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jab or poke with stick or fingersunggaksuŋ.gakSCE.jab or poke with stick or finger
jab s.o. with elbowssikuwan3si.kuanVjab someone with one’s elbows
jabs with elbow, s.o.magpanikusi.kuVs.o. jabs with elbowMagpaniku ya eped ku na migtankil nyingkud.My companion that sat next to me kept jabbing (me) with the elbow.
Jackfruit treelangka'laŋkaʔNjackfruit treeA small tree which bears a very large, green fruit. The fruit when still immature is cooked as a vegetable. The mature fruit sweet-smelling and is yellow with juice that is rubberlike sticky.Artocarpus heterophylla1.5.1Tree5.2.3.1.2Food from fruitBotbotany
jail, someone who is innyakalabusu 1Vsomeone who is in jail
jail/prison, be inmigkalabusu2kalabusuvb.statIf a person is migkalabusu he is being put into prison.
jailed/imprisoned another person, s.o.migkakalabusu2kalabusuVIf someone is migpakalabusu he has been imprisoned by someone or by someone in authority.
jambs of a doorway, verticallindeg1lindɜgNvertical jambs of a doorway6.5.2Parts of a buildingder.lindegen2
JanuaryEneroNJanuary
Japaneseapun1ʔa.ˈpunn.properIf a person or thing is Japanese they are Apun.
jar, large clay watersibulansibulanNlarge clay water jarSimsinampalan
jaw clamp, upperlamisa 2la.ˈmi.san.concretesecThe lamisa is the upper jaw of clamp of an agutan (abaca processing machine).Agragriculture
jawbone, one’s jawbone, one’sluyunglu.yuŋn.possda person’s jawbone2.1.6Bone, joint2.1.1Head
jealousdaway1dawaySCE.jealousder.kadawader.makadawayder.nyakadaway2kadawakadawavb.statjealous
jealous of another, s.o. isnyakadaway2dawayVs.o. is jealous of another
jealous, will becomemakadawayVwill become jealous
jerk and pull s.th., willbegtengenbɜgtɜŋVwill jerk and pull s.th.Begtengen mu ya eket.You will jerk and pull the rope.Such as an anchor at the bottom of the sea but also in other contexts; to pull on a rope.
jerk and pull upbegtengbɜgtɜŋSCE.jerk and pull upder.begtengen
jerked on, s.o.nyabeklasvb.stats.o. jerked on
jews harp, bambookubingkubiŋNbamboo jews harp4.2.3.5Musical instrument
joinmaka-akupVs.o. is able to join; be included insugpatsugpat 1sugpatsugpatSCE.join; assembleder.pig‑isugpatsugpat
join /unite with, s.o. privileged tonyakasambukVs.o. privileged to join /unite with
join in with others, s.o. willsumambukRLsyumambukVs.o. will join in with othersDili' da tumbay kanilan na sumambuk kuman dun ni Pista.They would no longer be allowed to join with others in eating there at the Fiesta.
join two pieces of clothsugkul1sugkulSCE.join two pieces of clothder.migsugkul2
joined (in marriage), legally and spirituallyegketenVlegally and spiritually joined (in marriage)
joined together two pieces of clothmigsugkul2sugkulVjoined together two pieces of clothKaliman ku migsugkul ya dagmay.I would like to +join +together the ends of the dagmay.
joins each piece together into one functioning unitpig‑isugpatsugpatVjoins each piece together into one functioning unit
joins in doing s.th. with others, s.o.magpasambukVs.o. joins in doing s.th. with others
joins in with, s.o.migsambuk 2Vs.o. associates; joins in with
jokeligidligid1ligidligidSCE.joke; make merry
joking-around, s.o. ismigligidligid2ligidligidVs.o. is joking-around
journeyspanaw1panawn.possdA person's panaw is his walking or travels.7.2.1.1Walk7.2.4Travelder.manaw2der.migpanawpanaw1der.panawanunspec. comp. formpanawpanaw2neg.ex.phrwala' panawneg.ex.phrwala' papanawa
joypagleyaVjoy
joy, be overcome withpagleya͡anVbe overcome with joy
joyfulleyalɜyaSCE.joyfulSimmaleba2der.migleyader.migpansileyader.pagleyader.pagleya͡an
judgemag-usayay3ʔu.sa͡iNjudge
judicial sentencingukumʔukumjudgeSCE.judicial sentencingder.ukumi
juggle s.th. in the airtamuktamuk1tamuktamukSCE.juggle s.th. in the airder.migtamuktamuk2
juggled s.th. in the air, s.o.migtamuktamuk2tamuktamukVs.o. juggled s.th. in the air
jump acrosslugpatlugpatSCE.jump across7.2.1.1.3Jumpder.lyumugpat
jump downkawaskawasjump downid.kyumawas ya linti'
jump on its hind feetugpatʔugpatSCE.jump on its hind feetSaid of a dog:
jump over repeatedlylugpatlugpatVjump over repeatedly
jump over s.th., willlugpatenVwill jump over s.th.
jump to the side (to avoid being struck by s.th. )saklidsaklidto take care; be watchful when travelingSCE.jump to the side (to avoid being struck by s t )7.2.1.1.3Jump
jump up and downdayepakdayɜpakVjump up and downMagdayepak aku kay magleya aku to-o.I'll jump up and down with excitement because I am so happy.
jumping around, s.o. ismag-ugpu'ʔug.puʔVIf a child mag-ugpu', they are habitually jumping around usually a short distance from the ground.7.2.1.1.3Jump
jumps over something, s.o. /s.th.lyumugpatVs.o. /s.th. jumps over something
junk to collect in a stream and cause it to dam up, fordaplakanVfor junk to collect in a stream and cause it to dam up1.3.1.3River
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