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alusʔalusVstrip grain off stalk with hands with one wipeder.alusunwill strip off grain from the stalkpig-alusstripped grain or seeds from a stalk with one pull of one’s handpig-aplusremoved a knife or something from a sheath
alusunder. ofalusVwill strip off grain from the stalk
aluyluyʔaluyluySCE.rolling motionSaid of waves on a large body of water.der.mig-aluyluytoss chaotically around
alyawˈʔal.yauvb.statIf an animal is malyaw it is not tame, it is wild.der.alyawunwill be wild in nature (said of a animal that becomes feral after being domesticated)malyawan animal that acts wild and does not like approaching people
alyawunder. ofalyawVwill be wild in nature (said of a animal that becomes feral after being domesticated)
amaˈʔa.man.possdfather
amagʔamagNtarsierTarsius philippensis1.6.1.1.1Primate1.6.1.1MammalZoolzoology
amakˈʔa.makNAmak is a slimely moss found on rocks near water or on the ground during raining season.1.5.4Moss, fungus, algae
amamaliʔamamaliNA tree whose wood is used for firewood1.5.1TreeBotbotany
amamasa'ʔa.ma.ma.saʔN1dragonfly1.6.1.7InsectZoolzoology2a damselfly1.6.1.7InsectZoolzoology
aman2ˈʔa.manVblind from birth2.3.1See2.5.4.1Blind2.1.1.1Eye
aman1ˈʔa.manSCE.blind2.3.1See2.5.4.1Blind2.1.1.1Eyeder.pig-amanIf a person is pig-aman he is blind.id.aman na mile'night-blindnessaman na utawto go blind
aman na mile'ʔaman na milɜʔid. ofaman1n.phr.night-blindness2.3.1See2.1.1.1Eye
aman na utawid. ofaman1v.phrto go blind2.3.1See2.5.4.1Blind2.1.1.1Eye
amanenVblind from birthder.nya-amanensomeone is born blind (perhaps without eyes)
amasʔamasNKind of banana.1.5.3.6bananas
ambabaludʔambabaludNKind of tree.1.5.1Tree
ambabilanʔambabilanNkind of tree1.5.1TreeBotbotany
ambakʔambakNfrog (generic)Devpakbulbutun1bikulise' na ambakid. ofise'ambakambak1.6.1.4AmphibianZoolzoologyid.ise' na ambakeggs of a frog
ambaw1ʔam.baoNrat (generic)Speckatubung1.6.1.1.4RodentZoolzoologyder.ka-ambawan2be rat infested
ambes1ˈʔam.bɜsSCE.cut through in one strokeSimpila1der.ambesen2If a man ambesen he will cut through with a sword his enemy with one side blow.
ambesen2ˈʔam.bɜsder. ofambes1VIf a man ambesen he will cut through with a sword his enemy with one side blow.Simtibasen
ambung1ˈʔam.buŋNthe afternoon of a day8.4.1.2.3Time of the dayder.iyambungIf people preparing their pangiyambung, they are preparing their afternoon or evening meal.mambung2If someone is traveling and the time is getting close to evening and they cannot reach their destination before dark, they will mambung at a relative or friend’s house, that is, stay overnight, and then continue their trip the next morning.pagpangiyambungevening mealpangiyambungafternoon or evening mealid.ambung daIf it is ambung da the time is late afternoon, around sunset.
ambung daʔambuŋ daid. ofambung1adv.timeIf it is ambung da the time is late afternoon, around sunset.8.4.1.2.3Time of the day
ambungunNa game children playA game where someone sneeks up behind another and tries to buckle the knees of the other and cause them to fall down.