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went againstsyumungsung 1suŋsuŋVwent againstSaid of moving against the normal flow of the wind, current of water where there is constant pressure
went against a strong currentpiglanglangVwent against a strong currentSaid of someone who is walking through water that rapidly moving.
went around /by passed, s.o.nyaliwesVs.o. went around /by passed
went directly somewhere for lodgingbyantuk1bantukVwent directly somewhere for lodging
went first, s.o. or s.th.nyuna2ʔunaVs.o. or s.th. went first
went into shockpig-alipetengan2ʔalipɜtɜŋVIf a person has pig-alipetengan, they have gone into shock.
went out, s.o. or s.th.lyumuwa'2lyu.mu.waʔVs.o. or s.th. went out
went over the other side, s.o.nyabaluy1Vs.o. went over the other side
went to some place on purposepigkadtuwan 2Vwent to some place on purpose
went to, s.o.nyadtunyaad.tuVs.o. went to+Nyadtu kagabi ya ise' ni alug.The child +went +to the river yesterday.
went towards (a certain direction), s.o. or s.th.syuminanVs.o. or s.th. went towards (a certain direction)
westsallep 1sal.lɜpSCE.westder.sumallepneg.ex.phrwala' sallepsallepansallɜpanadv.dir.The sun sets adti sallepan, that is, it sets in the west.
wetbasa'1̀ba.ˈsaʔvb.statwetder.mabasa'der.magtimbasa'der.nyabasa'3
wet, bemabasa' 1ma.ba.ˈsaʔvb.statbe wet1.3.3Wet
wet, becamemigkabasa'4̀mig.ka.ba.ˈsaʔvb.statbecame wet9.1.1.2Become, change state1.3.3Wet
wet, feelmabasa' 2ma.ba.ˈsaʔvb.statfeel wet2.3.5Sense of touch1.3.3Wet
wet, s.o. isnyabasa'3̀nʸa.ba.ˈsaʔvb.stats.o. is wetThat was not wet normally.
wetnesskabasa'̀ka.ba.ˈsaʔvb.statwetness1.3.3Wet
we-twota2 1tawe-two9.2.3Pronouns
whatunu1ʔunupron.interrogwhatsay.dili' maka-unucomp.pangkay unuder.pig-unuder.pig-unu2contr.sangunuder.ununwalanwalanpron.interrogwhat9.2.3.4Question wordscontr.wanwanwanpron.interrogwhat9.2.3.4Question words
what became of?kyanuwan2kyaa.nuanvb.statwhat became of?Kyanuwan ya bekten mu?What ever became of your arm?Used in the context of a recent event such as someone getting sick and going to the hospital, or someone falling from a coconut plant and breaking a leg. When asking about someone in general, “manu?” is used instead.9.2.3.4Question words
what do you call itkwanProwhat do you call it
What happened?nyanu yan?v.phrWhat happened?
what is said to call a catku, ku, ku, kuPhr.what is said to call a cat
what is the state of?manumanupron.interrogwhat is the state of?
what?sangunusaŋunupron.interroghow?; what?9.2.3.4Question words
whateverpangkay unupaŋ.kai ʔu.nuProwhatever9.2.3.2Indefinite pronouns
wheelligidligidNwheelder.migligidligid2
whenaw 4ʔauconj.subord.when9.2.5.2Clause conjunctions9.2.5.1Phrase conjunctions
when (future)kinunukinunucfkanukinunupron.interrogwhen (future)comp.pangkay kinunu
when did it happen?kanukaa.nucfkanukinunupron.interrogwhen did it happen?9.2.3.4Question words
when everila' aw 2ʔilaʔ awconj.illust.when ever
wheneverpangkay kinunuProwhenever
whereayin1ʔa͡inpron.interrogwhere?9.2.3.4Question wordsid.ayin tamancomp.pangkay ayinsay.taga ayin
where from (are you)taga ayinPhr.where from (are you)
where or in which direction is s.th.ayin apitPhr.where or in which direction is s.th.9.2.3.4Question words
whereverpangkay ayinProwhereverSimkun ayin9.2.3.2Indefinite pronouns
whetherpangkay1 2paŋkayconj.subord.whethercomp.pangkay ayincomp.pangkay kinunucomp.pangkay singalancomp.pangkay singancomp.pangkay unu
whichayin2ʔa͡inpron.interrogwhich9.2.3.4Question wordsid.ayin apitna4 3napron.rel.which
whiledalem2dalɜmadv.timewhileid.dalem yangadidengandɜŋanadv.timewhile (simultaneous events); meanwhileid.dili' magdengander.kadengander.magdengan2der.migdengander.pagdenganenna4 5napron.rel.whilesa2saconj.simult-eventwhilesagwasagwaconjwhileSimtalanatalanatalanaconjwhileSimsagwa9.2.5.2Clause conjunctions
while here nowdalem yangadidalɜm yaŋadiconjwhile here nowWala' ya talabahu dalem yangadi.There was no work while (we) were here now.
while not yetsa wala' pasa walaʔ paconjwhile not yet; beforeSimkulawsa dili' pasilang1
whimperngesngesŋɜs.ŋɜsNthe whimpering sound of a dog when it wants something1.6.4.3Animal soundsder.migngesnges
whimper (usually a child), s.o. tomigngesnges 1Vs.o. to whimper (usually a child)
whinegingesgiŋɜsSCE.whine
whine, high-pitcheddagingda.ˈgiŋSCE.high-pitched whineSound made by small flying insects such as mosquitos, and gnats.2.3.2.3Types of sounds
whip or spank (for a long time)pipit 2pipitVwhip or spank (for a long time)4.7.7Punish
whip, cane or reed used as aulisiʔulisiNcane or reed used as a whip
whirlpool, aalimbalenganNa whirlpoolSimalimpulus 1
whirlwindkulipes 2kulipɜsn.possdthe swirling action of wind which produces a whirlwind ora dust devil