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-a

alternant command suffix for verbs taking #-on in the infinitive

不定式中帶#-on的動詞的交替命令尾碼-a₁ [PAN]

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abága

shoulder; side of a mountain

肩;山的側面qabaRa₁ [PMP]

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ábaka

abaca, Manila hemp: Musa textilis

馬尼拉大麻abaká [PPH]

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abáŋ-abáŋ

a hindrance (referring to a person who is always in the way)

障礙(指總是礙事的人)abaŋ₁ [PMP]

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ábay

accompany one another; participate in something together; best man, brides maid

互相陪伴;一起參與某事;伴郎,伴娘abay [PPH]

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abó

ash, cinder

灰燼qabu [PMP]

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aboh-ón

gray; a grayish colored chicken

灰色的;淺灰色的雞qabu-en [PWMP]qabu

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abót

arrive, come, reach

到達,到達,到達qábut [PPH]

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abot-ón

to attain, catch up to, reach, be reached

達到qábut-en [PPH]qábut

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abúloy

contribution to charity

對慈善事業的貢獻abúluy [PPH]

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ága

morning

早晨ága [PPH]

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agakák

clucking sound; to cluck

咯咯聲

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agáw-on

be snatched

被搶走qaRaw-en [PPH]qaRaw

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agdá

invite, ask to come

邀請,邀請偶然性

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agóm

spouse, mate; husband, wife

配偶,配偶;丈夫,妻子agúm [PPH]

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agúho

tree possessing pine-like needles: Casuarina equisetifolia

松針樹:木麻黃aRuhu [PMP]

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ákák

to quack

嘎嘎akak [PMP]

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akó

1sg. nominative pronoun: I

1毫克。主格代詞:Iaku [PAN]

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akʔák

to quack

嘎嘎qekqek [PMP]

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alámbre

wire

電線借詞

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alaŋán

awkward, feeling out of place; indecisive; undecided

尷尬的,感到不合適的;猶豫不決的;猶豫不決的alaŋ-án [PPH]alaŋ

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alás

ace

王牌借詞

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aldáw

day

白天qalejaw [PMP]

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aldaw-án

daily

每日的qalejaw-an [PPH]qalejaw

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alimpupúro (〈 R)

hair whorl

發渦qali-puju [PAN]

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alin-tatáw

center of the eye containing the iris and the pupil

包含虹膜和瞳孔的眼睛中心tau tau [PMP]Cau

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alipúros

whirlwind

龍捲風qali- [PAN]

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ali-púros

whirlwind, cyclone, tornado

龍捲風,龍捲風,龍捲風-pudus [PMP]

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aliwuswós

squall; whirlwind

暴風weswés [PPH]

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alók

invite, ask to come

邀請,邀請e(n)zuk [PWMP]

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álon

wave, surf

浪,浪qalun [PMP]

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aluhípan

centipede

蜈蚣qalu-hipan [PMP]qalu-Sipan

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alupag

the lychee, Litchi sinensis Sonn., subsp. philippinensis

荔枝,荔枝。菲律賓qalupaR [PAN]

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amás

a measure of gold, equivalent to one sixteenth of a #tahil

一種金的量度,相當於泰希爾的十六分之一借詞

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amáʔ

father

父親ama-q [PMP]amax

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am-balátok

woodpecker

啄木鳥balalatuk [PMP]balalaCuk

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ambód

to wrap; to band, bandage

包紮qa(m)bej [PWMP]

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ambón

dew; fog, mist, haze

露水;霧,霧,霾ambun [PWMP]

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ambón

dew; fog, mist, haze

露水;霧,霧,霾qembun [PWMP]

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amíhan

northeast wind, trade wind

東北風、信風qamihan [PMP]qamiS

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amihán-an

direction of the northeast wind

東北風方向qamihan-an [PPH]qamiS

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ámo

boss, master

老大,老大借詞

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ampát

stop, put a stop to, quell, suppress

停下來,停下來,平息,壓制ampet [PWMP]

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ampáw

puffed rice

膨化米ampaw [PMP]

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-an

1. verbal affix, locative series, infinitive-command form: #dumán 'there, yonder' : #duman-án 'come or go to', 2. verbal affix, reflexive action series, infinitive-command form: #hugák 'lazy' : #hugak-án 'to feel lazy', 3. verbal affix, regular series, infinitive-command form: #imbitár 'invite' : #imbitar-án 'to invite', 4. alternant command suffix for verbs taking #i- in the infinitive: #i-abót mo an asín or #abot-án an asín 'pass the salt', 5. nominal affix, locative: #eskuéla 'student' : #eskuelah-án 'school'

-an [PAN]

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anáhaw

fan palm, possessing fronds which may be used for hats and thatching for houses: Livistona chinensis

qanahaw [PMP]

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andás

bier; hearse

棺材借詞

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an h-in-uni

the call or song of a bird

鳥的叫聲或叫聲huni [PMP]Suni

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áni

harvest, crop

收穫,作物qanih [PMP]qaniS

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aníh-an

to harvest, reap

收穫qanih-an [PWMP]qaniS

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ani-niŋal

echo

回聲niŋal [PMP]

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aniniŋál

echo

回聲qaNi- [PAN]

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aníno

shadow; reflection

陰影;反射qaninu [PMP]qaNiŋu

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ánit

animal skin, hide, pelt; leather

動物皮、皮、毛皮;皮革qanit [PMP]qaNiC

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anít-an

to flay or skin an animal

剝動物的皮qanit-an [PWMP]qaNiC

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aníto

ancestral spirits once represented by carved wooden statues

以木雕為代表的先祖精神qanitu [PMP]qaNiCu

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anito-an

make a sacrifice to or hold a festival for a particular #aníto

為某一特定的祭品或舉行節日qanitu-an [PPH]qaNiCu

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an m〈in〉ana

an heirloom

傳家寶mana₁ [PWMP]

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an m〈in〉ana

an heirloom

傳家寶maña [PWMP]

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a-nó

what

什麼a-nu [PMP]-nu₁

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ánod

bob on the surface of the water

在水面上擺動qañud [PAN]

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anóm

six

enem [PAN]

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ánoy

termite

白蟻aNay [PAN]

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anóy-on

be eaten by termites

被白蟻吃掉anay-en [PWMP]aNay

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antábay

accompany, escort, stay with; stay tuned to a particular radio station or television channel

陪伴、護送、陪伴;收聽某一廣播電臺或電視頻道antábay [PPH]

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antataró

large caterpillar species

大型毛蟲種類qantatadu [PWMP]

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antataró-on

be eaten by such a caterpillar

被這樣的毛毛蟲吃掉qantatadu [PWMP]

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antáʔ

juice of fruits of the citrus family

柑桔科水果汁噪聲

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an t〈in〉ábas

remnants of cloth

殘布tabas₂ [PWMP]

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antíŋ

amulet, charm, fetish, talisman

護身符、符咒、神物、護身符借詞

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antíŋ-antíŋ

amulet, charm, fetish, talisman

護身符、符咒、神物、護身符借詞

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anuliŋ

tree with yellowish leaves, used as spinach

黃葉樹,用作菠菜añuliŋ [PMP]

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anyíl

bluing, indigo

藍色,靛藍借詞

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áŋat

to challenge

挑戰aŋat [PWMP]

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áŋay

fitting, proper (as clothes that match)

合身,合身(如合身的衣服)aŋáy [PPH]

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aŋhít

referring to the odor of a goat

指山羊的氣味qaŋeSit [PAN]

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aŋsód

underarm odor

狐臭qaŋ(e)sej [PWMP]

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aŋtód

referring to the smell of something burning, usually skin, leather or hair

指燃燒物的氣味,通常是皮膚、皮革或頭髮qaŋ(e)téj [PPH]

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apá

rice husk, chaff

稻殼、穀殼qepah [PWMP]

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apát

four

epat [PMP]Sepat

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apát-ápat

only four

只有四個epat epat [PMP]Sepat

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apát-apát

send four at a time

一次發送四個epat epat [PMP]Sepat

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apdó

bile, gall; gall bladder

膽汁,膽囊qapejux [PAN]

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apóg

lime (mineral)

石灰(礦物)qapuR [PAN]

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após

butt (cigarette), stump (candle); coals

煙頭(香煙)、煙蒂(蠟燭);煤epus [PMP]

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após

cigarette butt

煙頭qa(m)pus [PMP]

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ápo-ʔ

grandparent; sire; respectful title for old men or women; imp; a small human-like creature living in little earth mounds and possessing magical powers capable of turning people into animals such as toads, snakes

apu-q [PPH]apu

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apó-ʔ-on

grandparents; ancestors, forefathers

祖父母;祖先apu-en [PPH]apu

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apóʔ-on sa túhod

great grandparent

曾外祖父母tuhud [PMP]tuduS

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apyán

opium

鴉片借詞

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árak

whiskey, liquor, booze; wine

威士卡、酒、酒;葡萄酒借詞

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ar-aníh-an

harvest time

收穫時間qanih [PMP]qaniS

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aráy

ouch

哎喲aráy [PPH]

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arnís

art of self-defense using sticks and clubs; Philippine martial art

棍棒自衛術;菲律賓武術借詞

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ása

hope for or hope that

希望借詞

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asa-hán

hope for the success of

對成功的希望借詞

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ási

describing someone who is a show off

描述一個炫耀的人asi₂ [PWMP]

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asín

salt

qasiN [PAN]

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asin-án

salt shaker

鹽瓶qasin-an [PWMP]qasiN

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asin-ón

to salt

qasin-en [PWMP]qasiN

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asó

smoke, fumes

煙,煙qasu₃ [PMP]

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asód

help someone in pounding (rice, iron in a forge)

幫助某人搗碎(大米,鐵爐裏的鐵)qasúd [PPH]

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asod-án

help someone in pounding

幫助某人重擊qasud-án [PPH]qasúd

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asóg

an effeminate priest who speaks and attires himself like a woman, wears trinkets, and executes funny movements and provocative contortions during rituals offered to Aswang (witches) -- Bikol mythology

asug [PWMP]

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aswáŋ

devil or witch said to eat human flesh

魔鬼或巫婆說吃人肉借詞

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atá

rice bran

米糠qeta [PMP]qeCah

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átaŋ

a sacrifice offered to the #gugúraŋ (household spirits carried around on the person) as a sign of thanksgiving consisting of one tenth of the harvest, later eaten by participants in the ritual (Bikol mythology); gift, sacrifice

átaŋ₄ [PPH]átaŋ

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atí

low or ebb tide

落潮qeti₁ [PMP]

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atibáŋaw

horsefly, botfly; a large blue fly known for its annoying buzzing

馬蠅,肉蠅;一種以令人討厭的嗡嗡聲而聞名的藍色大蒼蠅qaCi- [PAN]

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ati-báŋaw

horsefly, botfly; a large blue fly known for its annoying buzzing

馬蠅,肉蠅;一種以令人討厭的嗡嗡聲而聞名的藍色大蒼蠅baŋaw [PAN]

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atipulo

kind of breadfruit: Artocarpus treculianus Elm. (Madulid 2001)

麵包果的種類:■Elm。(馬杜利德2001)qatipulu [PPH]

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átis

sugar apple: Anona squamosa

甜蘋果:南瓜借詞

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átis

sugar apple: Annona squamosa

甜蘋果:番荔枝借詞

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átis

sugar apple: Annona squamosa

甜蘋果:番荔枝借詞

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atob

trap to catch rats or wild pigs (Tsuchida 1976:167)

捕捉老鼠或野豬的陷阱(Tsuchida 1976:167)qaCeb [PAN]

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atóp

roof; thatch

屋頂qatep [PMP]

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atop-án

to roof, to thatch

屋頂,茅草屋qatep-an [PWMP]qatep

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atót

fart

放屁qetut [PMP]

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atubáŋ-an

front

前面atúbaŋ [PPH]

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ay

ah (exclamation)

啊(感嘆號)ai₂ [PAN]

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áyam

dog; canine

qayam₂ [PWMP]

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ayáw

divorce one another

離婚ayáw [PPH]

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ayún-an

to join (become a member of, associate with)

加入áyun [PPH]

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bábad

soak

浸泡bábad [PPH]

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bábaw

shallow, superficial

淺薄,膚淺babaw₂ [PWMP]

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bábaw

place something over or put something on top

把東西放在上面或放在上面babaw₃ [PAN]

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ba-báyi ~ ba-bahi

girl, woman, lady; female

女孩,女人,女人;女人ba-bahi [PAN]bahi

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babáʔ

short in height, squat, low

矮,蹲,低babaq₁ [PMP]

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báboy

wild boar

野豬babuy₃ [PAN]

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badát

full and unable to eat any more

飽了,不能再吃了

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badbád

disentangle, loosen (as a knot, a rope); unwind, uncoil

解開,鬆開(如結、繩);解開,解開bajbaj [PWMP]

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badíl

gun

借詞

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bága

embers

餘燼baRah [PMP]

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bagás

husked or milled rice, referring to the uncooked rice one generally buys, and then later cooks

糙米或碾碎的米,指人們通常購買的未煮熟的米,然後烹調beRas [PMP]

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bágay

fitting, proper, suitable (as clothes that match)

合身,合身,合身(如合身的衣服)bagay [PWMP]

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bágay

fitting, proper, suitable

合適的,合適的借詞

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bagáʔ

lung

baRaq₁ [PAN]

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bagbág

shipwrecked

沉船baRbaR [PWMP]

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bágo

before

之前baqeRu [PMP]baqeRuh

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bagóʔ

edema, dropsy

水腫,水腫baguq [PWMP]

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bagtás

traverse; cut across in walking (as across a field)

穿過;在行走中穿過(如穿過田野)be(R)tas [PMP]

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bagyó

typhoon, hurricane, gale, storm, tempest

颱風,颶風,大風,風暴,暴風雨baRiuS [PAN]

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bahág

loincloth, G-string

腰帶,丁字褲bahaR [PMP]

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báhaw

cold, referring only to food once served hot

冷的,只指熱的食物bahaw [PMP]baSaw

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baháʔ

flood

洪水bahaq₂ [PMP]baSaq

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bákaŋ

confused, disoriented

困惑,迷失方向bakaŋ₂ [PPH]

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bakáw-an

mangrove tree, having stilt-like roots and stems forming dense thickets along tidal shores: Rhizophora

bakehaw [PWMP]

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bákaʔ

maybe, perchance, perhaps, possibly; might

也許,也許,也許,也許;也許bakáq [PPH]

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bakbák

a large scab, ready to fall off; to peel (as sunburned skin)

一種大的結痂,容易脫落;剝落(如曬傷的皮膚)bakbak₁ [PMP]

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bakbak-án

peel something off

把東西剝掉bakbak-an [PWMP]bakbak₁

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bakláʔ

effeminate, gay, queer; a male homosexual

娘娘腔的、同志的、同志的;男性同性戀者借詞

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bákol

small basket, woven from bamboo, with four corners at the bottom and circular opening at the top

竹編小籃子,底部有四個角,頂部有圓形開口bakul₁ [PWMP]bakul

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baktín

pig (said in anger)

豬(生氣地說)baketin [PPH]

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baktót

carry on the back, carry piggyback

背上,背上beketut [PWMP]

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balád

be exposed to the sun; sunbathe, bask in the sun; dry in the sun, expose to the sun

曬太陽;日光浴,曬太陽;曬乾,曬太陽belaj [PWMP]

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balagbág

crosswise

橫向bala(R)báR [PPH]

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balágon

vine

balaRen [PWMP]

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balakbák

wide strips of the abaca or banana stalk used for tying

用來系結的寬條阿巴卡或香蕉莖噪聲

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balának

fish sp. found in rivers

河裏的魚balanak [PWMP]

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bálat

shellfish which breeds along the beaches

沿海灘繁殖的貝類balát [PPH]

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balátoŋ

long beans

長豆子balatuŋ [PWMP]

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baláw

small shrimp

小蝦balaw₁ [PPH]

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baláy

house, hut

房子,小屋balay [PMP]

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baláyi

in-laws

姻親balaqih [PPH]

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báli

join, become a member of ; affiliate with, associate with; engage in, partake of, participate in

加入,成為成員;與…有關聯;參與,參與báli [PPH]

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balí

equals (mathematics); all-in-all; adaptable

等於(數學);總而言之;可適應的借詞

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balík

back to front, inside out (of shoes on the wrong feet, gloves on the wrong hands); return; revert

balik₂ [PMP]

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baliktád

inverted, overturned, upside down; the opposite, reverse

倒置,翻轉,倒置;相反,倒置baliketád [PPH]

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baliŋbíŋ

starfruit: Averrhoa carambola

楊桃:楊桃baliŋbiŋ [PWMP]

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balisóŋ

fan-knife

扇形刀借詞

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balítaŋ

a tripod consisting of three stakes driven into the ground and serving as a holder for a pot (used for cooking when in the fields, on the trail, etc.)

bali(n)taŋ [PWMP]

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balítiʔ

banyan (plays a prominent part in legends and mythology, calling forth associations of the dark and evil)

balítiq [PPH]

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balnáw

to rinse, rinse off (as soap, dirt)

沖洗,沖洗(如肥皂、污垢)bal(e)ñáw [PPH]

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balnáw

rinse

漂洗

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baló

widow(er)

寡婦balu₄ [PMP]

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balód

ring dove

環鴿baluj [PMP]baRuj

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balós

take revenge on, get even with, retaliate against

報復,報復bales₁ [PAN]

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balós-balós

reciprocate

報答bales₁ [PAN]

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balyán, balyán-a

priestess (Bikol mythology)

女祭司(比科爾神話)balian [PWMP]

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balyó

go across, go over to the other side

走過去,到另一邊去baliw₁ [PMP]

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bambán

wild grass used in making baskets

用來編籃子的野草banban [PWMP]

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bambán

wild grass species (used in making baskets)

野生草種(用於編籃子)benben₂ [PWMP]

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banabá

timber-producing deciduous tree with light purple flowers

開淺紫色花的產木材落葉樹banabá [PPH]

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banál

devout, pious, religious

虔誠的,虔誠的,宗教的借詞

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bánat

to hit

擊中banat [PWMP]

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banáʔag

beam of light; moonlight, firelight

光束;月光,火光banaqaR [PMP]

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banhíʔ

rice seedling

水稻秧苗benehiq [PWMP]

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bani

a tree: Pongamia pinnata (L.) Merr., Fabaceae (Madulid 2001)

一棵樹:羽扇豆(L.)Merr.,豆科)(Madulid 2001)bani₂ [PPH]

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banóg

bash, hit hard, strike

猛擊,重擊,猛擊banéR [PPH]

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banság

alias, nickname (usually associated with looks, occupation or some other characteristics of the person)

ban(e)sag [PPH]

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bantóg-an

distinguished, famous, eminent, great, illustrious, notable, renowned, well-known; a celebrity

傑出的、著名的、傑出的、偉大的、傑出的、著名的、著名的、著名的;名人bantug [PPH]

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banwít

fish hook

魚鉤banuít [PPH]

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baŋgí

evening, night

晚上,晚上beRŋi [PMP]

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baŋkáy

the body of a dead person, corpse

死人的屍體baŋkay [PWMP]

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báŋon

get up, arise, rise; get out of bed; name someone after

起來,起來,起來;起床;以某人的名字命名baŋun₂ [PMP]baŋuN

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baŋón-on

help someone up

幫某人起來baŋun-en [PWMP]baŋuN

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baŋós

milkfish

乳魚baŋús [PPH]

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barakílan

cross-beam

橫樑barakílan [PPH]

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báraŋ

bewitch, cast a spell on someone using techniques similar to voodoo

施法,使用類似巫術的技能施法於某人噪聲

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baráŋay

division of a municipality, hamlet; medium-size boat

自治區,小村莊;中型船baraŋay [PWMP]

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bárat

bolt (as for a door)

門閂(如門)barat₁ [PAN]

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barétaʔ

news, tidings

新聞、消息借詞

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b-ar-isbís

to flow or run, referring only to rain water which runs from the roof #b-ar-isbis-an eaves

流動或奔跑,僅指從屋簷流出的雨水

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basáʔ

wet, damp, soggy

潮濕,潮濕,潮濕baseq [PMP]

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basáʔ-básaʔ

soaking wet, sodden

浸濕,濕透ma-base-baseq [PWMP]baseq

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basaʔ-on

to wet, dampen, drench, baste

弄濕basaq-en [PWMP]baseq

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basbás

whip

鞭子basbas₁ [PAN]

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básbás

to whip (beat, hit)

鞭打basbas₁ [PAN]

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basbás

a rite performed by the #balyána in which the body of the dead is washed with the water-softened leaves of the #lukbán (Pomelo) as part of a ritual purification; to exorcise someone

basbas₄ [PWMP]basbas₂

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basbás

clear a path, usually through tall grass

清理一條小路,通常穿過高高的草地basbas₃ [PWMP]

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bási

juice from the sugarcane (recorded in the 18th century)

甘蔗汁(18世紀記錄)bási [PPH]

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basóg

full, replete; describing someone who is unable to eat any more

飽的;描述不能再吃東西的人besuR [PAN]

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basóg-básog

very full

很飽的besuR [PAN]

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basog-ón

fill oneself up

充實自己besuR-en [PWMP]besuR

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básol

blame, censure, reprove; blame someone for

責備、責難、責備;責怪某人bes(e)qel [PPH]

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básol

blame, censure, reprove; blame someone

責備、責難、責備;責備某人básul [PPH]

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bataŋ-an

transverse beams tied to the posts of a house serving as a base for the floor

系在房屋柱子上作為地板底座的橫樑bataŋ-an [PWMP]bataŋ₁

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batbát

iron, wrought iron

鐵,熟鐵batbat [PWMP]

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bató

weight used in determining the weight and value of gold

用於測定黃金重量和價值的重量batu [PMP]batux

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bató

kidney

batu₂ [PMP]

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batók

to bark

吠叫batuk₁ [PMP]

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batók-batók-on

describing a dog that is always barking

描述一只總是叫的狗batuk batuk [PWMP]batuk₁

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báwal

forbidden, prohibited, taboo

禁止,禁止,禁忌借詞

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báyad

fee, gratuity, payment, rate, toll, wage

費用、酬金、付款、費率、通行費、薪水bayaD [PMP]

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bayád-an

to pay

支付bayaD [PMP]

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báyaʔ

stop doing something, abandon, disregard, dispense with, forego, leave off, relinquish, renounce; concede (as defeat)

噪聲

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baybáy

sand

baybáy [PPH]

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baybay-on

beach, coast, seashore, shore

海灘,海岸,海岸,海岸baybáy [PPH]

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báʔak

crevice, fissure, rift

裂縫,裂縫,裂口baqak₁ [PMP]

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baʔgaŋ

molar

臼齒bageqaŋ [PMP]

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baʔgó

before (in time); new

以前(及時);新的baqeRu [PMP]baqeRuh

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baʔŋóg

the smell of dung or excrement; the smell of mud containing rotten wood, leaves

糞便或糞便的氣味;含有腐爛的木頭、樹葉的泥土的氣味噪聲

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baʔóg

barren, infertile, sterile, describing someone who is unable to produce offspring

不能生育的,不能生育的,不能生育的,不能生育的báqug [PPH]

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báʔol

footlocker, trunk

後備箱擱腳板借詞

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baʔóʔo

turtle found in rivers and lakes

江河湖泊中發現的海龜baququ [PPH]

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biaya, biyáya

grace, blessing; generous; show generosity toward

恩典、祝福;慷慨;對借詞

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bibí

small freshwater clam sp.

淡水小蛤蜊。bibi₁ [PMP]bibi

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bi-bíŋka

cassava cake, traditionally cooked in an oven with fire on top and bottom

木薯蛋糕,傳統上在頂部和底部有火的烤箱中烹製借詞

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bi-bitáy-an

gallows

絞刑架bítay [PPH]

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bída

star, referring to the leading role in a play, movie

藝員,指戲劇、電影中的主角借詞

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bígaʔ

coarse plant with large leaves and thick trunk, producing edible stems and bulbs: Alocasia macrorrhiza

biRaq₁ [PMP]

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bigláʔ

abruptly, suddenly, unexpectedly; spontaneously; all-at-once

突然地,突然地,出乎意料地;自發地;同時地big(e)láq [PPH]

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bigláʔ-an

without advance warning

沒有事先警告big(e)láq [PPH]

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bíhag

captive, hostage; to capture (as during a war or raid); take hostage

俘虜,人質;俘虜(如在戰爭或突襲中);俘虜bihaR [PWMP]

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bihag-on

capture (as during a war or raid); take hostage

俘虜(如在戰爭或突襲中);劫持人質bihaR-en [PPH]bihaR

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bikaŋkáŋ

having the legs spread apart; spread the legs apart

把腿分開;把腿分開bikaŋkaŋ [PWMP]

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bikaʔkáʔ

having the legs spread apart

雙腿分開

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bílaŋ

count, enumerate, tally, total up

計數,計數,計數,總計bilaŋ₁ [PAN]

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biláŋgoʔ

officer of the peace, constable, sheriff

治安官,治安官,治安官借詞

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bilaŋ-on

to count, enumerate, tally, total up

數數,計數,計數,合計bilaŋ-en [PWMP]bilaŋ₁

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bilás

referring to the husband of one’s sister-in-law, or the wife of one’s brother-in-law

指嫂子的丈夫,或姐夫的妻子bilas [PPH]

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bilóg

circle, disk, ring, sphere; circular, globular, round, rotund, spherical; complete, entire, full (as the moon)

借詞

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biŋbíŋ

pull someone's ears in punishment or fun

為了懲罰或娛樂而拉扯某人的耳朵biŋbiŋ₂ [PWMP]

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biŋkóŋ

concave; shipwright's adze

凹面biŋkuŋ [PMP]

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bíra

violent stroke

劇烈中風bida [PWMP]

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biríbid

gnarled, twisted

扭曲的,扭曲的bidibid [PWMP]

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bírik

back to front

從後到前噪聲

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biró bigláʔ-an

describing someone who suddenly shows up from nowehere

描述一個突然出現的人big(e)láq [PPH]

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bítay

hang oneself to death; be hanged

絞死bítay [PPH]

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bitay-on

hang someone

吊死某人bitay-en [PPH]bítay

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bitáʔog

tree producing a wood used for the ribs of boats: Calophyllum

製造船肋骨用木材的樹:■bitaquR [PMP]

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bitáʔos

Wrightia pubescens R. (Madulid 2000)

毛腕(Madulid 2000)bitaqus [PWMP]

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bitbít

carry in the hand, tote

手拿,手拿bitbit₂ [PMP]bitbit

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bitbít-on

carry in the hand, tote

手拿,手拿bitbit-en [PWMP]bitbit

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bitík

spring trap consisting of a noose which is tightened and pulled when sprung, causing what is caught to hang until freed

bitik₁ [PMP]

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bitik-ón

to trap with a spring trap

用彈簧夾bitik₁ [PMP]

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bitín

suspend or hang someone up; fiesta game (the aim of which is to reach gifts hanging from a horizontal pole)

bítin [PPH]

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bitín-bítin

swing back and forth, as by the hands

來回擺動,如用手bítin-bítin [PPH]bítin

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bitín sawáŋ

snake, kind of boa constrictor

蛇,一種大蟒蛇bítin [PPH]

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bitís

foot

bities [PMP]

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bitúka

bowels, intestines, gut

腸,腸,腸bituka [PMP]biCuka

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bitúʔon

star in the sky)

天上的星星)bituqen [PAN]

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biʔás

internode of cane-like structures such as sugarcane, bamboo; bone length between two joints

甘蔗、竹子等甘蔗狀結構的節間;兩個關節之間的骨長度biqas [PWMP]

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biʔás

internode of cane-like structures such as sugarcane, bamboo; bone length between two joints

甘蔗、竹子等甘蔗狀結構的節間;兩個關節之間的骨長度借詞

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bóbo

clown, buffoon, jester

小丑小丑小丑小丑借詞

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bodéga

warehouse; storage room; shed; hold of a ship

倉庫;儲藏室;棚屋;船艙借詞

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bóla

ball

借詞

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bómba

bomb; sexy movies

炸彈;性感電影借詞

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bómba

pump

借詞

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bosína, busína

horn (of cars and other vehicles)

(汽車和其他車輛的)喇叭借詞

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bóto

vote; vote for

投票借詞

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botónes

button

按鈕借詞

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bóya

buoy

浮標借詞

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boʔot

mountain rat (Tsuchida 1976:136)

山鼠(築田1976:136)buhet [PAN]

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búbo

fish trap, four to five feet long and six to eight inches in diameter, made of rattan, used in rivers

bubu₂ [PAN]

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bubón

well

bubun₁ [PMP]bubun

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bubóŋ

metal strip covering the seam at the peak and edges of the roof; kind of grass used for roof thatching

bubuŋ₁ [PMP]

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bu-bulán-on

loony; also describing someone affected by periods of strange and unaccountable actions

瘋癲的;也描述受奇怪和不可解釋的行為影響的人bulan bulan-en [PWMP]bulaN

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bubuŋ-án

roof

屋頂bubuŋ-an [PMP]bubuŋ₁

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budbód

scatter, sprinkle (as seeds); to sow

撒,撒(如種子);播種budbud₁ [PMP]

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buga-n-án

a place to spit, particularly with reference to betel chewers

吐痰的地方吐痰的地方,尤指檳榔咀嚼者buRah-an [PMP]buReS

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búgaw

drive something away, usually referring to annoying animals or fowl; bodyguard; pimp

趕走某物,通常指討厭的動物或家禽;保鏢;皮條客buRaw [PAN]

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bugáw-on

drive something away, usually referring to annoying animals or fowl

趕走某物,通常指討厭的動物或家禽buRaw-en [PPH]buRaw

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bugkós

tie a knot in; tie something to something else; lash; tie up, bind, swathe; unite, unify, bring together

beRkes [PMP]

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bugnáy

fruit sp.

水果屬。buRnay [PWMP]

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bugók

rotten, referring only to eggs

腐爛的,只指雞蛋buRuk [PAN]

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bugón

goiter

甲狀腺腫噪聲

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bugrís

diarrhoea, loose bowels

腹瀉、腹瀉bug(e)ris [PPH]

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bugris-ón

describing someone who often has diarrhoea

描述一個經常腹瀉的人bug(e)ris [PPH]

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bugsók

steep

陡峭的buRsuk [PMP]

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bugsók

steep

陡峭的bug(e)suk [PPH]

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bugták

strike or hit

罷工或罷工beRták [PPH]

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bugtóŋ

the only child in a family

家裏唯一的孩子buR(e)túŋ [PPH]

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buhís

tax, duty, levy; pay a tax on or for; to sacrifice (as one's life for someone)

稅,稅,征;為…納稅;犧牲(作為某人的生命)buhis [PWMP]buhís

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buhók

hair, referring only to that on the head

頭髮,只指頭上的頭髮buhek [PMP]bukeS

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buhók maʔís

corn silk

玉米絲buhek [PMP]bukeS

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buhuk-ón

have a lot of hair on the head

頭上有很多頭髮buhek-en [PWMP]bukeS

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buká

to open, unlock, turn on, switch on (as radio, light)

打開、解鎖、打開、打開(如收音機、燈)buka [PMP]

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bukál

spring, natural flow of water

泉水,自然水流bukal₁ [PMP]bukal

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bukál

spring, a natural flow of water

泉水,自然的水流借詞

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310
bukaŋkáŋ

open (forced) at one end

一端打開(強制)bukaŋkaŋ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

311
bukás

open, ajar; on (as a radio, a light)

半開;開(如收音機、燈)bu(ŋ)kas [PMP]bukas

Mintz and Britanico 1985

312
bukbók

beat, hit, strike

打,打,打bukbuk₂ [PMP]

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313
bukbók

small brown insects which bore into wood or infest rice; wood borer, wood tick, weevil

鑽入木頭或侵染水稻的棕色小昆蟲;蛀蟲、蜱蟲、象鼻蟲bukbuk₃ [PMP]

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314
bukbok-án

fight

戰鬥bukbuk₂ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

315
bukbók-on

infested with small brown insects which bore into wood or infest rice

寄生有棕色的小昆蟲,能鑽入木頭或寄生在水稻上bukbuk-en [PWMP]bukbuk₃

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búkid

hill, mountain

山,山bukij [PAN]

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bukíd-búkid

knoll, small hill

小山丘bukij [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

318
buklád

to spread out (as a mat); turn pages (as in a book); unroll, unfold, unfurl

展開展開(如墊子);翻頁(如在書中);展開、展開、展開buk(e)lad [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

319
bukó

node (as in bamboo); knot (in wood)

節(如竹子);結(木)bukuh [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

320
buko-bukó

joints (of the body), ankle

關節(身體的),腳踝buku buku [PMP]bukuh

Mintz and Britanico 1985

321
búkol

bump, lump (referring only to that on the body or head)

腫塊,腫塊(僅指身體或頭部的腫塊)buŋkul [PMP]

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búkol

bump; lump (referring only to that on the body or head)

腫塊(僅指身體或頭部的腫塊)bu(ŋ)kul [PWMP]

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bukól-bukól-an

large bump or lump

大腫塊buŋkul-en [PWMP]buŋkul

Mintz and Britanico 1985

324
buktót

hunchback; hunchbacked, slouched

駝背;駝背,懶散buk(e)tút [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

325
bula

Philippine mahogany: Shorea albus Foxw.

菲律賓桃花心木:■Foxw。bulah [PMP]buleS

Mintz and Britanico 1985

326
bulák-bugák

gurgle, gush out

咕嚕,噴出來

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327
bulalákaw

meteor, shooting star

流星,流星bulalákaw₂ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

328
búlan

moon, month

月,月bulan₃ [PMP]bulaN

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bulán-an

monthly

月刊bulan-an [PWMP]bulaN

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bulán-búlan

every month, monthly

每月,每月bulan-bulan₂ [PMP]bulaN

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bulán-on

loony; also describing someone affected by periods of strange and unaccountable actions

瘋癲的;也描述受奇怪和不可解釋的行為影響的人bulan-en [PWMP]bulaN

Mintz and Britanico 1985

332
búlaŋ

spur of a fighting cock; cockfight

鬥雞;鬥雞bulaŋ [PWMP]

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333
buláŋ-an

cockfight arena

鬥雞場bulaŋ [PWMP]

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334
buláte

roundworm, ascaris

蛔蟲bulati [PMP]

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335
bulatí-on

describing someone with roundworms; get or suffer from roundworms

描述有蛔蟲的人;受到或遭受蛔蟲的折磨bulati [PMP]

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336
buláw

sandy colored, gold colored; blond; albino

沙色,金色;金色;白化病bulaw [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

337
buláw-an

gold

bulaw-an [PAN]bulaw

Mintz and Britanico 1985

338
bulaw-ón

describing something that is sandy colored or gold colored

描述沙色或金色的事物bulaw [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

339
bulból

pubic hair

陰毛bulbúl [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

340
buldíŋ

describing someone blind in one eye

描述某人一只眼失明bul(e)díŋ [PPH]

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341
búlig

help someone carry something

幫別人搬東西bulig [PWMP]

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342
búlig

help someone carry something

幫別人搬東西maR-búlig [PPH]bulig

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búlig

the fruiting stem of the banana, filled with bunches of bananas

香蕉的果梗,裝滿一束束香蕉buliR [PMP]

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344
bulig-an

help someone carry something

幫別人搬東西bulig-an [PPH]bulig

Mintz and Britanico 1985

345
bulíʔ

vagina

陰道buliq₂ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

346
bulnáw

rinse, rinse off (as soap, dirt)

沖洗,沖洗(如肥皂、污垢)

Mintz and Britanico 1985

347
bulód

hill

小山bulud₃ [PMP]buled₁

Mintz and Britanico 1985

348
bulóŋ

medicine

醫學buluŋ₂ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

349
búlos

to flow, to run (water)

流動,流動(水)bulus [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

350
bulyáw

shout out something in anger

憤怒地喊出什麼借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

351
bumbón, bunbón

scrub, wood or bamboo which block or obstruct rivers

阻塞或阻塞河流的灌木、木頭或竹子bunbun [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

352
bunót

coconut husk

椰子殼bunut₁ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

353
bunoʔ-án

abattoir, slaughterhouse

屠宰場bunuq-an₁ [PWMP]buNuq₂

Mintz and Britanico 1985

354
bunoʔ-ón

to butcher; to stab

屠夫;刺殺bunuq-en [PWMP]buNuq₂

Mintz and Britanico 1985

355
buntól

irresolute, slow in making up one's mind

猶豫不決,遲遲不作決定butul [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

356
buntót

rear part of a chicken from where the tail feathers grow

雞尾部尾羽生長的地方buntut₁ [PMP]buntut

Mintz and Britanico 1985

357
bunyág

baptism, christening

洗禮,洗禮buniag [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

358
búŋa

fruit; areca palm and nut; betel nut: Areca catechu

水果;檳榔和堅果;檳榔:檳榔buŋa [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

359
buŋáŋaʔ

crater, orifice; opening of a bottle, jar; mouth (of a jar); blurt something out

火山口,孔口;瓶子的開口,罐子;口;脫口而出buŋáŋaq [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

360
buŋáw

unconscious, knocked out

昏迷,昏迷buŋaw₁ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

361
búŋaw

scrotum, said in anger; penis (vulgar)

陰囊,憤怒地說;陰莖(粗俗的)buŋaw₂ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

362
búŋaw mo

a curse

詛咒buŋaw₂ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

363
buŋíʔ

harelip; deformed, dented, disfigured

唇裂;變形、凹陷、毀容buŋiq [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

364
buŋkál

turn over the soil, break ground; dig something out of the ground; uproot

翻土,開墾;從地裏挖東西;連根拔起噪聲

Mintz and Britanico 1985

365
búŋot

hair; the long ends of a moustache

頭髮;鬍子的長端buŋut [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

366
buŋóʔ

skeleton, skull

骷髏,頭骨buŋuq [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

367
buŋóʔ

skeleton, skull

骷髏,頭骨噪聲

Mintz and Britanico 1985

368
buŋurán

k.o. sweet green banana

k、o.甜綠香蕉buŋuran [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

369
buŋurán

sweet green banana species

甜綠香蕉借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

370
búrak

flower, blossom

花,花bujak [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

371
burí

talipot palm, sp. of tree having a spreading crown of fanlike leaves: Corypha umbraculifera

有扇形葉展開樹冠的樹的一種護身符棕櫚:■buri₁ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

372
buríkat

dilated, wide open (the eyes)

睜大(眼睛)噪聲

Mintz and Britanico 1985

373
burík-butík

spot, dot, fleck

斑點,斑點,斑點burik [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

374
burík-butík

spot, dot, fleck

斑點,斑點,斑點butik [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

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burik-butik-ón

spotted, dotted, mottled

斑點,斑點,斑駁burik [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

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burik-butik-ón

spotted, dotted, mottled

斑點,斑點,斑駁butik [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

377
buríŋ

carbon, soot, or mud used by revelers to mark themselves during the three carnival days preceding Lent; any animal with grayish stripes

budiŋ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

378
buríŋ

animal (sp.) with gray stripes

有灰色條紋的動物buriŋ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

379
buró-buʔáya

large green ground lizard with a yellow stripe

黃色條紋的大型綠色地蜥蜴buqaya [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

380
buród

languid, listless, sluggish, torpid, phlegmatic

慵懶,無精打采,懶散,麻木,痰burúj [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

381
b-ur-usóg-an

tug-of-war

拔河busuR₁ [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

382
busbós

fall from or run out of (as rice from a ripped sack); referring to the spilling out of contents when something is cut open

busbus [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

383
busbós na sáko

a leaking sack

漏袋busbus [PMP]

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384
busbus-ón

ripped open, slashed, slit

撕開,撕開,撕開busbus-en [PWMP]busbus

Mintz and Britanico 1985

385
búsiyo

goiter

甲狀腺腫噪聲

Mintz and Britanico 1985

386
busíʔ

to slit, tear, rip

撕開busiq [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

387
busóg

bow (for shooting arrows)

弓(射箭用)busuR₂ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

388
busón

mailbox, postbox

郵箱,郵箱借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

389
búta

blind

失明的buta₁ [PMP]buCa

Mintz and Britanico 1985

390
butáka

rocking chair

搖椅借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

391
butandíŋ

whale sp.

鯨魚屬。butandiŋ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

392
butá-on

to blind

盲目的buta-en mata [PMP]buCa

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393
butbót

look through carefully for something, go through

仔細地找,找butbut₂ [PMP]buCbuC

Mintz and Britanico 1985

394
butbót

hoot, sound of an owl

貓頭鷹的叫聲butbut₁ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

395
butbot-on

look through carefully for something

仔細找找butbut-en [PPH]buCbuC

Mintz and Britanico 1985

396
butikíʔ

house lizard, gecko

壁虎butikíq [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

397
butíti

tadpole; species of large-bellied fish: Tetradon lunaris; large-bellied

蝌蚪;大腹魚的種類:月形四葉蟲butiti [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

398
bútod

referring usually to fish, dead and bloated, found floating in the water; may be applicable to other animals found in a similar condition; foul smell of rotten fish; putrid

buntuD [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

399
butóg

swollen, puffy, bulging; bladder, balloon

腫脹、腫脹、鼓脹;膀胱、氣球buntuR [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

400
butóŋ

species of small bamboo

小竹種betuŋ₁ [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

401
bútoŋ

medium-sized tree with white flowers, large leaves and a large oval fruit from which a fish poison is extracted: Barringtonia asiatica

butuŋ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

402
bútoʔ

prick, cock, penis (vulgar)

刺痛,公雞,陰莖(粗俗)butuq [PMP]buCuq

Mintz and Britanico 1985

403
búyoʔ

vine sp. whose leaf is used as part of the mixture of betel nut and lime called #mamáʔ

一種藤蔓植物,其葉子被用作檳榔和石灰混合物的一部分,稱為#mamʔbuyuq [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

404
buʔáya

crocodile; describing someone who lacks team spirit, someone who is always hogging the ball

鱷魚;形容缺乏團隊精神的人,總是搶球的人buqaya [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

405
buʔbóʔ

to douse, pour water on

潑水buqbuq [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

406
buʔní

ringworm, herpes

癬、皰疹buqeni [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

407
buʔól

heel

腳後跟buqel [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

408
da-datŋ-ón

an epileptic

癲癇病人dateŋ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

409
dádos

dice

骰子借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

410
dága

knife, dagger

刀,匕首借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

411
dagámi

straw

稻草zaRami [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

412
dágat

ocean, sea

海洋,海洋daRat [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

413
dagáʔ

earth, land, soil

土,地,土daReq [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

414
dágom

needle

zaRum [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

415
dágos

then, and then; afterwards

然後,然後;之後dágus₁ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

416
d〈ag〉uldól

thunder

打雷duldúl₂ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

417
dáhon

leaf, foliage; page

葉,葉;頁數dahun [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

418
dáhon nin tubó

whip snake (small, green and poisonous)

鞭蛇(小、綠、毒)dahun [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

419
dakít-an

to move to a different house

搬到另一所房子dákit [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

420
dakól

many, much, plenty, a lot; abundant, bountiful

很多,很多,很多,很多;很多,很多dakél [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

421
dalágan

to run, dash, scamper, scurry; gallop, jog, lope, trot

跑、沖、跑、匆匆;跑、跑、跑dalágan [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

422
dálan

path, track, trail; road, thoroughfare, way

小徑,小徑,小徑zalan [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

423
dálan-dálan

path, trail

小徑,小徑zalan-zalan [PAN]zalan

Mintz and Britanico 1985

424
dalísay

high quality gold

優質黃金dalísay [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

425
dalupániʔ

fish sp.: Leiognathus insigniator

魚sp.:萊奧納特斯標誌dalupániq [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

426
dalúpaŋ

shrub with pink flowers and sweet smelling fruit, producing fibers useful in making sacking or paper: Urena lobata

dalúpaŋ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

427
dáma

checkers

跳棋借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

428
dámot

referring to the accumulation of many things

指許多事物的積累dámut [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

429
dánaw

lake; lagoon

湖;瀉湖danaw [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

430
danáʔ

a trail or pathway formed by people or animals continually passing over the same place

小徑人或動物在同一地方不斷經過而形成的小徑或小徑danáq₁ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

431
daŋdáŋ

go near a fire to warm up, dry off

走近火堆取暖,晾乾daŋdaŋ₁ [PMP]daŋdaŋ

Mintz and Britanico 1985

432
daŋdaŋ-ón

be reheated, be placed near a fire to warm up

再加熱,放在火爐旁加熱daŋdaŋ-en [PWMP]daŋdaŋ

Mintz and Britanico 1985

433
daŋóg

reputation

名聲deŋeR [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

434
daŋóg-dáŋog

clearly audible

清晰可聽deŋeR [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

435
daŋóg-daŋóg

hearsay, innuendo

傳聞,影射deŋeR [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

436
daŋog-ón

to listen to

deŋeR-en [PPH]deŋeR

Mintz and Britanico 1985

437
dapán

sole of the foot

腳底dapan [PMP]dapaN

Mintz and Britanico 1985

438
dápat

must, ought to, should; to be obliged to, required to; it is necessary or essential that

必須,應當,應當;必須,必須;必須dapat₄ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

439
dapáʔ

stack of rice in the field

田裏的一堆米噪聲

Mintz and Britanico 1985

440
dapdáp

tree with red, pea-shaped flowers growing in dense clusters, possessing long pods, smooth, gray bark, and young branches with prickles; wood used in fencing and for boundary posts: the Indian coral tree, Erythrina indica

dapdap₁ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

441
dapít-on

to escort the dead (priests)

護送死者(牧師)dapit [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

442
dapóg

hearth, a place for cooking; kitchen

壁爐,做飯的地方;廚房dapuR₁ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

443
dapóʔ-an

a perch, roost

棲木dapuq [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

444
da-rága

young, unmarried woman; maiden, damsel, lass

年輕的未婚女子;少女、少女、少女da-daRa [PWMP]daRa₂

Mintz and Britanico 1985

445
darusdus-án

sliding board, chute; playground slide

滑板、滑道;遊樂場滑道darusdús [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

446
datóŋ

to arrive; epilepsy

到達;癲癇dateŋ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

447
datoŋ-án

the main entrance to a town

城鎮的主要入口dateŋ-an [PWMP]dateŋ

Mintz and Britanico 1985

448
dáto-ʔ

(archaic) headman, chief; also referring to the rich and influential members of pre-Hispanic Bikol society

datu [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

449
dawa

even if, even though

即使,即使dawa [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

450
dayaŋdáŋ

a tree with greenish-white flowers, a smooth leathery fruit and a poisonous sap: Lophopetalum toxicum

dayaŋdáŋ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

451
dáyaʔ

deceit, guile

欺騙,詭計借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

452
dáʔan

old, referring only to things; stale (as bread)

陳舊的,僅指事物;不新鮮的(如麵包)daqan₂ [PMP]daqaN

Mintz and Britanico 1985

453
daʔí

no, not (verbal sentences)

不,不是(口頭句子)qazi [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

454
daʔí in-anó

intact, untouched

完好無損in-anu [PWMP]-nu₁

Mintz and Britanico 1985

455
daʔi ma-bílaŋ

countless, incalculable, innumerable, myriad

數不清,數不清,數不清,數不清ma-bilaŋ [PPH]bilaŋ₁

Mintz and Britanico 1985

456
daʔi ma-káya

incapable or unable to do something

不能或不能做某事kaya [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

457
daʔí-ŋ púsoʔ

heartless, callous, cold, hardhearted

無情無情冷酷無情pusuq₁ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

458
dáʔo

a tree: Dracontomelum dao

一棵樹:龍膽刀daqu₁ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

459
dedál

thimble

頂針借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

460
dikít

little, few, a drop, some, scant, meager, etc.

很少,很少,一滴,一些,很少,微薄,等等。dikit [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

461
dikít dikít

little-by-little, bit-by-bit, gradual(ly)

一點一點慢慢地dikit dikit [PWMP]dikit

Mintz and Britanico 1985

462
dílaʔ

tongue

舌頭dilaq₁ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

463
dílis

long-jawed anchovy: Stelophorus commersoni

長下巴鳳尾魚:商業石斑魚dilis [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

464
dítaʔ

plant sp. possessing a milky sap commonly used as a poison placed on tips of arrows

具有乳狀汁液的植物,通常用作放在箭尖上的毒藥dítaq [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

465
dúda

doubt, qualm, suspicion

懷疑,疑慮,懷疑借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

466
du-duwá

only two

只有兩個duha [PMP]duSa

Mintz and Britanico 1985

467
dúgi

fish bone, spine of a fish

魚骨,魚的脊骨duRi [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

468
dugmón

nest of rats or rat-like animals

老鼠窩dug(e)mún [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

469
dugóʔ

blood

zuRuq [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

470
dukdók

pound or crush, usually with a pestle

搗碎或壓碎,通常用杵dekdek [PMP]dekdek₁

Mintz and Britanico 1985

471
dukdók

to pound or crush, usually with a pestle

搗碎通常用杵搗碎dukduk₂ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

472
dukót

to glue, paste, or stick something

粘、糊或粘某物deket₁ [PMP]dekeC

Mintz and Britanico 1985

473
dukóʔ

bend over, stoop

彎腰,彎腰dukuq [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

474
dukóʔ

bend over, stoop

彎腰,彎腰

Mintz and Britanico 1985

475
duldól

scabies

疥瘡偶然性

Mintz and Britanico 1985

476
dulí-dulí

cicada

dulí-dulí [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

477
dulóm

the dark of the moon; the period with no moonlight

月亮的黑暗;沒有月光的時期dulem [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

478
dulós

guitar string

吉他弦deles [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

479
dúlut

gift, donation

捐贈dúlut [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

480
duŋán

concurrent, coinciding, simultaneous, together

同時的,同時的,同時的deŋan [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

481
dúŋon

tree producing timber for pilings, foundations, etc., and bearing a boat-shaped acidic fruit: Heritiera littoralis

duŋun [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

482
dupá

an arm’s length

臂長depah [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

483
dupa-on

to measure with the arm

用手臂量測depa-en [PWMP]depah

Mintz and Britanico 1985

484
dúron

locust

蝗蟲dúdun [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

485
duron-on

be eaten or destroyed by locusts

被蝗蟲吃掉或毀壞dúdun [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

486
dusók

compact, compressed, condensed, packed

緊湊、壓縮、濃縮、包裝

Mintz and Britanico 1985

487
duwá

two; both

兩個;兩個duha [PMP]duSa

Mintz and Britanico 1985

488
duwá dúwa

only two

只有兩個duha duha₁ [PMP]duSa

Mintz and Britanico 1985

489
dúyan

cradle, hammock

搖籃、吊床dúyan [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

490
gabaʔ-ón

to destroy, to level, to raze

摧毀,夷平,夷為平地Rebaq-en [PPH]Rebaq

Mintz and Britanico 1985

491
gabók

rotten (wood)

腐爛的(木頭)Rabuk [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

492
gabót

pull up or out (as weeds, gray hairs)

拔掉或拔出(如雜草、白髮)Rabut [PMP]RabuC

Mintz and Britanico 1985

493
gadót

compact, compressed

緊湊,壓縮

Mintz and Britanico 1985

494
gakud-án

to tie something to

把某物系在Rakéd [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

495
gamót

root

Ramut₁ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

496
gápas

sickle, used generally for harvesting rice

鐮刀,通常用於收割水稻gápas [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

497
gapás-on

to cut with a sickle

用鐮刀割gápas [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

498
gapós-on

to manacle; to tie the hands or feet

束縛;束縛手腳Rapus-en [PWMP]Rapus

Mintz and Britanico 1985

499
garáŋ-gasáŋ

jagged

參差不齊的garaŋ-gasaŋ [PMP]garaŋ₂

Mintz and Britanico 1985

500
garápa

wide-mouthed bottle or jar; carafe, decanter

廣口瓶或廣口瓶借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

501
gása

gauze; the bag-like wick of pressure lanterns

紗布借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

502
gásaŋ

a jagged stone; broken bits of stone or shell chips

參差不齊的石頭;碎石或貝殼碎片gásaŋ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

503
gasgás

abrasion

磨損RasRas [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

504
gaták

split, cracked

分裂,破裂gatak [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

505
gaták

split, cracked

分裂,破裂getak [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

506
gaták

to split (as a glass, dry land)

裂開(如玻璃、幹地)Retak [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

507
gaták

split, cracked

分裂,破裂

Mintz and Britanico 1985

508
gatól

an itch

gatel [PMP]gaCel

Mintz and Britanico 1985

509
gatóŋ-an

to stoke, to add fuel to

加油gatuŋ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

510
gatós

hundred

一百Ratus [PMP]RaCus

Mintz and Britanico 1985

511
gáway

poisonous tentacles of the jellyfish

水母的有毒觸鬚gaway₁ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

512
gáyad

hem

借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

513
gayák

plan, intention

計畫、意圖gayák [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

514
gáʔod

type of small boat containing two men, one who uses an oar to row and one who uses an oar to steer

一種小船,有兩個人,一個用槳划船,一個用槳掌舵gáqud [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

515
gibón

small mound of earth in which seeds are placed

一個小土堆,裏面有種子Ri(m)bun [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

516
gibón

small mound of soil in which seeds are planted

播種的小土堆

Mintz and Britanico 1985

517
gíboŋ-sikát

a feat

壯舉sikát [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

518
gílid

edge, margin, perimeter, rim

邊緣,邊緣,周長,邊緣gílij [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

519
gilíŋ-an

grinding stone, mill

磨石giliŋ-an [PWMP]giliŋ

Mintz and Britanico 1985

520
gilíŋ-on

to grind or mill grains

碾磨giliŋ-en [PWMP]giliŋ

Mintz and Britanico 1985

521
gimbál

large drum native to the Philippines

原產於菲律賓的大鼓gimbal [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

522
gi-nháwa

breath, respiration

呼吸,呼吸nihawa [PMP]NiSawa

Mintz and Britanico 1985

523
gi-rumdum-ón

to reminisce about, to call to mind

回憶,回憶demdem₁ [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

524
gisgis

rub (as against a wall, tree) to relieve an itch

擦(如在牆上、樹上)止癢gisgis₁ [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

525
gisíʔ

a tear (as in a shirt); torn

撕裂(如襯衫上的);撕裂Risiq [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

526
gugón

spear grass; cogon; a species of erect grass 30-80 cm. high with solid slender stems and long linear leaves used for roofing: Imperata cylindrica

guRun [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

527
gúgoʔ

a tree possessing a bark which may be used in preparing an anti-dandruff shampoo: Entada phaseolus

gúguq [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

528
gukón

hot pad; wooden or bamboo shield placed beneath a pot to keep it from burning or dirtying the table

熱墊;放在鍋下的木制或竹制的保護罩,以防止鍋燃燒或弄髒桌子Reken [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

529
gumól

wrestle with one another

互相扭打gumul [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

530
guntíŋ

scissors; A-beam (carpentry)

剪刀;A型梁(木工)借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

531
guráŋ

old (humans, animals); aged, old

老年人(人、動物);老年人Rudaŋ [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

532
gusók

rib

肋骨Rusuk [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

533
gutíɁ

popped rice or corn

爆米花Retiq [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

534
guyáʔguyáʔ

shake something

搖動某物guyaq [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

535
guyoŋ

to shake (as a house, a tree to bring the fruit down, etc.)

搖動(如房子、樹等)Ruyuŋ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

536
ha-

adjectival affix prefixed to adjectives denoting height, length, and depth

形容詞前的形容詞詞綴,表示高度、長度和深度ha-₁ [PMP]ha-

Mintz and Britanico 1985

537
ha-

affix prefixed to adjectives denoting height, length and depth

在表示高度、長度和深度的形容詞前加上詞綴ha-₂ [PMP]Sa-₁

Mintz and Britanico 1985

538
habágat

south wind

南風habaRat [PMP]SabaRat

Mintz and Britanico 1985

539
habán

carry something cradled in cloth high on the back near the shoulders (as one might carry a small child)

heban [PMP]SebaN

Mintz and Britanico 1985

540
habl-ón

be woven; woven cloth

織布habel-en [PWMP]habél

Mintz and Britanico 1985

541
haból

the weave of cloth

織物habél [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

542
haból-an

loom

織布機habel-án [PPH]habél

Mintz and Britanico 1985

543
hadám

borrow

hezam [PMP]Sezam

Mintz and Britanico 1985

544
hadam-on

to borrow

借錢hedam-en [PPH]Sezam

Mintz and Britanico 1985

545
hadók

a kiss

一個吻hajek [PMP]Sajek

Mintz and Britanico 1985

546
hadók-an

to kiss

親吻hajek-an [PPH]Sajek

Mintz and Britanico 1985

547
hagdán

stair, step

樓梯,臺階haRezan [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

548
hagkós

belt; strap

皮帶hag(e)kes [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

549
hagúŋ-húŋ

to hum (something), to buzz

嗡嗡聲haRuŋ [PMP]SaRuŋ

Mintz and Britanico 1985

550
hákot

to transport, usually by carrying

運輸,通常通過運送hakut [PMP]SakuC

Mintz and Britanico 1985

551
hakót-hakót

species of wasp nesting in wood

木材築巢黃蜂種類hakut hakut [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

552
halát

wait, wait for

等等,等等借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

553
haláw

drive away (as annoying animals, people)

開車離開(作為討厭的動物,人)halaw [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

554
hálon

to swallow

吞咽

Mintz and Britanico 1985

555
hamák

mat

墊子hamak [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

556
hamak-án

spread a mat on

鋪上墊子hamak [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

557
(h)ambód

to wrap, to band; bandage

包紮;包紮hambej [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

558
hambóg

boastful, conceited

自負的hambúg [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

559
hamís

sweet

甜的hemis [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

560
hampák

to lash, whip, flagellate

鞭打hampak [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

561
hamták

long bean species

長豆種hametak [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

562
hanáw

wash the hands or feet

洗手或洗腳heñaw [PMP]Señaw

Mintz and Britanico 1985

563
ha-ntík

large black ant which may sting when disturbed

大型黑色螞蟻,受到干擾時可能會蜇人me(n)tik [PMP]me(n)tik (X + me(n)tik

Mintz and Britanico 1985

564
haŋál

stupid, idiotic

愚蠢,白癡借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

565
háŋos

inhale or exhale; breathe, sigh

吸氣或呼氣haŋus₁ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

566
haŋós-haŋós

pant, be out of breath, be winded

氣喘吁吁haŋus₁ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

567
háŋot

the smell of green wood; the smell of certain unidentifiable odors in the air; the taste of certain vegetables like celery, carrots

haŋut [PAN]Saŋut

Mintz and Britanico 1985

568
haŋót

eat something tough by pulling at it with the teeth

用牙齒咬硬的東西haŋút [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

569
haŋús-on

take in a breath of air

吸一口氣haŋus-en [PWMP]haŋus₁

Mintz and Britanico 1985

570
hápag

pursue, chase

追,追噪聲

Mintz and Britanico 1985

571
hapág-on

be chased, pursued

被追趕hapáR-en [PPH]hápaR

Mintz and Britanico 1985

572
hapdíʔ

smarting or burning of the eyes

眼睛刺痛或灼熱hapejiq [PMP]Sapejiq

Mintz and Britanico 1985

573
hapdós

pain

疼痛hapejes [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

574
hapgós

rub something off

擦掉一些東西hapRus [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

575
hápin

lining; insulation, padding; layer, ply, veneer; (fig.) eat or drink something to line the stomach before drinking liquor

hapin [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

576
hápin

lining; insulation, padding; layer, ply, veneer; to line (as shelves, boxes)

襯裏;絕緣、襯墊;層、層、單板;到線(如架子、盒子)噪聲

Mintz and Britanico 1985

577
hapín-an

to line (as shelves, boxes); to pad, insulate

排成一行(如架子、盒子);墊上、絕緣hapin-an [PPH]hapin

Mintz and Britanico 1985

578
hápon

afternoon

下午hápun [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

579
ha-rárom

deep, profound

深刻的dalem [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

580
ha-rárom

deep, profound

深刻的ma-dalem [PAN]dalem

Mintz and Britanico 1985

581
harígi

post, pillar, column

柱、柱、柱hadiRi [PMP]SadiRi

Mintz and Britanico 1985

582
haruʔán

freshwater fish sp.,

淡水魚屬。,haruqan [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

583
hasók

plant rice or corn seeds by placing them in a hole made by a pole; referring only to upland field cultivation carried out at present primarily by minority groups

hasek₁ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

584
hasók

plant rice or corn seeds by placing them in a hole made by a pole

把稻子或玉米種子放在由杆子做成的洞裏hesek₁ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

585
hasok-ánhask-án

upland rice or corn fields

旱稻或玉米地hesek-án [PPH]hesek₁

Mintz and Britanico 1985

586
hatód

to escort, conduct; to convoy; convey or deliver; bring or accompany to a particular place

護送、指揮;護送;運送或運送;帶或陪同到某一特定的地方hateD [PMP]SateD

Mintz and Britanico 1985

587
hatsiŋ

sneeze

打噴嚏噪聲

Mintz and Britanico 1985

588
háwak

body, torso, physique; stalk of plants; shaft of an arrow

身體,軀幹,體格;植物莖;箭杆hawak [PMP]Sawak

Mintz and Britanico 1985

589
háyop

animal; beast, creature

動物;野獸,動物hayep [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

590
hayóp

blow something away

把東西吹走hayup [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

591
hayóp

blow something away; blow on something

吹走某物heyup [PMP]Seyup

Mintz and Britanico 1985

592
hayop-an

place of blowing

吹氣地點heyup-an [PMP]Seyup

Mintz and Britanico 1985

593
hayop-ón

blow something away, blow on

把東西吹走,吹下去heyup-en [PWMP]Seyup

Mintz and Britanico 1985

594
haʔgók

take deep breaths, as one tired or ill with asthma; to gasp

深呼吸,如因氣喘而疲倦或生病的人;喘氣heqeguk [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

595
háʔlu

pounding stick for rice; pestle

碾米棒qahelu [PMP]qaSelu

Mintz and Britanico 1985

596
hidám

to borrow

借錢hinzam [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

597
higdáʔ

lie down, repose

躺下,休息hideRáq [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

598
hígop

to siphon, sip

吸,吸hiRup [PMP]SiRup

Mintz and Britanico 1985

599
hígop-on

be siphoned, sipped by

被吸管吸食hiRup-en [PWMP]SiRup

Mintz and Britanico 1985

600
higót

taut, tight; tense

緊繃的;緊張的hiRét [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

601
higót

taut, tight, tense

緊張,緊張,緊張higút [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

602
higót-an

tighten a part of something

收緊某物的一部分hiRet-an [PPH]hiRét

Mintz and Britanico 1985

603
higpít

strict, tight (as regulations); drastic, harsh, rigid, stringent

嚴格的,嚴格的(如規定);嚴厲的,嚴厲的,嚴格的hig(e)pít [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

604
higpít-on

be enforced (as regulations), be tightened (as restrictions)

執行(作為規定),收緊(作為限制)hig(e)pít-en [PPH]hig(e)pít

Mintz and Britanico 1985

605
híkaw

earrings

耳環借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

606
híkot

net, now primarily used for fishing, but in the past used for hunting as well

網,現在主要用於捕魚,但過去也用於打獵hiket [PMP]Siket

Mintz and Britanico 1985

607
híkot

net, now primarily used for fishing, but in the past used for hunting as well

網,現在主要用於捕魚,但過去也用於打獵hiket [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

608
hikót-on

be made into a net from

製成網hiket-en [PWMP]Siket

Mintz and Britanico 1985

609
híla

a work song sung when pulling or hauling

拉或拖時唱的工作歌hilah [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

610
híla

work song sung when pulling or hauling

拉拽時唱的工作歌噪聲

Mintz and Britanico 1985

611
hiláp-on

to slice meat

切肉hilap-en [PPH]hilap

Mintz and Britanico 1985

612
hiláw

raw, half-cooked (meat, vegetables); immature (fruits, vegetables)

生的、半熟的(肉、蔬菜);不成熟的(水果、蔬菜)hiláw [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

613
hilíŋ

a look; look at, look over, admire

看;看,看,欣賞hiliŋ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

614
hilíŋ

a look; look at, look over, admire

看;看,看,欣賞iliŋ₂ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

615
hílo

poison

毒藥hilu [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

616
hílom

in secret; clandestine, covert, furtive, surreptitious

秘密的;秘密的,秘密的,偷偷摸摸的lihem [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

617
himsáʔ

to hatch

填充

Mintz and Britanico 1985

618
hin-

prefix which conveys the meaning of removing something

表示移除某物的意思的首碼hin- [PMP]Sin-

Mintz and Britanico 1985

619
hinóg

ripe, mature

成熟,成熟hinuR [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

620
h-in-úmay

the dish prepared in this way}

用這種方法準備的菜}hemay [PMP]Semay

Mintz and Britanico 1985

621
hiŋ-kuku-hón

to clean the nails

清理指甲kukuh [PMP]kuSkuS₁

Mintz and Britanico 1985

622
hiŋ-tuli-ón

to clean wax from the ears

清除耳垢tuli₁ [PMP]Culi

Mintz and Britanico 1985

623
hípag, ípag

sister-in-law

嫂子hipaR₁ [PMP]hipaR

Mintz and Britanico 1985

624
hípaʔ

wait for in hiding; ambush, waylay, spring upon, set upon; to lurk, skulk, slink, sneak

躲起來等待;埋伏,迂回,突然,開始;潛伏,躲藏,偷跑,偷跑hipaʔ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

625
hísoʔ

rub dirt off the body with a stone while bathing

洗澡時用石頭把身上的污垢擦掉hisuq [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

626
hítaʔ

groin

腹股溝hitaq [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

627
hítoʔ

freshwater catfish sp.

淡水鯰魚。hituq [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

628
híwaʔ

to slice meat

切肉híwaq [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

629
hiwáʔ-an

slice meat

肉片hiwáq-an [PPH]híwaq

Mintz and Britanico 1985

630
hiwáʔ-on

be sliced, of meat

切肉hiwáq-en [PPH]híwaq

Mintz and Britanico 1985

631
hoy

hey; an exclamation of warning or a call for attention; a response when one is called

嘿;發出警告或引起注意的呼喊;被呼叫時的回應huy [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

632
hubád

undo a knot; untie, unfasten; disentangle, untangle

解開結;解開;解開hubád [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

633
hubád-on

be loosened

放鬆hubád-en [PPH]hubád

Mintz and Britanico 1985

634
hubóʔ-on

to move or transfer something to a new place

轉移或轉移某物到新地方hubuq-en [PPH]hubuq

Mintz and Britanico 1985

635
húgas

to wash (as dishes, a car; not applicable to the face, hands or clothes)

洗臉(如洗碗、洗車;不適用於臉、手或衣服)huRas [PMP]SuRas

Mintz and Britanico 1985

636
hugás-on

be washed off

被沖走huRas-en [PWMP]SuRas

Mintz and Britanico 1985

637
hugót

remove something with the fingers (as lice from the hair, grains of rice from the stalk)

用手指取下某物(如毛髮上的蝨子,莖上的米粒)SuRut [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

638
hugút-on

remove with the fingers

用手指取下SuRut-en [PAN]SuRut

Mintz and Britanico 1985

639
hukáy

dig something up

挖點東西hukay [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

640
hukáy-an

dig into

深入研究hukay-an [PWMP]hukay

Mintz and Britanico 1985

641
hukóm

judge

法官借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

642
hukrágoŋ

snore

打鼾

Mintz and Britanico 1985

643
hulbót

pull out, unsheathe, extract (Also #Manobo (Western Bukidnon) #hulavut 'draw a dagger')

拔出,拔出,拔出(也#Manobo(西布金頓)ාhulavut'拔出匕首')

Mintz and Britanico 1985

644
húlid

lie someone down to sleep (as a child); lie down beside

躺下睡覺(小時候);躺在旁邊hulij [PMP]Sulij

Mintz and Britanico 1985

645
húlit

homily

說教的hulit [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

646
húlog

drop something; fall

掉東西huluR [PMP]SuluR

Mintz and Britanico 1985

647
hulog-án

installment

分期付款huluR-an [PWMP]SuluR

Mintz and Britanico 1985

648
húmay

prepare a dish eaten on festive occasions in which seasoned meat or fish and rice are cooked in a segment of bamboo

hemay [PMP]Semay

Mintz and Britanico 1985

649
hunát

stretch something; straighten something out

伸直某物huñat [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

650
húni

call, sing (birds); twitter, warble

叫,唱(鳥);嘰嘰喳喳,嘰嘰喳喳huni [PMP]Suni

Mintz and Britanico 1985

651
húnod

to sink

下沉

Mintz and Britanico 1985

652
húnos

tithe, often paid in gold

十分之一,通常以黃金支付húnus [PPH]

Camarines Sur

Mintz and Britanico 1985

653
hurí

last; late, overdue, retarded, tardy

最後;遲到、遲到、遲鈍、遲到udehi [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

654
hurih-án

the hindmost part, posterior

後半部,後半部udehi-an [PWMP]udehi

Mintz and Britanico 1985

655
hurós

slip or slide down (of something that has been tied or fastened)

滑倒或滑落(系在或系在某物上的)hurus [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

656
hútok

brain

hutek [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

657
húʔom

to soak something

浸泡某物huqem [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

658
-i

alternant command suffix for verbs taking #-an in the infinitive: #taʔw-an mo siya or #taʔw-i siya 'give him some'

-i₁ [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

659
i-

verbal affix, instrumental, infinitive-command form

動詞詞綴,工具,不定式命令形式i- [PMP]Si-₁

Mintz and Britanico 1985

660
i-abót

to pass something (as to pass the salt)

傳遞某物(如傳遞鹽)i-qábut [PPH]qábut

Mintz and Britanico 1985

661
íak

cry out or shout

呼喊iak [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

662
ián

that, those (nearer than #itó)

那,那些(比它近)ian₃ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

663
i-ánod

get carried away by the current; drift, be adrift

隨波逐流i-qañud [PPH]qañud

Mintz and Britanico 1985

664
ibá

different, distinct, dissimilar, otherwise; contrasting; strange, peculiar; to differ, be different; include, incorporate, enclose; join, belong to; associate with; accompany, go or come along with

ibah [PMP]ibaS

Mintz and Britanico 1985

665
ibá

bewitched

迷惑的iba₂ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

666
ibá

different, distinct, dissimilar, otherwise; contrasting; strange, peculiar; to differ, be different, be distinct from

iba [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

667
i-bábaw

on top, on the surface

在上面,在表面上i babaw [PAN]babaw₃

Mintz and Britanico 1985

668
i-babáʔ

downstairs, below

樓下,樓下babaq₁ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

669
íbos

rice sweet made from glutinous rice with coconut milk placed into tube-like containers of #burí leaves and boiled for about two hours; served with sugar or chocolate

ibus₂ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

670
i-buybóy

to confess sins; to recant

認罪buybúy [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

671
i-dágos

to continue doing something, to keep on, carry on with

繼續做某事,繼續,繼續dágus₁ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

672
idás

term for spouses when two brother have married two sisters

當兩個兄弟娶了兩個姐妹時的配偶idas₁ [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

673
i-dukót

to glue, paste or stick something; to put up (as posters)

粘貼、粘貼或粘貼某物;張貼(如海報)i-deket [PPH]dekeC

Mintz and Britanico 1985

674
i-dúyan

to rock a cradle or hammock

搖籃或吊床dúyan [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

675
igáŋ

referring to dried salt

指幹鹽

Mintz and Britanico 1985

676
i-gátoŋ

to add fuel

加油gatuŋ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

677
i-gílid

to place at the edge

放在邊緣gílij [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

678
íhiʔ

urine

尿ihiq [PMP]iSiq

Mintz and Britanico 1985

679
íhiʔ-an

urinal

小便器ihiq [PMP]iSiq

Mintz and Britanico 1985

680
ího

shark

鯊魚qiSu [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

681
i-húlit

to preach about

鼓吹hulit [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

682
i-húlog

to drop (something)

放下(某物)i-huluR [PPH]SuluR

Mintz and Britanico 1985

683
ika-anóm

sixth

第六ika-enem [PMP]enem

Mintz and Britanico 1985

684
ika-duwá

second

第二ika-duha [PMP]duSa

Mintz and Britanico 1985

685
ika-pitó

seventh

第七ika-pitu [PMP]pitu

Mintz and Britanico 1985

686
ika-tuló

third

第三的ika-telu [PMP]telu

Mintz and Britanico 1985

687
i-ka-waló

eighth

第八ika-walu [PMP]walu

Mintz and Britanico 1985

688
íkík

the squeak of a mouse

老鼠的吱吱聲qi(ŋ)kik [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

689
íkog

tail

ikuR [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

690
ikʔík

eek! the squeak of a mouse; a shriek or shrill cry of pain or fright

好吧!老鼠的尖叫聲;痛苦或恐懼的尖叫或尖叫qikqik [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

691
i-lakáw

to take for a walk (as a dog)

散步(如狗)lakaw [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

692
ílaw

light, lamp; headlight; flare

燈;頭燈;照明qilaw [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

693
i-ligtás

to save or rescue; to recover, retrieve

拯救或拯救;恢復lig(e)tas [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

694
ílo

be orphaned

成為孤兒ilu [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

695
ílom

describing someone with dark brown skin

描述深棕色皮膚的人

Mintz and Britanico 1985

696
ílo-ŋ lubós

an orphan

孤兒ilu [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

697
i-luwás

to take out, to put out

出去,出去luas₁ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

698
imát

be alert to, be on the watch for

警惕,警惕借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

699
imón

envious, covetous, jealous

嫉妒、貪婪、嫉妒qímun [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

700
ímot

selfish, stingy, miserly, niggardly; a tightwad

自私的、吝嗇的、吝嗇的、吝嗇的;吝嗇鬼ímut [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

701
-in-

infix marking past and progressive tenses of verbs that take #-on, #i-, and #-an in the regular series

〈in〉 [PAN]-in-

Mintz and Britanico 1985

702
iná

M

ina [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

703
iná-y

mom (informal)

媽媽(非正式)iná-i [PMP]ina

Mintz and Britanico 1985

704
iná-ʔ

M

iná-q [PAN]ina

Mintz and Britanico 1985

705
iní

this, these

這個,這些i-ni [PAN]-ni

Mintz and Britanico 1985

706
ínit

heat; warmth; argumentative, impatient

熱;熱;好辯的,不耐煩的qinit [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

707
init-on

be heated by

被加熱qinit-en [PPH]qinit

Mintz and Britanico 1985

708
inóm

to drink

inum [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

709
inom-ón

a drink, beverage

飲料inum-en [PWMP]inum

Mintz and Britanico 1985

710
intsík

Chinese

中國人借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

711
i-ŋáŋa

to open the mouth in order to show something inside

張嘴,張嘴ŋaŋa₂ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

712
i-ŋáran

to name someone after

以某人的名字命名i-ŋajan(-an [PWMP]ŋajan

Mintz and Britanico 1985

713
iŋás

tree with leaves that cause itching when they come into contact with the body

樹葉接觸身體時會引起瘙癢的樹iŋas [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

714
íŋat

careful; be careful; to look out or be on the lookout; take care in doing something

小心;小心;注意或注意;注意做某事iŋat [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

715
iŋat-an

be careful with; take care of

小心;照顧iŋat-an [PWMP]iŋat

Mintz and Britanico 1985

716
iŋós-iŋós

to whimper

嗚咽iŋus [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

717
io

yes (verbal sentences); an emphatic marker

是(口頭句子);強調標記qio [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

718
i-padpád

to be driven by the wind (a boat); to be blown away by the wind

被風吹走(船);被風吹走padpád [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

719
i-pagpág

shake out, as rug

搖出,像地毯一樣i-pagpág [PPH]pagpág

Mintz and Britanico 1985

720
i-pa-hidám

to lend

借出pa-hinzam [PAN]hinzam

Mintz and Britanico 1985

721
ipa-mána

to bequeath

遺贈mana₁ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

722
ipa-mána

to bequeath

遺贈maña [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

723
ipa-útaŋ

give a loan of a particular amount of money

提供一定數額的貸款ipa-qútaŋ [PPH]qutaŋ

Mintz and Britanico 1985

724
i-pigá

to lay eggs, of a fish

下蛋piRah [PMP]piRaS

Mintz and Britanico 1985

725
ípil

tall tree producing high quality timber used for posts and beams: Intsia bijuga

一種高大的樹木,生產用於柱子和橫樑的優質木材:■qipil [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

726
ipíl-ípil

small tree used as a border for plots of land, its seeds woven into bags and necklaces: Leucaena glauca

ipil ipil [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

727
ipít

squash, pinch, fasten with a pin; to pin, to clip

擠壓,捏,用別針固定;別針,夾子qipit [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

728
ípo-ípo

whirlwind

龍捲風借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

729
i-rámas

to combine or mix

混合i-rámas [PPH]rámas

Mintz and Britanico 1985

730
i-rárom

underneath, under, below, beneath; on the bottom, underlying

在下面,在下面,在下面;在下面,在下面i dalem [PMP]dalem

Mintz and Britanico 1985

731
i-ráya

upstream, inland

上游、內陸daya [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

732
íris

watery diarrhea

水樣腹瀉íris [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

733
isá

one

isa₁ [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

734
i-sábog

to sow by scattering seeds

撒種saq(e)buR [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

735
i-sabwág

to scatter or broadcast seeds

撒播種子sabuag [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

736
i-ságo

to ooze (as blood from the nose or mouth of the dead, brine from a jar of salted preserves)

滲出(如死者鼻子或嘴上的血,鹽漬蜜餞罐裏的鹽水)sagu₂ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

737
i-sakláy

to sling s.t. across the shoulders

在肩膀上吊起s.tsakeláy [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

738
i-sakníb

to place one thing on top of another (referring only to thin things such as mats, linen, paper)

把一件東西放在另一件上面(僅指薄的東西,如墊子、亞麻布、紙)sak(e)níb [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

739
i-saksák

to plug something in; to insert something

插入某物;插入某物i-seksek [PPH]seksek₁

Mintz and Britanico 1985

740
i-saksák

to plug something in; to insert something

插入某物;插入某物i-saksák [PPH]saksák

Mintz and Britanico 1985

741
i-sandíg

to lean something (as a ladder on a wall)

使某物傾斜(如牆上的梯子)sandiR [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

742
i-saŋál

to insert something into the mouth or a mouthlike opening; to insert something through any slit or opening

saŋal [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

743
i-sawsáw

to dip (as food into a sauce)

蘸(如食物蘸醬)sawsáw [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

744
i-saʔbít

to hang something up (as on a wall); place something on a hook

把某物掛起來(如掛在牆上);把某物掛在鉤子上i-saqebít [PPH]saqebit

Mintz and Britanico 1985

745
i-sídok

to take something with a spoon

用勺子拿東西si(n)duk [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

746
i-síŋit

to insert something

插入某物i-síŋit [PPH]síŋit

Mintz and Britanico 1985

747
ísip

mind, opinion, judgment; think about, mull over

思想、觀點、判斷;思考、思考ísip [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

748
isíp

selfish; an egoist or egotist

自私的;利己主義者或利己主義者ísip [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

749
ísip-on

think about, mull over, ponder

思考,思考,思考isip-en [PPH]ísip

Mintz and Britanico 1985

750
ísog

move nearer or farther

移近或移遠isuR [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

751
i- súboɁ

to stuff a lot of food into the mouth at one time

一次往嘴裏塞很多食物i-súbuq [PPH]súbuq

Mintz and Britanico 1985

752
i-sumbóŋ

to tattle or squeal about; to report about

喋喋不休或尖叫;報告sumbuŋ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

753
i-sunód

to place after; to collocate; place in consecutive order, place in a series; to sequence; to rank

排在後面;並置;排成一列;排成一列;排列sunúd [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

754
i-tágay

to offer a drink (usually liquor)

提供飲料(通常是酒)i-tágay [PPH]tágay

Mintz and Britanico 1985

755
i-takód

to fasten or bind with

i-takéd [PPH]takéd

Mintz and Britanico 1985

756
i-tanóm

to plant, to raise plants

種植,種植i-tanem [PPH]CaNem

Mintz and Britanico 1985

757
i-taŋón

to insert a wedge, a wad of paper, etc. (so as to keep a window from rattling, a cupboard door from opening, etc.)

taŋén [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

758
i-taŋóʔ

to nod the head in agreement

點頭表示同意taŋuq [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

759
i-taʔás

above, over; upstairs

樓上i-atas [PMP]aCas

Mintz and Britanico 1985

760
ítik

domesticated sp. of duck

家鴨itik₂ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

761
ítil

clitoris

陰蒂itil [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

762
ito

that (3p)

那個(3p)i-Cu [PAN]-Cu

Mintz and Britanico 1985

763
itóm

black

黑色qitem [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

764
i-tukdóʔ

to point something out; to designate, indicate, show; specify

指出某物;指明tulduq [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

765
i-tulód

to push

推動i-tulúd [PPH]tulúd

Mintz and Britanico 1985

766
itʔít

nibble a bit of something to decide if it is worth eating (usually applied to animals, but applicable to people as well)

qitqit [PMP]qiCqiC

Mintz and Britanico 1985

767
i-ulíʔ

return something, give something back; give change, refund

退換貨,退換貨i-uliq [PPH]uliq₁

Mintz and Britanico 1985

768
ka

possessive plural of personal names (Yamada and Tsuchida 1983)

人名的所有格複數(Yamada和Tsuchida,1983)ka₃ [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

769
ka

you; #si-class second person singular pronoun

四級第二人稱單數代詞ka₄ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

770
ka-

prefix that creates nouns of accompanied action: #ka-úlay ‘the person one is talking to’ (cp. #maki-úlay ‘to converse with’)

ka-₄ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

771
ka- -an

formative for nouns of location; #ka-umah-an ‘an expanse of farmland’ (cp. #uma ‘farm’)

位置名詞的形成語;ţka umah an‘一片農田’(cp.ţuma‘農場’)ka- -an₂ [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

772
ka- -an

formative for abstract nouns; ka-asgad-án ‘saltiness’ (cp. #ma-asgád ‘salty, saline’)

抽象名詞的構詞法;ka asgad-an“saltiness”(cp.#ma asg-d“salty,salty”)ka- -an₃ [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

773
ka-anóáno

what is the relationship to?

什麼關係?ka-nu₂ [PMP]-nu₁

Mintz and Britanico 1985

774
ka-apát-an

fourths

四分之一ka-epat-an [PWMP]Sepat

Mintz and Britanico 1985

775
ka-atúbaŋ

the person that you are facing

你面對的人atúbaŋ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

776
kabá

fright

恐懼kabá [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

777
kabá

fright

恐懼kebá [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

778
kabál

an amulet which has the power of making its possessor invulnerable to the bolo and the spear, rendering these weapons dull, or suspending them in air upon attack; generally a circular piece of copper with a hole in the center, or a bit of shell roughly carved into the shape of an #aníto (ancestral spirit) noted for particularly admired exploits (Bikol mythology)

kabal₂ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

779
kabán

chest, trunk, coffer

箱子,箱子,保險箱kaban₂ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

780
kabán

a unit of dry measure equal to 25 ganta or 75 liters, commonly used to refer to a sack of rice

幹計量單位,等於25甘塔或75升,常用於指一袋大米借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

781
ka-bantóg-an

fame, grandeur, greatness, majesty

名聲,威嚴,偉大,威嚴bantug [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

782
kabáŋ

two-toned; half and half (color, contents)

雙色調;半色調和半色調(顏色、內容)kabáŋ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

783
ka-baŋis-án

cruelty, wickedness, brutality

殘忍、邪惡、殘暴ka-beŋis-an [PWMP]beŋis₁

Mintz and Britanico 1985

784
ka-basug-án

fullness

豐滿ka-besuR-an [PWMP]besuR

Mintz and Britanico 1985

785
kabáʔoŋ

coffin, casket

棺材,棺材借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

786
kabíg-on

to set a boat back on course by turning it with an oar

用槳把船劃回航道kabíg-en [PPH]kábig

Mintz and Britanico 1985

787
ka-biláŋ-an

total amount

總金額ka-bilaŋ-an [PWMP]bilaŋ₁

Mintz and Britanico 1985

788
kabít

to attach, fasten, to clamp

固定kabit₁ [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

789
kabít

mistress

主婦借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

790
ka-bukíd-an

mountainous terrain, range of mountains

山地,山脈ka-bukij-an [PPH]bukij

Mintz and Britanico 1985

791
ka-bulán-an

month of expected delivery or birth of a child

預期分娩或孩子出生的月份ka-bulan-an [PPH]bulaN

Mintz and Britanico 1985

792
ka-bulod-án

a hilly area

丘陵地區ka-bulud-an [PPH]buled₁

Mintz and Britanico 1985

793
ka-dakl-án

a majority, a large part

多數,很大一部分ka-dakel-án [PPH]dakél

Mintz and Britanico 1985

794
kadkad-án

to dig a hole in

挖個洞kadkad [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

795
kadkad-ón

to dig a hole with the hand or a stick

用手或棍子挖洞kadkad [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

796
ka-duwa-án

halves

一半ka-duha-an [PWMP]duSa

Mintz and Britanico 1985

797
kagát

a bite

咬一口kaRat [PMP]kaRaC

Mintz and Britanico 1985

798
kagat-ón

to bite

kaRat-en [PPH]kaRaC

Mintz and Britanico 1985

799
kágaw

to scratch a part of the body (as to relieve an itch)

搔身體的一部分(如止癢)kaRaw₁ [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

800
kag-pitó

seventeen

十七pitu₁ [PAN]pitu

Mintz and Britanico 1985

801
ka-guráŋ-an

old age

老年Rudaŋ [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

802
ka-guraŋ-nán

the Lord, the Almighty

上帝,全能者Rudaŋ [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

803
kahél

citrus fruit, similar to a grapefruit: Citrus aurantium

柑橘類水果,類似於葡萄柚:枳實借詞

Camarines Sur

Mintz and Britanico 1985

804
káhoy

tree; wood, timber; log; wooden

樹木;木材,木材;原木;木材kahiw [PMP]kaSiw

Mintz and Britanico 1985

805
ka-ílog-an

the main channel or deepest part of a river

主河道或河的最深處iluR₂ [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

806
ka-iní

this, these

這個,這些ka-i-ni [PWMP]-ni

Mintz and Britanico 1985

807
ka-ísip-an

thoughts

思想ka-ísip-an [PPH]ísip

Mintz and Britanico 1985

808
ka-kahóy-an

forest, woods; grove, thicket, clump of trees

森林ka-kahiw-an [PWMP]kaSiw

Mintz and Britanico 1985

809
ka-kampí sa

to be biased in favor of; to be partial to; to be onesided in someone’s favor

偏袒偏袒;偏袒;偏袒某人kampi [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

810
ka-kan-an

dining room

餐廳ka-kaen-an [PAN]kaen

Mintz and Britanico 1985

811
ka-kán-on

food, victuals

食物、食物ka-kaen-en [PAN]kaen

Mintz and Britanico 1985

812
ka-kan-ón

to corrode; to be eaten away

腐蝕;被吃掉ka-kaen-en [PAN]kaen

Mintz and Britanico 1985

813
ka-kapt-án

handle

手柄kapút [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

814
kakáw

cocoa bean, cacao: Theobroma cacao

可哥豆,可哥豆:可哥豆借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

815
ka-kayá-an

ability

能力kaya [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

816
ka-kuláŋ-an

lack, shortage, deficit, dearth

短缺,短缺,赤字,匱乏借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

817
ka-lamún-an

an area containing a lot of this reed

有很多蘆葦的地方lamun₁ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

818
kalán

clay, wood-burning stove

粘土燒柴爐借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

819
ka-laŋít-an

the heavens

天堂laŋit [PMP]laŋiC

Mintz and Britanico 1985

820
k〈al〉ápay

to row without making a sound

無聲無息地划船kapay [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

821
kalásag

shield

kalasag [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

822
kalaság-on

to shield a blow, ward off; to shield someone

掩護打擊,避開;掩護某人kalasag [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

823
kaláwag

turmeric (plant producing a root from which a yellow coloring is obtained; also used as a seasoning: Curcuma longa)

借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

824
kalí

canal, ditch, trench; gutter (in bowling)

溝渠,溝,溝;溝(保齡球)kali₁ [PAN]kali

Mintz and Britanico 1985

825
ka-ligtas-án

salvation

拯救lig(e)tas [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

826
kalí-káli

small ditch or canal; furrow, groove, rut, channel, drain; tread of a tire

小溝或運河;溝、溝、車轍、溝渠、排水溝;輪胎胎面kali₁ [PAN]kali

Mintz and Britanico 1985

827
ka-lima-an

fifths

五分之一ka-lima-an [PWMP]lima

Mintz and Britanico 1985

828
(k)alin-tataw

pupil of the eye

瞳孔CaCaw [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

829
kalít

fraud, deceit

欺詐,欺騙kalít [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

830
kamagóŋ

a tree, Philippine mahogany, producing a light red wood streaked with reddish-brown, used in the making of furniture; also producing an edible fruit: Diospyros discolor

kamaguŋ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

831
kamálig

a temporary shelter, consisting of a roof and posts, but no walls, built in the fields or along the coast to protect harvested crops, boats, etc.

kamaliR [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

832
kamandág

venom

毒液kamandag [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

833
kamátis

tomato

蕃茄借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

834
kambál

twins

雙胞胎借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

835
kamkám

to grope, to feel one’s way

摸索,摸索kemkem₁ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

836
kamkam-ón

to appropriate someone else’s property

侵佔他人財產kamkam-en [PPH]kamkam

Mintz and Britanico 1985

837
kamót

hand

kamet [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

838
kamot-ón

to handle

處理kamet [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

839
kámpi

side, faction, part; referring to a transaction in which the buyer receives one part more than he gives, such as exchanging four parts of rice for five parts of coconut wine

kampi [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

840
kamuníŋ

a tree: Murraya paniculata

一棵樹:■kamuniŋ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

841
kámya

sweet-scented white lily: Hedychium coronarium

香甜的白百合:紅景天kamiá [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

842
ka-n

agentive, genitive and oblique case marker for common nouns (Yamada and Tsuchida 1983)

常用名詞的助動詞、助動詞和斜格標記(Yamada和Tsuchida,1983)ka₃ [PAN]

Camarines Sur

Mintz and Britanico 1985

843
kanáp

to creep (on)

爬行kanap₁ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

844
ka-nátad

a neighbor

鄰居natad [PMP]NataD

Mintz and Britanico 1985

845
kandíla

candle

蠟燭借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

846
kandíŋ

goat

山羊kandiŋ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

847
kanóʔos

squid

魷魚kanuqus [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

848
kanyá

to each his own; every man for himself

為自己的人;為自己的人kaniá [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

849
kanyá-kanyáŋ bayad

Dutch treat

荷蘭人請客kaniá [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

850
ka-ŋudh-án

youngest child

最小的孩子ka-ŋuhed-an [PPH]ŋuhed

Naga

Mintz and Britanico 1985

851
ka-paʔit-án

bitterness

苦澀paqit₂ [PMP]paqiC

Mintz and Britanico 1985

852
kapáʔ-kapáʔ-on

to fumble, to muff

摸索kapaq-kapaq [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

853
ka-p〈in〉uʔn-án

beginning, commencement, initiation

開始,開始,開始ka-puqun [PWMP]puqun

Mintz and Britanico 1985

854
kápis

translucent shell from a species of oyster used in the making of shutter-like windows

一種牡蠣的半透明外殼,用於製造百葉窗kapis [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

855
ka-pitu-án

sevenths

ka-pitu-an [PAN]pitu

Mintz and Britanico 1985

856
kapkáp

grope for in the dark, feel for in the dark, fumble

在黑暗中摸索,在黑暗中摸索,摸索kapkap [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

857
ka-putól

that which has been cut off

被切斷的putul [PMP]putun

Mintz and Britanico 1985

858
kára

tortoise shell

龜殼kara [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

859
kára

head or face side of a coin

硬幣的正面或正面借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

860
kára

tortoise shell

龜殼借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

861
kára

tortoise shell

龜殼噪聲

Mintz and Britanico 1985

862
ka-ragát-an

high seas, open sea

公海,公海ka-daRát-an [PPH]daRat

Mintz and Britanico 1985

863
kará-kamálig

a hut or shed

小屋kamaliR [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

864
karátula

sign

簽名借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

865
karáy

breastplate made of bone

骨制胸甲karáy [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

866
karós

scrape, grate

刮板,爐排kerus₁ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

867
ka-sabáy

cohort, colleague, companion

同齡人、同事、同伴ka-sabáy [PPH]sabay₁

Mintz and Britanico 1985

868
ka-sakít-an

difficulty, complexity; adversity, hardship, pain, persecution, suffering, tribulation

困難、複雜;逆境、困苦、痛苦、迫害、苦難、磨難ka-sakit-an [PWMP]sakit

Mintz and Britanico 1985

869
ka-saysay-án

account, chronicle, narrative; history

記述sáysay [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

870
ka-saʔl-án

sin; fault; guilt, offense

罪;錯;罪ka-salaq-an [PWMP]salaq₁

Mintz and Britanico 1985

871
ka-siŋít-an

the fork in a river or road

河流或道路的岔口síŋit [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

872
kaskás

fast, rapid, speedy, swift

快,快,快,快kaskás [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

873
káskás

quick, speedy, rapid, fast

快,快,快,快

Mintz and Britanico 1985

874
kaskas-án

to rush or hurry someone up

催某人kaskás-án [PPH]kaskás

Mintz and Britanico 1985

875
kaskas-ón

to quicken, to increase the speed of; to speed up the pace of

加快,加快kaskás [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

876
ka-sunód

the person following; the successor, sequel

跟隨者;接班人sunúd [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

877
ka-tábaŋ

aide, assistant, helper; maid, servant

助手,助手,助手;女僕,僕人tabaŋ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

878
katám

plane (tool)

平面(工具)借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

879
katam-án

to plane

飛機借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

880
katam-ón

to plane down a particular spot

在某一特定地點降落借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

881
ka-tanós-an

straightness

直線度tánus [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

882
katáŋ

large black saltwater crab

大黑水蟹kataŋ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

883
ka-tápaŋ

one who speaks uncivilly or impolitely

說話不文明或不禮貌的人tapaŋ₂ [PPH]tapaŋ

Mintz and Britanico 1985

884
káti

unit of weight, equivalent to 600 grams

重量組織,相當於600克借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

885
kátig

bamboo outrigger of a boat

竹制船支腿katiR [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

886
ka-timbáŋ

the person opposite or across from you

你對面或對面的人ka-timbaŋ [PWMP]timbaŋ

Mintz and Britanico 1985

887
ka-timbaŋ-án

a balance

平衡timbaŋ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

888
ka-tipón-an

assembly, association, congregation, society; community

集會、結社、集會、社團;社區típun [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

889
katók

crazy

瘋子katúk [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

890
kátre

bed

借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

891
ka-tubu-án

a field of sugarcane

甘蔗地tebuh₁ [PMP]tebuS

Mintz and Britanico 1985

892
ka-tugón-an

a request; wish; commandment

請求;願望;命令tuRun₂ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

893
ka-tulu-an

thirds

三分之一ka-telu-an [PWMP]telu

Mintz and Britanico 1985

894
ka-tunáy-an

confirmation, validation

確認、確認tunay₂ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

895
kawáliʔ

Chinese wok

中國炒鍋借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

896
kawáyan

bamboo

竹子kawayan [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

897
káwaʔ

cauldron; a large Chinese wok

大鍋kawaq [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

898
kawíŋ

link in a chain

鏈子上的鏈子kawiŋ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

899
káwit

a hook; also describing something shaped like a hook

鉤子;也用來描述鉤狀物kawit [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

900
kawít-on

be hooked

上鉤kawit-en [PWMP]kawit

Mintz and Britanico 1985

901
kayáb

hand fan

手扇kayab [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

902
kaʔíŋ

bushel basket, made of woven bamboo and having a large mouth with handles located on either side

竹編鬥籃,有一個大嘴巴,兩邊有把手kaqiŋ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

903
ki

oblique case marker for singular personal nouns

單數名詞的斜格標記ki₂ₐ [PMP]ki₂

Mintz and Britanico 1985

904
kiláw-on

to prepare fish or meat for eating raw by marinating it in vinegar

醃制用醋醃制魚或肉以供生吃kilaw-en [PPH]kilaw₁

Mintz and Britanico 1985

905
kilíŋ

tilted; to tilt, bend the head

傾斜;傾斜,彎曲頭部kiliŋ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

906
kimát-kimát

flickering, twinkling

閃爍kimet [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

907
kimát-kimát

flickering, twinkling; shimmering; blinking; twitching

閃爍,閃爍;閃爍;閃爍;閃爍;抖動kimat [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

908
kimáy

describing someone with a deformed hand or foot

描述手或腳變形的人kimay [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

909
kimay-ón

to have a deformed hand or foot

手或腳變形kimay [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

910
kimót-kimót

to move the lips (as when reading to someone, or praying

動嘴唇(如向某人朗讀或祈禱時kimut kimut [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

911
k〈in〉a-baŋgíh-an

when evening comes

當夜晚來臨ka-beRŋi-an [PWMP]beRŋi

Mintz and Britanico 1985

912
k〈in〉askas-án

pace, rate, velocity

速度,速度,速度kaskás [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

913
kípot

constricted

收縮的kiput [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

914
kíray

eyebrow

眉毛kiray [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

915
kiskís

fish scales

魚鱗kiskis [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

916
kitáŋ

a fishing line strung between two buoys with secondary hooked lines hanging off into the sea

掛在兩個浮標之間的釣魚線,第二根鉤狀釣線掛在海裏kitáŋ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

917
kit-kilát

lightning

閃電kilat₁ [PMP]likaC

Mintz and Britanico 1985

918
-ko

I, by me; #ni class first person singular pronoun (nonsubject agent or actor, plus possessor)

一、我寫;#ni類第一人稱單數代詞(非主體代理人或行為人,加上佔有人)-ku [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

919
kubál

a callus

老繭kubal [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

920
kubkób

to place the arms around a seated child while standing at his back in order to warm or protect him

把手臂放在坐著的孩子身上,同時站在他的背上以溫暖或保護他kubkub₁ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

921
kubkób

to mate (fowl)

交配kebkeb₁ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

922
kúboŋ

mosquito net

蚊帳kubuŋ₂ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

923
kubót-kubót

wrinkles in the skin

皮膚上的皺紋kubet-kubet [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

924
kubót-kubót

wrinkles in the skin

皮膚上的皺紋kubut₃ [PPH]kubut₂

Mintz and Britanico 1985

925
kudót

a pinch with the nails

用釘子捏kezut₂ [PWMP]kezut

Mintz and Britanico 1985

926
kudot-ón

to pinch with the nails

用釘子捏kedut-en [PWMP]kezut

Mintz and Britanico 1985

927
kugíta

octopus

章魚kuRita [PMP]guRiCa

Mintz and Britanico 1985

928
kugtóŋ

large saltwater fish

大型鹹水魚keRteŋ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

929
kuhól

small black, edible freshwater snail found in fields and canals

田裏和運河裏發現的黑色可食用淡水蝸牛kuhul [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

930
kukó

fingernail, toenail

指甲,腳趾甲kukuh [PMP]kuSkuS₁

Mintz and Britanico 1985

931
kukód

the nails of animals such as the water buffalo or pig

水牛或豬等動物的指甲kudkud [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

932
kúla ~ kóla

glue

借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

933
kúlaŋ

lacking, short (as of money, food, time); under (as in ‘undervalued’); deficient, inadequate, insufficient, wanting

借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

934
kúlaŋ-kúlaŋ

feebleminded, retarded; an idiot

弱智的,弱智的;白癡借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

935
kuláŋ-on

to lack; to run out of or run short of

缺乏;耗盡借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

936
kulapnít

small bat species

小蝙蝠借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

937
kulasísi

parakeet, usually translated into English by Bikolanos as ‘love bird’

長尾鸚鵡,通常被比科拉諾斯翻譯成英語稱為“愛鳥”kulasísi [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

938
kulítis

native spinach: Amaranthus viridis

天然菠菜:莧菜kulitis [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

939
kúlop

eclipse of the sun

日食kelep [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

940
kumól

a ball of rice formed with the hand

用手做成的米球kemel [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

941
kúnkún

shrink

收縮kunkun [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

942
kunó

so they say

所以他們說kenu [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

943
kupíŋ

describing ears that grow unnaturally forward and are somwhat folded; floppy-eared (as a dog)

描述不自然地向前長的耳朵,並有皺褶;鬆軟的耳朵(如狗)kupiŋ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

944
kupkóp

describing hair that is short or plastered down; a crew cut

短髮的描述短髮或灰白的頭髮的;平頭的kepkép [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

945
kupkóp

describing hair that is short or plastered down; a crew cut

短髮的描述短髮或灰白的頭髮的;平頭的kupkup₄ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

946
kúpos

deflated

放氣的ke(m)pes [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

947
kupsít

to spurt

噴射

Mintz and Britanico 1985

948
kurípot

stingy; a tightwad

吝嗇的;吝嗇的借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

949
kúrit

a line (as "a straight line")

直線(如“直線”)kur(e)qit [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

950
kúrit

a line (as ‘as straight line’); streak

一條線(如“直線”);條紋kurit [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

951
kuróg-kudóg

the sound of stamping feet

跺腳的聲音kudúg [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

952
kúron

clay cooking pot; the meaning may be extended by some speakers to ‘pottery’

陶制炊具;有些人可能把它的意思引申到“陶器”kuden [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

953
kurót

curly, wavy

捲曲,波浪形kurut [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

954
kurundót

wrinkled (used only of the skin)

有皺紋(僅用於皮膚)kure(n)dut [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

955
kusóg

brawn, muscle, strength; vigor; volume (as of a radio)

肌肉、肌肉、力量;活力;音量(如收音機)keseR [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

956
kusót

sawdust

鋸末借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

957
kúta

fortifications

防禦工事借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

958
kutá-on

to construct fortifications

建造防禦工事借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

959
kutíŋ

kitten

小貓kutiŋ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

960
kútis

complexion

膚色借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

961
kútkút

dig in, dig up

挖進去,挖起來kutkut₁ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

962
kúto

hair louse

毛虱kutu₁ [PMP]kuCux

Mintz and Britanico 1985

963
kúto sa tanóm

aphid

蚜蟲kutu₁ [PMP]kuCux

Mintz and Britanico 1985

964
kuwaw

owl

貓頭鷹kuaw [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

965
kuykóy

beetle sp.

甲蟲屬。kuykúy₁ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

966
labáha ~ nabáha

razor

剃刀借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

967
labáw

protruding or extending above; exceeding the height of other things nearby

突出的在上面突出或延伸的;超過附近其他事物的高度的labaw₂ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

968
labáw

protruding above, extending above, exceeding in height (Also #Manobo (Western Bukidnon) #lavew 'highest; great; exceed someone in rank')

Mintz and Britanico 1985

969
lábi

more than

超過labi₁ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

970
lábot

business, concern, care, attention

業務、關注、關懷、關注labut [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

971
ladlád

to unfold or unfurl

展開或展開ladlád [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

972
lagádiʔ

saw (carpentry)

鋸(木工)借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

973
lagák-lagák

sound made when swallowing liquids

吞咽液體時發出的聲音lagak [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

974
lagák-lagák

sound made when swallowing liquids

吞咽液體時發出的聲音

Mintz and Britanico 1985

975
lagapák

sound of a dull smack, a slamming door (Also #Cebuano #lugápak 'slapping, cracking sound')

一聲悶響,砰的一聲關上門(還有“塞布亞諾”的“拉嘎巴”的“啪啪,啪啪”聲)

Mintz and Britanico 1985

976
lagatík

ticking sound

滴答聲

Mintz and Britanico 1985

977
lagáy

a bribe

賄賂借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

978
lagóŋ

bass (sound of the voice), low in pitch

低音(聲音),低音leguŋ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

979
lagtók

popping sound; the sound of cracking the knuckles

爆裂聲;指關節破裂的聲音lagetuk [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

980
lahók

referring to that which is added to a pure substance (wax, honey, wine) to make it appear more than it really is

lahuk [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

981
lákad

step, stride; gait, pace

步態lakaj [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

982
lakád-an

to pace off a particular area or distance

跨步跨過某一特定區域或距離lakáj-an [PPH]lakaj

Mintz and Britanico 1985

983
lakád-on

to step over

跨過lakaj-en [PPH]lakaj

Mintz and Britanico 1985

984
lakáw-an

bum, hobo, tramp, vagabond, vagrant

流浪漢,流浪漢,流浪漢,流浪漢lakaw [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

985
lakáw-on

to walk for a certain distance or a certain amount of time

走一段距離或一段時間lakaw [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

986
lakbáŋ

breadth, width

寬度,寬度lak(e)baŋ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

987
lakbáŋ

breadth, width

寬度,寬度

Mintz and Britanico 1985

988
lákoʔ

goods or merchandise which are peddled

兜售的貨物或商品借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

989
laláki

boy, lad; man; male

男孩,小夥子;男人;男人la-laki [PWMP]laki₁

Mintz and Britanico 1985

990
lalaŋ-ón

to create the world and its creatures (God)

創造世界及其生物(上帝)laláŋ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

991
lálo....na

more so, even more; in particular; chiefly; especially; mainly; particularly; primarily; even better

更是如此,甚至更多;特別;主要;特別;主要;特別;特別;主要;甚至更好lalu₁ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

992
láloŋ

rooster, cock

公雞,公雞laluŋ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

993
lamán

flesh; the bulb of plants

肉;植物的鱗莖lamán [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

994
lambanóg

whisky made from distilled #tubáɁ (coconut sap)

蒸餾桶(椰汁)威士卡lambanug [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

995
lambóŋ

an ankle length tunic or robe

長至腳踝的外衣或長袍lambuŋ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

996
lámon

reed which grows under the water in rivers

河裏水下生長的蘆葦lamun₁ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

997
lamos-ón

to drown someone

淹死某人lemes [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

998
lampáso

a coconut husk used for scrubbing floors

用來擦地板的椰子皮借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

999
lampasú-on

to scrub with a coconut husk

用椰子皮擦洗借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1000
lampín

a diaper

尿布lampin [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1001
lanós

referring to coconuts which are old and dry

指的是椰子,它們又老又幹lanés [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1002
lantík

curving outward, as the mouth of a jug

向外彎曲的向外彎曲的,如壺嘴借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1003
laŋ

only, just; merely, a mere

只是,只是;只是,只是laŋ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1004
láŋaw

a fly

蒼蠅laŋaw [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1005
laŋáw-on

be covered with flies

滿身蒼蠅laŋaw-en [PAN]laŋaw

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1006
láŋit

sky, heavens

天空,天空laŋit [PMP]laŋiC

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1007
laŋít-non

heavenly, celestial

天堂,天堂laŋit [PMP]laŋiC

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1008
laŋkáw

tall, lofty, towering

高,高,高laŋkaw [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1009
laŋkáʔ

jackfruit tree and fruit: Artocarpus heterophylla Linn.

鳳梨樹和果實:龍腦香林。借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1010
laŋuy-án

a place for swimming, swimming pool, swimming hole

游泳、游泳池、游泳池的地方laŋuy [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1011
laŋuy-ón

to swim for a particular distance or across a particular place

遊一段特定的距離或穿過一個特定的地方laŋuy [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1012
lápida

any stone tablet bearing an epitaph for the dead; tablet, tombstone, headstone

任何帶有死者墓誌銘的石碑;石碑、墓碑、墓碑借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1013
lápis

pencil

鉛筆借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1014
lásaw

watery, thin (liquids)

稀水(液體)lásaw [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1015
láso

ribbon

絲帶借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1016
lasóʔ-lásoʔ

referring to the actions of the hands when trying to pick up something hot and not get burned

指的是手在取暖而不燙傷時的動作lasuq₁ [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1017
láta

tin (metal); a tin or a can

錫(金屬);錫或罐頭借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1018
laták

cracked, split

破裂,分裂letak₁ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1019
laták

cracked, split

破裂,分裂laták [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1020
latáw

buoyant

浮力la(n)taw [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1021
láway

saliva

唾液láway [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1022
láwaʔ

spider

蜘蛛lawaq₂ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1023
lawáʔan

tree species: Shorea negrosensis (red); Pentacme contorta and P. mindanensis (white)

lawaqan [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1024
lawí

the long tail feather of a fowl; quill, plume

鳥的長尾羽毛;羽毛lawi₁ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1025
lawód

the open sea

公海lahud [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1026
layáb-layáb

a flame

火焰layab [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1027
láyag

sail

layaR [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1028
láyas

wild (animals); hobo, vagrant, tramp

野生(動物);流浪漢、流浪漢、流浪漢layas₁ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1029
layláy

dangling or handing loosely

懸掛或鬆散地搬運layláy [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1030
laʔgok

gulp down, wolf down

狼吞虎嚥leq(e)guk [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1031
láʔin

different, differing, dissimilar; another; otherwise

不同的,不同的,不同的;另一個;否則laqin [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1032
laʔmáw

mud puddle

泥坑偶然性

Camarines Sur

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1033
laʔón

old (rice)

老(米)laun [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1034
laʔós

antiquated, obsolete, outdated; defunct; a has-been

過時的,過時的;過時的laqús [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1035
láʔya

ginger

生薑laqia [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1036
letsón ~ litsón

a roasted pig; roasted pork; the meat from a young pig which is traditionally placed on a spit and roasted over an open fire for five to six hours

借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1037
líbog

cloudy water, murky water

渾水,渾水libuR [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1038
libtóŋ

the deep part of a stream or river

河流或河的深部lib(e)túŋ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1039
libtóŋ

the deep part of a stream or river

河流或河的深部偶然性

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1040
lígas

tourniquet

止血帶借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1041
ligwán

bee sp. (〈 *qali-Ruan)

蜜蜂(qali-Ruan)qani-Ruan [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1042
likód

the back, the rear

後面,後面likud [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1043
likós

circumference

圓周likes [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1044
líkoʔ

curve, bend

曲線,彎曲likuq [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1045
likud-án

the back; background

背面;背景likud-an [PAN]likud

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1046
lilíp

a hem

下擺lílip [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1047
limá

five

lima [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1048
limá-líma

only five

只有五個lima-lima [PMP]lima

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1049
limá-limá

divide into five, send five at a time

分成五份,一次派五份lima-lima [PMP]lima

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1050
limas-án

to bail out (as a boat); to drain water from (as a bathtub); to remove the water from a dammed-off area for the purpose of catching fish

limas-an [PWMP]limas

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1051
limas-ón

to bail out water, to drain water

放水,排水limas-en [PWMP]limas

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1052
limátok

land leech

水蛭qali-matek [PWMP]-matek

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1053
lináb-lináb

sparkling, shining

閃閃發光lináb [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1054
lindoŋ-án

to shade or protect from the wind

遮蔽或防風linduŋ-an [PWMP]liduŋ

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1055
línog

earthquake

地震linuR [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1056
l〈in〉ubŋ-án

grave, tomb

墳墓,墳墓lebeŋ₁ [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1057
l〈in〉úgaw

rice porridge, gruel

粥、粥l〈in〉ugaw [PPH]lúgaw

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1058
linúg-on

to be shaken by an earthquake (as a building)

被地震震動(如建築物)linuR [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1059
liŋaw-án

to forget, dismiss

忘記,拋棄kaliŋaw [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1060
lislís

curled up, upturned (as a lip); blown up (as a skirt)

捲曲的,上翹的(如嘴唇);卷起的(如裙子)lislís [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1061
líso

pure; alll of one kind; all

純的;全部的;全部的借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1062
listón

band (as a hat band); tape, rbbon

帶子(如帽帶);帶子借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1063
lítid

veins in the neck; jugular vein

頸靜脈lítid [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1064
litsía

lychee tree and fruit

荔枝樹和水果借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1065
líwag

stingy, selfish, close-fisted; iniquitous, unjust

吝嗇、自私、吝嗇;不公正、不公正liwag [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1066
liwánag

light, daylight

光,日光借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1067
liwánag

light, daylight (Also #Maranao #malioanag 'bright, clear (as the day)')

光線,日光(同樣是“Maranao”,“malioanag”,“明亮,清晰(如白天)”)

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1068
líʔog

neck

脖子liqeR [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1069
lóla

grandmother; great aunt; a title of respect for old women

祖母;姑姑;尊老的頭銜借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1070
lólo

grandfather; great aunt; a title of respect for old men

祖父;姑姑;敬老的頭銜借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1071
lúbaŋ

a large wooden mortar used for pounding rice; mortar in general used for grinding or pounding

碾米用的大的木制灰漿;一般用於碾米或碾米lubaŋ₃ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1072
lúbid

cord, line, rope, string, twine

繩索lúbid [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1073
lublób

to season over an open fire (banana leaves used for wrapping rice; sugarcane; wood to enable to be straightened)

lublúb [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1074
lubós

completely, all (as all members of a set)

完全,全部(作為集合的所有成員)lubús [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1075
lubót

buttocks

臀部lubet [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1076
lubtík

snap (rubber band, bowstring)

卡扣(橡皮筋、弓弦)

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1077
lubuŋ-án

cemetery, graveyard

墓地lebeŋ₁ [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1078
lugár

a place, spot; room, space

地方、地點;房間、空間借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1079
lúgaw

rice porridge, gruel, topped with fried garlic and served with a side dish of #tókwa (Pressed soybean curd), onion and vinegar

lúgaw [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1080
lugáw-on

to make into gruel, rice porridge

做成稀粥、米粥lugaw-en [PPH]lúgaw

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1081
lúgi

losing, unprofitable (business)

虧損、無利可圖(業務)借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1082
lugtós

break or snap under pressure (as a string holding a kite or bird, a fishing line with a fish on the hook (< *-tes?)

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1083
lúhaʔ

a tear

眼淚luheq [PMP]luSeq

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1084
lúho

luxury

奢侈借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1085
lúka

a wound in which a small amount of flesh is pinched away

少量肉被掐掉的傷口luka [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1086
lukbán

the pomelo: Citrus grandis

柚子:柚子luk(e)bán [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1087
luklók

hidden away, out of the way, hard to find; secluded, obscure

隱蔽的,隱蔽的,難尋的;隱蔽的,隱秘的lukluk [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1088
lukób

centering chisel or hollow punch

定心鑿或空心沖頭借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1089
lúkot

fold up something

把東西折起來lukut [PMP]lukut₁

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1090
luksó

to jump or leap over (generally with one foot before the other, as in fording a stream); to bound; to pounce on

luk(e)súh [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1091
luktón

grasshopper

蚱蜢luktun [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1092
luktón

grasshopper

蚱蜢luk(e)tún [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1093
lulún-on

to roll up, as paper, a mat

卷起,卷起lulun-en [PWMP]luluN

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1094
lumáy

love potion

愛情藥劑lumay [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1095
lumay-on

to give someone a love potion so that he or she will fall in love with you

給某人一劑愛情藥劑,讓他或她愛上你lumay-en [PPH]lumay

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1096
lúmaʔ

old (things)

舊的(東西)lúmaq [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1097
lúmot

moss, lichen, algae

苔蘚、地衣、藻類lumut [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1098
lumót-on

covered with moss (of a thing)

長滿青苔的lumut-en [PWMP]lumut

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1099
lúmoy

soft, tender, spongy

柔軟,柔軟,海綿狀lumúy [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1100
lumpiáʔ

spring roll, egg roll (crepe with various fillings, including meat, shrimp, and vegetables rolled in a pancake-like wrapper made from rice flour, and either fried or served fresh)

借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1101
lumpiáʔ

spring roll, egg roll; crepe with various fillings, including meat, shrimp, and vegetables, rolled in a pancake-like wrapper made from rice flour and either fried or served fresh

借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1102
lúna

canvas

帆布借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1103
Lúnes

Monday

星期一借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1104
lunlun-ón

clean weeds and grasses from the edge of a cultivated field, throwing these weeds and grasses toward the center of the field

lunlún-en [PPH]lunlún

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1105
lúnok

the solid residue left after boiling down coconut milk

椰汁煮沸後留下的固體殘渣lunek₂ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1106
luŋáloŋ

a temporary hut or shelter in the forest or field

森林或田野中的臨時小屋或庇護所luŋáluŋ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1107
luŋáloŋ

hut, temporary shelter in the forest

小屋,森林中的臨時避難所

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1108
luŋbóy

tree producing a small, black, edible fruit

結黑色可食小果實的樹luŋ(e)búy [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1109
lúŋkas

remove a yoke

拆下軛lu(ŋ)kas [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1110
lupaypáy

tired; withered

疲倦的;枯萎的lupaypáy [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1111
lupíŋ

floppy-eared (dogs)

軟耳(狗)lupíŋ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1112
lupís

narrow strips or fibers of the banana or abaca stalk pulled from wider strips and used for tying

香蕉或阿巴卡莖的窄條或纖維,從較寬的條中抽出,用於打結lupis₂ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1113
lusíʔ

prepuce, foreskin

包皮,包皮lusiq [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1114
lusíʔ-on

to pull back the foreskin

拉回包皮lusiq-en [PPH]lusiq

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1115
luslós

curled up, upturned (as a lip); blown up (as a skirt)

捲曲的,上翹的(如嘴唇);卷起的(如裙子)lesles₁ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1116
lútoʔ

dishes, food, cooking

菜肴、食物、烹飪lutuq [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1117
luwág

to become loose

變得鬆散luqaR [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1118
luwás

outside

外部luas₁ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1119
luwas-án

the outside, exterior; outlet, vent

外部;出口,通風口luas₁ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1120
luwáʔ

to spit something out of the mouth (usually food); to spew

從嘴裏吐出某物(通常是食物);吐出luaq [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1121
luylóy

flabby, flaccid

軟弱無力luylúy [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1122
luyóŋ-lúyoŋ

sway or swing from side to side

左右搖擺luyuŋ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1123
luʔnít

a shiny, round, healed wound (such as that left after the skin has been scalded)

有光澤的、圓的、癒合的傷口(如皮膚被燙傷後留下的傷口)luq(e)nit [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1124
luʔób

alley, backstreet

小巷,後街luqúb [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1125
ma-álon

turbulent, rough

湍流,粗糙ma-qalun [PWMP]qalun

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1126
ma-alsom na ŋísi

a sneer (lit. ‘sour smile’)

冷笑。“酸溜溜的微笑”ŋisi [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1127
ma-ambón

foggy, misty, hazy

霧濛濛的qembun [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1128
ma-ánoy

be eaten by termites

被白蟻吃掉ma-anay [PPH]aNay

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1129
ma-aŋhít

have the odor of a goat

有山羊的味道qaŋeSit [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1130
ma-asó

smoky

煙熏的ma-qasu [PMP]qasu₃

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1131
ma-balós

thank you

謝謝您bales₁ [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1132
ma-baŋís

cruel, mean, wicked, brutal

殘忍,卑鄙,邪惡,殘忍beŋis₁ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1133
ma-basóg

to get full

吃飽ma-besuR [PAN]besuR

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1134
ma-bigláʔ

be caught unawares, taken aback

措手不及,大吃一驚big(e)láq [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1135
ma-bíhag

be taken captive or hostage

被俘虜或劫持為人質ma-bihaR [PPH]bihaR

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1136
ma-bílaŋ

be able to count

會數數ma-bilaŋ [PPH]bilaŋ₁

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1137
ma-buál

get uprooted

被連根拔起ma-buál [PPH]buál

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1138
ma-bugók

to rot (eggs)

腐爛(蛋)ma-buRuk [PMP]buRuk

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1139
ma-buhók

have a lot of hair on the head

頭上有很多頭髮ma-buhek [PWMP]bukeS

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1140
ma-bukbók

be eaten or infested with small brown insects

被棕色的小昆蟲吃掉或侵染ma-bukbuk [PPH]bukbuk₃

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1141
ma-búkid

hilly, mountainous

丘陵、山地bukij [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1142
ma-bukúl-an

to get a bump or lump

腫塊bu(ŋ)kul [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1143
ma-buláte

get or suffer from roundworms

得或受蛔蟲之苦bulati [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1144
ma-bulód

hilly

丘陵bulud₃ [PMP]buled₁

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1145
ma-bumbon-án

of a river, blocked or obstructed by scrub, wood or bamboo

河流的,被灌木叢、木頭或竹子阻塞的bunbun [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1146
ma-buŋáw

get knocked out

被淘汰buŋaw₁ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1147
ma-búrak

flowery, having many flowers

多花的,有許多花的bujak [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1148
ma-busíʔ

get slit, torn, ripped

割破,撕破,撕破busiq [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1149
ma-búta

become blind

變得盲目ma-buta [PMP]buCa

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1150
ma-bútod

to spoil or rot, of fish

弄壞或腐爛buntuD [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1151
ma-buʔní

contract or suffer from ringworm

感染或患癬ma-buqeni [PPH]buqeni

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1152
ma-dáhon

leafy

葉狀的ma-dahun [PWMP]dahun

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1153
ma-daldál

talkative; vocal

健談的daldál [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1154
ma-dalíʔ

hurriedly, quickly, rapidly, in a rush; terse

匆匆忙忙地dalíq [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1155
ma-daŋóg

audible

可聽的ma-deŋeR [PWMP]deŋeR

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1156
ma-dáyaʔ

dishonest

不誠實的借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1157
ma-diklóm

dark, lacking in light

黑暗的,缺少光的ma-diklém [PPH]dik(e)lém

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1158
ma-diklom-án

to be caught by darkness (as at the end of the day)

被黑暗抓住(如在一天結束時)dik(e)lém [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1159
ma-dúgi

bony (referring only to fish)

骨感的(僅指魚)ma-duRi [PWMP]duRi

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1160
ma-dugóʔ

bloody, gory

血腥,血腥zuRuq [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1161
ma-dúnoŋ

astute, bright, clever, gifted, intelligent

機敏,聰明,聰明,有天賦,聰明dunuŋ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1162
mag-abáŋ

wait, watch for

等等,小心abaŋ₁ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1163
ma-gabáʔ

to be leveled, razed

被夷為平地,夷為平地ma-Rebaq [PPH]Rebaq

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1164
mag-abót

to arrive, come, reach

到,來,到qábut [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1165
mag-ágaw

to snatch

搶奪qaRaw [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1166
mag-agdá

invite, ask to come

邀請,邀請偶然性

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1167
mag-agóm

to get married; husband and wife, couple

結婚;夫妻agúm [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1168
ma-gakud-án

to be tied to a job, family, etc.

與工作、家庭等聯繫在一起。Rakéd [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1169
ma-gálaŋ

considerate, courteous, dignified, polite, respectful, reverent

體貼,有禮貌,有尊嚴,有禮貌,尊重,尊敬ma-gálaŋ [PPH]gálaŋ

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1170
mag-alpás

to free, set loose (usually birds, small animals)

釋放(通常是鳥、小動物)lepas [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1171
mag-amá-ʔ

father and child

父子maR-amax [PAN]amax

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1172
mag-ambon

to grow foggy, misty, hazy

變得霧濛濛的qembun [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1173
mag-ámo

to lead

領導借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1174
mag-áni

harvest, reap

收穫,收穫maR-qani [PAN]qaniS

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1175
mag-aníto

make a sacrifice to or hold a festival for a particular #anito

為某一特定的阿尼托獻祭或舉行節日maR-qanitu [PWMP]qaNiCu

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1176
mag-apát

become four

變成四個maR-epat [PWMP]Sepat

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1177
mag-aráy

to cry out in pain

痛哭aráy [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1178
mag-arnís

to fight in this way

以這種管道戰鬥借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1179
mag-ása

hope for the success of

對成功的希望借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1180
mag-asó

become smoky; to smoke, smolder

冒煙;冒煙qasu₃ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1181
mag-asód

help someone in pounding (rice, iron in a forge)

幫助某人搗碎(大米,鐵爐裏的鐵)maR-qasúd [PPH]qasúd

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1182
mag-ataŋ

offer or present a gift; to sacrifice something

奉獻或贈送禮物;犧牲某物átaŋ₄ [PPH]átaŋ

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1183
mag-atí

to fall (rivers, seas); to recede, ebb (tide); to boil off (water)

落(河、海);退(潮);煮(水)maR-qeti [PPH]qeti₁

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1184
ma-gatól

itchy

發癢的ma-gatel [PMP]gaCel

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1185
mag-atóp

to roof, to thatch

屋頂,茅草屋maR-qatep [PWMP]qatep

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1186
mag-atót

to break or pass wind, to fart

放屁maR-qetut [PWMP]qetut

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1187
mag-atúbaŋ

confront or face; face up to, contend with

面對或面對;面對atúbaŋ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1188
mag-áyon

to include; to implicate, involve

包括;牽連áyun [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1189
mag-ayúno

to fast

快速借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1190
mag-bahág

to wear a loincloth

纏腰帶bahaR [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1191
mag-báhaw

to grow cold

變冷bahaw [PMP]baSaw

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1192
mag-bákaŋ

to confuse, disorient

迷惑bakaŋ₂ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1193
mag-baknís

to pull upward, pulling off portions of the abaca plant containing the fibers later to be stripped

向上拔,拔出含有待剝纖維的阿巴卡植物的一部分bak(e)nis [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1194
mag-bantóg

to make famous; to make known, promote, spread the news about

使出名bantug [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1195
mag-banwít

go fishing; fish for something using a hook and line

釣魚;用魚鉤和魚線釣魚banuít [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1196
mag-baŋkáy

to shroud the corpse; to mourn or perform funeral rites for

為屍體裹屍;為…哀悼或舉行葬禮baŋkay [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1197
mag-báŋon

help someone up

幫某人起來maR-baŋun [PWMP]baŋuN

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1198
mag-bará-bára

to flail the hands or wave the hands about; to swim freestyle

拍打雙手或揮舞雙手;自由式bara-bara [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1199
mag-basáʔ

to wet, dampen

弄濕maR-baseq [PPH]baseq

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1200
mag-batón

to pull in (as a fishing line); to pull up (as pants); to yank

拉(如釣魚線);拉(如褲子);拉bantun [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1201
mag-báwas

to diminish the amount of something; to lessen, reduce, subtract; to minimize; to ease (as pain)

減少某物的數量;減少、減少、減去;最小化;減輕(如疼痛)bawas [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1202
mag-báwiʔ

to take back what you give, or go back on what you say; to exorcise, to drive out evil spirits

收回你所賜的,或收回你所說的;驅魔,驅除邪靈báwiq [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1203
mag-báyaʔ

to stop doing something; to abandon, disregard, renounce; to concede (as defeat)

停止做某事;放棄、漠視、放棄;讓步(作為失敗)bayáq [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1204
mag-bayó

to pound rice

搗米bayu [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1205
mag-bigláʔ

startle, catch someone unawares

嚇一跳,趁人不備big(e)láq [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1206
mag-bílaŋ

include in the count, tally

包括在計數、計數中maR-bilaŋ [PWMP]bilaŋ₁

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1207
mag-biláŋgoʔ

imprison, incarcerate

監禁借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1208
mag-bíra

strike or hit violently

猛擊bida [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1209
mag-biríbid

to twist (as wire, rope)

扭轉(如鋼絲、繩索)bidibid [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1210
mag-bírik

turn something (as a doorknob); cause a change in direction

轉動某物(如門把手);改變方向噪聲

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1211
mag-bitbít

carry in the hand, tote

手拿,手拿maR-bitbit [PWMP]bitbit

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1212
mag-bitís

walk barefoot

赤腳行走bities [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1213
mag-bóla

play ball

打球借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1214
mag-bómba

to bomb; to lambast, usually with reference to political tirades; act sexy, strip

轟炸;抨擊,通常指政治演說;表現得性感,脫衣借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1215
mag-bómba

to pump

借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1216
mag-buál

to uproot

拔除buál [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1217
mag-bubón

dig a well

挖一口井bubun₁ [PMP]bubun

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1218
mag-bubóŋ

cover the peak of the roof with #bubóŋ grass

在屋頂的頂端覆蓋上一層草bubuŋ₁ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1219
mag-bugá, i-bugá

to ejaculate

射精buRah [PMP]buReS

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1220
mag-bugsók

to turn steep

急轉彎bug(e)suk [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1221
mag-bugtóʔ

to pull a string until it snaps

拉繩子直到它折斷buR(e)tuq [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1222
mag-buhát

to arise, rise, get up, stand up; lift, raise, pick something up

起來,起來,起來,站起來buhat₃ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1223
mag-bukál

bubble up or flow from the ground (water)

從地面(水)冒出或流出bukal₁ [PMP]bukal

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1224
mag-bukás

to open, turn on (as a light)

打開,打開(作為燈)bu(ŋ)kas [PMP]bukas

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1225
mag-búkol

to swell, rise (of a bump); to buckle, as pavement in hot weather

膨脹膨脹,隆起(指隆起);彎曲,如炎熱天氣下的人行道buŋkul [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1226
mag-búkol

to swell, rise (of a bump)

膨脹,隆起bu(ŋ)kul [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1227
mag-búlaŋ

attack with a cock's spur; take or choose a particular cock to fight

用公雞的鞭子攻擊;抓住或選擇一只公雞bulaŋ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1228
mag-buldíŋ

to blind in one eye

一只眼失明bul(e)díŋ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1229
mag-bulóŋ

to treat medicinally

治病buluŋ₂ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1230
mag-búlos

to flow, to run (water)

流動,流動(水)maR-búlus [PPH]bulus

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1231
mag-búnot

to draw or pick a card

抽牌búnut [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1232
mag-bunóʔ

butcher, slaughter; kill; stab

屠夫,屠夫;殺戮;刺殺maR-bunuq [PWMP]buNuq₂

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1233
mag-buntót

poke someone in the behind, to goose

在背後捅某人,使之起雞皮疙瘩buntut₁ [PMP]buntut

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1234
mag-bunyág

perform a baptism, baptize; circumcise

施洗,施洗;割禮buniag [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1235
mag-búŋa

bear fruit

結果實maR-buŋa [PWMP]buŋa

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1236
mag-buŋáŋaʔ

form a crater; open out, form an opening

形成火山口buŋáŋaq [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1237
mag-buŋáw

knock out, render unconscious; to daze, stun

打昏buŋaw₁ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1238
mag-buŋkág

to rive, force open; to crack (as a safe)

撕開,強行打開;裂開(作為保險箱)buŋkaR [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1239
mag-buŋkál

to turn over the soil, break ground; to dig something out of the ground; to uproot

翻土,破土;從地裏挖東西;拔除buŋkal [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1240
mag-búrak

to flower

開花bujak [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1241
mag-burík-butík

make something spotted

把東西弄髒burik [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1242
mag-buríŋ

to mark with carbon, soot, or mud

用碳、煤煙或泥作記號budiŋ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1243
mag-busbós

rip open, slash, slit, tear; to incise

切開busbus [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1244
mag-busóg-an

struggle with one another

互相鬥爭busuR₁ [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1245
mag-búta

to blind

盲目的buta₁ [PMP]buCa

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1246
mag-búta-búta

feign blindness

假裝失明buta buta₁ [PWMP]buCa

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1247
mag-butás

to free, set free, release, set loose, emancipate, liberate; extricate; to wean

解脫,釋放,釋放,釋放,解放,解放;解脫;斷奶butas₁ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1248
mag-butbót

to hoot

butbut₁ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1249
mag-butóg

become inflated with air; boast or brag to

吹噓;吹噓buntuR [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1250
mag-buʔáya

to steal land

偷地buqaya [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1251
mag-dága

to stab with a dagger

用匕首刺借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1252
mag-dágit

to swoop down on a catch (birds)

猛撲(鳥)daRit [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1253
mag-dágom

to prick with a needle

用針紮zaRum [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1254
mag-dágos

to come or go in, enter

進進出出dagus₂ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1255
mag-dagsáʔ

to be carried away by the current and washed up on the shore or bank

被水流沖走,沖上岸dág(e)saq [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1256
mag-d〈ag〉uldól

to thunder

打雷duldúl₂ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1257
mag-dáhon

to sprout leaves

發芽maR-dahun [PWMP]dahun

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1258
mag-dákit

to ford or cross a stream

涉水dákit [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1259
mag-dakól

to abound, accumulate, increase in number

富足,積累,新增dakél [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1260
mag-dakóp

to apprehend, catch, capture; to collar, arrest, take into custody

拘捕dakep [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1261
mag-dálaw

to visit

參觀dálaw [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1262
mag-daldál

to gossip; to talk a lot

閒談daldál [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1263
mag-dalíʔ

to hasten, quicken (as the pace of something)

加速dalíq [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1264
mag-dáma

to play checkers

跳棋借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1265
mag-dámay

to share in one another’s feelings; to understand one another

分享彼此的感情;互相理解damay [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1266
mag-damáy-an

to offer support to, lend a hand to

支持,幫助damay [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1267
mag-dámot-dámot

to save, accumulate, amass

積攢dámut [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1268
mag-daŋdáŋ

to reheat; place something near the fire to warm, not putting it into the flames

加熱;把東西放在火旁加熱,而不是放進火裏maR-daŋdaŋ [PPH]daŋdaŋ

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1269
mag-daŋóg

to listen to

maR-deŋeR [PWMP]deŋeR

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1270
mag-dápit

to escort the dead (priests)

護送死者(牧師)dapit [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1271
mag-dápoʔ

to perch or land on

棲息或降落dapuq [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1272
mag-datóŋ

to arrive

到達dateŋ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1273
mag-dáyaʔ

to cheat, dupe, fool

欺騙、欺騙、愚弄借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1274
mag-dáʔan

to age

衰老daqan₂ [PMP]daqaN

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1275
mag-dedál

to wear a thimble

戴頂針借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1276
mag- diklóm

to grow dark

變暗dik(e)lém [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1277
mag-dílam

to lap up or catch with the tip of the tongue

舔舌尖dilam [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1278
mag-dílaʔ

to lick

dilaq₁ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1279
mag-dugóʔ

to bleed

流血zuRuq [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1280
mag-dúlut

to donate, offer, impart

捐贈、提供、傳授dúlut [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1281
mag-dumón

to make a nest in

築巢dug(e)mún [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1282
mag-duŋán

do something simultaneously

同時做某事maR-deŋan [PWMP]deŋan

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1283
mag-duŋán

to do something simultaneously

同時做某事deŋan [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1284
mag-duwá

to double; to divide into two parts

加倍;分成兩部分maR-duha [PWMP]duSa

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1285
mag-duwá dúwa

to hesitate over, be dubious about; to doubt, question, waver, vacillate

猶豫不決duha duha₂ [PMP]duSa

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1286
mag-dúyan

to rock a cradle or hammock

搖籃或吊床dúyan [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1287
mag-duyán dúyan

to rock or swing in a hammock

在吊床上搖晃dúyan [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1288
mag-gabáʔ

to destroy, to level, to raze

摧毀,夷平,夷為平地Rebaq [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1289
mag-gabók

to decay, rot

腐爛Rabuk [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1290
mag-gakód

to tie something to

把某物系在Rakéd [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1291
mag-gámit

to use; to avail oneself of

利用;利用Rámit [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1292
mag-gámit

to use; to avail oneself of;

利用;利用;gámit [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1293
mag-gánot

to pull up rice seedlings for transplanting

拔秧移栽gánut [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1294
mag-gápos

to manacle; to tie the hands or feet

束縛;束縛手腳Rapus [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1295
mag-gasgás

to scratch (not used to refer to scratching an itch); to mark or mar the surface

擦傷(不用於指搔癢);在表面上留下痕跡RasRas [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1296
mag-gáyad

to have the hem touch or drag on s.t.

使下擺觸碰或拖拽s.t。借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1297
mag-gíliŋ

to grind or mill grains, usually rice

碾米碾碎或磨碎穀物,通常是大米giliŋ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1298
mag-gi-nháwa

to breathe

呼吸nihawa [PMP]NiSawa

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1299
mag-gírok

to give a ticklish feeling

使發癢giruk [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1300
mag-gubát

to conquer or subdue a particular people

征服或征服某一民族gubát [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1301
mag-gulgól

to slice by not lifting the knife

不抬刀切gelgél [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1302
mag-guntíŋ

to cut with scissors

用剪刀剪借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1303
mag-guráŋ

to grow old

變老Rudaŋ [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1304
mag-gutgót

to cut something by drawing a knife back and forth like a saw

像鋸子一樣來回拔刀切東西getget₂ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1305
mag-gúyod

to drag, to pull (as a sled)

拖,拉(如雪橇)guyud₃ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1306
mag-gúyoŋ

to shake something (as a house on poles, a tree to bring the fruits down)

搖動某物(如木杆上的房子,倒下果實的樹)guyeŋ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1307
mag-gúyoŋ

to shake something (as a house on poles, a tree to bring the fruits down)

搖動某物(如木杆上的房子,倒下果實的樹)guyuŋ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1308
mag-habán

carry something cradled in cloth high on the back near the shoulders (as one might carry a small child)

haban [PMP]SabaN

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1309
mag-haból

weave cloth

織物maR-habél [PPH]habél

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1310
mag-hagkós

to tie a belt around

系腰帶hag(e)kes [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1311
mag-halhál

to gasp, pant

喘氣halhál [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1312
mag-háŋad

to lift the head to look at someone who is talking

抬起頭看著說話的人háŋad [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1313
mag-haŋót

to eat s.t. tough by pulling at it with the teeth

用牙齒使勁拉著吃haŋet [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1314
mag-hápag

to pursue, chase

追逐hápaR [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1315
mag-hayóp

blow something away, blow on

把東西吹走,吹下去maR-heyup [PWMP]Seyup

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1316
mag-haʔwás

to come out of the water; to fish or pull something out of the water

從水裏出來;釣魚或從水里拉出某物haq(e)was [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1317
mag-higdáʔ

lie down

躺下maR-hideRáq [PPH]hideRáq

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1318
mag-higót

to pull taut or tight; to tighten

拉緊;拉緊higút [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1319
mag-híkaw

to wear earrings

戴耳環借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1320
mag-híkot

to make a net from

maR-hiket [PWMP]Siket

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1321
mag-hila

to pull or haul while singing

邊唱邊拉hilah [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1322
mag-hilamón

to weed

除草借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1323
mag-hílap

to slice meat

切肉hilap₃ [PPH]hilap

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1324
mag-hílom

to keep a secret

保守秘密lihem [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1325
mag-hilóm-an

to keep a secret from

保守秘密lihem [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1326
mag-hinóg

to ripen

成熟hinuR [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1327
mag-hubád

to undo a knot; to untie, unfasten, disentangle

解開結;解開maR-hubád [PPH]hubád

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1328
mag-húboʔ

to move to a new place; to move or transfer something to a new place

搬到一個新地方;把某物搬到或轉移到一個新地方hubuq [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1329
mag-húgas

to wash (as dishes, a car; not applied to the face, hands or clothes)

洗臉(如洗碗、洗車;不適用於臉、手或衣服)maR-huRas [PPH]SuRas

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1330
mag-hugót

to remove something with the fingers (as lice from the hair, or grains of rice from the stalk)

用手指除去某物(如毛髮上的蝨子或莖上的米粒)húRut [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1331
mag-húlog

to drop (something)

放下(某物)maR-huluR [PPH]SuluR

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1332
mag-íhiʔ

urinate

小便器ihiq [PMP]iSiq

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1333
mag-íkog

put a tail on something

尾隨某物maR-ikuR [PWMP]ikuR

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1334
ma-gílaŋ

resplendent

金碧輝煌gilaŋ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1335
mag-ílog

to travel via the main channel or deepest part of a river

穿過主河道或河的最深處iluR₂ [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1336
mag-imón

be jealous of, covet, envy, begrudge

妒忌、覬覦、嫉妒、嫉妒qímun [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1337
mag-ináʔ

mother and child

母子maR-ina [PAN]ina

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1338
mag-inóm

to drink

maR-inum [PWMP]inum

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1339
magin-pampám

to become a prostitute

當妓女借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1340
magin-sakáŋ

to become bow-legged

彎腿sakaŋ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1341
mag-iŋat

be careful; look out or be on the lookout; take care in doing something

小心;當心;當心maR-iŋat [PWMP]iŋat

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1342
ma-gipít

to be cornered, caught in a tight spot, have no place to run to; to be caught short of time or money

被逼得走投無路,陷入困境,無處可逃;時間或金錢短缺gipit [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1343
mag-i-rárom

to place beneath

放在下麵i dalem [PMP]dalem

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1344
mag-i-ráya

to go upstream; to carry upstream

逆流而上;逆流而上daya [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1345
mag-íris

to have watery diarrhea

腹瀉íris [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1346
ma-girúk-an

to feel ticklish

發癢giruk [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1347
mag-i-taʔás

lift, raise, hoist, elevate

提升,提升,提升,提升i-atas [PMP]aCas

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1348
mag-ka-anó-áno

be related to each other in what way?

彼此有什麼關係?anu-anu [PWMP]-nu₁

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1349
mag-kabá-kabá

to throb (as the heart); to palpitate

悸動(如心臟);悸動kabá [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1350
mag-kabán

to place something into a chest

把東西放進箱子裏kaban₂ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1351
mag-kábig

to set a boat back on course by turning it with an oar

用槳把船劃回航道kábig [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1352
mag-kábig

to rake in with the hand (as chips in the game of roulette)

用手抓(如輪盤賭中的籌碼)kabiR [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1353
mag-kabít

to support, hold up (as a weak person)

支撐,支撐(作為弱者)kabít₂ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1354
mag-kablít

to touch someone on the arm or touch someone’s clothing to get his attention

撫摸某人的胳膊或衣服以引起他的注意kab(e)lít [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1355
mag-kabóg

to agitate water with the hand

用手攪動水kabuR [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1356
mag-kagát

to bite

kaRat [PMP]kaRaC

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1357
mag-kágaw

to scratch a part of the body (as to relieve an itch)

搔身體的一部分(如止癢)kaRaw₂ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1358
mag-ka-kán

to eat

kaen [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1359
mag-ka-kán

to eat; to dine on; to devour; to jump (as in checkers)

吃;吃;吞食;跳躍(如跳棋)maR-kaen [PPH]kaen

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1360
mag-kaldít

to make an incision for the purpose of drawing blood

切開以抽血為目的kal(e)dít [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1361
mag-kalí

to leave tread marks in; to leave furrows or grooves in

留下腳印kali₁ [PAN]kali

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1362
mag-kalkág

to dig up, to exhume

挖掘,挖掘噪聲

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1363
mag-kamkám

to appropriate someone else’s property

侵佔他人財產kamkam [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1364
mag-kaŋkáŋ

to walk with the legs spread apart; to walk with the arms out, as if something is tucked under the armpits

kaŋkaŋ₁ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1365
mag-kapáʔ-kápaʔ

to flounder; to move clumsily and without proper balance

掙扎;笨拙地移動kapaq-kapaq [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1366
mag-kapót

to hold in the hand

握在手中kaput₁ [PMP]kaput

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1367
mag-kápot

to be stuck together; to be tightly wound around one another

粘在一起;緊緊地纏繞在一起kapét [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1368
mag-kapót

to hold in the hand

握在手中kapút [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1369
mag-káris

to shave hair with a razor or knife; to shave the head or face

用剃刀或刀剃頭發;剃頭或臉karis₁ [PMP]karis

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1370
mag-káros

to grate or scrape

磨擦karus [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1371
magka-sabáy

to end up together; to coincide

合而為一;合而為一sa(m)bay [PWMP]sabay₁

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1372
mag-ka-sálaʔ

to sin

犯罪salaq₁ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1373
mag-katáŋ-kátaŋ

to bob on the surface of the water

在水面上擺動kataŋ-kataŋ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1374
mag-kawíŋ

to chain

鏈子kawiŋ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1375
mag-káwit

to hook

鉤住maR-kawit [PWMP]kawit

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1376
mag-káya

to withstand, endure; to take or stand (as pain or hard work); to afford to do something

承受,忍受;承受或忍受(如痛苦或艱苦的工作);負擔得起做某事kaya [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1377
mag-kayáb

to fan

扇子kayab [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1378
mag-kaykáy

to scratch the ground with the hand, foot or paw; (fig.) to scavenge

用手、腳或爪子刮地;(圖)kaykáy [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1379
mag-kikík

to squeak (mice, rats)

吱吱叫(老鼠,老鼠)kikik [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1380
mag-kílaw

to prepare fish or meat for eating raw by marinating it in vinegar

醃制用醋醃制魚或肉以供生吃kilaw₁ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1381
mag-kilít

to carry something (usually a child) astride the hips, with one arm giving support at the back

抱東西(通常是小孩)跨過臀部,一只胳膊在後面支撐kilít [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1382
mag-kimát-kimát

to flicker, twinkle; shimmer; to twitch or blink (the eye)

閃爍,閃爍;閃爍;抽動或閃爍(眼睛)kimat [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1383
mag-kimkím

to pick at one’s food, show little interest in eating; to eat with just the tips of the fingers; to eat slowly and fastidiously

kimkím [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1384
mag-kípot

to sew two ends together over a hole

把兩端縫在一個洞上kiput [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1385
mag-kiskís

to scale a fish

魚鱗kiskis [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1386
mag-kit-kilát

to have lightning; to strike (lightning)

閃電;閃電maR-kilat [PWMP]likaC

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1387
mag-kubkób

to place the arms around a seated child while standing at his back in order to warm or protect him

把手臂放在坐著的孩子身上,同時站在他的背上以溫暖或保護他kebkeb₁ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1388
mag-kúboŋ

to use a mosquito net

使用蚊帳kubuŋ₂ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1389
mag-kubót-kubót

to wrinkle (the skin)

使(皮膚)起皺kubet-kubet [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1390
mag-kuhól

to collect such snails

收集這種蝸牛kuhul [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1391
mag-kúlit

to eat sugarcane, pulling off the skin with the teeth

吃甘蔗,用牙齒剝皮kulit [PMP]kuliC

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1392
mag-kúlit

to eat sugarcane, pulling off the skin with the teeth

吃甘蔗,用牙齒剝皮kúlit [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1393
mag-kulkól

to cuddle or cradle, to have one sit on one’s lap

抱或抱,坐在膝上kelkel₁ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1394
mag-kulkól

to cuddle or cradle; to have someone sit on one’s lap

抱或抱;讓某人坐在膝上kulkul [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1395
mag-kúlop

to go into eclipse (of the sun)

日食kelep [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1396
mag-kumkóm

to fold the arms across the chest

雙臂交叉於胸前kumkum [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1397
mag-kumól

to form a ball of rice with the hand

用手搓成一團米kemel [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1398
mag-kuŋkóŋ

to walk hunched over

彎腰走路kuŋkuŋ₂ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1399
mag-kupáy

to swim by paddling with the hands

用手劃水游泳kepay kepay [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1400
mag-kupáy-kupáy

to motion with the hands; to beckon

用手移動;招手kepay kepay [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1401
mag-kupkóp

to remain short (of the hair)

留短髮kupkup₄ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1402
mag-kuráb

to flame; to burst into flame

燃燒;燃燒借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1403
mag-kurákot

to ask for favors, bribes, etc.

索取幫助、賄賂等。借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1404
mag-kúrit-an

draw a line on

在上面畫一條線kur(e)qit [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1405
mag-kuroŋ

to pen up; to place in a cage or coop

圈起;放在籠子或籠子裏kuruŋ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1406
mag-kurót

to curl or wave

捲曲或揮舞kurut [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1407
mag-kuwaw

to hoot

kuaw [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1408
mag-kúyog

to obey, to comply with

服從kúyug [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1409
mag-labá

to wash clothes, to launder

洗衣服,洗衣服借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1410
mag-labáw

to be higher than; to protrude or extend above

高於;伸出labaw₂ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1411
mag-labóg

to catch fish in the mud, fields, streams, using only the hands

在泥濘、田野、溪流中捕魚,只用手lebuR [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1412
mag-labók

to crush or pound with a pestle

搗碎用杵搗碎lebuk [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1413
mag-labók

to crush or pound with a pestle; crush toasted rice

碾碎或用杵搗;碾碎烤米飯la(m)buk [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1414
mag-labók

to crush or pound with a pestle

搗碎用杵搗碎lebék [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1415
mag-lagáy

to bribe

賄賂借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1416
mag-lákad

to step over; to pace off a particular area or distance

跨過;跨過某一特定區域或距離maR-lákaj [PPH]lakaj

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1417
mag-lakáw

to walk, to stride

走路,走路lakaw [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1418
mag-lakáw-lakáw

to go for a stroll or walk

散步lakaw lakaw [PMP]lakaw

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1419
mag-lákoʔ

to peddle goods

兜售貨物借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1420
mag-laktáw

to step over; to leave out, omit, overlook, skip over

跳過;省略、忽略、跳過lak(e)táw [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1421
mag-lamán

to be fleshy, to have lots of meat

多肉,多吃肉lamán [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1422
mag-lámay

to sit vigil for

守夜lámay [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1423
mag-lambóŋ

to wear such a garment

穿這樣的衣服lambuŋ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1424
mag-lámon

to eat

lamun₂ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1425
mag-lampás

to pass by; to go beyond; to exceed, surpass, transcend

超越;超越;超越lampás [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1426
mag-lampáso

to scrub with a coconut husk

用椰子皮擦洗借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1427
mag-lampín

to diaper, to change the diapers of

換尿布,換尿布lampin [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1428
mag-laŋóy

to swim

游泳laŋuy [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1429
mag-lapáw

to look too far beyond for something that is being pointed out; to look too far beyond or go too far beyond

lepaw₃ [PPH]lepaw₂

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1430
mag-lapáw

to look too far beyond for something that is being pointed out; to go too far beyond

看得太遠,看得太遠;看得太遠la(m)paw [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1431
mag-lápaʔ

to quarter animals; to cut meat into pieces

把動物切成兩半;把肉切成塊lapaq [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1432
mag-lapdos

to whip, to lash

鞭打lap(e)des [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1433
mag-lápis

to write something in pencil

用鉛筆寫東西借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1434
mag-lapláp

to slice or cut meat away from the bone; to shave the bark off wood or bamboo

把肉從骨頭上切下來;把樹皮從木頭或竹子上刮下來lapláp [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1435
mag-lásaw

to become watery

變得潮濕lásaw [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1436
mag-laslás

to slit, rip; to tear away

撕開;撕開laslas [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1437
mag-laták

to crack or split (as dry wood)

劈開或劈開(如乾柴)letak₁ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1438
mag-laták

to crack or split (as dry wood)

劈開或劈開(如乾柴)laták [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1439
mag-látay

to lay leaves or sticks across an area of mud or mire to facilitate crossing

在泥濘或泥濘的地方鋪上樹葉或樹枝以便於穿越latay [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1440
mag-láway

to drool

流口水láway [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1441
mag-layáb-layáb

to dance (flames)

跳舞(火焰)layab [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1442
mag-láyas

to run away from; to desert

逃離;逃離layas₁ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1443
mag-layón

to work on something from dawn to dusk

從早到晚做某事layun [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1444
mag-libák

to talk about people in their absence, usually in a derogatory manner; to backbite, to criticize

在別人不在的時候談論別人,通常以貶損的管道;詆毀,責備libák [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1445
mag-líbog

to become blurred, indistinct

變得模糊liq(e)beR [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1446
mag-líbot

walk around, rove

四處走走,流浪libut [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1447
mag-lígid

to roll

滾動ligid [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1448
mag-líkaw

to make a turn, detour, deviate; to meander; to avoid, to take the long way around

轉彎,繞道,偏離;蜿蜒;避開,繞行likaw [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1449
mag-liklík

to avoid, bypass, go around, detour around

liklík [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1450
mag-likós

to measure the circumference of something

量測某物的周長likes [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1451
mag-líkoʔ

to turn around a bend; to veer; to swerve

轉過彎;轉向;轉向likuq [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1452
mag-lilíp

to hem

折邊lílip [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1453
mag-limá

to become five

五歲maR-lima [PWMP]lima

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1454
mag-limás

to bail out water, to drain water

放水,排水limas [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1455
mag-limód

to eat on the sly, to eat so as not to seen

偷吃liméd [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1456
mag-lindóŋ

to grow more shady

變得更陰暗liduŋ [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1457
mag-línog

to quake, tremor (the earth)

地震,震動(地球)linuR [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1458
mag-liŋág-liŋág

to turn the head looking from one place to another; to look for something in this way

把頭從一個地方轉向另一個地方;用這種方法尋找某物liŋaR [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1459
mag-liŋáw

to forget, to dismiss

忘記,拋棄kaliŋaw [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1460
mag-liŋáw

to forget, to dismiss

忘記,拋棄liŋáw [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1461
mag- lítid

to pop out or become prominent (veins, as when under the strain of singing or lifting something heavy); usually expressed in the plural as #mag-li-lítid

lítid [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1462
mag-litík

to crack (as a glass when filled with boiling water); to hit someone with the tip of the finger snapped from the end of the thumb, to give someone a fillip

li(n)tik [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1463
mag-liwánag

to become light

變輕借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1464
mag-líʔog

to take by the neck

掐住脖子liqeR [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1465
mag-lubáŋ

to sow root crops by planting the shoots

通過種植嫩枝來播種塊根作物lubaŋ₂ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1466
mag-lubóŋ

bury a corpse; inter, entomb

埋葬屍體;埋葬lebeŋ₁ [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1467
mag-ludlód

to grow worse; to become more grave (of an illness); to deteriorate (of a condition)

惡化;變得更嚴重(指疾病);惡化(指病情)ludlud₂ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1468
mag-lugmók

to fall in a heap; to fall when the knees give way

摔成一堆lug(e)múk [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1469
mag-lúgos

to rape

強姦luges [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1470
mag-lúhaʔ

to tear (of the eyes), to cry

流淚maR-luheq [PMP]luSeq

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1471
mag-luhód

to kneel

跪下luhúd [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1472
mag-lukób

to remove something with such a chisel

用鑿子把某物鑿掉借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1473
mag-lulón

to roll up (as paper, a mat)

卷起(如紙、墊子)lulun [PMP]luluN

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1474
mag-lúmaʔ

to age, become old

變老,變老lúmaq [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1475
mag-lumpát

to jump (fish in water)

跳(水中魚)lumpat [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1476
mag-lumpat-án

to jump from (something)

從(某物)上跳下來lumpat [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1477
mag-lumpat-ón

to jump for (something)

為某事而跳lumpat [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1478
mag-lunlón

to clean weeds and grasses from the edge of a cultivated field, throwing these weeds and grasses toward the center of the field

lunlún [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1479
mag-lúnod

to sink something; to scuttle, capsize, submerge, overturn

使某物下沉;使沉沒、傾覆、淹沒、傾覆lúnud [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1480
mag-luŋáloŋ

to take shelter in such a structure

在這樣的建築中避難luŋáluŋ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1481
mag-lusíʔ

to pull back the foreskin

拉回包皮lusiq [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1482
mag-luslós

to curl or turn up

捲曲或出現lesles₁ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1483
mag-lusót

sneak in by way of; make one’s way through without being caught or detected; to get away via

通過;在沒有被抓住或發現的情況下通過;通過lusút [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1484
mag-lútab

to spit something out; to spit on or at

吐出某物;吐在或朝lútab [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1485
mag-lúto

to mourn for someone by wearing black

穿黑色衣服為某人哀悼借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1486
mag-lútoʔ

to cook

烹調lutuq [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1487
mag-luwás

to exit, to go out or come out; to take out, to put out

出,出,出luas₁ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1488
mag-mána

to inherit

繼承mana₁ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1489
mag-mána

to inherit

繼承maña [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1490
mag-máso

to pound with a sledge hammer

用大錘敲擊借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1491
mag-matá

to wake up; to awaken, arouse

喚醒;喚醒mata [PMP]maCa

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1492
mag-mukmók

to grind or chop finely

磨碎mukmuk [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1493
mag-mulmól

to suck the fingers

吮吸手指mulmul [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1494
mag-námit

to taste, savor

品嘗mag-námit [PPH]ñamit

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1495
mag-nánaʔ

to become pussy (a wound)

變成陰部(傷口)maR-nanaq [PWMP]naNaq

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1496
mag-nátad

to be neighbors

做鄰居natad [PMP]NataD

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1497
mag-níwaŋ

become thin, lose weight

變瘦,減肥niwaŋ [PMP]Niwaŋ

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1498
mag-ŋáŋa

to open the mouth, to gape

張嘴,張嘴ŋaŋa₂ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1499
mag-ŋísi

to smile at, to laugh or chuckle at

笑,笑,笑ŋisi [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1500
mag-ŋusŋós

to whine (a dog)

抱怨(狗)ŋusŋus [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1501
mag-ŋúsoʔ

to reproach, admonish

責備、訓誡ŋusuq [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1502
mag-ŋutŋót

to chew or gnaw on tough or fibrous things (as a water buffalo chewing on its tethering rope)

啃咬或啃咬堅硬的或纖維狀的東西(如水牛啃它的繩索)ŋutŋut₄ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1503
mag-ŋuyáʔ

to chew, masticate

咀嚼,咀嚼ŋuyaq [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1504
mag-pádis

to pair off; to go in pairs

結對借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1505
mag-pádis-pádis

to pair many things together

把許多東西組合在一起借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1506
mag-padpád

to drag anchor (a boat driven by the wind)

拋錨padpád [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1507
mag-pa-duwá

to divide into two, to halve; to send two at a time

一分為二,一分為二duha [PMP]duSa

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1508
mag-pagpág

to shake something out (as a rug); to shake something out against; to beat something to remove the dust

pegpeg₁ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1509
mag-pa-hidám

to lend

借出maR-hinzam [PWMP]hinzam

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1510
mag-pakpák

to place wings on

插上翅膀pakpak₁ [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1511
mag-pa-kupkóp

to have the hair cut short

把頭發剪短kupkup₄ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1512
mag-pakyáw

to buy wholesale

批發購買借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1513
mag-pa-lásaw

to thin liquids

稀釋液體lásaw [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1514
mag-palóŋ

to cut a cock’s comb; to cut or notch the ear of a person or animal

割雞冠;割人或動物的耳朵páluŋ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1515
mag-palpál

to drive in (as a post into the ground)

開車進去(作為柱子)palpál₂ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1516
mag-pandóŋ

to shelter the head with a hood, canopy or parasol

用風帽、傘或陽傘遮住頭部panduŋ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1517
mag-pandóŋ

to shelter the head with a hood

用風帽遮住頭噪聲

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1518
mag-pa-níwaŋ

go on a diet, deliberately try to lose weight

節食,刻意減肥niwaŋ [PMP]Niwaŋ

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1519
mag-pantáy

to level off (something)

平復(某物)pantay [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1520
mag-pa-rígos

to bathe someone

給某人洗澡diRus [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1521
mag-pásaŋ

to fit the head of an axe on the handle by splitting an end of the handle so that it may be wedged tight in the head

pasaŋ₂ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1522
mag-pások

put something together with such pegs

用這樣的釘子把東西釘在一起pacek [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1523
mag-pások

put something together with such pegs

用這樣的釘子把東西釘在一起pasek [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1524
mag-pásoʔ

to deliberately burn, scorch or scald; to cauterize

燒灼有意地燒焦、燒焦或燙傷;燒灼pásuq [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1525
mag-paspás

to be quick, to accelerate

快點,加速paspás₄ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1526
mag-patís

to season with fish sauce

用魚露調味借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1527
mag-pa-títiʔ

to pour drop by drop

一滴一滴地倒tiqtiq [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1528
mag-patód

to deliberately snap something

故意折斷某物pated [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1529
mag-paypáy

to beckon to, motion to someone to come

向某人招手paypáy [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1530
mag-paʔít

to become bitter

變得痛苦paqit₂ [PMP]paqiC

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1531
mag-páʔon

to bait or set a trap; to place bait on a hook; to decoy or lure

誘餌或設陷阱;把誘餌放在鉤上;誘餌或誘餌paen [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1532
mag-píla

to line up; to stand in line

排隊;排隊借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1533
mag-píliʔ

to choose, pick, select, single out; to elect

選擇maR-piliq [PWMP]piliq

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1534
mag-pínsan

to be cousins

表親pinsan [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1535
mag-pintóʔ

to close (a door, umbrella, a shop for the night)

關門(一扇門、一把傘、一家商店)借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1536
mag-piŋkíʔ

to brush against someone with the side of the arm

用胳膊的一側去擦某人piŋkíq [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1537
mag-pírak

to alloy silver with other metals

使銀與其他金屬合金化借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1538
mag-pisón

to steamroll something

蒸滾某物借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1539
mag-pitó

to become seven

七歲maR-pitu [PWMP]pitu

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1540
mag-píto

to blow a whistle

吹哨借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1541
mag-pitpít

to whip lightly, to spank someone; to spank the behind or whip a particular part of the body

鞭打輕輕地鞭打某人;鞭打背後或鞭打身體的某一部分pitpit₃ [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1542
mag-piʔpíʔ

to wash clothes

洗衣服piqpiq [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1543
mag-pósas

to handcuff, manacle, shackle

用手銬、手銬、腳鐐借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1544
mag-pudpód

to become worn down or worn out

磨損pudpud [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1545
mag-puhág

to cut the honeycomb from the beehive

從蜂巢裏切蜂巢puhaR [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1546
mag-púkaw

to wake someone up; to get someone up; to rouse

喚醒某人;喚醒某人;喚醒pukaw₃ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1547
mag-púkol

to strike with a stick

用棍子打pukul₁ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1548
mag-púkot

to catch fish with such a net

用這樣的網捕魚puket₁ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1549
mag-pukpók

to beat, hit, or strike someone or something with a stick or club; to batter; to paddle

用棍子或棍子打、打或打某人或某物;擊;劃pukpuk [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1550
mag-púliŋ

to throw dirt in someone’s eye

向某人的眼睛裏扔土puliŋ₂ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1551
mag-pulót

to become sticky

變粘pulut [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1552
mag-pulpól

to place a plaster on a cut or wound

在傷口上貼膏藥pulpul₂ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1553
mag-púnas

to take a sponge bath

洗個海綿澡punas [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1554
mag-punéte

to box, to hit or strike someone

打,打或打某人借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1555
mag-punyál

to stab with a dagger

用匕首刺借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1556
mag- puŋpóŋ

to braid together in a string; to tie into small bundles (as rice stalks)

編織成一條線;紮成一小束(如稻草)puŋpuŋ₂ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1557
mag-puspós

to beat down; to hit or strike

擊倒;擊打puspus₂ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1558
mag-putól

to cut; to amputate, dismember, sever; to cut something from

割傷;截肢、肢解、割斷;割斷某物putul [PMP]putun

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1559
mag-putpót

to make the sound of beep-beep, honk-honk or toot-toot

發出嘟嘟、嘟嘟或嘟嘟的聲音putput₂ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1560
mag-puwás

to break (a fever); to pass (a feeling of intoxication

退燒puas [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1561
mag-puʔón

to begin or start, set off

出發puqun [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1562
mag-rabnót

to grab someone by the hair or beard; to grab onto something and pull

抓住某人的頭髮或鬍鬚;抓住某物並拉動rab(e)nút [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1563
mag-ragrág

to fall (of crumbs, dirt, etc.)

掉下來(指麵包屑、泥土等)regrég [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1564
mag-rámas

to combine or mix

混合rámas [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1565
mag-ramás-an

to churn; to mix with

攪動rámas [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1566
mag-rára

to weave mats, baskets, etc. from palm leaves

用棕櫚葉編織墊子、籃子等laja [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1567
mag-rárom

to grow deeper

越長越深dalem [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1568
mag-rárom

to grow deeper

越長越深ma-dalem [PAN]dalem

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1569
mag-rayóʔ

to take further away; to move something to a more distant location

把某物移到更遠的地方adayúq [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1570
mag-raʔbót

to pluck feathers

拔羽毛raq(e)but [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1571
mag-rukmíʔ

to bash; to dent or flatten

擊打;壓扁偶然性

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1572
mag-ruŋkáb

to force open; to pry apart

撬開;撬開ruŋkab [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1573
mag-sabát

to meet someone (as at the station when he first arrives); to welcome

迎接某人(如他剛來時在車站);歡迎sabat [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1574
mag-sabáy

to speak at the same time as someone else

和別人同時說話sa(m)bay [PWMP]sabay₁

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1575
mag-sábog

to sow by scattering seeds; to splash water on

撒下種子;潑水sabuR [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1576
mag-sáboŋ

to push one’s fighting cock toward another to entice them to fight

把一只鬥雞推向另一只,誘使它們打架sabuŋ₁ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1577
mag-sabsáb

to graze

吃草sabsab [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1578
mag-sabsab-án

to graze on (as a particular section of land)

吃草(作為土地的一部分)sabsab [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1579
mag-sabsab-ón

to graze on (as a particular type of grass)

吃草(作為一種特殊的草)sabsab [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1580
mag-sabunót

to pull s.o. by the hair or beard

扯頭髮或鬍子sabunut [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1581
mag-sadsád

to perform dance steps

舞步sadsad [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1582
mag-ságap

to gather information or facts by listening; to induce

通過傾聽收集資訊或事實;誘導saRap [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1583
mag-ságo

to exude a liquid

流出液體sagu₂ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1584
mag-sagóp

to dam up a river

築壩sáRep [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1585
mag-sagót-sagót

to answer back, to be sassy

回敬,無禮sagút [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1586
mag-sahóg

to add fish or meat to vegetables as a seasoning

在蔬菜中加入魚或肉作為調味品sahuR [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1587
mag-sáka

to wound with a cockspur

用雞刺刺傷sáka [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1588
mag-sakáy

ride in a boat

坐船sakay₁ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1589
mag-sakdó

to fetch water (as from a river, stream)

取水(如從河流、小溪)sakedú [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1590
mag-sákit

to become difficult

變得困難maR-sakit [PWMP]sakit

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1591
mag-sakmál

to grab as big a handful as possible; to clasp the arms around someone roughly and tightly; to clinch, to hold in a bear hug

sak(e)mál [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1592
mag-sakníb

to insert something beneath; to insert something into a pile (of mats, paper, etc.)

在下面插入某物;把某物插入一堆(墊子、紙等)sak(e)níb [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1593
mag-sakób

to place a layer of iron over steel in the working of a knife or bolo; to cover with a layer of iron

把一層鐵覆蓋在鋼上,用刀或原子筆工作;用一層鐵覆蓋sakúb [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1594
mag-saksák

to stab; to plug something in; to insert something

刺;插入某物;插入某物maR-seksek [PWMP]seksek₁

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1595
mag-saksák

to plug something in; to insert something

插入某物;插入某物saksák [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1596
mag-saksák

to plug something in; to insert something

插入某物;插入某物seksek₁ [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1597
mag-sálaʔ

to admonish, censure, reprimand, reprove, rebuke

訓誡、責難、斥責、責備、斥責maR-salaq [PWMP]salaq₁

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1598
mag-saldáŋ

to shine (of the sun)

照耀(太陽)sel(e)daŋ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1599
mag-salóg

to construct a floor for a house

為房子建造地板saleR [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1600
mag-salóm

to bet one another who can hold his breath longest under water

打賭誰能在水下屏住呼吸最久selem₁ [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1601
mag-sáloŋ

to fasten or seal with resin

用樹脂固定或密封saleŋ [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1602
mag-salsál

to thin or flatten out metal by pressing or beating; (vulgar) to masturbate

通過按壓或敲打使金屬變薄或變平;(粗俗)手淫salsál [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1603
mag-samá

to be partners in a money-making enterprise; to hold shares in the same business or commercial venture

sama [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1604
mag-sámpok

to bump or bang into

sempuk [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1605
mag-samsám

to accumulate wealth by somewhat ruthless means; to grab money or land; to commandeer; to seize or confiscate; to pillage or plunder during a time of war (archaic)

samsám [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1606
mag-sandíg

to lean on something

依靠某物sandiR [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1607
mag-saŋá

to put forth a branch, etc.

伸出樹枝等。saŋa₁ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1608
mag-saɁŋát

to climb on top of something; to place something on top

爬上某物的頂部;把某物放在上面saŋ(e)qát [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1609
mag-saŋáw

to exude a vapor, air, etc.; to give off (as fumes)

散發出蒸汽、空氣等;散發(如煙霧)seŋ(e)qaw [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1610
mag-saŋgáɁ

to bar, barricade, block; to detain or stand in the way of; to obstruct

阻攔、設定路障、阻擋;阻擋saŋgaq [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1611
mag-saŋgól

to cut the hair short when in mourning

哀悼時把頭發剪短saŋgul [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1612
mag-saŋkáp

to add an ingredient or component; to equip

添加一種成分或成分;裝備saŋkap [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1613
mag-saŋlág

to fry grains such as rice or corn; to fry peanuts

炒米飯或玉米等穀物;炒花生saŋelaR [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1614
mag-saŋsáŋ

stuff something into the mouth with force; to gag, place a gag in the mouth

用力把東西塞進嘴裏;堵住,把東西塞進嘴裏seŋseŋ [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1615
mag-saŋsáŋ-an

to criticize someone in print, on the radio, etc.

在印刷品、廣播等方面責備某人。saŋsáŋ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1616
mag-saɁóp

to apprentice oneself to

當學徒saqup [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1617
mag-sapáɁ

to munch on, to chew

咀嚼,咀嚼sapaq₃ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1618
mag-sapíɁ

to break or snap off branches or twigs

折斷或折斷樹枝sepiq [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1619
mag-sapín

to line (as shelves, boxes); to pad, insulate

排成一行(如架子、盒子);墊上、絕緣sapín [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1620
mag-sapó

to sweep back in place with the hand (as fallen bits of rice); to push back the hair from the forehead with the hand

sapu [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1621
mag-sapyáw

to catch fish with this type of net

用這種網捕魚借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1622
mag-sárab

to burn hay or straw

燒草sadab [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1623
mag-sárab

to burn hay or straw

燒草sajab [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1624
mag-saráw

curse, put a curse on

詛咒,詛咒saraw [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1625
mag-sárok

to dip for water

蘸水sanduk [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1626
mag-sároŋ

to sheath

至護套saruŋ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1627
mag-sawá

to seize (of a python)

抓住(蟒蛇的)sawa [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1628
mag-sáwaɁ

to eat too much; to overeat; to be fed up; to be bored; to be sick and tired of doing something

吃得太多;吃得太多;受夠了;厭煩了;厭倦了做某事saweqaq [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1629
mag-sawsáw

to dip (as food into a sauce)

蘸(如食物蘸醬)sawsáw [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1630
mag-saysáy

to narrate or chronicle; to tell a story; to tell of an experience; to give an account of

敘述或編年史;講故事;講述經驗;敘述sáysay [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1631
mag-saysay-án

to tell a story to

講故事給sáysay [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1632
mag-saʔgíd

to sideswipe or brush against

側擊saq(e)gid [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1633
mag-síbaɁ

to catch or carry something off in the jaws (as a crocodile); to eat (of animals); to eat like a pig (humans)

sibáq [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1634
mag-sibót

to be busy or occupied

忙碌偶然性

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1635
mag-sigpít

pick something up with tongs

用鉗子夾東西sig(e)pít [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1636
mag-sigpít

to pick something up with tongs

用鉗子夾東西siR(e)pít [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1637
mag-síkad

to kick (as when swimming)

踢(如游泳時)maR-síkad [PPH]síkad

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1638
mag-síko

to elbow; to poke with the elbow

用肘戳sikux [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1639
mag-sikoʔán

to wrap thread around the shuttle

把線繞在梭子上sikuqan [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1640
mag-sílaɁ

to sit with the legs crossed at the thighs; to cross the legs in this way

雙腿交叉坐在大腿上;這樣交叉雙腿借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1641
mag-sílaw

to brighten; to become brighter; to flash; to reflect light

變亮;變亮;閃光;反射光silaw [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1642
mag-sílaʔ

to sit with the legs crossed at the thighs

借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1643
mag-silók-sigók

to sob

哭泣sigúk [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1644
mag-silók-sigók

to sob

哭泣sigek [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1645
mag-sílot

to punish someone (as for a sin); to extract retribution from someone (as after a confession); to make someone bear the consequences of his actions; to penalize someone (as after losing a game)

借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1646
mag-símba

to go to church

去教堂借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1647
mag-sintík

to knock two things together so that a clicking sound is made (such as knocking two bottles, stones)

sintík [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1648
mag-sinʔók

to hiccup

打嗝sin(e)qek [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1649
mag-siŋál

to place a wedge under; to insert a wedge; to insert something through a narrow slit

把楔子放在下麵;插入楔子;通過狹縫插入某物siŋal [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1650
mag-siŋhot ~ mag-siŋot

to sniff in mucus; to sniffle

吸鼻涕siŋ(e)hut [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1651
mag-síŋit

to grow in such a way (a tree)

以這種管道生長(樹)síŋit [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1652
mag-siŋít-an

to insert something into

插入某物síŋit [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1653
mag-sipák

to slice something off from

把某物從sipak [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1654
mag-sipíɁ

to break or snap off branches or twigs

折斷或折斷樹枝sipíq [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1655
mag-sipít

to pick something up with tongs, chopsticks, etc.; to clip, to fasten with a clothes pin

用鉗子、筷子等把某物夾起來;用衣夾夾緊sipit [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1656
mag-siráɁ

to eat something with rice; to use for the main course

與米飯一起吃;用作主菜siraq₂ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1657
mag-síraŋ

to shine (the stars, sun, a candle); to rise (of the sun)

照耀(星星、太陽、蠟燭);升起(太陽)siraŋ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1658
mag-sirób

to sear or singe

燒焦sirub [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1659
mag-sitsít

to call someone’s attention by hissing

用嘶嘶聲引起某人的注意sitsit [PMP]sitsit₁

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1660
mag-síwaɁ

to crack wide open; to open (as a crack in the earth); to part (as the seas)

裂開;裂開(如地上的裂口);分開(如海)siwaq [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1661
mag-siyáp

to chirp

啁啾ciap [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1662
mag-siʔríp

to peek or peep at

偷看siq(e)rip [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1663
mag-súbaŋ

to rise (of sun, moon, stars); to go upstream (fish)

升起(太陽、月亮、星星);向上遊(魚)sebaŋ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1664
mag-sublíʔ

to borrow something

借錢sub(e)líq [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1665
mag-sublíʔ

to borrow something

借錢sub(e)liq [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1666
mag-súboɁ

to stuff a lot of food into the mouth at one time

一次往嘴裏塞很多食物súbuq [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1667
mag-subsób

to fall forward

向前sebseb [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1668
mag-subsób

to fall forward

向前subsub [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1669
mag-sudsód

to sharpen to a point or a fine edge

銳化銳化到一個點或一個細邊sudsud₂ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1670
mag-sudsod

to contradict or disagree with someone

反駁或不同意某人sudsud₃ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1671
mag-suháɁ

to squeeze the juice of citrus fruits on something

把柑桔汁擠在某物上suháq [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1672
mag-súka

to vomit, throw up

吐,吐suka₂ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1673
mag-sukáy

to part the hair, usually by using the fingers; to search for something on the scalp by parting the hair in this way

sukáy [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1674
mag-sukbít

to wear a gun, bolo; strap on a holster, scabbard, knife sheath

佩帶槍,博洛;系上槍套、鞘、刀套借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1675
mag-suklíʔ

to give as change

換錢借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1676
mag-súkol

to measure; to calculate, estimate, gauge (size, length); to survey

量測;計算、估計、量測(尺寸、長度);量測sukul₃ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1677
mag-súkoʔ

to surrender, capitulate

投降suku₂ [PPH]sukuq

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1678
mag-suksók

to insert something into a narrow slit or opening; to shuffle cards

把某物插入狹縫或開口;洗牌suksuk [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1679
mag-sulít

to return or put something back in its proper place

把某物放回原處sulit₂ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1680
mag-sulóm

to be dark, obscure (as a house without lights)

黑暗、晦暗(如沒有燈光的房子)selem₂ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1681
mag-suɁlót

to wear, don, put on (as a hat)

穿,唐,戴上(作為帽子)suq(e)lút [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1682
mag-sulsól

to be remorseful

悔恨selsel₂ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1683
mag-sumbóŋ

to tattle or squeal about; to report about

喋喋不休或尖叫;報告借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1684
mag-sumpáʔ

to pledge, promise, swear, vow; to blaspheme

發誓,許諾,發誓,發誓;褻瀆sumpaq [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1685
mag-sumpít

to spray (as a bug with insecticide)

噴灑sumpit [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1686
mag-sunód

to follow, ensue

跟隨,跟隨sunúd [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1687
mag-súnog

to cure betel nut by smoking

熏檳榔sunuR [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1688
mag-sunúd-sunód

to take turns in doing something

輪流做某事sunúd-sunúd [PPH]sunúd

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1689
mag-suŋáw

to exude a vapor, air, etc.; to give off (as fumes)

散發出蒸汽、空氣等;散發(如煙霧)suŋáw [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1690
mag-súŋay

to grow a horn

長角súŋay [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1691
mag-suŋkál

to dig something up with the snout

用鼻子挖東西suŋkal [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1692
mag-suŋsóŋ

go against the current or into the wind; steer something into the wind or against the current

逆流或逆風;使某物順風或逆流suŋsuŋ₁ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1693
mag-suŋsóŋ

to clog or stop something up

堵塞或封鎖某事suŋsuŋ₂ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1694
mag-supót

to place something in a bag or pouch

把某物放在袋子或袋子裏súput [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1695
mag-súso

to suck milk from the breast

從乳房吸奶susu₁ [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1696
mag-súʔag

to gore

血淋淋suqag [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1697
mag-tában

kidnap or abduct a woman; carry a woman off

綁架或綁架婦女maR-taban [PWMP]tabaN

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1698
mag-tában

to kidnap or abduct a woman; to carry a woman off (of a man)

綁架或綁架一個女人;把一個女人(男人的)帶走taban [PMP]tabaN

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1699
mag-tábaŋ

to help one another; to work together; to collaborate, cooperate

互相幫助;一起工作;合作tabaŋ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1700
mag-tabáŋ-an

to aid, assist, help; to relieve; to chip in

幫助、幫助、幫助;減輕;插手tabaŋ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1701
mag-tabás

to go out of season

淡季tebas₁ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1702
mag-tabtáb

to cut bamboo or rattan, to cut the fins of fish, the wings of fowl

剪竹藤,剪魚翅,剪雞翅tabtab₁ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1703
mag-tabtáb

to cut bamboo or rattan; to cut the finds of fish, the wings of fowl

剪竹竿,剪藤條,剪魚翅,鳥翅膀tebteb [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1704
mag-tadák

to prick, stick; stick something into

刺,紮tedák [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1705
mag-tadtád

to chop, mince

剁碎tadtad [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1706
mag-tágal

to last, endure; to hold out, persist, resist

堅持;堅持;堅持tagal [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1707
mag-tagaltáw

to place a buoy or float on a particular body of water

在特定的水體上放置浮標或漂浮物tagal(e)táw [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1708
mag-tágay

to offer a drink (usually liquor); to offer to pour a drink for someone

提供飲料(通常是酒);提供給某人倒飲料tágay [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1709
mag-tagboʔ-án

to have a meeting or a date; to rendezvous

開會或約會;會合tag(e)búq [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1710
mag-tagiktík

to tick

打勾tagiktik [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1711
mag-tagit(h)í

to drizzle, shower, sprinkle

細雨、淋浴、灑水taRihtih [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1712
mag-tagób

to overload, overfill

超載、超載teReb [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1713
mag-tágom

to tint or dye with indigo

用靛藍染色taRum [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1714
mag-tagpás

to cut something down with one stroke

一筆勾銷tag(e)pás [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1715
mag-tagtág

to share something out; to divide an inheritance among

分享某物;把遺產分給tagtág [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1716
mag-táhan

to endure, withstand; to outlast

忍耐,承受借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1717
mag-tahíʔ

to sew, tailor; to mend (#i-, #magpa-, #ipa-, #ka- -an)

縫紉,裁縫;修補tahiq [PMP]CaqiS

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1718
mag-tahól

to bark, bay, howl, whine (dogs)

吠叫、吠叫、嚎叫、嗚咽(狗)tahúl [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1719
mag-tahóp-an

to winnow by throwing grain up and down in a winnowing basket so that the grain falls back into the basket and the wind blows the chaff away (#mag-, #-on)

tahep [PMP]tapeS

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1720
mag-táka

to not have the nerve to speak to someone or to appear before them

沒有勇氣和某人說話或出現在他們面前taka [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1721
mag-takí

to insult someone by belittling his accomplishments

貶低某人的成就噪聲

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1722
mag-takíp

to be together but not mixed; to place one thing together with another

在一起但不混雜;把一件事和另一件事放在一起taq(e)kip [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1723
mag-takláʔ

to make a clicking sound with the tongue

用舌頭發出哢嚓聲tak(e)laq [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1724
mag-takód

to fasten, bind

系緊takéd [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1725
mag-takóm

to cap, close tightly; to seal

封蓋,封嚴takem [PPH]

Miraya dialects

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1726
mag-takóp

to cover with a lid

蓋上蓋子tekep [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1727
mag-takták

to tap, rap; to dislodge something by tapping or rapping

敲打taktak₁ [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1728
mag-talsík

to get knocked away or deflected

被擊倒或偏離tal(e)sík [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1729
mag-talúboʔ

to grow, mature; to thrive, prosper

成長,成熟;茁壯成長talúbuq [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1730
mag-támaʔ

to win; to hit it right; to hit the bull’s eye; usually

獲勝;打對;擊中靶心;通常tamaq₁ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1731
mag-tambál

to treat someone with an antidote

用解藥治療某人tambar [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1732
mag-tambál

to treat someone with an antidote

用解藥治療某人tambal₂ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1733
mag-tambód

to wrap (place something around); to band, bandage; to attach the spur to the foot of a fighting cock

tambej [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1734
mag-tambón

to cover with soil

覆土tabun₂ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1735
mag-tambóŋ

to place fish corrals in a particular body of water

把魚欄放在特定的水體中tambeŋ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1736
mag-tampóʔ

to feel remorse over, to be hurt or brokenhearted due to something

因某事而懊悔、受傷或傷心tampuq [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1737
mag-tandók

to bleed with such a cupping glass

用這種杯子流血借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1738
mag-tanóg

to sound, emit a sound; to strike (as a clock striking the hour)

敲打發出聲音;敲打(如鐘敲打鐘聲)teneR [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1739
mag-tanóg

to sound; to emit a sound; to strike (as a clock striking the hour)

敲打;發出聲音;敲打(如鐘敲打鐘聲)tanúR [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1740
mag-tanók

to parboil rice

煮米飯maR-tanek [PWMP]taNek

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1741
mag-tanóm

to plant, to raise plants; to plant in

種植maR-tanem [PWMP]CaNem

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1742
mag-tános

to straighten something out; to make something stand straight

使某物挺直;使某物挺直tánus [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1743
mag-tantán

to do something with great caution or circumspection (as eating fish slowly so that one does not swallow a bone, or walking carefully in the dark so that one does not trip over something)

tantán [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1744
mag-taŋáʔ

to be in the middle

在中間teŋaq [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1745
mag-taŋdán

to make amends for; to pay compensation to; to compensate, recompense

補償;補償taŋ(e)dan [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1746
mag-táŋga

to make steps on

踏上taŋga₁ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1747
mag-taŋgál

to detach, disconnect; to pull out (as a plug from the wall)

拆開;拔出taŋgal [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1748
mag- táŋil

to place a wedge, jack, lever under; to jack something up; to prop something up (as the head with a pillow)

taŋíl [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1749
mag-táŋis

to cry

taŋis [PMP]Caŋis

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1750
mag-taŋkál

to pen up pigs; to place pigs in a pigpen

把豬圈起來;把豬放在豬圈裏taŋkal [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1751
mag-taŋkás

to remove an article of clothing, jewelry; to take off, doff; to pull out (as a plug); to disconnect

taŋkas [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1752
mag-taŋtáŋ

to toll a bell, to clang

敲鐘,叮噹taŋtáŋ₁ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1753
mag-tápa

to cut thin for the purpose of smoking; to smoke (beef, fish)

為了吸煙而切成薄片;吸煙(牛肉、魚)tapa₁ [PMP]Capa

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1754
mag-tapák

to hit, strike or slap the face or body with force using the open hand

用張開的手用力打、打或拍打臉或身體ta(m)pak [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1755
mag-tápak

to make the sound of a footfall or footstep

發出腳步聲tepak₂ [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1756
mag-tapák

to hit, strike or slap the face or body with force using the open hand

用張開的手用力打、打或拍打臉或身體tepak₁ [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1757
mag-tápal

to sew this type of pocket

縫這種口袋tapal [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1758
mag-tápay

to make bread

做麵包tapay [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1759
mag-tapón

to place a cork or stopper in

塞塞借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1760
mag-taránta

to bewilder, confound, confuse, perplex, rattle

使困惑、迷惑、迷惑、困惑、慌亂借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1761
mag-taríp

to pare; to peel carrots, sweet potatoes, cucumber, etc.

削;削胡蘿蔔、紅薯、黃瓜等的皮。tájip [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1762
mag-tarók

to transplant rice from the seedbed to the field

把水稻從苗床移栽到地裏taruk [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1763
mag-tarók

to dance

跳舞tadék [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1764
mag-taróm

to sharpen

削尖tazem [PMP]Cazem

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1765
mag-tarós

to pierce; to seep through

刺穿terus [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1766
mag-tarúgo

to peg

釘住借詞

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1767
mag-tastás

to fray, unravel; to rip out stitches; to unstitch

拆開testes [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1768
mag-tastás

to fray, unravel; to rip out stitches, to unstitch

拆開;拆線tastas [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1769
mag-táwad

to bargain, dicker, haggle for something; to bargain for a particular price

討價還價,迪克,討價還價;討價還價tawaD [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1770
mag-táwag

to say something loud enough for others to hear, particularly at a time when everyone else is quiet (such as at night); to complain about something loud enough for the whole neighborhood to hear

tawaR₂ [PWMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1771
mag-táʔan

to catch fish with such a trap

用這樣的陷阱捕魚taqan₁ [PAN]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1772
mag-taʔnáw

to look at something far away by craning the neck; to look straight out into the distance at something

taq(e)náw [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1773
mag-taʔól

to bark, bay, howl, whine (dogs)

吠叫、吠叫、嚎叫、嗚咽(狗)taqul [PPH]taqúl

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1774
mag-tígis

to pour water into a jug or pitcher; to fill with water

把水倒進水壺或水罐;注滿水tiRis [PMP]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1775
mag-tiklóp

to fold; to fold one end over another

tik(e)lúp [PPH]

Mintz and Britanico 1985

1776
mag-tikóʔ

to bend something

彎曲某物