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-a

objective/obligatory suffix

目標/強制性尾碼-a₂ [PMP]

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aba

ah -- exclamation of surprise

啊——驚呼abá [PWMP]

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abagat

southwest monsoon

西南季風habaRat [PMP]SabaRat

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abas

chicken pox

水痘hábas [PPH]

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a-baʔi

mother (used by her own children); queen, lady

母親(供自己的孩子使用);女王,夫人baqi [PAN]

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abet

strap

帶子ambet [PWMP]

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abin

carry on or near the stomach

在胃部或胃部附近進行qabin [PMP]

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abod

feed by casting grains, as to fowls

用拋撒穀物來喂家禽qabud [PWMP]

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abog

scatter, drive away

分散,趕走ábuR [PPH]

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abono

fertilizer; to fertilize, supply

施肥借詞

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abot

peel off skin

剝去皮膚偶然性

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adimat

amulet, talisman, charm

護身符,護身符,符咒借詞

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ado

threaten, as a piece in chess

威脅,象棋中的一個棋子adu [PWMP]

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agak

lead; gather, as hen gathers chicks; influence

引導;聚集,如同母雞聚集小雞;影響aRak [PMP]

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agak-agak

lead a person, follow in a contemplated action

帶領一個人,跟隨一個計畫中的行動aRak-aRak [PWMP]aRak

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agak-an

flock of fowls

一群鳥aRak [PMP]

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agak-aʔ

brood of fowls

一窩家禽aRak [PMP]

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agama

religion, social unit

宗教、社會組織借詞

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agani

harvest rice

收割水稻aRani [PWMP]

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agani

harvest rice

收割水稻q〈aR〉anih [PWMP]qanih

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agaw

vie; go toward; seek protection; snatch away

去;去;尋求保護;搶走qaRaw [PAN]

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ago

and, also

而且,還有agu [PMP]

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agoŋ

gong, beat the gong

鑼,敲鑼借詞

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agos

outlet of pond or lake

池塘或湖泊出口qaRus [PMP]

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aion

agree, accept, concede

同意,接受,讓步借詞

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akal

trick, fool, plan

詭計,傻瓜,計畫借詞

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akal

trick, fool, plan

詭計,傻瓜,計畫借詞

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akal-akal

trick a person without mercy

不留情面地捉弄人借詞

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akal-akal

trick a person without mercy

不留情面地捉弄人借詞

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akat

transport, move

運輸,移動aŋkat [PWMP]

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akes

boa, entangle by a boa; embrace, hug

波亞,被波亞纏住;擁抱,擁抱hag(e)kes [PPH]

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akes

entangle by boa constrictor; embrace, hug (Also #Bikol #hagkós 'belt', #Hanunóo #hákus 'to hug, embrace')

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ako

1sg. nominative pronoun: I

1毫克。主格代詞:Iaku [PAN]

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akop

scoop with both hands

雙手舀aŋkup₁ [PMP]aŋkup

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akot

carry, transport

搬運、運輸hakut [PMP]SakuC

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alad

fence

柵欄qalad [PAN]

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alaŋ

block the way, obstruct

攔路,堵住qalaŋ [PWMP]

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alaŋ-alaŋ

incomplete, suspended

不完整,暫停alaŋ-alaŋ₂ [PPH]alaŋ

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alep-alep

sink deeply, penetrate through and through

深沉,穿透,穿透

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alimekat

spirit, god of the water

聖靈,水神qali- [PAN]

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alob

roast, blacken by heating

烤,加熱變黑alub [PWMP]

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alog

gorge, canyon

峽谷qaluR₂ [PMP]qaluR

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a-lomot

algae, scum

藻類、浮渣lumut [PMP]

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a-lomot a ator

moss (#ator = ‘stone’)

苔蘚(#ator='石頭')lumut [PMP]

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aloŋ

shadow, see dimly

影子,隱約可見aluŋ [PMP]

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amal

spiritual desire, spiritual goal

精神欲望,精神目標借詞

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amaŋ

deaf or mute

聾啞人偶然性

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amaʔ

father

父親ama-q [PMP]amax

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amaʔ amaʔ

stepfather

繼父ama ama [PWMP]amax

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ambar

perfume

香水借詞

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ambit

whip, entangle

鞭子,纏住

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ambog

arrogant, proud, boastful, showy

傲慢,驕傲,自誇,炫耀hambúg [PPH]

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amian

north wind

北風qamihan [PMP]qamiS

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amian-an

north

qamihan-an [PPH]qamiS

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amin

formula used in ending prayer; so be it

結束祈禱時使用的公式amin [PAN]

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ampas

drop, fall down

放下,放下噪聲

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ampas-ampas

shake off all or most of the fruit of a tree to the ground

把一棵樹的全部或大部分果實抖倒在地噪聲

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ampaw

popped rice

爆米花ampaw [PMP]

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ampeŋ

cover, protect

掩護,保護

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ampil-ampil

side lightly with someone; sympathy for someone

輕視某人;同情某人hampil [PMP]

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ampil-aʔ

ally

盟友hampil [PMP]

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ampion, apion, apiom

opium

鴉片借詞

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ampir

shoreward, near, go side-by-side

靠岸,靠近,並排走hampir [PWMP]

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ampir-aʔ

wharf, landing platform, quay

碼頭、平臺、碼頭hampir [PWMP]

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-an

a third grammatical relation between the verb and the #so-phrase is indicated by the suffix #-an: #Tabas(an) o bebai so mamaʔ (cut #o-woman #so-man) 'The man is the one for whom the woman will cut it' or 'The woman will cut it for the man'. Here the action is performed on behalf of the one designated by the particle #so. The #so-phrase stands in an indirect relation to the verb. It may indirectly receive the action, be the location of the action, or be the associate or beneficiary of the action. The suffix #-an thus marks referential voice

-an [PAN]

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anad

to learn, familiarize (oneself with something)

學習,熟悉anad [PPH]

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anak

offspring, brood

後代anak [PMP]aNak

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anan

that

那個a-nan [PWMP]-nan

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a-nan

that

那個qa₁ [PAN]

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anay

ant; attack by white ants

螞蟻;白蟻攻擊aNay [PAN]

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andot

pull out

拔出

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aniaya

rob, steal, cheat

搶劫,偷竊,欺騙借詞

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aniboŋ

a palm, Oncosperma sp.; type of rattan

棕櫚,腫瘤動物qanibuŋ [PMP]

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anil

bluing, anil

發藍,阿尼爾借詞

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anilaw

a tiliaceous tree: Columbia serratifolia (Cav.)

一種椴樹:哥倫比亞鋸緣樹(Cav.)qanilaw [PMP]

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anit

skin (as of a carabao)

皮膚(如甲殼)qanit [PMP]qaNiC

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ano-anod

adrift; defenseless; adrift awhile

漂泊的;無防備的;暫時漂泊的qañud [PAN]

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anod

drift; driftwood

漂木qañud [PAN]

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ansed

offensive body odor

難聞的體味aŋ(e)cej [PWMP]

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ansed

offensive body odor

難聞的體味qaŋ(e)sej [PWMP]

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anseŋ

malodorous

惡臭的aŋ(e)ceŋ [PWMP]

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ansoaŋ

demon, witch

惡魔,巫婆借詞

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antai

who?

誰?噪聲

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antaŋ-an

framework (as of a house); base line

框架(如房屋);基線ataŋ₃ [PMP]

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antel

itch

atel [PMP]

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antel-antel

itchiness, craving or longing

發癢、渴望或渴望atel [PMP]

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antiŋ-antiŋ

charm, talisman, amulet

符咒,護身符,護身符借詞

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aŋab

openmouthed bewilderment

茫然qaŋab [PMP]

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aŋag

look up to imploringly

仰望懇求

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aŋan

to suspect

懷疑借詞

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aŋan-aŋan

suspicion, doubt

懷疑,懷疑借詞

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aŋaŋ

complain

抱怨qaŋqaŋ [PAN]

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aŋin

wind

haŋin [PMP]

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aŋin-aŋin

aim, purpose, preoccupation

目標,目的,專注haŋin-haŋin [PMP]haŋin

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aŋit

a wedge

楔子噪聲

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aŋod

young; youth

年輕的aŋ(e)hud [PWMP]

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aol

to weave

編織habél [PPH]

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aol-aʔ

loom for weaving

織布機habél [PPH]

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apaŋ

pancake

煎餅借詞

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apap

grope, touch, feel

摸,摸,摸haphap [PMP]SapSap

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apap-ʔapap

touch gently, rub lightly, fondle

輕輕觸摸,輕輕摩擦,撫摸haphap [PMP]SapSap

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apas

catch; miscarriage; go after

捕獲;流產;追趕噪聲

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apid

ancestor, descendant; underclothes

祖先、後裔;內衣apid₂ [PWMP]

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apid-apid

successive generations; something arranged by layers

世世代代;按層排列的東西apid₂ [PWMP]

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apog

lime

石灰qapuR [PAN]

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apon

perch, stay

珀奇,留下來hápun [PPH]

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apos

tired, exhausted

累了,累了qa(m)pus [PMP]

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apoy

fire; work rapidly like fire; stimulate one to fever pitch

火;像火一樣迅速地工作;使人發火hapuy [PMP]Sapuy

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apo-ʔ

ancestor; grandchild

祖孫apu-q [PPH]apu

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apoʔap

fumble, grope

摸索hapuhap [PMP]SapuSap

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apoʔ-apoʔ

ancestors; patriarch

祖先apu apu [PPH]apu

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aramay

hibiscus sp.: Pipturus arborescens

木槿屬植物adamay [PMP]

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arek

kiss

hajek [PMP]Sajek

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argaʔ

cost, price, value

成本、價格、價值借詞

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ari

younger person, younger relation

年輕人,年輕關係huaji [PMP]Suaji

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aroqan

mudfish: Ophiocephalus striatus Bloch; prepare or clean mudfish

泥鰍:紋蛇頭魚qaruqan [PWMP]

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aroqan-aq

scaling board

刻度板qaruqan [PWMP]

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aror

raft

木筏alud [PWMP]

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artaʔ

equipment, tools

設備、工具借詞

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asal

former; custom; customary

舊的;習慣的;習慣的借詞

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asal-asal

precedents dating very far back; very old status, of people or things

歷史悠久的先例;非常古老的地位,人或事物借詞

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asaŋ

gill

hasaŋ [PMP]

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asar

second prayer in afternoon; late afternoon

下午第二次祈禱;傍晚借詞

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asar

if, provided

如果,提供借詞

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asek

press (as in pressing down the contents of a sack)

按(如壓下袋子裏的東西)hasek₂ [PMP]

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asek-asek

press hard, confine strongly and in an overcrowded condition

用力按壓,用力限制,人滿為患hasek₂ [PMP]

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asem

sour

酸的qalesem [PWMP]

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asido

acid

酸的借詞

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asik

leap for joy or anger, agitated

因高興或憤怒而跳躍,激動借詞

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asin

salt

qasiN [PAN]

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asin-an

salt bed, salt factory

鹽層,鹽廠qasin-an [PWMP]qasiN

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aso

dog

asu₁ [PAN]

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ataŋ

block, counteract

阻擋,抵消ataŋ₁ [PWMP]

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atawa

or, else

或者,否則借詞

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atay

liver, seat of emotions, heart

肝臟,情感之座,心臟qatay [PMP]qaCay

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ataʔ

remnant composed of husks and unhusked rice

稻殼和稻穀的殘渣ataq [PWMP]

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atep

roof (made of #cogon grass = Imperata cylindrica)

屋頂(由可哥草製成)qatep [PMP]

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atiŋ

perspiration, sweat; perspire

出汗qatiŋ [PMP]

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atis

sugar apple: Anona squamosa Linn.

甜蘋果:南瓜借詞

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atis

Annona squamosa L. --- sugar apple

番荔枝借詞

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atobaŋ

face each other in court; equivalent

在法庭上面對面;同等的atúbaŋ [PPH]

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ator

order sequentially

順序借詞

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ator-an

pave with stones; governor, order, arrangement

用石頭鋪路;總督、命令、安排借詞

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ator-en

arrange, careful, fix up

安排,小心,修好借詞

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auē

interjection expressing astonishment or distress. Alas!; groan, make lamentation, cry

表示驚訝或悲傷的感歎詞。唉!;呻吟,哀歎,哭泣qaue [PCEMP]

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awan

clean graves

掃墓hawan [PWMP]

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awaŋ

boat

qabaŋ₁ [PAN]

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awi

spread, cover (e.g. for a table), cushion, bedspread

床單、床罩(如桌子)、墊子、床單awi [PWMP]

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awid

load, baggage; bring, carry

裝載,行李;攜帶噪聲

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ayag

sieve, pass through a sieve

篩子,穿過篩子qayag [PWMP]

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ayag-aʔ

sifter, sieve

篩子qayag [PWMP]

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ayak

sift

ayak₂ [PWMP]

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ayak-an

sieve; sift

ayak-an [PWMP]ayak₂

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ayam

animal

動物qayam₂ [PWMP]

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ayam-an

aquarium; breed livestock

水族館qayam₂ [PWMP]

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ayon

agree, accept, concede

同意,接受,讓步áyun [PPH]

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ayoŋ

to hang

吊死ayuŋ₂ [PMP]

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ay-ʔay

exclamation of disdain or disbelief

蔑視或不相信ai₂ [PAN]

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ba

interrogative marker

疑問標記ba₅ [PWMP]

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babad

multiply; descendant

繁衍babaD [PWMP]

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babak

frog; hammer

青蛙;錘子bakbak₂ [PAN]

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babak

frog

青蛙bakbak₃ [PPH]

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babal

dullard, blockhead; stupid

笨蛋balbal₂ [PWMP]

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babas

remove the top (as in unroofing a house)

移除頂部(如打開房屋的屋頂)basbas₃ [PWMP]

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babat

belly

腹部babat [PWMP]

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babat

belly

腹部借詞

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babaw

shallow

淺的babaw₂ [PWMP]

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babaʔ

lower, below, down

下,下,下babaq₁ [PMP]

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babaʔ

width, breadth

寬度,寬度babaq₂ [PWMP]

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babed

band, bandage, tie, belt

帶子,繃帶,領帶,腰帶

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babo-baboy

epilepsy

癲癇babuy₂ [PWMP]

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baboʔ

aunt, mother-in-law

阿姨,婆婆借詞

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badan

body

身體借詞

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badiʔ

bolo, machete, knife

波洛,彎刀,刀badiq [PMP]

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baga, oaga

ember, burning firewood, burn to red hotness

灰燼,燒木柴,燒成紅火baRah [PMP]

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bagai

peer, equal

對等借詞

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bagal

dullard

杜拉德bagal [PMP]

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bagani

vim, vigor, anger

活力,活力,憤怒baRani [PMP]

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bagani-a

strong, vigorous, powerful

強壯,有力,有力baRani [PMP]

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bagaŋ

molar tooth

磨牙bageqaŋ [PMP]

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bagay

peer, equal

對等bagay [PWMP]

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bagaʔ

lung

baRaq₁ [PAN]

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bagindaʔ

fortunate; title

幸運的;頭銜借詞

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bagiʔ-an

fate

命運借詞

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bago

renew, reinforce, revise

更新、加強、修訂baqeRu [PMP]baqeRuh

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bago

small tree: Hibiscus tiliaceus L.

小樹:芙蓉baRu [PMP]

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bago-bago

most recently, newest

最近,最新baqeRu [PMP]baqeRuh

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bagoʔ

enlarged spleen

脾臟腫大baguq [PWMP]

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bakat

waves, windy weather, gusty wind

波浪、大風、狂風bakat [PWMP]

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bakaw

mangrove, Rhizophora sp.

紅樹林,根瘤菌sp。bakehaw [PWMP]

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bakaw-an

mangrove swamp

紅樹林沼澤ka-bakaw-an [PPH]bakehaw

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bakokos

to wrap

包裝

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bakoŋ

Crinum asiaticum L., a plant with white flower, used to treat stomach ache

一種開白花的植物,用於治療胃痛bakuŋ₁ [PAN]

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balabag

hindrance, encumbrance

障礙bala(R)báR [PPH]

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balabag

hindrance, encumbrance

障礙balagbag [PWMP]

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baladaw

ancient and primitive machete

古樸的大砍刀baladaw [PWMP]

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balagen

rattan

藤條balaRen [PWMP]

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balagen

rattan

藤條噪聲

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balalatok

woodpecker

啄木鳥balalatuk [PMP]balalaCuk

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balanak

large mullet

大鯔魚balanak [PWMP]

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balaʔ

opponent; oppose

反對者balaq [PWMP]

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balaʔi

in-laws; marriage vows

姻親;結婚誓言balaqih [PPH]

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baleŋ

scar, pockmark, defect

疤痕、麻點、缺損baleŋ₁ [PWMP]

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bales

tighten; complete an operation

收緊;完成一項操作bales₂ [PMP]

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bali

price, worth

價格,價值借詞

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bali bali

use, relevance, importance, fit

用途、相關性、重要性、適合性借詞

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balik

repeat, return

重複,返回balik₂ [PMP]

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balikoʔ

zigzag, crooked

彎彎曲曲

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balintiʔ

banyan tree: Schefflera insularum Seem. Harms

榕樹:島沙棘似乎。危害balítiq [PPH]

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balintoad

somersault

空翻balin-tuaj [PWMP]

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baliŋ

tooth turned inward

牙齒向內轉動baliŋ₂ [PWMP]

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balisoŋ

long slender knife

細長刀借詞

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balitok

bend

彎曲

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baliw-an

instead of, substitute

代替baliw-an [PPH]baliw₂

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balo

widow(er)

寡婦balu₄ [PMP]

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balogo

orange used for blackening teeth

用於使牙齒變黑的橙色baluRu [PWMP]

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balonoʔ

tree with fruit like a mango: Mangifera jack

像芒果一樣結果實的樹:芒果傑克balunuq [PWMP]

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baloto

small boat

小船balútu [PPH]

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baloy

make into, convert, mutate, enchantment by evil spirit

被邪惡的靈魂變成、轉化、變異、附魔baliw₂ [PMP]

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baloʔ

sound the death toll, beat gong for dead

敲響喪鐘,敲鑼打鼓baluq [PMP]

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banaba

medicinal tree

藥用樹banabá [PPH]

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banag

dawning, as the light is breaking for dawn

黎明,因為黎明的曙光banaqaR [PMP]

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baneg

welt

貼邊banéR [PPH]

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baniagaʔ

person of low social rank, servant, slave

社會地位低的人、僕人、奴隸借詞

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banog

vulture

禿鷲banúR [PPH]

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banoit

fishhook, hook

魚鉤,魚鉤banuít [PPH]

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bantad

Sorghum vulgare pers. -- barley-like plant

高粱batad [PMP]

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bantal

bundle

bantal [PWMP]

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bantas

longevity, durability

壽命、耐久性bantas [PWMP]

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bantaʔ-an

story, tale, gossip

故事,故事,流言蜚語bantaq [PWMP]

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bantog

praise, flatter

讚美,奉承bantug [PPH]

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bantog-aʔ

famous, renowned, famed

有名,有名,有名bantug [PPH]

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bantog-en

legendary hero in Maranao epic poem of the Darangen

達蘭根史詩中的傳奇英雄bantug [PPH]

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baŋa

palm tree

棕櫚樹baŋa₁ [PWMP]

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baŋbaŋ

bruise

挫傷baŋbaŋ₈ [PWMP]

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baŋga

collide; compete; contest

碰撞;競爭借詞

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baŋgela

manioc, cassava

木薯借詞

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baŋiʔ

to bite

baŋiq [PWMP]

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baŋkat

to pack, to tie; band

捆紮kabat₁ [PWMP]

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baŋkaw

spear or lance

矛或長矛baŋkaw [PWMP]

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baŋon

rise, get up; build

起來,起來;建立baŋun₂ [PMP]baŋuN

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baŋon-an

community, town, village

社區、鎮、村baŋun-an [PWMP]baŋuN

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baŋon sa walay

married person; put up one house; family

已婚人士;建一所房子;家庭baŋun₂ [PMP]baŋuN

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bápaʔ

uncle, father-in-law

叔叔,岳父借詞

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bara-baraʔ

to court disaster

向災難宣判baraq [PMP]

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baraŋay

boat

baraŋay [PWMP]

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baras

sorrow, retribution

悲傷,報應baras [PWMP]

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barira

paddle for weaving

編織用槳balija [PMP]baRija

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basag

to crack, break

破裂basag [PPH]

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basak

rice paddy; swamp or marsh

稻田;沼澤bacak [PWMP]

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basak-an

land suitable for wet rice (flooded or wet)

適合種植水稻的土地(水淹或潮濕)bacak [PWMP]

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basal

to beat a gong; knock someone on the head

敲鑼basal [PPH]

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basaʔ

wet

潮濕的baseq [PMP]

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basaʔ-an

bathing suit, swim trunks

泳衣、泳褲baseq-an [PWMP]baseq

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basbas

smash, beat, whip

打,打,鞭打basbas₁ [PAN]

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basok

farm or till the soil

耕種或耕種土壤bacuk [PWMP]

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basoŋ

bin to store grain

儲糧箱basuŋ [PWMP]

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baston

club, cane, stick

棍棒借詞

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bataŋ-an

place to perch; base for plow

棲息的地方;犁的底座bataŋ-an [PWMP]bataŋ₁

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bataʔ

child, baby

孩子,寶貝bataq [PWMP]

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batiʔ

brother-in-law (man speaking)

姐夫(男)噪聲

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bato-an

tough to cook; sterile

難烹調的;無菌的batu-an [PWMP]batux

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bato-baraniʔ

magnet

磁鐵借詞

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bato-bato

hump

駝峰batu-batu [PMP]batux

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batok

cough

咳嗽batuk₁ [PMP]

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baton-aʔ

drydock, boathouse

船塢bantun [PMP]

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baw

odor, scent, smell

氣味,氣味,氣味bahu [PMP]

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bawa

carry, as on the back

背著,就像背著一樣baba₁ [PMP]

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bawg-an

trigger of trap

陷阱觸發bauR [PMP]

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bayad

pay; payment; debt

支付;付款;債務bayaD [PMP]

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baʔag

garment, apparel

服裝,服裝bahaR [PMP]

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baʔan

sneeze

打噴嚏bahén [PPH]

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báʔi

lady, queen, respectful term for woman

女士,女王,尊敬的女人bahi [PMP]

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baʔog-aʔ

spring of animal trap

動物陷阱之泉baquR [PMP]

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bebad

unroll, unfurl, uncoil

展開,展開,展開bajbaj [PWMP]

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be-bay

female: woman, girl; sister

女:女,女;妹ba-bahi [PAN]bahi

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bedak

powder, face powder

粉,麵粉借詞

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begas

cooked rice, starch

米飯、澱粉beRas [PMP]

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begaw

ungainly in appearance; disease due to a curse

外表醜陋的;詛咒引起的疾病beRaw [PWMP]

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begay

give; gift; contribute or contribution

給予;禮物;貢獻或貢獻beRay [PMP]

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bego

new; renew, increase energy or speed

新的;更新,新增能量或速度baqeRu [PMP]baqeRuh

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bekad

open up, break open

打開,打開bekaj [PWMP]

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bekar

open, as in opening a fist

打開,如打開拳頭bekaj [PWMP]

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bekas

introduction, preface; begin activity

引言;開始活動belekas [PWMP]

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bekas

introduction, preface; begin activity

引言;開始活動

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bekaʔ

widen an opening

擴大開口bekaq [PMP]

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bekaʔ-bekaʔ

part widely, open and close and repeat this for some time

分開,打開,關閉,重複一段時間bekaq [PMP]

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beke-bekes

bind well and strongly; band-like

牢固地捆綁

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bekeg

bone

bekeR₁ [PWMP]bekeR

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bekes

tie in a bundle; bundle (as of firewood)

捆成一捆;捆(如木柴)beRkes [PMP]

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bekog

crooked (as a tree)

彎曲的(如樹)bekug [PMP]

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bekokoŋ

backbone, back

脊骨,背部beŋkuŋ [PMP]

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bekoŋ

bent, as a person due to age or physique

由於年齡或體格而彎曲的beŋkuŋ [PMP]

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bel

smoke

qebel [PAN]

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bela-belay

muscular pains, numbness

肌肉疼痛、麻木belay [PPH]

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belaŋ

width

寬度偶然性

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belas

bereave

喪失親人噪聲

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belay

fatigue

疲勞belay [PPH]

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beléŋkét

adhering to one another, esp. of the eyelids

粘在一起,尤指眼瞼

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bemben

herb for making baskets: Donax cannaeformis Forst.

編籃子的藥草:美人蕉。benben₂ [PWMP]

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bembeŋ

fill up; replete; overcrowd

裝滿beŋbeŋ₃ [PMP]

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bened

numb, numbness

麻木,麻木ban(e)héd [PPH]

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bensek

fill up, replete, overcrowd

加滿,裝滿,人滿為患besek [PMP]

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bensiʔ

burst (as a balloon), cracked (as a pot)

爆裂(如氣球),破裂(如鍋)besiq [PMP]

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bentoŋ

bamboo sp.: Gigantochloa Levis Blco. Merr.

竹屬植物:■betuŋ₁ [PAN]

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beŋ

rattle, dazzled

嘎嘎作響,令人眼花繚亂beŋ [PWMP]

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beŋaŋ

disconcert, dazzle

驚慌失措,眼花繚亂beŋaŋ₁ [PMP]

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beŋaŋ

disconcert, dazzle

驚慌失措,眼花繚亂beŋaŋ₂ [PMP]

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beŋaʔ

open, as the mouth; part

張開的,如嘴;部分beŋaq [PMP]

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beŋe-beŋel

beat until deaf; partially deaf

打聾beŋel [PMP]

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beŋel

deaf

聾的beŋel [PMP]

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beŋet

penile or vaginal hair

陰莖或陰道毛beŋet₂ [PPH]

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beŋis

irritable, quarrelsome

易怒,愛吵架beŋis₁ [PMP]

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beŋit

owl

貓頭鷹beŋit [PMP]

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beŋit

quarrelsome, irritable

吵架,易怒

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beŋkag

break up, crack, split (as a bomb when it explodes)

破裂,破裂,分裂(當它爆炸時是一個炸彈)be(ŋ)kaR [PMP]

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beŋkar

unwrap, open, untie (as a bag or basket)

拆開、打開、解開(如袋子或籃子)bekaj [PWMP]

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beŋkas

untie, undo, break an agreement

解開、撤銷、破壞協定beŋkas [PMP]beŋkas₄

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beŋkoʔ

curve, arc, bend

曲線、圓弧、彎曲beŋkuq [PMP]

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berit

torn, tear

撕裂,撕裂berit₂ [PWMP]

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beriʔ

torn, as a garment; tear

撕破的,如衣服;撕破beriq [PAN]

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besagan

vine used for tying fish trap

用來系魚籠的藤蔓植物噪聲

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besagan a kambiŋ

cypress

柏樹噪聲

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besar

big, large, great, huge

大,大,好,大借詞

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besiʔ

part the lips of the vulva; widen a hole or passage

分開外陰的嘴唇;擴大一個洞或通道besiq [PMP]

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besiʔ-besiʔ

open widely

廣泛開放besiq [PMP]

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bete-betek

spar-like thing; poke at target point correctly and well

像杆子一樣的東西;準確地戳向目標點beRtek [PMP]

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betek

spur of a cock; hit with a sharp point, hit with spur

公雞的刺beRtek [PMP]

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betek

spur of cock; hit with sharp point; hit with spur

雞腿betek₁ [PMP]

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betiŋ

bell, ring a bell

鈴,鈴

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betiʔ

vagina

陰道betiq₂ [PMP]

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beto

callus, bunion

老繭,兔子betu₃ [PMP]beCu

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beto

burst, explosion, sound of a gun or gunshot

爆炸、爆炸、槍聲或槍聲betu₂ [PMP]

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beto-betor

bloat fully, have a big belly

飽腹be(n)tur [PMP]

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betol

true, truth

真的,真的借詞

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betor

bulge, bloat

膨脹be(n)tur [PMP]

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biag

abduct, kidnap

綁架,綁架bihaR [PWMP]

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bibi

duck

鴨子借詞

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bi-biag

alive

活著的bihaR [PWMP]

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bibi-bibit

carry with the hand

用手拿bitbit₂ [PMP]bitbit

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bi-biŋkaʔ

rice cake wrapped in banana leaf and baked

香蕉葉包年糕借詞

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bibir

seam, rim, border

接縫、邊緣、邊框birbir₁ [PMP]

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bibit

carry in hand

隨身攜帶bitbit₂ [PMP]bitbit

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bibit-an

part of the loom to which the threads are tied

織機的一部分bitbit₂ [PMP]bitbit

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bibit-aʔ

handle, handgrip of bags or baskets

把手,袋子或籃子的把手bitbit₂ [PMP]bitbit

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bidak

pawn in chess

棋子當鋪借詞

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346
bidaria

houri; angel; female in Moslem belief

胡裏;天使;穆斯林信仰中的女性借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

347
biday

boat

借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

348
bidaʔ

differentiate; different

區分借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

349
bigaʔ

semen, sperm, egg

精液,精子,卵子biRaq₂ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

350
bigis

drip, ooze

滴水,滲出

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

351
bikit

tie up, bind

捆綁,捆綁biŋkit [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

352
bilalaŋ

grasshopper

蚱蜢bilalaŋ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

353
bilam-bilaŋ

account for; well-behaved

說明;表現良好bilaŋ₁ [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

354
bilaŋ

count, include, number

計數,包括,數位bilaŋ₁ [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

355
bilaŋ-an

calendar

行事曆bilaŋ-an [PWMP]bilaŋ₁

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

356
bilaʔ

brittleness, crispness

脆,脆bilaq₁ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

357
bileg

cross-eyed

斜眼bileR [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

358
bili-bili

sheep

借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

359
bilik

closet, secret room

壁櫥,密室bilik [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

360
bilok

sail oblique to direction of wind

斜向航行biluk [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

361
b〈in〉abay

effeminate

柔弱的b〈in〉a-bahi [PPH]bahi

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

362
bina-binataŋ

beastly

卑鄙的借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

363
binasa

destroy, damage, break

破壞,破壞,破壞借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

364
binataŋ

beast animal

野獸借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

365
binta

small sailboat

小帆船借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

366
binteŋ

stretch

伸展

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

367
bintiʔ

kick, game -- attempt to bend stiff leg

踢,遊戲--嘗試彎曲僵硬的腿bintiq [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

368
biŋat

open up, part

打開,部分biŋát [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

369
biŋit

moody, irritable

喜怒無常,易怒biŋiC [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

370
biŋkay

rim; hit the rim

擊中邊緣biŋkay [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

371
biŋkis

tie together, bind together

綁在一起,綁在一起biŋkis [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

372
biŋoʔ

to curve, as a ripening rice stalk

彎曲,如成熟的稻稈噪聲

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

373
biobog

porridge

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

374
birahiʔ

love, unprincipled, deviate

愛,無原則,背離借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

375
biraiʔ

attract, distract

吸引,分散注意力借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

376
biraŋ

stretch, unroll, spread

伸展、展開、展開bidaŋ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

377
biriŋ

push to side

推到一邊bidiŋ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

378
biriŋ

push to side

推到一邊biriŋ₁ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

379
biro

blue

藍色借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

380
bisa

poison, venom

毒藥,毒液借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

381
biso

deaf

聾的借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

382
biso-biso

stone-deaf

耳聾借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

383
bisok

poke, inject; injection

戳,注射

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

384
bitay

manhandle, hang

曼漢德爾,吊死bítay [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

385
bitay-aʔ

gallows, torture chamber

絞刑架,刑庭bítay [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

386
bitaʔog

wild fruit tree with edible fruit

野果樹bitaquR [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

387
bitbit

carry by hand, as a basket or bag with hand grip

用手拿,如帶把手的籃子或袋子bitbit₂ [PMP]bitbit

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

388
bitiara

speak, talk; marriage feast

說,說;婚宴借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

389
bitin

hang (as a person for a crime), suspend

絞刑bítin [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

390
bitin-aʔ

gallows, apparatus for hanging person to kill

絞刑架,絞死人的裝置bítin [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

391
bito

gorge

峽谷bítu [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

392
bito-bito

deep, as in a gorge; canyon on the land or in the sea

深的,如峽谷中的;陸上或海上的峽谷bítu [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

393
bitoʔon

star

藝員bituqen [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

394
biʔaŋ

crooked, not aligned (as lines on a racetrack)

彎曲的,不對齊的(如跑道上的線)biqaŋ₂ [PWMP]biqaŋ₁

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

395
boak

flow, ooze, well up, spurt

流動,滲出,湧出,噴出buak [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

396
boak-an

spring

春天buak-an [PWMP]buak

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

397
boal

bubble

氣泡bual₂ [PMP]bual

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

398
boal-an

spring water

泉水bual₂ [PMP]bual

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

399
boanaw

wash

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

400
boanaw-an

basin for washing hands

洗手盆

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

401
boat

be like, be similar, resemble (as a child resembles its father)

像,像,像buat₂ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

402
boat

rise, get up, get out of (as in rising from water)

起來,起來,離開(如從水裏升起)buhat₃ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

403
boaya

crocodile

鱷魚buqaya [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

404
boayaʔ-an

lair of crocodiles; crocodile infested

鱷魚的巢穴buqaya [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

405
boaʔ

endosperm of germinating coconut; prolapsed uterus

初生椰子胚乳;子宮脫垂buaq [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

406
bobod

pour, scatter

倒,散bujbuj [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

407
bobod

pour, scatter

倒,散bubud [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

408
bobog

porridge

buRbuR₁ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

409
bobog

volvox, colony of worms

沃沃克斯蟲群buRbuR₂ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

410
bobok

face powder; weevil

除蟲粉bukbuk₃ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

411
boboŋ

hill

小山bubuŋ₁ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

412
boboŋ-an

hilly, upland

丘陵、高地bubuŋ-an [PMP]bubuŋ₁

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

413
bobos

pour out, spawn

傾瀉,產卵busbus [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

414
bobos-aʔ

fish net; spawning place

魚網;產卵地busbus [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

415
bobot

take out from, extract

從中選取butbut₂ [PMP]buCbuC

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

416
boboʔ

to plant; sow, scatter

播種buqbuq [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

417
boda

dullard

杜拉德借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

418
bodhiʔ

jealousy; jealous

嫉妒借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

419
bodiga

storehouse, warehouse, garage

倉庫,倉庫,車庫借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

420
bodiok

cajole, induce

哄騙,引誘借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

421
bodiʔ

egg of fish

魚卵bujiq [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

422
bodiʔ-an

fish heavy with eggs, spawning fish

魚卵重,產卵魚bujiq [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

423
bodo

to fuss, mumble

大驚小怪借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

424
bodok

skin on the head which is scaly, head lesion

頭部有鱗的皮膚,頭部損傷buduk [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

425
bodok

skin on the head which is scaly, skin lesion

頭部有鱗的皮膚,皮膚損傷借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

426
bodok

skin on the head which is scaly, skin lesion

頭部有鱗的皮膚,皮膚損傷噪聲

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

427
bogar

break up, destroy, abort (intentionally)

拆散、銷毀、中止(故意)bugar [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

428
bogaw

drive away a person or animal

驅趕某人或動物buRaw [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

429
bogis

ringworm, eczema

癬、濕疹bugis [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

430
bois

tax, tribute; pay tribute

賦稅buhis [PWMP]buhís

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

431
bois-an

ruler, a person to whom tribute is given, tax gatherer or collector

統治者,接受貢品的人,收稅人buhis-an [PPH]buhís

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

432
boka

feast at the end of the fast of Ramadan, feast at the end of Arirayaʔ

齋月齋戒結束的時候宴請,阿裏亞亞齋戒結束的時候宴請buka [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

433
bokakas

loosen, uncoil

鬆開,解開

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

434
bokas

uncover, expose, unveil

揭開,揭露,揭開bu(ŋ)kas [PMP]bukas

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

435
bokaw

small red night bird that sounds warning for sorrowful events

小紅夜鳥,為悲傷的事件發出警告bukaw [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

436
bokaʔ

untie, loose

鬆開,鬆開bukaq [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

437
bokbok

beat up

虐待bukbuk₂ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

438
boklad

enlarge, spread out, unroll

放大、展開、展開buk(e)lad [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

439
boklid

topple, totter, tumble

翻倒、搖晃、翻滾buk(e)lid [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

440
boko

node

節點bukuh [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

441
boko a poket

knots at the side of net-mesh

網側結bukuh [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

442
boko-boko

spinal column, vertebrae, nodes, knots, joints

脊柱,椎骨,節,結,關節buku buku [PMP]bukuh

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

443
bokol

swelling on body caused by beating, lump on the body

毆打引起的身體腫脹,身體上有腫塊buŋkul [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

444
bolag

cataract

白內障bulaR₁ [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

445
bolalakaw

craze, madness, insanity (caused by evil spirit); spirit, god of the fish

瘋狂,瘋狂,瘋狂(由惡魔引起);靈魂,魚之神bulalákaw₂ [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

446
bolan

month

bulan₃ [PMP]bulaN

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

447
bolaŋ

cockfighting; knife, sharp spikes; incite a cockfight

鬥雞;刀、尖刺;煽動鬥雞bulaŋ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

448
bolaŋ-an

cockpit

駕駛艙bulaŋ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

449
bolat

open the eyes

睜開眼睛bulat₁ [PMP]bulat

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

450
bolaw

blond, as hair

金髮,如頭髮bulaw [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

451
bolaw-an

gold

bulaw-an [PAN]bulaw

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

452
bolbol

feathers, fur, hair

羽毛,毛皮,頭髮bulbúl [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

453
boliok

whirlpool, swirl

漩渦,漩渦噪聲

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

454
bolit

lime, caulk, plug

石灰、填縫料、塞子bulit₁ [PMP]bulit

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

455
boliʔ

rear, stern, posterior, bottom

後部,尾部,後部,底部buliq₂ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

456
boliʔ

rear, stern, posterior, bottom

後部,尾部,後部,底部噪聲

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

457
boloŋ

lonely, loneliness

孤獨,孤獨buleŋ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

458
boloŋ

medicine, drug, chemical

藥品,藥品,化學藥品buluŋ₂ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

459
boloŋ-boloŋ

drug, chemical

藥物、化學藥品buluŋ buluŋ [PWMP]buluŋ₂

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

460
bomboŋ

bamboo-like water reed: Thysanolaena maxima Roxb.

竹狀水蘆葦:大菱鮃。buŋbuŋ₁ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

461
bonbon

fertilizer

肥料bunbun [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

462
bondak

drop crushingly, drop heavily

摔得粉碎,摔得很重bundak [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

463
boni

sound

聲音buñi [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

464
boniag

baptize or baptism

洗禮buniag [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

465
boniag-aʔ

baptismal font

洗禮池buniag [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

466
bonor

(edible) mushroom

(食用)蘑菇bunuj [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

467
bonot

coconut husk

椰子殼bunut₁ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

468
bonoʔ

murder, kill; fight

殺戮bunuq₂ [PMP]buNuq₂

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

469
bonte-bonter

blow up completely, as a balloon

像氣球一樣完全爆炸bunter [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

470
bonter

distend, inflate

膨脹,膨脹bunter [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

471
boŋa

fruit

水果buŋa [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

472
boŋa lawan

exceptionally good fruit

特別好的水果借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

473
boŋa ranon

fruit of love, result of sympathy; proper name

愛情的果實,同情的結果;正名buŋa [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

474
boŋaw

forgetfulness due to senility

老年健忘buŋaw₁ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

475
boŋet

scold; angry

責罵;生氣buŋet [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

476
boŋkas

unleash a work animal, unharness a work animal

釋放一個工作動物,不幸的工作動物bu(ŋ)kas [PMP]bukas

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

477
boŋko-boŋkog

swelling of body; swell seriously

身體腫脹buŋkug [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

478
boŋko-boŋkos

temporary wrapper; wrapper-like; wrap most completely

臨時包裝器buŋkus [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

479
boŋkog

cyst, carbuncle, abscess, body swelling

囊腫、癰、膿腫、體腫buŋkug [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

480
bora-boraʔ

air bubble in blood

血液中的氣泡budaq₁ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

481
boras

penis

陰莖噪聲

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

482
boraʔ

bubble

氣泡bujeq₂ [PMP]bujeq

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

483
boraʔ

bubble

氣泡budaq₁ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

484
boraʔ

immerse completely

完全沉浸budaq₂ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

485
boreŋkoʔ

bent, crooked; bend

彎曲的;彎曲的

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

486
bori

Philippine palm tree

菲律賓棕櫚樹buri₁ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

487
boriŋ

dirt, filth

骯髒,骯髒budiŋ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

488
boriŋ-en

dirty (as clothes)

髒的(如衣服)budiŋ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

489
boroŋan

banana: Musa sapientum (L)

香蕉:■(L)buŋuran [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

490
bortik

spot, dot

點,點

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

491
bosaw

gluttonous, greedy, voracious

貪吃的、貪婪的、貪婪的busaw [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

492
bosbos

pour out; cause to come out

傾瀉busbus [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

493
boson

post office

郵局借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

494
bosoŋ

die as payment for wrong doing (as for killing one's brother)

為做錯事而犧牲(如殺害兄弟)busuŋ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

495
bosoŋ-en

be punished as payment for wrongdoing

因不法行為而受到懲罰busuŋ-en [PWMP]busuŋ

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

496
botas

to separate, disassociate

分離butas₁ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

497
boter

bloat, inflate, blow up

膨脹,膨脹,膨脹bunter [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

498
botig

wart

肉贅buteliR [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

499
botig-en

warty; disease of skin causing itching

疣;引起瘙癢的皮膚病buteliR [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

500
botiti

bloated, as fish, or stomach with wind; fish with air-filled entrails

浮腫的,如魚或有風的胃;有充滿空氣的內臟的魚butiti [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

501
boto

vote

投票借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

502
boto-botoŋ

one, the only (as in an only child)

唯一的(如獨生子女)buR(e)túŋ [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

503
boto-botos

break string, as of fence

斷線,如籬笆butus [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

504
botoŋ

alone, lone, one, single

一個人,一個人,一個人bug(e)túŋ [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

505
botos

snap tie, break band

扣帶、斷帶butus [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

506
botoʔ

generative organ; shoot, bud, tuber

生殖器官;芽、芽、塊莖butuq [PMP]buCuq

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

507
boyad

paunch

大腹便便噪聲

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

508
boyog

bumblebee

大黃蜂buyug [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

509
boyokoŋ

hunchback

駝背

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

510
boʔ

clean out the entrails of a fish; stab in the abdomen

清理魚的內臟;刺入腹部ebuq [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

511
boʔo

trap made of bamboo for fish

竹制魚鉤buʔu [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

512
boʔol

cut (as a fish)

切(如魚)噪聲

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

513
daboŋ

(plant) shoot

(植物)嫩枝dabuŋ [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

514
dagaw

frolic

嬉戲的dagaw [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

515
dagoʔoŋ

thunder

打雷

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

516
dagsaʔ

wash up, cast on beach

洗乾淨,扔在沙灘上dág(e)saq [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

517
daiodot

pull out, evacuate

撤離,撤離

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

518
dakel

many, plenty

很多,很多dakél [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

519
dakep

catch, capture, arrest

抓住,抓住,逮捕dakep [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

520
d-al-endeg (secondary prenasalization)

thunder

打雷deRdeR [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

521
dalig

large root, buttress

大根,扶壁dalig [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

522
daliket

close relationship or kinship

近親

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

523
dalimaʔ

pomegranate: Punica granatum L.

石榴:石榴。借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

524
daloŋ

hide behind, shelter

躲在後面,躲起來

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

525
dama

checkers

跳棋借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

526
dama-ʔi

checkerboard

棋盤借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

527
dandam

fear

害怕damdam [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

528
daŋanan

ceremonial sword hilt

禮儀劍柄daŋanan [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

529
dapeŋ

cover

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

530
dapoʔ

perch, foothold, step

棲息、立足、踏步dapuq [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

531
da-raga

maiden, young woman

少女,年輕女子da-daRa [PWMP]daRa₂

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

532
daras

speak rapidly, read fast

說得快,讀得快darás [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

533
dasek

press (as in pressing down the contents of a sack), full (as the mouth)

壓(如壓下袋子裏的東西),滿(如口)da(ŋ)sek [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

534
datem

dark cloud; darkness

烏雲

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

535
dateŋ

sustain, endure; patient; persist in being present

堅持,忍耐;忍耐;堅持存在dateŋ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

536
dato-ʔ

chieftain, leader, boss, lord, master, king, gentleman

酋長、首領、首領、領主、主人、國王、紳士datu [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

537
dawa-in

inexperienced; blame

無經驗的;責備的借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

538
dawat

draw payment, receive salary

領薪水,領薪水dáwat [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

539
daʔ

none, nil, lose, not

沒有,沒有,失去,沒有edaq [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

540
daʔ

none, nil, lose, not

沒有,沒有,失去,沒有ejaq [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

541
daʔan

already; old (as a house)

已經;舊的(如房子)daqan₂ [PMP]daqaN

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

542
debak

beat a drum, knock

擊鼓,敲門debak [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

543
dego

grunt

咕噥deRu [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

544
deke-deket

stick or cling strongly together

緊緊地粘在一起deket deket [PWMP]dekeC

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

545
deket

stick, cling

堅持,堅持deket₁ [PMP]dekeC

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

546
delay

Job’s tears: Coix lachryma-jobi

約伯的眼淚:薏苡zelay [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

547
delem

moonless, night which is dark, black

無月之夜,黑暗,黑暗delem [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

548
delem

moonless, night which is dark; black

無月的黑夜;黑暗的

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

549
deŋki-deŋki

petty jealousy

小嫉妒借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

550
deŋkit

close together, overcrowded contact

緊密聯繫,人滿為患de(ŋ)kit [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

551
depol

dull, as in tool

鈍的,如在工具上de(m)pul [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

552
didal

thimble

頂針借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

553
didiʔ

bubble froth, foam; boil

泡沫,泡沫;沸騰diqdiq [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

554
dila-dilaʔ

tongue, as on lumber

舌頭,如木材上的舌頭dilaq₁ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

555
dilaʔ

tongue

舌頭dilaq₁ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

556
diloŋ

hide behind a cover or protection

躲在掩蔽物或保護物後面

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

557
ditaʔ

tree with white funnel-shaped flower: Alstonia scholaris

白色漏斗形花的樹:山艾ditaq [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

558
diʔ

no, not

不,不是hediq [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

559
diʔ

no, not

不,不是diq [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

560
doa

two

duha [PMP]duSa

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

561
doa-doa

only two

只有兩個duha duha₁ [PMP]duSa

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

562
doa-doa

doubt, undecided

懷疑,猶豫不決duha duha₂ [PMP]duSa

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

563
doa-doa-i

co-wives

共同妻子duha-i [PWMP]duSa

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

564
doa-i

plurality of wives

多個妻子duha-i [PWMP]duSa

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

565
doa-i-aʔ

companion or wife, co-wife

伴侶或妻子,共同妻子duha-i [PWMP]duSa

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

566
dokot

loneliness

孤獨dukut₁ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

567
dolas

to slide, slip

滑倒dulas [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

568
dolog

accompany

陪伴duluR [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

569
domol

touch with the lips, as a horse smelling something

用嘴唇觸摸,就像馬聞到什麼dumul [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

570
dompol

dull (tool)

鈍(工具)dumpul [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

571
doros

slide down

向下滑動durus [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

572
doyan

hammock

吊床dúyan [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

573
-en

object focus; e.g. #Tabas-en si Batua Batua will cut it

對象焦點;例如,Tabas en si Batua Batua將剪切它-en [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

574
gabi

meal at evening

晚上吃飯Rabiqi [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

575
gabok

rotten, crumbling

腐爛、破碎Rabuk [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

576
gabon

cloud

Rabun [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

577
gadoŋ-an

greenish

綠色的借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

578
gaga

open the mouth

張開嘴

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

579
gakes

embrace, hug

擁抱,擁抱

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

580
gakit

boats for wedding; string together; to make a raft

結婚用的船;串在一起;做木筏Rakit [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

581
gakot

tie

領帶Rakut [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

582
galed

sink, as in liquid; immerse

下沉,如在液體中;浸入

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

583
galekeb

face side down, tails in coin

面朝下,硬幣反面

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

584
galeneb

sink

下沉

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

585
ga-lened

sink

下沉leñej [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

586
galened

sink

下沉

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

587
galiŋ

to grind, mill

磨碎galiŋ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

588
galogaʔ

bush with seed used as dye or food coloring: Bixa orellana L.

種子作染料或食用色素的灌木galugaʔ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

589
galoŋ

nose ring

鼻環galuŋ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

590
gamak

grip; palm, fist

握把gamak [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

591
gambao

top of; overlap

重疊

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

592
gambir

vim, vigor

活力,活力借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

593
gamot

poison

毒藥gamut [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

594
gamot

poison

毒藥Ramut₂ [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

595
gampaŋ

flirt; coquette

調情Rampaŋ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

596
ganas

capability for carrying weights; capacity or strength

承載重量的能力;能力或力量ganas [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

597
gansaʔ

goose

借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

598
ganti

substitute

代替ganti [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

599
gaŋa

open the mouth

張開嘴Raŋa₁ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

600
gaŋa

open the mouth

張開嘴gaŋa [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

601
gaŋaw

twigs, stick

樹枝,棍子Raŋaw₁ [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

602
gaŋet

crush with teeth, chew

咬碎,咀嚼

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

603
gaŋgaŋ

heat in fire

火熱gaŋgaŋ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

604
gaŋo

dry, dried

幹的,幹的Raŋu [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

605
gapiʔ

break into pieces, chip off parts of objects

把東西切成碎片Rapiq [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

606
gapos

stop or restrict movement of angry person

封鎖或限制憤怒的人的行動Rapus [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

607
gariŋkiŋ

ring, tinkle

鈴聲,叮噹聲

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

608
gasa

mantle, filament, wick (lamp)

燈罩,燈絲,燈芯(燈)借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

609
gasgas

to rub hard or vigorously

用力或有力地摩擦gasgas [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

610
gasgas

to rub hard or vigorously

用力或有力地摩擦RasRas [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

611
gataʔ

milk of coconut

椰汁gateq [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

612
gateb

gnaw, chew

啃,嚼

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

613
gatel

itch

gatel [PMP]gaCel

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

614
gatoŋ

log that is slow burning

緩慢燃燒的日誌gatuŋ [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

615
gatos

hundred

一百Ratus [PMP]RaCus

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

616
gatos-an

feast celebrated for the dead one hundred days after burial

埋葬一百天後為死者慶祝的節日Ratus-an [PWMP]RaCus

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

617
gayaŋ

weapon with a blade; trowel-like flat-bladed tool

有刃的武器;像抹子一樣的平刃工具gayaŋ [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

618
gebaʔ

clearing, slash and burn farming

清耕、刀耕火種Rebaq [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

619
gek

thud, sound that is hollow

砰的一聲,空洞的聲音gek [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

620
gekas

begin; opening remark, preface

開場白

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

621
geleŋ

cut off, sever

切斷,切斷geleŋ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

622
gelgel

to cut (as the neck of a person)

割(如人的脖子)gelgél [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

623
gem

hold in mouth

含在嘴裏eŋgem [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

624
gem

hold in the mouth

含在嘴裏gem [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

625
gempal

coagulated blood

凝血gempal [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

626
gepik

break, usually of a brittle item

斷裂,通常指易碎物品gepik [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

627
gepik

break, usually as brittle item

斷裂,通常是易碎品Repik [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

628
gepoʔ

break, as of branches or twigs of plants

折斷,如植物的枝條

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

629
ger

grunt, hum

咕噥,哼ger [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

630
geraʔ

massacre

大屠殺geraq [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

631
geret

to cut, chop off

砍掉gereC [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

632
geret

to cut, chop off

砍掉geret [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

633
ges

grunt

咕噥ges [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

634
get

to lose or choke out breath

喘不過氣heRet [PMP]SeReC

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

635
gik

thresh

脫粒Riqek [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

636
gikeb

walled tightly

緊緊地圍起來

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

637
gila

restless, unsteady

坐立不安gila [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

638
gila-gila

untamed, wild; fast movement

未馴服的,狂野的;快速移動的gila-gila [PMP]gila

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

639
gilaŋ

cause to reflect

引起反思gilaŋ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

640
giliŋ

to revolve, spin

旋轉giliŋ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

641
giliŋ-an

revolver, pistol; spinning wheel

左輪手槍giliŋ-an [PWMP]giliŋ

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

642
gimbal

whack, sound of mosque drum for feast or prayer; stick for mosque drum

砰的一聲,清真寺的鼓聲,用於盛宴或祈禱;棍子用於清真寺的鼓聲gimbal [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

643
gimpis

crush between heavy weights, press (as sugarcane between the rollers of a mill)

在重物之間壓碎,壓榨(如甘蔗在碾磨機的滾筒之間)gimpis [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

644
gimpis-aʔ

vice, press (for extracting juice)

壓榨鉗(榨汁用)gimpis [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

645
gimpit

press, crush

壓榨Ri(m)pit [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

646
gimpit

to press, crush

壓榨gipit [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

647
gimpit

press, crush (also #Tagalog #gipít 'wanting or lacking in space')

壓榨、壓榨(同樣是“塔加羅格”(Tagalog)gipít’wanting or less in space’)

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

648
g-inawa

breath; self

呼吸;自我nihawa [PMP]NiSawa

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

649
g-inawa-an

windpipe, trachea, nostril

氣管、氣管、鼻孔nihawa [PMP]NiSawa

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

650
g-inawa-ʔi

friend, pal, chum

朋友,朋友,朋友nihawa [PMP]NiSawa

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

651
giʔ

cogon grass, Imperata cylindrica L.

齒根草eRiq [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

652
gobat

attacker, as in battle; offensive

進攻的,如在戰鬥中;進攻的gubát [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

653
gobat-an

battlefield, theatre of war

戰場,戰場gubát [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

654
golaman

gelatin, jell

明膠、果凍guláman [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

655
golpi

money given by winner to his friends

贏家給朋友的錢借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

656
gomek

to crush, smash

粉碎Rumek [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

657
gompit

press; tighten

壓緊gu(m)pit [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

658
gontiŋ

scissors; cut with scissors

剪刀借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

659
gopek

break, crush

破碎,壓碎

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

660
gorami

Osphronemus goramy or gourami / freshwater anabantid fish

河豚借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

661
gosok

rib

肋骨Rusuk [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

662
got

scale fish

鱗魚gut [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

663
goyod

pull, tug as in rope, transport by sled or cart

用繩子牽引,用雪橇或大車運輸guyud₃ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

664
goyod-aʔ

sled, cart

雪橇,手推車guyud₃ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

665
ian

source

來源ian₂ [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

666
iap

account for; count; figure out

計算ihap [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

667
ibaʔ

tree with sour fruit: Averrhoa bilimbi L.

酸果樹:比目魚借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

668
ibos

rice delicacy

米飯佳餚ibus₂ [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

669
ibos

rice delicacy

米飯佳餚借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

670
idas

brother-in-law, sister-in-law

姐夫,嫂子idas₁ [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

671
ig

water, liquid

水,液體wahiR [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

672
igaʔ

lie down

躺下hideRáq [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

673
igop

drink

hiRup [PMP]SiRup

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

674
igot

to pull on belt; tighten

拉緊;系緊higút [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

675
ika-

prefix for ordinal numerals

序數首碼ika- [PMP]Sika-

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

676
ikan

legendary fish-like animal

傳說中的魚形動物hikan [PMP]Sikan

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

677
iket

tie

領帶hiket [PMP]Siket

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

678
ikog

tail

ikuR [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

679
ikot

greed, selfish, thrift --- in a selfish way

貪婪、自私、節儉——以自私的管道ikut₂ [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

680
ila

wildness

野性ilah [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

681
ila

birthmark

胎記qila [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

682
ilaŋ

lose

失去qilaŋ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

683
ilap

to lose

失去噪聲

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

684
ileg

cross-eyed, wall-eyed

斜眼,牆眼ileR [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

685
ilem

swarthiness, brown

黑褐色qilem [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

686
ilep

to drink, suck

喝,吸ilep [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

687
ili-an

fortress, kingdom

要塞,王國qilih [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

688
ilo

orphan

孤兒ilu [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

689
imo

property, article, furniture, utensil

財產、物品、傢俱、用具借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

690
impas

pay debt fully; wipe out, consume

還清債務qimpas [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

691
impas

pay debt fully, wipe out, consume

還清債務,消滅,消費impas [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

692
inam

expectation, prospect, hope for something

期望,期望,對某事的希望hínam [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

693
inanag

radiant heat

輻射熱

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

694
ina-ʔ

M

iná-q [PAN]ina

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

695
indag, irag

recline, tilt

傾斜

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

696
indan

eulogy; to eulogize, praise

歌頌i(n)dan [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

697
indaŋ

various trees: Clerodendron Brachyanthum Schauer, Macaranga hispida Blm./Muell.-Arg.

各種樹木:短枝雲杉噪聲

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

698
ini

this, these

這個,這些i-ni [PAN]-ni

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

699
in-oit

brought or carried by

攜帶的in-uit [PWMP]uit₂

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

700
inom

to drink

inum [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

701
inot

frugal, thrifty

節儉qinut [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

702
inot

frugal, thrifty

節儉inut [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

703
insan

join forces and effort, gather together

合力,齊心協力insan [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

704
insik

Chinese, Chinaman

中國人借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

705
intan

diamond

鑽石借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

706
intan

opal

蛋白石借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

707
intem

dark in color

深色的qitem [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

708
iŋat

careful; to treat with respect

小心;尊敬iŋat [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

709
iŋel

hard of hearing, deaf

聽力障礙,耳聾iŋel₁ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

710
iŋel

hard of hearing, deaf

聽力障礙,耳聾

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

711
io

you (plural)

你(複數)iu₃ [PMP]iSu

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

712
iop

blow, esp. with the mouth

吹,尤指用嘴吹heyup [PMP]Seyup

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

713
iop-an

mouthpiece

吹口heyup-an [PMP]Seyup

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

714
ipag

sister-in-law, brother-in-law

嫂子,姐夫hipaR₁ [PMP]hipaR

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

715
ipes

silence, keep still

安靜,別動hipes [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

716
ipil

a tree: Intsia bijuga (Colebr.) O. Ktze.

一棵樹:■qipil [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

717
ipil-ipil

a leguminous shrub: Leucaena glauca (L.) Benth.

豆科灌木:銀合歡ipil ipil [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

718
ipit

crush, run over, clip with hand

碾碎,碾過,用手夾住qipit [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

719
ipon

goby

戈壁hipun₁ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

720
ipon

gather, collect, assemble

集合,集合,集合qi(m)pun [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

721
ipos

done with, gone away (Also #Tiruray #ifus 'to complete a contract, agreement or period of time')

結束,離開(如果我們“完成一份契約、協定或一段時間”的話,也會很累)

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

722
ira-n

their

他們的ida [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

723
irap

blame, suspect

責怪,嫌疑犯qijap [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

724
irap

blame, suspect

責怪,嫌疑犯idap [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

725
irem

dark, brunette

深色,深色qirem [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

726
irem

dark, brunette

深色,深色qi(n)dem [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

727
iriŋ

imitate, emulate, follow

模仿,模仿,跟隨iriŋ₂ [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

728
isa

one; a, an

一;一,一isa₁ [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

729
isa isa

alone, only

只有一個人isa isa [PAN]isa₁

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

730
iseg

move

移動iseR [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

731
iseg-iseg

move farther

再往前走iseR [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

732
isek

blind, have poor eyesight

瞎了,視力不好

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

733
isip

count; number

ísip [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

734
ita

let's go!

走吧!ita₂ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

735
itaʔ

threat

威脅qitaq [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

736
item

blackness

黑色qitem [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

737
itik

duck -- animal

鴨——動物itik₂ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

738
ito

catfish

鯰魚hitu [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

739
iwad

to move to the side

移到一邊iwad [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

740
ka

you -- primary

你——主要的ka₄ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

741
kaban

chest, case, box

箱子,箱子,箱子kaban₂ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

742
kabaŋ

spotted

有斑點的kabáŋ [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

743
kabasi

fish --- herring

魚---鯡魚kabasi [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

744
kabeg

bat

蝙蝠kabég [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

745
kabit

hang onto a vehicle

掛在車上kabit₁ [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

746
kaboʔ

dipper, container to get water from wells; fetch water

舀水器,從井裏取水的容器;取水kabuq [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

747
kadadak

violent diarrhoea

劇烈腹瀉kadadak [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

748
kagat

itch; scratch

kaRat [PMP]kaRaC

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

749
kagaw

germs

細菌kaRaw₂ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

750
kagem

immerse; capsize; waterlogged, as a boat that has capsized

浸沒;傾覆;浸水,如傾覆的船kaRem [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

751
kaiŋin

slash and burn farming

刀耕火種借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

752
kaka

elder

長者kaka₂ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

753
kakak

gobble, cackle

咯咯地,咯咯地kakakₐ [PMP]kakak

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

754
kakas

untie

解開kaskas₁ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

755
kakaw

cacao: Theobroma cacao L.

可哥:可哥豆。借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

756
kakaʔ

tear, torn, separate; have a gaping wound

撕裂,撕裂,分開;有裂開的傷口kakaq [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

757
kakep

surround, encircle, close

包圍,包圍,關閉

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

758
kalakat

to scale up a wall

放大牆kalatkat [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

759
kalamata

weave, woven material

編織,編織資料kalamata [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

760
kalasag-an

purlins

檁條kalasaR [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

761
k-alas-an

forest, woods

森林,森林ka-halas-an [PWMP]Salas

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

762
kalat

rope that holds the sail in place

固定帆的繩子kalat [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

763
kali

digging stick; dig

挖掘棒kali₂ [PMP]kalih

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

764
kalo

to stir; stirring rod

攪拌;攪拌棒kalu [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

765
kamagoŋ

Philippine teak, camagon

菲律賓柚木kamaguŋ [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

766
kamalig

shed, type of shelter

棚屋,棚屋類型kamaliR [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

767
kamansiʔ

breadfruit

麵包果kamansiq [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

768
kamansiʔ

breadfruit

麵包果噪聲

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

769
kamaŋa

grindstone, whetstone

磨石,磨石kamaŋa [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

770
ka-mara

dry, anhydrous (as land)

乾燥、無水(如陸地)maja [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

771
kamas

scratch

劃痕kamas [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

772
kambog

to stir

攪動kabuR [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

773
kambog-aw

driving fish into net, trapping fish

把魚拖進網裏,誘捕魚kabuR [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

774
kambor

stir, mix

攪拌,混合kambur [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

775
kamontaʔ

sticky sap

粘液

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

776
kampilan

sword used for fighting --- has straight edge

用於戰鬥的劍---有直刃借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

777
kampil-oʔ

satchel, basket

書包、籃子kampil [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

778
kampis

deteriorate, atrophy

惡化、萎縮kampis [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

779
kan

eat, feed on

吃,吃kaen [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

780
kan-a

eat it

吃吧kaen-a [PMP]kaen

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

781
kan-an

utensil, dish, plate

餐具、盤子、盤子kaen-an [PAN]kaen

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

782
kandilaʔ

candle

蠟燭借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

783
kaneg

sense of hearing; hear

聽覺

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

784
kanoko

fingernail, toenail, hoof, claw

指甲,腳趾甲,蹄子,爪子k〈an〉uhkuh [PMP]kuSkuS₁

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

785
kanoʔos

squid

魷魚kanuqus [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

786
kaŋ

owl (but see note to #kekuŋ 'owl')

貓頭鷹(但見“貓頭鷹”注釋)kaŋ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

787
kaŋgan

gingham

方格布借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

788
kapay

beckon with hand or fingers

用手或手指招手kapay [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

789
kapet

hold; handle; keep; leech

抓住;抓住;抓住;抓住;水蛭kapét [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

790
kapet-aʔ

hand rail

扶手kapét [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

791
kapet-en

leech-infested

水蛭出沒kapét-en [PPH]kapét

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

792
kapok

kapok tree: Ceiba pentandra L.

木棉樹:木棉。kapuk [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

793
ka-potiʔ

whiteness, paleness

白,白ka-putiq [PWMP]putiq

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

794
karandaʔ

rectangular or round metal box for betel, pumpkin; suitcase; enclose

長方形或圓形金屬盒,用於盛放檳榔、南瓜;手提箱;裝入借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

795
karis

sword

借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

796
karkar

dig into earth

挖土karkar [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

797
karos

to scratch (as a cat)

抓撓(如貓)garus [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

798
karos

to scratch

刮擦karus [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

799
kasaw

rafter, rib of bamboo in a thatch roof

椽子,茅草屋頂的竹肋kasaw₁ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

800
kasep

snake grass: Drymaria cordata L.

蛇草:乾草。kasep [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

801
kasep a taw

creeping vine: Oxalis repens Thunb.

匍匐藤蔓:紫草kasep [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

802
kasiŋ

to spin, as a top

旋轉,作為頂部gasiŋ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

803
kaskas

run fast, work fast and hard

跑得快,工作又快又努力kaskás [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

804
kasomba

safflower: Bixa orellana L.

紅花:碧霞借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

805
kataŋan-taŋan

small medicinal tree used for fence: Jatropha curcas L.

籬笆用小型藥用樹種:麻瘋樹。kataŋan [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

806
katig

outrigger

支腿katiR [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

807
katiʔ

bantam

班塔姆kátiq [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

808
katombar

pepper: Capsicum frutescens Linn.

辣椒:辣椒。借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

809
katoray

a tree: Sesbania grandiflora (L.) Pers.

一棵樹:田菁。katúday [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

810
kaw

you, thou

你,你kahu [PMP]kaSu

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

811
kawaliʔ

skillet

煎鍋借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

812
kawaŋ

atmosphere, air

大氣,空氣kawaŋ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

813
kawat

wire

電線借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

814
kawil

flatter, banter, befriend, hook

奉承、戲謔、交友、勾搭kawil₁ [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

815
kawiŋ

wed, wedding, betrothed; husband, wife

結婚,結婚,訂婚;丈夫,妻子kawiŋ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

816
kawiŋ

wed; wedding; betrothed; husband, wife

結婚;婚禮;訂婚;丈夫,妻子噪聲

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

817
kaya

rich, wealthy, opulent

有錢,有錢,有錢kaya [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

818
kayaʔ

shame; shyness

羞恥ka-heyaq [PWMP]Seyaq

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

819
kayo

tree, wood, lumber, board

樹木、木材、木材、木板kahiw [PMP]kaSiw

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

820
kayo-an

timbered land, forest

林地、森林kahiw-an [PWMP]kaSiw

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

821
kayo-n

woody

伍迪kahiw [PMP]kaSiw

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

822
kebel

toughness; supernatural power

堅韌;超自然的力量kebel [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

823
kebel-aʔ

peson with supernatural power

具有超自然力量的佩森kebel [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

824
kebit

hook with the finger

用手指勾住kebit [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

825
kedot

to pinch

kezut₂ [PWMP]kezut

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

826
kegaŋ

scab

結痂keRaŋ₂ [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

827
kegaw

crisp from heating

加熱後變脆keRaw [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

828
kekem

handful, gather in the hand

一把,握在手裏

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

829
kekes

decrease

減少kekes [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

830
kelaw

fright, frighten

害怕,害怕kelaw [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

831
keleb

wall; shut

牆;關閉keleb [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

832
keleŋ

move the head

移動頭部keleŋ₂ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

833
keloŋ

shield

keluŋ₂ [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

834
kem

hold inside palm

握在手掌裏qeŋkem [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

835
kemel

squeeze

擠壓kemel [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

836
kemes

grip by making hand into a fist

把手捏成拳頭kemes [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

837
kemiʔ

dent

凹痕偶然性

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

838
kempel

to hold in the palm, grip

握在掌心kepel [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

839
kendiʔ

kettle

水壺借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

840
keŋkeŋ

shorten, shrink

縮短,收縮keŋkeŋ₃ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

841
kepoŋ

harass, attack

騷擾、攻擊kepuŋ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

842
ker

roar, grunt (as a hog)

咆哮,咕噥(像豬一樣)eŋker [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

843
kerap

glisten, sparkle

閃閃發光kerap [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

844
keraʔ

sound made by the monkey

猴子發出的聲音akerahaq [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

845
kerod

to thresh grain; to scrape, as in grating coconut

打穀;刮kerud [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

846
keros

scratch, claw

抓,抓kerus₁ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

847
keteŋ

to pull (as a rope)

拉(如繩子)keteŋ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

848
ketes

cutting

切割

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

849
ketil

tiny, small

小,小偶然性

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

850
ki

referent personal particle

參照個人粒子ki₂ₐ [PMP]ki₂

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

851
kibed

to wind

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

852
kikid

rough wood file, grater

粗木工銼刀kiDkiD [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

853
kikik

grating sound coming from throat of witch

女巫喉嚨發出刺耳的聲音kikik [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

854
kikis

to scrape, shave

刮,刮kiskis [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

855
kila-kilat

lightning; fast as lightning

閃電kila-kilat [PMP]likaC

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

856
kilala

recognize, identify

認識,認識kilala [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

857
kilala-ʔ-an

distinguish, recognize, acknowledge

辨別、認識、承認kilala-an [PWMP]kilala

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

858
kilas

rate of speed

速度kilas [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

859
kilat

fast; glimpse; lightning

快速;一瞥;閃電kilat₁ [PMP]likaC

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

860
kilaw

to eat raw

生吃kilaw₁ [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

861
kilid

side, edge

邊,邊kiliD [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

862
kiliŋ

tilted; lurch

傾斜的;傾斜的kiliŋ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

863
kimay

deformation, as in a body

變形,如在身體中kimay [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

864
kimpis

shrivel

乾癟

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

865
kimpit

hold vise-like, as with pliers or tongs

像用鉗子或鉗子一樣握住虎鉗kipit [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

866
kinam

discernible taste

可辨別的味道kiñam [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

867
kiñam

discernible taste

可辨別的味道

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

868
kiŋkiŋ

lift a foot and hop

抬腳跳躍kiŋkiŋ₂ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

869
kioʔ

sexual intercourse

性交kiuq [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

870
kipes

shrink

收縮ki(m)pes [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

871
kirap

shine

閃耀kizap [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

872
kiray

eyebrow

眉毛kiray [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

873
kiray

eyebrow

眉毛kiday [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

874
kisek

to cry, scream, shriek (as a girl)

哭泣,尖叫,尖叫(作為一個女孩)kicek [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

875
kit

dull sound of chopping soft material (as rawhide)

切碎柔軟資料(如生牛皮)的沉悶聲音ekit [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

876
kita

we (plural incl.)

我們(包括複數)k-ita [PAN]ita₁

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

877
kiteb

grind, sharpen, gnash the teeth

磨牙,磨牙,咬牙

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

878
kitek

tickle

撓癢癢kitek [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

879
-ko

mine

-ku [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

880
koan

hesitation form

猶豫形式kua-n [PWMP]kua₁

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

881
koan

hesitation form

猶豫形式kuan₂ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

882
kobal

skin, hide, leather

皮,皮,皮革kubal [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

883
kodal

corral, livestock housing

畜舍借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

884
koden

cooking pot

kuden [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

885
kogita

octopus

章魚kuRita [PMP]guRiCa

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

886
koioŋ

to shake (as a tree)

搖動(如樹)kuyuŋ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

887
koit

touch lightly, pick; stick used to pick

輕觸kuhit [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

888
koit

touch lightly, pick; stick used to pick (fruit out of reach)

輕觸,摘;用來摘的棍子(夠不著的水果)kubit [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

889
kokor

to grate

磨碎kuDkuD [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

890
kokor-aʔ

grater

磨碎機kuDkuD [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

891
kokos

cover, wrap

覆蓋,包裹

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

892
kolili

wind around the hand, as in tying hand to sword handle

纏繞在手上,如將手系在劍柄上kulili [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

893
koliliŋ

throughout (a region or territory)

遍及(一個地區或地區)kuliliŋ [PMP]kuliliŋ₁

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

894
kolintaŋ

musical instrument of eight gongs

八鑼樂器kulintaŋ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

895
kolit

peeling of sweet potato

紅薯去皮kulit [PMP]kuliC

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

896
kolo

Artocarpus elastica Reinw.

彈性羅漢松kulu₁ [PMP]kulu

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

897
koloŋ

curl, ringlet

捲曲,鈴鐺kuluŋ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

898
komboʔ

banana or sweet potato fritter

香蕉或甘薯餡餅借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

899
koraŋ

less, incomplete

少,不完整借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

900
koray

patterns --- whorl of grains of wood

木紋輪kuray [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

901
koriak

cry

哭泣kuriak [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

902
korinteŋ

stretch

伸展

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

903
koroaŋ

big spotted hawk

大斑點鷹偶然性

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

904
korot

curly, kinky

捲曲,彎曲kurut [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

905
koskos

rub, scrub

擦洗kuskus₂ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

906
koso

rub palms of hands together, rub off, wash off stain

搓手掌,搓掉,洗掉污漬kusu₁ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

907
kot

sound made by throat in swallowing hard

咽硬時喉嚨發出的聲音eŋkut [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

908
kotaʔ

fort, citadel; trenches

堡壘,堡壘;戰壕借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

909
koto

lice, esp. head lice

蝨子,尤指頭虱kutu₁ [PMP]kuCux

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

910
koto a aso

flea (‘dog louse’)

跳蚤(狗虱)kutu₁ [PMP]kuCux

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

911
koto-koto

spark

火花kutu₁ [PMP]kuCux

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

912
koto-koto

water spider (= water strider?)

水蜘蛛?)kutu₁ [PMP]kuCux

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

913
koyog

to accompany

陪伴kúyug [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

914
laba

gain, profit

收益,利潤借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

915
lababo

lavatory

廁所借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

916
labaha ~ labasa

razor

剃刀借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

917
labatiba

enema; equipment for irrigating body

灌腸器借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

918
labaw

very, especially, more than

特別是labaw₂ [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

919
labed ~lambed

entangle, wind

纏繞,風la(m)béj [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

920
labeŋ

fill up, overcrowd

加油,人滿為患labeŋ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

921
labi

more than

超過labi₁ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

922
labid

hug

擁抱labid [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

923
labnog

a tree: Garcinia sp.

一棵樹:藤黃。lab(e)nuR [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

924
laboʔ

disembark; anchor

下船labuq₁ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

925
lad

piece, particle indicating money value

表示貨幣價值的塊、顆粒qelad₁ [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

926
lagoy

rush, hurry

快點,快點laRiw [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

927
lakad

step, stride

邁步,邁步lakaj [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

928
lakas

rate of speed

速度lakas [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

929
lakaw

footprint; killed with a weapon; go

腳印;用武器殺死;走lakaw [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

930
laki

brother to a woman

一個女人的兄弟laki₁ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

931
lakob

fence, enclosure

圍欄、圍牆lakub [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

932
la-lakaw

walk; trip; go; journey

步行;旅行;去;旅行lakaw [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

933
la-lakaw-an

walk over; group of travelers

徒步旅行lakaw [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

934
lalan

path, trail, road, way, course, street

路,小徑,路,路,路線,街道zalan [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

935
lalan a rogoʔ

blood vessel

血管zalan [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

936
lalaw

second growth of rice (cp. #lalo 'above, more, excess')

水稻二次生長(cp.##lalo'以上,更多,過剩')lalaw [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

937
la-lawaʔ

spider

蜘蛛lawaq₂ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

938
lali

cicada

Nali [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

939
lalor

requirement above, more, excess

以上要求,更多,超額lalu₁ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

940
lamano

shake hands

握手借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

941
lambeg

throw, cast

投擲,投擲lambeg [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

942
lambid

hug

擁抱lambid [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

943
lambit

whip, beat

鞭打

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

944
la-metik

large red ant

大紅蟻me(n)tik [PMP]me(n)tik (X + me(n)tik

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

945
lamísa

table

桌子借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

946
lamok

blur, shadow over the moon

模糊,月亮上的陰影lamuk₁ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

947
lampaso

mop

拖把借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

948
lampid

entangle

糾纏lapid [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

949
lampid

entangle

糾纏lapid [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

950
lampid

entangle

糾纏

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

951
lana

oil

laña [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

952
lanaŋ-an

toilet

廁所lanaŋ-an [PPH]lanaŋ

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

953
lanay

to melt

融化lanay₁ [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

954
lanes

to wilt, wither

枯萎lanés [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

955
lansa

launch, motorboat

汽艇下水借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

956
lantay

bridge, floor

橋,地板lantay [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

957
lantik

bend, curve, crooked; curved roof of Maranao house

彎曲,彎曲,彎曲;馬拉瑙屋的彎曲屋頂lantik [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

958
lantík

bend, curve, crooked; curved roof

彎曲,彎曲,彎曲;彎曲的屋頂借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

959
laŋan

delay; omission

延誤laŋan [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

960
laŋaw

gadfly, horsefly

牛虻,馬蠅laŋaw [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

961
laŋaʔ

stop sucking, as a baby does; release

像嬰兒一樣停止吮吸;釋放laŋaq₁ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

962
laŋeg

begin to rot, as in fish

開始腐爛,如魚laŋeg [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

963
laŋen

roller

滾筒laŋen₁ [PMP]laŋen

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

964
laŋen-an

drydock

幹船塢laŋen₁ [PMP]laŋen

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

965
laŋga

hot, boiling, heated

熱的,沸騰的,加熱的la(ŋ)ga [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

966
laŋit

sky, heaven

天空,天堂laŋit [PMP]laŋiC

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

967
laŋkep

patch, thin metal strip

薄金屬片

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

968
laŋoy

swim

游泳laŋuy [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

969
lapaw

beyond, over

超越,超越la(m)paw [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

970
lapaʔ

to butcher, chop into pieces, dissect

去屠宰,剁碎,解剖lapaq [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

971
lapo

to scald, as a chicken

燙傷,如雞lapu₁ [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

972
lapos

entirely, wholly

完全地la(m)pus₂ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

973
lapot

mud, silt

泥漿、淤泥lap(e)qut [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

974
lapot

mud, silt

泥漿、淤泥lap(e)qút [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

975
lasaʔ

to beat, whip, manhandle

毆打、鞭打、粗暴lasaq [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

976
lasem

sourness of taste, acidic in taste

酸味,酸味qalesem [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

977
lasonaʔ

garlic

大蒜借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

978
latak

concoction used to blacken the teeth

用來使牙齒變黑的混合物latak₂ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

979
lataw

to float

漂浮le(n)taw [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

980
lataʔ

tin, can of tin

罐頭,罐頭借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

981
latigo

whip

鞭子借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

982
latiʔ

cut down; forest clearing

砍伐latiq [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

983
latkoʔ

bend

彎曲

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

984
latpik

crackling sound

劈啪聲

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

985
lawan

exceed

超過lawan₂ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

986
lawaŋ

pass

通過lawaŋ₂ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

987
lawaŋ-aʔ

passage, doorway, hallway

通道、門口、走廊lawaŋ₂ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

988
lawas

body

身體lawas₂ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

989
lawd

offshore; far; body of deep water

近海;深海lahud [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

990
lawi

tail

lawi₁ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

991
lawi a alaw

ground orchid: Habenaria sp.

地蘭花:■sp。lawi₁ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

992
lawi a manok

plants: Digitaria Argyrostachya A. Camus, Sporobolus diandrus Retz./Beauv.

植物:銀耳A.Camus,滇孢子蟲Retz./Beauv。lawi₁ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

993
lawi-an

tail

lawi₁ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

994
layag

sail

layaR [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

995
layak

purpose, intention, desire

目的、意圖、願望layak [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

996
leb

knee

eleb [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

997
lebag

boil, carbuncle, swelling

癤、癰、腫lebág [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

998
lebeŋ

bury; burial; grave

埋葬;埋葬;墳墓lebeŋ₁ [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

999
lebog

muddy water

渾水lebuR [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1000
lebog

muddy water

渾水lebug [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1001
leboq

parcel of land, plot or lot of land

地塊lebuq [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1002
led

drown in water or metaphorically; shame, embarrassment

淹死在水裏或比喻中;羞恥、困窘qeled [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1003
led

shame, embarrassment

羞恥、尷尬偶然性

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1004
lekab

take off, as petiole of banana leaf, separate

摘下,作為香蕉葉的葉柄,分開lekab [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1005
lekas

undress

脫衣服lekas₁ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1006
lekaʔ

to open

打開le(ŋ)kaq [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1007
lekaʔ

open

打開

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1008
lekeb

lid, cover

蓋,蓋lekeb [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1009
lekeb

turn upside down

顛倒leŋkeb [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1010
leko

lie down

躺下leku [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1011
leko-aʔ

animal lair; mudhole for carabao

動物巢穴leku [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1012
leleb

lose property pawned due to failure to pay; foreclosure

喪失抵押品贖回權le(b)leb [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1013
leleb

lose property pawned due to failure to pay; forfeited

因不付款而失去當押的財產;沒收leleb [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1014
lemaw

bog, quagmire, quicksand

沼澤、泥潭、流沙偶然性

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1015
lemdem

hatch -- hen or bird

孵化——母雞或鳥

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1016
lemek

soft

軟的lemek₁ [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1017
lemiʔ

press, dent

壓力,凹痕lemiq₁ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1018
lemiʔ

to press hard (as in kneading dough)

使勁壓(如揉麵團)lemiq₂ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1019
leŋa

sesame plant: Sesamum orientale L.

芝麻植物:芝麻。leŋa [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1020
lepak

beat; dull sound

單調的聲音lepak₂ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1021
lepas

omit, leave, overtake, forgive, pass by

省略,離開,超車,原諒,路過lepas [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1022
lepes

simultaneous

同時lepes [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1023
lepet

to wrap

包裝lepet₂ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1024
lepet

to wrap

包裝lepet₃ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1025
lepet-aʔ

wrapper

包裝lepet₃ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1026
lepit

thin, flat

薄,平lepit₁ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1027
lepiʔ

fold; hem

折邊lepiq [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1028
lepot

force out, cough off

用力,止咳leput [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1029
lepoʔ

cripple, lame

跛子,跛子lepuq₁ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1030
lesek

dent, press down

凹痕,壓下

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1031
leso

bore, hole bored through

鑽孔lesu₁ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1032
lesoŋ

mortar

灰漿lesuŋ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1033
let

partition; between

分隔qelet [PMP]qeleC

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1034
letak

clapper used to frighten birds

用來嚇唬鳥的擊掌器le(n)tak [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1035
letak

fetter

束縛letak₂ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1036
letak

clapper used to frighten birds

用來嚇唬鳥的擊掌器

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1037
letik

snap finger

彈指letik [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1038
letiʔ

thunder

打雷letiq [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1039
liaŋ

cave

洞穴liaŋ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1040
libed

wind around

繞來繞去libej [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1041
libot

dragnet; surround, catch

牽引;包圍libut [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1042
lig

neck

脖子liqeR [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1043
likes

measure circumference, especially of person or livestock

量測周長,尤指人或牲畜的周長likes [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1044
likod

back, rear

後面,後面likud [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1045
likop

encircle, surround

包圍likup₁ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1046
likos

band; around; bind

捆綁

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1047
likoʔ

curve, swerve; abandon husband; desertion

彎道,轉彎;拋棄丈夫;遺棄likuq [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1048
lilit

rattan (used as a whip)

藤(用作鞭子)lilit [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1049
lima

five

lima [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1050
lima-lima

only five; in fives

只有五個;五個lima-lima [PMP]lima

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1051
limas

squeeze; bail out water from sinking boat

擠壓;把水從沉船中救出limas [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1052
limatek

leech

水蛭qali-matek [PWMP]-matek

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1053
limbas

grindstone, whetstone; grind, polish

磨石,磨石;研磨,拋光liŋ(e)bas [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1054
limeŋ

to hide, camouflage (as rain that has hidden footprints by washing them away)

隱藏,偽裝limeŋ [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1055
li-moken

wild gray dove

野灰鴿muken [PMP]muken (X + muken

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1056
lindoŋ

shelter

避難所liduŋ [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1057
linog

earthquake

地震linuR [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1058
liŋ

sound of metals

金屬聲eliŋ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1059
liŋ

sound of metals

金屬聲liŋ₁ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1060
liŋiʔ

lean the head back

把頭往後仰liŋiq [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1061
liŋkob

surround with fence, encircle

圍籬li(ŋ)kub [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1062
liŋo

to cheat; be wrong

欺騙;犯錯liŋu [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1063
liot

around, encircle, surround

包圍,包圍,包圍liut₁ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1064
lipat

forget

忘記lipat [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1065
lipet

rice cooked and wrapped in banana leaf

香蕉葉飯lipet [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1066
lipit

clip on an object

夾在物體上liq(e)pit [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1067
lipit

clip on an object

夾在物體上lipit [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1068
lipok

knock or give a blow to a person, to box

敲或打某人,打盒子lipuk [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1069
lipot

encircle; press hard, as in war

包圍;使勁按,如在戰爭中liput₁ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1070
lisaʔ

baby louse

小蝨子lisehaq, liseqah [PMP]liseqeS

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1071
lisaʔ-an

lousy

糟糕的lisehaq, liseqah [PMP]liseqeS

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1072
litaŋag

look up

仰望

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1073
litaʔ

sap of a plant

植物的汁液liteq [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1074
litok

to bend

彎曲lituk₁ [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1075
liwag

miss, fail, renege

小姐,失敗,叛徒liwag [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1076
liwanag

enlighten, light up, clarify, return to reason

開悟,照亮,澄清,回歸理性借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1077
loa

whoa! stop an animal

哇哦!封鎖動物luá [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1078
loas

shed off skin, molt; undress

脫皮;脫衣luas₁ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1079
loas

shed off skin, molt; undress

脫皮;脫衣luas₂ [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1080
loas-en

underwear, underclothing

內衣,內衣luas₂ [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1081
lobed

wrestle

摔跤

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1082
lobek

trample, pound (as rice)

踐踏,磅(如米)

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1083
loboŋ

hut, barn, granary

小屋,穀倉,穀倉lumbuŋ₂ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1084
logit

to pry out; to separate the meat from the shell in copra making

撬開;在製作椰子時把肉與殼分開lugit [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1085
loiot

stretch

伸展luyut [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1086
lokob

lid, cover

蓋,蓋lukúb [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1087
lokob

lid, cover

蓋,蓋

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1088
lokot

roll, fold

翻滾,折疊lukut [PMP]lukut₁

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1089
lolon

roll, as in paper

紙卷lulun [PMP]luluN

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1090
lolon-a

roll it up (a mat)

卷起(墊子)lulun [PMP]luluN

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1091
loloŋ

prow

船首duluŋ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1092
lomay

aphrodisiac

催情藥lumay [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1093
lompaŋ

soften fiber by pounding

搗軟纖維lumpaŋ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1094
lompaŋ-aʔ

mortar in which fiber is pounded to soften it

搗成纖維使其軟化的灰漿lumpaŋ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1095
lompok

group

lumpuk [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1096
lonaw

sprout

發芽luh(e)naw [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1097
londay

to sail

航行lunday [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1098
lono

induce to go to sleep

催眠lunu₂ [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1099
lopak

club, whip, hit, knock

棍子,鞭子,打,敲

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1100
lopapek

dust

灰塵

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1101
lopay

tire

輪胎lupaypáy [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1102
lopit

crush, snag, caught in pressing matters, press

壓碎,卡住,陷入急事,壓榨luqepit [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1103
lopot

miss, lose right to title

小姐,失去頭銜的權利luput [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1104
losak

trample under foot (as a rice paddy prior to planting)

踐踏(如種植前的稻田)lucak [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1105
losiʔ

penis; retract the prepuce of penis

陰莖;縮回陰莖包皮lusiq [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1106
losiʔ-an

penis

陰莖lusiq [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1107
losog

drive away or down

開走或開走lu(n)cuR [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1108
losog

drive away or down

開走或開走lu(ŋ)suR [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1109
lotoʔ

provision of food on trip; to cook

在旅行中提供食物;做飯lutuq [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1110
loyaŋ

bronze

青銅luyaŋ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1111
ma-

stative prefix

狀態首碼ma-₁ [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1112
ma-bagani

brave

勇敢的ma-baRani [PWMP]baRani

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1113
ma-bekas

fast

快速的bekas₂ [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1114
madaŋ

sweet fruit of the breadfruit type: Artocarpus odoratissima Blco.

麵包果類型的甜水果:臭羅漢果。madaŋ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1115
ma-lasem

sour

酸的lasem [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1116
ma-lasem (〈 *ma-alsem)

sour

酸的ma-qalesem [PWMP]qalesem

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1117
ma-mara

dry, dried (as soil that has dried up, or clothes after washing)

幹的,幹的(如土壤幹了,或洗後的衣服)ma-maja [PMP]maja

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1118
mamis

sweet, cake, dessert

甜點,蛋糕,甜點ma-hemis [PAN]hemis

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1119
man

as if; then; like; pretend; emphasis

好像;然後;喜歡;假裝;強調man [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1120
ma-nipis

thin in dimension

尺寸薄ma-nipis [PMP]Nipis

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1121
manok

chicken

manuk [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1122
manok-an

poultry

家禽manuk-an [PWMP]manuk

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1123
manok-en

crosseyed

斜眼manuk-en [PPH]manuk

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1124
ma-olog

to drop

放下ma-huluR [PWMP]SuluR

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1125
ma-paʔit

bitter; hard, difficult

苦;難,難ma-paqit [PMP]paqiC

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1126
ma-pia

good, well, nice, fine

很好,很好,很好ma-pia [PMP]pia₂

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1127
ma-potiʔ

white

白色ma-putiq [PMP]putiq

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1128
mara

dry (as a riverbed)

幹的(作為河床)maja [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1129
marapatik

domesticated dove, dove, pigeon

家養鴿子,鴿子,鴿子借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1130
ma-rataʔ

bad, disagreeable, wrong, evil

壞的,討厭的,錯誤的,邪惡的ma-zaqat [PMP]zaqat

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1131
m-asem

sour, as vinegar or green mangos

酸的,如醋或青芒果ma-qalesem [PWMP]qalesem

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1132
mata

eye

眼睛mata [PMP]maCa

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1133
mata aloŋan

noble, royalty (‘eye of the day/sun’)

貴族,皇室('每日之眼/太陽')mata [PMP]maCa

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1134
matamenag

white, clear, bright

白色,透明,明亮

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1135
mata poket

mesh of net

mata nu puket [PWMP]maCa

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1136
mata trak

headlight

頭燈mata [PMP]maCa

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1137
m-atay

die

死亡m-atay [PMP]aCay

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1138
ma-taʔo

to have knowledge, know how (as in knowing how to act in a given situation)

有知識,知道如何(如知道如何在給定的情況下行動)ma-taqu₁ [PMP]Caqu

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1139
mbek

give a whacking or thudding sound

發出砰砰的聲音ebek [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1140
mbek

give a whacking or thudding sound

發出砰砰的聲音he(m)bek [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1141
mbolanaw

melt

熔化

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1142
mel

touch

觸摸hemel [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1143
m-etes

cross (as a lake)

十字架(如湖)etes₂ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1144
metes

to cross, as a lake

穿越,如湖偶然性

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1145
mia-karos

be scratched (as by a cat)

(如被貓)抓傷karus [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1146
m-i-a-tay so lawas

paralysis

麻痹m〈in〉aCay [PAN]aCay

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1147
mímis

shoof of plants, especially cogon grass

一望無際的植物,尤指可哥豆草mimis₁ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1148
mimis

type of rice

水稻類型mímis₂ [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1149
minaŋa

outlet, mouth of river or stream

河口minaŋa [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1150
minsan

kinship --- first degree

親情——一級minsan [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1151
mis

sweetness

甜味hemis [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1152
mokas

trigger, spring

扳機,彈簧

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1153
monoʔ

kill

殺死maŋ-bunuq [PWMP]buNuq₂

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1154
montay

grape, lime (fruit), orange

葡萄、酸橙(水果)、柳丁muntay [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1155
montiaʔ

jewel, gem

寶石,寶石借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1156
montiaʔ-an

bejeweled person; diamond mine

寶石人;鑽石礦借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1157
mostasa

mustard; broccoli

芥末;西蘭花借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1158
moton

pulley

滑輪借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1159
namog

dew

露水ñamuR [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1160
nanas

pineapple

鳳梨借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1161
nanas-an

pineapple plantation or field

鳳梨種植園或田地借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1162
nanaʔ

pus

膿液nanaq [PMP]naNaq

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1163
naŋa

hard rattan

硬藤naŋa₂ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1164
nap

scale

規模enap [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1165
nara

a tree: Pterocarpus indica

一棵樹:印度紫檀nara [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1166
natek

starch from palm tree

棕櫚樹澱粉natek [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1167
nati

calf

小牛nati [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1168
neb

roam around; spread

四處遊蕩;散佈qeneb₂ [PMP]qeNeb₂

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1169
neg

hear, hearing

聽,聽

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1170
nek

sound asleep

酣睡

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1171
nem

six

enem [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1172
nem-nem

only six; group of six

只有六個;六人組enem enem [PMP]enem

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1173
neneŋ

see, discern with the eye

看,用眼睛看NeŋNeŋ [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1174
neŋ

observe by sight; sight

目測Neŋ [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1175
neŋ

observe by sight; sight

目測

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1176
nigo

winnowing basket

風選籃niRu [PMP]Rinu

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1177
niog

coconut, Cocos nucifera L.

椰子,椰子。niuR [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1178
nipay

snake, serpent

蛇,蛇nipay [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1179
nipaʔ

Nipa fruticans Thunb. – nipa palm

。–尼帕棕櫚nipaq [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1180
nipis

thinness

nipis [PMP]Nipis

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1181
nipis-i

flatten; to make thin (as wood by whittling)

使變平;使變薄nipis [PMP]Nipis

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1182
niwaŋ

thinness

niwaŋ [PMP]Niwaŋ

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1183
nonaŋ

a tree: Cordia dichotoma

一棵樹:心二分法hanunaŋ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1184
nonaŋ

a tree: Cordia dichotoma

一棵樹:心二分法qaNuNaŋ [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1185
nonok

banyan tree: Ficus sp.

榕樹:榕樹。nunuk [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1186
nosa

(< #Malay?) island in Lake Lanao

(<馬來語?)拉諾湖的島嶼nusa₁ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1187
ŋaran

name

名稱ŋajan [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1188
ŋaʔ

moo, baa

穆巴eŋaq [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1189
ŋeni

beg, ask for (as money)

乞討ŋeni [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1190
ŋeŋer

growl, howl, grunt

咆哮,嚎叫,咕噥ŋerŋer [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1191
ŋ-gibo

thousand

Ribu [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1192
ŋilo

rasping sensation

刺痛ŋilu [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1193
ŋiŋi

angle of the mouth

嘴角ŋiŋi [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1194
ŋipən

tooth

牙齒ŋipen [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1195
ŋiroŋ

nose

鼻子ŋijuŋ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1196
o

source particle

源粒子qu₂ [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1197
oalo-alo

eight only, eights

八只,八只walu walu [PMP]walu

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1198
oaw

thirst

口渴quhaw [PMP]quSaw

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1199
obat

gunpowder

火藥借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1200
obi

sweet potato: Ipomoea batatas

甘薯:甘薯qubi [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1201
obod

shoot, bud

芽,芽qubuj [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1202
obos

finish, consume, liquidate

完成、消耗、清算qubus [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1203
obos

finish, consume, liquidate

完成、消耗、清算ubus [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1204
odaŋ

shrimp, crayfish, lobster

蝦、小龍蝦、龍蝦qudaŋ [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1205
ogat

blood vessel, lymphatic vessel; nerve

血管、淋巴管、神經uRat [PMP]huRaC

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1206
ogis

albino

白化病quRis [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1207
ogis

albino

白化病uRis [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1208
ogop

help, serve

幫助,服務uRup [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1209
oiag

alive; provide; living; arouse; stimulate, encourage

活著;提供;活著;喚起;刺激;鼓勵quyag [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1210
oiot

pouch, pocket

袋,袋uyut₁ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1211
oit

take over, bring, carry

捕手,帶來,攜帶uit₂ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1212
okab

open

打開hu(ŋ)kab [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1213
okas

cut, trigger

切斷,觸發hukas [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1214
oki

pet name for girls

女孩的昵稱uki [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1215
okir

designs usually carved and painted; carve elaborately

通常雕刻和繪畫的圖案;精心雕刻ukir [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1216
okom

control

控制借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1217
okop

airtight; protect from evaporation, as in perfume

不透氣的;防止蒸發的,如在香水中ukup [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1218
okop

airtight; protect from evaporation, as perfume

密封的;防止蒸發的,如香水

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1219
okop-aʔ

airtight bottle for perfume

密封香水瓶ukup [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1220
okor

luck, fortune; lucky; fate; specify, limit

運氣,運氣;運氣;命運;指定,限制借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1221
olaleŋ

echo

回聲

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1222
olam

refreshment

點心qulam [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1223
olan

moon, month; pregnancy duration

月;妊娠期bulan₃ [PMP]bulaN

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1224
olan-aʔ

moonlight night

月光之夜bulan₃ [PMP]bulaN

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1225
olan-olan

month

bulan-bulan₂ [PMP]bulaN

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1226
olayan

a tree used for lumber and firewood

用作木材和木柴的樹ulayan [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1227
olaʔol

to wail, weep, cry

哭,哭,哭ulaqul [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1228
oled

worm; snake

蠕蟲;蛇qulej [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1229
olep

sink deeper

沉得更深

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1230
oles

together; two using the same #malong (skirt-like garment with open ends)

一起;兩人使用相同的馬龍(開口的裙子狀衣服)qules₂ [PMP]qules

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1231
oles

together, of two using the same #malong (sarong)

兩個人一起用同一個馬龍ules [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1232
olig

bunch, as of bananas

一串,如香蕉buliR [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1233
olin

coach; steer; manage the affairs of another

指導;指導;管理他人的事務qulin [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1234
olin-aʔ

abaft; steering mechanism

轉向機構qulin [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1235
oliʔ

vagina; name for female sex, term of endearment

陰道buliq₂ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1236
olo

head; leader, manager, captain

首長;領導,經理,船長qulu [PMP]quluh

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1237
olog

fall, drop, abort (intentional)

墜落,墜落,中止(故意)huluR [PMP]SuluR

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1238
olog-olog

ridicule, mock

嘲笑,嘲笑ulug [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1239
olon

lay head on top of something

把頭靠在某物上qulun₂ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1240
olon-an

pillow, cushion, head of bed

枕頭、靠墊、床頭qulun-an [PMP]qulun₂

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1241
oma

farm, field, meadow

農場、田野、草地quma [PMP]qumah

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1242
oman

add, include; number; frequent; repeatedly

添加,包括;數位;頻繁;重複quman [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1243
oman

add, include, frequent, repeatedly

添加、包含、頻繁、重複uman [PMP]umaN

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1244
oman-oman

often, frequently, always, usually

經常,經常,總是,通常quman-quman [PWMP]quman

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1245
omaw

simple-minded, innocent person, dullard

頭腦簡單,無辜的人,笨蛋umaw [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1246
ombak

artesian well; water pump

自流井humbak [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1247
ombak-ombak

artesian well; water pump

自流井humbak-humbak [PWMP]humbak

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1248
ombak-ombak

artesian well; water pump; pump

自流井;水泵;水泵umbak umbak [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1249
ombaw

exceed, go higher than another

超越,超越umbaw [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1250
ombon

fontanel

囟門hubun₁ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1251
ombon-ombon-an

fontanel

囟門hubun hubun [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1252
ombon-ombon-an

fontanel

囟門ubun (ubun [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1253
omor

longevity; demise

壽命借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1254
ona

ahead; lead; first

領先unah [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1255
onab

to wash

unab [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1256
onab-aʔ

washbowl, wash vessel

洗臉盆、洗臉盆unab [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1257
ona-ona

go ahead; priority; first to come or go

優先權unah-unah [PPH]unah

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1258
ondan

in addition, furthermore

此外,還有unzan [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1259
ondaŋ

primer -- alphabet

底漆字母表借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1260
ondaŋ-ondaŋ

primer, cardboard

底漆,紙板借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1261
oni

sound

聲音huni [PMP]Suni

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1262
onos

strong wind

強風qunus [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1263
onos-onos

typhoon, storm, tornado

颱風,風暴,龍捲風qunus qunus [PMP]qunus

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1264
onsoi

pipe

借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1265
ontoŋ

luck, fortune, blessing

幸運,幸運,祝福借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1266
oŋa

fruit

水果buŋa [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1267
oŋa atiŋ

rash

皮疹buŋa [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1268
oŋab

mouth naturally open

嘴巴自然張開

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1269
oŋkir

disbelieve, disregard, oppose

不相信,漠視,反對uŋkir [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1270
oŋkit

ask for repetition, ask for further explanation

要求重複,要求進一步解釋噪聲

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1271
opak

split, break

分開,分開hupak [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1272
opama

example, instance; if, suppose

例如,實例;假設借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1273
opas

stalk of banana

香蕉莖upas₂ [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1274
opaw

shave hair; bald head

剃頭upaw [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1275
opaw

shave hair; bald head

剃頭噪聲

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1276
opis

bark, peeling, skin; fade, peel off

樹皮、剝落、剝落;褪色、剝落upis [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1277
oran

rain

quzan [PMP]quzaN

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1278
oraŋ

scorpion

蠍子qudaŋ [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1279
ori

behind, late

落後,遲到udehi [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1280
ori-an

rear; behind; last; later; result

後;後;最後;後;結果udehi-an [PWMP]udehi

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1281
oriŋ

charcoal, coal, soot; blacken by soot

炭,煤,煤煙;被煤煙熏黑qujiŋ [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1282
oriŋ-aʔ

pit for making charcoal

木炭坑qujiŋ [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1283
ori-ori

last to come, one at the end of the line; hindmost, rearmost

最後一個,排在最後一個;最後一個,排在最後一個udehi [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1284
orip

reweave, patch up, repair a mat

翻修,修補,修理墊子qudip₁ [PAN]qudip

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1285
orip

reweave, patch up, repair a mat

翻修,修補,修理墊子udip [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1286
oripen

slave, servant

奴隸,僕人qudipen [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1287
oros

slide up and down

上下滑動hurus [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1288
os

chew sugarcane

嚼甘蔗ququs [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1289
osay

to explain, elucidate; preface

解釋,闡明;序言usay [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1290
osek

rot, rotten

腐爛,腐爛bucek [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1291
osog

satisfied

滿意的busuR₃ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1292
osok

stick with a sharp point

用鋒利的尖端usuk [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1293
otan

weed, grass

雜草,草qutan [PMP]quCaN

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1294
otaŋ

bill, debt; credit; owe; kill

帳單、債務、信用證、欠款、殺戮qutaŋ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1295
otaraʔ

Northeast monsoon

東北季風借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1296
otas

sever completely, cut off completely

完全切斷,完全切斷qutas [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1297
otaʔ

regurgitate, spit, disgorge

反芻、吐痰、吐口水utaq [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1298
otek

brain; mind

頭腦hutek [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1299
otek

brain; mind

頭腦qutek [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1300
otin

penis, name for male (endearing term)

陰莖,男性的名字(可愛的術語)qutin [PMP]qutiN

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1301
oto

lunch; eat noon meal

午餐;吃正餐ugtu [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1302
oto-n

eat during lunch time, lunch on

午餐時間吃,午餐時間ugtu [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1303
otos

cajole

哄騙utus₂ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1304
otoʔ

boy

男孩utuq [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1305
pabo

turkey

火雞借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1306
padaw

sailboat

帆船padaw [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1307
padeŋ

put out, as a fire, turn off a light

把火撲滅,把燈關掉padeŋ [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1308
padiʔan

market, week

市場,周借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1309
padiʔan pasal

daily market, supermarket

日用品市場、量販店借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1310
paga

attic

閣樓paRa₁ [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1311
pag-abagat-an

south

南方habaRat [PMP]SabaRat

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1312
paga-paga

attic-like garret

閣樓式閣樓paRa paRa [PMP]paRa₁

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1313
pag-apoi-an

fireplace

壁爐paR-hapuy-an [PWMP]Sapuy

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1314
pag-ari

brother, sister

兄弟姐妹paR-huaji [PWMP]Suaji

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1315
pagari-aʔ

friend, chum, pal

朋友,朋友,朋友paR-huaji [PWMP]Suaji

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1316
pagari-n

give birth to another child

生另一個孩子paR-huaji [PWMP]Suaji

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1317
pagaw

hoarse voice

沙啞的聲音paRaw [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1318
pagi

stingray

黃貂魚paRih [PMP]paRiS

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1319
pag-idas

brother-in-law when two men marry two sisters

當兩個男人娶兩個姐妹時idas₁ [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1320
pag-iŋat

be careful

小心paR-iŋat [PWMP]iŋat

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1321
pag-itaʔ

threat, threaten

威脅,威脅qitaq [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1322
pa-ka-

causative prefix

致使首碼pa-₂ [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1323
paka-

causative of object voice (McKaughan 1958:27)

賓語的致使語(McCaughan 1958:27)pa-ka- [PAN]pa-₂

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1324
pakan

woof

嗚嗚pakan [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1325
pakaw

handle

手柄pakaw [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1326
pa-ki-

causative prefix

致使首碼pa-₂ [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1327
pako

a fern: Athyrium esculentum (Retz.) Copel

蕨類植物:蹄蓋蕨paku [PWMP]paheku

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1328
pakot

sword band

劍帶pakut [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1329
pala

shovel, spade

鏟子,鏟子借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1330
palad

palm of the hand, sole of the foot

手掌,腳底palaj₁ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1331
pa-lagoy

run away, escape; flight; elope

逃跑,逃跑;逃跑;私奔pa-laRiw [PMP]laRiw

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1332
palaŋ

spotted, dappled

斑點,斑駁palaŋ₂ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1333
palaŋgan-aʔ

basin

盆地借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1334
palaŋkaʔ

stage, platform

舞臺、平臺借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1335
palapaʔ

spices, flavor

香料、香料palapaq [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1336
palapaʔ-an

rib, midrib of a leaf

肋骨,葉子的中脈palaqpaq [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1337
palata

white fish about 2" long: Puntius palata Herre

大約2“長的白魚:齶尖魚palata [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1338
palias

magic power giving invulnerability

神力給予無懈可擊借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1339
palid

separate chaff from grain, blown away

把穀糠和穀粒分開,吹走palij [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1340
palikat

cloth with checkered pattern

方格布借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1341
paliŋ

one-eyed person, one who has impaired vision

獨眼的人,視力受損的人paq(e)liŋ [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1342
paliʔ

wound, cut

傷口,傷口paq(e)liŋ [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1343
paliʔ

wound, cut

傷口,傷口paliq₂ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1344
paloŋ-an

trough

水槽paluŋ-an [PWMP]paluŋ₁

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1345
pamaiandeg

stand upright

站直

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1346
pampam

harlot, prostitute

妓女,妓女借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1347
pampan

harlot, prostitute

妓女,妓女pampám [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1348
pampaŋ

cliff; steep, as in contour of earth

懸崖;陡峭的,如在地球的輪廓上paŋpaŋ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1349
panaw

white itchy spot on skin which is caused by fungus

真菌引起的皮膚白斑panaw₁ [PMP]panaw

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1350
panaw

journey; roam

旅行panaw₂ [PMP]paNaw

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1351
panaw-n

be covered by ringworm

被癬覆蓋panaw-en [PWMP]panaw

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1352
panaʔ

bow; shoot with arrow

弓箭panaq [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1353
pandan

hemp

大麻paŋedan [PMP]paŋudaN

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1354
pandan-an

#maguey plantation, #ramie plantation

#馬蓋伊種植園,苧麻種植園paŋedan [PMP]paŋudaN

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1355
pandaŋ

stare at, look at carefully

注視,仔細注視借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1356
panday

craftsmen such as carpenters or masons; midwife

工匠,如木匠或泥瓦匠;助產士借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1357
pandoŋ

temporary building; stage, raised flooring

臨時建築;舞臺、活動地板pa(n)duŋ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1358
paneb

fish for shellfish, dive

潛水貝類魚

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1359
paneb

fish for shellfish

貝類魚

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1360
panik

ascend, climb stairs or ladder

上、爬樓梯或梯子panahik [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1361
paniki

baby bat

蝙蝠寶寶paniki [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1362
panit

leather, hide, skin

皮,皮,皮panit [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1363
panos

sour

酸的panuqus [PPH]panúqus

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1364
pantalan

wharf, dock, pier

碼頭、碼頭、碼頭借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1365
pantar

level, flat, even, plane surface

水準、平坦、平坦、平面pa(n)tar₁ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1366
pantay

field, meadow

田野,草地pantay [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1367
paŋa

horn

喇叭paŋa₁ [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1368
paŋa

horn

喇叭paŋah [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1369
paŋanay

firstborn

長子paŋánay [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1370
paŋayaw

engage in piracy

從事海盜活動pa-ŋayaw [PWMP]ŋayaw

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1371
paŋayaw-an

place where slaves are captured

奴隸被俘的地方pa-ŋayaw [PWMP]ŋayaw

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1372
paŋgaw

elevate, raise up; bed

抬起,抬起;床paŋgaw [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1373
paŋgaw

bed, off the floor and high; elevate, raise up

床,離地而高;抬起,抬起借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1374
paŋi

poisonous squash: Pangium edule Reinw.

毒南瓜:帶魚paŋi [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1375
paŋ-isdaʔ

fish

sidáq [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1376
paŋkat

higher; excel; promotion; prestige

更高;卓越;晉升;聲望借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1377
papak

wing; break, chip off

機翼;折斷pakpak₁ [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1378
papak

to break, chip off

折斷papak [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1379
papak-an

flying fish

飛魚pakpak₁ [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1380
papan

lumber, board; arrange checkers or chess (pieces) on board

木材,木板;在木板上放置跳棋或棋子papan [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1381
papaʔ

bite, chew

咬,嚼paqpaq₁ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1382
papaʔ

shoots of vegetables

菜苗papaq₁ [PMP]papaq

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1383
papaʔ

bite, chew

咬,嚼

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1384
parak

scatter

分散借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1385
parak

scatter (as people scattered about and residing in different locations)

分散(人們分散居住在不同的地方)噪聲

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1386
parakol

axe, hatchet

斧頭,斧頭借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1387
paraŋai

character, behavior, habit

性格、行為、習慣借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1388
paras

face, looks, appearance

臉,相貌,外表paras₂ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1389
paras

face, looks, appearance

臉,相貌,外表借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1390
pariaʔ

succulent vegetable with quinine bitter taste: Momordica charantia L.

苦味奎寧肉質蔬菜:苦瓜。pariaq [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1391
parpeg

hit, beat

打,打

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1392
pasaŋ

to aim, as a firearm

瞄準pasaŋ₂ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1393
pasaŋ

to bet, as in card game

下注,如在紙牌遊戲中pasaŋ₃ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1394
pasaŋ-an

set, as of #kolintang (gongs) or buttons

一套,如銅鑼或鈕扣pasaŋ₁ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1395
pasek

post, pillar

柱子pacek [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1396
pasek

post, pillar

柱子pasek [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1397
pat

four

epat [PMP]Sepat

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1398
patag-an

height, rampart, level part

高度、坡道、水準部分pataR₁ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1399
patag-an

level part

水準部分pataR-an [PWMP]pataR₂

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1400
pataw

float for net

浮網patáw [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1401
p-atay

death; die

死亡p-atay [PMP]aCay

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1402
pataʔ

cut down

削減pataq [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1403
pated

block, log; cut, chop

木塊pated [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1404
pateŋ

stare

凝視

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1405
patis

sauce obtained from salted fish

鹹魚汁借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1406
patok

axe, hatchet

斧頭,斧頭pa(n)tuk₂ [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1407
patot

proper, fitting, due

合適,合適,到期借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1408
pawikan

giant turtle

巨龜pawíkan [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1409
payapay

shake, tremble, vibrate; wave

搖動payapay [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1410
payopas

broom, sweep

掃帚,掃帚payupas [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1411
paʔan

bait

誘餌paen [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1412
paʔis

wrap in green leaf and roast

綠葉包烤paqis [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1413
paʔit

fish of Cyprinid family (from bitter taste)

鯉魚科魚類(苦味)paqit₁ [PWMP]paqit

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1414
paʔit-an

kind of bitter banana

一種苦香蕉paqit-an [PPH]paqiC

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1415
paʔos

hoarse

沙啞的借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1416
pedaŋ

rapier, sword

劍,劍借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1417
pedes

pain, smart (feeling)

痛苦,聰明(感覺)hapejes [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1418
pediʔ

longing for particular food, hunger for something particular; appetite

渴望某種食物,渴望某種特殊的東西;食欲hapejiq [PMP]Sapejiq

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1419
pedo

spleen; bitter

脾;苦qapejux [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1420
pegeŋ

firmly, hold strongly

穩住,穩住pegeŋ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1421
peges

force a husband on a daughter

強迫丈夫生女兒peRes [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1422
peka

break, snap, as chains

折斷,折斷,像鏈條一樣peka [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1423
pekaŋ

tear apart body of live victim

撕開活人屍體pekaŋ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1424
pekel

choke, strangle

窒息pekel [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1425
peket

to attach, include

附加,包括peket [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1426
pekoʔ

bent, bend, crooked

彎曲,彎曲,彎曲pekuq₁ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1427
pelaʔam

suffer pains in silence; hold the breath

默默忍受痛苦;屏住呼吸pelaqam [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1428
peled

sourness of taste

味酸apeled [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1429
peled

sourness of taste

味酸peled [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1430
pelos

slip off

溜走pelus [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1431
pelos

slip off

溜走

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1432
pelpel

abound, full of (as a lake full of fish)

富足,充滿(如充滿魚的湖)pelpel [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1433
pempen

provision sufficiently

充分提供penpen₁ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1434
pened

formal gathering

正式聚會pened₂ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1435
penoʔ

fill up (as a grave with dirt)

把(像墳墓裏的)土填滿peNuq [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1436
pepeg

to box, give a blow

打到盒子上,打一拳pegpeg₁ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1437
pepeg

to box, give a blow

打到盒子上,打一拳peRpeR [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1438
peper

see to completion, go all the way

完成任務,一路走perper₁ [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1439
perek

wink

眨眼pedek [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1440
peros

slide the palm on, rub off

滑動手掌,擦去hap(e)rus [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1441
pes

dull sound, as a scythe makes against the grass

低沉的聲音,如鐮刀在草地上發出的聲音pes [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1442
pesel

press, as button between fingers

按,如手指間的按鈕pecel [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1443
peso

hole; bore a hole

鑽孔pesu₁ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1444
pia

good, well, plentiful

很好,很好,很多pia₂ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1445
piak

chick

小雞piak [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1446
pidaso

bolt of cloth

布條借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1447
pik

dull sound of a gun misfired

槍聲低沉pik [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1448
pik

dull sound of gun misfired

槍聲低沉qepik [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1449
pikeg

bend something stiff

使某物彎曲pi(ŋ)keR [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1450
piket

to stick, as fingers sticking together

粘在一起,就像手指粘在一起piket₂ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1451
pikí

type of cloth

布料類型piki [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1452
pikit

attach, stick on, paste

貼上,粘上,粘貼pikit [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1453
piko

mattock

馬托克借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1454
pikol

to bend (as a branch)

彎曲(如樹枝)pikul [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1455
pikoʔ

to curve, swerve

轉彎pikuq₁ [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1456
pikoʔ-an

a curve (as in a road)

曲線(如在道路上)pikuq₁ [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1457
pilit

paste, glue, stick

糊,膠,粘pilit₁ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1458
piliʔ

choose, select

選擇,選擇piliq [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1459
pindiŋ

belt

借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1460
pindit

hold with or between the fingers

用或夾在手指之間pi(n)zit [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1461
pintas

take away from, disturb, as one does the luck of a gambler

把賭徒的運氣奪走,擾亂pintás [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1462
pintoʔ

door, gate, passageway

門、門、通道借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1463
piŋgan

plate, China

中國板借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1464
piŋkit

sticking together; web-footed

粘在一起;蹼足pikit [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1465
pipil

to beat, whip (as a woman beating her child on the back)

打,鞭打(像一個女人在背後打她的孩子)pilpil [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1466
pipino

cucumber

黃瓜借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1467
pipiʔ

to wash, launder

洗,洗piqpiq [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1468
pira

how much?, how many?

多少錢?,多少?pijax [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1469
pirak

money; silver

金錢借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1470
pirek

blink, wink

眨眼,眨眼pidek₁ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1471
pisek

blind

失明的picek [PWMP]picek₁

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1472
pit

bottom-most part of pot of rice

鍋底大部分epit₁ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1473
pitas

to break, as an engagement for marriage

破裂,作為婚姻的約定pi(n)tas [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1474
pitik

slingshot

彈弓pitik₁ [PMP]pitik

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1475
pito

seven

pitu₁ [PAN]pitu

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1476
pito

whistle

吹口哨借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1477
pitoaʔ

explain, discourse, talk, explanation

解釋,談話,談話,解釋借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1478
pito poloʔ

seventy

七十pitu₁ [PAN]pitu

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1479
piʔaŋ

lame; cripple

跛足的借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1480
poag

harvest honey from honeycomb

從蜂巢裏采蜜puhaR [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1481
poas

go away

走開puas [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1482
poasa

fast, fasting

快,快借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1483
podoŋ

native hat; top of hat

本地帽

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1484
pogad

take off the hen’s nest, remove from nest

把雞窩取下來,從雞窩裏取出來pugad [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1485
pokao

awaken, revive

蘇醒,蘇醒pukaw₃ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1486
pokas

disjoin, disengage

分離,分離pukas₂ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1487
poket

net

puket₁ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1488
poki

external female genitalia

女性外生殖器puki [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1489
polid

to roll on the other side

在另一邊滾動pulij [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1490
poliŋ

mote

塵埃puliŋ₂ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1491
polo

island

借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1492
polot-an

Uvaria Leytensis Elm., Merr.; sticky pink rice

懸雍垂pulut [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1493
ponai

Osmotreron sp. --- green pigeons

Osmotreronsp.——綠鴿punay [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1494
ponas

erase, clean up

清除,清理punas [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1495
pondot

pick up with fingers

用手指撿起pundut [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1496
pondot

pick up with fingers

用手指撿起pu(n)zut [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1497
poni

Marattia sp. -- tree fern

馬蹄蓮puni₁ [PMP]puni

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1498
poniti

knuckle, box, fistfight

拳擊,拳擊,拳擊借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1499
ponoʔ-an

tree trunk; mainline, ancestry

樹幹;主線,祖先puqun-an [PWMP]puqun

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1500
ponta

point, as point of a plow

點,如犁的點借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1501
pontir

bag

pu(n)tir [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1502
popo

harvest fruit

收穫果實pupu₁ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1503
popod

consume, use up all materials

消耗,用盡所有資料pudpud [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1504
popok

mallet; pound, hammer, knock, beat; copulate, have close or intimate body contact

pukpuk [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1505
popon

appropriate all to oneself

各取所需punpun [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1506
popor

break or chip off

斷裂或切屑噪聲

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1507
popor

break or chip off

斷裂或切屑噪聲

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1508
popos

perform as scheduled, finish as scheduled (as a job)

按計畫執行,按計畫完成(作為工作)puspus₁ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1509
popot

rubbish

垃圾putput₁ [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1510
popoʔ

wash private parts

清洗私人零件puqpuq₂ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1511
poron

gather into one place, lump together

聚在一處,聚在一起pudun [PMP]puduN

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1512
pos

stub, butt, cinder, unconsumed part of firewood; end

木柴未消耗部分的灰燼、煙蒂、煙蒂;端部epus [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1513
posed

navel; deepest part of water; deep

肚臍;水的最深處;深的pusej [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1514
posed-an

hole where powder is ignited in cannon

炮內火藥點火孔pusej [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1515
posoŋ

epigastrium

上腹部pusuŋ₂ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1516
posoŋ

epigastrium, epigastralia

上腹部pus(e)quŋ [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1517
posoʔ

banana flower; heart

香蕉花pusuq₁ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1518
pot

puffing sound, as from exhaust

從排氣口發出的喘氣聲eput [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1519
pot

puffing sound, as from exhaust

從排氣口發出的喘氣聲put₁ [PWMP]put

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1520
potik

mud; rice paddy

泥;稻穀putik₃ [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1521
potiʔ

whiten, bleach; sharpen

漂白putiq [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1522
poto

cake made of grated cassava

木薯碎餅借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1523
potol

cut (as wood), break (as in breaking twigs off a tree)

砍斷(如木頭),折斷(如折斷樹枝)putul [PMP]putun

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1524
potos

to breathe last breath, die

最後一口氣,死putus₂ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1525
potot

diminutive person of very small stature

身材矮小的人putut₂ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1526
potpot

puff, blow; launch

吹,吹;發射putput₂ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1527
poʔon

begin, emerged out of; cause, derivation

開始,出現;起因,派生puqun [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1528
poʔon-an

cause, source, basis; capital

原因、來源、依據;資本puqun-an [PWMP]puqun

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1529
puni

tree fern: Marattia sp.

樹蕨:馬拉ttiasp。apuni [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1530
rabot

anger, rage

憤怒,憤怒rabut [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1531
raga

lady, maid, girl who is unmarried; female slave

女子,女僕,未婚女子;女奴daRa₂ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1532
ragami

rice stalk, straw

稻草zaRami [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1533
ragat

sea, ocean

大海,大海daRat [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1534
ragit

to capture, as bird of prey captures

捕捉daRit [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1535
ragom

needle

zaRum [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1536
ragon

year, harvest time

年,收穫期dag(e)qún [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1537
r-aken

1sg oblique

1sg斜aken₁ [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1538
ramag

shine, lustre

光澤,光澤damaR₁ [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1539
rambayoŋ

a creeper: Ipomoea pes-caprae

匍匐莖:甘薯rambayuŋ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1540
rambit

carry with the hand; handgrip, as of a bag

用手拿;把手,如包ra(m)bit [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1541
rampas

remove, deprive

移除,剝奪raŋ(e)pas [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1542
ranaw

lake

danaw [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1543
rantas

cut

ra(n)tas [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1544
raŋ

sound

聲音qeraŋ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1545
raŋ

sound

聲音raŋ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1546
raŋaw

measure by using stretched thumb and finger as measuring tool; measuring worm, caterpillar

用伸出的拇指和手指作量具量測;量測蝸杆、毛毛蟲daŋaw [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1547
raŋgak

sound made by difficult breathing, as in asthma, or when dying

呼吸困難發出的聲音,如哮喘或死亡時發出的聲音

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1548
raŋit

anger

憤怒

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1549
raŋkep

do many things simultaneously

同時做許多事情raŋkep₂ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1550
rapit

fetch a person; transport

接送某人;運送dapit [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1551
rapog

bonfire; build a fire

篝火;生火dapuR₁ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1552
rapog

bonfire; build a bonfire

篝火dapuR₂ [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1553
rara

weave a mat or a basket

編織墊子或籃子laja [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1554
rasa

coating, nutricious part of food

食品的營養成分借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1555
rataʔ

sad, sadness, unhappy; bad

悲傷,悲傷,不快樂;壞的zaqat [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1556
raway

fishhook; fishline with hooks

魚鉤借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1557
raya

upriver

上游daya [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1558
raʔon

leaf

dahun [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1559
regas

to pound, as rice

敲打deR(e)qas [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1560
reges

water current

水流deRes [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1561
regiŋ

to parrot, make a noise or to parrot

鸚鵡學舌deRiŋ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1562
rego

groan

呻吟deRu [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1563
reket

paste; attach; bear fruit

漿糊deket₁ [PMP]dekeC

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1564
reket

to paste, attach

粘貼,附加reket [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1565
rembut

confuse, mix up, confusion

混淆,混淆,混淆re(m)but [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1566
rendeŋ

rainy season; winter; wet season

雨季;冬天;雨季rendeŋ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1567
reneb

impregnated with water

浸水reneb [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1568
reŋkeg

pensive

沉思的reŋkeg [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1569
reŋok

snore

打鼾

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1570
repa

fathom --- a measure

深淵——一種量測depah [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1571
repeŋ

equal, even dimensions, height

相等、均勻的尺寸、高度repeŋ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1572
repok

rotten wood

腐爛的木頭repuk [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1573
resik

dirty; filthy

骯髒的;骯髒的recik [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1574
reteb

gnaw, nibble

啃,啃

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1575
retiʔ

germinate

發芽retiq [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1576
rigeŋ

roar

咆哮

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1577
rimbit

pregnancy; encumber

懷孕rimbit [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1578
riŋkit

stick together

粘在一起diŋkit [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1579
riŋkit

stick together

粘在一起ri(ŋ)kit [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1580
riŋkit

stick together

粘在一起ziŋkit [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1581
ripes

frequent; near one another

頻繁的;接近的偶然性

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1582
ririk

cut down (small trees); mow (grass)

砍伐(小樹);割草lidik [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1583
ritas

separate, cut off

分開,切斷ri(n)tas [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1584
robak

to hammer; sledge hammer

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1585
robaŋ

seedling

幼苗rubaŋ [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1586
robaŋ-aʔ

greenhouse, seedling bed of rice

溫室、水稻苗床rubaŋ [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1587
rogo

corner

zuRu [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1588
rogoŋ

thunder

打雷ru(ŋ)guŋ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1589
rogoŋ

thunder

打雷

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1590
rogoʔ

blood

zuRuq [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1591
rokot

loneliness

孤獨dukut₁ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1592
rokoʔ

obeisance, prostrate in Islamic prayer

敬拜,在伊斯蘭祈禱中俯伏ru(ŋ)kuq [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1593
ronot

old, as of fabric

舊的,如織物rúnut [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1594
roran

cargo, transport

貨物、運輸lujan [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1595
roros

slide down

向下滑動rusrus₂ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1596
rotem

dark, as clouds in stormy skies

黑暗,如暴風雨中的雲

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1597
sa

particle --- close

粒子---閉合sa₄ [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1598
sabaŋ

shore, mouth of a river

海岸,河口sabaŋ₁ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1599
sabit

clasp, hook on

鉤住saqebit [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1600
sabit

to clasp, hook on

緊扣sabit [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1601
sabit-an

belt

saqebit-án [PPH]saqebit

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1602
sablay

drape

懸垂sab(e)láy [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1603
sageb

get water, fetch water

打水,打水saR(e)qeb [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1604
sagid

to pass by

路過saq(e)gid [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1605
sagisir

hiss

嘶嘶聲

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1606
sagitsit

shuffling noise, hiss

洗牌聲、嘶嘶聲sagitsit [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1607
sago

smell peculiar to a body prepared for burial

準備埋葬的屍體所特有的氣味sagu₂ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1608
sakab

to swallow

吞咽sa(ŋ)kab [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1609
sakal

hoe, pike

鋤頭,梭魚sa(ŋ)kal [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1610
sakat

step up, rise up

站起來,站起來sakat [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1611
sakem

catch (as a ball), reach (as fruit on a tree)

接住(如球),伸手(如樹上的果實)sakém [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1612
sakep

catch, capture

抓住,抓住sakep [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1613
sakesiʔ

witness

目擊者借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1614
sakit

disease, sickness, pain, ache, ailment, hurt

疾病,疾病,疼痛,疼痛,疾病,傷害sakit [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1615
sakit a bebay

gonorrhea (sickness of a woman)

淋病sakit [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1616
sakop

follower, serf

跟隨者,農奴sakup₂ [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1617
saksak

tear, split, cut into small pieces

撕成碎片saksak₁ [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1618
saladeŋ

deer

鹿saladeŋ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1619
salag

nest

salaR [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1620
salamin

eye glasses

眼鏡借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1621
salapa

betel nut case

檳榔盒calapaʔ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1622
salapa

betel nut case

檳榔盒salapa [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1623
salasaɁ

floor

地板噪聲

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1624
salasaʔ

split, break

分開,分開

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1625
salatan

wind, breeze

風,風salatan [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1626
salaʔ

crime, mistake, fault, sin

罪,錯,錯,罪salaq₁ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1627
salaʔ-an

to fine

罰款salaq-an [PWMP]salaq₁

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1628
salday

comb

梳子偶然性

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1629
salem

darkening, as of the sun

黑暗的,如太陽

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1630
saleneb

dip, sink

下沉,下沉

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1631
salimatek

leech

水蛭sali-matek [PWMP]-matek

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1632
salin

change, transform, copy, rewrite

更改、轉換、複製、重寫salin [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1633
salin-en

to change, as behavior; to copy, as a book

改變,作為行為;複製,作為一本書salin [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1634
salod

catch with container, as water from gutter or faucet

用容器收集,如來自排水溝或水龍頭的水saluD [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1635
salod-aɁ

gutter of roof

天溝saluD [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1636
salokob

thimble

頂針salúkub [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1637
salosog

to stitch, sew; baste

salugsúg [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1638
salosok

tool for weeding, shaped like a spatula

除草工具,形狀像抹刀s〈al〉uksuk [PWMP]suksuk

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1639
salosok

tool for weeding --- shaped like spatula

除草工具---鏟形saluksuk₁ [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1640
sama

all, like, same as

所有,就像,和sama [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1641
samaq

remnant, unconsumed food after meal, survivor, remainder

剩餘,飯後未消耗的食物,倖存者,剩餘噪聲

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1642
samayaɁ

oath; to swear, take an oath

起誓;起誓借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1643
sambay

touch lightly, invoke

輕觸,召喚sa(m)bay [PWMP]sabay₁

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1644
sambiɁ

change, exchange (as a car given in exchange for a jeep; change for money)

換車,換車(如用吉普車換車;換錢)偶然性

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1645
sambit

clasp ends together, exchange, interlock

把兩端扣在一起,交換,互鎖saqebit [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1646
sambit-an

belt for persons

人用皮帶saqebit-án [PPH]saqebit

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1647
samboŋ

glove

手套sambuŋ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1648
sambot

early, soon, immediately, directly, sudden

早,快,馬上,直接,突然sambut₃ [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1649
samir

awning

雨篷samir [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1650
sampagita

Jasminum multiflorum /Burm.F./ Andr.

多花茉莉。借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1651
sampak

hit sideways with fist

拳打腳踢ca(m)pak [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1652
sampeŋ

cover, lid

蓋子,蓋子

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1653
sampet

find, take hold of

找到,抓住sapet [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1654
sampir

style of headband or turban

頭巾或頭巾的式樣sampir [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1655
sandaɁ

mortgage, security, pawn

抵押、擔保、典當偶然性

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1656
sandaɁ-i

pawnbroker, pawnshop, pawn, pledge

典當行,典當行,典當行,質押偶然性

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1657
sanday

to prop, lean (as a gun against a post)

支撐,傾斜(如槍抵著柱子)sanday [PMP]saŋeday

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1658
sanday-aʔ

gun rest, gun rack, pillow serving as foot rest while on bed

槍架,槍架,枕頭,床上用作腳架sanday [PMP]saŋeday

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1659
sandok

scoop

sanduk [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1660
sanipa

border of eaves

屋簷邊sanipa [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1661
sansaŋ

to oppose, go against; hit, as swords in fencing

反對,反對;打擊,如擊劍saŋsáŋ [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1662
santik

to rub

摩擦santik [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1663
santik-an

flint, match

弗林特,火柴santik-an [PPH]santik

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1664
santol

a tree: Sandoricum koetjape

一棵樹:■借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1665
santol

a tree: Sandoricum koetjape

一棵樹:■借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1666
saŋa

branch, twig

樹枝saŋa₁ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1667
saŋay

person having the same name

同名的人saŋay [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1668
saŋa-ʔian

intersection – roads, fork – of tree or branch

十字路口-道路,岔口-樹或樹枝saŋa₁ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1669
saŋgaɁ

to block

封鎖saŋgaq [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1670
sa-ŋ-gibo

one thousand

一千Ribu [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1671
saŋkap

complete in equipment

成套設備saŋkap [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1672
saŋkap

complete in equipment

成套設備借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1673
saŋkap

complete in equipment

成套設備偶然性

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1674
saŋkaʔ

refuse, decide, oppose

拒絕,決定,反對cakaq [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1675
saŋkot

encumbrance

產權負擔saŋkut [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1676
saŋo-aʔ

smell, odor

氣味,氣味sáŋu [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1677
saod

sow, scatter (as rice seed)

播種、撒播(如稻種)sabuD [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1678
sapa

badge, espcially metal; washer

徽章,特別是金屬;墊圈借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1679
sapad

orchard, plants with fruits

果園,水果植物sápad [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1680
sapad-an

garden

花園sapád-an [PPH]sápad

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1681
sapak

branch

分支sa(m)pak [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1682
sapaʔ

oath; swear

宣誓sapaq₂ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1683
sapeŋ

cover

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1684
sapoɁ

meat, flesh, muscle

肉,肉,肌肉sapuq [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1685
sapo

rub, fondle, scrape off

揉搓,撫摸,刮掉sapu [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1686
sapoɁ-an

fleshy, fat, plump

肉質,脂肪,豐滿sapuq [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1687
sapot

clothes, dress, cloth as bunting used to decorate

用來裝潢的衣服、衣服、布saput₁ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1688
sapsap

fish of sardine family --- thin fleshed

沙丁魚科魚類--肉質細嫩sapsáp [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1689
sarag

prop against, as a pole

撐住,作為一根杆子sandaR [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1690
sarapaŋ

spear for fish

魚叉sarapaŋ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1691
saraw

trouble, nuisance

麻煩,麻煩saraw [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1692
sa-repa

one fathom

一英尋depah [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1693
sari-sari

small store of mixed merchandise

混合商品小商店借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1694
sarisaʔ

break, broken

斷開,斷開

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1695
sasep

suck

吮吸

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1696
satik

hit a marble (children's game)

打彈珠(兒童遊戲)

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1697
sawan

fear

害怕sawan [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1698
sawaŋ

indefinite, doubtful, vague

不確定,懷疑,模糊sawaŋ₁ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1699
sawaw

soup, broth

湯,湯sa(m)baw [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1700
saya

skirt, dress

裙子,連衣裙借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1701
sayaw

jump, dance, leap

跳,跳,跳sayaw [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1702
sayoti

succulent vegetable: Sechium edule

多汁蔬菜借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1703
sa-ʔakop

two handfuls

兩把aŋkup₁ [PMP]aŋkup

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1704
saʔit

hook

saqit [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1705
saʔop

business partner, business activities or buying by a group

商業夥伴、商業活動或集團購買saqup [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1706
sebaŋ

rise as in heavenly bodies, appear, come out

像在天上一樣升起,出現,出來sebaŋ [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1707
sebaŋ-an

east; to rise

東升sebaŋ [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1708
sebaŋ-an-en

easterner

東方人sebaŋ [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1709
sebet

penetrate, overtake

滲透,超車sebet [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1710
sebo

sudden change from hot to cold temperature; temper (metal), sizzle, boil

從熱到冷的突然變化;回火(金屬),嘶嘶作響,沸騰sebuh [PMP]sebuS

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1711
sedem

juice, citric acid

果汁、檸檬酸sejem [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1712
sedep

to set, as the sun sets; vanish, disappear

日落,如太陽下山;消失,消失sejep [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1713
sedep

to set, as the sun sets; vanish, disappear

日落,如太陽下山;消失,消失sedep₁ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1714
sedep-an

west

西sejep [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1715
sedep-an

west

西sedep₁ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1716
sedep-an-en

Westerner

西方人sejep [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1717
sedep-an-en

Westerner

西方人sedep₁ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1718
seleg

water current

水流seleg [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1719
seleg

water current

水流seleR [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1720
selem

seek in dark or night

在黑暗或黑夜中尋找selem₂ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1721
selem-en

to be sought out or searched for in the dark

在黑暗中被尋找selem₂ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1722
selot

plain ring

平環selut [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1723
sembog

mix

混合

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1724
sempok

touch lightly or have weak contact

輕觸或弱接觸sempuk [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1725
senaŋ

sun

太陽

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1726
senao

melt, disintegrate

熔化、分解

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1727
sendig

rest upon

依靠seŋjiR [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1728
sendig

rest upon

依靠sendiR [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1729
sendig-an

seat of honor at table or house

榮譽席sendiR [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1730
seneb

dive, immerse in water (person)

潛入水中(人)ceñeb [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1731
seneb

dive, immerse in water (person)

潛入水中(人)ce(R)neb [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1732
seneb

dive, immerse in water (person)

潛入水中(人)

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1733
seneb

dive, immerse in water

潛入水中

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1734
senseŋ

cover or block certain passage, as a hole or pipe

蓋上或堵住某些通道,如孔或筦道seŋseŋ [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1735
senseŋ

cover or block certain passage, as a hole or pipe

蓋上或堵住某些通道,如孔或筦道seŋseŋ [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1736
seŋa

mucus from the nose or throat

鼻腔或喉嚨粘液seŋa₁ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1737
seŋaw

breath, vapor

呼吸,蒸汽seŋ(e)qaw [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1738
seŋaw-an

nose

鼻子seŋ(e)qaw [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1739
seŋkiʔ

sob, cry

哭泣,哭泣

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1740
sepak

dismembered; prune

肢解;修剪sepak₁ [PWMP]sepak

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1741
sepal

to chew (as chewing gum)

咀嚼(如口香糖)sepal [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1742
sepet

minnow

小魚sepet₃ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1743
sepiɁ

break off bunch of bananas

折斷一束香蕉sepiq [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1744
sera

fed up, exasperated

受夠了,惱怒了sera [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1745
seray

part, as hair or tall grass; divide geographically or politically

部分,如毛髮或高草;在地理或政治上分開ceray [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1746
sesed

a rush: Fimbristylis miliacea

急流:miliacea傘sedsed₁ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1747
sesed

weave tightly, to make warp and woof compact

編織緊密,使經緯緊密sedsed₂ [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1748
seseg

crush (as a house by a falling tree), break (as a betel nut with one’s teeth)

壓碎(如被倒下的樹壓碎的房子),折斷(如有牙齒的檳榔)seseg [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1749
si

primary personal particle

初級個人粒子si₁ [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1750
siak

noise made by chicks, cry

小雞的叫聲,哭聲ciak [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1751
sibaɁ

swallow, take the bait, as in fishing

燕子,上鉤,如釣魚sibáq [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1752
sibukaw

the sappan tree: Caesalpinia sappan L.

藍寶石樹:藍寶石樹。sibukaw [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1753
sidiŋ

peer, pair, equalize

對等,配對,均衡sidiŋ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1754
siga

shine, lustre, light

光,光,光siga [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1755
sigaw

throw into confusion, make chaotic

亂成一團sigaw [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1756
sigeŋ

peal, snore, vibration (<*-geŋ?)

響聲、鼾聲、振動(<*-geŋ?)

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1757
sigi

envy

嫉妒偶然性

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1758
sigop

smoke a cigarette

抽支煙siRup [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1759
sigop-an

cigarette

香煙siRup [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1760
sikap

search, find, examine; grope for

尋找sikap₁ [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1761
sikap

search, find, examine, grope for

搜索,查找,檢查,摸索

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1762
síkat

a brush; to brush

刷子;刷子sikat [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1763
sikem

snatching with the hand

用手抓

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1764
sikep

catch with bare hand; to reach in a hole or pocket for something; grey bird of prey

徒手抓住;在洞裏或口袋裏尋找某物;灰色的猛禽cikep [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1765
sikep

grey bird of prey

灰色猛禽sikep₁ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1766
siko

elbow

肘部sikux [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1767
silaʔ

catch on fire, explode

著火,爆炸silaq [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1768
simba

obeisance; pray; prayer

敬拜;祈禱;祈禱借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1769
simba-Ɂan

church; worship; pray to; godlike, godhead, title of nobility

教堂;禮拜;祈禱;神性的,神性的,高貴的頭銜借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1770
simod

muzzle, snout

口吻,鼻子simuj [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1771
simpok

touch lightly, hit lightly

輕觸,輕擊

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1772
sinaŋ

sunshine; shine, as the sun

陽光sinaŋ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1773
sinar

sunray, ray of light; reflection of light

太陽光,光線;光線的反射sinar [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1774
sindag, sirag

lean against

靠著

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1775
sindol

hit lightly, touch lightly

輕擊,輕觸sindul [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1776
sineb

dive

潛水

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1777
sineb

dive

潛水

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1778
sinsim

to graze, eat

吃草,吃飯simsím [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1779
sintok

touch, contact

接觸,接觸sintuk [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1780
siŋaʔ

to laugh

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1781
siŋgamas

yam bean: Pachyrrhizus sp.

山藥豆:厚根。借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1782
siŋit

unfriendliness, cruelty

不友好、殘忍siŋit [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1783
siŋkat

to open wide, especially thighs

張開張開,尤指大腿siŋkat [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1784
sipaɁ

rattan ball; game in which rattan ball is used; to kick

藤球;使用藤球的遊戲;踢借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1785
sipak

split, divide

分開,分開sipak [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1786
sipat

sense

感覺sipat [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1787
sipit

tongs, forceps, pincers of crabs or other animals; to clip or carry under the arm

鉗子螃蟹或其他動物的鉗子、鑷子、鉗子;夾在或夾在胳膊下麵sipit [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1788
siraŋ

dazzle

目眩

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1789
sirap

look hastily, glance, glimpse

匆匆地看,一瞥,一瞥sirap [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1790
sirap-an

peep sight of gun, peephole

窺視槍,窺視孔sirap [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1791
sirip

search or look; find

尋找siq(e)rip [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1792
sirob

to singe, scorch

燒焦sirub [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1793
siroŋ

shade; under something; put in shade

遮蔭;在某物下麵;遮蔭siduŋ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1794
sisid

hem, edge, rim

邊,邊,邊siDsiD [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1795
sisig

pick teeth

尖牙sisig [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1796
sisik

take out head lice

取出頭蝨siksik₁ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1797
sisik

shell of tortoise

龜殼siksik₂ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1798
sisiŋ

ring

戒指借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1799
so

nominative case marker for common nouns

常用名詞的主格標記su [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1800
soaɁ

do, act, follow, imitate; work

做、做、跟隨、模仿;工作suaq [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1801
soat

to pry

窺探suat₂ [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1802
soay

to divorce, separate

離婚,分居suay [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1803
sobaɁ

follow course of river

沿河而行súbaq [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1804
sobid

strengthen rope by twining it with additional twine

用額外的繩線纏繞加強繩子

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1805
sogat

hit

suRat [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1806
sogi

brush, swab, pick the teeth

刷牙,拭子,剔牙sugi [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1807
sogoɁ

command, charge, mission, order; according

指揮、衝鋒、任務、命令;根據suRuq₂ [PAN]suRuq

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1808
soil

rudder

方向舵suil [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1809
sokaɁ

vinegar

借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1810
sokay

part, as in hair

部分,如頭髮sukáy [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1811
sokip

to tuck in

塞進suq(e)kip [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1812
sokiʔ

patronize

光顧借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1813
sokli

change --- loose coins

零錢---零錢借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1814
sokob

moveable hand fish trap; fit

可移動的手抓魚器suŋkub [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1815
sokob

moveable hand fish trap; fit

可移動的手抓魚器cuŋkub [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1816
sokoŋ

rod used as leash or harness; control by the nose; boom of a sail

用作皮帶或輓具的杆子;用鼻子控制;帆的帆杆sukuŋ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1817
sokoŋ

rod used as leash or harness; control by the nose; boom of sail

用作皮帶或輓具的杆子;靠鼻子控制;帆的帆杆借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1818
soksok

wedge in, put in between

插進去,放在中間suksuk [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1819
solaŋ

against; pass without noticing each other

反對;不注意對方而通過sulaŋ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1820
solaʔ

play active game

玩主動遊戲sulaʔ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1821
soled

enter, come in

進來,進來suled [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1822
soliɁ

to hit back

回擊suliq [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1823
soliʔ

to hit back

回擊sub(e)líq [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1824
solot

to dress, put on (pants or shirt), to wear, as one wears pants or shirt

穿衣穿(褲子或襯衫)穿,如穿褲子或襯衫suq(e)lút [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1825
soloʔ

lamp, light, resin

燈,燈,樹脂suluq [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1826
soman

rice delicacy cooked in coconut milk

椰汁飯súman [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1827
sombaŋ

disharmony; taboo; vow

不和諧;禁忌;誓言sumbaŋ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1828
sombo

wick

燈芯借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1829
sompiŋ

beard, moustache

鬍子,小鬍子sumpiŋ₁ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1830
sompit

water gun; spray, gush, spurt; syringe

水槍;噴霧、噴、噴;注射器sumpit [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1831
sondaŋ

sword, either wavy or straight blade; big, sharp knife or machete

波狀或直刃劍;大而鋒利的刀或大砍刀借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1832
sondaŋ

big sharp knife or machete; sword, either wavy or straight blade

鋒利的大刀或大砍刀;波浪形或直形的劍借詞

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1833
sondol

adjacent, contiguous; attack

相鄰的,相鄰的;攻擊的sundul [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1834
sondol-an

joint, boundary

關節,邊界sundul [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1835
sondoŋ

slant, bow

斜,弓sunduŋ [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1836
sontok

punch, blow, box

打,吹,打suntúk [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1837
sontok-en

to hit, punch

擊打suntúk [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1838
soŋay

tusk, protruding teeth, as in wild pig

象牙,突出的牙齒,如野豬súŋay [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1839
soŋgalet

intervene, interrupt

干預,打斷

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1840
soŋgod

push, move, shove

推,動,推suRud [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1841
soŋit

to put into the mouth

放進嘴裏suŋit₂ [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1842
soŋkod

staff, walking stick

手杖sukud [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1843
sopot

paper bag

紙袋súput [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1844
sorod

comb

梳子sujud [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1845
sorot

agreement, agree, fit (as two people who are fit for one another)

同意,同意,適合(作為兩個互相適合的人)súrut [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1846
soso

breast; nipple; suck, suckle

乳房;乳頭;吮吸susu₁ [PAN]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1847
sosol

put one piece inside another; cap

把一片放在另一片裏面;蓋上cu(l)cul [PMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1848
sosol

light a fire

生火culcul [PWMP]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967

1849
sosol

light a fire

生火súlsul [PPH]

McKaughan and Macaraya 1967