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cared for by s.o. else, offspringipatʔipatSCE.offspring cared for by s.o. elseSimdiyaga1der.nyaka-ipatder.pig-ipatan
carefulimanday 1ʔi.ˈman.daySCE.be careful; take carelama1lamaSCE.be careful; be wary; vigilantder.maglamader.miglama2
careful--cmd, beimanday 2ʔi.ˈman.dayVbe careful--cmdImanday kaw!You be careful!
careskakaypenganVworries; cares; anxieties
carrieddala͡enenNthings to be carried; bring
carried s.o. in one’s armsmigsagupu2sagupuVIf a person migsagupu another person, they are carrying that person in their arms in from of them.7.3.1Carry
carried s.o. on hip or in arms (small child)sinipit2sipitVIf someone sinipit a person such as a young child, they carrying the child on their hip at their side.
carried s.th.dyalaVcarried s.th.
carried something by its handle with their hand, s.o.migbitbitVs.o. carried something by its handle with their handMigbitbit aku sa kalnidu.I carried the cooking pot.
carried something on their shoulder (like a pole or board), s.o.migpisanVs.o. carried something on their shoulder (like a pole or board)
carried, s.o. or s.th. is beingmigdala 1Vs.o. or s.th. is being carriedMigdala ya samet sa lugay nan.The wind is carrying her hair.
carried, s.o. will cause s.th. to bemagpadalaVs.o. will cause s.th. to be carried
carries habitually something on their head, s.o.magsungVs.o. carries habitually something on their head
carries s.th. on one’s hip, s.o.migsagapangsagapaŋVIf a person is migsagapang a child, she is carrying the child on her hip.7.3.1Carry
carries s.th. on their back, s.o. habituallymagbabababaVs.o. habitually carries s.th. on their back
carries something across shoulder by a strap, s.o.magsalaymag.ˈsa.la͡iVs.o. carries something across shoulder by a strap
carrydala1dalaSCE.carry; bringder.dala͡enender.dyala͡ander.madala2der.magpadalader.migdalader.nyadalader.nyandalader.padala͡ander.pagdala2
carry a burdennyadalaVsomeone to bear a load; carry
carry bag, man’sbakutalba.ku.ˈtalNA bakutal is a man's carry bag used in times past for carrying mama' and was ornately decorated with glass beads and bells. Used in times past for carrying betel chew components, and was ornately decorated with glass beads and bells. It was slung across the shoulders and hung at the side.arch
carry by the currentanud1ˈʔa.nudSCE.carry by the currentder.manud2der.nyanud
carry food in leaves .r cloth drawn together with a tiebungga͡an2buŋgaVcarry food in leaves .r cloth drawn together with a tieBungga͡an da ku ya babulung na pig-atag mu kanak.I will carry in piece of a cloth drawn together with a tie the medicine you gave me.
carry food in leaves or cloth drawn together with a tiebungga1buŋgaSCE.carry food in leaves or cloth drawn together with a tieder.bungga͡an2
carry in one's handbitbit2bitbitSCE.carry in one's handder.migbitbit
carry on backbabababaSCE.carry on back7.3.1Carryder.baba͡en2der.magbaba
carry on hip or in arms (small child)sipit1sipitcarry on hip or in arms (small child)der.sinipit2der.sipiten
carry on one’s hip (usually a child)sagapangSCE.carry on one’s hip (usually a child)unspec. comp. formmigsagapangder.pigsagapang
carry on one’s shoulder a load, s.o. willmagpisanVs.o. will carry on one’s shoulder a loadUsually a pole, a board, or a load slung between two people.
carry over one’s shoulder (such as a pole)pisanSCE.carry over one’s shoulder (such as a pole)der.magpisander.migpisander.papisander.pigpapisander.pisanender.sampisan
carry s.o. in one’s armssagupu1sagupucarry in the armsSCE.Of peopleder.migsagupu2der.syagupu
carry s.th. /s.o. in sling over one’s shoulder, willsaluluwunVwill carry s.th. /s.o. in sling over one’s shoulderSaluluwun ku ya ise' ku.I will carry in a sling across shoulder my child.This often a young child that is carried in a tube skirt fastioned into a sling and drapped accross a mother’s or nannie’s shoulder to be carried around. The sling can be positioned for ease of breast-feeding.
carry s.th. by using a carry strap over one’s shoulder, willsalayenVwill carry s.th. by using a carry strap over one’s shoulderSalayen nan ya bakutal.He will carry the purse slung from his shoulder.
carry s.th. in a sling (suspended from neck and shoulder)salulu 2saluluVcarry s.th. in a sling (suspended from neck and shoulder)der.saluluwun
carry s.th. in one’s arms (such as a child), willsipitenVwill carry s.th. in one’s arms (such as a child)
carry s.th. on one’s headsungsuŋSCE.carry s.th. on one’s head7.3.1Carryder.magsung
carry s.th. on one’s shoulder, willpisanenVwill carry s.th. on one’s shoulder
carry s.th. on one’s shoulders (such as a pole or wood), willpapisanVwill carry s.th. on one’s shoulders (such as a pole or wood)
carry s.th. on their shoulder, cause someone topigpapisanVcause someone to carry s.th. on their shoulder
carry s.th. or s.o. on one’s backbaba͡en2ba.ˈba͡enVcarry s.th. or s.o. on one’s backBaba͡en ku ya batad.I will carry the corn on my back.7.3.1Carry
carry something in a basket using a tumpline across their forehead, s.o.migkakuluVs.o. carry something in a basket using a tumpline across their foreheadMigkakulu aku sa be‑en.
carry strapsalay1 1salaysalayNA salay is carry strap or handle such as on a kettle, strap of a gun, the strap of a basket or fish trap.7.3.1Carryder.magsalayder.pagpansalayender.salayen
carry under one's armssaligpitsa.lig.pitSCE.carry under one's armsSimligpit1
carryingpagdala2pagdalaRLdyalaNhandling; carrying
carrying, method ofsematsɜ.matNmethod of carrying
cartridge or shell of spent bulletkastolakastolaNcartridge or shell of spent bullet
carve (from wood)kulutSCE.carve (from wood)der.kulutan
carve s.th. from woodkulutancfbasbas1kulutanVwill carve s.th. from wood; a wood carvingSimmagbasbas2
case maker-ABS, pluralsan=1sancfnan=4san=1mkr.pers.caseABS:Pl 9.2.3.5Demonstrative pronouns
case marker, topicya1yamkr.topicTopicYa balay iyan i, yan ya balay na sitio lidir.That house over there, that is the house of the sitio leader.9.2.6Particlescomp.yeiy2
case marker-pluralkana=1kanamkr.pers.casepl.OBLThings belong to someone. Can refer to property, one’s atributes and character, or to people.
case, thelimanda 2limandaverb.noun.phr.the case...sadsadan pa nilan ya limanda kanan....they will still research the case against him.