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whiskerspenget 2pɜ.ŋɜtn.possdthe wiskers of cats, dogs, rats and any animal that has them1.6.2Parts of an animal
whisper as a mumblegumudgumudgumudgumudwhisper as a mumble
whisper silentlytumantumantumantumanSCE.whisper silently3.5.1Say
whistletaguy1taguySCE.whistle2.3.2.3Types of soundsder.panaguy2
whistle, one’spanaguy2taguyn.possdone’s whistle2.3.2.2Sound
whiteputi'putiʔvb.statwhite8.3.3.3Colorder.maputi'
white core of stalk-like plants, theubud2ʔubudN.bananas and abaca1.5.5.1abaka / sagingBotbotany
white, s.th. is perceived as beingmaputi'ma.pu.tiʔvb.stats.th. is perceived as being white
white-breasted.sea.eaglemanawulma.ˈna.wulNa white-breasted sea eagleIt has a black and white neck, is large in size and catches fish on the open sea.Haliaeetus leucogaster1.6.1.2BirdOrnornithology
white-breasted.swamphenunggasʔuŋ.gasNa white-breasted swamphenit has several calls depending on the time of day. One is a raspy, grindy sound. It makes its nest in low, weedy areas. It is also call a tinikling in Tagalog.Amaurornis phoenicurus Javanicus1.6.1.2BirdOrnornithology
white-collared.kingfishersalagsagsalagsagNa white-collared kingfisherIt is recognizable by its greenish blue body and wings, white collar and long beak.Halcyon chloris collaris1.6.1.2BirdOrnornithology
white-haired, bema-uban2ʔu.banvb.statIf an older person is ma-uban, their hair has turned white2.1.5Hair8.3.3.3.1White
white-throated.kingfishersalaksaksalaksakNA stork-billed kingfisher It is recognized by its chestnut colored head and neck, bright blue tail and wings, and long beak. Halcyon smyrnensis gularis1.6.1.2BirdOrnornithology
whittle awaykigid1kigidSCE.scrape away outer layer; whittle awayder.kigidan2der.kigidender.kigidi2der.magpakigidder.pigkigid2
whona4 1napron.rel.who9.2.3.3Relative pronounssingalansiŋalanfr. var.singanpron.interrogwho9.2.3.4Question wordscomp.pangkay singalansingansiŋanpron.interrogwho9.2.3.4Question wordscomp.pangkay singan
whoeverpangkay singalanProwhoeverMore formalSimkun singalan9.2.3.2Indefinite pronounspangkay singanProwhoeverLess formal9.2.3.2Indefinite pronouns
wholelingeb1liŋɜbSCE.whole; completeder.malingebder.nyalingeb2der.pakalingebsambatsambatVcomplete; wholeSynnyalingeb2der.magsambat
whole encirclement of both arms around s.th. or s.o., onesangkakepkepsaŋkakɜpkɜpadj.sizeone whole encirclement of both arms around s.th. or s.o.
whole hand, one’stullu'1ˈtul.luʔn.possdone’s whole handIts meaning some parts of the Tagakaulo area, but not all2.1.3.1ArmAnatanatomyunspec. comp. formkulipes na tullu'
whole ofabusʔabusvb.auxwhole ofid.abus dader.ka͡abuskadakula'kadakulaʔvb.statwhole of; all inclusive der.pakadakula-a
whomna4 4napron.rel.whom
whooping coughukaʔukaNUka is whooping cough that characterized by a wheezing breathing.2.5.1Sick2.5.2Disease
whose is thiskan yéiy 2kan yɜiypron.interrogwhose is this9.2.3.4Question words
Whose is this?kan yéiy 1kan yɜiypron.interrogIf someone asks kan yéiy pencil, they are holding or pointing to it and asking whose is this; who is the owner?9.2.3.5Demonstrative pronouns
whose? to whom?kan yan 1kan yanpron.interrogIf someone asks kan yan house, they are asking whose house is that?9.2.3.5Demonstrative pronouns
whyananga'ʔa.ˈna.ŋaʔinf. var.anaˈpron.interrogwhyThe word “ananga'” is always followed by “future” affix marker.9.2.3.4Question words
why did s.th. happened?nyanu2nyaan.uvb.statIf a person asks nyanu yan?, he is asking why something happened?9.2.3.4Question words
wickmitsaNwickThe wick of a kerosene lamp.
widelakbang1ˈlak.baŋSCE.wideder.kalakbang2der.malakbang2
wide, s.o. perceives s.th. asmalakbang2ˈlak.baŋvb.statIf something is said to be malakbang, it is wide.8.2.4Wide
widowbaluba.luNIf a person is said to be a balu he or she has lost their spouse through death and woman is a widow and the man is a widower.4.1.9.3Widow, widower
widowerbaluba.luNIf a person is said to be a balu he or she has lost their spouse through death and woman is a widow and the man is a widower.4.1.9.3Widow, widower
widthkalakbang2ˈlak.baŋvb.statIf a person asks what is the kalakbang of something, they are asking how wide it is or its width.
wifeasawa1ʔa.ˈsa.waNwifeThis word is used for wife in some areas of the Tagakaulo. The more common word in the mountains is kaubayan for wife.der.mag-asawa2
wife (cmd), find apanamung 3panamuŋaypanamuŋVfind a wife (cmd)
wife of married man, secondkalwa1kalwaNA man's wife that is other than his first one is called his kalwa.
wife, take a second or another companionmigkalwa2kalwaVIf a man is married and decides to magkalwa, he will take a second wife.
wife-stealing raid, participants in amigtatangalayVparticipants in a wife-stealing raid
wiggle and squirminang-inangʔinaŋ.ʔinaŋSCE.wiggle and squirmder.mig-inang-inang
wiggle aroundmig-inang-inangVwiggle around7.1PosturetabidtabidtabidtabidSCE.wiggle aroundUsually while sleeping.
wiggling one’s footmigpatali'Vwiggle one’s foot7.1Posture
wildalyawunVwill be wild in nature (said of a animal that becomes feral after being domesticated)gandagandaNwild onions; spring onionsLiliaceae allium cepa1.5.3.1garden food plantsBotbotanymalyawˈmaal.yauan animal that acts wild and does not like approaching peopleantmagnek11.6.4.1Animal movement
wild animalsmangkalyawNwild animals
wild pig with long hair, kind ofbalukag2balukagNA balukag is a kind of wild pig with long hair.1.6.1.1.3Hoofed animals
wild, not tamealyawˈʔal.yauvb.statIf an animal is malyaw it is not tame, it is wild.der.alyawunder.malyaw
willpabaya-an 1Vwill cause to let be; will leave alone
will bitemigpamanga'ˈba.ŋaʔVsomething will bite someoneSaid of a person or animal with teeth.
will bloommamulakmamulakVwill bloom; will flower1.5.6Growth of plantsBotbotany
will flowermamulakmamulakVwill bloom; will flower1.5.6Growth of plantsBotbotany
will humbly requestmanginayu'maŋinayuʔVwill beseech; will humbly request; beg3.5.1.5Ask