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eachkadakadaAdveach
each and everysambuksambuksambuksambukadj.numreach and every
each onesang-saŋadj.cnt.each one
ear infection, k.o.ukukʔuk.ukNUkuk is a kind of ear infection which produces a smelly, cloudly drainage of pus.2.1.1.2Ear2.5.2Disease
ear.of.maize.corn, small,.underdeveloped.tayungtungtayuŋtuŋNsmall, underdeveloped ear of maize corn1.5.6Growth of plantsBotbotany
early evening; 7 pmngabi lagabi laadv.timeearly evening, after 7 pm
ears, animal’stalinga1 2ta.ˈli.ŋan.possdthe ears of an animal that have them2.1.1.2Ear1.6.2Parts of an animal
ears, one’s.talinga1 1ta.ˈli.ŋan.possda person’s ears2.1.1.2EarAnatanatomy
ears, s.t.used.to.clean.mangatulayNany instrument used to remove the earwax in one’s ears2.1.1.2EarAnatanatomy
earthlupa'2lu.paʔNearth1.3.1.5Island, shore1.2Worldid.dalem na lupa'
earth wormwattiˈwat.tiNan earth worm1.6.1.9Small animalsZoolzoology
earth, splitting opennyabetak ya lupa'nyabɜtak ya lupaʔv.phrthe ground split open1.2.1.7Earthquake
earth, under the surface of thedalem na lupa'dalɜm na lupaʔadj.Phr.under the surface of the earth1.2.1.5Underground
earthquakelinuglinugNA linug is an earthquake.1.2.1.7Earthquake
earthworm, kind of large redalalagu'ʔalalaguʔNA alalagu' is a kind of large red earthworm.This worm makes a low to medium buzzing sound from its hole usually when it is about to rain.1.6.1.7Insect
earwaxatulayʔatulaiNThe yellow greasy material called earwax that accumulates in one's earsCerumen2.1.1.2EarAnatanatomyder.mangatulay
easily angeredsumpuk1sumpukSCE.short-tempered; easily angeredder.sumpukun2sumpukun2sumpukVshort-tempered; easily angered
easily believe anythingmagka‑agad‑agadVbe led on; be gulible
eastsilatansilatanadv.dir.If some place is said to be in the silatan, it is located to the east from where one is standing.8.5.2.8North, south, east, west
easyulas2ʔulasvb.statIf something is molas it is easy to do.4.4.2Troubleder.molas1
easy, seemmolas1ʔulasvb.stateasy
eatkan1 1kaanRLkyan3SCE.eatder.kakander.kakanenender.kanender.kumander.magkan3der.makander.pagkanenkan2 2kaander. ofkan2 2eatVeatunspec. comp. formkana2der.kānander.pakander.kumakanay
eat (medical reasons), notpasmu 2pasmuSCE.not eat (medical reasons)
Eat [command]kana2kanaVEat [command]
eat by pecking away at s.thmanubugtubugVIf a bird manubug, it is eating something by pecking away at it.5.2.2Eat
eat by pecking seedspanubugRLpyanubugVeat by pecking seedsunspec. comp. formpyanubug
eat -cmd, s.o. willkuman 1RLkyuman3Vs.o. will eat -cmdKuman kita!Let us-two eat!
eat from the same dishsalu1saluSCE.eat from the same dishder.migsalu2der.pasaluder.syumalu
eat more than shareanegʔa.nɜgSCE.eat more than share5.2.2.4Manner of eatingder.maneg2
eat together out of same dish , peoplemigsalu2saluVpeople eat together out of same dish 5.2.2Eat7.5.1Gather
eat, cause topyakancause to eat
eat, s.o. willkuman 2RLkyuman3Vs.o. will eatKuman kitadun sa galnita.We-all will eat crackers /cookies.
eat, take more food than necessary tokambutul 1.1take more food than necessary to eatTay da sa gyallatan yan kuman. Gayed kaw magkambutul pangkay awun pa kakan adti baka' mu dasekan pa.Woh now what's the hurry to eat. You are always +taking +more +food even though there is still rice in your mouth you are still packing in.
eat-cmdkan1 2kaanRLkyan3Veat-cmdKan kaw![You] Eat!der.kakander.kakanenender.kanender.kumander.magkan3der.makander.pagkanen
eaten by maggotspigsengetsɜ.ŋɜtVeaten by maggotsPigsenget ya lawas na utaw awun. Madugay wala' nilan lebengan.The body of that person there is being eaten by maggots. Long time they have not yet buried it.1.6.4.2Animal eating
eatingkyan3kaanvb.act.eating
eating while drinking alcoholic beveragessemsemen2sɜmsɜmVeating while drinking alcoholic beverages
eating, s.o. iskyuman3kaanV s.o. is eating5.2.2Eat
eating, deliberatemagkan3kaanVdeliberate eating
eave troughsalugsugsalugsugNA salugsug is a water trough usually made of a half of bamboo stick for directing water or an eave trough of a house.6.6.7Working with water
eavesdroplisipsip1lisipsipRLkyalisipsipan2vb.stateavesdrop
echotulangeb ya tingegPhr.echoundagSCE.echo2.3.2.3Types of soundsder.ma-undag
echoing, bema-undagvb.statbe echoing2.3.2.3Types of sounds
edel” log drum, stick used on “bangkayNstick used on “edel” log drum
edge of a knife like cutting device, sharpbaka'3ˈba.kaʔNsharp edge of a knife like cutting deviceThe sharp edge of a knife blade, a arrowhead, spearhead or any kind of knife like device used for cutting is called the baka'. The opposite side, the dull edge is the salig.
edge of s.th.ligad1ligadNThe ligad of the sea is the edge where the water meets the shore.7.3.6.3Limit6.5.4.2Boundaryder.ligada2
eelkasilika.ˈsi.liNa salt-water eel These are eels that have migrated into freshwater streams to spawn and some have adapted there. They can grow to be very large and are considered a delicacy to eat.1.6.1.5FishZoolzoology
eel, very.mature.talinganta.li.ŋaanNvery mature eelan eel that has grown to the point it has large “ears” or talinga.1.6.1.5FishZoolzoology
eel-like fish, kind ofbunugbunugNkind of eel-like fish1.6.1.5Fish
effortkabagsegkabagsɜgvb.stateffort