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a

exclamation capable of expressing joy or amazement, as well as fear and shock

能夠表達喜悅或驚奇,以及恐懼和震驚的感歎詞a₃ [PMP]

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-a

suffix that incites to action (no longer in general use)

煽動行動的尾碼(不再通用)-a₁ [PAN]

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a-

prefixed marker of location; #a monik 'above, on top', #a monag 'below, underneath'

位置的首碼標記;#上面的標記,上面的標記,#下麵的標記,下麵的標記qa₁ [PAN]

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a-

prefixed marker of location; #a monik 'above, on top', #a monag 'below, underneath'

位置的首碼標記;#上面的標記,上面的標記,#下麵的標記,下麵的標記ha₃ [PMP]Sa₂

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aboḷ

to weave

編織habél [PPH]

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abu

ash, hearth, cooking place (part of the house)

灰燼、壁爐、烹飪場所(房屋的一部分)qabu [PMP]

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aga

a tree of no particular use

沒有特別用途的樹qaRa₁ [PMP]

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agama

religion

宗教借詞

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agiʔ

come here!; toward the speaker

過來!;朝向揚聲器aRi [PAN]

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agiʔ akow

hither and thither

到處aRi [PAN]

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agiʔ-on

it must be brought here (to the speaker)

必須把它帶到這裏(給演講者)aRi [PAN]

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ai

exclamation: hey!

感歎:嘿!ai₂ [PAN]

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ai-ai

younger sibling

弟弟妹妹huaji [PMP]Suaji

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aki

grandfather

祖父aki [PAN]

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aku-oi

1sg. nominative pronoun: I

1毫克。主格代詞:Iaku [PAN]

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alap

catch, seize, grasp

抓住,抓住,抓住alap [PAN]

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alap-on

it must or shall be gotten or taken

必須或者應該得到或者得到alap-en [PWMP]alap

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ali-kokop

kind of creeper that clings to trees

一種攀緣在樹上的爬行動物kepkep [PMP]

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alu

rice pestle

米杵qahelu [PMP]qaSelu

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alug

striped, having stripes of equal width

條紋的,有相等寬度的條紋qaluR₂ [PMP]qaluR

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amaʔ

father; sometimes also mother, and uncle

父親;有時也包括母親和叔叔ama-q [PMP]amax

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amboŋ

dam, dyke, kind of obstacle or roping off

水壩、堤壩、障礙物或繩索hambeŋ [PWMP]

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amboŋ

dam, dyke, kind of obstacle or roping off

水壩、堤壩、障礙物或繩索qambeŋ [PWMP]

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-an

suffix with locative sense, where what the base-word says happens, is, or comes; afflicted with

帶有位置意義的尾碼,詞根所說的發生、是或來的地方;受-an [PAN]

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anoy

white ant

白蟻aNay [PAN]

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antod

take away, lead away

帶走,帶走hateD [PMP]SateD

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aŋkat

expression of congratulations

表示祝賀aŋkat [PWMP]

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aŋkub

to cover

掩蓋aŋkub [PMP]

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apid

twin, of fruit (e.g. two bananas grown together)

雙胞胎,水果(如兩個香蕉一起種植)qapij [PMP]

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asal

origin, cause, beginning; that from which one stems, ancestor; provided that

起源,原因,開始;一個人的起源,祖先;前提是借詞

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asi

sound of sneezing

打噴嚏的聲音噪聲

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asi

sound of a sneeze

打噴嚏的聲音噪聲

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ata

slave; often used to mean 'servant' in contrast with more prominent people

奴隸;通常用來指“僕人”,與更傑出的人相比qaRta [PMP]

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ata naa

this slave, this servant = I

這個奴隸,這個僕人=我qaRta [PMP]

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ataʔ

whetting, sharpening

磨刀,削尖hasaq [PMP]Sasaq

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atod

escort, conduct, bring, take, carry

護送、引導、攜帶、攜帶hateD [PMP]SateD

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atok

plant rice seed by dibbling

點播水稻種子hasek₁ [PMP]

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atop

roof, roof covering; to roof, cover over

屋頂,屋頂覆蓋層;到屋頂,覆蓋層qatep [PMP]

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ator

regulate, give orders

管理,下達命令借詞

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ator-aŋ

rule, regulation, order; custom, practice

規則、規則、秩序;習俗、慣例借詞

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awak

body; sometimes also 'self'

身體;有時也是“自我”hawak [PMP]Sawak

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ayok

kiss

hajek [PMP]Sajek

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ayow

go out for booty; earlier: go headhunting

出去打獵;早起:去獵頭ayaw [PWMP]

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ayoy

chin; also a constellation

下巴;也是一個星座qazay [PMP]

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ba

exclamation of delight

歡聲笑語ba₂ [PMP]

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baag

old word for belt, girdle

腰帶的舊詞bahaR [PMP]

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baba

carry on the back

背上baba₁ [PMP]

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babow

shallow

淺的babaw₂ [PWMP]

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badan

body

身體借詞

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baga

glowing charcoal, glowing fire of coals

燃燒的木炭,燃燒的煤火baRah [PMP]

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bagaŋ

molar tooth

磨牙bageqaŋ [PMP]

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bagaʔ

swell up; swollen up

腫脹baReq [PAN]

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bagu

a thin-stemmed, short tree from the bast of which cordage is made: Gnetum gnemon

一種莖細、短的樹,用其作繩索:片麻岩baguh [PWMP]

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bagu

just now

剛才baqeRu [PMP]baqeRuh

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bakan

kind of tree, family Lauraceae

一種樹,科樟科bakan [PWMP]

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bakow

tree sp.

樹木屬。bakehaw [PWMP]

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bakuŋ

kind of pandanus with fragrant leaves

一種葉子芳香的大熊貓bakuŋ₂ [PMP]

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balanjaŋ

outlay, cost

支出、成本借詞

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balaŋ

spotted, striped, multi-coloured, mottled

斑點、條紋、多色、斑駁balaŋ₃ [PWMP]

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balikotad

roll over, turn

翻身,轉身baliketád [PPH]

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baliŋ

temporarily forgotten or misunderstood

暫時遺忘或誤解baliŋ₁ [PWMP]

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baliw

exchange, replace, renew, transform

更換、更新、改造baliw₂ [PMP]

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balun

provisions for a journey; bundle of sago, kind of carrying basket filled with sago

旅行用品;一捆西米,一種裝滿西米的提籃balun₂ [PWMP]

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baluy

oppose, answer back or contradict the village head

反對、反駁或反駁村長baliw₁ [PMP]

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bambaŋ

wide, broad (as tree branches)

寬,寬(如樹枝)baŋbaŋ₁ [PWMP]

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bambeʔ

hang, hang up (as on a rope)

掛,掛(如在繩子上)噪聲

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banag

kind of creeper, used as cordage

一種爬行動物,用作繩索banaR₁ [PMP]baNaR

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banod

"sleeping", of foot or hand

“睡覺”,指腳或手ban(e)héd [PPH]

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bansiʔ

bamboo flute with four holes

四孔竹笛借詞

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bantaḷ

storage chest; bundle

儲物箱bantal [PWMP]

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bantoŋ

dwarf antelope: Anoa

矮羚羊:■偶然性

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banut

fibrous husk of coconut

椰子纖維殼

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baŋkaʔ

boat (in priestly language)

船(用祭司的語言)baŋkaq [PMP]

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barat

blossoming tree

開花樹barat₂ [PPH]

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barat-an

crossbeam for an outrigger

支腿橫樑barat₁ [PAN]

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bataŋ

fallen tree, log

倒下的樹,原木bataŋ [PMP]bataŋ₁

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bataŋ-an

shape, figure, model; oneself; outward; color

形狀、形狀、模型;自己;外表;顏色bataŋ-an [PWMP]bataŋ₁

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bataʔ

young, of animals and plants; good-looking, esp. of the appearance of youths

年輕的,指動植物;漂亮的,尤指年輕人的外表bataq [PWMP]

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bataʔ

washing of clothes

洗衣服baseq [PMP]

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batu

stone

batu [PMP]batux

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batu-an

throw stones; counterweight on a scale

投擲石塊;秤上的配重batu-an [PWMP]batux

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batu baranoi

magnet

磁鐵借詞

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batu bogani

magnet

磁鐵batu [PMP]batux

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batug

plait, weave

編織batuR₁ [PMP]

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batun

yield of the harvest; harvest time

收穫期bantun [PMP]

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bawaŋ

spaciousness of view

視野開闊bawaŋ₁ [PWMP]

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bayag

light, radiance

光,光輝噪聲

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bayug

kind of small areca palm

一種小檳榔bayuR [PMP]

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bayuk

tinder, fungus

火藥、真菌baruk [PMP]

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bea

tax

借詞

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bébék

duck

鴨子借詞

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beluŋ

dented, bent, curved

凹陷、彎曲、彎曲

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bémbéʔ

goat (in general)

山羊(一般)借詞

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beŋaʔ

be open, of the vagina (term of abuse)

打開陰道(虐待的術語)

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biag

live, grow, exist; shoot, sprout; end of a rope; kindling of a fire, lighting of a cigarette; care for, tend, raise, bring up

bihaR [PWMP]

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biasa

customary, usual; accustomed to; expert

習慣的,通常的;習慣的;專家的借詞

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bibig

mouth, beak, lips, edge, side, shore, bank

嘴,嘴,嘴,邊,邊,岸,岸bibiR [PMP]biRbiR

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bibit

carry in the hand

隨身攜帶bitbit₂ [PMP]bitbit

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bibit-on

carry it in the hand

拿在手裏bitbit-en [PWMP]bitbit

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bidadari

nymph

若蟲借詞

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bigaʔ

kind of inedible (poisonous) tuber

一種不能食用(有毒)的塊莖biRaq₁ [PMP]

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bila

friend; also used for brother-in-law (but not as a term of address, as this is #lagoʔ)

朋友;也用於姐夫(但不是作為稱呼,因為這裏是拉戈)借詞

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bilal(e)

muezzin; caller to prayer

祈禱者借詞

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biliŋ

shake the head in negation

在否定中搖頭biliŋ [PMP]

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bilog

blind

失明的bileR [PMP]

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biludu

velvet

天鵝絨借詞

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binaŋa

mouth of a river; river

河口;河口binaŋa [PMP]

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binataŋ

animal (Malay?)

動物(馬來語?)借詞

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b-in-olad

spread out (as a net on the water)

展開(如水面上的網)b〈in〉ekelaj [PWMP]bekelaj

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b-in-otu-an

blistered, calloused

起泡,長滿老繭betu₃ [PMP]beCu

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binsi

come to strike the shin

來打小腿binti₂ [PWMP]

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bintaŋ

star of diamond in the forehead with which -- according to legend -- some princes and princesses are born

借詞

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binuaŋ

kind of light wood of which boats are made: Octomeles Moluccana

船是用的一種輕木材binuaŋ [PWMP]

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b-in-ubuŋ-an

ridge of the roof; place where ridgepole covering has been attached

屋脊;連接脊樑覆蓋物的地方b〈in〉ubuŋ-an [PWMP]bubuŋ₁

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b-in-uga-an

was spit out (text example: a princess spews masticated old betel nut on adversaries who are thereby struck dead upon contact)

buRah-an [PMP]buReS

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b-in-ugbug

rice cooked until it becomes very soft or porridge-like

煮到很軟或粥狀的米飯b〈in〉uRbuR [PPH]buRbuR₁

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b〈in〉uni

was hidden

是隱藏的b〈in〉uni [PWMP]buNi

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b-in-usi

pitted with pockmarks

佈滿麻點butí [PPH]

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biŋkat

lifting up of a mat or piece of clothing

提起墊子或衣服biŋkas [PMP]

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biŋkit

twisted piece of material, as a handkerchief, used as a headband

頭巾一種扭曲的資料,如手帕,用作頭帶biŋkis [PWMP]

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biod

roe, fish eggs

魚卵bihed [PWMP]

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bisa

power (both good and evil)

權力(善與惡)借詞

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bisak

mud-puddle; swamp

泥坑借詞

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bisak

puddle, mud-puddle, morass

水坑,泥坑,沼澤

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bitok

intestinal worm

腸道蠕蟲bitek [PPH]

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bitul

a boil

沸騰bisul [PMP]

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bitul

boil

bitul [PWMP]

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bobag

hit with something long (as a stick)

用長的東西打(如棍子)

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bobak

beat against stones (as clothes in washing)

敲打石頭(如衣服在洗)bebak₂ [PMP]

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bobat

wet, made wet (as by the rain)

濕的,弄濕的(如被雨弄濕的)basbas₄ [PWMP]basbas₂

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bo-bobod

what is used to wrap, bandage

用什麼包裹,繃帶bejbej₂ [PMP]bejbej

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bobod

wrap up, wrap around

包起來,包起來bejbej₂ [PMP]bejbej

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bo-bogoi

what is used to pay a fine, what is done or given in penance

用來支付罰款的東西,在贖罪中所做或給予的東西beRay [PMP]

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bo-buraʔ-an

covered with foam or bubbles

被泡沫或氣泡覆蓋bujeq₂ [PMP]bujeq

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bogani

leader, commander, champion, hero, war chief (in former times), someone who dares to undertake something

baRani [PMP]

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bogat

husked rice, milled rice

糙米,碾米beRas [PMP]

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bogat

heavy (in both literal and figurative senses); difficult

沉重的(在字面和比喻意義上);困難的beReqat [PMP]

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bogoi

give

beRay [PMP]

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bogot

bunch, bundle (〈 *bogkot)

束,束(〈*bogkot)beRkes [PMP]

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boku lali

ankle bone

踝骨lali [PMP]

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bola

wheel

借詞

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bolad

sitting mat, sleeping mat

坐墊,睡墊bekelaj [PMP]

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bolasuŋ

unbleached cotton cloth

未漂棉布借詞

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boli

cost, price

成本、價格beli [PMP]

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bolian

priest, priestess

牧師,女祭司balian [PWMP]

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boliŋ

to turn

轉彎

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bolit-an

cross-lath of a roof

屋頂的橫板條belit₁ [PWMP]

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boliuŋ

axe

斧頭baliuŋ [PWMP]

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bolontuŋ

rumbling, roaring, or stamping sound

隆隆聲、咆哮聲或跺腳聲

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bolotu

canoe

獨木舟balútu [PPH]

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bolotuk

curved bamboo lath inserted in the ground

插在地上的彎竹條

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bolulaŋ

antelope skin armor

羚羊皮甲balulaŋ [PWMP]

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boluŋ

curve, bend (something down)

彎曲,彎曲(某物向下)beluŋ [PWMP]

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boluŋ

bow, bend, curve

彎彎曲曲

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bomban

kind of plant: Maranta dichotoma

植物種類:馬蘭塔二分法benban [PWMP]

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bombaŋ

fly up, rise up together, as a swarm of flies, a flock of chickens

一起飛起來,像一群蒼蠅,一群小雞

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bonawaŋ

roomy and light; the forepart of a house; annex built under the (overhanging) roof whether in the front of the house, or on the side

banawaŋ [PWMP]

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bondul

crude expression for eating: gorge oneself (til the belly almost bursts)

粗俗的飲食表達:狼吞虎嚥(直到肚子快要脹破)bendul [PMP]bedul

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boniakow

kind of tree

一棵樹baniákaw [PPH]

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bontat

hack open, hack through, break to pieces

劈開,劈開,劈開bentas [PMP]

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bonutan

tree sp., Mallotus Moluccanus

樹sp.,■banútan [PPH]

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boŋkudu

tree that yields soap fruits

產肥皂果的樹baŋkudu [PWMP]

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boŋkug

hit, beat, play on (musical instrument)

擊打(樂器)

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boŋol

deaf; make deaf, deafen

聾;使聾,使聾beŋel [PMP]

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booʔ ~ buoʔ

odor, smell, stench; to smell

氣味,氣味,惡臭bahuq [PMP]

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booʔ-an

smell it

聞一聞bahu-an [PWMP]bahu

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booʔ-on

be smelled by someone

被人聞到bahu-en [PWMP]bahu

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bosiot

calf of the leg

小腿beties [PAN]

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botak

to tear, split, break in two, cut in half, break out or emerge from; auxiliary for things that have been halved

betak [PMP]

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botoi

canoe paddle

獨木船槳beRsay [PMP]

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botok

stretch a rope or piece of rattan until it is tense

把繩子或藤條拉緊betek₂ [PWMP]

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botu

blister, callus

水泡,老繭betu₃ [PMP]beCu

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botu-an

having blisters or calluses; also: a blister will form (it is already beginning to get red

有水泡或老繭;還有:水泡會形成(它已經開始變紅了betu₃ [PMP]beCu

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botug

satiated, full after eating

吃飽了,吃飽了besuR [PAN]

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botuk

bent into a curve, of a length of rattan, a young bamboo or branch

彎曲成曲線的,由一段藤、一根小竹子或樹枝彎曲而成的bentuk [PMP]

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buat

lift up, raise; begin; stand up; rise from one's place; climb up; start, leave

舉起,舉起;開始;站起來;站起來;爬起來;開始,離開buhat₃ [PMP]

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buaya

crocodile; bold, intrepid

鱷魚;勇敢,無畏buqaya [PMP]

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buaʔ

endosperm of a germinating coconut

初生椰子的胚乳buaq [PMP]

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bubu

fish trap

魚陷阱bubu₂ [PAN]

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bubud

strew, scatter; sow, scatter seed

撒,撒;播,撒bubud [PWMP]

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bubuk

small beetle that bores through materials and can cause serious damage in wood, rice and maize

小甲蟲,鑽穿資料,可對木材、水稻和玉米造成嚴重損害bukbuk₃ [PMP]

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bubul

feathers, fur, body hair and pubic hair; used as a term of abuse

羽毛、毛皮、體毛和陰毛;用作辱罵的術語bulbúl [PPH]

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buga

spit or spew out (with force), squirt out, exhale forcefully

用力吐痰buRah [PMP]buReS

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bugow

noise made to drive something away

為了趕走某物而發出的譟音buRaw [PAN]

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bui

again, repeat, do over, return, bring back, give back

再次,重複,重複,重複,返回,帶回,歸還噪聲

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buiŋ

charcoal; blacking

炭黑budiŋ [PWMP]

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bukas

open a door, remove the lid of a chest or box, open bed curtains, etc.; open the eyes

打開門,打開箱子或盒子的蓋子,打開床上的窗簾等;睜開眼睛bu(ŋ)kas [PMP]bukas

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bukaʔ

loosen, untie, open up; come loose; appear, arise; to sprout (of plants); rising of sun, moon or stars, and of air bubbles from the water; open the eyes

bukaʔ [PWMP]

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bukaʔ

loosen or open

鬆開或打開bukaq [PWMP]

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buku

knob, bumb, knot (in wood); node, joint, knuckle

鈕,bumb,結(木制);節,節,節bukuh [PMP]

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bulag

albino

白化病bulaR₂ [PMP]

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bulam-bulan

kind of sea fish

一種海魚bulan-bulan₁ [PMP]bulan-bulan

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buḷan

moon, month

月,月bulan₃ [PMP]bulaN

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buḷan ko-patoy

new moon

新月bulan matay [PMP]bulaN

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bulawan

gold; yellow

金;黃bulaw-an [PAN]bulaw

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bulig

to carry, of two or more persons using a carrying pole or a stretcher

用擔架或擔架抬兩個或兩個以上的人bulig [PWMP]

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bulig-an

carry with pole, of two or more people

帶杆子,兩人或兩人以上bulig-an [PPH]bulig

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buliʔ

hindquarters, buttocks, crevice between buttocks

臀部,臀部,臀部之間的縫隙buliq₂ [PMP]

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buloŋkoŋ

curly, of head hair

捲髮

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buḷud

mountain

bulud₃ [PMP]buled₁

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buluʔ

kind of slender bamboo

一種細長的竹子buluq₂ [PAN]

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bumbun

pile earth over, fill holes in the road

把土堆起來,在路上填洞bunbun [PMP]

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buni

to hide; do something silently or in secret

隱藏;悄悄地或秘密地做某事buni₁ [PMP]buNi

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buni-an

what is hidden; secret

隱藏的;秘密buni-an [PWMP]buNi

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buntog

round, globular, spherical; shaped like the calf of the leg

圓形,球狀,球形;形狀象小腿bunteR [PMP]

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buntog im bosiot

the thickest part of the calf

小腿最厚的部分bunteR [PMP]

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buŋa-i

fruit, plume, seed

水果、羽毛、種子buŋa-i [PWMP]buŋa

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buŋa-i iŋ kapot

cotton blossom

棉花花buŋa-i [PWMP]buŋa

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buŋaŋ

blossom; adornment

花;裝潢buŋaŋ [PMP]

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buŋin

sandbank, as before or in the mouth of a river

沙洲,如以前或河口buhaŋin [PWMP]

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buŋkag

not tight, loose, of a binding or bandage over a wound

不緊的,不松的,包紮或包紮在傷口上的buŋkaR [PMP]

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buŋkul

ball of rope used to tie fence laths

用來系籬笆板條的繩子球buŋkul [PMP]

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buŋkut

bump, hump, lump; sea turtle

隆起,隆起,腫塊;海龜bukut [PMP]

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buok

head hair; fringe

頭髮buhek [PMP]bukeS

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buoy

legume

豆類buay₁ [PMP]

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buoʔ

fragrance, smell, scent; stench

香味,氣味,氣味;惡臭噪聲

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buraʔ, buyaʔ

foam, bubbles, froth, scum, lather

泡沫,泡沫,泡沫,人渣,泡沫bujeq₂ [PMP]bujeq

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buraʔ im po-botoy-an

foam produced by paddling a boat

划船產生的泡沫bujeq₂ [PMP]bujeq

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buruŋ

bird, used in pantuns

鳥,用於長褲借詞

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busi

pockmarks

麻子butí [PPH]

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busiot

calf of the leg

小腿butiqes [PWMP]

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busir

bud, beginning of a fruit (visible once the flower has fallen away)

花蕾,果實的開始(花凋謝後可見)butir [PWMP]

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busisiʔ

kind of marine fish; also used for a constellation, the Stingray, and for a half-formed frog (with new head, and tail from its tadpole stage)

butítiq [PPH]

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butaʔ

ground, land, earth; underworld (in ceremonial language)

地,地,地;陰間(用禮儀語言)buRtaq [PMP]

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butul

knot

butequl [PMP]

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butuʔ

penis (vulgar)

陰莖(粗俗)butuq [PMP]buCuq

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buyak

blossom

開花bujak [PWMP]

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buyak

song sung during the #monayuk ceremony

莫納尤克儀式上唱的歌噪聲

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buyuk

rotten, stinking

腐爛,發臭buyúk [PPH]

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buyun

old areca nut

老檳榔burun [PMP]

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dagat

sea, saltwater; according to some speakers #dagat refers specifically to shallow sea near the coast

海水,鹹水;據一些發言者說,達嘎特特指海岸附近的淺海daRat [PMP]

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dagit

seize something in a swift motion, as a bird of prey or a crocodile does

像猛禽或鱷魚那樣迅速地抓住某物daRit [PPH]

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dakit

raft

木筏dakit [PMP]

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dakit

to ignite, as a hearth fire; spread, jump across (also applied to sicknesses)

點燃,如爐火;蔓延,跳躍(也適用於疾病)za(ŋ)kit [PWMP]

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daḷan

path, road

路,路zalan [PMP]

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danow

lake; the large lake between Bolaang Mongondow and Minahasa

湖;博朗蒙貢多和米納哈薩之間的大湖danaw [PAN]

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dapit

ferry across a river (with boat or raft, also by crocodile)

渡船過河(用船或木筏,也用鱷魚)dapit [PWMP]

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dapo

to perch

棲息dapu [PPH]

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dapot

come to or toward; arrive, reach; be fulfilled; bring in contact with, or bump against something; go toward a goal, to lay or set something on something else

dapet [PMP]

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datu

lord, prince, king; in earlier times people hardly dared to use the word #datu, and generally called the prince #ki tuang ‘the lord’

datu [PMP]

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daun

leaf, leaves

葉子,葉子dahun [PMP]

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daun kayu

substitute name for the #bonikulu bird

用名字代替鳥dahun [PMP]

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deaga

young, of land animals and birds

陸生動物和鳥類的幼鳥da-daRa [PWMP]daRa₂

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digut

to bathe

洗澡diRus [PAN]

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dilaʔ

tongue

舌頭dilaq₁ [PMP]

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dindiŋ

wall; to wall in; to board off

穿牆diŋdiŋ₁ [PMP]

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d〈m〉uguʔ

to bleed

流血zuRuq [PMP]

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do-dagum

a needle

針頭zaRum [PAN]

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do-doŋog

ear, what one hears with (priestly language)

耳朵,一個人所聽到的(祭司的語言)deŋeR [PMP]

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dogami

brushwood, undergrowth

灌木叢zaRami [PMP]

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dolom

evening, night

晚上,晚上delem [PMP]

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dolop

immerse

沉浸delep [PMP]

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doḷop

dive, submerge

潛水

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do-yowa

two

da-duha [PMP]duSa

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dua

two

duha [PMP]duSa

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dugi

thorn

duRi [PMP]

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duguʔ

blood

zuRuq [PMP]

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duguʔ-an

bloody, blood-stained

血淋淋,血跡斑斑zuRuq [PMP]

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duyaʔ

saliva

唾液dulaq [PMP]

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gakit

raft

木筏Rakit [PMP]

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gamaʔ

fetch, get; also the ceremonial fetching of a bride

接,接;也是新娘的儀式性接gamaʔ [PWMP]

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gambaŋ

stretch out the arms after something

在某事之後伸出手臂Rambaŋ [PWMP]

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gantaŋ

rather large basket woven of pandanus leaves

大籃子,用pandanus樹葉編織而成Rantaŋ [PMP]

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gantiŋ-gantiŋ

earring

耳環借詞

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gaŋkub

to cover

掩蓋Raŋkub [PWMP]

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gatut

hundred

一百Ratus [PMP]RaCus

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gaup

hold between something, clench, clasp

夾在某物之間,握緊,緊扣Raqup [PMP]

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gayaŋ

kind of sword

一把劍gayaŋ [PAN]

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gila

crazy, foolish

瘋狂,愚蠢gila [PMP]

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gila

insane, crazy

瘋狂,瘋狂gila [PMP]

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giliŋ

to grind, to mill

磨磨giliŋ [PMP]

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giliŋ-an

a mill, especially a corn mill

磨坊磨坊,尤指玉米磨坊giliŋ-an [PWMP]giliŋ

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gimbal

double-headed drum about a meter long, used in ceremonies to honor the ancestors

雙頭鼓,長約一米,用於祭祀祖先gimbal [PWMP]

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g〈in〉ubat

kind of lance that can be thrown

一種可以投擲的長矛gubát [PPH]

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giow

clamor; cry, shriek, shout

叫喊Riaw [PWMP]

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giow

noise, din, racket; shouting; cheering

喧鬧、嘈雜、喧鬧;叫喊;歡呼giaw [PPH]

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girud-an

draw it, pull it there

畫出來,畫出來gúyud-an [PPH]guyud₃

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girud-on

drag it, pull it! it must be dragged

拉它,拉它!它必須被拖走gúyud-en [PPH]guyud₃

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gobii

night

Rabiqi [PMP]

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go-gaŋkub

sleeping cover, blanket

睡衣,毯子Raŋkub [PWMP]

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go-gonsiŋ

scissors

剪刀借詞

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golom

rain clouds, dark clouds

雨雲,烏雲gelem [PWMP]

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goloŋ

ring a tree

環抱一棵樹geleŋ [PWMP]

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gomol

massage, pinch, squeeze

按摩、捏、擠gemel [PAN]

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gomot

displeased; grumble or complain about

不高興的;抱怨的gemes₁ [PWMP]

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gonsiŋ-an

cut something off; cut into something

切斷某物借詞

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(g)ulit

restore something to its original condition

使某物恢復原狀ulit [PWMP]

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gumaʔ

sheath (for a bolo, etc.)

護套(用於bolo等)Rumaq [PAN]

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gupit

pinch, squeeze; jammed between

夾,擠;夾在gu(m)pit [PWMP]

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gutuk

rib, ribs

肋骨,肋骨Rusuk [PAN]

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guʔaŋ

mine shaft, in particular one from which gold is excavated

礦井,特別是挖掘黃金的礦井Ruqaŋ [PWMP]

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ia

exclamation

感嘆號qia [PAN]

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iap

count, calculate

數,算ihap [PMP]

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iap-on

be counted

被計算在內ihap-en [PPH]ihap

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iba-nia

another, other; some

另一個,另一個;一些ibah [PMP]ibaS

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ibog

wish, desire; saliva

願望ibeR [PMP]

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ibog-on

uncontrollably watering at the mouth

無法控制地流口水ibeR-en [PWMP]ibeR

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idap

spy on, peep at

窺探,窺視qijap [PAN]

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idap

to eye, spy on

直視,監視idap [PWMP]

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iid

scour, scrub (as in using a stone to rub one's skin in bathing)

擦洗,擦洗(如在洗澡時用石頭擦皮膚)噪聲

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i-kow

2sg., you/thou

2sg.,你/你i-kahu [PMP]kaSu

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ilig

flow; carried off on the current

水流qiliR [PWMP]

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i-lima

the fifth

第五iŋ-lima [PWMP]lima

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iliʔ

flow, current

流量,電流iliʔ [PWMP]

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i-loboŋ-an

grave, tomb

墳墓,墳墓lebeŋ₁ [PAN]

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i-lomot

stifled, smothered

窒息lemes [PMP]

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ilow

young, green, unripe (plants and fruits), raw (flesh)

年輕、綠色、未成熟(植物和水果)、生的(肉)hiláw [PPH]

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ilu-adiʔ

shrub, the leaves of which are used to clean the bottoms of infants in the first few days of life

一種灌木,其葉子在嬰兒出生的頭幾天用來清潔嬰兒的屁股qiluS [PAN]

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im-buaʔ-an

remove the endosperm of a germinating coconut to eat (children love to do this)

取出正在發芽的椰子胚乳吃(孩子們喜歡這樣做)buaq [PMP]

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im-pitu

seventh

第七im-pitu [PWMP]pitu

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im-puluʔ

the tenth

第十im-puluʔ [PWMP]puluq

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-in-

infix which forms passives from underived verbs, thereby indicates that something or someone has entirely undergone the action described by the verb; past tense

〈in〉 [PAN]-in-

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in-alap

captured, seized, taken

被俘、扣押、扣押in-alap [PAN]alap

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in-anak-an

family, lineage

家族,血統hin-anak-an [PPH]aNak

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in-atod

what has been brought; was brought, was escorted

帶來的;帶來的h〈in〉ateD [PWMP]SateD

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ina-ʔ

mother (in general)

母親(一般)iná-q [PAN]ina

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indaŋ

kind of ironwood

一種鐵木噪聲

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in-dua

second

第二in-duha [PWMP]duSa

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in-inum

what is drunk

什麼是醉酒in-inum [PPH]inum

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i-nipit-ai

make it thinner!

把它變薄!nipis [PMP]Nipis

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init

warm water

溫水qinit [PWMP]

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insil

a tree: Trema orientale

一棵樹:Trema orientale噪聲

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in-siow

ninth

第九siwa [PMP]Siwa

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in-siow

ninth

第九in-siwa [PWMP]Siwa

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inta

come on! let's go!

快點!走吧!ita₂ [PWMP]

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intaʔ

one

isa-q [PWMP]isa₁

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intok

small, young; be or become small

小的,年輕的;變小的itek [PMP]

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in-tolu

the third

第三個in-telu [PWMP]telu

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into tobok-on

the one who will undergo the ceremony of ear-piercing

將要進行穿耳儀式的人tebek-en [PWMP]tebek

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inu-inum-an

various drinks

各種飲料inum-inum-an [PMP]inum

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inum-an

drink from, drink some from (not all)

喝,喝一些(不是全部)inum-an [PWMP]inum

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inum-on

what is drunk, drink, beverage

什麼是醉酒,飲料,飲料inum-en [PWMP]inum

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iŋat

think about; remember

考慮;記住iŋat [PMP]

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iŋg-onom

the sixth

第六iŋg-enem [PWMP]enem

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iŋg-opat

the fourth

第四次iŋg-epat [PWMP]Sepat

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iŋot

become angry

生氣qiŋet [PMP]

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iow

exclamation of shock, fear, or astonishment used particularly by women

驚嚇,驚嚇尤指女性使用的驚嚇、恐懼或驚嚇qiaw [PAN]

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iput

tail; conclusion

尾;結論ipus [PPH]

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iraŋ

very steep rocky slope, abyss

非常陡峭的岩石斜坡,深淵iraŋ₂ [PWMP]

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irap, iap

wink, blink

眨眼,眨眼izap [PWMP]

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irup

to blow, blowing (person, wind); to fan; blow away

吹,吹(人,風);扇;吹走heyup [PMP]Seyup

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itak

step on something; tread on

踩在某物上;踩在icak [PWMP]

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iut

coitus; also, frequently used very coarse swearword, especially if women are present

性交;還有,經常使用非常粗俗的咒語,特別是在女人在場的情況下qiut [PAN]

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kabaŋ

white spots on the skin; also scar

皮膚上的白斑;還有疤痕kabáŋ [PPH]

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kacaŋ s〈in〉ondag

roasted peanuts

烤花生s〈in〉aŋelaR [PMP]saŋelaR

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kaɁit

sweep with a sago palm leaf; scratch up the ground, of fowls

用西米棕葉掃淨;用雞爪刮淨地kaqis [PWMP]

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kait

to knit; to hook

編織;鉤住kaqit [PMP]

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kami

1pl. excl., we, us

1pl.不包括我們k-ami [PAN]ami

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kamu

2pl., you all (used only when a specific number of persons is named, thus: #kamu-nda ‘you two’,# kamu-(in)-tolu>/wd> ‘you three’, #kamu opat ‘you four’)

kamu₂ [PMP]amu

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kapot

cotton shrub: Gossypium herbaceum

棉灌木:草本棉借詞

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kapun

meet, assemble

集合,集合

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kasig

long bamboo or outrigger boom of a boat used to prevent capsizing

用於防止傾覆的長竹竿或長懸臂katiR [PMP]

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kataw

rafter

椽子kasaw₁ [PMP]

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kaug

to stir, mix together; also to disturb

攪動,攪和kahug [PWMP]

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kayu

wood, tree, classifier for

木材、樹木、分類器kahiw [PMP]kaSiw

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kayu-on

bush, forested area

灌木叢、林地kahiw-en [PWMP]kaSiw

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kayu tongo bogot

one bundle of wood

一捆木頭beRkes [PMP]

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kekap

grope with hands and feet (in the dark, as in seeking the way)

用手和腳摸索(在黑暗中,如尋找道路)

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ki

article marking the nominative case of personal names

標記人名主格的文章ki₂ₐ [PMP]ki₂

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kiik

to peep, squeak, as a field mouse

偷看,吱吱,像只田鼠kihik [PWMP]

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kilan

handspan

手搖kilan [PWMP]

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kilat

lightning

閃電kilat₁ [PMP]likaC

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kima

kind of oyster

一種牡蠣kima [PMP]

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k〈im〉ilat

to flash, of lightning

閃電k〈um〉ilat [PWMP]likaC

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k〈in〉ali-an

place that is dug up

挖出來的地方kali₂ [PMP]kalih

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k〈in〉ali-an

place that has been dug up

被挖出的地方k〈in〉ali-an [PMP]kalih

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k〈in〉ali-an im bulawan

place where gold is excavated, goldmine

黃金開採地,金礦bulaw-an [PAN]bulaw

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k〈in〉o-bubud-an in Setaŋ

possessed by a malevolent spirit

被惡靈附身maŋ-bubud [PWMP]bubud

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kintom

dark brown

深棕色

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kita

we (plural incl.)

我們(包括複數)k-ita [PAN]ita₁

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ko

preposition: at, on, to, towards, between, from

介詞:at,on,to,toward,between,fromka₃ [PAN]

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ko-

marker of abstract nouns: #ko-loben ‘size, magnitude’ (cp. #mo-loben ‘large’)

抽象名詞的標記:#ko loben‘大小,大小’(cp.#mo loben‘大’)ka-₅ [PAN]

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ko-biag-an

grow, come into being

成長,形成ka-bihaR-an [PPH]bihaR

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kobut

dead (animals)

死亡(動物)

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ko-daḷom

depths

深度dalem [PMP]

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ko-datu-an

be designated a prince

被指定為王子datu [PMP]

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ko-dua

twice

兩次ika-duha [PMP]duSa

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ko-duaʔ

second

第二ika-duha [PMP]duSa

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ko-gaan-on

lightness

輕盈Raqan [PMP]

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kogan

scab on a wound

傷口上的痂keRan₁ [PAN]

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kog-ata

possess slaves

佔有奴隸qaRta [PMP]

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ko-gobii

last night

昨晚ka-Rabiqi [PMP]Rabiqi

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ko-gobii

the previous night (cp. #gobii ‘night’)

前一晚(cp.#戈壁'之夜')ka-₁ [PAN]

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kokap

grope, feel (as in the dark) (Also #Gorontalo #oʔapa)

摸索,感覺(就像在黑暗中一樣)(還有Gorontalo)

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koladi

a tuber with very large leaves

葉子很大的塊莖kaladi [PWMP]

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ko-likat

be quick about it!; speed

快點!;速度alikas [PAN]

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ko-lima

five times

五次ka-lima [PWMP]lima

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ko-lima

fifth (ordinal numeral)

第五(序數)ika-lima [PMP]lima

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kolo-anan

right side

右側wanan [PMP]wanaN

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kolob

cover tightly; cover an object completely with, for example, a fly-cover (for drinks), or a basket

keleb [PPH]

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kolo-igi

left (side)

左(側)wiRi [PAN]

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komalig

the house of the prince: palace. In priestly language: house

王子之家:宮殿。用祭司的語言:豪斯kamaliR [PMP]

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kompoŋ

intestines, according to some only the bowels without the stomach; also: belly

腸子,按有些只有腸子沒有胃;還有:肚子kempuŋ [PWMP]kempeŋ

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konuku

fingernail, claw

指甲,爪子k〈an〉uhkuh [PMP]kuSkuS₁

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ko-onom

six times, the sixth

六次,第六次ka-enem [PWMP]enem

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ko-opat

four times; the fourth

四次;第四次ka-epat [PMP]Sepat

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ko-oyaʔ

shyness

害羞ka-heyaq [PWMP]Seyaq

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ko-patoy-an

come to die, place or time in which one is overcome by death

去死,去一個人被死亡征服的地方或時間ka-p-atay-an [PWMP]aCay

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ko-pitu

seven times; also ‘seventh’, but it then indicates a closer connection with the preceding ‘six’ than #impitu

ka-pitu [PMP]pitu

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ko-puluʔ

ten times; the tenth

十次;第十次ika-puluq [PMP]puluq

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ko-pusiʔ

whiteness

白度ka-putiq [PWMP]putiq

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kosiŋ

laugh

kesiŋ [PWMP]

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ko-siow

nine times; the ninth

九次;第九次siwa [PMP]Siwa

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ko-siu-siug

already sleeping, while sleeping

已經在睡覺了,在睡覺的時候tiduR [PMP]

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ko-takit-an

become sick

生病ka-sakit-an [PWMP]sakit

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ko-taḷaʔ

have faults

有缺點ka-salaq [PWMP]salaq₁

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ko-taŋa

having branches, branching

有分支的saŋa₁ [PMP]

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ko-taŋa-taŋal

hold something firmly between the teeth

把東西牢牢地夾在牙齒之間saŋal [PWMP]

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kotod

large leg muscle

腿部肌肉發達keted [PWMP]

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ko-tolu

three times

三次ka-telu [PMP]telu

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ko-tolu-an

Orion’s belt

獵戶座腰帶ka-telu-an [PWMP]telu

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ko-walu

do eight times

做八次ka-walu [PWMP]walu

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ko-walu

eighth

第八ika-walu [PMP]walu

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koʔi-n-akoʔ

1sg oblique

1sg斜借詞

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koʔi-n-aton

1pl in oblique (Jason Lobel p.c.)

斜比特1pl(Jason Lobel p.c.)aten [PMP]iten

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-ku

1sg agent of a passive verb and possessive pronoun: my

被動式動詞和所有格代詞的第1人稱代詞:my-ku [PAN]

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kuak

cry, shriek, scream

哭泣,尖叫,尖叫kuak [PMP]

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kuau, kuow

a bird, so named from its cry

鳥,因叫聲而得名kuaw [PAN]

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kukud

to scratch, scrape

刮擦kuDkuD [PMP]

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kukup

cover, as with a layer of gilt

用一層鍍金覆蓋kupkup₁ [PWMP]

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kulintaŋ

musical instrument consisting of five copper bowls placed on a wooden frame

五個銅碗放在木架上的樂器kulintaŋ [PWMP]

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kulit

skin; bark; rind; bark

皮;樹皮;皮;樹皮kulit [PMP]kuliC

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kulit-an

skin it, remove the skin!

剝去它的皮,去掉它的皮!kulit-an [PWMP]kuliC

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kulug

kind of breadfruit tree, Artocarpus incisa

一種麵包果樹kuluR [PMP]

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kumi

moustache, whiskers

鬍子,鬍鬚kumi [PMP]

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k〈um〉uliliŋ

to procede in a circle or walk around

繞著圈子走kuliliŋ [PMP]kuliliŋ₁

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kuŋkum

to close, fold together (as wings, umbrella, book)

合攏,折疊(如翅膀、傘、書)kumkum [PWMP]

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kuŋ-kuŋ

a bird, named from its cry

一種鳥,因叫聲而得名ku(ŋ)kuŋ [PAN]

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kuŋ-kuŋ

kind of bird named from its call

從叫聲中得名的鳥kuŋkuŋ₁ [PAN]

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kuraŋ

used primarily to mean ‘displeased’ (in one’s feelings about someone)

主要用來指“不高興”(指對某人的感覺)借詞

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kurapu

kind of sea fish

一種海魚kurapu [PWMP]

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kurik

screaming, yelling

尖叫,叫喊kuriqik [PWMP]

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kusik

scream or call of a monkey

猴子的叫聲kusik [PMP]

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kutu

louse, head louse

蝨子,頭蝨kutu₁ [PMP]kuCux

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kutu im batu

used in explaining something very trifling, or when one humbles oneself (‘stone louse’)

用來解釋一些非常瑣碎的事情,或當一個人謙卑自己時(“石虱”)kutu₁ [PMP]kuCux

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kutu i uŋkuʔ

flea (‘dog louse’)

跳蚤(狗虱)kutu₁ [PMP]kuCux

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kutuk

oath; swear word, curse

發誓;發誓,詛咒kutuk₁ [PWMP]

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kutuk-on

to swear, to curse

發誓,詛咒kutuk₁ [PWMP]

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kuyon

cooking pot

kuden [PAN]

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laguy

flee, run away, escape

逃跑,逃跑,逃跑laRiw [PAN]

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lamag

slippery

滑的lamaR [PWMP]

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lamag

slippery

滑的偶然性

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lampaŋ

to step, step over something

跨過某物lampaŋ [PMP]

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lana

oil

laña [PMP]

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laŋow

common housefly

家蠅laŋaw [PMP]

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laŋuy

swim

游泳laŋuy [PWMP]

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lauk

to mix, mingle, blend

混合lahuk [PWMP]

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layaŋ

to float, glide, hover in the air

在空中漂浮、滑翔、盤旋layaŋ₁ [PWMP]

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leag

sail

layaR [PAN]

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lekap, likap

grope with hands or feet, as a blind person, or someone in the dark

用手或腳摸索,如盲人或黑暗中的人

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libod

to entwine, twist or wind around

纏繞纏繞libej [PWMP]

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likat

quick, fast

快,快偶然性

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lima

five

lima [PAN]

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lima-lima

by fives, in groups of five

五人一組,五人一組lima-lima [PMP]lima

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lim-bukon

wild dove with sombre, mournful cry

野鴿悲鳴buken₂ [PWMP]buken (X + buken

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lin-taguʔ

to keep, preserve, lay away (in the heart)

保存,保存,放下(在心裏)taRuq [PMP]

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lintaʔ

leech

水蛭qali-metaq [PWMP]-meCaq

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linug

earthquake

地震linuR [PAN]

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liŋkop

close up, to shut a door

閉嘴,把門關上liŋkep [PPH]

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liŋu

slightly disarranged; to almost forget, not remember well; almost escape

稍有混亂;幾乎忘記,記不清楚;幾乎逃脫liŋu [PWMP]

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liod

tracks, imprint of the foot or paw; step, pace

腳印腳印liqed [PPH]

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lipuʔ

village, place; nest; resting place for insects

村莊、地方;巢穴;昆蟲棲息的地方lipuq [PMP]

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litaʔ

nit

尼特lisehaq, liseqah [PMP]liseqeS

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loboŋ

valley, low-lying area

山谷、低窪地區le(m)beŋ [PWMP]

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loboŋ-on

it must be buried, bury it!

一定要埋了,埋了吧!lebeŋ₁ [PAN]

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lo-laki

man; male, masculine; brother (woman speaking)

男人;男人,男人;兄弟(說女人)la-laki [PWMP]laki₁

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lo-limat

a bailer made of sugar palm leaves

糖棕櫚葉做成的水壺la-limas [PMP]limas

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lolo-monsik

black ant with very venomous bite

黑螞蟻,咬得很毒me(n)tik [PMP]me(n)tik (X + me(n)tik

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loŋkaŋ

loosening of the outer skin

外皮松脫le(ŋ)kaŋ [PMP]

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lotuŋ

rice mortar

米漿lesuŋ [PMP]

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luaʔ

tears; anything that flows out; to flow out (of tears, blood, saliva); to spit out, vomit

眼淚;流出的東西;流出(眼淚、血、唾液);吐出,吐出luheq [PMP]luSeq

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lubid

cord; snare for birds

繩索lúbid [PPH]

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lubid s〈in〉olu

cord or twine made of three strands

三股繩t〈in〉elu [PPH]telu

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lukut

parasite or creeper that grows on durian trees, etc., and which is used medicinally

生長在榴蓮樹上的寄生蟲或匍匐植物等,可藥用lukuC [PAN]

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luluŋ

what serves to give shade

什麼能起到遮蔭的作用

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l〈um〉aŋuy

to swim

游泳l〈um〉aŋuy [PWMP]laŋuy

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l〈um〉eag

to sail

航行layaR [PAN]

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l〈um〉omot

stifle, choke, suffocate; drown

窒息lemes [PMP]

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l〈um〉otu

loss of vital energy or life-force (usually from sudden shock or fright)

生命能量或生命力的喪失(通常是由於突然的休克或驚嚇)l〈um〉esu [PWMP]lesu₃

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lumut

seaweed, moss

海藻、苔蘚lumut [PMP]

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magiʔ

hither, toward the speaker

在這裏,對著演講者um-aRi [PAN]aRi

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ma-magiʔ

coming hither, coming in this direction

到這裏來,朝這個方向來um-aRi [PAN]aRi

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mama-ʔ

father (used by children)

父親(兒童使用)mama [PMP]mamah

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ma-miliʔ

to choose

選擇ma-miliq [PWMP]piliq

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ma-nataʔ

strip the mid-rib from sago leaves

從西米葉子上剝去中間的肋骨sasah [PMP]

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ma-nutub

to cover, cover tightly

蓋緊tutub [PMP]

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maŋ-ugat

wash the anus with water

用水清洗肛門maŋ-huRas [PWMP]SuRas

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mao-daliʔ-daliʔ

quick, hasty; unexpected, sudden

迅速的;突然的dalíq [PPH]

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mata

eye; blade of a knife, cutting edge; the essence of something; counting classifier for sharp things like swords, knives, lances and nails

mata [PMP]maCa

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mata im bulan

moon (in songs)

月亮(在歌曲中)mata [PMP]maCa

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mata in siŋgai

sun (‘eye of the day’)

太陽(“每日之眼”)mata nu qalejaw [PAN]maCa

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mata-mata

a tree with hard wood like ironwood

像鐵木一樣有硬木的樹mata-mata [PMP]maCa

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m-atoy

die, go out (fire, light)

死,出去(火,光)m-atay [PMP]aCay

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minaŋa

mouth of a river; river

河口;河口minaŋa [PMP]

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m-in-atoy

died; gone out (fire, light)

死亡;熄滅(火、光)m〈in〉aCay [PAN]aCay

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mo-

stative prefix

狀態首碼ma-₁ [PAN]

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mo-baan

to sneeze

打噴嚏bahén [PPH]

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mo-bagu

new

新的ma-baqeRuh [PWMP]baqeRuh

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mo-bantaḷ

pack in, wrap up

收起,收起bantal [PWMP]

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mo-batun

pull up, come up out of the depths, pull out of a pit or out of the water

拉上來,從深處上來,從坑裏或水里拉出來bantun [PMP]

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mo-biag

living, alive

活著,活著ma-bihaR [PPH]bihaR

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mo-bidu, mo-biru

blue

藍色借詞

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mo-biraw

snivel, whimper, whine

鼻涕,嗚咽,嗚咽biRaw [PWMP]

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mo-bisa

venomous

毒液的借詞

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mo-bo-buraʔ

foaming

起泡bujeq₂ [PMP]bujeq

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mo-bodok

stupid

愚蠢的借詞

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mo-bogat

heavy (in both literal and figurative senses); difficult

沉重的(在字面和比喻意義上);困難的ma-beReqat [PMP]beReqat

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mo-bokat

break through, break out or loose, burst open (as a pond when the water finds an outlet, or a dam breaks)

bekas₁ [PAN]

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mo-botoi

to row, to paddle

划船beRsay [PMP]

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mo-bubug

cook porridge

煮粥buRbuR₁ [PMP]

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mo-bugow

drive off with a terrifying shout

以可怕的叫聲開車離開ma-buRaw [PAN]buRaw

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mo-buiŋ

streak of charcoal on something; dirty

在某物上有一條炭痕;髒的budiŋ [PWMP]

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mo-bunsit

swell up, bear fruit; become pregnant (somewhat coarse)

腫脹,結果實;懷孕(有點粗糙)ma-buntís [PPH]buq(e)tis

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mo-buriŋ

dark brown (as a cow)

深棕色(如牛)budiŋ [PWMP]

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mo-dagum

to sew

縫製zaRum [PAN]

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mo-dalom

deep

深的ma-dalem [PAN]dalem

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mo-didiʔ

to boil, boiling

煮沸diqdiq [PMP]

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mo-didiʔ iŋ ginaku

‘my heart is boiling’ (from passion)

“我的心在沸騰”(來自激情)diqdiq [PMP]

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mo-dilaʔ

to lick, taste (also used metaphorically)

舔,嘗(也用於比喻)dilaq₁ [PMP]

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mo-dodok

to pound rice

搗米dekdek [PMP]dekdek₁

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mo-dua-dua iŋ gina

to doubt, waver, hesitate (lit. ‘to have two breaths, minds, hearts’

懷疑,動搖,猶豫。“有兩次呼吸,思想,心靈”duha [PMP]duSa

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521
mo-gaan

light in weight

重量輕ma-Raqan [PMP]Raqan

Dunnebier 1951

522
mo-gaan

light in weight

重量輕Raqan [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

523
mog-aboḷ

to weave

編織maR-habél [PPH]habél

Dunnebier 1951

524
mog-agak

to copulate, of animals (e.g. horses)

交配動物(如馬)的交配maR-aRak [PWMP]aRak

Dunnebier 1951

525
mog-agak

to mate, of animals

交配偶然性

Dunnebier 1951

526
mog-akut

go back and forth repeatedly in order to bring or carry something, put something down, or into something else, as rice, corn, firewood, etc.

hakut [PMP]SakuC

Dunnebier 1951

527
mog-amboŋ

to dam up, put an obstacle in the way

築壩,設定障礙hambeŋ [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

528
mog-amboŋ

to dam up, put an obstacle in the way

築壩,設定障礙qambeŋ [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

529
mog-ampil

have constantly near one, care for or look after something (so that one doesn't lose it)

經常接近某人,關心或照顧某事(這樣一個人不會失去它)hampil [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

530
mog-ataʔ

whet, sharpen

磨刀,削尖hasaq [PMP]Sasaq

Dunnebier 1951

531
mo-gatu-gatut

become hundreds

成百上千ma-Ratus [PWMP]RaCus

Dunnebier 1951

532
mo-gatut

one hundred

一百ma-Ratus [PWMP]RaCus

Dunnebier 1951

533
mo-gatut mo-gatut

by the hundreds

成百上千ma-Ratus [PWMP]RaCus

Dunnebier 1951

534
mog-im-pitu

become the seventh

成為第七名im-pitu [PWMP]pitu

Dunnebier 1951

535
mog-im-puluʔ

become the tenth

成為第十個im-puluʔ [PWMP]puluq

Dunnebier 1951

536
mog-iŋat

think about something; remember

想想;記住maR-iŋat [PWMP]iŋat

Dunnebier 1951

537
mo-girud

to pull, haul, drag along

拉,拉,拖guyud₃ [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

538
mog-iut

to have sexual intercourse

性交qiut [PAN]

Dunnebier 1951

539
mo-gonsiŋ

to cut, cut through

切斷,切斷借詞

Dunnebier 1951

540
mog-osi

create shallows, as by damming a river in order to catch freshwater shrimps

建造淺灘,如築壩以捕捉淡水蝦maR-qeti [PPH]qeti₁

Dunnebier 1951

541
mog-otut

to break wind

破風maR-qetut [PWMP]qetut

Dunnebier 1951

542
mog-uaŋ

to bark, to howl

吠叫,嚎叫quaŋ₂ [PAN]

Dunnebier 1951

543
mo-gugur

to shake (as a branch)

搖動(如樹枝)gurgur₂ [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

544
mog-ugut

to pull, tug at something; snatch away from

拉,拽某物;從húRut [PPH]

Dunnebier 1951

545
mog-uliʔ

quitting of thirst, hunger or desire

止渴、饑餓或欲望maR-uliq [PPH]uliq₁

Dunnebier 1951

546
mog-uŋkuʔ

hunt with dogs

用狗打獵u(ŋ)kuq [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

547
mo-kali

to dig, dig up; busy with digging

挖掘,挖掘;忙於挖掘kali₂ [PMP]kalih

Dunnebier 1951

548
mo-kaya

wealthy

富有的kaya [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

549
moki-doŋog

to listen, try to hear

聽,試著聽maki-deŋeR [PPH]deŋeR

Dunnebier 1951

550
moki-ompu

subject oneself to or put oneself in the service of a lord

服從或服務於主maki-empu [PMP]empu

Dunnebier 1951

551
mo-kiput

narrow, of an opening

狹窄的kiput [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

552
moko-agow

able to, or dare to rob or to take by force

能夠或敢於搶劫或武力奪取qaRaw [PAN]

Dunnebier 1951

553
moko-alap

able to seize or capture

能抓住或抓住maka-alap [PPH]alap

Dunnebier 1951

554
moko-doŋog

to hear, be able to hear

聽,能聽maka-deŋeR [PPH]deŋeR

Dunnebier 1951

555
moko-katol

itching, producing an itch

癢,產生癢maka-gatel [PWMP]gaCel

Dunnebier 1951

556
moko-patoy

able to kill

能殺人p-atay [PMP]aCay

Dunnebier 1951

557
mo-kotak

to cackle, of hens (as when they have just laid an egg)

咯咯地笑,指母雞(好像剛下了蛋)ketak [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

558
moko-takit

cause sickness or pain

引起疾病或疼痛sakit [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

559
moko-taḷaʔ

able to make a distinction (as in a dispute)

能夠做出區分(如在爭論中)salaq₁ [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

560
moko-ulih

able to get

能夠得到maka-uliq₁ [PWMP]uliq₂

Dunnebier 1951

561
mo-koyut

picking of vegetables, etc., but especially of rice; to harvest

採摘蔬菜等,尤指水稻;收穫ma-ŋezut [PWMP]kezut

Dunnebier 1951

562
mo-kukud

scratched, scraped

刮傷,刮傷kuDkuD [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

563
mo-kuliliŋ

to go around, walk around

四處走走kuliliŋ [PMP]kuliliŋ₁

Dunnebier 1951

564
mo-likat

quick, fast

快,快alikas [PAN]

Dunnebier 1951

565
mo-limat

scoop out, bail water from a canoe

舀出來,把水從獨木舟裏舀出來limas [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

566
m-oli-mumug

to gargle, rinse the mouth

漱口,漱口muRmuR [PAN]

Dunnebier 1951

567
mo-lokop

complete, full; to fulfill; to become complete

完成;完成;成為完整lekep₂ [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

568
mo-lo-laŋu

drunk; dizzy; queasy

醉的;頭暈的;反胃的ma-laŋu [PAN]laŋu

Dunnebier 1951

569
mo-makuʔ

to nail together

團結一致借詞

Dunnebier 1951

570
mo-mamaʔ

to chew; to chew betel

咀嚼;咀嚼檳榔mamaq [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

571
mo-matun

to pull up (in a metaphorical sense); to free, or purchase the freedom of slaves, emancipate, lift up from humiliation

bantun [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

572
mo-maʔid

brush or scrape dirt or mud off the feet or hands

刷洗或刮掉腳或手上的泥土ma-maʔid [PWMP]paqid

Dunnebier 1951

573
mo-miag

care for, look after, rear, raise; kindle a fire

照顧、照料、照料、扶養;生火maŋ-bihaR [PPH]bihaR

Dunnebier 1951

574
mo-mogoi

pay a fine, do penance

交罰款,贖罪maŋ-beRay [PWMP]beRay

Dunnebier 1951

575
mo-mogot

tie an artificial spur to the leg of a cock, or a weapon to the horns of a fighting carabao

在公雞的腿上綁一根人工的刺,或在鬥雞的角上綁一件武器maŋ-beRkes [PWMP]beRkes

Dunnebier 1951

576
mo-mokat

(deliberately) provide an outlet in order to drain a pond, etc.

(故意)提供一個排水口以便排幹池塘等。bekas₁ [PAN]

Dunnebier 1951

577
mo-montat

cut open a new path (through vegetation)

開闢一條新路(穿過植被)maŋ-bentas [PWMP]bentas

Dunnebier 1951

578
mo-motaan

carry on the shoulder

扛在肩上pasaqan [PMP]pasaqaN

Dunnebier 1951

579
mo-mo-tadaŋ

carry something that hangs from the middle of a strap over the shoulder

把掛在肩帶中間的東西扛在肩上sad(e)qaŋ [PPH]

Dunnebier 1951

580
mo-muji

to praise, extol

讚美借詞

Dunnebier 1951

581
mo-mukot

go hunting with nets

用網打獵ma-muket [PWMP]puket₁

Dunnebier 1951

582
mo-muni

to hide, conceal oneself

藏,藏maŋ-buni [PWMP]buNi

Dunnebier 1951

583
mo-muŋa-i

bear fruit, bring forth fruit

結果子,結果子maŋ-buŋa [PWMP]buŋa

Dunnebier 1951

584
mo-mupul

hack down trees

砍倒樹木pulpul₁ [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

585
mo-mupur

to strew powder

撒粉ma-murpur [PWMP]purpur

Dunnebier 1951

586
mo-musir

produce fruit

生產水果butir [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

587
mo-musiʔ

make something white, as in whitening the teeth

使牙齒變白ma-mutiq [PWMP]putiq

Dunnebier 1951

588
mo-mutag

to turn, revolve

轉動ma-mutaR [PWMP]putaR

Dunnebier 1951

589
mo-mutul

to knot, tie a knot in thread or string (sometimes done as a means of keeping track of the passage of days until a certain event)

butequl [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

590
mo-mutuʔ

to bloom, of a banana plant

開花pusuq₁ [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

591
mo-muyak

to bloom, of creepers, climbers, coffee plants; become pregnant, of upper class women

開花,攀緣植物,攀緣植物,咖啡植物;懷孕,上流社會婦女bujak [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

592
mo-nabak

pound sago

磅西米tabak₁ [PWMP]tabak

Dunnebier 1951

593
mo-naguʔ

to store, keep, lay away, put away; leave behind (an inheritance); to withhold, keep in the heart; to inculcate, impress on someone

ma-naRuq [PWMP]taRuq

Dunnebier 1951

594
mo-nakit

painful; smarting, of pain

痛苦的;刺痛的ma-ñakit [PWMP]sakit

Dunnebier 1951

595
mo-nakow

steal

ma-nakaw [PWMP]Cakaw

Dunnebier 1951

596
mo-naŋag

to elope with an unmarried girl (elopement with a married woman is #moŋ-agow)

與未婚女子私奔(與已婚女子私奔是很久以前的事)taŋaR [PPH]

Dunnebier 1951

597
mon-dayow

to praise

讚美dáyaw [PPH]

Dunnebier 1951

598
mon-duyaʔ

to spit

吐痰dulaq [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

599
mongim-buḷud

follow the mountains, pick one's path through the mountains

翻山越嶺bulud₃ [PMP]buled₁

Dunnebier 1951

600
mo-nikop

catch shrimp or fish with the hand

用手抓蝦或魚cikep [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

601
mo-nipit

thin, as the flesh of fruits

薄,如果肉ma-nipis [PMP]Nipis

Dunnebier 1951

602
mo-nobi

collapse of the ground from floodwaters or a heavy rain

洪水或大雨造成的地面塌陷tebiq [PMP]Cebiq

Dunnebier 1951

603
mo-nobok

the ceremony of ear-piercing

刺耳儀式maŋ-tebek [PWMP]tebek

Dunnebier 1951

604
monogu-sian

become pregnant

懷孕tian [PMP]tiaN

Dunnebier 1951

605
mono-nakow

thief; one who customarily steals

小偷;慣偷的人mana-nakaw [PWMP]Cakaw

Dunnebier 1951

606
mo-nopaʔ

premasticate food for very young children

為幼兒準備的食品sepaq [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

607
mo-notop

to suck, suck up or out; to smoke

吸,吸或吸;抽ma-ñepsep [PWMP]sepsep

Dunnebier 1951

608
mo-notoy

walk over a bridge

走過一座橋ma-naytay [PWMP]taytay

Dunnebier 1951

609
mo-nugal

to dibble

食用ma-nugal [PWMP]tugal

Dunnebier 1951

610
mo-nuluʔ

go spearfishing with torches

用火把釣魚me-ñuluq [PWMP]suluq

Dunnebier 1951

611
mo-nupit

to pinch, press

捏,按supit [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

612
mo-nutuŋ

to burn, as incense on glowing coals

燃燒,如燃燒的煤上的香tutuŋ [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

613
mo-ŋabiri

to castrate

閹割借詞

Dunnebier 1951

614
moŋ-agow

rob, abduct, take away by force

搶劫,綁架,強行帶走maŋ-qaRaw [PWMP]qaRaw

Dunnebier 1951

615
moŋ-aku

admit, confess, acknowledge, promise

承認,承認,承認,許諾maŋ-aku [PWMP]aku

Dunnebier 1951

616
mo-ŋali

to dig, esp. a grave

挖掘,尤指墳墓ma-ŋali [PMP]kalih

Dunnebier 1951

617
moŋ-ampuŋ

ask for forgiveness, entreat, implore

請求原諒,懇求,懇求maŋ-ampun [PWMP]ampun

Dunnebier 1951

618
moŋ-anak

young

年輕的maŋ-anak [PWMP]aNak

Dunnebier 1951

619
mo-ŋarat

to bite, to gnaw, of mice, worms, etc.

咬老鼠、蟲子等。ma-ŋaRat [PWMP]kaRaC

Dunnebier 1951

620
moŋ-atok

plant rice seed by dibbling

點播水稻種子maŋ-hasek₁ [PWMP]hasek₁

Dunnebier 1951

621
moŋ-ayok

to kiss

親吻meŋ-hajek [PWMP]Sajek

Dunnebier 1951

622
moŋ-inum

to drink

maŋ-inum [PMP]inum

Dunnebier 1951

623
moŋo-deaga

young, of a daughter

年輕的,女兒的da-daRa [PWMP]daRa₂

Dunnebier 1951

624
moŋ-onu

what are you doing?; why?

你在做什麼?;為什麼?maŋ-anu [PWMP]-nu₁

Dunnebier 1951

625
moŋ-osi

to fish, angle with a line

釣魚qeti₂ [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

626
moŋ-uliq

restore, cure

恢復,治癒maŋ-uliq [PWMP]uliq₁

Dunnebier 1951

627
mo-ŋutu

seek out lice, delouse

找蝨子,去蝨子ma-ŋutu [PWMP]kuCux

Dunnebier 1951

628
moŋ-uyan

to rain, or: it will rain

下雨,或:會下雨maŋ-quzan [PWMP]quzaN

Dunnebier 1951

629
mo-oŋ-kolom-ai

used to describe the time of day when light is fading, dusk

用來形容一天中光線變暗、黃昏的時間kelem [PAN]

Dunnebier 1951

630
mo-oyaʔ

shy, ashamed

害羞,羞愧ma-heyaq [PMP]Seyaq

Dunnebier 1951

631
mo-panat

warm, feverish

溫暖,發燒ma-panas [PMP]panas₁

Dunnebier 1951

632
mo-patuʔ

warm

溫暖的ma-pásuq [PPH]pásuq

Dunnebier 1951

633
mo-paʔit

bitter

苦的ma-paqit [PMP]paqiC

Dunnebier 1951

634
mo-pia

good, beautiful, proper, in order; healthy; delicious, agreeable

好的,漂亮的,適當的,有序的;健康的;美味的,宜人的ma-pia [PMP]pia₂

Dunnebier 1951

635
mopo-kila-kilap

flicker, twinkle

閃爍,閃爍kilap [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

636
mo-ponod

thick, massive; become full

厚實的;豐滿的pened₁ [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

637
mopo-taḷaʔ

to accuse

控告mapa-salaq [PPH]salaq₁

Dunnebier 1951

638
mo-puluʔ

ten

ma-puluq [PWMP]puluq

Dunnebier 1951

639
mo-pupud

blunt; wasting away, of limbs from sickness; to lose a finger, etc.

鈍的;消瘦的,指因疾病而失去的四肢;失去一根手指等。ma-pudpud [PPH]pudpud

Dunnebier 1951

640
mo-pusiʔ

white

白色ma-putiq [PMP]putiq

Dunnebier 1951

641
mo-raat

bad, foul, rotten

壞,壞,爛ma-zaqat [PMP]zaqat

Dunnebier 1951

642
mo-rabut

to pull out (as plants, a tooth, etc.)

拔出(如植物、牙齒等)raq(e)but [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

643
mo-siap

peeping of chickens

偷看雞ciap [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

644
mo-simbaŋ

to weigh; consider

權衡;考慮timbaŋ [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

645
mo-siug

lie down, sleep, go to sleep

躺下,睡覺,睡覺ma-tiduR [PMP]tiduR

Dunnebier 1951

646
mo-tadaŋ

to hang something up, as on a nail in the wall

把某物掛起來,如掛在牆上的釘子上sad(e)qaŋ [PPH]

Dunnebier 1951

647
mo-takit

sick

生病的ma-sakit [PMP]sakit

Dunnebier 1951

648
mo-taki-takit

sickly, often sick

多病的,經常生病的ma-saki-sakit [PMP]sakit

Dunnebier 1951

649
mo-taḷaʔ

guilty

內疚的salaq₁ [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

650
mo-talow

faint-hearted, cowardly

膽小懦弱ma-talaw [PAN]talaw

Dunnebier 1951

651
mo-talug

follow the edge of a cultivated field, a river bank or river bed

沿著耕地、河岸或河床的邊緣saluR [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

652
mo-tambag

tasteless, insipid; diluted, thinned out; powerless

無味、乏味;稀釋、稀釋;無力tabaR [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

653
mo-taŋal

sink the teeth into something

把牙齒咬成東西saŋal [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

654
mo-taŋit

to sing such a dirge

唱這樣的挽歌saŋit [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

655
mo-tobok

poke holes in something thin (as leather)

在薄的東西上戳洞(如皮革)tebek [PAN]

Dunnebier 1951

656
mo-togat

hard, become hard

變硬,變硬ma-teRas [PMP]teRas

Dunnebier 1951

657
mo-tomu

go to meet, head for; to greet, receive (as a guest)

去迎接,去迎接;迎接,接待(作為客人)temu₂ [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

658
mo-topaʔ

chewed, ground up with the teeth

咀嚼,用牙齒碾碎sepaq [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

659
mo-tukod

go against the current

逆流而上tuked [PAN]

Dunnebier 1951

660
mo-tunduʔ

to show, point out; instruct

訓示tuzuq₁ [PAN]

Dunnebier 1951

661
mo-yayuʔ

far, far away

很遠,很遠ma-adayuq [PPH]adayúq

Dunnebier 1951

662
moyo-dame

to re-establish ties of friendship, make peace with one another

重建友誼,和睦相處damay [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

663
moyog-apid

very close together (as two trees)

非常接近(如兩棵樹)qapid [PAN]

Dunnebier 1951

664
mo-ʔinit

warm

溫暖的ma-qinit [PPH]qinit

Dunnebier 1951

665
mo-ʔintok

small, young

小的,年輕的ma-intek [PPH]itek

Dunnebier 1951

666
-mu

2sg. possessor; agent of passive verb

2毫克。佔有者;被動動詞的代理人-mu [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

667
mubud

to strew, scatter (medicine on wound, corn to entice chickens, etc.)

撒(藥在傷口上,玉米引誘雞等)maŋ-bubud [PWMP]bubud

Dunnebier 1951

668
muik

upstream, eastward

上游,向東um-udahik [PWMP]udahik

Dunnebier 1951

669
mula

to plant

種植mula [PAN]

Dunnebier 1951

670
m-una

first, ancient

第一,古老的h〈um〉una [PMP]huna

Dunnebier 1951

671
m-una

first; ancient

第一個;古老的um-unah [PMP]unah

Dunnebier 1951

672
m-una

first, ancient

第一,古老的(q)〈um〉una [PMP](q)uNah

Dunnebier 1951

673
m-una mai

earlier, formerly

以前,以前um-unah [PMP]unah

Dunnebier 1951

674
munsia-n

kind of gemstone

一種寶石借詞

Dunnebier 1951

675
m-untag

downstream, westward

下游,向西usauR [PPH]

Dunnebier 1951

676
muntoi

a tree: Cyclostemon macrophyllus

一棵樹:大葉鞘muntay [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

677
-nami

1pl excl. agent and possessor

1pl不包括代理人和佔有人n-ami [PAN]ami

Dunnebier 1951

678
namug

dripping dew

滴下的露水ñamuR [PAN]

Dunnebier 1951

679
nanat

stretch (a rope, piece of material, elastic)

拉伸(一根繩子,一塊資料,有彈性)

Dunnebier 1951

680
nantuʔ

kind of tree with hard wood: Palaquium obtusifolium

硬木樹種:扁柏ñatuq [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

681
naŋa

kind of very thick rattan

很厚的藤條naŋa₂ [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

682
n-aton

1st plural incl.

第一複數包括。aten₃ [PWMP]ita₁

Dunnebier 1951

683
-nia

3sg. possessor

3毫克。佔有人ni-a [PAN]-a₂

Dunnebier 1951

684
-nia

his, her, hers

他的,她,她的ni-ia [PAN]ia₁

Dunnebier 1951

685
nipaʔ

a swamp palm: Nipa fruticans

沼澤棕櫚:■nipaq [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

686
no-bondul

glutted, having eaten or drunk too much

暴飲暴食bendul [PMP]bedul

Dunnebier 1951

687
no-takit

became sick

生病了na-sakit [PPH]sakit

Dunnebier 1951

688
no-taŋal

grip something with the teeth and drag it away

用牙齒抓住某物並把它拖走saŋal [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

689
nunuk

kind of waringin or banyan

有點像瓦林或榕樹nunuk [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

690
ŋaŋa

opening or entrance of an elongated object, as a bamboo internode used in cooking, or a long passage; can also be used for opening of the mouth or the entrance to the gullet

ŋaŋa₂ [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

691
ŋawaŋ

atmosphere, space

大氣、空間

Dunnebier 1951

692
ŋia(ŋ)-ŋiaŋ

kind of cricket

一種蟋蟀ŋiaŋ [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

693
ŋiaw

the sound of a cat

貓的叫聲ŋiaw [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

694
ŋipon

tooth

牙齒ŋipen [PAN]

Dunnebier 1951

695
ŋiruŋ, ŋiuŋ

nose

鼻子ŋijuŋ [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

696
o-agow-an

what is usually taken in robbery: booty, loot

搶劫中常帶的東西:贓物,贓物qaRaw [PAN]

Dunnebier 1951

697
obaga

shoulder

qabaRa₁ [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

698
obatog

large larva in e.g. a sago palm or a coconut palm

大型幼蟲,如西米棕櫚或椰子棕櫚qabateR [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

699
obu

extinguish a fire with water

用水滅火噪聲

Dunnebier 1951

700
odom

sit on a nest; stay in one's own place

坐在巢上;呆在自己的地方qendem [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

701
ogot-an

waist, middle of the body

腰部,身體中部heRet [PMP]SeReC

Dunnebier 1951

702
olabat ~ labat

beam of a balustrade

欄杆梁alabat [PPH]

Dunnebier 1951

703
olagaʔ

kind of large red tree ant

一種大紅樹蟻alagaq [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

704
oḷat

wait, wait for

等等,等等借詞

Dunnebier 1951

705
olibobag

rainbow

彩虹qali- [PAN]

Dunnebier 1951

706
olimantok

kind of leech with bluish back and yellow underside

一種背部藍底黃的水蛭qali-matek [PWMP]-matek

Dunnebier 1951

707
olimaŋow

large crab

大螃蟹qali-maŋaw [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

708
olimaŋow

kind of large crab

一種大螃蟹qali- [PAN]

Dunnebier 1951

709
olinow

shadow, that is shadow-image

影子,那是影子形象alinaw [PPH]

Dunnebier 1951

710
oḷom

coolness, protection from the heat of the sun, shadow (distinct from #olinow 'the shadow of something'), the cool place under a tree

elem₁ [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

711
olu-asi

earthworm

蚯蚓wati₁ [PMP]wati₁ (X + wati₁

Dunnebier 1951

712
olunan

headrest

頭枕qalunan [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

713
oluton

remains of firewood in the hearth, pieces of smoldering wood

壁爐裏剩下的柴火,燃燒的木片aluten [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

714
ompu

lord, ruler, head; ancestor; grandfather; grandchild

主,統治者,首領;祖先;祖父;孫子empu [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

715
ompu-an

that toward which respect is shown; that which is respected or honored

被尊重的;被尊重的empu-an [PWMP]empu

Dunnebier 1951

716
ompu-ʔ

opening word in the solemn invocation of the higher powers, as when swearing an oath, treating the sick with medicine, in uttering blessings, congratulations, etc.; O gods!

empu-q [PMP]empu

Dunnebier 1951

717
onat

unroll, draw out (of a ball of yarn or string); stretch oneself

(從一團紗線或細線中)展開、抽出;伸展eñat [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

718
ondi-ʔ

term used by elders to address girls up to about seven years of age (obsolescent); also used as a proper name

enzi-q [PWMP]enzi

Dunnebier 1951

719
onom

six

enem [PAN]

Dunnebier 1951

720
onop

sunken in or covered with water; saturated, as cooked rice in a cooking pot which still contains water

eñep [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

721
onop

sunk in or covered with water

沉入水中或被水覆蓋

Dunnebier 1951

722
ontoŋ

see, look at

看,看e(n)teŋ [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

723
o-nu

what, which, how?

什麼,哪個,怎麼做?a-nu [PMP]-nu₁

Dunnebier 1951

724
onunaŋ

kind of tree which produces glue

一種能產生膠水的樹hanunaŋ [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

725
onunaŋ

kind of tree which produces glue

一種能產生膠水的樹qaNuNaŋ [PAN]

Dunnebier 1951

726
onu-on

what must be done?

必須做什麼?anu-en [PPH]-nu₁

Dunnebier 1951

727
oŋkob

to cover

掩蓋e(ŋ)keb [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

728
opat

four

epat [PMP]Sepat

Dunnebier 1951

729
opat-opat

four by four, four at a time; all four

四乘四,一次四個;全部四個epat epat [PMP]Sepat

Dunnebier 1951

730
opa-upat

kind of snake

一種蛇upas₁ [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

731
opit

substance between the leaves and stem of a coconut palm, something like the #idup (horsehair-like fibers) of an areca palm; a few interwoven pieces are commonly used as the inner lining of baskets used to carry sago

epis [PPH]

Dunnebier 1951

732
opoḷat

tree with leaves that can be used as sandpaper: Ficus politoria

樹葉可作沙紙的樹:榕樹qa(m)pelas [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

733
opoyu

gall

膽子qapejux [PAN]

Dunnebier 1951

734
osi

coral reef, shallows

珊瑚礁、淺灘qeti₁ [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

735
otut

wind, fart

風,屁qetut [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

736
o-uman

a story

故事quman [PAN]

Dunnebier 1951

737
oyaʔ

shyness, shame

害羞,羞恥heyaq [PMP]Seyaq

Dunnebier 1951

738
oyom

to roost, of chickens

以雞為窩qendem [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

739
oyom

to perch (chickens)

棲息(雞)qerem [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

740
oyut

noise, reverberation; growl

譟音、迴響;咆哮erut [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

741
oʔigi

post under a house or bridge, pillar

房子或橋下的柱子hadiRi [PMP]SadiRi

Dunnebier 1951

742
oʔo

expression of agreement; yes, good, it is good

表示同意;是的,很好,很好heqe [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

743
paa

thigh; hip; buttock

大腿;臀部;臀部paqa₁ [PAN]

Dunnebier 1951

744
paan

bait

誘餌paen [PAN]

Dunnebier 1951

745
padaŋ

cane grass: Imperata cylindricaImperata arundinacea

甘蔗草:白茅padaŋ [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

746
pagi

stingray; also a constellation: the Stingray

黃貂魚;也是一個星座:黃貂魚paRih [PMP]paRiS

Dunnebier 1951

747
paha

serious, of an illness

嚴重的疾病借詞

Dunnebier 1951

748
pake-aŋ

clothing

服裝借詞

Dunnebier 1951

749
pakuʔ

spike, nail

釘子,釘子借詞

Dunnebier 1951

750
panat

warm, feverish

溫暖,發燒panas₁ [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

751
pandok

spot, speck, fleck

斑點,斑點,斑點pa(n)dek [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

752
pansur-aŋ

water conduit

輸水筦道借詞

Dunnebier 1951

753
paŋi

a tree, Pangium edule. Its shredded leaves are mixed with bacon and blood and cooked in a bamboo to make a favorite dish. The seeds of the fruit are also eaten, but are poisonous and must first be roasted

paŋi [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

754
paŋkat

rank

等級借詞

Dunnebier 1951

755
papan

stick or lath used to tap down the weft thread (in weaving)

用來輕敲緯線的木棍或板條(在紡織中)papan [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

756
pariama

the Seven Sisters (constellation)

七姐妹(星座)pariama [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

757
pasar

market

市場借詞

Dunnebier 1951

758
pasiukan

bee, wasp

蜜蜂,黃蜂patiukan [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

759
p-atoy

kill; extinguish a fire or light; bring flowing water to a standstill

殺死;熄滅火或光;使流動的水停止流動p-atay [PMP]aCay

Dunnebier 1951

760
patoy-on

he must or will die

他必須或將要死去p-aCay-en [PAN]aCay

Dunnebier 1951

761
patuŋ

kind of bamboo used as a water vessel

一種用作水壺的竹子patuŋ [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

762
payoy

unhusked rice, rice plant

稻穀pajay [PAN]

Dunnebier 1951

763
pékak

frog

青蛙pikak [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

764
pékak

frog

青蛙

Dunnebier 1951

765
pera

silver; silver coin

銀幣借詞

Dunnebier 1951

766
pia

goodness

善良pia₂ [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

767
piliʔ

choose

選擇piliq [PAN]

Dunnebier 1951

768
p〈in〉aŋkat

one appointed to a given rank; the exalted one (used esp. of the spirits of the dead)

被任命為某一級別的人;被尊崇的人(尤指死者的靈魂)借詞

Dunnebier 1951

769
p-in-atoy

killed

被殺死的p〈in〉atay [PWMP]aCay

Dunnebier 1951

770
pindiŋ

belt buckle or clasp (mostly of gold or gilded silver); little girls of prominent families, as they wander about stark naked often have a golden #pinding hanging before their private parts

借詞

Dunnebier 1951

771
pioŋ

turn off, extinguish (of fire or light)

熄滅(火或光)pideŋ [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

772
pipid

row; put in a row

排成一排pijpij [PAN]

Dunnebier 1951

773
pisik

sprinkle something

撒點東西picik [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

774
pitow

machete or bolo that a Mongondow man always keeps by his side when travelling

蒙哥多人旅行時隨身攜帶的彎刀pisaw [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

775
pitu

seven

pitu₁ [PAN]pitu

Dunnebier 1951

776
pitua

explanation, interpretation (of a dream, etc.); information; prophecy

解釋,解釋(夢等);資訊;預言借詞

Dunnebier 1951

777
pitu no puluʔ

seventy

七十pitu₁ [PAN]pitu

Dunnebier 1951

778
po-buat-an

time or place in which one shall leave; expected departure

離開的時間或地點;預期的離開buhat₃ [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

779
po-bulig-an

stretcher, litter

擔架、擔架bulig [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

780
po-bumbu-bumbun

fill holes up with earth

用土填洞bunbun [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

781
po-buni-an

to hide (something)

隱藏(某物)buni₁ [PMP]buNi

Dunnebier 1951

782
pogopat

kind of ironwood tree: Metrosideros vera

一種鐵木樹:■paRepat [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

783
poki-ompu

subject oneself to the authority of another (as to a prince)

服從他人的權威(如君主)paki-empu [PWMP]empu

Dunnebier 1951

784
poko-buat

time to leave

該走了buhat₃ [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

785
poko-daḷom-on

make it deep!

深一點!dalem [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

786
pokog-atod

time of the bringing of something (used in a fixed expression uttered at the time the marriage dowry is brought)

hateD [PMP]SateD

Dunnebier 1951

787
poko-togat-on

it must be made hard; it can’t be moved

它必須變硬,不能移動teRas [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

788
po-laguy

flight

班機pa-laRiw [PMP]laRiw

Dunnebier 1951

789
po-linug-an

to shake, as in an earthquake

搖晃,如在地震中linuR [PAN]

Dunnebier 1951

790
poḷut

to get loose (as flower petals, or an animal from a noose trap)

鬆開(如花瓣或動物從套索陷阱中掙脫)pelus [PAN]

Dunnebier 1951

791
po-mamaʔ

betel kit, the full set of accessories for chewing betel nut

檳榔包,全套檳榔咀嚼配件mamaq [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

792
po-mamaʔ-an

betel box, betel case

檳榔盒,檳榔盒mamaq [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

793
po-mata-an

East (place of the rising sun)

東方(太陽升起的地方)mata [PMP]maCa

Dunnebier 1951

794
po-matoy

that with which one kills or wants to kill

用來殺人或想殺人的東西paŋ-m-atay [PWMP]aCay

Dunnebier 1951

795
pompaŋ

steep slope of a mountain, but one along which one can still descend

陡峭的山坡,但仍能沿其下降paŋpaŋ [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

796
po-muŋa-i-an

fruiting season

結果季節buŋa-i [PWMP]buŋa

Dunnebier 1951

797
p〈om〉upul-an

time when (or place where) trees are being (or will be) hacked down

樹木被砍倒(或將被砍倒)的時間(或地點)pulpul₁ [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

798
po-nakaw-an

place where something was stolen or will be stolen

某物被偷或將被偷的地方paŋ-takaw-an [PWMP]Cakaw

Dunnebier 1951

799
ponik

climb a ladder or tree, ascend

爬梯子或樹,爬上去panahik [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

800
poniki

bat, flying fox

蝙蝠,飛狐paniki [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

801
po-noyaɁ

side-dish, either fish or meat that is eaten with the main course

配菜,與主菜一起吃的魚或肉sedaq [PPH]

Dunnebier 1951

802
poŋ-inum pa

have a drink first, drink a bit more (invitation)

先喝一杯,再喝一點(請柬)paŋ-inum [PMP]inum

Dunnebier 1951

803
po-ŋuraŋ-an

time when something becomes less or in short supply

某物減少或短缺的時間借詞

Dunnebier 1951

804
popod

end, ending, extremity (as the end of a rope, a village, a conversation)

結束,結束,結束(如繩子的末端,村莊,談話)pedped₂ [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

805
popot

a piece of something; to cut in two or in pieces, of a long object or a snake

一塊某物;把一個長的物體或一條蛇切成兩半petpet₃ [PPH]

Dunnebier 1951

806
popo-tuad

to display the bare bottom (a terrible insult)

露出赤裸的屁股(可怕的侮辱)tuad [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

807
potaan-on

take it on your shoulder!

把它扛在肩上!pasaqan [PMP]pasaqaN

Dunnebier 1951

808
pot-ataʔ-an

whetstone

磨石hasaq [PMP]Sasaq

Dunnebier 1951

809
po-ʔinum-on

give (him) something to drink!

給(他)點喝的!pa-inum-en [PWMP]inum

Dunnebier 1951

810
puasa

the Muslim fasting period

穆斯林禁食期借詞

Dunnebier 1951

811
puki

female genitals

女性生殖器puki [PAN]

Dunnebier 1951

812
pukot

net for catching wild pigs; spider web

捕捉野豬的網;蜘蛛網puket₁ [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

813
pulu

handle (as of an axe)

把手(如斧頭)pulu₁ [PAN]pulu

Dunnebier 1951

814
puluʔ

ten

puluq₁ [PAN]puluq

Dunnebier 1951

815
punaŋ

source, origin; cause (as of a dispute)

來源,來源;原因(如爭端)punaŋ [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

816
pupur

powder

purpur [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

817
pusiʔ

white

白色putiq [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

818
putag

turning

轉彎putaR [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

819
putod

navel, mid-point; in the middle

肚臍,中點;在中間pusej [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

820
putuʔ

heart; also heart-shaped inflorescence of the banana plant

心;香蕉植物的心形花序pusuq₁ [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

821
puyuŋ

bun (of hair)

髮髻puyuŋ [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

822
rakup

as much as one can hold with the two hands together

一個人用兩只手盡可能多地握住ra(ŋ)kup [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

823
rikut

thickly grown with grass

長滿草的rikut [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

824
r〈im〉insi-rinsik

to drip steadily (as sweat)

滴水(如汗水)rintik [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

825
ritak

step or be stepping on something

踩或踩在某物上

Dunnebier 1951

826
rogaŋ, yogaŋ

thirst

口渴

Dunnebier 1951

827
roŋut

wrinkle (of the skin)

(皮膚的)皺紋reŋut [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

828
rosik

spot, speck, stain

斑點、斑點、污漬recik [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

829
rotot, rontot

take away from, remove

帶走,帶走re(n)tes [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

830
ruit

sharp, pointed

尖銳的ruit [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

831
ruŋkuʔ

bent, bowed (of the back, through old age)

彎腰,鞠躬(指背,直到年老)ru(ŋ)kuq [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

832
rupit

narrow (of an opening or doorway)

狹窄的(指開口或門口)rupit [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

833
samatet

tomato

蕃茄借詞

Dunnebier 1951

834
sia

3sg.

3毫克。si ia₁ [PAN]ia₁

Dunnebier 1951

835
si-a

3sg, he/she

3sg,他/她si₁ [PAN]

Dunnebier 1951

836
sian

belly, abdomen

腹部tian [PMP]tiaN

Dunnebier 1951

837
si-daḷom

liver

肝臟dalem [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

838
sikat

to lift up, as a mat

舉起來,如墊子tikas [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

839
sikop

catch fish with hand

手抓魚cikep [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

840
siku

elbow, corner

彎頭,拐角sikux [PAN]

Dunnebier 1951

841
silom

fade, become invisible (as stars at the rising of the sun); blinded by glare

消失,變得看不見(如太陽升起時的星星);被強光遮蔽silem [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

842
silom

to fade from sight (as stars with the rising sun); blinded by a strong light

從視線中消失(如太陽升起時的星星);被強光遮蔽tilem₁ [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

843
simut-on

salt

timus [PAN]

Dunnebier 1951

844
s〈in〉aguʔ

what is put aside or given to someone for safekeeping

放在一邊或交給某人保管的東西t〈in〉aRuq [PWMP]taRuq

Dunnebier 1951

845
sindar

light, glow of light

光,光暈sindar [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

846
s-in-okow

stolen (past); what is stolen

被偷的(過去);被偷的t〈in〉akaw [PWMP]Cakaw

Dunnebier 1951

847
siŋkod

heel

腳後跟tiked [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

848
siow

nine

siwa [PMP]Siwa

Dunnebier 1951

849
sipuʔ

picking (of fruit), shelling (of maize), falling out (of teeth)

(水果的)採摘,(玉米的)剝皮,(牙齒的)脫落tipuq [PPH]

Dunnebier 1951

850
siug

sleep; dream

睡覺;做夢tiduR [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

851
siʔat

part of something that is split; classifier for split rattan, bamboo

被劈開的東西的一部分;用來分類劈開的藤條、竹子的分級機siqat [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

852
taab

flood

洪水taeb [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

853
tabakuʔ

tobacco

煙草借詞

Dunnebier 1951

854
tabaʔaŋ, tobaʔaŋ

kind of shrub: Cordyline terminalis; the leaves are used in sacrificial offerings and the branches employed as boundary markers

sabaqaŋ [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

855
tabud

strew, scatter, sow

撒播sabuD [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

856
tabud

strew, scatter seed

撒播種子tabuD [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

857
tagin batu

banana sp.

香蕉屬。batu [PMP]batux

Dunnebier 1951

858
tagin bulawan

kind of banana

一種香蕉bulaw-an [PAN]bulaw

Dunnebier 1951

859
tagin bulig-an

kind of banana

一種香蕉buliR [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

860
tagum

a creeper that yields a greenish-black dye

一種能產生綠黑色染料的藤蔓植物taRum [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

861
takit

ghosts of lower rank that cause sickness and all sorts of trouble, and that reside in springs, rivers, oddly-shaped stones, in the forest, etc., above all in lonesome and deserted places; takit also means ‘sickness’, and is then associated with the forces that cause sickness

sakit [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

862
takoi

get on a horse or a vehicle, go for a ride, sail, navigate

騎上馬或車,去兜風,航行,導航sakay₁ [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

863
takow

steal, go out to steal

偷,出去偷takaw₁ [PMP]Cakaw

Dunnebier 1951

864
taḷaʔ

mistake, error, fault, guilt; difference, distinction; fine, penalty

錯誤,錯誤,錯誤,罪惡;區別,區別;罰款,處罰salaq₁ [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

865
taliʔ inta nanion u-mu-boli

a brideprice that must be paid off at once

必須立即付清的新娘beli [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

866
taḷog

floor

地板saleR [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

867
taḷog-an

provide with a floor or foundation

提供地板或基礎saleR [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

868
talom

sink

下沉salem [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

869
taḷoŋ

a resinous tree: Dammara Celebica; resin from this tree

一棵樹脂樹:■;這棵樹的樹脂saleŋ [PAN]

Dunnebier 1951

870
talud

catching of rainwater, spurting blood, etc.

收集雨水、噴射血液等。saluD [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

871
talug

edge, short

邊緣,短saluR [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

872
talun-an

remove the growth from land, clear land for planting

除掉地上的生長物,開墾種植用地talun-an [PPH]CaluN

Dunnebier 1951

873
talun mo-nalun

clear or work a piece of land, removing the native growth, planting

開墾或耕種一塊土地,除去本地生長的植物,種植talun₁ [PMP]CaluN

Dunnebier 1951

874
tambaga

copper

借詞

Dunnebier 1951

875
tambak

burial place

墓地tambak₂ [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

876
tambor

drum

借詞

Dunnebier 1951

877
taŋa

branch (of a tree, river)

(樹、河的)樹枝saŋa₁ [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

878
taŋag

abduct, elope with, carry off, plunder

綁架,私奔,帶走,搶劫taŋaR [PPH]

Dunnebier 1951

879
taŋit

kind of song that is heard, for example, during the demolition of the scaffolding in the deathhouse of a prince

saŋit [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

880
taŋkaŋ

bend or curve away from one another, of legs or knees

腿或膝蓋彎曲或彎曲tákaŋ [PPH]

Dunnebier 1951

881
tapaʔ

brook, creek

小溪,小溪sapaq₁ [PAN]

Dunnebier 1951

882
tapuɁ

flesh (of people, animals, and fruit)

肉(指人、動物和水果)sapuq [PPH]

Dunnebier 1951

883
taput

burial shroud (for Muslims)

裹屍布(穆斯林用)saput₁ [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

884
tarima

to receive, accept, approve of, allow, permit

接受、接受、准予、允許、允許借詞

Dunnebier 1951

885
tataʔ

sago palm leaves stripped of the mid-rib and used as roofing material

西米棕櫚葉,去掉中間肋,用作屋頂資料sasah [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

886
tawan

kind of tree: Pometia pinnata Merr.

樹的種類:山柚。tawan [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

887
tayab

to roast

sadab [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

888
tayab-an

a grill

烤架sadab [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

889
tayad

slice thin (as onions, greens)

薄片(如洋蔥、青菜)sayad [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

890
tayu

beeswax

蜂蠟tadu [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

891
taʔay

feces, excrement

糞便taqay [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

892
tobi

breaking off, collapse, landslide

斷裂、崩塌、滑坡tebiq [PMP]Cebiq

Dunnebier 1951

893
togod

stinger of an insect

蟲刺seRed [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

894
togop

a tree from which birdlime is obtained: Artocarpus elastica

從中獲取鳥時的樹:■teRep [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

895
togoʔinop

dream

夢想taRa-qinép [PPH]qinep

Dunnebier 1951

896
toko-pitu

seven times in total

一共七次pitu₁ [PAN]pitu

Dunnebier 1951

897
tolatan

south, south wind

南風,南風salatan [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

898
toli-butaʔ

stand in relation to the earth, as through rights of usufruct

與地球的關係,如通過使用權buRtaq [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

899
toliŋ

bamboo sp.

竹屬。teriŋ [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

900
tolu

three

telu [PAN]

Dunnebier 1951

901
tolu-on

make with three strands (of cord)

用三股繩子做的telu-en [PWMP]telu

Dunnebier 1951

902
toluʔ

three (only in serial counting)

三(僅在連續計數中)telu [PAN]

Dunnebier 1951

903
tom-bulig

cluster of fruit

水果串sa buliR [PMP]buliR

Dunnebier 1951

904
tom-putuʔ

resembling a heart; heart-shaped

類似心臟的;心形的pusuq₁ [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

905
tondag

to roast (of coffee, corn or peanuts) in a pan on the fire

在火上用平底鍋烤(指咖啡、玉米或花生)saŋelaR [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

906
tondan

wages

薪水tendan [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

907
tondok

fence, enclosure

圍欄、圍牆tendek₂ [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

908
tononujuʔ

index finger

食指t〈an〉uzuq [PMP]tuzuq₁

Dunnebier 1951

909
ton-taniʔ

by oneself, alone, on one’s own

獨自一人taniq [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

910
tonto-ḷawaʔ

spider

蜘蛛lawaq₂ [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

911
toŋa

mucus from the nose or throat

鼻腔或喉嚨粘液seŋa₁ [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

912
toŋg-ata-an

make a slave of someone

做某人的奴隸qaRta [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

913
toŋit

stench (as of sweaty armpits, burned rice, etc.)

惡臭(如腋下出汗、燒飯等)ceŋis [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

914
toŋkob

ridgepole cover, the bamboo that covers the ridge of the roof

脊杆蓋,覆蓋屋頂脊的竹子se(ŋ)keb [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

915
toŋo buḷud-an

one mountain (mountain range)

一山(山脈)bulud-an [PPH]buled₁

Dunnebier 1951

916
toŋo siku

an elbow-length: a measure from the middle finger to the elbow of the same arm (some say this is a longer measure from the middle finger to the elbow of the opposite arm)

sikux [PAN]

Dunnebier 1951

917
topaʔ-an

to chew; what is chewed, hence food

咀嚼;咀嚼的東西,囙此食物sepaq-an [PWMP]sepaq

Dunnebier 1951

918
topiɁ

bunch, cluster, as of bananas; classifier in counting bunches of bananas

成串的,成串的,如香蕉sepiq [PAN]

Dunnebier 1951

919
topoḷod ~ topoyod

puckering up, of taste

皺巴巴的,有品味的sapeled [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

920
topo-pitu

every seventh, on the seventh (night, etc.)

每七日,七日(晚上等)pitu₁ [PAN]pitu

Dunnebier 1951

921
torindog

erect

直立的

Dunnebier 1951

922
to-simbaŋ-an

balance scale

天平timbaŋ [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

923
to-siug-an

sleeping place

睡覺的地方tiduR [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

924
to-tabak

kind of hammer used to pound sago out of the sago palm

一種用來從西米掌中敲出西米的錘子tabak₁ [PWMP]tabak

Dunnebier 1951

925
totok

gecko, house lizard

壁虎,壁虎tektek₂ [PAN]

Dunnebier 1951

926
to-topaʔ

a mouthful

一口sepaq [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

927
totoy

a bridge, formerly not much more than a tree trunk or bamboo over the water

一座橋,以前只不過是水面上的樹幹或竹子taytay [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

928
to-tugal

dibble stick

食用棒tugal [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

929
to-tupit

pincers or tongs of bamboo

竹鉗cupit [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

930
to-tupit

pincers or tongs of bamboo

竹鉗supit [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

931
to-tuyuʔ

a drop of liquid

一滴液體tuduq [PAN]

Dunnebier 1951

932
toyaɁ

fish

sedaq [PPH]

Dunnebier 1951

933
toyom

ant (generic)

螞蟻(通用)sejem [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

934
toʔigu b-in-ubuk

worm-eaten maize

蟲蛀玉米b〈in〉ukbuk [PPH]bukbuk₃

Dunnebier 1951

935
tuad

bare the buttocks (a terrible insult)

露屁股(可怕的侮辱)tuad [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

936
tuad-on

Bare your bottom!

露出你的屁股!tuad [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

937
tuba

a plant the roots of which are used to poison fish

一種植物,其根用來毒害魚tubah [PAN]

Dunnebier 1951

938
tubat

waste, what is thrown away, as a chewed betel quid or a fruit from which the juice has been sucked

廢物,扔掉的東西,如嚼過的檳榔或從中吸取果汁的水果tu(m)bas [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

939
tubig

water, moisture, juice

水、水分、果汁噪聲

Dunnebier 1951

940
tubuʔ

young or new leaves in general

嫩葉或新葉tubuq, tumbuq [PMP]Cubuq

Dunnebier 1951

941
tudaʔ

throw

tudaq [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

942
tukad

ladder, originally a notched log

梯子,原來是一根有缺口的木頭tukad₁ [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

943
tukod

a prop; to prop up or support; press a sagging surface upward (as a ceiling)

支撐物;支撐或支撐;把下垂的表面向上壓(如天花板)suked [PAN]

Dunnebier 1951

944
tukod

prop, support; to prop up, to support

支撐tuked [PAN]

Dunnebier 1951

945
tukod-on

it must be propped up; prop it up!

它必須支撐起來;支撐起來!tuked-en [PWMP]tuked

Dunnebier 1951

946
tuḷan

bone

tuqelan [PMP]CuqelaN

Dunnebier 1951

947
tulan iŋ gutuk

rib bones, rib cage

肋骨,肋骨籠Rusuk [PAN]

Dunnebier 1951

948
tulaŋ

bone (less frequent variant of #tulan)

骨(圖蘭不常見的變體)tuqelaŋ [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

949
tuli

ear wax

耳垢tuli₁ [PMP]Culi

Dunnebier 1951

950
tuli-an

to have ear wax

耳垢tuli₁ [PMP]Culi

Dunnebier 1951

951
tulud

push it away, give it a punch

把它推開,給它一拳tulúd [PPH]

Dunnebier 1951

952
tuluʔ

fire

suluq [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

953
tuma

clothes louse

衣虱tumah [PMP]CumeS

Dunnebier 1951

954
tumon-do-dagum

be needle-shaped (of new rice sprouts)

(新稻苗的)針狀zaRum [PAN]

Dunnebier 1951

955
t〈um〉otop

to suck (as on a piece of sugarcane)

吸(如在甘蔗上)s〈um〉epsep [PAN]sepsep

Dunnebier 1951

956
tuŋit

beak, bill

比克,比爾suŋit₁ [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

957
tuŋkub

cover over (as with a basket)

覆蓋(如用籃子)suŋkub [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

958
tuŋkub

cover over, cover (with a basket, etc.)

掩護,掩護(用籃子等)tu(ŋ)kub [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

959
tuŋkub

cover over (as with a basket)

覆蓋(如用籃子)cuŋkub [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

960
tuŋow

bush louse, a nearly invisble light red insect that bores into the pores of the skin and causes terrible itching

tuŋaw₁ [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

961
tuod

tree stump

樹樁tuqed [PAN]

Dunnebier 1951

962
tupit

pinch, clip; pincers of lobsters

夾子;龍蝦鉗cupit [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

963
tutuŋ-an

volcano

火山tutuŋ-an [PMP]tutuŋ

Dunnebier 1951

964
tutuŋ-an

volcano

火山tutuŋ-an [PMP]tutuŋ

Dunnebier 1951

965
tuyuʔ

to drip, leak

滴漏tuduq [PAN]

Dunnebier 1951

966
u

cry, shout, exclamation

哭,喊,感歎qu₁ [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

967
uab

gape, yawn

張嘴,打哈欠huab₂ [PMP]Suab

Dunnebier 1951

968
uak

a cry, shriek, shout

一聲喊叫uak₁ [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

969
uaŋ

bark, howl of a dog

狗的叫聲quaŋ₂ [PAN]

Dunnebier 1951

970
uban

gray hair

白髮quban [PMP]qubaN

Dunnebier 1951

971
ubi

tuber, yam

塊莖、山藥qubi [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

972
u-boli-an

discharge a debt, make a partial repayment

還清債務,部分償還beli [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

973
ugat

muscle; tendon; sinew

肌肉;腱;筋uRat [PMP]huRaC

Dunnebier 1951

974
uik

go upriver

向上遊udahik [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

975
uiŋ

charcoal; tree from which charcoal is made

木炭;製造木炭的樹qujiŋ [PAN]

Dunnebier 1951

976
ukur

measure

量測借詞

Dunnebier 1951

977
ulag

snake

hulaR [PMP]SulaR

Dunnebier 1951

978
ulid

laying down of small children and the sick

安葬小孩和病人hulij [PMP]Sulij

Dunnebier 1951

979
ulin

rudder or paddle with which a boat is steered

船用的舵或槳qulin [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

980
ulinag

shine, radiance (as of sunlight)

光亮,光輝(如陽光)

Dunnebier 1951

981
ulipan

centipede

蜈蚣qalu-hipan [PMP]qalu-Sipan

Dunnebier 1951

982
uliʔ

repair, mend; return something to its original condition; quenching of thirst, hunger

修理,修補;使某物恢復原狀;解渴、饑餓uliq₁ [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

983
uliʔ

obtain, acquire, gain, get; put in order

獲得,獲得,獲得,獲得;整理uliq₂ [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

984
ulod

caterpillar, worm

毛蟲,蠕蟲qulej [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

985
ulu

head; beginning, origin; the most prominent or highest point

頭;起點,起點;最突出的或最高的點qulu [PMP]quluh

Dunnebier 1951

986
ulun

lay the head down

把頭低下qulun₂ [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

987
ulun-an

what one lays the head upon: pillow

頭枕qulun-an [PMP]qulun₂

Dunnebier 1951

988
uman

speak, tell; command; inform

說,說;命令;通知quman [PAN]

Dunnebier 1951

989
umaŋ

hermit crab

寄居蟹qumaŋ [PAN]

Dunnebier 1951

990
u-mu-boli

free oneself from debt, pay everything back at once

把自己從債務中解脫出來,馬上把所有的東西還回來beli [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

991
um-una

proceed, go forward; go first

前進,前進;先走um-unah [PMP]unah

Dunnebier 1951

992
um-uŋkut

be hunched over

駝背quŋkut [PMP]qukut

Dunnebier 1951

993
una

go before, go in front

走在前面,走在前面unah [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

994
unap

fish scale

魚鱗quhenap [PMP]quSeNap

Dunnebier 1951

995
untag

Go downstream!

往下游走!usauR [PPH]

Dunnebier 1951

996
untuŋ

carry on the neck, as a child

像個孩子一樣戴著脖子qusuŋ [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

997
untuŋ

profit, gain

利潤,收益借詞

Dunnebier 1951

998
uŋkaʔ

come loose, as a fingernail or a frond from a palm tree

鬆開,如手指甲或棕櫚樹上的葉子hukaq [PAN]

Dunnebier 1951

999
uŋkaʔ

come loose, as a fingernail or a frond from a palm tree

鬆開,如手指甲或棕櫚樹上的葉子qukaq [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

1000
uŋkaʔ

come loose, as a fingernail or a frond from a palm tree

鬆開,如手指甲或棕櫚樹上的葉子u(ŋ)kaq [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

1001
uŋkut

hump, humpbacked

駝背quŋkut [PMP]qukut

Dunnebier 1951

1002
uŋkuʔ

dog

u(ŋ)kuq [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

1003
uoy

kind of rattan

一種藤條quay [PAN]

Dunnebier 1951

1004
upa

young hen that still has no chicks

沒有小雞的小母雞qupa [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

1005
upat

damp banana fiber

潮濕的香蕉纖維upas₂ [PPH]

Dunnebier 1951

1006
uput

end, termination, conclusion; to complete

結束,終止,結束;完成upus [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

1007
uput

end; to complete

結束;完成

Dunnebier 1951

1008
uruŋ-an

collection of bunches of fruit

一堆堆水果quruŋ [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

1009
utaŋ

debt; fine

債務;罰款qutaŋ [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

1010
utaŋ-on

be fined

被罰款qutaŋ-en [PWMP]qutaŋ

Dunnebier 1951

1011
utu

zenith, point in the heavens directly overhead

天頂,指向頭頂的天空ugtu [PPH]

Dunnebier 1951

1012
utu-an

the uppermost atmosphere

最高層大氣ugtu [PPH]

Dunnebier 1951

1013
uyan

rain, rainwater

雨水,雨水quzan [PMP]quzaN

Dunnebier 1951

1014
uyuʔ

charm used to safeguard one's property, but also used to inflict harm on others

用來保護自己財產,也用來傷害別人的符咒uduq₂ [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

1015
wakat

tree root

樹根wakat [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

1016
wakat-an

shore or swamp tree on high stilt-roots: Rhizophora conjugata

高蹺樹根上的海岸或沼澤樹:接合根瘤菌wakat [PMP]

Dunnebier 1951

1017
walu

eight

walu [PAN]

Dunnebier 1951

1018
watoi

iron

wasay [PWMP]

Dunnebier 1951

1019
yoŋit

mosquito

蚊子reŋit₁ [PWMP]reŋit

Dunnebier 1951

1020
yopa

fathom, unit of measurement between the outstretched arms

伸臂之間的量測組織depah [PAN]

Dunnebier 1951

1021
y〈um〉ayuʔ

to distance oneself, move far away

疏遠自己,遠走高飛d〈um〉ayuq [PPH]adayúq

Dunnebier 1951

1022
 
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