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WMP Philippines [agn]
abay

for people to sit or walk side by side; for boats to travel side by side; bridesmaid

供人們並排坐或走;供船隻並排航行;伴娘abay [PPH]

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aboloy

food or money donated or given to a family who has just lost their house or lost a loved one

捐給剛失去房子或親人的家庭的食物或金錢abúluy [PPH]

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adey ~ arey

interjection of pain or distress

痛苦或苦惱的感歎aráy [PPH]

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ag-kabag-an

for someone to have gas pains, bloating

有人胃痛,脹氣kábag [PPH]

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ag-ka-pilay-en

for one’s leg, foot, arm to be asleep, feel numb or paralyzed

使腿、腳、臂睡著,感到麻木或麻痹piNay [PAN]

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ag-laŋsi-an

to be bothered by fishy smells

被魚腥味困擾laŋ(e)si [PMP]

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ag-mata-mata-en

to see something or visualize something in your mind, such as the face of a dead person

看到或想像在你腦海中的某物,如死人的臉mata-en [PPH]maCa

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ag-pa-ŋan-en

to be eaten

被吃掉pa-ŋaen [PWMP]kaen

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alas

ace, as in playing cards

王牌,如撲克牌借詞

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alawid

far, a great distance

很遠很遠alawid [PWMP]

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alipolot

small whirlwind, dust devil

小旋風,塵魔qali-puRut [PPH]

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amat-amat

little by little (of continuous effort)

一點一點地(持續的努力)amat [PWMP]

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antabay-en

to assist, support someone in walking somewhere by holding their arm; to lead someone by the hand or arm

antábay [PPH]

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apen

large monofilament line usually used for catching large fish (said to be ‘archaic’)

通常用來釣大魚的大型單絲釣線(據說是“古代的”)hapen [PMP]

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apros-on

to rub a person’s back; to brush dirt, sand, etc. off the surface of something; to remove grain heads of rice by rubbing or sliding the fingers down the stalk

ap(e)rus [PPH]

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arado

plow

借詞

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araŋ

something that is in the way, or purposely placed somewhere as a barrier in order to prevent people, animals, or a flow of water from entering

qadaŋ [PWMP]

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atado

one kilogram bundle, or string of meat for retail sale

一公斤一捆或一串供零售的肉借詞

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atol

a large permanent fish trap made of rocks in the shape of a spade on a playing card; these #atol fish traps are very large, and can easily be seen from an airplane

atuR [PAN]

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atoli

ground rice, cooked like porridge (sometimes it is used as a substitute for baby’s milk)

磨碎的米飯,煮得像粥(有時用來代替嬰兒的牛奶)借詞

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aʔket

belt

hag(e)kes [PPH]

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ba

flood

洪水bahaq₂ [PMP]baSaq

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bagay

a thing, an object; things to do; things in general

一件事,一個物體;要做的事;一般的事情bágay [PPH]

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bakaŋ

bowlegged; for one’s walk or stance to be slightly bowlegged

打保齡球;使某人的走路或姿勢稍微打保齡球bakaŋ₁ [PAN]

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baklá

a male with feminine tendencies; effeminate; homosexual (said to be borrowed from Tagalog)

有女性傾向的男性;娘娘腔的;同志的(據說是從塔加洛借來的)借詞

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bakoko

a small land turtle

小海龜baququ [PPH]

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bal

loincloth

腰帶bahaR [PMP]

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balagen

vines that grow as weeds in a field or forest

在田野或森林中長為雜草的藤蔓植物balaRen [PWMP]

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balat

sea cucumber (generic); these are found in the tidal flats, are cylindrical in shape and express a white, sticky substance when squeezed; some are edible

balát [PPH]

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banaba

kind of large tree; the leaves or bark are boiled and then the water is drunk when one has a kidney problem or urinary tract infection

banabá [PPH]

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baŋbaŋ

to destroy something by making holes in it (as a wall destroyed by a dog making holes in it because he wanted to come into the kitchen)

baŋbaŋ₄ [PWMP]

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baŋil-an

to wedge something under something to make it level or prevent it from wiggling

在某物下麵楔入某物使其水準或防止其擺動baŋil [PPH]

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baŋkoro

the “noni” fruit. It turns black when ripe. Some people boil it and then use the water for medicinal purposes.

baŋkudu [PWMP]

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baŋló

fragrant smell of something; nice, good smell

某物的香味;好的,好聞的baŋ(e)lúh [PPH]

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basiŋ-an

to reach out and grab someone’s calf

伸出手抓住某人的小腿batiŋ [PPH]baq(e)tiŋ

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batal

a kind of round grain which can be mixed with rice (it is good for making bibingka cakes, and is also fed to chickens)

baCaR [PAN]

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bataŋ

driftwood

浮木bataŋ [PMP]bataŋ₁

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batiŋtiŋ

a musical triangle or wind chimes

三角或風鈴batiŋtiŋ [PPH]

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baw

breakfast, morning snack

早餐,早餐baSaw [PAN]

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bawal

prohibited; forbidden; taboo to do

禁止的;禁止的;忌諱的借詞

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bawaŋ-an

a place where the water runs downhill

水流下山的地方bawaŋ₂ [PPH]

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bawik-en

to help someone stand up after falling over; to return something to an upright position;

幫助某人跌倒後站起來;使某物恢復直立;bawiq-en [PPH]báwiq

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baya

to intentionally leave, desert or abandon someone or something, such as a husband leaving his family

拋棄,拋棄有意離開、拋棄或拋棄某人或某事,如丈夫離開他的家庭bayáq [PPH]

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baybáy

seashore; beach

海濱baybáy [PPH]

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bayoŋ

basket for shopping or carrying things in, made of woven bori leaves or abaca, or colorful plastic

購物或攜帶物品的籃子,由編織的鮑裏葉或阿巴卡或彩色塑膠製成借詞

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baʔbak

to split something by tearing or peeling it apart; to forcefully split or rip something apart, usually with a downward tearing action

bakbak₁ [PMP]

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beltay

oar; paddle

beRsay [PMP]

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belt-en

to get revenge on someone; to avenge; to retaliate; to “get even” with someone

報復某人;報復;報復;報復某人bales₁ [PAN]

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beteŋ-en

to pull something, or pull on something; to yank or jerk suddenly on a line

猛拉某物或拉動某物;猛拉或猛拉繩子beteŋ₃ [PPH]beteŋ₂

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beteŋ-en ta tali

tug-of-war game

拔河比賽beteŋ₃ [PPH]beteŋ₂

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bigla

sudden; immediately; instantly

突然的;立即的;立即的big(e)láq [PPH]

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bilaŋ

as if

猶如bilaŋ₂ [PPH]

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bilas

husband of one’s sister-in-law; wife of one’s brother-in-law

嫂子的丈夫;姐夫的妻子bilas [PPH]

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bodbod

powdery substance such as laundry soap, sugar

粉狀物質,如洗衣皂、糖budbud₂ [PPH]

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bogbog-on

to beat someone up; to hit someone forcefully, non-stop

打某人;不停地用力打某人bugbug-en [PPH]bugbug

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bogtoŋ

only offspring of a human or animal

只有人類或動物的後代buR(e)túŋ [PPH]

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b〈om〉awaŋ

for water or rain to rush downhill, overflow a canal or bank; for water to flood a yard

使水或雨沖下山,漫過運河或堤岸;使水漫過院子bawaŋ₂ [PPH]

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bonol

k.o. small fish with yellow, white, and black stripes around the body (they live around large rocks in the reef)

búnuR [PPH]

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boŋboŋ

dynamite; explosives

炸藥buŋbuŋ₂ [PPH]

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bosal

a muzzle for a dog; a halter for a horse or cow, including the bit

狗的嘴;馬或牛的韁繩借詞

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botonis

button

按鈕借詞

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boyboy-on

to scold or belittle someone after giving them help, money, etc.

斥責在給予某人幫助、金錢等後責罵或貶低某人。buybúy [PPH]

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boʔbok

small insects that eat wood or bamboo; woodborer; small weevils that bore into dried beans

吃木頭或竹子的小昆蟲;蛀蟲;鑽入幹豆的小象鼻蟲bukbuk₃ [PMP]

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boʔli

lie, falsehood; a fib

謊言,謊言;謊言buqeli [PWMP]

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butandiŋ

whale shark

鯨鯊butandiŋ [PPH]

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dada

grandmother or great-grandmother (this is an old term of reference)

祖母或曾祖母(這是一個老術語)dada₂ [PPH]

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da-dala-ŋ-dala-ŋ

teenager: more often used about girls

青少年:更多用於女孩da-daRa [PWMP]daRa₂

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dalami

straw, dried rice stalk

稻草、幹稻草zaRami [PMP]

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dalan

road, street; fig., the way, methodology, standards one follows in one’s work, life, beliefs; the way by which something is achieved, accomplished

zalan [PMP]

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dala-ŋ

puberty, male and female

青春期,男女daRa₂ [PMP]

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dalawdaw-en

to talk loudly, usually using rude language

大聲說話通常用粗魯的語言大聲說話偶然性

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d〈al〉ayaw-en

praiseworthy

值得稱讚dáyaw [PPH]

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dalik

sudden; unplanned

突然的;計畫外的dalíq [PPH]

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dalik-en

to startle someone by not giving prior notice about something

不事先通知某人某事而使某人吃驚dalíq [PPH]

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dalit

venom

毒液dalit₃ [PPH]

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dama

a game similar to checkers

類似跳棋的遊戲借詞

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damal

day; morning

白天;早晨damaR₂ [PPH]

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daŋaw

a measurement, the breadth of one hand span

一只手的寬度daŋaw [PPH]

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daon

leaf of a plant or tree

植物或樹的葉子dahun [PMP]

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dapak

a type of yellowish-brown, wide-bodied fish, caught with hook and line

黃魚一種黃褐色的寬體魚,用魚鉤和魚線捕獲dapak [PPH]

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dapat

should do something; should be a certain way; supposed to do

應該做某事;應該以某種管道;應該做dapat₄ [PPH]

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dapit

to accompany a procession to, from church for a funeral, wedding, baptism, etc.

陪同隊伍從教堂到教堂參加葬禮、婚禮、洗禮等。dapit [PWMP]

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dapo

a person or animal that is hanging around a place that is not theirs

遊蕩在不屬於他們的地方的人或動物dapu [PPH]

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dapog

leaves burned in slash and burn farming

刀耕火種的葉子dapuR₁ [PMP]

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dapog-an

to burn dried leaves

燒幹樹葉dapuR-an [PWMP]dapuR₁

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dawa

millet, a small grain used for porridge, or chicken feed

小米,用作粥或雞飼料的小穀物zawa₂ [PAN]

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dawa

small, round grain, such as millet, sesame seeds or poppy seeds (some types can be made into porridge, others can be fed to birds)

zawa₂ [PAN]

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dayo

people who are living at a place but are not from there, or are not permanent residents

住在一個地方但不是那裏的人,或者不是永久居民的人dáyu [PPH]

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daʔtal

floor

地板daq(e)taR [PPH]

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depa

a unit of measure the distance of outstretched arms

量測伸出手臂的距離的組織depah [PAN]

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depa-en

to measure with outstretched arms

伸出雙臂量測depa-en [PWMP]depah

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didal

thimble

頂針借詞

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dilak

tongue

舌頭dilaq₁ [PMP]

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dilis

a type of small, long-jawed anchovy fish used to make fish paste when soused in brine

鹹魚一種小的、長下巴的魚,在鹽水中醃制時用來製作魚醬dilis [PPH]

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dodoy

term of reference or address for a little boy

小男孩的職權範圍或地址duduy [PPH]

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doldol

thunder

打雷duldúl₂ [PPH]

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doli

bone

duRi [PMP]

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doloŋ

bow, front of a boat

船頭,船頭duluŋ [PWMP]

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doma

other, other people

其他人,其他人duma [PAN]

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d〈om〉apat

for something to lie flat, smooth, without sticking up all over; for something to settle down flat

使某物平放、光滑、不翹起來;使某物平放dapat₃ [PPH]

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d〈om〉apo

to alight on or swarm on, gather around something; be attracted or drawn to something like a magnet

落在某物上或聚集在某物周圍;被磁鐵吸引或吸引dapu [PPH]

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d〈om〉eʔdet

to press up against another person’s back or side in a crowded place; to squeeze one’s way through a crowd

detdet [PAN]

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do-roa

two

da-duha [PMP]duSa

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doyan

hammock; swinging cradle for a baby (can be made from a basket, blanket, net, etc.)

吊床;嬰兒搖籃(可由籃子、毯子、網等製成)dúyan [PPH]

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doyoŋ

whale

鯨魚duyuŋ₂ [PMP]

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ebeb

to scrunch one’s body over; to curl one’s body up in a ball; for a chicken to sit in her nest with her wings curled over her body

qebqeb [PPH]

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elaŋ

a room divider; walls between rooms; separated by something

房間的分隔物;房間之間的牆;用某物隔開qelaŋ [PMP]

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enat-en

to remove, take something off the stove

把東西從爐子上拿下來enat-en [PPH]enat

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galaŋ

respect

尊重gálaŋ [PPH]

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galaŋ-en

to show respect to someone or something

尊敬某人或某事galaŋ-en [PPH]gálaŋ

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galoŋgoŋ

hard-tail mackerel; this is a small fish, steel gray in color, without scales

硬尾鯖魚;這是一種小魚,呈鋼灰色,沒有鱗借詞

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gamit

things; possessions; tools; equipment; utensils, etc.

物品;財產;工具;設備;用具等。Rámit [PPH]

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gamit

things; possessions; tools; equipment; utensils, etc.

物品;財產;工具;設備;用具等。gámit [PPH]

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gaŋa

mouth open

張嘴gaŋa [PPH]

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gapas

a small sickle, used for harvesting rice or cutting cogon grass

鐮刀一種小鐮刀,用於收割水稻或割齒根草gápas [PPH]

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gasgas

a bad scrape, scratch or abrasion on the skin or on an object

擦傷皮膚或物體上的嚴重擦傷、擦傷或擦傷gasgas [PMP]

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gatoŋ

firewood

木柴gatuŋ [PPH]

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geret-en

to cut something with a knife or scissors

用刀剪gereC [PAN]

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golay

vegetables (this can also include dried native beans and edible leaves)

蔬菜(這也可以包括幹豆和食用葉)gulay [PWMP]

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golay-an

to add vegetables, beans, or edible leaves to a meat or fish dish

把蔬菜、豆類或可食用的葉子加到肉或魚的盤子裏gulay-an [PPH]gulay

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golpi

suddenly; immediately; instantly

突然的;立即的;立即的借詞

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gosok

rib

肋骨Rusuk [PAN]

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goyod

a kind of long-grain white rice that smells good when cooked

一種長粒白米飯,煮熟後聞起來很香guyud₂ [PPH]

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goyod-an

to drag something; to tow something

拖某物;拖某物gúyud-an [PPH]guyud₃

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i-babaw

to weed, to cut or pull out weeds

除草,除草babaw₄ [PMP]

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i-bilaŋ

to count or consider in a certain way

以某種管道計算或考慮bilaŋ₂ [PPH]

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ibos

a snack made of steamed sticky rice and wrapped in coconut plam leaves or banana leaves (often served at wakes, birthdays, weddings, or just as a snack)

ibus₂ [PPH]

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ibos

a snack made of steamed sticky rice and wrapped in coconut palm leaves or banana leaves

包在椰子葉或香蕉葉裏的蒸糯米點心借詞

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i-boʔbok

to pour or dump something out; to anoint with oil by pouring the oil on the person’s head

把某物倒出來;用油塗在人的頭上i-bukbuk [PPH]bukbuk₄

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i-dagta

to be carried away, drift away with the current; to wash up on shore

隨波逐流dág(e)saq [PPH]

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i-daldal

to talk nonstop about something; to gab about something

喋喋不休地談論某事;喋喋不休地談論某事daldál [PPH]

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i-geret

to cut something with a knife or scissors; to accidentally be cut, or cut something; to slice something up; to slice into small pieces; to make a cut on something

geret [PMP]

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i-lambed

to tie or wrap a rope around something, scuh as a tree trunk

把繩子綁在某物上,像樹幹一樣la(m)béj [PPH]

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ilap

to fillet fish or meat

魚肉irap [PPH]

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ilap-en

to fillet fish or meat

魚肉hilap₃ [PPH]hilap

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ilap-en

to fillet fish or meat

魚肉iráp-en [PPH]irap

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ilep-em

to sip something, such as soup

啜飲某物,如湯ilep [PPH]

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ilot

to massage muscles, joints; to set a fracture

按摩肌肉、關節;使骨折hílut [PPH]

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impas

consumed; all used up; all gone; completely finished

耗盡的;全部用完的;全部消失的;完全完成的impas [PPH]

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-in-

marker of past tense, undergoer or instrument focus

過去時、地下或樂器焦點標記〈in〉 [PAN]-in-

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ipa-laŋan

to intentionally skip or miss something, be absent; to habitually do something every other time or every other day

laŋan [PPH]

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ipa-tako

to make known

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i-pa-tandig

to lean one thing against another (as a ladder against a house)

把一件東西靠在另一件上(如梯子靠在房子上)sandiR [PMP]

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ipa-tepeŋ

to elevate oneself to the same position or status as another; to make, consider oneself equal to another

tepeŋ₂ [PPH]

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iraw

a type of medium-sized black snake which is not poisonous (they are very common, and often live in houses)

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i-sabit

to hang something up on a nail; to attach something to something; to pin something on something, as a ribbon or leaf on a shirt; to be involved in something, be a part of

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i-salin

to transfer, move something, as a cake from one plate to another

轉移,移動某物,如蛋糕從一個盤子移到另一個盤子salin [PWMP]

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i-saysay

to explain; narration

解釋;敘述sáysay [PPH]

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i-tabed-tabed

to wrap a rope around something; to tie something up

把繩子纏在某物上;把某物綁起來tambej [PWMP]

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itak

inner/upper thigh, groin area

大腿內側/上部,腹股溝區hitaq [PPH]

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i-talok

to hide or put something away; to conceal something; to keep or save something for future use; to store something away

taRuq [PMP]

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i-tambel

to patch a hole in clothing or fabric, using a patch or scrap of material

修補衣服或織物上的洞,用補片或廢料tambel [PWMP]

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i-taʔpaw

to put, place something on top of something else

把東西放在其他東西上面i-taq(e)paw [PPH]taq(e)paw

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i-teltel

to dip food in a sauce, liquid, or salt when eating

吃東西時把食物浸在沙司、液體或鹽中teltel [PPH]

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i-teret

to squash something by pinching between one’s thumbnails, for example small insects, hair lice, a pimple, dandruff, etc.

tedes [PWMP]

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ka

indeed

的確qa [PPH]

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ka

indeed

的確qa [PPH]

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kabal

the thin, cellophane-like membrane that sometimes covers a newborn infant when it is born

一種薄的玻璃紙狀薄膜,有時在嬰兒出生時覆蓋在嬰兒身上kabal₁ [PAN]

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kaban

a wooden box or trunk used like a bag or suitcase (these boxes were used in the past and are rarely used today)

kaban₂ [PWMP]

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kaban

a measurement for rice, holds approximately one “pasong” or 25 “ganta” of rice, which is equivalent to 62.5 kilos

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kaka

older sister

姐姐kaka₂ [PMP]

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kaladi

taro root crop; this is a plant, not a vine, and the tuber can grow quite large; they are found in low-lying areas where the water stocks up

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kalat

a basket made of rattan in a U-shape, used in trapping small fish

用藤條做成的U形籃子,用來捕小魚qalat [PWMP]

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kalat-en

for something to rust, become rusty

有些東西生銹了,生銹了karat₁ [PWMP]

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kalibon

kind of shrub with large pointed leaves which can be used for medicinal purposes; the leaves can be boiled and then the water drunk to relieve a cough or intestinal problems

qalibun [PPH]

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kalima

hand

qa-lima [PAN]lima

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kalima

hand

qalima [PAN]

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ka-lipay

joy, happiness

快樂,幸福lípay [PPH]

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kalit-an

to change place or activity

改變地點或活動qalis-an [PPH]qalís

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kalo

a large wooden pestle used to pound rice, or to grind or mash something in a large wooden mortar

碾米杵一種大的木制杵,用來搗米或在大的木制臼中碾碎或搗碎某物qahelu [PMP]qaSelu

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kamandag

small black fuzzy worms, like caterpillars, which live on leaves (they eat the leaves of rice plants, causing much damage)

kamandag [PPH]

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kandila

candle

蠟燭借詞

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kanonaŋ

kind of large tree that produces green fruit; inside its green fruit there is a sticky substance which can be made into glue

qaNuNaŋ [PAN]

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kanot

soot from a flame, or from the exhaust of a vehicle or engine

來自火焰、車輛或發動機排氣的煙塵qanuqus [PWMP]

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kapid

twin

成雙的qapij [PMP]

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kapit

clothespins

衣夾qapit [PMP]qapiC

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kapit-en

put a clothespin on something

把衣夾放在某物上qapit [PMP]qapiC

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kapoy-on

to be overcome, as by sleep or tiredness; become out of breath when doing something

克服,如因睡眠或疲倦而克服;做某事時氣喘籲籲kápuy [PPH]

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karaykay

a rake with a metal claw-like end (not the same as the homemade bamboo rakes used in slash-and-burn farming)

k〈ar〉aykáy [PPH]kaykáy

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kasil

the long outrigger of a boat

船的長支腿katiR [PMP]

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ka-soay

enemy

敵人suay [PPH]

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ka-talon-an

forest, woods, jungle

森林,森林,叢林ka-talun-an [PPH]CaluN

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kato

smoke

qasu₃ [PMP]

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katod-an

for two people to pound rice together in the same mortar

兩個人用同一個臼把米搗成一團qasúd [PPH]

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katombal

various kinds of peppers

各種辣椒借詞

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kaway

wave the hand back and forth

來回揮手kaway₁ [PMP]

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kepa

the fine chaff left after milling rice grain (it is usually fed to pigs)

碾米後留下的細穀殼(通常喂豬)qepah [PWMP]

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keta

rice bran

米糠qeta [PMP]qeCah

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ketel

strength; vigor

力量keseR [PAN]

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kiaw

myna bird

八哥鳥kiaw [PAN]

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kilaw-an

to squint because of looking at something very brightor glaring

因為看一些非常明亮或耀眼的東西而眯著眼kilaw₂ [PWMP]

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kilaw-on

to fillet or thinly slice raw fish or meat and then mix it with vinegar, onions, and spices (it is eaten raw or just partially cooked)

kilaw₁ [PPH]

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kilpit

clothespin

衣夾qiR(e)pit [PPH]

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kilpit-en

to hand clothes on a line with clothespins

用衣夾把衣服放在繩子上qiR(e)pit [PPH]

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kimon-an

to feel or act jealous

嫉妒感到或表現出嫉妒qímun [PPH]

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kiro

dog

qiduq [PPH]

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kiro

dog (dogs are kept mostly as guard dogs, although people do get attached to them as pets; men are fond of eating dog meat along with alcoholic drinks)

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kiw

shark

鯊魚qiSu [PAN]

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koam

thrush infection in the mouth or throat

口鼻或咽喉部的鵝口瘡感染guham [PMP]guSam

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kodal

fence

柵欄借詞

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koko

fingernail, toenail

指甲,腳趾甲kukuh [PMP]kuSkuS₁

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kolintat

necklace

項鍊kulintas [PPH]

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kolintat-en

to wear a necklace

戴項鍊kulintas [PPH]

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kolod

worms that live in the earth, on leaves, etc.; maggots or larvae that infest food or decaying flesh

生活在地球上、葉子上的蠕蟲;寄生在食物或腐爛的肉上的蛆或幼蟲qulej [PMP]

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k〈om〉abot

to arrive at, or reach, a destination

到達或到達目的地qábut [PPH]

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k〈om〉alit

to interrupt one’s work to take a few minutes to do another job

打斷某人的工作花幾分鐘做另一項工作qalís [PPH]

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kombo

a native rice cake also known by the Tagalog term #bibingka

一種當地的米糕,也被稱為“bibingka”借詞

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k〈om〉opas

to fade, as of colors, clothing; for flowers to lose their brilliance; for jewelry to become tarnished, or have the gold worn off

kúpas [PPH]

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kopas

faded

已褪色的kúpas [PPH]

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koran

rain

quzan [PMP]quzaN

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korit

a line made with a pencil, ballpoint pen, or a sharp object

用鉛筆、原子筆或銳器畫的線kurit [PPH]

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korok-on

to call a chicken

叫小雞kuruk [PWMP]

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kotol

sexual feelings or urges; orgasm

性高潮qutuR [PPH]

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k〈um〉elet

to shrink, as wood or bamboo

收縮收縮,如木頭或竹子keles [PPH]

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labaw

for someone or something to be greater, higher, more important than everything else

對某人或某事來說比其他任何事情都更偉大、更高、更重要labaw₂ [PPH]

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labi

night

Rabiqi [PMP]

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lagadi

handsaw

手鋸借詞

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lagay

bribe

賄賂借詞

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la-lanay da

to be totally exhausted, without any more strength; to feel weak and limp

筋疲力盡,沒有力氣;感到虛弱無力lanay₂ [PPH]

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laloŋ

young cockerel with no comb yet

還沒有梳子的小公雞laluŋ [PMP]

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lamaŋ

only; just; only just now; just as soon as

lámaŋ [PPH]

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lambanog

sugarcane wine

甘蔗酒lambanug [PPH]

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lambat

a traditonal large fishing net made of hemp rope and used in deep water

深海用麻繩製成的傳統大漁網Rambat [PWMP]

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lambed

to tie or wrap a rope around something, such as a tree trunk

把繩子系在某物上,如樹幹上la(m)béj [PPH]

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lambid-en

for two things, such as trees or pieces of wood, to be crossed over each other; to cross one’s arms on top of each other; to cross one’s legs/ankles

lambid [PPH]

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lamboŋ

clothes, or an article of clothing; garment

衣服,或一件衣服;衣服lambuŋ [PPH]

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lamot

root, as of a plant; a magic love charm, directed at a person by another in order to cause him/her to be attracted to her/him

Ramut₁ [PMP]

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lamot

a magic love charm directed at a person by another in order to cause him/her to be attracted to him/her

Ramut₂ [PPH]

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lamot-on

to put a love charm on somebody

給某人戴上愛情的符咒Ramut₁ [PMP]

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lampak

to intentionally throw or slam something down forcefully, or smash it against something; to beat or club a person or animal forcefully with a stick or piece of bamboo

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lampaso-an

to mop a floor

拖地借詞

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lampin

cloth diapers

布尿布lampin [PWMP]

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laŋen

stones for supporting a pot (usually three stones are used); hearth, native stove made of a firebox filled with sand, and stones or a metal rack for setting the cooking pot on

laŋen₁ [PMP]laŋen

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laŋen-en

to use something to support a cooking pot

用某物支撐鍋laŋen₁ [PMP]laŋen

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laon

old rice or cashew nuts, which have been stored for 1 to 2 years; old maid, spinster; old bachelor

儲藏1-2年的舊米或腰果;老處女、老處女;老單身漢laun [PWMP]

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lapida

something made of marble or polished stone and engraved with a name, usually a gravestone or a name marker on a person’s office desk

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lapik

to intentionally snap or break something in half, or break something off

把某物故意撕成兩半,或把某物撕成兩半Rapiq [PWMP]

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lapot

for a person or animal to pass through a space, opening; for something to pass or drain through to the other side of something

lápus [PPH]

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lapot-on

to bind or tie up a person by the arms and/or feet, or an animal by the feet, usually with a rope

用胳膊和/或腳把人或動物綁起來,通常用繩子Rapus-en [PWMP]Rapus

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lason

poison

毒藥借詞

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latok

type of edible seaweed which looks like small clusters of green grapes (it is dipped in vinegar and eaten raw)

latuq [PMP]

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laway

saliva; spittle

唾液láway [PPH]

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lawit

a single long piece of bamboo

一根長長的竹子ráwis [PPH]

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lebat

completely undressed, naked

全裸lebas [PWMP]

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lebek-en

to pound rice with a traditonal, large wooden mortar and pestle

用傳統的大木臼和杵搗米飯lebék [PPH]

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lemek

tender, soft, as of meat, beans that are boiled; soft, as of a mattress, rotten fish, etc.; loose, as of a cough

lemeq [PWMP]

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lemek

tender, soft, as of meat, beans that are boiled; soft, as of a mattress, rotten fish, etc.

嫩的,軟的,如煮過的肉、豆子;軟的,如床墊、爛魚等。ma-lemek [PWMP]lemeq

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lemet-en

to intentionally drown a person or an animal

故意淹死某人或動物lemes-en [PWMP]lemes

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lenlen-en

to push something aside, or scrunch it up, in order to make room for something else

把某物推到一邊,或把它揉成一團,以便騰出空間給別的東西lenlen [PPH]

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letek

the sound of something clanging, pinging, or hitting against a metal object; a popping sound, as when lice eggs are squashed; a clicking or snapping sound; the hollow sound of wood or a skull being tapped; crunchy sound of candy, etc. being eaten

letek [PWMP]

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liabi

key

鑰匙借詞

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liabi-an

to unlock something with a key

用鑰匙打開某物借詞

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líbat

cross-eyed; a lazy, wandering eye

斜眼;懶惰的、遊蕩的眼睛libat [PPH]

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libeg

be worried, upset, troubled; to be confused

憂慮、不安、煩惱;困惑libeg [PPH]

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liha

sandpaper

砂紙借詞

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liked

footprints

腳印liqed [PPH]

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likel

neck

脖子liqeR [PAN]

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liket

louse egg; nit

蝨子蛋liqes [PWMP]

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liko

to turn a certain direction; to turn away; to be crooked

轉向某一方向;轉向;彎曲liku₂ [PWMP]

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liko

crooked, bent; curved

彎曲的,彎曲的;彎曲的likuq [PMP]

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liko-on

to intentionally bend something, like a wire

故意彎曲某物,如金屬絲likuq [PMP]

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limat-an

to bail out water

放水limas-an [PWMP]limas

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limat-en

to bail out water; water inside a boat

放水;船內的水limas-en [PWMP]limas

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limos

alms; money or goods given as charity to people

施捨;作為慈善給人們的錢或物品借詞

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l〈in〉ason

to be poisoned

中毒借詞

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linawa

breath; air in the lungs

呼吸;肺裏的空氣linawa [PPH]

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líno

linen cloth; flax (from which linen is made)

亞麻布借詞

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l〈in〉ogaw

rice porridge

米粥l〈in〉ugaw [PPH]lúgaw

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lípeŋ

to feel faint, breathless; to faint, lose consciousness

暈倒,氣喘吁吁;暈倒,失去知覺lipeŋ [PPH]

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líra

lyre

豎琴借詞

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liʔbel

sediment, particles or dirt in water

水中的沉澱物、顆粒或污垢liq(e)beR [PPH]

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lobak

bumps in a road

在路上顛簸借詞

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lobak-lobak

uneven area of road with many bumps and potholes; rough road

凹凸不平的路面,有許多凹凸不平的地方;崎嶇不平的道路借詞

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lobid-lobid

a native pastry like donuts, twisted into the shape of a figure eight

一種像甜甜圈一樣的本地糕點,扭曲成8字形lúbid [PPH]

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lobid-lobid-en

to twist into a figure eight

扭成8字形lubid-en [PPH]lúbid

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lod

to kneel down, to kneel down in front of someone

跪下,在某人面前跪下luhúd [PPH]

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logaw-on

to make rice porridge

做米粥lugaw-en [PPH]lúgaw

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lok

tears

眼淚luheq [PMP]luSeq

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lok

tears

眼淚luheq [PMP]luSeq

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lok

tears

眼淚luheq [PMP]luSeq

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lok-an

to produce tears; to tear, water (of the eyes)

流淚;流淚(指眼睛)luheq-an [PPH]luSeq

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lokob

a curved chisel for making holes in wood or bamboo

在木頭或竹子上打洞的彎曲的鑿子借詞

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lola

grandmother

祖母借詞

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lolo

grandfather

祖父借詞

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lolod

shin; bones in the front of the lower leg

小腿前部的骨頭luluj [PAN]

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lolon

to roll up a mat

卷起墊子lulun [PMP]luluN

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lolon-on

to roll up a mat

卷起墊子lulun-en [PWMP]luluN

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lo-lotaw-lotaw

for something to float, bob around on the surface, without going forward

為了讓一些東西漂浮在水面上,不向前移動lutaw [PWMP]

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loma

things which are old, have been around a long time, or are worn out

舊的,已經存在很長時間的,或者已經磨損的東西lúmaq [PPH]

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l〈om〉apaw

for water to rise, come up and overflow a boundary, flowing into structures or submerging bridges

為了讓水上升,上升並溢出邊界,流入建築物或淹沒橋樑la(m)paw [PWMP]

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l〈om〉apot

for a person or animal to pass through a space, opening; for something to pass or drain through to the other side of something

l〈um〉ápus [PPH]lápus

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l〈om〉apot

for a person or animal to pass through a space, opening; for something to pass or drain through to the other side of something

la(m)pus₂ [PWMP]

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l〈om〉awig

for something, someone to become taller; to an item to increase, go up in price; for one’s blood pressure to go up

lawig [PPH]

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lomay

a magic love charm directed by a person at another in order to cause him or her to be attracted to them

lumay [PPH]

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lomay-en

to put a love charm on someone

給某人施上愛情的魅力lumay-en [PPH]lumay

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lomboy

the Java plum, a type of dark purple berry that grows in clusters on a tree; they are round or oblong and are the size of a medium to large olive, with a single seed; when eaten, they leave a fleeting, numb feeling in the mouth

luŋ(e)búy [PPH]

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l〈om〉igid

to roll, as of a stone, coconut, etc.

卷起,如石頭、椰子等。ligid [PWMP]

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l〈om〉iŋgaŋ

for a boat to rock back-and-forth, from side to side; to intentionally rock something back-and-forth

使船左右搖晃;故意使某物前後搖晃liŋgaŋ [PWMP]

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lomo

meat without tendons, the part called the ‘loin’ in English

無筋肉,英文稱為“腰肉”lumu₂ [PMP]

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l〈om〉od

to kneel

跪下l〈um〉uhúd [PPH]luhúd

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lomon

to live with someone in their house for free, without payment

免費和別人住在一起lumun [PPH]

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lomot

moss

苔蘚lumut [PMP]

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lomot-on

for something to be covered with moss

為了一些被苔蘚覆蓋的東西lumut-en [PWMP]lumut

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lona

tarp; tarpaulin; awning on house

防水布借詞

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londay

small boat without outriggers (at one time these were made from one long piece of hollowed-out wood, much like a canoe)

lunday [PPH]

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lono

a person in a vegetative-type state

植物人處於植物人狀態的人lunu₂ [PPH]

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lopiŋpiŋ

for the crown of a chicken to be flopping over; for an animal to have ears that are long and floppy; for the brim of a hat to be floppy, not stiff

lupíŋ [PPH]

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lotaw

for something to float on the surface of water; the waterline of a boat; the part of the hull which is above the waterline

lutaw [PWMP]

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lotoŋ

a large wooden mortar used in pounding rice, or grinding or mashing something with a large wooden pestle

lusuŋ [PMP]Nusuŋ

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ma-baŋlo

fragrant, nice smelling; to smell good

香的,好聞的ma-baŋ(e)luh [PPH]baŋ(e)lúh

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ma-baw

cooled down, cooled off

冷卻,冷卻baSaw [PAN]

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ma-belak

for something to accidentally become cracked or split; for the earth to crack open during an earthquake

belaq [PAN]

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ma-boat taŋ dilak

talkative (derogatory; lit. ‘long tongue’)

健談的(貶義的;明亮的。“長舌頭”dilaq₁ [PMP]

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ma-dagdag

for an object to fall off from where it is attached; for fruit to fall off a tree; to fall out of a bag or container

dagdag [PPH]

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ma-daldal

talkative

健談的daldál [PPH]

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ma-dalit

venomous, poisonous

有毒的dalit₃ [PPH]

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ma-dalosdos

to accidentally slide down from somewhere

不小心從某處滑下來darusdús [PPH]

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ma-deket

to be crowded or squeezed together

擠在一起ma-deket [PPH]dekeC

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ma-doli

choke on a bone or have one stuck in one’s throat

被骨頭噎住或卡在喉嚨裏ma-duRi [PWMP]duRi

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ma-elet

tight; tightly; firm

緊的;緊的;結實的heRet [PMP]SeReC

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mag-aboso

to create a disturbance, often using insulting language or cursing

製造騷亂,經常使用侮辱性的語言或咒罵借詞

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mag-agag

to sift flour, sand, etc.

篩麵粉、沙子等。agag [PWMP]

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mag-alsa

to raise, lift something up; to carry something by lifting it up; to elevate something

舉起,舉起某物;舉起某物;舉起某物借詞

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mag-amoma

to entertain visitors, care for their needs; to host visitors, show hospitality to them

招待來訪者,照顧他們的需要;接待來訪者,招待他們amuma [PPH]

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mag-anad

to get used to doing something; to train, accustom yourself to do something; to train a dog, small child, etc. to do something

anad [PPH]

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mag-aŋkat

for a person to ride a bike or drive a motorcycle together with another person riding on the back; to let another person ride behind you

aŋkás [PPH]

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mag-arado

to plow

借詞

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mag-arnis-an

to box or sword fight, usually in play

打拳擊或劍戰,通常在比賽中借詞

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ma-gasgas-an

for something to become scraped or scratched up

把某物刮掉或刮掉gasgas [PMP]

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mag-ayos

to fix or repair something; to arrange things; to get something ready, in order; to solve a problem, fix things up between people

áyus [PPH]

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mag-aʔket

to wear a belt; to tie, fasten something around the waist

系上腰帶;系上領帶hag(e)kes [PPH]

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mag-bakaŋ

to become bowlegged

打保齡球bakaŋ₁ [PAN]

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mag-batiŋtiŋ

for something to make a tinkling sound

有什麼東西發出叮噹的聲音batiŋtiŋ [PPH]

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mag-bawas

to reduce, lessen, decrease the amount of something; to subtract from, deduct from

減少,減少,減少某物的數量;減去bawas [PPH]

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mag-bawik

to help someone stand up after falling over; to return something to an upright position; for a group of people, organization, or country to recover after a disaster or political collapse

báwiq [PPH]

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mag-belak

to crack or split something open with a blade or knife

用刀子或刀子把某物劈開belaq [PAN]

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mag-belet

to repay, return a favor or help; to reciprocate

報答;回報bales₁ [PAN]

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mag-beltay

to row or paddle a boat or raft

划船划船或木筏beRsay [PMP]

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mag-boal

for a tree or large post to be uprooted or pulled out of the ground by strong winds

使樹或大柱子被強風連根拔起或從地上拔出buál [PPH]

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mag-botonis

to sew buttons onto clothing

把紐扣縫在衣服上借詞

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mag-boʔbok

to pour or dump something out; to anoint with oil by pouring the oil on the person’s head

把某物倒出來;用油塗在人的頭上bukbuk₄ [PPH]

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mag-boʔli

to lie about something; to lie to someone

對某事撒謊;對某人撒謊buqeli [PWMP]

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mag-daliŋ

to moan in pain

痛苦地呻吟daRiŋ [PAN]

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mag-damal

for an event or activity to continue all night long, until daybreak

為了一個事件或活動持續一整夜,直到天亮damaR₂ [PPH]

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mag-dapog

to burn dried leaves

燒幹樹葉dapuR₁ [PMP]

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mag-dáwat

to reach, hand something to someone; to reach out and take something that is being handed

伸手去拿東西給某人;伸手去拿正在拿的東西dáwat [PPH]

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mag-daya

to cheat in a game; to cheat a person

在遊戲中作弊;欺騙某人借詞

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mag-dayaw

to praise or think highly of a person; to praise or glorify God

讚美或讚美某人;讚美或榮耀上帝dáyaw [PPH]

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mag-dayo

to go and stay in a place temporarily for a purpose, usually to trade or to fish

為了某種目的而暫時呆在一個地方,通常是為了交易或捕魚dáyu [PPH]

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mag-daʔtal

to make a floor

鋪地板daq(e)taR [PPH]

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mag-deŋan

to go together somewhere; to do something together at the very same time; familiar spirit (a familiar spirit is one which acts as a companion or a servant to a person)

deŋan [PMP]

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mag-depa

to measure with outstretched arms

伸出雙臂量測maR-depa [PPH]depah

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mag-dilam-dilam

to stick one’s tongue out at someone and wiggle it

向某人伸出舌頭並扭動dilam [PPH]

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mag-doda

to doubt something or someone; to be doubtful of a person’s actions; to suspect

懷疑某物或某人;懷疑某人的行為;懷疑借詞

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mag-dokot

to be resentful, or hold a grudge against someone; to refuse to speak to someone

怨恨,怨恨某人;拒絕與某人說話dukut₁ [PWMP]

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mag-dolok

to clean up a field after it has been burned (any remaining brush which wasn’t burned is now burned, and the large rocks are put to the side to form the boundary of the field

duluk [PPH]

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mag-doloŋ

to be positioned on the bow of a boat

放在船頭duluŋ [PWMP]

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mag-galo

to mix, stir something such as cement

攪拌,攪拌如水泥之類的東西galu [PMP]

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mag-gamit

to use something

使用某物Rámit [PPH]

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mag-gamit

to use something

使用某物gámit [PPH]

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mag-gapas

to cut, harvest with the use of a sickle

用鐮刀收割gápas [PPH]

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mag-gisa

to sauté food in a small amount of oil

用少量油炒食物借詞

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mag-goyod

to drag something; to tow something

拖某物;拖某物guyud₃ [PWMP]

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mag-idal

to complain, fuss about the amount of one’s work or chores as compared to someone else’s; to push off the work onto someone else

idal [PPH]

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magin-iwik

to oink or squeal, as of a pig or a large fruit bat

叫聲或尖叫,如豬或大果蝠的叫聲íwik [PPH]

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mag-ipes

to quiet down, stop laughing, talking or crying; to keep quiet about a secret

安靜下來,停止大笑、談話或哭泣;對秘密保持沉默hipes [PPH]

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mag-isip

to think, to give thought to something; to consider something

思考,考慮某事;考慮某事ísip [PPH]

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mag-kaliaw

to yell, shout loudly, as of a drunk person or people fighting; to scream

大聲喊叫大聲喊叫,如醉漢或打架的人;尖叫qaliaw [PPH]

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mag-kalog-kalog

to shake something

搖晃某物kalug [PPH]

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mag-kanot

for a kerosene torch, firewood, etc. to produce soot and get things sooty

煤油火炬、木柴等產生煤煙並使東西變黑qanuqus [PWMP]

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mag-kiʔkib

to eat or gnaw on something large while holding with the hands; to tear something apart with the teeth

kibkíb [PPH]

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mag-kodal

to build a fence, to enclose something with a fence

築起籬笆,用籬笆把某物圍起來借詞

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mag-kopit

to pilfer; to steal small amounts of money

偷竊;偷少量的錢kúpit [PPH]

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mag-koskos

to rub, scour something, such as a pot or floor

擦洗,擦洗某物,如鍋或地板kuskus₂ [PWMP]

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mag-koykoy

for an animal to dig in the ground with their claws; for a person to dig in the dirt with their hands; to dig away the dirt or sand covering or surrounding an object

kuykúy₂ [PPH]

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mag-labra

to shave, make straight and smooth a piece of wood with a bolo or knife

刮鬍子,用原子筆或小刀把一塊木頭刮得筆直光滑借詞

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mag-lagadi

to saw something with a handsaw

用手鋸看到某物借詞

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mag-lagay

to bribe someone

賄賂某人借詞

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mag-lamboŋ

to wear clothes; to get dressed; to change clothes

穿衣服;穿衣服;換衣服lambuŋ [PPH]

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mag-lampaso

to mop a floor

拖地借詞

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mag-lampin

to put diapers on a baby, have a child wear diapers

給孩子穿尿布,讓孩子穿尿布lampin [PWMP]

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mag-lapo

to steam or scald food in hot water; to parboil food

用熱水蒸或燙食物lapu₁ [PPH]

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mag-lapot

to bind or tie up a person by the arms and/or feet, or an animal by the feet, usually with a rope

用胳膊和/或腳把人或動物綁起來,通常用繩子Rapus [PMP]

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mag-lara

to start weaving the bottom of a basket, using strips of #bori or pandanus leaves, or to start weaving the edge of a sleeping mat

laja [PWMP]

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mag-lason

to poison a person or animal

毒害某人或動物借詞

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mag-latag

to spread something out flat on the ground, as tree branches or leaves to burn in a field, gravel before laying cement, or clothes to dry in the sun

latag [PPH]

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mag-latay

to walk on a gangplank or makeshift bridge; something placed across a canal or muddy area in order to walk to the other side

latay [PPH]

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mag-layas

to run away, run off; to flee, escape;to take off, leave, or abandon someone

逃跑,逃跑;逃跑,逃跑;逃跑,離開或拋棄某人layas₁ [PPH]

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mag-laʔlak

to drink deeply; to guzzle (as a dog drinking)

深飲;狂飲rakrak [PPH]

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mag-lebat

to take off, remove an article of clothing or shoes

脫掉衣服或鞋子lebas [PWMP]

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mag-liat

for something to become dislocated; to slip out of one’s grasp; to move out of position; to veer off, go off course

lias [PWMP]

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mag-libak

to backbite, talk badly of others behind their back; to slander someone

誹謗,背著別人說壞話;誹謗某人libák [PPH]

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mag-libot

to walk around; go around from place to place; to circle around an area; to make a loop around a place

libut [PWMP]

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mag-liked

to step in or on something

介入或介入某事liqed [PPH]

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mag-liko

for something to become bent or crooked

使某物彎曲或彎曲likuq [PMP]

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mag-limat

to bail out water, such as when cleaning out a well, or from the bottom of a boat

從井底或船底救出水limas [PMP]

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mag-lipay

to cheer someone up; to console or comfort someone

使某人高興;安慰或安慰某人lípay [PPH]

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mag-lipok

to break or snap something in half (as a pencil)

把某物切成兩半(如鉛筆)lipuk [PPH]

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mag-loat

to remove, take off clothing

脫掉衣服luas₂ [PPH]

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mag-lodlod

to scrub the skin or an object hard with the hands to remove dirt

用手用力擦洗皮膚或物體以除去污垢ludlud₁ [PPH]

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mag-lonlon

to eat food all by itself rather than eating it along with the foods that usually accompany it

一個人吃食物,而不是和食物一起吃lunlun [PWMP]

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mag-lotok

to cook something

做飯lutuq [PWMP]

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mag-níwaŋ

become thin, lose weight (as a domestic pig)

變瘦,減肥(作為家豬)niwaŋ [PMP]Niwaŋ

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mag-okas

to take something off, remove an item such as shoes, a ring; for something to unintentially come off or fall off

hukas [PWMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

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mag-orip

to repair woven material such as nipa palm shingles on a root, a mat, or a basket

修補編織資料,如根、墊子或籃子上的nipa棕櫚木瓦udip [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

405
mag-osisa

to investigate; search, research; examine; question; interview

調查;搜尋、研究;檢查;提問;採訪借詞

Caabay et al. 2014

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mag-oyon-an

to agree together about something; for a group of people to be agreed, united, unified in a decision

就某事達成一致;使一群人在一個決定中達成一致、團結、統一uyun₂ [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

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magpa-dalosdos

for a person to intentionally slide, cause themselves to slide down from somewhere

一個人故意滑倒,使自己從某處滑倒darusdús [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

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mag-pala

to shovel earth, cement, etc.; to use a shovel to dig a hole

鏟土、水泥等;用鏟子挖洞借詞

Caabay et al. 2014

409
mag-pa-sineŋ

to stare intently; carefully; to scrutinize

仔細地盯著;仔細地;仔細地sineŋ [PWMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

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mag-pa-sirap

to glance at somebody; to look at, view something from a distance

看某人;從遠處看某物sirap [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

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mag-pa-takon

within a year; for one year

一年內;一年內taqun [PMP]

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mag-patis

for fermented fish to become, turn into fish sauce (the fish becomes watery and the salted water is what is called #patis)

借詞

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mag-pegeŋ

to hold tightly to something; to put pressure on something

緊緊地抓住某物;對某物施加壓力pegeŋ [PWMP]

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414
mag-penpen

to cover up one’s ears, eyes, nose, etc.; to put one’s hands over a person’s mouth; to hold onto one’s private area when needing to urinate

penpen₂ [PWMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

415
mag-piar

to lend money or other things with trust, believing it will be handled carefully or will be repaid

以信託的管道借錢或其他東西,相信它會被小心地處理或得到償還借詞

Caabay et al. 2014

416
mag-piko

to break things up with a pickaxe

用鶴嘴鋤把東西劈開借詞

Caabay et al. 2014

417
mag-pila

for people to form a line; to line up one behind the other

使人們排成一行借詞

Caabay et al. 2014

418
mag-pintas

to put a curse or hex on someone with the help of an evil spirit, by using a picture of the person or an item of clothing; to practice sorcery

pintás [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

419
mag-pintik

to release the rubber strip on a spear gun or slingshot, i.e. to shoot the spear gun

鬆開槍或彈弓上的橡膠條,即射擊槍pitik₁ [PMP]pitik

Caabay et al. 2014

420
mag-pirek-pirek

to blink the eyes or flutter the eyelids; for an electric light to flicker on and off

眨眼或眨眼皮pidek₁ [PWMP]

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mag-poas

for the wind to lessen, die down, diminish; for the rain to stop or let up; for a flood to subside, recede; for a fever to go down

puas [PWMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

422
mag-potol

to cut something off

切斷某物putul [PMP]putun

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423
mag-sabit

to hang something up on a nail; to pin something on, as a ribbon or leaf on a shirt

把某物掛在釘子上;釘在某物上,如在襯衫上的絲帶或葉子sabit [PWMP]

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mag-saboag

to spread, as of news or gossip, to scatter news or have it come out suddenly

散佈,散佈散佈,如新聞或流言,散佈新聞或使其突然出現sabuag [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

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mag-salin

to pour a liquid into another container; to transfer something to another container or plate

把液體倒入另一個容器;把某物轉移到另一個容器或盤子salin [PWMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

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mag-santik

to hit or clink two things together, as stones, or even heads; to strike a match using a matchbox

把兩樣東西,如石頭,甚至頭撞在一起;用火柴盒劃火柴santik [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

427
mag-silot

to punish

懲罰借詞

Caabay et al. 2014

428
mag-soay-an

to fight each other; quarrel

吵架suay [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

429
mag-solsol

to stir up; prod somebody to do something; to convince; to incite; make people discontented with the way things are

借詞

Caabay et al. 2014

430
mag-sontok

to box, to hit with the fist

拳擊,拳打腳踢suntúk [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

431
mag-soplak

to oppose; to contradict, go against

反對;反駁偶然性

Caabay et al. 2014

432
mag-soʔsok

to insert something inside a space; to plug into a socket

把某物插入空間;插入插座suksuk [PAN]

Caabay et al. 2014

433
mag-taban

to carry away wrongfully or forcefully; snatch or grab by the mouth, as an animal stealing food

搶奪錯誤地或有力地帶走;搶奪或用嘴抓住,如動物偷食物maR-taban [PWMP]tabaN

Caabay et al. 2014

434
mag-taban-an

to elope

私奔taban [PMP]tabaN

Caabay et al. 2014

435
mag-tabat

to cut something, as material

切割某物,如資料tabas₂ [PWMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

436
mag-tagay

to pour liquor into individual glasses

把酒倒進單個玻璃杯tágay [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

437
mag-tagay

to pour liquor into individual glasses

把酒倒進單個玻璃杯借詞

Caabay et al. 2014

438
mag-taket

to measure something, someone using a tape measure

用卷尺量東西的人takes₂ [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

439
mag-taki-taki

to have diarrhea

腹瀉taqi [PMP]Caqi

Caabay et al. 2014

440
mag-talok

to hide something somewhere; to keep or reserve something for future use

把某物藏在某處;保留或保留某物以備將來使用maR-taRuq [PWMP]taRuq

Caabay et al. 2014

441
mag-tambak

to pile or stack things up; to cover or fill in a depression in the ground; to fill in a large hole

把東西堆起來;覆蓋或填補地面的凹陷;填補一個大洞tambak₂ [PMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

442
mag-tampel

to cover up a hole in something; plug something so that the contents will not spill out; put a patch on something (as a patch of oregano on the head to cure headache)

tapel [PMP]Capel

Caabay et al. 2014

443
mag-taŋa

to branch into two or three parts, or directions, such as a road

分支分成兩個或三個部分或方向,如道路saŋa₁ [PMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

444
mag-taŋkeb

for something to shut, close tightly, close all the way

把東西關上,關緊,一路關上ta(ŋ)keb [PWMP]ta(ŋ)keb₁

Caabay et al. 2014

445
mag-tapal

to apply something to a surface, as leaves to a wound or sore area

把某物敷在表面,如葉子敷在傷口或疼痛處tapal [PWMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

446
mag-tapok

to shake, knock the dust off something

搖晃,把灰塵從某物上抹掉tapuk₂ [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

447
mag-tastas

to rip out the seams of a garment; to undo stitching

拆開衣服的接縫;拆開縫線tastas [PAN]

Caabay et al. 2014

448
mag-tawad

to bargain; to give a discount, lower the price of something

討價還價;讓利,降低某物的價格tawaD [PWMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

449
mag-tebek

to stick a needle, pin into something; to thread a needle

把針插入某物tebek [PAN]

Caabay et al. 2014

450
mag-tekel

to grab tightly around the neck; to choke or strangle a person or animal; to accidentally be strangled

cekel [PMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

451
mag-tipid

to be thrifty, careful with finances and other resources

節儉,謹慎理財借詞

Caabay et al. 2014

452
mag-toaŋ

for two people to carry something, such as a stretcher, between them; for two people to carry a heavy item, like a bucket of water or a pig, hung in the middle of a long bamboo pole

tuaŋ₂ [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

453
mag-tobli-an

to miss each other by passing different ways or arriving at different times

錯過通過不同的途徑或在不同的時間到達對方sub(e)líq [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

454
mag-toka

to vomit

嘔吐suka₂ [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

455
mag-tokod

to start building a house; to put in the first posts for a house, or to lay the foundation

開始建房子;為房子立第一根柱子,或打地基tukud [PAN]

Caabay et al. 2014

456
mag-tokon

to carry something on the head or shoulders

扛在頭上或肩上tuqun₁ [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

457
mag-tokon

to carry something on the head or shoulders

扛在頭上或肩上suquN [PAN]

Caabay et al. 2014

458
mag-toldok

to point something out to someone; to show someone the location of something; to teach

向某人指出某物;給某人指明某物的位置;教導tulduq [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

459
mag-toldok

to point to or at something

指向或指向某物借詞

Caabay et al. 2014

460
mag-tompok

to pile something up in a heap

把某物堆成一堆tumpuk [PWMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

461
mag-torol

to give something; to give something that is asked for; to offer something; to submit something

給予某物;給予要求的某物;提供某物;提交某物tudul [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

462
mag-wali

to give advice, to advise; to “lecture” someone, often a teen-ager

給建議,給建議;給某人“說教”,通常是青少年wali₂ [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

463
mag-waswas

to shake something out to remove dirt, bugs, etc.; to swish clothes up and down in water to remove dirt or soap

waswás₁ [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

464
ma-idal-en

a complainer

抱怨者idal [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

465
ma-iŋgit

to envy; feel envious; jealous

嫉妒;感到嫉妒;嫉妒iŋgit [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

466
makaŋ

stand with the legs spread apart (as someone blocking a doorway)

兩腿分開站著(就像有人擋住了門一樣)bakaŋ₁ [PAN]

Caabay et al. 2014

467
ma-kilaw

glaring, as of a bright light

耀眼的,如明亮的光線kilaw₂ [PWMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

468
ma-kimay

for a part of the body to become atrophied; small bananas with no flesh because of excessive heat

使身體的一部分萎縮;由於過熱而沒有肉的小香蕉kimay [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

469
ma-kiwi

facial paralysis of one side of the mouth, causing the mouth to appear crooked and droopy; to intentionally screw up one’s mouth in disgust

kiwih [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

470
ma-labi-an

to be overcome by the night; to be benighted

被黑夜征服;被愚昧ma-Rabi-an [PPH]Rabiqi

Caabay et al. 2014

471
ma-laka

rare, seldom; to be spaced or thinned out

稀少的,很少的;間隔或變薄ma-laka [PWMP]la(ŋ)ka

Caabay et al. 2014

472
ma-lanet

for plants, leaves, crops to become dried up, withered

使植物、葉子、莊稼變幹、枯萎lanés [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

473
ma-lanet

for plants, leaves, crops to become dried up, withered

使植物、葉子、莊稼變幹、枯萎lanét [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

474
ma-láŋeg

rancid; musty smelling (of rancid food, or clothes that have been sitting in water)

發臭的;發黴的氣味(指發臭的食物或水裏的衣服)laŋeg [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

475
ma-laŋsi

fishy smelling

腥臭laŋ(e)si [PMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

476
ma-lāway

impolite, rude, coarse, vulgar; immodest, indecent, shameful, immoral

不禮貌、粗魯、粗俗、粗俗;不禮貌、不雅、可恥、不道德law(e)qay [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

477
ma-lemek

tender, soft, as of meat, beans that are boiled; mushy, of rotten fish, etc.

嫩的,軟的,如煮過的肉、豆子;糊狀的,腐爛的魚等。lemek₁ [PAN]

Caabay et al. 2014

478
ma-lemet

to accidentally drown

意外淹死ma-lemes [PPH]lemes

Caabay et al. 2014

479
ma-líbog na túbig

cloudy or murky water

渾濁或渾濁的水libeg [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

480
ma-ligit

the action of rolling a round or cylindrical object over something, for example, expressing juice from leaves by rolling a glass jar over them like a rolling pin

li(ŋ)gis [PWMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

481
ma-lipay

to be joyful, to feel happy

快樂,快樂lípay [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

482
ma-lised

poor; needy; destitute

貧窮的;窮困的;窮困的lised [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

483
ma-liwag

difficult or hard to do or endure; scarce, hard to come by

難做或難以忍受;稀少,難以獲得liwag [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

484
ma- liʔbel

turbid; cloudy water; water having sediment stirred up or suspended

渾濁的;渾濁的水;攪動或懸浮有沉澱物的水ma-liqeb(e)R [PPH]liq(e)beR

Caabay et al. 2014

485
ma-lobot-an

for something to become consumed, be used up; to run out of something; for something to cease

使某物消耗殆盡;耗盡某物;使某物停止lubús [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

486
ma-logaw

to be watery, like porridge; to be soft and spongy

像粥一樣濕潤;柔軟而鬆軟lúgaw [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

487
ma-lomot

mossy

苔蘚lumut [PMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

488
ma-loslos

for something like a pair of pants to slip down; fallen testicle, often resulting in a hernia

一條褲子之類的東西滑下來;掉下來的睾丸,常導致疝氣luslus [PMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

489
ma-lota

for vegetables to become overcooked; to overcook vegetables

使蔬菜煮過頭;使蔬菜煮過頭lusa₂ [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

490
ma-lotok

cooked; ripe, as of fruit, vegetables

熟的;熟的,如水果、蔬菜ma-lutuq [PWMP]lutuq

Caabay et al. 2014

491
mama

grandfather

祖父mama [PMP]mamah

Caabay et al. 2014

492
mamag-lamano

the action in the ring game, #idal-idal, where young people clasp hands in a circle with their fingers intertwined; then, as they move their hands back-and forth, to the right and left, a ring is passed unseen from one to another

借詞

Caabay et al. 2014

493
mamag-tayaw

to dance, perform a folk dance

跳舞,表演民族舞蹈tayaw [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

494
ma-maŋan

to eat a meal, to eat something

吃飯,吃點東西paŋan [PMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

495
ma-masiŋ

to reach out and grab someone’s calf

伸出手抓住某人的小腿ma-masiŋ [PPH]baq(e)tiŋ

Caabay et al. 2014

496
ma-milik

to choose something

選擇某物ma-miliq [PWMP]piliq

Caabay et al. 2014

497
ma-mosit

to go out looking for squid

出去找魷魚pusít [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

498
man

particle showing concession; whether; even if; no matter what

表示讓步的粒子;是否;即使;無論man [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

499
ma-naban

to elope

私奔ma-naban [PWMP]tabaN

Caabay et al. 2014

500
ma-nalok

to hide from

躲起來ma-naRuq [PWMP]taRuq

Caabay et al. 2014

501
ma-nalok

for a person to hide from others

一個人躲著別人taRuq [PMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

502
ma-nambel

to patch a hole in clothing or fabric, using a patch or scrap of material

修補衣服或織物上的洞,用補片或廢料ma-nambel [PWMP]tambel

Caabay et al. 2014

503
man-delep

to bathe, play, swim in the ocean, lake, or river

在海裏、湖裏或河裏洗澡、玩耍、游泳delep [PMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

504
ma-nebek

to catch sea worms, octopuses, etc. by sticking a sharp stick into their holes to pierce them

刺穿海蟲、章魚等tebek [PAN]

Caabay et al. 2014

505
mani

peanut

花生借詞

Caabay et al. 2014

506
ma-nipit

thin (as cloth)

薄(如布)ma-nipis [PMP]Nipis

Caabay et al. 2014

507
ma-níwaŋ

thin, skinny

瘦,瘦ma-niwaŋ [PMP]Niwaŋ

Caabay et al. 2014

508
man-liked-liked

to walk carefully in tidal flats, in the sea greass, trying to detect or feel small clams with the feet, in order to gather them to eat

liqed [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

509
maN-lolon

to pack up; get ready to leave

收拾;準備離開lulun [PMP]luluN

Caabay et al. 2014

510
ma-noba

to catch fish using the sap from the root of the #toba tree

用煙草樹根的汁液捕魚ma-nuba [PWMP]tubah

Caabay et al. 2014

511
ma-nolōk

for a rooster to crow

公雞叫tuRauk [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

512
man-taki

to defecate

排便taqi [PMP]Caqi

Caabay et al. 2014

513
man-tampok

to clap one’s hands (as in applause)

拍手(如鼓掌)tampuk₁ [PMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

514
maŋ-agat

to sift flour, sand, etc.

篩麵粉、沙子等。maŋ-agag [PWMP]agag

Caabay et al. 2014

515
maŋ-enat

to remove, take something off the stove

把東西從爐子上拿下來enat [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

516
maŋ-inem

to drink water, juice, etc.

喝水、果汁等。inem [PWMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

517
maŋ-ŋani

to definitely, really do something

一定要做點什麼ŋani [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

518
ma-oyon

to like the taste of something; to like, to find something agreeable

喜歡某物的味道;喜歡,找到令人愉快的東西uyun₂ [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

519
ma-pakit

bitter

苦的ma-paqit [PMP]paqiC

Caabay et al. 2014

520
ma-pa〈n〉tek

for a hen to hatch (lit. crack) her eggs

讓母雞孵化(點燃。破解)她的蛋peceq₂ [PMP]peceq

Caabay et al. 2014

521
ma-paos

to become hoarse (as from too much shouting)

嗓子啞(如因太大聲叫喊)借詞

Caabay et al. 2014

522
ma-paso

for the skin to be accidentally burned or scalded by hot or caustic substances

使皮膚被灼傷或灼傷ma-pásuq [PPH]pásuq

Caabay et al. 2014

523
ma-petek

for something fragile like glass to crack or shatter, become broken

像玻璃一樣易碎的東西破裂或破碎peceq₂ [PMP]peceq

Caabay et al. 2014

524
ma-piet

narrow; tight; crowded

狹窄的;緊密的;擁擠的piet [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

525
ma-pikot

to trap somebody into marriage, often by the girl getting pregnant

誘騙某人結婚,常被懷孕的女孩誘騙píkut [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

526
ma-pilik

choosy, picky

挑剔,挑剔ma-piliq [PMP]piliq

Caabay et al. 2014

527
ma-pito

to make something seven

做七點東西ma-pitu [PWMP]pitu

Caabay et al. 2014

528
ma-popod

to become worn down, small, flattened (as of a lamp wick, tooth, soap, pencil lead) by being consumed in use

ma-pudpud [PPH]pudpud

Caabay et al. 2014

529
ma-potol

to cut off

切斷putul [PMP]putun

Caabay et al. 2014

530
mā-poyat

to go to bed; to sleep, be asleep; to fall asleep

睡覺;睡覺;睡著ma-púyat [PPH]púyat

Caabay et al. 2014

531
ma-sebseb

to fall on one’s face

摔在臉上sebseb [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

532
ma-silaw

glaring, as of a bright light, or light being reflected off something

耀眼的,如明亮的光或從某物上反射的光ma-silaw [PWMP]silaw

Caabay et al. 2014

533
mata

eye

眼睛mata [PMP]maCa

Caabay et al. 2014

534
ma-tabed-tabed

to become wrapped around something; to become tangled up in something

纏在某物上;被某物纏住tambej [PWMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

535
ma-tagek

very juicy and/or sticky

非常多汁和/或粘稠tagek [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

536
ma-tamad

lazy; unmotivated; bored

懶散的;沒有動力的;無聊的tamád [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

537
ma-tanda

to remember, recall; to keep in mind

記住tandaq [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

538
ma-tanek-en

a person who owns a lot of land

擁有大量土地的人taneq [PMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

539
ma-tanek-tanek

discolored, with a reddish color, particularly of white clothes that are still dirty even after being washed

taneq [PMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

540
ma-taŋlad

to run aground on rocks, coral, or sand; for a boat to run over a rock in shallow water

擱淺在岩石、珊瑚或沙子上擱淺;船在淺水中越過岩石saŋ(e)lád [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

541
ma-tebat

for rice, grain to be completely harvested

對於水稻,穀物要完全收割tebas₁ [PWMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

542
ma-tenek

fish with sharp dorsal fins; something that is covered with thorns or spikes; for a part of the body to be pierced by a thorn, or jabbed or stuck by the sharp dorsal fin of a fish

ma-tenek [PPH]tenek

Caabay et al. 2014

543
ma-tipid

thrifty

節儉借詞

Caabay et al. 2014

544
ma-toltok

for an eye to be pierced with a sharp instrument or a stick

用利器或棍子刺穿眼睛tuRsúk [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

545
ma-tonay-an

to be pierced, stuck by a thorn, etc., with a piece left deep in the flesh

刺穿,刺入,刺入tunay₁ [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

546
ma-topad

to fulfill a promise or agreement; for something to come true or be realized; to achieve one’s goal; for a prophecy to be fulfilled

tupáj [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

547
ma-topad

to fulfill a promise or agreement; for something to come true or be realized; for a prophesy to be fulfilled

tupád [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

548
ma-tuʔlid

straight

直的tuq(e)lid [PWMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

549
maya

ricebird; sparrow; they are small, brown, or black, or sometimes reddish in with lighter stripes, and can be found in flocks in rice fields, where they eat the rice

máya [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

550
mostasa

mustard

芥末借詞

Caabay et al. 2014

551
namo

mosquito

蚊子ñamuk [PMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

552
nana

grandma (term of reference and address)

祖母(職權範圍和地址)nana₂ [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

553
nanak

pus

膿液nanaq [PMP]naNaq

Caabay et al. 2014

554
nan-takon

last year

去年taqun [PMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

555
nara

Narra tree or wood; this is a forest tree whose wood is yellowish-red and is used for furniture (now protected)

nara [PMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

556
nipit

thin

薄的nipis [PMP]Nipis

Caabay et al. 2014

557
niwaŋ

thinness

niwaŋ [PMP]Niwaŋ

Caabay et al. 2014

558
ŋani

indeed; really; very

確實;真的;非常ŋani [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

559
obad-en

to untie or unwrap something

解開或解開某物hubád-en [PPH]hubád

Caabay et al. 2014

560
oŋ talok

in secret; secretly; in private

秘密地;秘密地;私下地taRuq [PMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

561
opaw

bald

禿頭的upaw [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

562
oyaw

to laugh at something concerning an animal, and then be struck by lightning, as if it is revenge by the animal

uyaw [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

563
oyaw-en

to laugh at something concerning an animal, and then be struck by lightning

嘲笑與動物有關的事物,然後被閃電擊中uyaw-en [PPH]uyaw

Caabay et al. 2014

564
pa

yet; still; additionally; what’s more; moreover

然而;仍然;另外;更重要的是;而且pa₁ [PAN]

Caabay et al. 2014

565
pa-baw-en

to let something cool down, such as hot water

使某物冷卻,如熱水pa-bahaw-en [PPH]baSaw

Caabay et al. 2014

566
pag-tepeŋ-en

to put two things or people next to each other to see if they are level or the same height

把兩件東西或兩個人放在一起看他們是水準的還是相同的高度tepeŋ₂ [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

567
pa-isol

to step back a bit; walk backwards

後退一點;向後走isul [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

568
paka

thigh; leg

大腿paqa₁ [PAN]

Caabay et al. 2014

569
pa-ketel-an

to push hard to get a job done; to exert effort; to make something loud, strong (as one’s voice)

keseR [PAN]

Caabay et al. 2014

570
pakiaw

contractual work (the parties involved decide on the amount of money which will be paid for the job, rather than paying an hourly or daily wage)

借詞

Caabay et al. 2014

571
pakit

bitter taste; bitterness

苦味paqit₂ [PMP]paqiC

Caabay et al. 2014

572
paksiw

fish or meat cooked in vinegar with salt and garlic added

加鹽和大蒜的醋煮魚或肉借詞

Caabay et al. 2014

573
pala

shovel

鏟子借詞

Caabay et al. 2014

574
pa-laka-en

to become thinned out; to be spaced out, as to plant seed with spaces between

變薄變薄;隔開,如在la(ŋ)ka [PWMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

575
pala-ma-ŋan-an

dining room

餐廳ma-ŋaen [PMP]kaen

Caabay et al. 2014

576
pali

scar

疤痕paliq₂ [PWMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

577
pali-en

to be scarred

傷痕累累paliq₂ [PWMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

578
pa-liko

to turn a certain direction

轉向likuq [PMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

579
pa-lotaw

small doughy balls cooked in coconut milk which float to the surface when fully cooked

椰奶煮成的小麵團,煮熟後浮在水面上lutaw [PWMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

580
palpal

stakes used for tethering an animal or securing a tent

用來拴住動物或固定帳篷的木樁palpál₂ [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

581
palpal-an

to stake an animal out to graze

用木樁把動物拴起來吃草palpál₂ [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

582
pa-maso

something which causes a caustic burn

引起灼傷的東西pásuq [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

583
panak

an arrow (this can refer to both the bow and the arrow)

箭(這可以指弓和箭)panaq [PAN]

Caabay et al. 2014

584
pa-nipit-en

to make something thin (as cloth when weaving)

使某物變薄(如織布時的布料)nipis [PMP]Nipis

Caabay et al. 2014

585
panoldok

index or forefinger

食指tulduq [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

586
pantalan

wharf, pier

碼頭借詞

Caabay et al. 2014

587
paŋa

jaw

下巴paŋah [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

588
paŋel

stupid; asinine; idiot

愚蠢的;愚蠢的;白癡paŋel [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

589
paŋel

stupid; asinine; idiot

愚蠢的;愚蠢的;白癡paŋeR [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

590
paŋ-ígpit

clip, hairpin

髮夾qiR(e)pit [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

591
paŋpaŋ

cliff; steep dropoff into the ocean

懸崖paŋpaŋ [PWMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

592
pa-oyon

to agree to something; to consent

同意某事;同意uyun₂ [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

593
papag

stretcher made of bamboo

竹制擔架papag [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

594
pa-popod-on

to cause, or wait for, something to be completely consumed, used up, worn down, burned down/up

使或等待某物完全消耗、耗盡、磨損、燒毀pa-pudpud-en [PPH]pudpud

Caabay et al. 2014

595
paraw

a boat similar to a #lansa (cargo boat), but with outriggers, used for fishing (it pulls smaller outriggers out to deeper water where they can fish); the entire entourage is called a #paraw

padaw [PWMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

596
p〈ar〉ompoŋ

a kind of white rice with very small kernels; the grain heads are numerous, and are in clusters on the end of the stalk

puŋpuŋ₂ [PWMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

597
paspas

quickly, in a rush

快點,趕時間paspás₄ [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

598
paspas-an

do something quickly, at once, nonstop, or in a rush

迅速、立即、不間斷或匆忙地做某事paspas-an₂ [PPH]paspás₄

Caabay et al. 2014

599
pa-tako-on

to make known

公佈taqu₂ [PMP]Caqu

Caabay et al. 2014

600
pa-taʔpaw

to go up to the surface

浮出水面taq(e)paw [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

601
pati

including; even; also (This is a #Tagalog word, but is widely used nowadays, especially by younger people)

patí [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

602
patis

fish sauce

魚露借詞

Caabay et al. 2014

603
patoŋ

a type of bamboo which grows very large but without thorns

一種竹子,長得很大但沒有刺patuŋ [PWMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

604
pegeŋ-an

to control oneself; to exercise self control, self discipline; to restrain, hold oneself in check

控制自己;自我控制、自律;克制、克制自己pegeŋ [PWMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

605
pelta

boil; abscess

膿腫peRsa [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

606
pelta-en

to have or develop a boil or abscess

有或發展出癤子或膿腫peRsa [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

607
petek-en

to intentionally crack something open

故意打開某物peceq₂ [PMP]peceq

Caabay et al. 2014

608
piaŋ

a person with a crippled or deformed leg (the person can still walk, but with a limp)

腿殘廢或變形的人(該人還能走路,但跛行)借詞

Caabay et al. 2014

609
pidaso

a single, whole piece of something

一整件東西借詞

Caabay et al. 2014

610
piko

pickaxe

鶴嘴鋤借詞

Caabay et al. 2014

611
pila

a line, row

一行,一排借詞

Caabay et al. 2014

612
pilak

silver

借詞

Caabay et al. 2014

613
pilay

for a person to be paralyzed, crippled in the legs, due to a stroke or accident

因中風或事故而癱瘓、雙腿殘廢的人piNay [PAN]

Caabay et al. 2014

614
pilik

choose something

選擇一些東西piliq [PAN]

Caabay et al. 2014

615
pilik-an

choosy, picky

挑剔,挑剔piliq-an [PMP]piliq

Caabay et al. 2014

616
pilik-en

to choose something

選擇某物piliq-en [PWMP]piliq

Caabay et al. 2014

617
pinpin

an old hide-and-seek game played at night, with two groups

晚上玩的一種古老的捉迷藏遊戲,有兩組借詞

Caabay et al. 2014

618
pintas

a strong curse or hex, put on a person by a traditional healeer who has the power to do this

一種強烈的詛咒或咒語,由一個有能力這樣做的傳統治療師施於一個人身上pintás [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

619
pipino

cucumber

黃瓜借詞

Caabay et al. 2014

620
piso

peso

比索借詞

Caabay et al. 2014

621
pispis

cricket (if the sound of a cricket is heard in the house it means that a visitor is arriving)

蟋蟀(如果房子裏聽到蟋蟀的聲音,就意味著有客人來了)pispis₂ [PWMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

622
pito

seven

pitu₁ [PAN]pitu

Caabay et al. 2014

623
pito-m-polok

seventy

七十pitu₁ [PAN]pitu

Caabay et al. 2014

624
pito-on

to make something seven

做七點東西pitu-en [PWMP]pitu

Caabay et al. 2014

625
piyak

baby chicken

小雞piak [PAN]

Caabay et al. 2014

626
pok

the sound made by an owl

貓頭鷹發出的聲音puk₂ [PMP]puk

Caabay et al. 2014

627
polaw

a wake for the dead

亡靈之醒pulaw [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

628
polpol

dumb; not smart

愚蠢的;不聰明的借詞

Caabay et al. 2014

629
ponial

a machete with a sharply pointed end

尖頭大砍刀借詞

Caabay et al. 2014

630
ponsi

banana

香蕉punti₁ [PAN]

Caabay et al. 2014

631
poŋpoŋ ~ pompoŋ

a cluster of fruit, berries, or grain heads on the end of a stalk

果穗一束果實、漿果或穀類在莖的末端puŋpuŋ₂ [PWMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

632
poŋso

small mound of earth

小土堆puŋsu [PWMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

633
popod da

worn down flat (as a tooth that becomes hard to extract)

扁平磨損(如難以拔出的牙齒)pudpud [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

634
poro

island

pujuq [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

635
poro

island

pujuq [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

636
posit

squid

魷魚pusít [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

637
poto

small, round steamed cakes made with rice flour; these are often served at birthday parties, and at other special occasions

借詞

Caabay et al. 2014

638
potok

banana heart

香蕉心pusuq₁ [PMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

639
potol-on

to cut something off (as bamboo that has grown too long)

砍掉某物(如長得太長的竹子)putul [PMP]putun

Caabay et al. 2014

640
potot

a short person

矮個子putut₂ [PWMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

641
poyad

nest

借詞

Caabay et al. 2014

642
poyat-en

to feel sleepy, drowsy, tired

昏昏欲睡puyat-en [PPH]púyat

Caabay et al. 2014

643
rawit

a long pole with a blade on the end, used for cutting down leaves and branches

一種末端有刀片的長杆子,用來砍樹葉和樹枝ráwis [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

644
remek-en

to crush or pulverize somethingusing a pestle, large spoon, etc.

搗碎用杵、大勺子等碾碎或粉碎某物。remek [PMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

645
sakaŋ

crotch

胯部sakaŋ [PMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

646
santik-an

to hit or clink two things together, as stones, or even heads; to strike a match using a matchbox

把兩樣東西,如石頭,甚至頭撞在一起;用火柴盒劃火柴santik-an [PPH]santik

Caabay et al. 2014

647
sawali

split woven bamboo walling material

分裂編織竹牆材借詞

Caabay et al. 2014

648
seŋet-seŋet

for a wound or tooth to throb with sharp, on and off pain (often occurs with the production of pus)

seŋet-seŋet [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

649
siam

nine

siám [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

650
sibokaw

a type of tree with red wood; it can be used for medicinal purposes, and is also used for tool handles

sibukaw [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

651
sika

this is said to a cat to shoo it away

這是對一只貓說的趕走它借詞

Caabay et al. 2014

652
sikaŋ-kaŋ

to be in the position of having one’s legs spread apart (as when slipping on a waxed floor)

使雙腿分開(如在打蠟的地板上滑倒時)sikaŋ [PWMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

653
sikep

to catch, trap fish in a #kalat trap made of rattan

用藤條做成的卡拉特陷阱捕捉魚cikep [PMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

654
s〈in〉abat

that which was cut, leftover material or scraps

被切割的,剩餘的資料或碎片tabas₂ [PWMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

655
si-no-pa

who (singular; #da-no-pa = ‘who?, plural’)

誰(單數;#da no pa='誰?,複數')si-nu [PPH]-nu₁

Caabay et al. 2014

656
sipit

hair clip

髮夾sipit [PAN]

Caabay et al. 2014

657
sisiŋ

ring worn on a finger

戴在手指上的戒指借詞

Caabay et al. 2014

658
soli

breach birth, delivery; impossible (going against reality)

違背出生、分娩;不可能(違背現實)suli₂ [PAN]

Caabay et al. 2014

659
s〈om〉ilab

for a fire to blaze or flare up, or spread; for something to burst into flames

使火燃燒、燃燒或蔓延;使某物燃燒sirab [PWMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

660
s〈om〉iŋara

to look up above

向上看tiŋadaq [PWMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

661
s〈om〉ogod

to continue on going; to go directly somewhere or to somebody, with no delay; to rush to confront or challenge somebody about a disagreement

sugud [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

662
s〈om〉ogod

to continue on going; to go directly somewhere or to somebody, with no delay; to rush to confront or challenge somebody about a disagreement

s〈um〉ugud [PPH]sugud

Caabay et al. 2014

663
sompoŋ

to be moody; to have, be in a bad mood; to act according to one’s mood, feelings

喜怒無常借詞

Caabay et al. 2014

664
sompoŋ-on

moody (person); be overcome bysomething; have an attack of some kind (high blood pressure, stroke, heart attack); become temporarily crazy, insane; be overcome by one’s power to become a witch, causing one to do strange things

借詞

Caabay et al. 2014

665
soso

a kind of banana, small to medium size

一種中小型香蕉susu [PMP]susu₂

Caabay et al. 2014

666
ta

our; us; we

我們-ta [PAN]

Caabay et al. 2014

667
tabako

tobacco

煙草借詞

Caabay et al. 2014

668
taban-en

to carry away wrongfully or forcefully; snatch or grab by the mouth, as an animal stealing food

搶奪錯誤地或有力地帶走;搶奪或用嘴抓住,如動物偷食物taban [PMP]tabaN

Caabay et al. 2014

669
tabat-en

to cut something, as material

切割某物,如資料tabas₂ [PWMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

670
tagek

sap of trees, plants; juice of fruits

樹木、植物的汁液;水果的汁液tagek [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

671
tag-si-siam

nine each

每人九個siám [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

672
taket

measurement; dimention; size

尺寸takes₂ [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

673
taki

feces, manure

糞便、糞便taqi [PMP]Caqi

Caabay et al. 2014

674
tako

to know a fact; to know how to do something; to learn something

知道一個事實;知道如何做某事;學習某事taqu₂ [PMP]Caqu

Caabay et al. 2014

675
takon

year

taqun [PMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

676
takon-an

years gone by

歲月流逝taqun [PMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

677
takon-takon

yearly

每年的taqun [PMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

678
talak

sin; fault; wrong; crime; guilt, guilty

罪;錯;錯;罪;罪,罪salaq₁ [PMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

679
talatan

southeast direction, wind

東南方向,風salatan [PWMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

680
talinom

a type of vegetable with edible leaves (it is the top, tender leaves which are cooked and eaten)

一種葉子可食的蔬菜(上面的嫩葉子被烹調食用)talínum [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

681
talon

forest, woods, jungle (some people believe that evil spirits and elves live in places like this)

森林,森林,叢林(有些人認為惡魔和精靈生活在這樣的地方)talun₁ [PMP]CaluN

Caabay et al. 2014

682
tama

correct, right; accurate; appropriate; proper

正確的,正確的;準確的;適當的;適當的tama₁ [PAN]

Caabay et al. 2014

683
tamad-an

for a person to feel lazy, tired; to be disinterested in, bored or tired of doing something

使人感到懶惰、疲倦;對某事不感興趣、厭煩或厭倦tamad-an [PPH]tamád

Caabay et al. 2014

684
tambak-en

to pile up; to fill in, such as a hole

堆積;填滿tambak₂ [PMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

685
tamilok

a type of large, edible worm; they burrow into driftwood or boat hulls to lay their eggs; the young worms, which are white and elongated and look similar to an umbilical cord, are considered a delicacy

tamiluk [PWMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

686
tamilok-on

for the hull of a boat to become full of holes made by these worms burrowing in to lay their eggs

使船的船殼充滿了蟲子鑽進去產卵的洞tamiluk [PWMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

687
tamiŋ

shield used by soldiers for protection

阿兵哥用來保護的盾牌tamiŋ [PMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

688
tamo

here (close to the speaker)

這裏(靠近揚聲器)tani₂ [PMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

689
tanan

all; every; the total amount or number of something

全部;全部;全部;某物的總數tanan [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

690
tandig-an

back of a chair

椅背sandiR [PMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

691
tanek

ground, land; earth, soil, dirt; land owned by somebody

土地taneq [PMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

692
taniŋ

a certain amount of time left to live; for one’s life to be limited, have a limit or end point

剩餘的一段時間;一個人的生命是有限的,有一個限度或終點借詞

Caabay et al. 2014

693
tanod

local security guards or watchmen (they help the police keep peace and order by patroling the barangay at night and investigating disturbances)

tánud [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

694
taŋa

branch of a tree

樹枝saŋa₁ [PMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

695
taŋ geret

one slice of something

一片某物gereC [PAN]

Caabay et al. 2014

696
taŋkal

pigpen or chicken coop made of bamboo

竹制豬圈或雞籠taŋkal [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

697
taŋkoŋ

a plant with leaves and stalks like spinach, used as a vegetable

菠菜一種葉子和莖像菠菜的植物,用作蔬菜taŋkuŋ [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

698
taŋlad

lemon grass, used in flavoring dishes, and also as one of the leaves in the #pamegat bath water (medicinal wine or bath water, for preventing a relapse)

taŋelaj [PMP]Caŋelaj

Caabay et al. 2014

699
tapik-en

to tap or slap somebody lightly on the back or other part of the upper body (excluding the face); if a person slaps you lightly on the shoulder, it could mean that they are poisoning you or putting a curse on you; in order to reverse or stop the poison or curse the recipient must return the slap

tapik [PMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

700
tapos-on

to finish or complete work, a project, a speech, etc,; to finalize something, to finish school, graduate from school

tapus [PAN]

Caabay et al. 2014

701
t〈ar〉abako-an

container used to hold tobacco

用來裝煙草的容器借詞

Caabay et al. 2014

702
ta-tandak-tandak

stamping the feet, as a child who is angry about being told to do something

跺著腳,像一個孩子,因為被要求做某事而生氣tanzak [PWMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

703
tawad

discount

折扣tawaD [PWMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

704
tawas

alum

明礬借詞

Caabay et al. 2014

705
tawtaw

pupil of the eye

瞳孔tau tau [PMP]Cau

Caabay et al. 2014

706
tayaw

folk dance

民間舞蹈tayaw [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

707
taʔnay

a small handful of something (as of rice porridge)

一小把東西(如米粥)taq(e)nay [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

708
taʔpaw

the surface or top of something; on top of something

某物的表面或頂部;某物的頂部taq(e)paw [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

709
taʔpaw-an

to put, place something on top of something else

把東西放在其他東西上面taq(e)paw-an [PPH]taq(e)paw

Caabay et al. 2014

710
teb

high tide

漲潮taeb [PWMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

711
tebel

to be constipated

便秘tebel₁ [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

712
tebel-an

to be constipated

便秘tebel₁ [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

713
tekeb

to attack or fight, as of dogs, cats, or people, particularly two women; to pounce on

攻擊攻擊或戰鬥,如狗、貓或人,尤指兩個女人;猛撲tekeb₂ [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

714
teleg

current

現在的seleg [PWMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

715
t〈el〉〈el〉epeŋ

same height

相同高度tepeŋ₂ [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

716
tenek

thorn; the sharp dorsal fin of a fish

刺;魚的鋒利的背鰭tenek [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

717
tilem

very dark-skinned (not a polite word to use)

皮膚很黑(不是禮貌用語)tilem₁ [PWMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

718
tina

hair dye

染發劑借詞

Caabay et al. 2014

719
t〈in〉aban

be snatched or carried away wrongfully (as a fish by a hungry cat)

被錯誤地搶走或帶走(如被饑餓的貓搶走的魚)t〈in〉aban [PWMP]tabaN

Caabay et al. 2014

720
tintiŋ-en

to ring a bell, such as the church bell; to make a ringing sound, usually by hitting metal against metal

tiŋtiŋ [PMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

721
tiŋel

deaf, hard of hearing

耳聾,聽力障礙tiŋeR [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

722
tisa

orange (or other colored) chalk used by tailors and seamstresses to mark fabric

裁縫和裁縫用橙色(或其他顏色)粉筆在織物上作標記借詞

Caabay et al. 2014

723
titi

nipple; breast; udder

乳頭;乳房;乳房titi [PMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

724
titi

nipple; breast; udder

乳頭;乳房;乳房借詞

Caabay et al. 2014

725
titolo

land title; deed of purchase

土地所有權;購買契約借詞

Caabay et al. 2014

726
tiʔgay

maggots

借詞

Caabay et al. 2014

727
toal-en

to pry out, dig out something that is exposed, such as a rock

挖出,挖出暴露的東西,如岩石sual [PMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

728
toba

a kind of tree whose root can be used to blind or poison fish around rocks in shallow water and cause them to come to the surface

tubah [PAN]

Caabay et al. 2014

729
tobli

to rob; to steal, take something that is not yours (lit. to inherit it); for a man to have an affair with another man’s wife (lit. to steal or inherit someone’s wife); for a person to inherit something; the thing inherited

sub(e)liq [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

730
tobol

instructions; command; order

指令;命令;命令tubul [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

731
tobol-on

to instruct or order someone to do something; to send someone on an errand

訓示或命令某人做某事;派某人出差tubul [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

732
togtog

the sound of something being played, such as an instrument, music, radio, etc.

聲音被演奏的東西的聲音,如樂器、音樂、收音機等。tugtug [PWMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

733
tokayo

term of address used by two people having the same name; a person’s namesake

兩個同名的人使用的稱呼;一個人的名字借詞

Caabay et al. 2014

734
tokot-on

to charge a fee, to collect a fee, a fare, or a debt; to request payment for a fee or a debt

收取費用、收取費用、車費或債務;要求支付費用或債務sukut [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

735
tolay

bridge

tuláy [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

736
toldok

finger

手指tulduq [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

737
toldok

finger

手指借詞

Caabay et al. 2014

738
toli-toli

earwax

耳垢tuli₁ [PMP]Culi

Caabay et al. 2014

739
toli-toli-en

to clean the earwax out of the ears

把耳垢從耳朵裏清理出來tuli₁ [PMP]Culi

Caabay et al. 2014

740
tolok

torch (made of a bottle filled with kerosene and with a rag for a wick, or a coconut palm frond or piece of bamboo with fire on the end; rarely used anymore)

suluq [PMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

741
tolōk

crow of a rooster

雞鳴tuRauk [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

742
t〈om〉akas

to escape from prison

越獄taŋkas [PMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

743
t〈om〉akon

next year

明年taqun [PMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

744
t〈om〉ampek

for waves to hit and spray up over, or into, a boat

使波浪拍打並噴射到船上或船上tampek [PMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

745
t〈om〉andak

to stamp one’s foot; to stamp or stomp on something

跺腳;跺腳tanzak [PWMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

746
t〈om〉andig

to lean, recline against something

倚靠sandiR [PMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

747
t〈om〉aŋkab

for an animal, such as a dog or lion, to lunge at someone, something; for an animal to snatch, grab s.t. in its mouth and eat it; for s.o. to viciously bite, or bite off s.t., usually in a fight

sa(ŋ)kab [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

748
t〈om〉aŋlad

to run aground on rocks, coral, or sand

擱淺在岩石、珊瑚或沙子上擱淺s〈um〉aŋ(e)lád [PPH]saŋ(e)lád

Caabay et al. 2014

749
t〈om〉aya

to lay out one’s bet in a gambling game

在賭博遊戲中下注tayáq [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

750
t〈om〉ogbo

to step into a river, lake, ocean; to wade out into the ocean; to go out wading

踏入河流、湖泊、海洋;涉水出海;涉水出海sug(e)bu [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

751
t〈om〉okok

for a person to duck or bow their head; to look down at the ground; to bend over slightly from the waist; for mature fruit to bend over on the vine or branch

tukuk [PWMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

752
t〈om〉omaw

for worms, termites, insects, etc. to seem to appear out of nowhere, in large numbers

因為蟲子、白蟻、昆蟲等似乎不知從哪里大量出現tuq(e)maw [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

753
t〈om〉ompok

for things to pile up, such as clothes to wash, work to do

把東西堆起來,比如要洗的衣服,要做的工作tumpuk [PWMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

754
tompol

for the sharp point of something to become dull, worn down, or broken off, e.g. a pencil, stick pin, bamboo fencing

tumpul [PMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

755
tonay

real, not fake; authentic; genuine

真實的,不是假的;真實的;真實的tunay₂ [PWMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

756
toŋaw

for the air to escape from a baloon or a tire; for a smell to escape; for the ground to steam and smell; for something to evaporate; for a fever to go down

suŋáw [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

757
toŋkod

support post; cane; staff

支柱;拐杖;工作人員tukud [PAN]

Caabay et al. 2014

758
toŋkod-on

to brace something up

支撐某物tukud [PAN]

Caabay et al. 2014

759
toŋtoŋ-on

to go forwards against the wind or current

逆風逆流前進suŋsuŋ₁ [PWMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

760
toroŋ

head covering, such as a piece of cloth wrapped around the head, or a hat with a brim

頭罩,如包在頭上的一塊布或有帽檐的帽子tuduŋ [PMP]

Caabay et al. 2014

761
totoy

euphemism for the penis of a small boy

小男孩陰莖的委婉說法tutuy [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

762
wali

advice (archaic)

忠告(古語)wali₂ [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

763
watak-watak

things dropped and scattered around, often referring to trash or food scraps

東西掉在地上散落,通常指垃圾或食物殘渣watak-watak [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

764
wisik-an

to sprinkle water or another liquid on something; to accidentally be splattered, spattered by something

wisik [PPH]

Caabay et al. 2014

765
yatat

breast milk

母乳Ratas₂ [PMP]

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