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knapsack (usually handwoven)kabilkabilNknapsack (usually handwoven)say.kabil sa tubig
kneading bread dough , Place or device forkuligmet 1kuligmɜtSCE.primPlace or device for kneading bread dough der.kuligmetanan
knee back, one’slaleknan 1lalɜknandial. var.daleknann.possdthe area behind a person’s knee joint2.1.3.2LegAnatanatomy
knee joint back, one’sdaleknan 1n.possdone’s knee joint back2.1.3.2LegAnatanatomy
knee joint of hind legsbukubuku 3bu.ku.bu.kun.possdthe knee joint of a 4-legged animal’s front legs2.1.3.2Leg
knee, one’sbukubuku 1bu.ku.bu.kun.possdA person’s knee joint2.1.3.2LegAnatanatomy
kneecap, one’sbulanbulanbulan.bulann.possdone's kneecap is the round bone that protects the knee joint2.1.6Bone, joint2.1.3.2LegAnatanatomy
kneedmasa1masaSCE.kneedder.masa-en2
kneed together, willmasa-en2masaVwill kneed together
kneeding board, akuligmetananNa kneeding board
kneelluhudSCE.kneel
kneel down on all fours (said of 4 legged animals), caused topigpaluku'Vcaused to kneel down on all fours (said of 4 legged animals)
kneel on one’s knees (to lift s.th. )paniklud1panikludVkneel on one’s knees (to lift s.th. )der.manikludder.nyaniklud
kneel on one's knees (to lift s.th. ), s.o. willmanikludmanikludVs.o. will kneel on one's knees (to lift s.th. )7.1.4Kneel
kneeled down (on both knees), s.o.lyumuhudVs.o. kneeled down (on both knees)
knelt on one’s knees (to lift s.th. ), s.o.nyanikludnyanikludVs.o. knelt on one’s knees (to lift s.th. )
knew about s.th by experiencekyataga͡anvb.cognknew about s.th by experience2.3Sense, perceive
knife blade, the blunt edge of asalig1saligdial. var.salidNthe blunt edge of a knife blade8.3.2.3Sharp
knife edge that is mounted on the ispada of an agutan (abaca processing machine).batikulaba.ti.ˈku.lan.concreteknife edge that is mounted on the ispada of an agutan (abaca processing machine).Agragriculture
knife handlepatawpatawNThe pataw is the wood knife handle.6.7.7Container
knife handle, metal tang oftingtingtiŋtiŋNA tingting is the metal tang of the a knife that fits into the wood handle.6.7.8Parts of tools8.6Parts of things6.7.7Container
knife, a common workbadungba.ˈduŋNa common work knife6.7.1Cutting tool
knife, a pocketbadi' 2ˈba.diʔNa pocket knife6.7.1Cutting tool
knife, a small utilitybadi' 1ˈba.diʔNA badi' is a small utility knife carried and used by Tagakaulu Kalagan women.6.7.1Cutting tool
knife, a woman’s small utilitydilatdi.latNa woman’s small utility knife
knife, blunt-tipped weedingsipulsipulNA sipul is a blunt-tipped weeding knife.6.2.8Agricultural tool
knife, double-edge fightinglipanglipaŋNA lipang is a Tagakaulo Kalagan fight knife or sword that has a double edge.
knife, flat-side ofpilpilNflat-side of knifeder.pilpilan
knife, kind ofbinakokobinakokoNkind of knifepinakdangpinakdaŋNk.o. knife
knife, long fieldludyuludyun.concretelong field knife6.2.8Agricultural toolarch
knife, long sword-likebaladawbaladawNA baladaw is a long sword-like knife needing two hands to wield it.
knife, long, wide-bladed, spatula-like fieldsalungsungsaluŋsuŋNA salungsung is a long, wide-bladed, spatula-like field knife with a blunt, square tip used primarily for weeding.6.2.8Agricultural tool
knife, long-bladed single-edgedtinadi'tinadiʔNA tinadi' is a long-bladed, single-edged utility knife used both in the field and around the house.6.7.7Container
knife, rattan cuttingnanawinanawiNA nanawi is a short length, wide-bladed curved knife used for cutting and scrapping rattan.
knife, rice harvestingka-ig 1ka.ʔigNA ka-ig is a rice harvesting knife used by Tagakaulo women. 6.7.1Cutting tool
knock overgapi'1gapiʔSCE.knock overder.gapi-en2der.nyagapi'2
knock over s.th., willgapi-en2gapiʔVwill knock over s.th.Gapi-en mu ya dingding kay migkalat da.The wall will get knocked over because it is broken.
knocked over s.th., s.o. or s.th. accidentlynyagapi'2gapiʔVs.o. or s.th. accidently knocked over s.th.Nyagapi' na samet ya dingding.The wind +happened to +knock +over the wall.
knotbuku1bukuNA buku is any kind of knot or joint like bump where a joint is made whether a knot in a rope, string, knot in wood, node of bamboo.id.buku na tullu'der.bukuwun3
knot an agreementbuku4bukuVsecknot an agreementThis is part of the bride price negotiations.
knot or kink in something ropelikebalintus 1ba.lin.tusNa knot or kink in something ropelike
knowede'1ʔɜdɜʔfr. var.ade'RLkya-ede-ander. ofede'1knowSCE.knowder.ka-ede-anander.ka-ede-i2der.ma‑ede'der.magpa-ede'2der.maka‑ede'der.nya‑ede'der.nyaka-ede'der.pa-ede-ander.pa-ede-ender.pagpa-ede'der.pigpa-ede-ander.pigpa-ede'neg.ex.phrwala' ka-ede-ineg.ex.phrwala' pa-ede-anneg.ex.phrwala' paka-ede'der.migpa-ede'ka-ede-anVknownyaka-ede'SCE.know2.3Sense, perceivewala' kilala͡aPhr.did not know / recognize s.o.
know abouttaligpunu'SCE.know aboutder.kyataligpunu-an
know about something, will be able toma‑ede'Vwill be able to know about something
know about, does notwala' ka-ede-iPhr.does not know about
know howkatadeng 2katadɜŋn.massskill; know how
know s.th.ka-ede-i2kaʔɜdɜʔivb.cognknow s.th.Wala' ku ka-ede-i ya ngalan nan.I have no idea what his name is.Form used with the negative existential.kya-ede-anvb.cognknow s.th.
know s.th., did notwala' pa-ede-anPhr.did not know s.th.
know, caused topigpa-ede'vb.cogncaused to know
know, not able towala' paka-ede'Phr.not able to know