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WMP Philippines [hnn]
àwat

help, assistance

幫助,幫助awat₁ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1
bába

carry (something) on the back, as in a pack

把(某物)背在背上,如一包baba₁ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

2
bábad

dip in liquid

浸在液體中bábad [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

3
bábaw

surface, top, uppermost surface; mountains, as opposed to lowlands; in the mountains; source, referring to a river; upstream

babaw₃ [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

4
ba-báyi

woman, girl; female

女人,女孩;女人ba-bahi [PAN]bahi

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

5
bábaʔ

lowness, shortness

卑鄙,短小babaq₁ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

6
bága

ember

餘燼baRah [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

7
bágay

suitable, fitting; responsive

合適的,合適的;有反應的bagay [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

8
bágay

thing, item

東西,物品bágay [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

9
bágay

suitable, fitting; responsive

合適的,合適的;有反應的借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

10
bágaʔ

lung

baRaq₁ [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

11
bagáʔ

a bump or swelling as a result of a blow

因打擊而產生的腫塊或腫脹baReq [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

12
bagyú

strong wind, storm, typhoon

強風、風暴、颱風baRiuS [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

13
bagʔáŋ

any of the molars and bicuspids

任何一顆臼齒和二尖牙bageqaŋ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

14
bágʔu

new; just, recently, freshly

新的;剛剛,新的baqeRu [PMP]baqeRuh

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

15
bagʔú

before, earlier than

之前,早於baqeRu [PMP]baqeRuh

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

16
báhaw

breakfast, the first meal of the day, usually eaten about 10 A.M.

早餐,一天的第一頓飯,通常在上午10點左右吃。bahaw [PMP]baSaw

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

17
baháy

tree species, family Leguminosae, probably Pueraria phaseoloides 〈Roxb.〉 Benth.)

喬木種,科豆科,可能葛根bahay [PMP]baSay

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

18
baháʔ

flood

洪水bahaq₂ [PMP]baSaq

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

19
báhiʔ

hard outer wood of a palm bole, that part of certain types of palm wood which is of greatest economic value as bow wood, for spear shafts, arrow points, etc.

báhiq [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

20
bahug

the process of mixing a liquid, such as soup, with cooked rice while eating

在吃飯時把湯等液體與煮熟的米飯混合的過程bahuR [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

21
bákan

a tree, family Lauraceae: Litsea sp.

樟科一樹:荔枝。bakan [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

22
bakbák

chipping off, breaking off

剝落,折斷bakbak₁ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

23
bakbák

chipping off, breaking off

剝落,折斷bakbak₂ [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

24
bakháw

type of mangrove tree: Rhizophora sp.

紅樹林樹種類型:根瘤菌sp。bakehaw [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

25
baktin

suckling pig

乳豬baketin [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

26
bákuŋ

small upland plant with large white flowers and large round leaves

一種小的陸地植物,花大,白色,葉大而圓bakuŋ₁ [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

27
balagbág

parallel zigzag lines usually running across, i.e., horizontally, a decorated object

平行的曲折線,通常橫穿,即水準的,裝潢的物體bala(R)báR [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

28
balakáŋ

space between one's legs

兩腿間距

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

29
balának

medium-sized white fish

中型白魚balanak [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

30
balániʔ

magnet, lodestone

磁石借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

31
balanták

general term for basket-type fish traps

網籃式捕魚器通稱噪聲

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

32
balántiʔ

tree sp.: Kleinhovia hospita L.

樹屬植物:■balalantiq [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

33
balát

edible black squid, but not greatly valued as a source of food

可食用的烏賊,但作為食物來源價值不大balát [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

34
balátik

horizontal spring spear pig trap, usually equipped with a long, tapering bamboo point

水準彈簧叉式清管器,通常裝有細長的竹尖bala(n)tik [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

35
balátuŋ

mungo bean: Phaseolus aureus Roxb.

綠豆:金黃菜豆。balatuŋ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

36
baláw

no, not; an emphatic negative similar to #bukun, but not so strong, and less frequently used in conversation ... it is common in certain set phrases

baláw [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

37
baláy

house, building; shell of a mollusk

房屋、建築物;軟體動物的殼balay [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

38
baláyaŋ

a variety of plantain (Musa paradisiaca Linn.) similar to #sabʔá except that the fruits are thicker

baláyaŋ [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

39
baláyi

the reciprocal relationship between parents of mates, as the relationship between a man's parents and the parents of his wife

balaqih [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

40
báli

good, fitting, suited

好,合身,合身bali₂ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

41
balí

good, fitting, suited

好,合身,合身借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

42
balík

return, going back

回來,回去balik₂ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

43
balílit

tiny edible fresh-water snail with a smooth, spiraled black shell

小而可食用的淡水蝸牛,光滑的黑色螺旋殼balilit [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

44
balisúsu

medium-sized red-billed kingfisher

中型紅嘴翠鳥balisúsu [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

45
báliw

transformation, metamorphosis

變形baliw₂ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

46
bálud

small wild dove or pigeon (subfamily Duculinae)

小野鴿或鴿子(杜庫林亞科)baluj [PMP]baRuj

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

47
balugú

large reddish, woody, tendril-bearing vine: Entada scandens Benth.; the bark is used as soap

大的略帶紅色,木質,有捲鬚的藤蔓植物:鱗莖內塔baluRu [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

48
balúlaŋ

large checker-woven carrying basket hastily made, usually from fresh #buri (Palm) leaves, for temporary storage or packing

balúlaŋ [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

49
bálun

provisions and necessary articles, including betel, food, trade items, small coinage, etc. which are taken with a person when going away for a period of time

balun₂ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

50
balútu

dugout, or small canoe

獨木舟balútu [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

51
balyán

shamanism

薩滿教balian [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

52
balyán-an

shaman, medium, shaman doctor

薩滿,中等,薩滿醫生balian [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

53
bambán

species of grasslike plant: Donax cannaeformis

禾本科植物種類:美人蕉banban [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

54
banabá

large tree: Lagerstroemia speciosa Linn.

大樹:大葉紫薇。banabá [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

55
banagu

a tree: Thespesia populnea

一棵樹:白楊banaRu [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

56
banáw

dipping of fingers in water

手指浸入水中bañaw [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

57
banáy

tree sp.

樹木屬。噪聲

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

58
bansíʔ

a six-holed flute made from a single piece of #bagákay (Schizostachyum longispiculatum) bamboo

借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

59
bantúg

known, famous

著名的bantug [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

60
banúg

serious external bruises resulting in internal hemorrhage

嚴重的外部瘀傷導致內出血banéR [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

61
bánwit

fishing tackle

漁具banuít [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

62
baŋa

tall palm (probably Orania decipiens Becc.)

高大的棕櫚樹(可能■)baŋa₁ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

63
baŋkáy

corpse

屍體baŋkay [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

64
báŋlu

fragrance, sweetness of smell

香味,芳香baŋ(e)lúh [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

65
báŋun

arising, getting up

起來,起來baŋun₂ [PMP]baŋuN

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

66
bápaʔ

uncle (both nominative and vocative), nephew or niece (recipr.)

叔父(主格和主格),侄子或侄女(報答者)借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

67
báraŋ

perhaps; expressing uncertainty or suspicion

可能;表示不確定或懷疑baraŋ₁ [PMP]baraŋ

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

68
baráŋun

large red and white speckled fish

大紅白斑魚噪聲

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

69
barás

sand; beach, seashore

沙灘badas [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

70
baráyuŋ

tree sp.; the roots are mixed with those of #lágis (Ficus sp.) in brewing a decoction for allaying stomach pains

barayeŋ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

71
baríta

news, rumor

新聞、謠言借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

72
barúk

tinder made from bamboo shavings

竹屑火柴baruk [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

73
básag

breaking, as of a stick

折斷basag [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

74
básal

playing, i.e. beating, with reference to gong or gongs

演奏,即敲打,指鑼或鑼basal [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

75
basál-un

be beaten, with reference to gongs

被打,指鑼basal [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

76
basbás

cutting, trimming, as of branches or limbs of a tree

修剪,修剪,如樹枝或樹枝basbas₃ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

77
bátad

sorghum, a coarse annual grass, cultivated as a cereal (Andropogon sorghum Linn. Brot.)

高粱,一種粗糙的一年生草,作為穀類作物栽培。兄弟。)batad [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

78
bátaŋ

log of wood

原木bataŋ [PMP]bataŋ₁

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

79
bataŋ-án

either of two principal floor (tie) beams, usually of bamboo

兩根主要的地板(系)梁中的一根,通常用竹子製成bataŋ-an [PWMP]bataŋ₁

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

80
batú

stone, rock

石頭,石頭batu [PMP]batux

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

81
batú

kidneys

腎臟batu₂ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

82
báwas

decrease, subtraction

減少,減法bawas [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

83
báwiʔ

retrieval, retraction, getting something back

收回,收回,收回báwiq [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

84
báwug

spring pole in spring snares or #balátik-like ground traps

彈簧杆在彈簧圈套或類似於balŠtik的接地陷阱中bauR [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

85
báyad

payment

付款bayaD [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

86
bayáwak

monitor or large lizard (Varanus salvator Laurenti), commonly mislabeled 'iguana'

巨蜥或大型蜥蜴(蜥蜴salvator Laurenti),通常標錯“鬣蜥”bayawak [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

87
báybay

coast, littoral

沿海baybáy [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

88
báyi

femininity, quality of being female

女性氣質,女性品質bahi [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

89
bayú

pounding in a mortar, especially of grain such as rice, for husking purposes

碾碎的在臼中搗碎的,尤指碾米等穀物bayu [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

90
bayúg

a tree: Pterospermum diversifolium

一棵樹:胡枝子bayuR [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

91
báyʔaʔ

abandonment, neglect, act of forsaking (someone)

遺棄、忽視、遺棄(某人)噪聲

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

92
báʔug

rotten egg

臭蛋báqug [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

93
baʔúg

sterile woman; tree which does not bear fruit

不育的婦女;不結果實的樹báqug [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

94
bibíg

mouth, a collective term for the external parts of the mouth, including the lips (more specifically #tárip bibíg (lips)) and the mouth opening as seen from the outside; the term for the internal parts of the mouth, the oral cavity is #súlaŋ

bibiR [PMP]biRbiR

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

95
bigá

a giant form of taro; this plant is a cultigen; its leaves grow five to six feet and higher, and the underground stem is eaten

biRaʔ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

96
bigláʔ

sudden, suddenly

突然,突然big(e)láq [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

97
bíkaʔ

with one's legs wide apart

兩腿分開bikaq₂ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

98
bilaŋ

as if, like, as, but not in the sense of being equal to something

好像,象,象,但不是在等同於某物的意義上bilaŋ₂ [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

99
bílaŋ bílaŋ

number, numeral; counting, enumeration

數位;計數bilaŋ₁ [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

100
biláŋ-un

be counted by

被計算bilaŋ-en [PWMP]bilaŋ₁

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

101
biláŋ-un nimú

count them (lit. 'be-counted by-you')

數一數(點燃)由你計算)-en [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

102
bilás

the reciprocal relationship between spouses of siblings regardless of sex, as the relationship between a man’s wife and his sister’s husband

bilas [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

103
bilí

purchase

購買bili [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

104
bílin

order, request, requisition, command; something said to warn or instruct the addressee and to be carried out by the latter

bilin [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

105
bílug

body, especially in its external, unified aspect; hence a unit classifier for people, animals, solid round fruits and vegetables (not coconuts and bananas), and many objects; roundness, sphericity; full, referring to the moon

借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

106
bilúg

solid, globular, in the round

實心,球形,圓形借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

107
b〈in〉abáyi

hermaphrodite (human)

雌雄同體(人)b〈in〉a-bahi [PPH]bahi

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

108
b-in-áliw

petrified, fossilized

石化,石化baliw₂ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

109
binhíʔ

seed saved for the next season's planting

留作下一季播種的種子binehiq [PMP]bineSiq

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

110
b-in-ugás

husked rice

糙米b〈in〉eRas [PPH]beRas

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

111
b-in-úkid

the language spoken by the Buíd

布迪人所說的語言bukij [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

112
binúŋa

tree sp. (probably Macaranga tanarius var. tomentosa)

喬木(可能■變種絨毛)binuŋa [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

113
b-in-wát-an

was made, was done

做了,做了b〈in〉uhat-an [PWMP]buhat₂

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

114
bíŋkuŋ

curved-headed adze

彎頭adzebiŋkuŋ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

115
bíŋul

heel

腳後跟beŋil [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

116
bíri-bíri

a tree, family Moraceae, genus Ficus

一樹,科,桑科,屬,榕樹噪聲

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

117
bírik

revolving, twirling of spindle and the spinning of cotton thread

紡錘的旋轉、旋轉與棉線的紡紗噪聲

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

118
bíru

blackness, darkness, referring to color

黑暗,黑暗,指顏色借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

119
bítbit

carrying something in the hands and allowing it to dangle

手裏拿著東西讓它晃來晃去bitbit₂ [PMP]bitbit

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

120
bitbít-un

be carried dangling from the hand

懸在手上bitbit-en [PWMP]bitbit

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

121
bitík

overhand-knot type of raised, vertical spring snare for catching small birds

懸垂結式豎直彈簧套捕小鳥bitik₁ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

122
bítuk

in a general sense, this term applies to many different types of worms; specifically earthworms and intestinal parasitic worms, particularly Ascaris

bituk [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

123
bíu

tree sp. (probably Garuga abilo 〈Blco.〉 Merr.)

喬木(可能■)biu [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

124
biyáw

swinging afar

遠遠地擺動噪聲

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

125
buál

falling down, with reference to trees

倒下,參照樹木buál [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

126
buál

large chunks of recently dug-up earth, clods of turned-up soil

最近挖出的大塊土噪聲

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

127
búbu

large round bamboo wicker fish trap used only at sea

大而圓的竹制柳條捕魚器,只在海上使用bubu₂ [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

128
búbud

planting, as of rice or corn, i.e. the actual dropping of grains or seeds into separate dibble holes by hand

bubud [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

129
búbug

a species of large tree; the bark is used in dyeing cotton yarn with indigo (Conklin 1953); a tall forest tree: Sterculia foetida

bubuR₃ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

130
bubún

well for drawing water

取水井bubun₁ [PMP]bubun

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

131
búbun

fontanelle, the soft spot on a baby's head

囟門,嬰兒頭部的軟點bubun₂ [PMP]buNbuN

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

132
bubúŋ

roof peak or ridge layer of thatch, especially of cogon grass

茅草屋頂的尖頂或脊層,尤指齒根草bubuŋ₁ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

133
budbúd

wrapping or binding of something

包裹或捆綁某物bejbej₂ [PMP]bejbej

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

134
budbúd

wrapping or binding of something

包裹或捆綁某物噪聲

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

135
búga

spittle

唾沫buRah [PMP]buReS

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

136
bugás

husked rice

糙米beRas [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

137
búgaw

driving away of animals

驅趕動物buRaw [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

138
búgbug

very flexible yet sturdy vine; used as a cord for spinning tops

非常柔軟但結實的藤蔓植物;用作紡紗的繩索噪聲

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

139
bugkús

tight binding, wrapping, or band

緊密的捆綁、包紮或捆綁beRkes [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

140
bugnáy

tree sp.: Antidesma bunius 〈Linn.〉 Spreng.

樹屬植物:反丁香buRnay [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

141
bugsáy

paddle

beRsay [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

142
bugtás

a condition in which something is broken; ripped, unseamed, etc.

破裂某物被打破的狀態;破裂、未密封等。be(R)tas [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

143
bugtúŋ

one and only, truly unique

獨一無二,獨一無二bug(e)túŋ [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

144
bugtúŋ

one and only, truly unique

獨一無二,獨一無二buR(e)túŋ [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

145
bugʔát

heaviness, weight

重量beReqat [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

146
búhus

pouring out, with reference to a liquid

倒出,參照液體buhus [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

147
buís

tax(es), levy, taxation

稅、征、稅buhis [PWMP]buhís

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

148
búkad

boll of cotton, cotton blossom

棉鈴,棉花花bekaj [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

149
bukás

open

打開bu(ŋ)kas [PMP]bukas

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

150
bukas-búkas

opening in a #kaiŋin fence, or a stile arrangement whereby people may leave and enter a #kaiŋin

在籬笆上的一個開孔,或一種可以讓人們離開並進入一個開孔的柵欄bu(ŋ)kas [PMP]bukas

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

151
búkaw

owl

貓頭鷹bukaw [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

152
bukbúk

a common wood-boring insect or bamboo weevil; a powder-post beetle

一種常見的蛀木昆蟲或竹象甲;粉虱bukbuk₃ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

153
búkid

Buíd, the name of the pagan group of mountain people living north of the Hanuno'o

Buíd,居住在哈努奧以北的山區異教徒的名字bukij [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

154
buḱlad

opened, as a book

打開,作為一本書buk(e)lad [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

155
búku

node, joint, etc., but only in specific derivatives

節點、關節等,但僅限於特定的導數bukuh [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

156
búkul

bud or immature fruit of a plant

植物的芽或未成熟的果實buŋkul [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

157
bukún

no, not; an emphatic negative similar to but stronger than #baláw, most frequently used in statements of denial or contradiction; e.g. #bukún 'no! (that's not right)', #bukún ʔínda 'not this one'

beken [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

158
bukún

no, not; an emphatic negative similar to but stronger than #baláw; most frequently used in statements of denial or contradiction

buken₁ [PWMP]buken

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

159
bulád

sun-drying, exposure for dessication

曬乾,曬乾belaj [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

160
búlag

separation, divorce

分居、離婚噪聲

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

161
bulalákaw

any large meteorite, or falling star

任何大隕石或流星bulalákaw₂ [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

162
buláluʔ

a sea snail similar to #bagtúŋan, except that its cover is white, smooth, and larger

海螺一種與巴格坦海螺相似的海螺,只不過它的外殼是白色、光滑且較大噪聲

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

163
búlan

moon, month

月,月bulan₃ [PMP]bulaN

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

164
bulátuk

small black woodpecker having a red topknot

黑色小啄木鳥,頭結紅色belatuk [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

165
buláwan

gold; any bright-colored object

黃金;任何鮮豔的物體bulaw-an [PAN]bulaw

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

166
bulbúg

springing forth, flowing out

湧出,流出噪聲

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

167
bulbúg-an

spring, an issue of water from the earth

春天,地球上的水噪聲

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

168
bulbúl

body hair

體毛bulbúl [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

169
bulíg

large bunch, a complete infructescence, as of bananas or palms; the classifier for enumerating such units

buliR [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

170
bulínaw

long-jawed anchovy, Stolephorus commersonii Lacépède

長嘴鳳尾魚bulínaw [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

171
bulíʔ

anus, anal region; bottom, back, or hind part of an object

肛門,肛門區;物體的底部、後部或後部buliq₂ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

172
búlud

mountain

bulud₃ [PMP]buled₁

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

173
bulud-án

mountain range

山脈bulud-an [PPH]buled₁

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

174
bulúŋ

medicine, any substance or preparation used in treating disease

用於治療疾病的藥物、任何物質或製劑buluŋ₂ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

175
búlus

current, as of a river

水流,如河流bulus [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

176
bulus-án

river current

河流水流bulus-an [PWMP]bulus

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

177
búluʔ

a thin-walled bamboo: Schizostachyum lumampao 〈Blco.〉 Merr.

一種薄壁竹子:盧曼寶裂褶竹buluq₂ [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

178
b-um-áŋun

arise, get up

起來,起來b〈um〉aŋun [PPH]baŋuN

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

179
búmbuŋ

node or joint (less common variant of #búŋbuŋ)

節點或關節(不常見的#bŋ331;buŋ變體)buŋbuŋ₁ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

180
búmbuŋ

beating on gongs

敲鑼打鼓buŋbuŋ₂ [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

181
búnaŋ

thread, yarn

線,紗線benaŋ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

182
búnt-i

husk the coconut!

剝椰子皮!bunut-i [PPH]bunut₁

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

183
buntúy

protuberant belly, potbelly

隆起的腹部be(n)tuR [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

184
buntúy

protuberant belly, potbelly

隆起的腹部butúy [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

185
bunút

coconut husk

椰子殼bunut₁ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

186
búnuʔ

throwing, casting, as of a lance; stabbing, as with a knife

投擲,投擲,如用長矛;刺傷,如用刀bunuq₂ [PMP]buNuq₂

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

187
bunúʔ

wrestling

摔跤bunuq₂ [PMP]buNuq₂

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

188
bunwáŋ

tree sp.

樹木屬。benuaŋ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

189
bunyág

sprinking of water; hence, also, baptism

噴水;囙此,洗禮buniag [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

190
búnʔi

ringworm, esp. Tinea imbricata or Tinea trichophytina, tetter, herpes

癬,尤指覆癬buqeni [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

191
búnʔ-un

be stabbed

被刺傷bunuq-en [PWMP]buNuq₂

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

192
búŋa

areca nut palm (Areca catechu Linn.) and its fruit, the betel nut

檳榔掌(檳榔兒茶)及其果實檳榔buŋa [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

193
búŋbuŋ

node or joint, as of bamboo or sugarcane; hence knuckle, digit, joints

節或關節,如竹子或甘蔗;囙此指關節buŋbuŋ₁ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

194
búŋiʔ

harelip

唇裂buŋiq [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

195
búŋiʔ

harelip

唇裂噪聲

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

196
buŋúl

deaf

聾的beŋel [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

197
buŋuran

k.o. fragrant, good eating banana that is green-skinned when ripe

k、o.香的、好吃的香蕉,成熟時是綠色的buŋuran [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

198
buŋuran

a variety of banana (Musa sapientum, var. suaveolens 〈Blco.〉 Teodoro; it is a good eating banana like the #súlu, but longer, more fragrant, and green-skinned when ripe

借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

199
búŋut

beard, whiskers, moustache

鬍子,鬍子,小鬍子beŋet₂ [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

200
búŋut

beard, whiskers, moustache

鬍子,鬍子,小鬍子buŋut [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

201
búrak

classifier for most individual fruits which are not round (as bananas)

大多數非圓形水果的分類機(如香蕉)bujak [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

202
búrak káyu

general term for fruit

水果的總稱bujak [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

203
búras

seminal fluid

精液噪聲

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

204
buráʔ

bubble

氣泡bujeq₂ [PMP]bujeq

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

205
buráʔ

bubble

氣泡budaq₁ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

206
burí

species of fan palm (Corypha elata Roxb.; the leaves are one of the main sources of basketry and mat-weaving material for the Hanuno'o

buri₁ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

207
busbús

pouring out of any liquid or granular substance, such as water or rice

從液體或顆粒狀物質中倒出,如水或大米busbus [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

208
busúg

satiated, full, satisfied, as after a hearty meal

飽足的,飽足的,滿意的besuR [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

209
buswáŋ

recommencement of a river to flow in a dry stream bed

河流在幹河床中重新開始流動busuáŋ [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

210
butá

blind in one eye, with one eye closed (abnormally)

一只眼失明,一只眼閉著(不正常)buta₁ [PMP]buCa

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

211
bútir

bead, grain, bean, kernel, or any small, hard, round object; classifier for same

珠、粒、豆、仁或任何小的、硬的、圓的物體;其分類器butir [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

212
bútiʔ

explosion or pop of kernels of corn, rice grains, etc. when heated

玉米粒、米粒等在加熱時爆炸或爆裂beRtiq [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

213
bútiʔ

explosion or pop of kernels of corn, rice grains, etc. when heated

玉米粒、米粒等在加熱時爆炸或爆裂butíq [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

214
butlák

rising, with reference to the sun

升起,參照太陽

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

215
butlák-an

east

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

216
butúg

urinary bladder

膀胱buntuR [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

217
bútuŋ

pulling or drawing toward oneself; pulling or plucking out

向自己拉或拉;拉或拔beteŋ₃ [PPH]beteŋ₂

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

218
butúŋ-an

to be pulled out, be plucked, as of bird feathers

拔出,拔出beteŋ₃ [PPH]beteŋ₂

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

219
butʔúl

marrow

骨髓hutek [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

220
butʔúl

bone; general term for seed

骨;種子的總稱butequl [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

221
buwák

any hole in the ground into which taro, yams, and other root crops are placed, i.e. for planting

在地面上放置芋頭、山藥和其他塊根作物的洞,即用於種植的洞噪聲

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

222
buwát

making, doing; deed; construction; because of, on account of

製造、做;契約;建造;由於buhat₂ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

223
buwát ínit

because of the sun, on account of the sun

因為太陽,因為太陽buhat₂ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

224
búya

playing of games, sports; in certain #ambáhan, #búya may mean 'toy' or 'plaything'

玩遊戲、運動;在某種意義上,búya可能指“玩具”或“玩物”buya [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

225
búybuy

kapok tree: Ceiba pentandra Linn.

木棉樹:木棉buybuy [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

226
buybúy

kapok tree: Ceiba pentandra Linn.

木棉樹:木棉噪聲

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

227
buyúk

rotten, in a general sense

腐爛,一般來說buyúk [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

228
búyuŋ

unwinding, spiraling, going around and around, specifically the unwinding of lengths of yarn from a horizontal yarn reel

借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

229
búyuŋ

unwinding, spiraling, going around and around, specifically the unwinding of lengths of yarn from a horizontal yarn reel

噪聲

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

230
buyúŋ-an

a four-spoked, horizontal yarn reel

四輻條的水準紗卷借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

231
buyúŋ-an

a four-spoked, horizontal yarn reel

四輻條的水準紗卷噪聲

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

232
buʔáya

crocodile

鱷魚buqaya [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

233
búʔuŋ

breaking, smashing, as of glass, pottery, etc.

打碎,打碎,如玻璃、陶器等。búquŋ [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

234
dágat

sea, ocean (as opposed to land)

海、海(與陸地相反)daRat [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

235
dágus

continuance, persistence

持續,持續dágus₁ [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

236
dagʔún

year, season

年份、季節dag(e)qún [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

237
dáhan

slowness, quietness; respect

緩慢、安靜;尊敬噪聲

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

238
dakúp

seizure, arrest, capture

扣押、逮捕、抓捕dakep [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

239
dalág

a species of mudfish (Opiocephalus striatus Bloch)

泥鰍一種dalág [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

240
dálan

trail, path, road, route

小徑、小徑、道路、路線zalan [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

241
dal-dálu

a queen termite, a fat “flying ant,” particularly numerous in July; the Hanunóo use queen termites for bait and also eat them with relish after they are fried; they have a fatty taste

dalu₁ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

242
dalíd

tree buttress

樹支墩dalij [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

243
dálit

venom; arrow poison

毒液dalit₃ [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

244
dalíʔ

haste, speed; hasten (toward something)

快,快;快(向某物)dalíq [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

245
dalúkap

palm of the hand

手掌dalukap [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

246
dáma

a type of game similar to checkers

一種類似跳棋的遊戲借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

247
dámay

sympathy

同情damay [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

248
damáy-an

be sympathized with

同情damay [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

249
dámut

selfishness; unkindness

自私dámut [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

250
dánaw

lake, pond

湖,池塘danaw [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

251
danúm

water; juice, as of fruits

水;果汁,如水果danum [PMP]daNum

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

252
dáŋaw

a unit of linear measurement, equal to the span between the extended thumb and middle finger

一種線性量測組織,等於拇指和中指之間的距離daŋaw [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

253
daŋdáŋ

roasting directly on coals, as of bananas

直接在煤上烤的,如香蕉daŋdaŋ₁ [PMP]daŋdaŋ

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

254
dápal

a unit of linear measurement, equal to the width of the four fingers of one hand when placed together and parallel to each other

dapal [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

255
dápat

the quality of being well joined, closeness of fit

良好的結合品質,緊密的配合dápat₁ [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

256
dapáʔ

lying in a prone position

俯臥借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

257
dapdáp

a species of tree: Erythrina variegata Linn.

一種喬木:刺桐林。dapdap₁ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

258
dapúg

hearth, fireplace; ashes; probably by extension from hearth, fireplace

壁爐,壁爐;灰燼;可能是從壁爐延伸出來的dapuR₁ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

259
dapug-án

stove, cooking place

爐灶、烹飪場所dapuR-an [PWMP]dapuR₁

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

260
dapúʔ

perching of birds

鳥類棲息dapuq [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

261
dapúʔ-an

perch, alighting place of birds

棲息,鳥類的棲息之地dapuq [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

262
da-rága

maid, maiden, young girl; virgin; any unmarried girl past the age of puberty

少女,少女,少女;處女;任何超過青春期的未婚少女da-daRa [PWMP]daRa₂

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

263
dáwa

Italian millet (Setaria italica 〈Linn.〉 Beauv.)

義大利小米zawa₂ [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

264
dáwun

leaf; large leaves which have been cut and removed from banana plants or banana-like (Musae) plants; leaves which are still on the stalk are known as #lábuŋ

dahun [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

265
dáyap

a lemon tree and its edible fruit; the leaves are boiled and the resultan decoction is drunk for sore throat, probably Citrus aurantifolia

dayap [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

266
dáyaw

ostentatious dress, ostentation; by extension, admiration, esteem, astonishment

炫耀的衣著、炫耀;引申為欽佩、尊敬、驚訝dáyaw [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

267
dáyaʔ

sorcery; deceit, fraud

巫術;欺騙,欺詐借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

268
dá yi ma-bílaŋ

innumerable, countless

無數,無數ma-bilaŋ [PPH]bilaŋ₁

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

269
dáykut

honey

蜂蜜dayket [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

270
dáyum

needle

zaRum [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

271
dáʔan

old, ancient, referring to objects and abstract things, but not to people; by extension #dáʔan often means ‘previously’, ‘formerly’, ‘anciently’.

daqan₂ [PMP]daqaN

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

272
dáʔu

a tree: Dracontomelum dao 〈Blco.〉 Merr. & Rolfe

一棵樹:龍眼刀。&羅爾夫daqu₁ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

273
daʔút

bad, ugly

壞,醜zaqet [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

274
diláw

turmeric; the color yellow

薑黃;黃色diláw [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

275
dílaʔ

tongue

舌頭dilaq₁ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

276
ditáʔ

a tall tree (Alstonia scholaris 〈Linn.〉) with many medicinal uses; the sap is placed on cotton and applied directly to a decayed, aching tooth to allay the pain

ditaq [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

277
dubdúb

chest, breast

胸部,胸部debdeb [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

278
dúgi

thorn, spike

刺,刺duRi [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

279
dugúʔ

blood

zuRuq [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

280
dúkut

a dark, adherent substance, especially on the teeth, as fine blackening or betel stains

黑斑一種黑色的粘著物質,尤指牙齒上的,如細小的發黑或檳榔漬deket₁ [PMP]dekeC

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

281
dúkut

a dark, adherent substance, esp. on the teeth, as vine blackening or betel stains

粘著物一種黑色的粘著物質,尤指在牙齒上,如葡萄樹變黑或檳榔漬deket₃ [PPH]deket₂

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

282
dúlaŋ

shallow wooden tub or basin

淺木盆dulaŋ [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

283
dúlaŋ

shallow wooden tub or basin

淺木盆借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

284
dúlit

a very small meteorite, or falling star

一顆非常小的隕石或流星dúlit [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

285
dulúm

darkness

黑暗dulem [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

286
d〈um〉águs

to continue, keep on one’s way, keep on going

繼續,繼續前進,繼續前進dágus₁ [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

287
dumdúm

remembrance, as of people

紀念,如對人的紀念demdem₁ [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

288
dúmpul

blunt, as of arrow points, etc.

鈍的,如箭頭等。dumpul [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

289
dúnuŋ

intelligence, knowledge, know-how

智慧、知識、訣竅dunuŋ [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

290
duŋán

concerted action, togetherness

一致行動,團結deŋan [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

291
duŋúg

hearing, listening; perceiving; the more commonly used form is #dunúg

聽,聽;感知;更常用的形式是#dunúgdeŋeR [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

292
dúŋun

a tree: Heritierra littoralis Dryand.

一棵樹:■Dryand。duŋun [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

293
dúŋus

snout, as of a pig

鼻子,如豬的鼻子duŋus [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

294
dupá

fathom; a unit of linear measurement, equal to the distance between the tips of one’s extended arms; arm span

depah [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

295
dupúŋ

snake sp. (probable genus Trimeresurus, species Wagleri Boie 〈?〉)

蛇屬(可能屬Trimeresurus,種屬Wagleri Boie,種屬Wagleri Boie)?〉)depuŋ [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

296
dusdús

rubbing of the stomach with herb medicines, always with a downward motion

用草藥揉胃,總是向下運動desdes [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

297
duwá

two, a cardinal number

二,基數duha [PMP]duSa

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

298
dúyan

hammock; hammock-like cradle

吊床dúyan [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

299
dúyuŋ

dugong, an aquatic, herbivorous mammal: Dugong dugong

儒艮,水生食草動物:儒艮duyuŋ₂ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

300
gábi

taro (Colocasia esculenta Schott), a generic term covering all seventeen varieties recognized by the Hanunóo

gabi [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

301
gabúd, yabúd

tangle; entwining, climbing up and up something, as of vines

纏繞;纏繞、攀爬或攀爬某物,如藤蔓Ra(m)bej [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

302
gabúd, yabúd

tangle; entwining, climbing up and up (something), as of vines

纏繞;纏繞,攀爬(某物),如藤蔓

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

303
gabúk

dust; rotten

灰塵;腐爛的Rabuk [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

304
gábut

unsheathing, drawing, as of a bolo

未遮蔽的,繪畫的Rabut [PMP]RabuC

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

305
gábut

unsheathing, drawing, as of a bolo

未遮蔽的,繪畫的gábut [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

306
gábut

coconut husk

椰子殼

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

307
gáliŋ

grinding, milling

研磨、銑削galiŋ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

308
galíŋ-un

be ground, be milled

磨碎,碾碎galiŋ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

309
gámit

use, employment, as of an instrument

使用、使用,如工具Rámit [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

310
gámit

use, employment, as of an instrument

使用、使用,如工具gámit [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

311
gamít-un

to be used

使用Rámit [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

312
gamít-un

to be used

使用gámit [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

313
gamút

root, as of a tree

根,如樹的根Ramut₁ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

314
ganáp

complete

完成借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

315
ganti

recompense; response

補償ganti [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

316
gantí

recompense; response

補償借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

317
gápus

tying, manacling

捆綁,海牛Rapus [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

318
gapus-ún

to tie, manacle

系好,手銬Rapus-en [PWMP]Rapus

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

319
garáŋ

roughness, coarseness

粗糙度garaŋ₂ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

320
garáw

movement; mischievousness, playing around; ‘keep your hands to yourself’, etc. (said to small children)

garáw [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

321
garís

a scabby, itchy skin disease; sarna; dhobie itch

疥瘡,瘙癢性皮膚病garis [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

322
gárus

scratching, clawing with long strokes, as done by an animal

抓撓用長的筆劃抓,如動物所做的garus [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

323
gatáʔ

coconut cream obtained by squeezing and leaching shredded coconut meat

椰肉碎榨取椰汁gateq [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

324
gatáʔ

coconut cream obtained by squeezing and leaching shredded coconut meat

椰肉碎榨取椰汁Rataq [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

325
gatúl

itch

gatel [PMP]gaCel

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

326
gátus

hundred

一百Ratus [PMP]RaCus

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

327
gayák

plan, intention

計畫、意圖gayák [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

328
gáyat

cutting into extremely thin strips, as of tobacco leaves

切成非常薄的條狀,如煙葉gáyat [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

329
gáʔud

oar

gáqud [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

330
gílaŋ

iridescence

彩虹色gilaŋ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

331
gílid

side

gílij [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

332
gípak

broken, crushed

破碎,壓碎Ripak [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

333
gísi

tearing, ripping intentionally, as of cloth

故意撕扯Risi [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

334
gíʔuk

thrashing by trampling

踐踏Riqek [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

335
gubáʔ

crashing, tumbling, falling in or down or to pieces

撞毀、翻滾、摔成碎片gebáq [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

336
gúlay

boiling of secondary foods in an earthenware pot

在陶罐裏煮二次食物gulay [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

337
gúlpi

contract labor

合同工借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

338
gulpí-h-an

to be done by contract labor

由合同工完成借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

339
g〈um〉íʔuk

to thresh by trampling

踐踏脫粒R〈um〉iqek [PWMP]Riqek

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

340
guntíŋ

any cutting edge or blade, as of a knife, which is sharpened or beveled from one side only; this type of bevel; scissors

借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

341
gunut

fibers, i.e., the very long stiff black hairs from the sheathing parts of the leafstalks of the sugar palm (Arenga spp.); these hairs are used to make snare ropes and are traded to the coastal Christians, who employ them as thatch for the ridges of house roofs

Runut [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

342
gupúk

wood hollowed by weevils or termites

被象鼻蟲或白蟻挖空的木頭Re(m)puk [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

343
gúraŋ

age; old, referring especially to people

年老的;年老的,尤指指人Rudaŋ [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

344
guráŋ-un

old person, elder

老人Rudaŋ [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

345
gutl-ún

to pinch

geCel [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

346
gutúl

to pinch; pinching

geCel [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

347
gúyud

pulling (along), dragging

拉扯guyud₃ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

348
guyúd-un

be dragged, be pulled (along)

被拖,被拖gúyud-en [PPH]guyud₃

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

349
hábul

weaving of cloth

織物habél [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

350
hagkús

a twilled rattan pocket belt worn by all adult men and women

所有成年男女都戴的斜紋藤制腰帶hag(e)kes [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

351
hálin

leaving, taking off, going

離開,起飛,離開halin [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

352
hálʔu

wooden pestle for pounding rice, corn, etc.

搗碎大米、玉米等的木制杵。qahelu [PMP]qaSelu

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

353
hampák

hit, strike; beating, whipping

打,打;打,鞭打hampak [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

354
hampák

hit, strike; beating (Also #Hiligaynon #hámpak 'beat, whip, whack')

打,打;打

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

355
haŋád

wish, desire

願望,願望借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

356
haŋga-n

even, even to, even including

甚至,甚至,甚至包括haŋga [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

357
háŋit

anguish, regret, torment; anger

痛苦、後悔、折磨;憤怒haŋit [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

358
hápit

pressing tightly against something

緊靠某物hapit [PMP]Sapit

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

359
hapún

fishline, frequently of two-ply home-grown cotton thread

魚線,通常為國產雙層棉線hapen [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

360
hárab

pasturage, grass, and other fodder

牧草、草和其他飼料hárab₂ [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

361
h-ar-abl-án

backstrap loom for weaving cotton garments and blankets

棉織服裝和毛毯用背拉織機habel-án [PPH]habél

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

362
háwak

back of the waist (NOTE: No general term for waist)

腰背(注:腰部無通用術語)hawak [PMP]Sawak

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

363
háyup

animal, especially a mammal; also by extension and colloquial usage, any object that moves, animate or inanimate

hayep [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

364
higpít

tightness, seriousness, gravity

緊繃、嚴肅、嚴肅hig(e)pít [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

365
higút

tie, tying

打領帶,打領帶hiRét [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

366
híliŋ

looking at something, usually near by

看東西,通常在附近hiliŋ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

367
hílut

massage

按摩hílut [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

368
himánman

consciousness, thought; be aware of, be conscious of

意識,思想;意識到,意識到借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

369
hi-niŋá

picking of one's teeth

剔牙tiŋah [PMP]CiŋaS

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

370
hípus

quality of being gentle, reserved, quiet

溫柔、矜持、安靜的品質hipes [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

371
hítaʔ

crotch, groin

胯部,腹股溝hitaq [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

372
hítu

edible freshwater catfish (Clarias batrachus Linn.) found in swamps, ponds and ditches

在沼澤、池塘和溝渠中發現的可食用淡水鯰魚hitu [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

373
hubás

evaporation, drying up, as of mountain streams in the dry season

蒸發,乾涸,如旱季山溪的蒸發hebás [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

374
húgut

pulling, up as of a loincloth; tightening, as of a binding

拉扯的,如纏腰帶的;拉緊的,如捆綁的SuRut [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

375
húgut

pulling up, as of a loincloth; tightening, as of a binding

拉起,如纏腰帶;拉緊,如捆綁heRet [PMP]SeReC

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

376
hukás

unloading or dismounting from an animal

從動物身上卸下hekas [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

377
hukás

unloading or dismounting from an animal

從動物身上卸下hukas [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

378
húlug

fall, falling

墜落,墜落huluR [PMP]SuluR

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

379
humbák

wave(s) at sea, ocean waves

海浪,海浪humbak [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

380
h-um-ubás

dry up

乾涸h〈um〉ebás [PPH]hebás

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

381
húnat

stretching of something that will snap back when released, as of a rubber band

橡皮筋,橡皮筋當釋放時會反彈的東西,如橡皮筋huñat [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

382
h〈ur〉ugut-án-an

getting married, “tied together”, “hitched”

結婚,“綁在一起”,“結婚”heRet [PMP]SeReC

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

383
húyaŋ

physical weakness, debility, feebleness, unsteadiness

身體虛弱,虛弱,虛弱,不穩定huyaŋ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

384
íba

companionship; accompanying, going along with someone

陪伴ibah [PMP]ibaS

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

385
íbug

liking, desire, wish, love

喜歡,欲望,願望,愛ibeR [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

386
íhiʔ

urine

尿ihiq [PMP]iSiq

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

387
íhu

large sharklike fish with very thick, smooth skin, about one meter long

大型鯊魚狀魚,皮膚非常厚,光滑,大約一米長qiSu [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

388
íkug

tail, as of an animal

尾巴,如動物的尾巴ikuR [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

389
ílag

care, caution; avoidance

小心,小心;避免qilag [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

390
ílu

orphan

孤兒ilu [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

391
ínaʔ-ámaʔ guraŋun

parents

父母ina ama [PMP]ina

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

392
ínit

sun

太陽qinit [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

393
Insík

Chinese, language and-or people

漢語、語言和/或人借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

394
íŋay

noise, commotion, disturbance, clamor (loanword)

譟音、騷動、騷動、吵鬧(外來詞)iŋaR [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

395
íŋguk

grunting of pigs

豬的呼嚕聲iŋguk [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

396
ípus

cockroach

蟑螂ipes [PMP]Sipes

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

397
ísip

thoughts, thinking; perception, feeling; think

思想,思考;知覺,感覺;思考ísip [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

398
íwik

squealing, as of pigs

尖叫聲,如豬的尖叫聲íwik [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

399

you (singular); occurs mainly in certain set phrases; in all of them, however, #ká may be replaced by the more frequently used #káwu

ka₄ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

400
kabál

defensive power believed to make the owner virtually invulnerable, i.e., indestructible by ordinary weapons

kabal₂ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

401
kabán

togetherness, companionship

團結、友誼kaban₁ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

402
kabán

trunk, chest for storage; seen by Hanunóo in Christian barrios

後備箱,用於存放的箱子;哈努諾在基督教街壘中看到kaban₂ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

403
kádaŋ

walking on stilts

踩高蹺kazaŋ₁ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

404
kadaŋ-kádaŋ

stilts of long bamboo poles, used by children as a form of amusement or game

長竹竿高蹺,兒童用作娛樂或遊戲的一種形式kadaŋ-kádaŋ [PPH]kazaŋ₁

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

405
kágaŋ

freshwater crab

淡水蟹kaRaŋ [PMP]gaRaŋ

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

406
kagt-ún

be bitten

被咬kaRat-en [PPH]kaRaC

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

407
káka-Ɂ

older sibling (both nominative and vocative)

兄妹(主唱)kaka₂ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

408
ka-kilála

an acquaintance

熟人kilala [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

409
kalamúndiŋ

a lime tree and its fruit: Citrus mitis Blco.

酸橙樹及其果實:柑桔。借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

410
kálat

a tie rope for animals

動物用的系繩kalat [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

411
kalawít

a barbed spear point

帶刺的矛尖kalawit [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

412
káli

digging up, as of rootstocks, tubers, etc.

挖掘,如根莖、塊莖等。kali₂ [PMP]kalih

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

413
kalíŋ

bunch

kaliŋ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

414
káliŋ

jingle

叮噹

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

415
kaliŋ-an

cluster of small palm fruits

一簇小小的棕櫚果實kaliŋ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

416
kálug

shaking

搖晃kalug [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

417
kamagúŋ

a tree, (Diospyros discolor Willd.?); the term is used only to designate young trees the wood of which is still light in color; for older trees or wood having a darker, seasoned color the term used is #baluntínaw

kamaguŋ [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

418
kamánsi

a tree and its edible fruit: Artocarpus camansi

一棵樹及其可食用的果實kamansi [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

419
kamáŋi

plant species, Ocimum sanctum L.. The leaves have some reportedly medicinal value; when dried the herb is placed among clothes to scent them

kamaŋi [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

420
kamátis

a naturalized form of semiwild tomato (Lycopersicum esculentum Miller) with small (1 - 1.5 cm. in diameter) round, smooth-skinned fruits

借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

421
kamayá

a species of tree (family Ebenaceae)

樹的一種(艾伯納科)kamaya [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

422
kambíŋ

goat; known, although rare, in southern Mindoro

山羊;在民都洛南部已知,雖然很少見借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

423
kamí

we (exclusive)

我們(獨家)k-ami [PAN]ami

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

424
kamiri

Aleurites moluccana Linn. (Madulid 2001)

白蠟樹。(馬杜利德2001)kamiri [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

425
kámu

2pl. nominative, you all

2pl.提名,各位kamu₂ [PMP]amu

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

426
kanárum

tree sp.

樹木屬。kanarum [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

427
kanárum

a species of tree

一種樹kanadem [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

428
kandís

tree with reddish fruits: Garcinia rubra Merr.

帶紅色果實的樹:紅藤黃。kandis [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

429
kanúmay

a tree, possibly Diospyros maritima Blm.; the fruits are pounded and pulverized for use as a stupefier or poison for eels and shrimp

kanúmay [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

430
kánʔ-un

be eaten by someone

被人吃掉kaen-en [PAN]kaen

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

431
ka-palad-un

luck, fortune, fate, destiny

運氣,運氣,命運,命運palaj₁ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

432
kapís

species of clam averaging the size of one's hand

平均手掌大小的蛤蜊種類kapis [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

433
kapús

end, last (in time)

結束,最後(及時)kapus [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

434
kapús

end, last (in time). #kapús-an youngest child

結束,最後(及時)。#卡普斯——最小的孩子

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

435
kapús-an

youngest child

最小的孩子kapus [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

436
ka-tágbuʔ

a person met

遇見的人tag(e)búq [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

437
kátig

outrigger

支腿katiR [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

438
kátiʔ

decoy wild cock

誘餌野雞kátiq [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

439
kátri

raised bed; known to the Hanunóo only through visits to Christian villages

加高的床;只有通過參觀基督教村莊才為哈農所知借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

440
ka-tuŋáʔ-an

one half (as an entity)

一半(作為一個實體)teŋaq [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

441
ka-túwaŋ

carrying pole

扁擔ka-tuaŋ [PPH]tuaŋ₂

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

442
ka-uyáʔ-an

virtue, honor

美德,榮譽ka-heyaq [PWMP]Seyaq

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

443
káwad

wire; specifically the short wire between a fishhook and the end of a fishline

金屬絲;特別是魚鉤和魚線末端之間的短金屬絲借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

444
kawáyan

a species of bamboo, Bambusa spinosa Roxb.; this is not a generic term as it is in Tagalog and several other Philippine languages

kawayan [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

445
káwaʔ

a large cooking vessel or kettle, especially of trade origin

炊具一種大的炊具或水壺,尤指貿易用的kawaq [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

446
kawíŋ

coition (canine), mating of dogs

犬的交配kawiŋ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

447
káwit

hook, in a general sense

鉤子,一般來說kawit [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

448
káyab

fanning motion

扇形運動kayab [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

449
káyas

rattan strips which have been split and shaved to an even thickness for use in plaiting, lashing, tying, or lacing

káyas [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

450
kayíg

scratching of the ground, as by chickens

抓地kahiR [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

451
káyu

wood; tree

木頭;樹kahiw [PMP]kaSiw

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

452
ka-ʔáway

enemy, opponent

敵人,對手áway [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

453
ka-ʔibáh-an

companion, fellow traveler

同伴,旅伴ka-ibah-an [PWMP]ibaS

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

454
káʔun

eating; food

吃;吃kaen [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

455
kaʔun-káʔun

eat and eat!

吃吧,吃吧!kaen kaen [PMP]kaen

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

456
ki-baság-an

breaking up into small pieces (of some object)

(某些物體的)碎片basag [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

457
kilála

knowing (someone), being acquainted with (someone); acquaintanceship

認識(某人),熟悉(某人);相識kilala [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

458
kílat

lightning

閃電kilat₁ [PMP]likaC

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

459
kili-kíli

armpit

腋窩kili-kíli [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

460
kilíŋ

a tall, smooth bamboo (Bambusa vulgaris Schrad.)

一種高而光滑的竹子kilíŋ₂ [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

461
kímay

numbness, cramp, as in the leg

麻木,抽筋,如腿部kimay [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

462
kiŋkiŋ

hopping on one leg

單腿跳躍kiŋkiŋ₂ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

463
kitík

tickling (of someone)

(某人的)發癢kitik₁ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

464
kugán

scab

結痂kuRan [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

465
kugán

scab

結痂keRan₁ [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

466
kugíta

octopus

章魚kuRita [PMP]guRiCa

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

467
kugun

cogon grass: Imperata cylindrica 〈Linn.〉 Beauv.

科貢草:白茅。guRun [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

468
kukú

nails (of the body); claws

(身體的)指甲;爪子kukuh [PMP]kuSkuS₁

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

469
kúla

glue, paste, made of tree sap

樹液製成的膠水、漿糊借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

470
kulambúʔ

mosquito net; an exceedingly rare possession among the Hanunóo, but known through contact with Christians in lowland villages

借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

471
k〈um〉áʔun

to eat

k〈um〉aen [PAN]kaen

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

472
k〈um〉úyug

go with, accompany (someone)

一起去,陪(某人)kúyug [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

473
kún

saying, telling, etc.

說、說等。ken [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

474
kundíman

red trade cloth

紅色貿易布借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

475
kundúy

a cucumber with very white interior

內部很白的黃瓜kunduR [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

476
kúnu

it is said, they say (the common quotative)

據說,他們說(常用的引語)kunu₂ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

477
kúnut

flexibility, pliability (Also #Bikol #kúnot 'tough (as meat)')

靈活性、柔韌性(也可稱為“比科爾”(Bikol)kú不“堅韌(如肉)”

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

478
kúnuʔ

saying, telling; poetic or literary

說,說;詩意的或文學的kunuq [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

479
kúpaŋ

a large tree: Parkia javanica 〈Lam.〉 Merr.

一棵大樹:■Merr。kúpaŋ [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

480
kurún

earthenware pot

陶罐kuden [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

481
kusúg

strength, etc. (speed)

力量等(速度)keseR [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

482
kútkut

a hole in the ground

地上的洞kutkut₁ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

483
kútu

hair or head louse

毛髮或頭蝨kutu₁ [PMP]kuCux

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

484
kuwá

what do you call it? what’s his name?

你叫它什麼?他叫什麼名字?kua₂ [PWMP]kua₁

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

485
kuwát

power, force(?)

力量,力量?)借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

486
kúyug

going together (with someone), accompanying (someone); accompaniment, companionship

一起去(和某人),陪伴(某人);陪伴,陪伴kúyug [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

487
lábaw

quality of being higher, above, exceeding, over or longer than (something else)

高於、高於、超過、超過或長於(某物)labaw₂ [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

488
lábay

a type of yarn or thread

一種紗線或線labay₁ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

489
lábi

excessiveness

過分labi₁ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

490
lábis

an excessive amount; more,

過多的數量;更多,lábis [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

491
lábug

rice gruel

米粥labuR [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

492
lábug

rice gruel

米粥

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

493
lábuŋ

leaf

借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

494
lábut

perpetrator, doer, especially of a nefarious deed; the one to blame

作惡者,作惡者,尤指邪惡行為的作惡者;應受責備的人labut [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

495
labúyuʔ

rooster, cock

公雞,公雞labúyuq [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

496
ladlád

unrolling of sleeping mats or similar matlike objects

展開睡墊或類似的墊子狀物體ladlád [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

497
lagíw

running

跑步laRiw [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

498
láguʔ

a large tree

一棵大樹lagúq [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

499
lákaŋ

taking a long step, as when walking over a fallen tree or a rock in a trail; a pace

步子走很長的一步,如在倒下的樹或小路上的岩石上行走;步子lakaŋ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

500
lakatán

a tasty variety of eating banana (Musa sapientum lacatan 〈Blco.〉 Teodoro)

美味的香蕉品種(■Teodoro)lakatán [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

501
lakáw

walk, hike; walking, moving on; in vogue, current (among); circulation

散步,徒步旅行;散步,繼續前進;流行,流行;流通lakaw [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

502
lakí

grandfather (in both nominative and vocative; grandchild of either sex; male ancestor

祖父(在主格和呼喊中;兩種性別的孫子;男性祖先lakay [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

503
láki

masculinity, quality of being male

男子氣概,男子氣概laki₁ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

504
lakí

ancestor, male ancestor; in a general sense, any direct, distant male progenitor

祖先,男性祖先;在一般意義上,任何直接的,遙遠的男性祖先laki₁ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

505
laki

grandfather/grandchild (recip.)

祖父/孫子(互惠)laki₂ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

506
laláki

man, boy, male

男的,男的,男的la-laki [PWMP]laki₁

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

507
lálu

more (intensive)

更多(密集型)lalu₁ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

508
lámak

setting out of food for a meal

準備吃飯lámak [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

509
lámaŋ

only; but

只是;但是lámaŋ [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

510
lámbuŋ

woman’s waist or blouse; a seven-piece, closed-seamed slipover, homespun cotton garment with a flare bottom

lambuŋ [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

511
lamísa

a raised table of the usual four-legged wooden type found in Christian Filipino homes; seen but not used by the Hanunóo

借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

512
lána

oil, especially coconut oil, used occasionally for the hair

油,尤指椰子油,偶爾用於頭髮laña [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

513
lánay

clear pitch; used as a medicament to apply to the skin of those suffering from ringworm

透明的瀝青;用作治療癬的藥物lanay₁ [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

514
lántaŋ

duration of time

持續時間lantaŋ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

515
lantaŋ-án

long time

長時間lantaŋ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

516
laŋ

only, but (said to be derived by syncope from #lámaŋ ‘only, but’)

只是,但是(據說是由暈厥引起的,只不過是從拉瑪引起的)laŋ [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

517
láŋaw

the common housefly

普通家蠅laŋaw [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

518
láŋit

sky, heavens

天空,天空laŋit [PMP]laŋiC

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

519
laŋkáʔ

jackfruit (Artocarpus heterophylla Lam.), the tree and its fruit

鳳梨、鳳梨樹及其果實借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

520
laŋtút

repulsive odor of long-standing water and the like

長期存在的水等的令人厭惡的氣味

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

521
láŋu

dizziness; drunkenness

頭暈;醉酒laŋu [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

522
laŋú

dizzy; drunk

頭暈的;喝醉的laŋu [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

523
laŋúy

swimming

游泳laŋuy [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

524
lápad

broadness, width, breadth, as of a field

寬,寬,寬,如田野lapad [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

525
lápaw

excessive depth (in an agricultural sense this means excessive cultivation)

深度過深(在農業上,這意味著過度耕種)la(m)paw [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

526
lápaw

excessive depth

過深la(m)paw [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

527
lápaʔ

butchering, chopping, splitting up (of something)

屠宰、剁碎、分割(某物)lapaq [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

528
lapáʔ-un

be cut up, be butchered

被砍,被屠宰lapaq [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

529
lápus

going over and beyond

超越lápus [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

530
lápus

going over and beyond

超越la(m)pus₂ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

531
lása

taste

味道借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

532
lásik

sudden flying off of splinters and the like

突然飛出碎片之類的東西借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

533
lásun

poison, but not venom or arrow poison

毒藥,但不是毒藥或箭毒借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

534
látag

scattering, spreading out

散開,展開latag [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

535
láwa

a generic term for spiders, very few of which are given specific names

蜘蛛的總稱,很少有蜘蛛有特定的名字lawa₂ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

536
lawa-láwa

simple string figures, or cat’s cradles, made with strings of seed beads

簡單的線人或貓的搖籃,用串串的種子珠製成lawa₂ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

537
láwas

internode, as a bamboo cylinder or strip, including at least one node as well as the section between two joints

lawas₃ [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

538
láway

saliva (while in the mouth)

唾液(口中)láway [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

539
lawáʔan

a species of tree (family Dipterocarpaceae)

一種樹木(龍腦香科)lawaqan [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

540
lawí

tail feather(s); specifically, those of the wild jungle fowl; frequently bound together and used as plume decorations stuck in men’s arm bands

lawi₁ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

541
láwig

long time

長時間lawig [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

542
láwud

lowlands, coastal regions; down below, as opposed to up in the mountains

低地,沿海地區;在下面,而不是在山上lahud [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

543
láyaŋ

flying

飛行layaŋ₁ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

544
láʔad

brook or stream which may run dry in the dry season; dry streambed; arroyo

旱季可能乾涸的小溪或小溪;乾涸的河床;阿羅約河laqaD [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

545
líbat

cross-eyed

斜眼libat [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

546
líbtuŋ

water left in pools, as when a river dries up

池塘裏的水,如河流乾涸時留下的水lib(e)túŋ [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

547
líbtuŋ

water left in pools, as when a river dries up

池塘裏的水,如河流乾涸時留下的水偶然性

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

548
líbut

around; surround

環繞libut [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

549
ligsáy

slipping (up); slipperiness

滑倒lig(e)say [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

550
ligtás

free, freed, saved; set free

釋放,釋放,保存;釋放lig(e)tas [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

551
líhim

secret; kept quiet

秘密的;保密的lihim [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

552
likúd

the thick, flattened side of the back of a knife blade

刀背刀背的厚而扁平的一面likud [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

553
líkus

sides, around

側面,周圍likes [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

554
likúʔ

crook, bend, as in a stick, river, etc.; watercourse

彎曲,彎曲,如在棍子、河流等中;水道likuq [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

555
likúʔ

river

偶然性

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

556
likúʔ-an

river

likuq [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

557
líma

five

lima [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

558
limátuk

common leech, bloodsucker, found in damp forests; a blood-sucking annelid worm of the class Hirudinea

qali-matek [PWMP]-matek

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

559
limbún

dam

水壩limbun [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

560
limbún

dam

水壩

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

561
limús

drowning

溺水limes [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

562
línaw

complete stillness, tranquillity; pool, i.e. a quiet, still body of water; the deeper part of a river or stream

linaw [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

563
lintáʔ

a carnivorous annelid worm, leech or bloodsucker, found usually in small pools or in bodies of still, fresh water

qali-metaq [PWMP]-meCaq

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

564
linúg

earthquake

地震linuR [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

565
línuŋ

peace, quiet, tranquillity

平靜,安靜,寧靜linuŋ [PMP]liNuŋ

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

566
línuŋ

peace, quiet, tranquillity

平靜,安靜,寧靜lineŋ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

567
lípas

passing of time

時間的流逝lipas [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

568
lípay

joy, happiness

快樂,幸福lípay [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

569
lípit

either of the two common rafter-sized bamboo poles used in house (roof) construction, placed parallel with and above the top intermediate purlin strip, to hold down the roof thatch

liq(e)pit [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

570
lípit

either of the two common rafter-sized bamboo poles used in house (roof) construction, placed parallel with and above the top intermediate purlin strip, to hold down the ridge thatch

lipit [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

571
lípuŋ

dizziness

頭暈lipeŋ [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

572
lítik

noise made by striking of flint and steel, in making fire

火中燧石和鋼撞擊發出的聲音li(n)tik [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

573
liwán

far, distant

遠,遠líwan [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

574
liʔúd

footprint

足跡liqed [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

575
líʔug

neck

脖子liqeR [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

576
lúbid

rope, cord, as a fishline, usually twisted, and made of bast or other fibrous material

魚線,魚線,魚線,通常是扭曲的,由麻或其他纖維資料製成lúbid [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

577
lubúg

cloudiness, turbidity

混濁lebug [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

578
lúbuŋ

grave; ground burial as opposed to cave burial

墳墓lebeŋ₁ [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

579
lubút

hole, perforation, especially if it be completely through an object

穿孔,穿孔,尤指完全穿過物體時lubut [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

580
lúgus

insistence, obligation, force

堅持、義務、武力luges [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

581
lugús-un

be forced (to do something)

被迫做某事luges [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

582
luhúd

kneeling

跪著luhúd [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

583
lukás

slipping off (both transitive and intransitive); undressing, taking off clothing

脫掉衣服lu(ŋ)kas [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

584
lukbán

the pomelo: Citrus grandis Osbeck

柚子:柚子luk(e)bán [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

585
luksú

jump, jumping, i.e. up and down, as opposed to running, broad jumping, etc.

跳,跳,即上下,與跑、跳遠等相對。luk(e)súh [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

586
lukúb

skin, bark, cover, outer layer

皮膚、樹皮、覆蓋物、外層lekeb [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

587
lukúb

skin, bark, cover, outer layer; foreskin, prepuce

皮膚,樹皮,覆蓋物,外層;包皮,包皮lukúb [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

588
lukút-an

a stingless honeybee (family Meliponidae, species Trigona)

一種無刺蜜蜂(蜂科,種屬,種屬,種屬)lukut₂ [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

589
lulúd

foot, leg, as of a chicken

腳,腿,如雞luluj [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

590
lulún

roll, as of a sleeping mat, paper, or cloth

卷,如睡墊、紙或布lulun [PMP]luluN

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

591
l〈um〉ákaŋ

to take such steps; to step over something in this fashion

採取這樣的步驟;以這種管道跳過某事lakaŋ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

592
l〈um〉akáw

to walk, will walk

要走,就要走l〈um〉akaw [PMP]lakaw

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

593
l〈um〉aŋúy

to swim; will swim

游泳;會游泳l〈um〉aŋuy [PWMP]laŋuy

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

594
lumáy

love charm, potion

愛情魅力,藥水lumay [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

595
l〈um〉áyaŋ

to fly, will fly

要飛,就要飛layaŋ₁ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

596
l〈um〉ípas

go by, go past, with reference to a certain time or date

過去,過去,指的是某個時間或日期lipas [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

597
lúmut

moss, especially that found on trees

苔蘚,尤指在樹上發現的苔蘚lumut [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

598
lúmuy

slowness; weakness, as of persons

緩慢;軟弱,如對人lumúy [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

599
lúnud

covering up; drowning

掩蓋;淹沒leñej [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

600
lúnud

turning over; covering up; drowning

翻身;遮蓋;淹死lúnud [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

601
lúŋa

sesame, much used as flavoring: Sesamum indicum Linn.

leŋa [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

602
lúŋbuy

a species of wild cherry tree and its fruit: Eugenia cumini L.

luŋ(e)búy [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

603
lúpiŋ

a side dent or impression in the edge of a knife blade, from cutting a hard object

刀口刀刃上的側面凹痕或印痕lupiŋ [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

604
lupúk

stamping of the feet, or of a single foot

跺腳lepuk [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

605
luslús

sliding up and down or removal of ringlike objects from more stationary bodies, as when removing a breastband from the body, or in moving a band up and down a hollow cylinder or pole

lesles₁ [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

606
luslús

sliding up and down or removal of ringlike objects from more stationary bodies, as when removing a breastband from the body, or in moving a band up and down a hollow cylinder or pole

luslus [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

607
lusúŋ

a large wooden mortar used mainly to hull grain such as rice

一種大的木制灰漿,主要用來剝去穀粒的殼,如大米lesuŋ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

608
lútuk

mud

lutek [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

609
lútuʔ

ripe

成熟的lutuq [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

610
lutʔ-án

soft, pithy, easily crushed portion of rattan vines

藤蔓的柔軟、纖細、易壓碎的部分lutuq [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

611
luwá

pause, wait; most frequently used in the expression #kalwá or #kalwá yí ‘wait a moment!’

暫停,等等;最常用的表達是“卡瓦”或“卡瓦”等等!’luá [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

612
luwág

loose, fitting easily, not tight, as of clothes; easy

寬鬆的,易穿的,不緊的,如衣服;容易的luqaR [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

613
luwás

outside, exterior, out of doors

室外,室外,室外luas₁ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

614
ma-báŋlu

fragrant, sweet-smelling

香甜的ma-baŋ(e)luh [PPH]baŋ(e)lúh

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

615
ma-bayád-an

to be paid

待支付bayaD [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

616
ma-bílaŋ

numerable, countable; be counted, be enumerated

可數的,可數的;可數的,可數的ma-bilaŋ [PPH]bilaŋ₁

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

617
ma-bíru

black; purple; blue, green, esp. with reference to the darker shades; a term covering a much greater descriptive color range than any single English color term

借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

618
ma-búquŋ

be broken (by nature), i.e. hatch, referring to eggs

(自然)破碎,即孵化,指的是蛋búquŋ [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

619
ma-buswáŋ

begin to flow again, referring to a river after the dry season is over

又開始流動,指旱季結束後的河流busuáŋ [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

620
ma-dáhan

slow, quiet; respectful

緩慢的,安靜的;恭敬的噪聲

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

621
ma-dámut

mean, unkind; selfish

刻薄的、不友善的;自私的dámut [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

622
ma-diláw

yellow

黃色的diláw [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

623
ma-gatúl

itchy

發癢的ma-gatel [PMP]gaCel

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

624
mag-bayú

to pound rice

搗米bayu [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

625
mag-búga

expectorate, spit

吐痰buRah [PMP]buReS

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

626
mag-búlus

flow, run referring to a river current

流,指河流的水流maR-búlus [PPH]bulus

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

627
mag-bunúʔ

to wrestle

摔跤maR-bunuq [PWMP]buNuq₂

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

628
mag-buwát

make, do

做,做maR-buhat [PWMP]buhat₂

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

629
mag-daŋdáŋ

roast something directly on coals

直接在煤上烤東西maR-daŋdaŋ [PPH]daŋdaŋ

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

630
mag-dáyaʔ

to cheat, defraud

欺騙借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

631
mag-dumdúm

to remember someone

記住某人demdem₁ [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

632
mag-dúyan

to sleep, rest, or rock back and forth in a hammock

在吊床上睡覺、休息或來回搖晃dúyan [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

633
mag-kabán

go together as companions

結伴而行maR-kaban [PMP]kaban₁

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

634
mag-ka-kilála

be acquainted (used mostly in the passive)

熟悉(主要用於被動語態)kilala [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

635
mag-ka-lípay

to rejoice

高興lípay [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

636
mag-ka-lípuŋ

to get dizzy

頭暈lipeŋ [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

637
mag-k〈ar〉awíŋ-an

mate freely (intensive), of dogs only

自由交配(密集型),僅限狗kawiŋ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

638
mag-kitík

to tickle, will tickle (someone)

搔癢,會搔癢(某人)kitik₁ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

639
mag-kún

to say, to tell

說,說ken [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

640
mag-kutkút

dig (a hole)

挖(洞)kutkut₁ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

641
mag-mag-ʔar-agáw-an

grab at (plural,intensive)

抓住(複數,密集)qaRaw [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

642
mag-ŋáŋa

keep one’s mouth open

張嘴ŋaŋa₂ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

643
mag-pa-káʔun

to feed, give food; also, by extension, give (other things)

餵養,給予食物;同樣,通過延伸,給予(其他事物)pa-kaen [PAN]kaen

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

644
mag-pa-tindúg

to erect, construct something (as a house)

建造、建造某物(如房子)ti(n)zeg [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

645
mag-paypáy

to beckon

招手paypáy [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

646
mag-pipíʔ

to wash clothes, launder clothes, using a #pa-mipíɁ

洗衣服,洗衣服,用一個piqpiq [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

647
mag-rákrak

to eat in this fashion

以這種管道吃飯rakrak [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

648
mag-sakít

to be painful, to be hurt, to feel bad about

痛苦,受傷,難過maR-sakit [PWMP]sakit

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

649
mag-sapúpu

to take in one’s lap, or carry something or someone in one’s arms

抱在膝上,或抱著某物或某人sapúpu [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

650
mag-sitsít

call someone’s attention to something by hissing

用嘶嘶聲引起某人對某事的注意sitsit [PMP]sitsit₁

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

651
mag-siyáp

to chirp, cluck (as a chick)

唧唧喳喳,咯咯(像個小雞)ciap [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

652
mag-súkut

to collect payment

收款sukut [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

653
mag-súluŋ

to put on, wear

穿,穿suluŋ₂ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

654
mag-tahúp

winnow

簸箕tahep [PMP]tapeS

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

655
mag-tanúm

to plant, will plant

栽種,將栽種maR-tanem [PWMP]CaNem

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

656
mag-taŋág

hold on by biting

咬緊牙關taŋaR [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

657
mag-taŋág

to hold on by biting

咬緊牙關借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

658
mag-t〈ar〉upúŋ

be the same in height

身高一樣tepeŋ₂ [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

659
mag-túkad

to climb, as a mountain

爬山tukad₂ [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

660
mag-ulíʔ

go home

回家去maR-uliq [PPH]uliq₁

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

661
mag-ʔákut

transport goods in this manner

以這種管道運輸貨物hakut [PMP]SakuC

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

662
mag-ʔáni

harvest with the hands

用手收割maR-qani [PAN]qaniS

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

663
mag-ʔílag

avoid (something), be careful

避免(某事),小心qilag [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

664
mag-ʔíwik

to squeal

尖叫íwik [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

665
ma-hípus

quiet, calm, reserved

安靜,冷靜,矜持hipes [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

666
ma-lagíw

run, will run

快跑,快跑ma-laRiw [PAN]laRiw

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

667
ma-limús

to drown

淹死limes [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

668
ma-línaw

tranquil, still, quiet

安靜,安靜,安靜ma-linaw [PMP]linaw

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

669
ma-lubúg

hazy

朦朧的lebug [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

670
ma-lúmuy

slow; weak

緩慢的;虛弱的lumúy [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

671
ma-matáy

die

死亡ma-m-atay [PMP]aCay

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

672
mámaʔ

chewing of betel leaf, areca nut chew

檳榔葉嚼mamaq [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

673
ma-múbud

plant rice or corn by dropping the grains or seeds into separate dibble holes by hand

用手把穀粒或種子扔進可分食的洞裏種植水稻或玉米maŋ-bubud [PWMP]bubud

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

674
mamʔ-ín

betel leaf for chewing; areca nut chew (< #Tagalog?)

嚼檳榔葉;檳榔嚼(<#Tagalog?)mamaq [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

675
ma-nalíŋsiŋ

to branch out

分支saliŋsíŋ [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

676
ma-námug

dew-laden, dewy

露水,露水ñamuR [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

677
ma-nipís

thin

薄的ma-nipis [PMP]Nipis

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

678
ma-níwaŋ

thin, referring to people

瘦,指人ma-niwaŋ [PMP]Niwaŋ

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

679
maníʔ

peanut: Arachis hypogaea Linn.; known but not grown in Hanunóo country

花生:花生借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

680
manúk

a generic term for bird; specifically, in certain combinations, chicken

鳥的總稱;特別是在某些組合中,雞manuk [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

681
maŋa

more than one (a pluralizing indicator)

不止一個(多元化名額)maŋa₁ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

682
ma-ŋáʔun

to eat

ma-ŋaen [PMP]kaen

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

683
maŋgá

mango tree (Mangifera indica Linn.) and fruit

芒果樹和果實借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

684
maŋ-gatáʔ

make #gatáʔ

製造#gatʔgateq [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

685
maŋ-ʔúgas

wash hands, coconut shell vessels, etc.

洗手、椰子殼容器等。maŋ-huRas [PWMP]SuRas

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

686
ma-paʔít

bitter, referring to taste

苦,指味道ma-paqit [PMP]paqiC

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

687
ma-púlaw

awake; wake up

醒;醒pulaw [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

688
ma-pútaʔ

sticky, gluey

粘粘的puteq [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

689
ma-púyat

sleepy?

困嗎?ma-púyat [PPH]púyat

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

690
ma-rará

red

紅色ma-rara [PWMP]rara

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

691
m-ar-aty-ún

slaughter, killing on a large scale

屠殺,大規模屠殺m-atay [PMP]aCay

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

692
ma-sakít

hurt, pain, be painful

受傷,痛苦,痛苦ma-sakit [PMP]sakit

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

693
ma-sámuk

thorny, thick, dense, as of jungle underbrush; entanglement(s)

多刺的,厚的,密的,如叢林中的灌木叢;糾纏samek [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

694
ma-saplúd

acrid, tasting like unripe bananas

辛辣的,嘗起來像未成熟的香蕉sapeled [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

695
ma-sípag

diligent, industrious

勤奮,勤奮sipag [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

696
ma-siwáŋ

opened

開的ma-siwáŋ [PPH]siwaŋ

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

697
ma-súrut

closely packed, jammed together

擠在一起sendet [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

698
ma-súrut

closely packed, jammed together

擠在一起súrut [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

699
matá

eye; operculum of a snail

眼睛;蝸牛的蓋mata [PMP]maCa

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

700
ma-tabʔáŋ

fresh, referring to water; tasteless, flat, referring to taste

新鮮的,指水;無味的,扁平的,指味道taq(e)baŋ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

701
ma-tagbuʔ-án

be found, be encountered, as an animal or plant species

作為動物或植物被發現、被遇到tag(e)búq [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

702
mátay

death

死亡m-atay [PMP]aCay

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

703
mata ʔikán

a species of insect; the caterpillar form is very long and thin, and causes the skin to itch considerably on contact (from hair secretion)

mata nu hikan [PMP]maCa

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

704
ma-tikás

be entered, be opened, as by some natural force such as the wind

被風等自然力進入、打開ti(ŋ)kas [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

705
ma-t〈in〉upád-un

faithful, complying

忠誠,順從tupád [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

706
ma-tiʔis-ún

patient

病人tiqís [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

707
ma-túnaw

dissolve, melt

溶解,融化túnaw [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

708
ma-túrug

go to sleep; sleep

睡覺ma-tuduR [PMP]tuduR

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

709
maty-ún

killing

謀殺m-atay [PMP]aCay

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

710
may

and (only when indicating the existence of a numerable entity in excess of what has been enumerated previously)

mai [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

711
maysá

oneness, aloneness

合一,孤獨ma-isa [PMP]isa₁

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

712
ma-ʔabála

to be bothered, be molested

被打擾,被騷擾abála [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

713
ma-ʔága

to be punctual

守時ága [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

714
ma-ʔaslúm

sour, acid

酸的,酸的ma-qalesem [PWMP]qalesem

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

715
ma-ʔilá

wild, untamed

狂野的,未馴服的ma-ilah₁ [PWMP]ilah

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

716
ma-ʔila

wild, untamed

狂野的,未馴服的ma-ilah₂ [PWMP]ma-ilah

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

717
mináŋa

union of two near-by bodies, as of rivers; hence, fork of a river, fork or crotch of a tree limb

身體附近的兩個身體的結合,如河流;囙此,河流的岔口,樹枝的岔口或胯部minaŋa [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

718
mínsan

once, at one time

一次,一次minsan [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

719
mútaʔ

gummy secretion of the eyes

眼粘液muteq [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

720
mutyáʔ

bezoar stone amulet

牛黃石護身符借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

721
na-bwál

it fell down (as of a tree in a storm)

它(如暴風雨中的一棵樹)掉了下來buál [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

722
nága

Narra tree: Pterocarpus indica; the sap is used as a medicament for application to cold sores in the mouth

naRah [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

723
naka-taʔún

cocked

翹起的taqen [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

724
námug

dew (morning)

露水(早晨)ñamuR [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

725
namúk

mosquito

蚊子ñamuk [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

726
nánaʔ

pus

膿液nanaq [PMP]naNaq

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

727
na-pnúʔ

already filled up

已經裝滿了na-penuq [PPH]peNuq

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

728
nátuʔ

a large tree, Madhuca obovatifolia 〈Merr.〉; the bark is boiled and the resulting decoction drunk by those who pass bloody feces

ñatuq [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

729
ni

of, by 〈indicator of possession and agency of a non-actor voice verb〉

of,by〈表示非動作動詞的佔有和代理〉ni [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

730
nígu

a flat, circular winnowing tray made of twilled bamboo strips

niRu [PMP]Rinu

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

731
nipís

thinness, referring to

薄,指nipis [PMP]Nipis

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

732
nítuʔ

a climbing fern (Lygodium circinnatum Swartz); the twining, vinelike dark stems are used extensively in basketry overlay work

nituq [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

733
níwaŋ

thinness, referring to people

瘦,指人niwaŋ [PMP]Niwaŋ

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

734
-niyá

3sg. agent and possessor

3毫克。代理人和佔有人ni-a [PAN]-a₂

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

735
niyúg

coconut palm and fruit (Cocos nucifera Linn.); the roots are boiled and the resulting decoction is drunk for urinary disorders

niuR [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

736
niyúg-an

coconut grove

椰林niuR [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

737
nu

if; when, during, in (with forms denoting periods of time)

if;when,during,in(用表示時間段的形式)nu₁ [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

738
ŋáni

indeed (asserting validity, as in ‘This is alright, isn’t it? Yes, indeed!’)

確實(斷言有效性,比如“這沒關係,不是嗎?”?是的,真的!’)ŋani [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

739
ŋáŋa

open-mouthed

張嘴ŋaŋa₂ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

740
ŋáran

name

名稱ŋajan [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

741
ŋárus

palate

嗜好ŋajes [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

742
ŋípun

tooth, teeth

牙齒,牙齒ŋipen [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

743
ŋukŋúk

noise made by monkeys, often referred to in #ambáhan (chanted verse)

猴子發出的譟音,常在安巴漢(吟誦詩)中提及ŋukŋuk [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

744
pádaŋ

a short, small-leaved cogon grass (Imperata sp.)

一種短而小葉的小草padaŋ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

745
pága

shelf

架子paRa₁ [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

746
pagáw

hoarseness

聲音嘶啞paRaw [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

747
pagbú

one of the four principal rafters, frequently of bamboo, used in the Hanuno'o construction of a house roof

paR(e)bu [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

748
pag-buát-un

that which is being made, being done

正在做的,正在做的paR-buhat-en [PWMP]buhat₂

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

749
pag-buwát baláy

making a house

造房子buhat₂ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

750
pági

sting ray, devil ray, rayfish

刺鰩,魔鬼鰩,鰩魚paRih [PMP]paRiS

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

751
pag-i-ŋárn-an

to be named or called (something)

命名或稱呼(某物)i-ŋajan(-an [PWMP]ŋajan

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

752
pag-káʔun

food

食物kaen [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

753
pag-puyát-un

overcome by sleepiness

克服困倦púyat [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

754
pa-hulug-húlug

kind of monkey trap

一種猴子陷阱huluR [PMP]SuluR

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

755
pákaw

handle, as of a frying pan or other utensil

把手,如煎鍋或其他器具的把手pakaw [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

756
pakpák

wing

pakpak₁ [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

757
pákut

cord, string, used to sling a bush knife from the waist

繩索,細繩,用於從腰部吊起灌木刀pakut [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

758
pakyáw

something done by lot, en masse, in a large unit; specifically 1) contract labor, 2) wholesale purchase, as of rice, dry goods, etc.

借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

759
palákpak

flapping of wings

拍打翅膀p〈al〉akpak [PPH]pakpak₁

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

760
p〈al〉akpák

flapping of wings

拍打翅膀pakpak₁ [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

761
pa-líkus

circumference

圓周likes [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

762
paltík

swift, jerky blow

猛擊paletik [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

763
paltík

swift, jerky blow

猛擊pale(n)tik [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

764
pálu

mast, pole

桅杆、杆子借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

765
páluŋ

cock’s comb

雞冠páluŋ [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

766
pa-mána

inheritance

繼承mana₁ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

767
pa-mána

inheritance

繼承maña [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

768
pa-máŋlu

perfume; any object that is sweet-scented

香水;任何有香味的東西baŋ(e)lúh [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

769
pa-mipíʔ

wooden mallet or beater for pounding clothing

搗碎衣服的木槌或錘piqpiq [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

770
pampáŋ

bank of a river; edge of a field

河岸;田地的邊緣paŋpaŋ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

771
pa-mulúŋ

any prepared medicine

任何準備好的藥buluŋ₂ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

772
pánduŋ

a protective rain cover, a combination rain cape and umbrella, made commonly from a leaf sheaf of the of the fan palm

panduŋ [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

773
pa-nípul

whistling, a shrill musical sound produced by forcing the breath through the teeth or compressed lips

借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

774
pa-nuhúg-an

beads, literally 'that which is used for being strung'

珠子,字面意思是“用來串的”tuhuR [PMP]CuSuR

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

775
panús

stench of urine

尿臭味panuqus [PPH]panúqus

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

776
paŋák

barking of dogs

狗叫

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

777
paŋánay

oldest child

最大的孩子paŋánay [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

778
pa-ŋaŋah-ín

to get someone to open his mouth

讓某人開口ŋaŋa₂ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

779
pa-ŋátiʔ

decoy wild cock

誘餌野雞pa-ŋátiq [PPH]kátiq

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

780
pa-ŋáwit

a hook, i.e. an implement

鉤子,即工具pa-ŋawit [PWMP]kawit

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

781
pa-ŋáyab

fan, any fanning device

風扇,任何風扇裝置kayab [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

782
páŋdan

pandanus palm (Pandanus sp.)

棕櫚樹(pandanus palm)paŋedan [PMP]paŋudaN

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

783
pápag

a bamboo slat-tray or shelf, used for support of bone bundles in a family burial cave

竹板一種竹板託盤或架子,用來支撐家庭墓穴中的骨束papag [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

784
parásan

a tall, mature type of rattan

一種高大、成熟的藤條parásan [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

785
parásan

tall, mature type of rattan: Calamus maximus Blanco

高大、成熟的藤本植物:大菖蒲借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

786
páray

palay, or unhusked rice (Oryza sativa Linn.), especially that standing in the fields, still unharvested

pajay [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

787
paspás

dripping of rain from eaves

雨從屋簷滴下paspas₃ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

788
paspás-an

ditch formed by rain dripping from eaves; rain ditch

雨從屋簷滴下形成的溝;雨溝papas-an [PWMP]paspas₃

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

789
pa-táguʔ

hiding oneself

隱藏自己pa-taRuq [PMP]taRuq

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

790
patáni

lima beans (Phaseolus lunatus Linn.), the largest type of beans cultivated by the Hanunóo

patániq [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

791
pátay

dry, as of grass

乾燥的,如草p-atay [PMP]aCay

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

792
patí

even; a more common term is #haŋgán ‘even, even to, even including’)

偶數;一個更常見的術語是“偶數,偶數,甚至包括”patí [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

793
patík

tapping on the rim of metal dance gongs with #pamatík (set of bamboo tappers)

用“pamatík”敲擊金屬舞鑼的邊緣(一套竹制敲擊器)pa(n)tik [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

794
pa-túkad

going uphill

上坡tukad₂ [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

795
payapáy

fin of a fish

魚翅payapay [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

796
páyid

wiping off

擦去借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

797
paypáy

beckoning, always with a downward motion of the hand

招手,總是用手向下的動作paypáy [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

798
páyuŋ

umbrella (know to the Hanunoo only through contact with the lowlanders)

雨傘(只有通過與低地居民的接觸才知道)payuŋ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

799
paʔít

small white freshwater fish with a bitter taste; hence its name (〈 #paʔít 'bitterness')

有苦味的白色淡水小魚;囙此得名paqit₁ [PWMP]paqit

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

800
paʔít

bitterness

苦澀paqit₂ [PMP]paqiC

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

801
páʔun

bait

誘餌paen [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

802
pa-ʔúrag

adultery

通姦urag [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

803
pídut

pinch

pizet [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

804
pídut

pinch

pidut [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

805
pikít

closing the eyes

閉上眼睛pikit [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

806
pílak

silver; coinage, money

銀幣借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

807
piláy

lame

瘸的piNay [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

808
píliʔ

choosing, selection

選擇,選擇piliq [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

809
p〈in〉írit

twisted (as of the fibers in a rope)

扭曲的(如繩子中的纖維)pirit [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

810
pínsan

cousin

表妹pinsan [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

811
píntas

any extremely powerful and evil force in the supernatural realm; specifically, either of the two worst types of #labáŋ (evil forest spirits)

pintás [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

812
p〈in〉útul

club, cudgel; a hardwood baton carried by young men

棍棒putul [PMP]putun

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

813
piŋgán

dish, plate, usually of porcelain

盤子,盤子,通常是瓷制的借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

814
pipíʔ

pounding of clothing in laundering

洗衣服時的捶打piqpiq [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

815
pirá

how many?; some, several (objects)

有多少?;一些,幾個(對象)pijax [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

816
pírit

twist, twisting

扭曲,扭曲pirit [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

817
písus

a monetary unit equal to 80 centavos (rather than 100 centavos, which is the standard value of the peso in most other parts of the Philippines); one peso

借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

818
pitú

seven

pitu₁ [PAN]pitu

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

819
pitúgu

a tree: Cycas circinalis Linn.

一棵樹:蘇鐵。偶然性

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

820
púgad

nest, as of a bird

鳥巢pugad [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

821
púgad

nest, as of a bird

鳥巢借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

822
pugáʔ

squeeze, pressing, wringing

擠、壓、擰peReq [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

823
púguʔ

quail (probably the barred button quail, Turnix suscitator fasciata)

鵪鶉(可能是帶鎖的紐扣鵪鶉,Turnix suscitator fraciata)puRuq [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

824
púkan

chopping down, cutting, felling

砍,砍,砍púkan [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

825
pukí

buttocks; hindmost part of buttocks

臀部puki [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

826
púlaw

waking up, awakening

醒來,醒來pulaw [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

827
púnay

pigeon, wild dove, possibly Treron pompadora axillaris

鴿子,野鴿,可能是腋突鴿punay [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

828
punúʔ

full

滿的peNuq [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

829
puŋáw

sorrow, gloom, grief

悲傷,憂鬱,悲傷puŋaw [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

830
púŋsu

anthill, i.e. a termite hill

蟻丘,即白蟻丘puŋsu [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

831
purún

spool, ball, of anything that can be wound; classifier for same

卷軸,球,任何可以卷繞的東西;同樣的分級機pudun [PMP]puduN

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

832
pusít

spurt, spurting, as of blood

噴射,噴射,如血液pe(R)cit [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

833
púsud

umbilicus, navel

pusej [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

834
púsuʔ

heart

pusuq₁ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

835
púsuʔ maʔís

ear of corn

玉米穗pusuq₁ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

836
pusʔún

abdomen

腹部pus(e)qun [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

837
pútat

a species of tree (probably Barringtonia racemosa 〈Linn.〉)

一種喬木(可能為總狀巴靈通屬)putat [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

838
pútaʔ

stickiness, glutinousness

粘膩puteq [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

839
pútaʔ

stickiness, glutinousness

粘膩

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

840
pútul

a cut-off section, as of a stick

切斷部分,如棍子的切斷部分putul [PMP]putun

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

841
púyat

sleepiness

困倦púyat [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

842
púʔun

base of a plant stem; trunk; stump; an officiating elder at a panagdáhan ritual (not to be confused with a shaman

puqun [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

843
púʔun kayu

tree

puqun nu kahiw [PMP]puqun

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

844
rákrak

eating, as a dog laps up water, without stopping

吃,就像狗不停地舔水rakrak [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

845
ramít

skirt, usually of indigo-dyed homespun cotton; the typical lower garment worn by all Hanunóo women

裙子,通常用靛藍染色的純棉製成;所有哈努奧婦女都穿的典型的下裝damít [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

846
rará

red, redness, quality of being red

紅色,紅色,紅色的性質rara [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

847
rawán

grudge

怨恨rawan [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

848
ríkut

grass, weeds

草,雜草rikut [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

849
rímas

breadfruit: Artocarpus altilis

麵包果:■借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

850
rúnut

pulverization, smashing, crushing

粉碎、粉碎、粉碎rúnut [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

851
rúyuŋ

falling, as of bamboos when cut

落下的,如竹子被砍下時落下的ruyuŋ₁ [PWMP]ruyuŋ

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

852
sa atubáŋ-an

in front (of), in the presence (of)

在…面前atúbaŋ [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

853
sabláy

carrying something slung from the shoulder

背著從肩上垂下來的東西sab(e)láy [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

854
sábud

sowing, broadcasting, as of seeds

播種,播撒,如種子sabuD [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

855
sábuŋ

cockfight; a sport known but not practiced by the Hanunóo

鬥雞sabuŋ₁ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

856
sabút

pubic hair

陰毛sabut [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

857
sabʔá

an angular, short banana (Musa sapientum var. compressa 〈Blco.〉 Teodoro) or plantain; yellow-skinned when ripe, but usually picked green and boiled to make it palatable; one of the important staples of the central Hanunóo

sabeqa [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

858
sádɁaŋ

hanging, as on a peg, hook, etc.

懸掛的,如掛在釘子、鉤子等上的。sad(e)qaŋ [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

859
sága

small vine (Abrus precatorius Linn.) the seeds of which are vermillion with some black, and are used as eyes in carved figures, beads, etc.

saga [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

860
sagút

to answer

回答saRut [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

861
sagút

answer

回答sagút [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

862
saká

climbing up, going up, as into a house

向上爬,向上爬,如進房子saka [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

863
sakáŋ

astride, astraddle

跨步sakaŋ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

864
sakáy

riding on a horse or in a boat or land vehicle, etc.

騎馬、坐船或陸地車輛等。sakay₁ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

865
sakít

pain; illness

疼痛;疾病sakit [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

866
sakúb

covered or closed container or cage

有蓋或封閉的容器或籠子sa(ŋ)keb [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

867
salátan

southwest monsoon, southwest

西南季風,西南salatan [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

868
saláʔ

mistake, error

錯誤,錯誤maR-salaq [PWMP]salaq₁

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

869
sálin

transferring the contents from one container to another; translation; translating

將內容從一個容器轉移到另一個容器;翻譯;翻譯salin [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

870
salíŋsiŋ

branches, twigs

樹枝,樹枝saliŋsíŋ [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

871
sálud

receiving something, as water, from a bamboo tube in a receptacle held in the hands

從竹筒中接受某物,如水saluD [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

872
salúg

flooring, floor

地板,地板saleR [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

873
s〈al〉uksúk

overlaid work with #nito 〈fern〉 and/or #akós 〈loose coils of red-dyed rattan strips〉 on #buri-leaf baskets and bags

s〈al〉uksuk [PWMP]suksuk

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

874
salúkub

tubular bamboo quiver for arrows, especially if poison-tipped

箭用竹筒,尤指有毒藥的竹筒salúkub [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

875
salúm

diving, swimming under water; immersion

潛水、水下游泳salem [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

876
sáluŋ

pitch, resin, used for lighting

瀝青,樹脂,用於照明saleŋ [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

877
salúp

a measure of volume equal to one 25th of a #pásuŋ; one #ganta (3.17 quarts liquid)

體積的量測組織,等於1/25帕蘇;1甘塔(3.17夸脫液體)salúp [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

878
sáma

togetherness; among, with, together with

團結;在、與、與sama [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

879
sámpuk

fight, especially cock-fighting

打架,尤其是鬥雞sa(m)puk [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

880
sámuk

that which causes entanglement or impedes travel, as dense thickets

如茂密的灌木叢一樣,引起糾纏或阻礙旅行的東西samek [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

881
sandáy

resting of the head (on something)

頭枕(在某物上)sanday [PMP]saŋeday

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

882
sandáy-an

pillow

枕頭sanday [PMP]saŋeday

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

883
sandúk

ladle

鋼包sanduk [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

884
santúl

the ketjape or santol tree: Sandoricum koetjape 〈Burm. f.〉 Merr.

番茄醬或桑托爾樹:山楂。f、〉默爾。借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

885
saŋá

branch, limb; a two-pronged wooden stick, a special instrument used in setting up the warp threads for weaving on a backstrap loom

saŋa₁ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

886
sáŋlay

toasting

烤麵包saŋelaR [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

887
sápaɁ

river

sapaq₁ [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

888
sápad

small bunch, or hand, of bananas; classifier for same

一小束或一小手的香蕉;同樣的分級機sápad [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

889
saplúd

taste of unripe bananas; acridity of such unripe fruits

未熟香蕉的味道;這種未熟水果的辛辣sapeled [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

890
sapúpu

taking on one’s lap or carrying in one’s arms, as a child

抱膝,抱抱膝sapúpu [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

891
sáput

shroud, wrapping

裹屍布,包裝saput₁ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

892
sapút-un

be wrapped

被包裹saput₁ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

893
sárab

roasting

烘烤sajab [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

894
sárab

roasting

烘烤sárab [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

895
s〈ar〉aput-ʔan butʔul

bone bundle (wrapped bones of the dead)

骨束(包裹著死者的骨頭)saput₁ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

896
sari-sári

various types; diverse

種類繁多借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

897
sáwi

small bird with shiny black plumage; it imitates the calls of other birds and of some mammals

有發亮的黑色羽毛的小鳥;它模仿其他鳥類和一些哺乳動物的叫聲cawi [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

898
sáyaŋ

pity! an expression of vain regret; what a shame! what a pity!

可憐!徒勞的悔恨的表情;多麼可恥!真可惜!sayaŋ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

899
si

a form preposed to personal names; sometimes #si is used figuratively with terms other than personal names 〈as animals in tales〉

si₁ [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

900
sibáɁ

to gulp, swallow (especially with reference to animals)

吞咽吞咽(特別是指動物)sibáq [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

901
sibúkaw

a tree (Caesalpinia sappan Linn.); the wood shavings are mixed with water and slaked lime to make a much-used decorative red paint or dye

sibukaw [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

902
síduʔ

hiccup

打嗝siqedu [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

903
sígay

cowries, especially “money cowry” (Cypraea moneta Linn.)

考裏,尤其是“金錢考裏”(賽培亞莫奈塔林)sigay [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

904
síka

shout or yell used to drive cats away

用來趕走貓的叫聲sika [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

905
siksík

scales of fish, reptiles, or birds

魚、爬行動物或鳥類的鱗片siksik₂ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

906
síku

elbow

肘部sikux [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

907
símaʔ

barb, barbed prong, as of an arrow point

倒鉤,帶刺的尖頭,如箭頭símaq [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

908
s〈in〉abláy

slung from the shoulder

從肩膀垂下sab(e)láy [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

909
s〈in〉árab

roasted with the skins left on, as bananas

用剩下的皮烤,如香蕉sajab [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

910
siŋgít

ray of light

光線siŋgít [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

911
siŋír

collection of payment of debts

收回債務siŋir [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

912
siŋít

nock in an arrow

箭在弦上siŋ(e)qit [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

913
siŋkamás

a climbing herbaceous plant with edible, turnip-like, watery tubers (Pachyrrhizus erosus Linn.); now pantropic, this plant originated in tropical America

借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

914
siŋkamás

a climbing, herbaceous plant with edible, turnip-like, watery tubers: Pachyrrizus erosus Linn.; now pantropic, this plant originated in tropical America

借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

915
siŋr-á

collect (that payment)! (literally: ‘be collected!’)

收(那筆錢)!(字面意思是:“被收集!’)siŋir [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

916
síŋsiŋ

finger ring

指環借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

917
sípag

diligence, industry

勤奮,勤奮sipag [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

918
sípit

tongs, pincers

鉗子sipit [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

919
sipít-un

be grasped by or with pincers

用鉗子或鉗子抓住sipít-en [PPH]sipit

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

920
sípul

whistling

吹口哨借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

921
síraŋ

day, but not sun

白天,但不是太陽siraŋ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

922
síruk

spoon made from a section of coconut shell; made for children only

椰子殼製成的勺子;僅供兒童使用si(n)duk [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

923
síruŋ

a location with reference to something above it; hence the space under or below a house, or underneath or below something

siduŋ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

924
sisíw

chick

小雞siwsiw [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

925
sitsít

a sort of hissing “psst!” sound made to attract someone’s attention

有點嘶嘶“噓!“引起某人注意的聲音sitsit [PMP]sitsit₁

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

926
siwáŋ

open, spread apart, not closed

打開,分開,不關閉siwaŋ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

927
siyám

nine, the cardinal number

九,基數siám [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

928
siʔríp

glance, glancing

瞥一眼siq(e)rip [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

929
sudláy

comb

梳子偶然性

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

930
súguɁ

order, command

命令,命令suRuq₂ [PAN]suRuq

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

931
suguɁ-án

demand, order, command

要求、命令、命令suRuq-an [PWMP]suRuq

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

932
súka

vomiting

嘔吐suka₂ [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

933
suklúban

any telescopic basket; specifically a checker-woven telescopic rattan box used to hold betel and areca nut ingredients

suk(e)luban [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

934
suksúk

common house lizard (Hemidactylus frenatus, Dumeril and Bibron); also the sound made by this lizard

cekcek [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

935
suksúk

overlay work

覆蓋工作suksuk [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

936
súkub

facing down, pronation

面朝下,內旋

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

937
sukúl

measuring

量測sukul₃ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

938
súkut

collection of payment of debts, bills, rent, etc.

收取債務、帳單、租金等。sukut [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

939
súlaŋ

meeting (someone)

會見(某人)sulaŋ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

940
súlaŋ

mouth, oral cavity

口腔selaŋ₂ [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

941
súli

child born with legs first

先有腿的孩子suli₂ [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

942
sulít

replanting of a #kaingin 〈swidden〉 if the sprouts of the first planting are too few

如果第一次播種的芽太少,則重新種植sulit₂ [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

943
súlsul

crowding, pressing in, insisting

擠,擠,堅持sulsul₂ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

944
súluŋ

advancing, forward motion; pushing, shoving

前進,前進;推,推suruŋ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

945
súluŋ

putting on, wearing, with reference to clothing

穿,穿,與衣服有關suluŋ₂ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

946
súluʔ

torch

火炬suluq [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

947
s〈um〉aká

to go up, enter

向上,進入saka [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

948
s〈um〉aláʔ

to err, be wrong, make a mistake

犯錯,犯錯,犯錯誤s〈um〉alaq [PWMP]salaq₁

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

949
sumpáʔ

oath, swearing

發誓,發誓sumpaq [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

950
sumpít

sling for hurling stones, usually of stick, cord, and leaf construction

投擲石頭用的吊索,通常為棍子、繩索和樹葉結構sumpit [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

951
s〈um〉úka

to vomit, will vomit

嘔吐,威爾嘔吐suka₂ [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

952
s〈um〉umpáʔ

to swear

發誓sumpaq [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

953
s〈um〉unúd

to follow

跟隨sunúd [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

954
s〈um〉úrat

to write

寫作借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

955
sundáŋ

blunt-tipped bolo

鈍頭博洛借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

956
sundáŋ

blunt-tipped bolo

鈍頭博洛借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

957
sunúd

following

下列的sunúd [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

958
sunuy

smoke (?)

煙霧(?)?)sunuR [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

959
sunúy-un

smoke torch used for chasing bees away

用來趕走蜜蜂的煙火sunúg-en [PPH]sunuR

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

960
súŋaw

leaking, escaping, as of steam, gas, liquids, etc.

蒸汽、氣體、液體等的洩漏、逸出。seŋ(e)qaw [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

961
suŋaw-án

glans penis

龜頭seŋ(e)qaw [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

962
súŋay

horn, i.e. of an animal

角,即動物的角súŋay [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

963
suŋkuk

drooping head; hanging of one's head, being unable to speak or answer because of fear, shame, or similar emotions

su(ŋ)kuk [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

964
súŋu

the pointed anterior projection of the rostrum of shrimps and crayfish; also, sometimes, including bases of antennules, “nasal spike”

suŋu₁ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

965
súpaʔ

maternal premastication of food for a baby

母親為嬰兒準備食物sepaq [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

966
súput

young leaves of any plant, just after having sprouted

任何植物的幼葉,剛發芽sepet₁ [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

967
súrat

writing, especially on bamboo; a letter so written; a character, one “letter” of the Indic-derived syllabary used by the Hanunóo

借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

968
s〈ur〉úlʔ-an

light, lamp, lighting fixture

燈、燈、燈具suluq [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

969
súrut

tightness, congestion, a state of being closely packed

緊繃、擁擠、擁擠sendet [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

970
súsu

breasts, especially those of an adult woman

乳房,尤指成年婦女的乳房susu₁ [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

971
suwít

extraction of something from a hole or cavity, with a prying instrument

用撬具從洞或洞裏取出某物suqit [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

972
ta

we (inclusive); apheretic, literary form of #kitá

我們(包括在內);基塔的獨立文學形式-ta [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

973
tábas

cutting down, clearing underbrush and small trees as in preparing a #kaiŋin

砍伐、清理灌木叢和小樹,如準備開墾tabas [PWMP]tabas₁

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

974
tabáyag

lime container made from a gourd

用葫蘆做成的酸橙容器tabayaR [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

975
tábun

cover, covering, as of the heavy stitching over the closed portions of the seams in a man’s shirt

覆蓋物,覆蓋物,如男式襯衫縫合處的重縫合物tabun₂ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

976
tabʔáŋ

fresh water; tastelessness, flatness, referring to flavor or taste

淡水;無味、平坦,指味道或味道taq(e)baŋ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

977
tagábas

long-leaved variety of #kusúl (Kaempferia galanga Linn.); many medicinal and religious uses

taRabas [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

978
tagáʔ

fishhook

魚鉤借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

979
tágbuʔ

meeting (someone); encountering (something)

遇見(某人);遇見(某物)tag(e)búq [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

980
ta-gílid

tipped on one side, as trees partially blown over by the wind

一邊傾斜,因為樹木部分被風吹倒ta-gílij [PPH]gílij

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

981
tágin

a horizontal spring snare for catching pigs or deer

一種用來捉豬或鹿的水準彈簧網taRin [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

982
tagúk

sap, as of a tree

樹液,如樹的tagek [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

983
tágum

indigo plant (Indigofera tinctoria Linn.); the leaves are used for dyeing and for rubbing on neck swellings

taRum [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

984
táguʔ

hiding (as hiding something in a cave)

藏(如在山洞裏藏東西)taRuq [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

985
taguʔ-án

be hidden, be concealed, as an object

被隱藏,被隱藏,作為一個物體taRuq-an [PWMP]taRuq

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

986
tagyáŋ

rib

肋骨tageRaŋ [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

987
tahíʔ

sewing

縫紉tahiq [PMP]CaqiS

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

988
tahúp

winnowing

風選tahep [PMP]tapeS

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

989
tákaw

theft, stealing

偷竊,偷竊takaw₁ [PMP]Cakaw

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

990
takáw-un

be stolen

被偷takaw-en [PWMP]Cakaw

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

991
taklúb

cover, top, lid

蓋,頂,蓋tak(e)lub [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

992
takúd

something which may be fastened or tied onto something else

可以系在或綁在別的東西上的東西takéd [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

993
takúp

cover, lid, top

頂蓋takup₁ [PWMP]takup

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

994
talagá

right; really, truly

對;真的,真的talagá [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

995
t〈al〉akúp

door (sliding type)

門(滑動式)takup₁ [PWMP]takup

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

996
taliŋa-bátaŋ

a poisonous saprophytic tree fungus

一種有毒的腐生木耳taliŋa nu kahiw [PMP]Caliŋa

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

997
tálu

cheating, beatingm as in trade; surpassed

欺騙,欺騙如在貿易中;超過talu₂ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

998
talú-hun

be beaten in, or cheated at trade

在交易中被毆打或欺騙talu₂ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

999
táluk

sprout, shoot (to be transplanted); transplanting

芽,芽(待移栽);移栽taluk [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1000
táluk

sprout, shoot (to be transplanted); transplanting

芽,芽(待移栽);移栽taruk [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1001
tálun

jungle, forest; an extensive, continuous, forested area

叢林,森林;廣闊的、連續的、森林覆蓋的地區talun₁ [PMP]CaluN

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1002
tálun manúk

wild jungle fowl, wild chicken: Gallus gallus gallus(Linn.)

野生叢林禽,野生雞:五倍子(林)manuk [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1003
tálun manúk

wild jungle fowl, wild chicken: Gallus gallus gallus Linn.

野生叢林禽,野雞:五倍子。talun₂ [PPH]CaluN

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1004
talúŋ

eggplant (Solanum melongena Linn.); five varieties are know to the Hanunóo

茄子(茄借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1005
t〈al〉úŋkud

bridge of a stringed instrument such as a #gitgít (small, locally made violin having three strings of twisted human hair)

tukud [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1006
tálus

a taro with yellowing leaves

葉子發黃的芋頭tales [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1007
támaʔ

right, correct, true

對,對,對tamaq₁ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1008
támban

dark-colored fish about 15 cm. long

深色的魚大約15釐米。長的tamban [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1009
támbid

hanging, as of a bamboo container from the rafters of a house

懸掛的懸掛在房屋椽子上的竹制容器ta(m)bid [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1010
támbuŋ

dam, as in a stream

水壩,如在溪流中tambeŋ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1011
tampúl

plaster, poultice

石膏、膏藥tapel [PMP]Capel

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1012
tanán

all

全部的tanan [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1013
tanan-tanán

all (emphatic)

全部(強調)tanan [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1014
tandáʔ

remembering, memorizing (something)

記住,記住(某物)tandaq [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1015
tánud

guard, one who watches over something, as a field

看守,看守者看守某物的人,如田野tánud [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1016
tanúm

planting

種植tanem [PMP]CaNem

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1017
taŋág

biting or holding something in the mouth, as ants do

像螞蟻一樣咬住或叼著東西taŋaR [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1018
taŋág

biting or holding something in the mouth, as ants do

像螞蟻一樣咬住或叼著東西借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1019
taŋan-táŋan

a species of tree: Jatropha curcas Linn.; two types or varieties are known, one reddish, one white

taŋan-taŋan [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1020
táŋbuʔ

offshoot, sucker, referring to bamboo

分支,吸盤,指竹子taŋ(e)buq₂ [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1021
táŋdan

direct payment of beads to a seer for his services

為先見的服務直接支付珠子taŋ(e)dan [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1022
taŋkál

pig basket or cage

豬籠taŋkal [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1023
tapá

smoked fish

熏魚tapa₁ [PMP]Capa

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1024
tápal

plaster, poultice

石膏、膏藥tapal [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1025
tápay

finely pounded rice flour added to sugarcane juice to aid in making fermented wine

在甘蔗汁中加入碾碎的米粉以輔助釀制發酵酒tapay [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1026
tapáy-an

a large earthenware pot used in making sugarcane wine

用來釀甘蔗酒的大陶罐tapay-an [PWMP]tapay

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1027
tapús

finished, as a song, task or story

完成的,如歌曲、任務或故事tapus [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1028
tárip

skin, peel, rind, as of fruit

果皮,果皮,果皮tájip [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1029
táru

beeswax produced by the bee known as #putyúkan (a honeybee, Apis sp.)

被稱為“putyúkan”的蜜蜂生產的蜂蠟(蜜蜂,Apissp.)tadu [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1030
tarúd

scraping, rubbing

刮擦

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1031
tarúm

blade of a knife, bolo or other cutting instrument

刀、刀或其他切割工具的刀刃tazem [PMP]Cazem

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1032
táwad

discount; bargaining; pardon

折扣;討價還價;赦免tawaD [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1033
táwad

pardon

原諒táwad [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1034
táwu

man, person; human being, not man in the sense of male opposed to female

男人,男人;人,不是男人對女人的意義上的男人tau₁ [PMP]Cau

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1035
táwu dágat

sea supernaturals in human form

人形海洋超自然物tau₁ [PMP]Cau

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1036
táwu danúm

water spirit

水精靈tau₁ [PMP]Cau

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1037
táwu sa tálun

forest spirit(s)

森林精神tau₁ [PMP]Cau

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1038
tayáʔ

bet, wager, stake

打賭,打賭,賭注tayáq [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1039
taytáy

sitting or perching on a single crosspiece

坐在或坐在一個橫木上taytay [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1040
táʔu

knowledge of a fact; denying knowledge of a fact; in a verbal sense, not to know (something)

對事實的瞭解;否認對事實的瞭解;在口頭上,不知道(某事)taqu₂ [PMP]Caqu

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1041
táʔub

high tide

漲潮taeb [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1042
taʔún

cocking, as a gun or a trap

翹起,如槍或陷阱taqen [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1043
ti b-um-wát índa

the one who did this

做這件事的人buhat₂ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1044
tig-pirá

how much? (in asking a price)

多少錢?(在要價時)pijax [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1045
tikás

entering, opening with force (as of wind blowing in)

強行進入、打開(如風吹入)ti(ŋ)kas [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1046
tikís

intention; intentionally

故意tikís [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1047
tíkiʔ

a lizard larger than the common house lizard; geckos (esp. Gekko gecko Linn.), which are small and harmless; also, the sound made by them

tikiq [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1048
tíktik

drippings, as of filtered liquids, tree sap, etc.

滴落物,如過濾過的液體、樹液等。tiktik₁ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1049
timbáŋ

weight

重量timbaŋ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1050
timbáŋ-an

means of weighing something, scales

稱某物、秤的方法timbaŋ-an [PWMP]timbaŋ

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1051
tímid

chin’

timid [PMP]timij

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1052
tímla

common dog flea

普通狗跳蚤qatimela [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1053
tímpu

year

借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1054
tímug

south wind, south

南風,南風timuR [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1055
tindúg

standing, being erect

站立,直立ti(n)zeg [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1056
tínduk

the largest local variety of plaintain: Musa paradisiaca var. magna Blco.); arm-sized, and eaten only when cooked

tinduk [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1057
tiŋá

food particle stuck between the teeth

tiŋah [PMP]CiŋaS

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1058
tiŋgíl

clitoris

陰蒂tuŋgíl [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1059
tíŋi

listen

tiŋi [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1060
tipít

clamps, holders, as used to fasten house walls down

夾持器,用於固定房屋牆壁

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1061
típun

collecting, gathering (together)

收集,收集(一起)típun [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1062
tipún-un

be gathered

聚集típun [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1063
tírʔis

stinging secretion of a millipede, the most important part of which is prussic acid

千足蟲的刺狀分泌物,其中最重要的部分是普魯士酸tiq(e)ris [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1064
tiyán

belly; back (referring to a hunter’s bow)

腹部;背部(指獵人的弓)tian [PMP]tiaN

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1065
tíʔis

patience

耐心tiqís [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1066
túbli

a vine the sap of which is used as a fish stupefier; also the fish-stupefying substance itself; the pulverized roots of this plant are applied as a medicament to large skin ulcers: Derris elliptica

tub(e)liq [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1067
tubú

sugarcane

甘蔗tebuh₁ [PMP]tebuS

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1068
tubuk

awl

錐子tebek [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1069
túbuʔ

growth, growing

成長,成長tubuq, tumbuq [PMP]Cubuq

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1070
túhug

stringing of beads or similar objects

串珠或類似物體tuhuR [PMP]CuSuR

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1071
túkad

ascent, as of a ridge; uphill

上坡,如山脊;上坡tukad₂ [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1072
tukád

contrariwise; uphill

相反地;上坡tukad₂ [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1073
tuksúʔ

temptation

誘惑借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1074
túktuk

mincing, chopping into small pieces, as of meat

切碎,切成小塊,如肉tektek₁ [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1075
túkud

any of the six to eight supporting posts of wood, braced against the main floor beams of a house; support, prop

tukud [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1076
túlad

similarity, sameness

相似,相同tulad [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1077
tuláy

bridge, a general term

橋樑,通稱tuláy [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1078
túli

ear

耳朵tuli₁ [PMP]Culi

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1079
túlu

three, a cardinal number

三,基數telu [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1080
tulu-kán

three, used only in a children’s counting game

三個,只在兒童數數遊戲中使用telu-gan [PPH]telu

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1081
tulúln-an

throat

喉嚨telen-an [PWMP]telen

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1082
túlun

swallow, swallowing

吞下去,吞下去telen [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1083
túlus

continuance

延續tulus [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1084
túlus

continuance

延續terus [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1085
túma

itch mites or immature lice; tiny, almost invisible insects on clothes, fabrics, or the human body

癢蟎或未成熟的蝨子;衣服、織物或人體上微小的、幾乎看不見的昆蟲tumah [PMP]CumeS

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1086
t〈um〉aytáy

to sit down, perch (on something)

坐下,坐在(某物上)taytay [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1087
t〈um〉indúg

to stand up

站起來ti(n)zeg [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1088
tumpúk

pile, heap

堆,堆tumpuk [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1089
t-um-úbuʔ

grow

成長t〈um〉ubuq [PMP]Cubuq

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1090
t〈um〉úlun

to swallow, will swallow

吞下,將吞下telen [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1091
t〈um〉ulus-án

to continue

繼續terus [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1092
túnaw

melting, dissolving

túnaw [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1093
túntun

prop or aerial roots, as of the pandanus

根莖或氣生根,如pandanustuntún [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1094
tuntún

dangling, hanging through (and down)

晃來晃去tuntún [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1095
tunúg

sound

聲音teneR [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1096
tunúg

sound

聲音tunuR [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1097
tuŋáw

tiny reddish biting mites (Trombiculicae), most bothersome in regions such as the crotch, armpits, scrotum, under the belt; they transmit scrub typhus

tuŋaw₁ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1098
tuŋáʔ

half, middle, center (as indefinite concepts)

一半,中間,中間(作為不確定的概念)teŋaq [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1099
tuŋáʔ-un

be divided into halves; be halved

被分成兩半;被分成兩半teŋaq [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1100
túŋkud

any supporting object

任何支撐物tukud [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1101
tuŋkúl

concern; about, concerning

關心;關於tuŋkúl [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1102
tuŋkúl-an

duty, obligation, charge

責任、義務、收費tuŋkúl [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1103
tupád

compliance, faithfulness

順從、忠誠tupád [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1104
túpuŋ

measuring the same, having the same height or length

量測相同,具有相同的高度或長度tepeŋ₂ [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1105
túriʔ

circumcision; circumcised

包皮環切術turiq [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1106
túrug

sleep

睡覺tuduR [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1107
túruʔ

exuding, dripping (out), coming out, with reference to liquids; a drop of any liquid

滲出的,滴出的,流出的,與液體有關的;任何液體的一滴tuduq [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1108
túruʔ

pointing, direction

指向,方向tuzuq₁ [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1109
túruʔ

pointing; direction

指向tuzuq₂ [PMP]Cuzuq

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1110
tutúb

soft, clothlike covering for anything; a bandana-like head covering; a leaf cover for an earthenware pot filled with bananas for cooking, etc.

tutub [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1111
tútud

burning down, usually of brush, in order to clear a #kaiŋin (swidden); such a #kaiŋin after the trees and brush have been burned

tutuD [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1112
tuwád

state of being upside down, head forward, buttocks protruding backwards

倒立,頭向前,臀部向後突出的狀態tuad [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1113
túwaŋ

balancing on a fulcrum, rocking to and fro

在支點上保持平衡,來回搖晃tuaŋ₂ [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1114
túway

a species of clam (Venus sp.); clamshell used as a unit of liquid measure, i.e. a clamshellful

tuay [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1115
tuway-túway

patella, kneecap

髕骨,膝蓋骨tuay [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1116
túyuʔ

direction toward (some place)

朝向(某處)tuyuq [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1117
túʔug

a tree (probably Bischofia javanica Blm.); shavings from the bark are rubbed on fishing lines to become dark, smooth, and more durable

tuquR₂ [PMP]CuquR

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1118
-um-

active verb infix, generally intransitive, and often with a future meaning (e.g. #l-um-aŋúy 'to swim; will swim', #t-um-índas 'to kick; will kick')

〈um〉 [PMP]-um-

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1119
-un

marker of direct passive, and polite imperative

直接被動和禮貌命令的標記-en [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1120
wák

common crow (Corvus macrorhynchus); apheresis of the form #ʔuwák, q.v.

普通烏鴉(Corvus macrorhynchus);形態的單采。wáak [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1121
wákat

vine, a general term

藤蔓,通稱wakat [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1122
walú

eight

walu [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1123
waŋwáŋ

expansiveness, broadness, wideness, bigness, as of pools

寬闊,寬闊,寬闊,巨大,如游泳池waŋwáŋ [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1124
waŋwáŋ

ant sp.

螞蟻屬。噪聲

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1125
wásay

ax

斧頭wasay [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1126
wísik

shaking, sprinkling

搖晃、灑水wisik [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1127
wis-wísik

shaking of the hand to get rid of something attached or stuck to it

握手以擺脫附在手上或粘在手上的東西wisik [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1128
yáman

riches, with reference to money; a borrowed form and concept

關於錢的財富;借來的形式和概念借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1129
yátab

crescent-shaped hand knife for harvesting rice

月牙形割米刀yátab [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1130
ʔabá

an exclamation of surprise, admiration, wonder; the more commonly used form is #ʔabaʔabá

驚奇、欽佩、驚奇的驚歎;更常用的形式是“aba”abaabá [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1131
ʔabágat

southwest monsoon; or, indefinitely, any very strong wind; year

西南季風;或無限期地,任何非常強的風;年habaRat [PMP]SabaRat

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1132
ʔabaká

Manila hemp, abacá (Musa textilis Ne'e)

馬尼拉大麻,阿巴卡(■)abaká [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1133
ʔabála

molestation, bother

騷擾,麻煩abála [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1134
ʔabaŋʔábaŋ

a tree (Oroxylum indicum (Linn.) Vent.); the leaves are used as a plaster in treating boils and other swollen body parts

噪聲

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1135
ʔábat

leading by the hand

手牽著手abat₁ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1136
ʔabúluy

donation, gift, grant

捐贈、禮物、贈款abúluy [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1137
ʔábut

reach, reaching, as with the hand; arriving

到達,到達,如用手;到達qábut [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1138
ʔabuwát

tall, high, referring to people or objects; height

高的,高的,指人或物體;高abuat [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1139
ʔága

punctuality

準時ága [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1140
ʔágaw

grasping, grabbing at (something)

抓住,抓住(某物)qaRaw [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1141
ʔagáw-un

be grabbed at, be snatched

被抓住,被抓住qaRaw-en [PPH]qaRaw

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1142
ʔagdán

any single, inclined means of entering a typical Hanuno'o pile dwelling from the ground, especially a log or bamboo pole used in this manner. Note: Runged ladders, common elsewhere in the Philippines, are not used by the Hanuno'o

haRezan [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1143
ʔágiw

soot, such as that which collects on the rafters of a house

煤煙,如積聚在房屋椽子上的煤煙ágiw [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1144
ʔagútay

a species of plant

一種植物qaRutay [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1145
ʔagúʔu

a tree (Casuarina equisetifolia Linn.), pinelike in appearance

木麻黃aRuhu [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1146
ʔakú

I (pronoun)

I(代詞)aku [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1147
ʔákup

handful, as of rice grains

一把,如米粒aŋkup₁ [PMP]aŋkup

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1148
ʔákut

packing, carrying on one's back, of slung over one's back

背著背,背著背,背著背hakut [PMP]SakuC

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1149
ʔakut-ʔákut

wasp

黃蜂hakut hakut [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1150
ʔalád

fence

柵欄qalad [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1151
ʔalagád

waiting

等待alagád [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1152
ʔálak

wine, refering to bottled wine of various commercial brands; known from contact with lowland people; the term does not apply specifically to such native fermented beverages as #intús

借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1153
ʔaláŋ

doubt

懷疑alaŋ [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1154
ʔaláŋan

doubt, uncertainty

懷疑、不確定alaŋ-án [PPH]alaŋ

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1155
ʔalát

large rattan storage basket

大藤儲物籃qalat [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1156
ʔáldaw

tomorrow

明天qalejaw [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1157
ʔalíbun

a tree (Blumea balsamifera Linn.); the leaves are boiled to make a beverage believed to stop malarial attacks

qalibun [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1158
ʔali-búyug

bumblebee

大黃蜂buyug [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1159
ʔalipʔíp

scapula

肩胛骨qali-peqip [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1160
ʔaluhípan

centipede, a small common chilopod 5 to 6 cm. long

蜈蚣,一種普通的小型單葉類植物,長5到6釐米。長的qalu-hipan [PMP]qalu-Sipan

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1161
ʔalúm

a tree: Melanolepis multiglandulosa

一棵樹:多腺黑斑病álem [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1162
ʔamák

woven mat, especially one made of buri-palm leaves and used for sleeping purposes

編織墊子,尤指用白棕葉製成的用於睡覺的編織墊子amak [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1163
ʔáman

care, carefulness

小心,細心áman [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1164
ʔamá-ŋ

father (vocative)

父親(呼喚)amá-ŋ [PMP]amax

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1165
ʔámat

continuity, continuousness

連續性amat [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1166
ʔámaʔ

father (particularly in the nominative)

父親(特別是在提名中)ama-q [PMP]amax

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1167
ʔamíhan

northeast; northeast wind, which is usually very gentle

東北風qamihan [PMP]qamiS

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1168
ʔa-mtík

red stinging ant

紅刺蟻me(n)tik [PMP]me(n)tik (X + me(n)tik

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1169
ʔanabú

small tree (Abroma augusta L.); the leaves are used to rub on swollen parts of the body; the bast fibers of the inner bark are used extensively for making twisted bowstrings

anabu [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1170
ʔánad

accustomed to, skilled at, expert in

習慣於、熟練於、擅長於anad [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1171
ʔanaháw

palm sp.: Livistona robinsoniana Becc.; the bold was formerly much prized as a source of bow wood

qanahaw [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1172
ʔanák

child, offspring, i.e., son or daughter; with all such kinship whenever one wishes to be specific as to sex; e.g. #anák laláki 'son'; young, youthful, referring to persons

anak [PMP]aNak

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1173
ʔanaŋanáŋ

an exclamation expressing a threat or boast, somewhat in the sense of 'you'll see!'

表示威脅或吹噓的感歎詞,有點像“你會看到的!”anaŋ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1174
ʔánay

termite, white ant, whether found in wood or in large anthills

白蟻,白蟻,不論是在木頭中還是在大的蟻丘中發現aNay [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1175
ʔáni

harvesting rice with the bare hands, i.e. without the help of a bladed implement

徒手收割水稻,即不借助刀片工具qanih [PMP]qaniS

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1176
ʔanílaw

species of tree (family Tiliaceae)

樹種(椴樹科)qanilaw [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1177
ʔaniŋál

echo

回聲aniŋal [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1178
ʔa-niŋal

echo

回聲niŋal [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1179
ʔánit

molting of animals, as of reptiles, insects, etc.

蛻皮動物蛻皮,如爬行動物、昆蟲等。qanit [PMP]qaNiC

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1180
ʔantatarú

varicolored taro beetle which feeds on the petiole of taro plants

以芋頭葉柄為食的變色芋頭甲蟲qantatadu [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1181
ʔántaʔ

juice, as from citrus fruits

果汁,如來自柑橘類水果的果汁噪聲

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1182
ʔánud

drifting with the current of a stream or river

隨波逐流qañud [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1183
ʔanulíŋ

sp. of tree: Pisonia umbellifera Seem.

樹的sp.:傘形目圓柏似乎。añuliŋ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1184
ʔanúnaŋ

tree sp.

樹木屬。qaNuNaŋ [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1185
ʔánus

smoke, as from a cooking fire

煙,如火qanuqus [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1186
ʔanwáŋ

tamarau, timarau, a more or less straight-horned wild buffalo peculiar to the island of Mindoro: Bubalus mindorensis Heude

qanuaŋ [PMP]qaNuaŋ

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1187
ʔáŋay

fitting, fitted, suited, becoming

合身,合身,合身aŋáy [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1188
ʔapan

an edible plague grasshopper, green in color, which travels in huge swarms

一種可食用的鼠疫蚱蜢,綠色,成群結隊地傳播噪聲

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1189
ʔapát-an

trail or pathway used by animals

動物使用的路徑apat [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1190
ʔapdú

bile, gall bladder

膽汁,膽囊qapejux [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1191
ʔapdús

blister, especially one caused by friction

水泡,尤指由摩擦引起的水泡hapejes [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1192
ʔápu

owner, master, often used figuratively

主人,主人,常用作比喻ampu [PMP]apu

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1193
ʔápug

slaked lime, usually made by burning piles of clamlike shells; used principally in chewing betel, and for its reportedly medicinal properties

qapuR [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1194
ʔapug-án

general term for a lime container, whether of bamboo, shell, wood, a crab claw, or other material

石灰容器的通稱,不論是竹子、貝殼、木材、蟹爪或其他資料製成的qapuR-an [PWMP]qapuR

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1195
ʔapúy

fire

hapuy [PMP]Sapuy

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1196
ʔáruk

kiss, kissing, i.e., with the nose, sniffing lightly against the nose or cheek of another

接吻,接吻,即用鼻子輕輕地嗅另一個人的鼻子或臉頰hajek [PMP]Sajek

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1197
ʔaruk-án

kissing

接吻hajek-an [PPH]Sajek

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1198
ʔasáwa

spouse, i.e. husband or wife

配偶,即丈夫或妻子qasawa [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1199
ʔásaʔ

whetting, sharpening

磨刀,削尖hasaq [PMP]Sasaq

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1200
ʔasaʔ-án

whetstone

磨石hasaq-an [PMP]Sasaq

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1201
ʔasín

salt

qasiN [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1202
ʔasín asín

type of vine: Procris frutescens Blm?

葡萄樹類型:■?qasin qasin [PWMP]qasiN

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1203
ʔasín bilúg

hard, rocklike salt made by boiling down sea water leached through ashes

把經過灰燼過濾的海水煮沸製成的堅硬的岩石狀鹽qasiN [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1204
ʔasín síraʔ

granular salt, evaporated from sea water; a rarity among the Hanuno'o

從海水中蒸發出來的顆粒狀鹽;在哈努諾人中很少見qasiN [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1205
ʔaslúm

sourness, acidity

酸味、酸度qalesem [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1206
ʔátaŋ

one of the underlying cross-pieces used in constructing the flooring of a house; shorter flooring strips may be placed on the #átaŋ

ataŋ₃ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1207
ʔatáy

liver

肝臟qatay [PMP]qaCay

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1208
ʔáti

there, designating a place far from both speaker and person spoken to, especially if out of sight

在那裏,指遠離說話人和被說話人的地方,尤指在看不見的地方ati₂ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1209
ʔátip

lower end bar of a backstrap loom consisting of two wooden half rods which are bound together at the ends and onto which the woven cloth is wound as the work proceeds

qatip₁ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1210
ʔatís

the sweetsop (Anona squamosa Linn.), a tree that bears aromatice and very sweet fruits

甜楓樹(■),一種有香味和非常甜的果實的樹借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1211
ʔatís

the sweetsop (Annona squamosa Linn.), a tree that bears aromatic and very sweet fruits

番荔枝,一種結芳香和非常甜的果實的樹借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1212
ʔátis

the sweetsop, a tree that bears aromatic and very sweet fruits: Annona squamosa Linn.

甜菊,一種結芳香和非常甜的果實的樹:番荔枝。借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1213
ʔatubáŋ

front or presence

正面或在場atúbaŋ [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1214
ʔatúp

roofing thatch (there is no general term for 'roof' in Hanuno'o)

屋頂茅草(哈努諾沒有“屋頂”的通用術語)qatep [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1215
ʔáw

interrogative particle

疑問詞aw [PMP]Saw

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1216
ʔáway

fight, quarrel, argument, struggle

吵架,爭吵,爭論,鬥爭áway [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1217
ʔay

emphatic particle

強調粒子噪聲

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1218
ʔay

introductory or conjunctive particle

引語或連詞噪聲

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1219
ʔayág

sifting, as through a sieve

篩分,如通過篩子qayag [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1220
ʔayág-an

sieve, as of woven bamboo strips

篩子,如竹編的qayag [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1221
ʔaynu

a plant: Phragmites australis (Madulid 2001)

植物:蘆葦(Madulid 2001)qaReNu [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1222
ʔáyus

order, correct form, arrangement

順序,正確的形式,安排áyus [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1223
ʔayús-un

to be put in order

整理áyus [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1224
ʔibá

another, another one; other, different, but not in the sense of being distinct or separate

另一個,另一個;另一個,不同的,但不是不同的或分開的ibah [PMP]ibaS

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1225
ʔibá

bad! terrible! disagreeable, partly by being something other than that which is considered standard or acceptable

iba₂ [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1226
ʔibá

another, another one; other, different, but not in the sense of being distinct or separate

另一個,另一個;另一個,不同的,但不是不同的或分開的iba [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1227
ʔi-búhus

be poured out

倒出來buhus [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1228
ʔi-bulád

be placed in the sun to dry

放在陽光下曬乾belaj [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1229
ʔika-

prefix for ordinal numerals

序數首碼ika- [PMP]Sika-

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1230
ʔikug-ʔíkug

always going together, as of close friends

總是在一起,作為親密的朋友ikuR ikuR [PMP]ikuR

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1231
ʔilá

state of being wild, untamed, undomesticated, with reference to animals

野生的,未馴化的,未馴化的,與動物有關的狀態ilah [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1232
ʔilí

mountain peak or rocky promontory

山峰或岩石岬qilih [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1233
ʔiná-ŋ

M (voc.)

M(揮發性有機化合物)iná-ŋ [PMP]ina

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1234
ʔinaʔ-iná

thumb or great toe of man or of animals in general

一般人或動物的拇指或大腳趾ina ina [PWMP]ina

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1235
ʔinsán

cousin, friend (esp. in the vocative)

表兄,朋友(尤指在歌唱中)insan [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1236
ʔinsík

Chinese, language and-or people

漢語、語言和/或人借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1237
ʔinúm

to drink, drinking

喝酒,喝酒inum [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1238
ʔinum-ún

drinking water

飲用水inum-en [PWMP]inum

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1239
ʔi-pag-ligtás

to be set free

被釋放lig(e)tas [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1240
ʔipíl

tree sp.

樹木屬。qipil [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1241
ʔiráwu

python

蟒蛇idau [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1242
ʔirúŋ

nose

鼻子ijuŋ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1243
ʔi-sálin

be transferred from one container to another; be translated

從一個容器轉移到另一個容器;翻譯salin [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1244
ʔisdáʔ

fish

sidáq [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1245
ʔitlúg

egg

雞蛋qiteluR [PMP]qiCeluR

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1246
ʔúba

naked; specifically, stripped from the waist down

赤裸的;特別是從腰部以下脫光的úba [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1247
ʔúban

gray hair

白髮quban [PMP]qubaN

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1248
ʔubán

tumpline or shoulder strap used in carrying heavy packs

背負重物的背帶或肩帶heban [PMP]SebaN

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1249
ʔúbi

greater yam: Dioscorea alata Linn.

大山藥:薯蕷qubi [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1250
ʔúbud

palm cabbage, the edible terminal bulb of most palms

棕櫚捲心菜,大多數棕櫚的可食用的頂芽qubuj [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1251
ʔudám

borrowing; lending

借貸huzam [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1252
ʔudám

borrowing, lending

借貸hezam [PMP]Sezam

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1253
ʔudtú

mid-point of a vizualized celestial arch; more specifically, noon

天體拱門的中點;更確切地說,是中午ugtu [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1254
ʔudtuh-an

noontime

正午ugtu [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1255
ʔugáliʔ

custom; superstition

習俗;迷信ugaliq [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1256
ʔúgas

washing of hands, utensils, etc., but not of face, body or clothes

洗手、洗餐具等,但不是洗臉、洗身或洗衣服huRas [PMP]SuRas

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1257
ʔugát

strand, as of thread

線股uRat [PMP]huRaC

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1258
ʔugat-úgat

small surface veins

小表面紋理uRat uRat [PMP]huRaC

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1259
ʔúgis

a species of tree

一種樹quRis [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1260
ʔuháʔ

cry of a newborn baby

新生兒的哭聲uhaq [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1261
ʔúlay

general term for snake (loan)

snake的一般術語(貸款)hulaR [PMP]SulaR

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1262
ʔúlid

beside, at the side of, near; the state of being or lying side-by-side

在旁邊、旁邊、附近;並排躺著或並排躺著的狀態hulij [PMP]Sulij

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1263
ʔulíla

orphan, i.e. only if the father is dead and the mother still living

孤兒,也就是說,只有父親死了母親還活著ulila [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1264
ʔúliʔ

again, i.e., repetition; going home, returning (to a certain place)

再次,即重複;回家,返回(某個地方)uliq₁ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1265
ʔuliʔ-án

home, dwelling; room

住宅uliq-an [PWMP]uliq₁

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1266
ʔúlu

head, as of a person or animal

頭部,如人或動物的頭部qulu [PMP]quluh

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1267
ʔúlut

level, layer, floor, story, including the space or interval between such levels

層,層,地板,層,包括這些層之間的空間或間隔qelet [PMP]qeleC

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1268
ʔulu-ʔúlu

slung from a tumpline, i.e., a strap passing over the forward part of the head

從翻滾處垂下的,即穿過頭部前部的帶子qulu qulu [PAN]quluh

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1269
ʔumán

again; exchange, change

再次;交換,改變quman [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1270
ʔumán

again

再一次uman [PMP]umaN

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1271
ʔum-áwat

to help

幫助awat₁ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1272
ʔum-íhiʔ

urinate; always done in a squatting position by men as well as women

小便;男人和女人總是蹲著小便ihiq [PMP]iSiq

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1273
ʔum-inúm

to drink

um-inum [PMP]inum

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1274
ʔum-udam

borrow

h〈um〉uzam [PWMP]huzam

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1275
ʔum-ulíʔ

live, dwell (in a certain place)

住,住(某個地方)um-uliq [PMP]uliq₁

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1276
ʔum-umán

do again, repeat, redo

重複,重複,重做q〈um〉uman [PWMP]quman

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1277
ʔum-urán

rain, will rain

下雨,會下雨嗎q〈um〉uzan [PMP]quzaN

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1278
ʔum-úsig

run after (someone)

追(某人)um-usiR [PWMP]qusiR

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1279
ʔum-utút

to break wind

破風q〈um〉etut [PAN]qetut

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1280
ʔum-utút

break wind

颳風q〈um〉utut [PWMP]qutut

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1281
ʔúna

first, i.e. before something or someone else

首先,在某物或某人之前unah [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1282
ʔuna-ʔuná

going on ahead

繼續前進unah-unah [PPH]unah

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1283
ʔúni

general term for sounds produced vocally by any and all species of fauna, as of the chirping of birds

huni [PMP]Suni

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1284
ʔúnum

six

enem [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1285
ʔúnuʔ

necklace beads, in a general sense; specifically, small opaque glass seed beads, preferably red or white, much used for personal adornment of both sexes, small business transactions, payment of fines, shaman's fees, etc.

quNuq [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1286
ʔún-ʔan

first, i.e., before others

首先,即先於其他人unah-an [PPH]unah

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1287
ʔupá

rice husks, chaff

稻殼、穀殼qepah [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1288
ʔúpa

hen, egg-laying chicken

母雞、蛋雞qupa [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1289
ʔúpas

sheathing of banana, plantain and/or similar plants

香蕉、車前草和/或類似植物的鞘upas₂ [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1290
ʔúpat

four, a cardinal number

四,基數epat [PMP]Sepat

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1291
ʔupúŋ

harvesting rice with the aid of a knife or bolo

用刀或原子筆收割水稻qupuŋ [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1292
ʔurág-in

whore, prostitute

妓女,妓女urag [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1293
ʔurán

rain

quzan [PMP]quzaN

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1294
ʔuráŋ

a common type of shrimp; also a general term for various types of shrimp

一種常見的蝦;也是各種蝦的總稱qudaŋ [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1295
ʔúriŋ

charcoal

木炭qujiŋ [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1296
ʔurípun

servant, slave

僕人,奴隸qudipen [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1297
ʔusá

one (cardinal number)

一(基數)esa [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1298
ʔusá ka gátus

one hundred

一百Ratus [PMP]RaCus

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1299
ʔusa-ʔusá

only one, one only

只有一個,只有一個esa esa [PMP]esa

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1300
ʔúsig

running after, pursuit of, overtaking (someone)

追趕、追趕、超越(某人)qusiR [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1301
ʔusísa ~ usísaʔ

nvestigation, looking into a matter

調查,調查一件事借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1302
ʔusísa ~ usísaʔ

nvestigation, looking into a matter

調查,調查一件事借詞

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1303
ʔuták

large bush knife, machete, bolo; an implement owned by every Hanuno'o and used constantly for cutting, hacking, chopping, etc.

eták [PPH]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1304
ʔútaŋ

debt

債務qutaŋ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1305
ʔútin

penis

陰莖qutin [PMP]qutiN

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1306
ʔútuk

brain(s)

大腦hutek [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1307
ʔútuŋ

protuberance, nipple

乳頭隆起utuŋ [PWMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1308
ʔutút

flatus, wind

弗拉特斯,風qetut [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1309
ʔutút

flatus, wind, breaking wind

弗拉特斯,風,破風qutut [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1310
ʔuwák

the common crow, Corvus macrorhynchus

普通烏鴉uak₁ [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1311
ʔuwáw

thirst

口渴quhaw [PMP]quSaw

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1312
ʔuwáy

a rattan much used in construction lashing

在建築捆紮中常用的藤條quay [PAN]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1313
ʔúyaʔ

shame, modesty

羞恥、謙虛heyaq [PMP]Seyaq

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

1314
ʔúʔus

chewing of sugarcane to extract its juices

嚼甘蔗榨汁ququs [PMP]

Conklin 1953, Reid p.c.

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