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rabiesabeg 1ʔa.ˈbɜgn.possdIf a person or animal is abeg they have rabies.2.5.1Sick2.5.2DiseaseMedimedicine
rabies, afflicted withabeg 2.1VprimFor some animal or person to be afflicted with abeg (rabies).Kay To, dili' kaw magpanug kay madég ya +abeg na idu' adun. Sunny, don't you go down because there are many dogs +afflicted with +rabies now.Medimedicine
rabies, inflicted withabeg 2ʔa.ˈbɜgVpriminflicted with rabies
racing contest, have amag-abay2Vhave a racing contest
radioladyoNradio
raftatad1ˈʔa.tadNA atad is a raft, usually made of bamboo tied together.der.mag-atad2
raging angersyulu'Vraging anger
raidermag-agawaymag.ʔagawayNIf somebody is a mag-agaway they raid, conquer, seize, or kidnap other people or their possessions by force.4.8.3.1Defeat
raindakula' na ulandakulaʔ na ulann.phr.heavy rain; downpour1.1.3.3RainulanʔulanRLpya-ulananNrain1.1.3.2Cloud1.1.3.3Rainder.nyulander.pa-ulananneg.ex.phrwala' ulani
rain heavilydyumusu' 2Vrain heavily; hard
rain on s.o., did notwala' ulaniPhr.did not rain on s.o.
rain, cloud burst ofkya-uwangan ya labunkya.ʔuwaŋan ya labunv.phrcloud burst of rain1.1.3.5Storm
rain, drizzlingpanaliktikpanaliktikNdrizzling rain1.1.3.3Rain
rain, heavy downpour ofmasleg2ˈʔas.lɜgvb.statheavy downpour of rainKyumeleg ya dakula' masleg dyumusu'.
rain, intermittentdusu-dusu'du.suʔ.du.suʔNintermittent rain1.1.3.3Rain
rain, lightbalasbalasbalasbalasNlight rainBalasbalas is a stronger rain than panaliktik.1.1.3.3Rain
rain, sound made by approaching downpoursagana1 2saganaNsound made by approaching downpour of rain1.1.3.3Rainder.magsagana2
rain, sound of a hardsagawaksagawakNsound of a hard rain1.1.3.3Rain2.3.2.3Types of sounds
rain, sunshowerssegasegasɜgasɜgaNsun showersA weather condition that occurs in a partly cloudy sky and the clouds are rainbearing.1.1.3.2Cloud1.1.3Weather1.1.3.3Rain
rainbowbalangawanba.la.ŋa.waanNa rainbow1.1.3Weather1.1.3.3RainMetmeteorology
rainclouds, darklugaytemlugaytɜmNdark raincloudsSynlabeneng1.1.3.2Cloud1.1.3.3RainMetmeteorologyder.miglugaytem
rainclouds, to lift and part letting the sun shine throughnyulaw1nyulawvb.meteorlifting and parting of rainclouds so the sun shine s.th.roughNyulaw da ya ulan.The rain clouds have lifted, and parted.1.1.3.2Cloud1.1.3.3Rain
rained on, caused to bepya-ulananpya.ʔulananVcaused to be rained on1.1.3.3Rain
rainingnyulannyulanvb.meteorraining1.1.3.3Rain
rains, seasonalsimagsimagNseasonal rains1.1.3Weather1.1.3.3Rain
raise eyebrows yespaningkelatVraise eyebrows yes2.1.1.1Eye
raise hair/feathersmagpamulbul2pamulbulVraise hair/feathersAs a sign of fear such as a cat raising its hair, or a chicken causing its feathers to stand.1.6.4Animal actions
raise hand uppudal1pudalSCE.raise hand up
raise s.o. from dead, willmatawunVwill raise s.o. from dead
raise something upbatunun2batunVIf a wall of an old Tagakaulo-Kalagan house is raised up for the night or the steps to a house, the owner will batunun it.Batunun ku ya agdan kun gabi.I will raise the steps if it is night time.
raise upbatunbatunSCE.raise upUsually with ropesder.batunun2engatʔɜ.ŋatSCE.raise s.th. upder.ka‑engatder.ma-engatder.nya‑engatder.pagka‑engatder.pig-engatmataw 2 2maatawvb.statraise up2.6Lifeder.migmatawder.pigmatawder.pigmatawansuguk2SCE.raise upder.pigsuguk
raise up a knife or weapon with the intent to kill, totakyaw1ˈtak.yawSCE.to raise up a knife or weapon with the intent to kill
raise up abovesuguk1SCE.raise up above
raise up one's knife or weapon with the intent to kill.takyawan2ˈtak.yawVraise up one's knife or weapon with the intent to kill.
raise up s.o., willbangunun2Vwill raise up s.o.
raised floor of a housegibalayangibalayanNThe gibalayan is the raised floor of a Tagakaulo house where the bedrooms are located.The raised floor of a Tagakaulo house where the bedrooms are located.6.5.2Parts of a building6.5.2.3Floor6.5.1Building
raised from deathmigmatawVraised from death
raised one’s hand in the airmigpudal2pudalVIf a person migpudal, he is raising his hand overhead in the air.
raised platformantalantalʔantalantalNaltar; raised platform
raised uppagka‑engatVsomeone has become lifted up
rakekadas1kadasSCE.rake
ram s.th. into ground (pointed end)sangkalsaŋkalSCE.ram s.th. into ground (pointed end)Simsangkak
ran back and forth doing many thingsmiglipadlipad2lipadlipadVran back and forth doing many things
ran, s.o. /s.th.dyumalaganVs.o. /s.th. ran
rang like a bellnyabagting3ˈbag.tiŋVrang like a bell2.3.2.3Types of sounds
ransom paymentbaliwat1baliwatNransom payment; the price to redeem s.th.Simsagwal 3der.baliwatan3der.magbaliwat3der.pagbaliwatander.pigbaliwatan
ransom payment is made, the one to who thepagbaliwatanVthe one to who the ransom payment is made
ransom was paid, thing or person for who abaliwatan3 1baliwatRLbyaliwatanNthing or person for who a ransom was paid
rap with one’s knucklespigbugVrap with one’s knuckles2.3.2.3Types of sounds
rapeleges1 2lɜgɜsSCE.Rapeder.legesader.legesender.malegesder.nyalegesder.pigleges2der.pigleges2