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Tausug
WMP Philippines [tsg]
abat

a mild illness caused by evil spirits or dead people (usually a headache with fever that is cured by simply uttering some magic verses to drive away the evil spirits)

abat₂ [PPH]

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akkal

intellect, intelligence, wisdom, ability

智慧,智慧,智慧,能力借詞

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akkal-un

to use one’s mind, wisdom, intellect (to do something)

運用頭腦、智慧、智力(做某事)借詞

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akuh

1sg. nominative pronoun: I

1毫克。主格代詞:Iaku [PAN]

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alimatuk

leech-like creature that lives on mangrove trees

生活在紅樹林的水蛭狀生物qali-matek [PWMP]-matek

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alum

a bruise (black and blue spot on the body)

瘀傷(身體上的黑色和藍色斑點)alem [PMP]

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ambaw

rat, mouse

老鼠,老鼠噪聲

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anad

trained, accustomed to

受過訓練,習慣於anad [PPH]

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andum

cloud (dark)

雲(暗)

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apa pay

husk of rice

稻殼qapah [PMP]

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atis

Annona squamosa, sweetsop, sugar apple

番荔枝借詞

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atis

sweetsop, sugar apple: Annona squamosa

甜食,甜蘋果:番荔枝借詞

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away

an emphatic refusal (to do something); no! (shouted by someone who is very angry)

堅決拒絕(做某事);不!(被一個非常生氣的人喊道)áway [PPH]

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aya

term of respect for male nobility (sultan, datuq) of the same generation as one's father (including father); hence: father, uncle

aya₂ [PMP]

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ba-bai

a woman, female (applies particularly to humans, but is sometimes used of animals or plants)

女性(特別適用於人類,但有時用於動物或植物)ba-bahi [PAN]bahi

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bāgun

vine

balaRen [PWMP]

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bahug

immerse cooked food in liquid, as cooked rice in soup, gravy, milk or water

把煮熟的食物浸入液體中,如煮熟的米飯在湯、肉汁、牛奶或水裏bahuR [PWMP]

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bahug-an

immerse cooked food in liquid

把熟食浸在液體裏bahuR-an [PWMP]bahuR

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bahuʔ

bad odor, stench, smell

臭味,惡臭,氣味bahuq [PMP]

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bakaʔ-bakaʔ

a deep, wide-mouthed, oval-shaped basket made of rattan or similar material, with a string fastened on the sides and with a cover, usually carried on the back by a harvester

bakaq-bakaq [PWMP]

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bakkaw

Rhizophora spp., mangrove

紅樹林根瘤菌bakehaw [PWMP]

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bakul

a big basket with a cover

有蓋子的大籃子bakul₁ [PWMP]bakul

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balaʔ

misfortune, affliction, plague

不幸、痛苦、瘟疫bajaq₂ [PMP]bajaq

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balunug

a tree: Buchanania arborescens (Bl.) Anacardiaceae (Madulid 2001)

一棵樹:木麻黃(Bl.)木麻黃科(Madulid 2001)balunuR [PMP]

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balunut

Mangifera caesia Jack ex Wall. Anacardiaceae (Madulid 2001)

卡埃西亞曼格菲拉傑克前牆。無心形科(Madulid 2001)偶然性

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banta

enemy, foe, adversary

敵人,敵人,敵人bantaq [PWMP]

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baŋkay

a corpse, (dead human) body

屍體baŋkay [PWMP]

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baŋkaʔ

a one-piece dugout canoe with or without outriggers

帶或不帶外伸支架的獨木舟baŋkaq [PMP]

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baŋkaʔ-un

to ride in a canoe, travel by canoe

乘獨木舟,乘獨木舟旅行baŋkaq [PMP]

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baŋkudu

Morinda bracteata Roxb. (Madulid 2001)

巴戟天。(馬杜利德2001)baŋkudu [PWMP]

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bapaʔ

Uncle, Dad, Sir (respectful term of address for an uncle, stepfather but not one’s own father, and any man appropriately a generation older than the speaker

借詞

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bastun

a cane (for support in walking)

拐杖(用來支撐行走)借詞

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bāt

large sea cucumber, trepang

海參balát [PPH]

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bataŋ

trunk of a tree, log, stalk of a plant

樹幹、原木、植物莖bataŋ [PMP]bataŋ₁

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bataŋ-an

crosspiece fastened across a canoe to support and balance the outriggers

橫木固定在獨木舟上以支撐和平衡支腿bataŋ-an [PWMP]bataŋ₁

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batu

stone, rock, pebble

石頭,石頭,卵石batu [PMP]batux

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batu-hun

to stone something

用石頭砸東西batu-en [PWMP]batux

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bayad

a payment

付款bayaD [PMP]

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bayad-an

to pay (a debt of money, gratitude, etc.)

償還(金錢、感激等的債務)bayaD [PMP]

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bubog

a tall forest tree: Sterculia foetida

一棵高大的森林樹:梧桐bubuR₃ [PMP]

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buggus

a tree: Acalypha amentacea Roxb.

一棵樹:阿拉伯粉蟎。beRus [PPH]

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buhaŋin

sand

buhaŋin [PWMP]

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bukug

a bone

骨頭bekeR₁ [PWMP]bekeR

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bukun

negator of nominals

名詞的否定詞beken [PWMP]

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bulan puasa

fasting month for Muslims

穆斯林齋月借詞

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buliʔ

buttocks

臀部buliq₂ [PMP]

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busay

waterfall

瀑布besay [PWMP]

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buta-buta

a tree: Excoecaria agallocha L. (Madulid 1999)

一棵樹:■L.(Madulid 1999)buta buta₂ [PWMP]buta buta

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buud

mountain

bulud₃ [PMP]buled₁

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buud

mountain

bulud₂ [PWMP]

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daan

old (in the sense of worn, out-of-date, out of fashion, as of cloth, clothes, shoes, books, or houses)

daqan₂ [PMP]daqaN

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daan-un

to cause something to be old or worn out (esp. by constant wearing, as clothes or shoes)

使某物變舊或磨損(尤指經常穿衣服或鞋子)daqan₂ [PMP]daqaN

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dāga

maiden girl, adolescent girl in puberty stage (may also be spoken of some animals)

少女,青春期少女(也可指某些動物)da-daRa [PWMP]daRa₂

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dagat

sea, ocean, ocean water

海,海,海水daRat [PMP]

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dahun

a leaf (of plants and trees)

(植物和樹木的)葉子dahun [PMP]

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dalimaʔ

pomegranate: Punica granatum L.

石榴:石榴。借詞

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daliŋ

flange; buttress of a tree; comb (of a cock)

凸緣;樹的扶壁;雞冠daliŋ [PWMP]

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dān

way, road, trail, street, path

路,路,小徑,街道,小徑zalan [PMP]

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dān-an

the cause (of something), course of events leading up to (something)

(某事的)起因,導致(某事)的事件過程zalan [PMP]

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daŋdaŋ

to broil or roast something (as fish) on the embers, as meat or fish

在餘燼上烤或烤某物(如魚),如肉或魚daŋdaŋ₁ [PMP]daŋdaŋ

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daŋdaŋ-un

be broiled or roasted on the embers

在餘燼上烤daŋdaŋ-en [PWMP]daŋdaŋ

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dapit

(pertaining to direction) at the side of

(關於方向)在dapit [PWMP]

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dapit

(pertaining to direction) at the side of

(關於方向)在dapít [PWMP]

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datag

flat, level (as a piece of land)

平的,水準的(作為一塊土地)dataR [PAN]

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datuŋ

to arrive

到達dateŋ [PMP]

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datuŋ-an

to be a recipient, be attacked or beset (by something, as a disease, fear, laziness); place where someone stays upon arrival (as a house, hotel, or apartment); a person or body to which a (court) case is brought or referred

dateŋ-an [PWMP]dateŋ

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datu-ʔ

prince, any male member of a royal family; a rank bestowed on certain people

王子,王室中的任何男性成員;授予某些人的爵位datu [PMP]

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dawa

millet, a cereal grass grown in Jolo and available in the market; Italian millet (Setaria italica)

zawa₂ [PAN]

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daʔpug

to set fire to (speech of the interior)

縱火dapuR₁ [PMP]

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dilaʔ

tongue

舌頭dilaq₁ [PMP]

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diʔ

no, not; negates predicates which have not begun aspect verbs as heads (#DiɁ aku ma-bayaɁ kay-mu ‘I don’t like you’, etc.)

diq [PPH]

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dugu

a corner, a place behind (something); to do something in secret, in a corner

角落,在(某物)後面的地方;在角落裏秘密地做某事zuRu [PWMP]

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duguʔ

blood; one's life; a blood relative

血緣;一個人的生命;血親zuRuq [PMP]

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duguʔ-un

to experience menstruation

經期zuRuq [PMP]

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dukut

burnt rice (at the bottom of the rice pot)

燒飯(鍋底)deket₁ [PMP]dekeC

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dukut

(for a flammable substance) to ignite or be ignited

(對於易燃物質)點燃或被點燃deket₂ [PWMP]deket₁

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dulaŋ

a tray laden with food

盛滿食物的盤子dulaŋ [PPH]

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dulaŋ

a tray laden with food

盛滿食物的盤子借詞

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dulaw

turmeric, an East Indian herb of the ginger family: Curcuma longa

薑黃,一種東印度薑科草本植物:薑黃dulaw [PPH]

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dūm

night (as opposed to day)

夜晚(與白天相反)delem [PMP]

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d〈um〉agit

for a bird of prey to seize or snatch something

猛禽抓住或搶奪某物daRit [PPH]

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dūm-an

to be overtaken by the night

被黑夜追上delem [PMP]

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d〈um〉apug

to set fire to, ignite (something)

放火,點燃(某物)d〈um〉apuR [PPH]dapuR₁

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d〈um〉atuŋ

to arrive; to appeal a court case

到達;上訴d〈um〉ateŋ [PWMP]dateŋ

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d〈um〉ukut

to stick to and get burnt; (for ink, pencil lead) to adhere to a surface

粘在表面上並燒焦;(用於墨水、鉛筆芯)d〈um〉eket [PWMP]dekeC

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d〈um〉uŋug

to listen, hear, pay attention to or take heed (by listening)

聽,聽,注意或留心(通過聽)d〈um〉eŋeR [PWMP]deŋeR

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d〈um〉uwa

to ride on the same conveyance with another person

與他人乘坐同一交通工具d〈um〉uhá [PPH]duSa

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duŋug

to listen, hear, pay attention to or take heed (by listening)

聽,聽,注意或留心(通過聽)deŋeR [PMP]

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duŋug-un

to listen

傾聽deŋeR-en [PPH]deŋeR

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dupa

an armspan (a measure of length or depth)

袖長(長度或深度的量度)depah [PAN]

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duruʔ

breast

乳房duduq [PWMP]

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duwa

two

duha [PMP]duSa

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duwa-ruwa

undecided, vacillating

猶豫不決duha duha₂ [PMP]duSa

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duwa-un

to be in twos, (do something) in twos, use two (of something)

兩人一組,(做某事)兩人一組,用兩個(某事)duha-en [PMP]duSa

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duyuŋ

a large, somewhat whale-like tropical mammal; mermaid

美人魚一種大型的,有點像鯨魚的熱帶哺乳動物;美人魚duyuŋ₂ [PMP]

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gabuk

rotten, crumbling, turned to dust (as wood eaten by termites)

腐爛、破碎、化為塵土(白蟻吃的木頭)Rabuk [PMP]

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gabuk-un

to rot, crumble

腐爛Rabuk [PMP]

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gabun

cloud

Rabun [PMP]

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gakit

banded with continuous winding with overlapping ends not joined together

連續纏繞,兩端不重疊Rakit [PMP]

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gamut

a root (of a tree or plant)

(樹或植物的)根Ramut₁ [PMP]

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gapus-un

to tie, bind (as a cow to be butchered; grasp (someone) and hold firmly, esp. one who resists

綁(如被屠宰的母牛);抓住(某人)並緊緊抓住,尤指抵抗的人Rapus-en [PWMP]Rapus

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gasa

the mantle (of a pressure lamp or an Aladdin lamp)

(壓力燈或阿拉丁燈的)罩子借詞

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gataŋ-gataŋ

a plamt: Spilanthes iabadicensis

一個廣場:蜘蛛屋借詞

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gatas

milk

牛奶Ratas₂ [PMP]

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gatas-un

for a woman to begin to lactate

女性開始分泌乳汁Ratas₂ [PMP]

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gataʔ

emulsion of coconut (a liquid preparation resembling milk obtained by soaking fresh grated coconut in water and then squeezing out the juice)

gateq [PWMP]

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gatus

a hundred; hundreds

一百;一百Ratus [PMP]RaCus

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gatus-an

by the hundreds, in terms of hundreds

以百計,以百計Ratus-an [PWMP]RaCus

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gayaŋ

a bladed weapon (similar to a bolo, having a long blade)

一種有刃的武器(類似於博洛,有長刃)gayaŋ [PAN]

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gayuŋ

a small vessel made of coconut shell, bamboo or tin, used to scoop up water

用椰子殼、竹子或錫製成的小容器,用來舀水借詞

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gidgid

to rub something vigorously against something else, rub something off

把某物使勁擦在別的東西上,把某物擦掉gidgíd [PPH]

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gi-gisgis

a toothbrush

牙刷gisgis₁ [PAN]

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gila

frantic with delight, wildly excited, delirious, enthusiastic (usually with sexual connotation)

欣喜若狂,極度興奮,神志不清,熱情(通常帶有性內涵)gila [PMP]

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giliŋ-an

a grinder

磨床giliŋ-an [PWMP]giliŋ

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giliŋ-un

to crank something, keep something revolving or turning; to grind something, as coffee or corn

轉動某物,使某物旋轉或轉動;研磨某物,如咖啡或玉米giliŋ-en [PWMP]giliŋ

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gi-nhawa

the inner part of a person, spirit, the thinking, feeling part of a person (as distinguished from the body); mind, intellect; dignity, self-esteem

nihawa [PMP]NiSawa

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gu-gutgut

a bow (of a violin)

(小提琴的)弓getget₂ [PPH]

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gulamay

finger, toe, tentacles of octopus

章魚的手指、腳趾、觸鬚gulamay [PPH]

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gulis

the lines of the palm (of the hand)

掌紋gúlis [PPH]

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g〈um〉abuk

to rot, crumble

腐爛Rabuk [PMP]

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g〈um〉aga

to exercise authority over, discipline, restrain, or control someone

對某人行使權力、管教、約束或控制某人偶然性

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g〈um〉amut

to develop roots; to become settled or established

紮根;紮根Ramut₁ [PMP]

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g〈um〉untiŋ

to cut something (with scissors or an instrument resembling scissors)

剪(用剪刀或類似剪刀的工具)借詞

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g〈um〉utgut

to fiddle (something, as a violin)

撥弄(某物,如小提琴)getget₂ [PPH]

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guntiŋ

scissors

剪刀借詞

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gusuk

a rib (the bone)

肋骨(骨頭)Rusuk [PAN]

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guyud-un

to drag, pull (something); to abduct someone (often a girl, in order to marry her)

拖,拉(某物);綁架某人(通常是女孩,為了娶她)gúyud-en [PPH]guyud₃

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habaʔ dilaʔ

talkative (lit. ‘long tongue’)

健談的。“長舌頭”dilaq₁ [PMP]

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halgaʔ

price, cost (of something); value

(某物的)價格、成本;價值借詞

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ha-ŋ-puʔ

ten

ŋa [PMP]

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haʔu-nuh

when?

什麼時候?-nu₁ [PAN]

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hika-pitu

seventh

第七ika-pitu [PMP]pitu

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hinug

(of fruit) ripe

(指水果)成熟的hinuR [PPH]

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hubad

untie, unlash

解開,解開hubád [PPH]

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hugut

tightness (as of a knot, tie, lid, door); firmness

緊密性(如結、領帶、蓋子、門);牢固性heRet [PMP]SeReC

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hukas

undress

脫衣服hukas [PWMP]

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hukaʔ-an

loosen something, as of tie or knots, bracelet, lid, tourniquet, or wound dressing

鬆開某物,如領帶或結、手鐲、蓋子、止血帶或傷口敷料hukaq [PAN]

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hukuman dapit

one-sided judgment

片面判斷dapit [PWMP]

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hulas

perspiration, sweat

出汗,出汗hulas [PPH]

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huli

last, end, rear

最後,結束,後面udehi [PMP]

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(h)ulih-an

behind, as of a person that follows in a line

在後面,如在隊伍後面的人udehi-an [PWMP]udehi

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hulug

fall or drop, as from a height

從高處墜落huluR [PMP]SuluR

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h〈um〉ugut

to become tight or tighter

緊或緊h〈um〉eRet [PMP]SeReC

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huŋsuy

tobacco pipe

煙斗借詞

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hurus

slipped down, slid down

滑下去,滑下去hurus [PWMP]

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i-kaw

2sg. topic pronoun, you (sg.); the emphatic second person sg. pronoun

2毫克。話題代詞,you(sg.);強調的第二人稱sg。代詞i-kahu [PMP]kaSu

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iklug (〈 D)

egg

雞蛋qiteluR [PMP]qiCeluR

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ikug mata

the outer eyelid (‘tail of the eye’)

外眼瞼(“眼尾”)mata [PMP]maCa

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ikut

selfishness, stinginess

自私,吝嗇ikut₂ [PPH]

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iluk

armpit

腋窩ilek [PWMP]

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inaʔ-un

aunt

阿姨ina-en [PWMP]ina

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inut-inut

slowly, one by one, step by step, little by little

慢慢地,一個接一個,一步一步,一點點inut [PWMP]

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ipun

tooth

牙齒ipen [PMP]

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iras

a kinship term referring to the relationship between Ego and the brother-in-law or sister-in-law of his/her spouse

idas₁ [PAN]

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iruʔ

a dog

qiduq [PPH]

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iruʔ

dog; a derogatory term for a person, often used in anger to children who disobey or are hard to manage

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jatiʔ

teak

柚木借詞

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ka-

nominalizer indicating the manner of doing an action: #ka-kadtu ‘his getting there’ (cp. #kadtu ‘go or take something to a place’)

ka-₆ [PWMP]

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ka-bahu-an

to smell a bad smell

聞到臭味bahuq [PMP]

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ka-bakkaw-an

mangrove swamp

紅樹林沼澤ka-bakaw-an [PPH]bakehaw

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kaban

a closed coffin

封閉的棺材kaban₂ [PWMP]

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kabaŋ

spotted, piebald (of animals, fish, material, etc.)

斑點、花斑(指動物、魚、資料等)kabáŋ [PPH]

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ka-batuh-an

rocky area

岩石區ka-batu-an [PWMP]batux

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kablit

to touch (something) with a flicking motion of the finger, to strum (a guitar)

彈撥用手指輕觸(某物),彈(吉他)kab(e)lít [PPH]

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ka-bukug-an

to have a bone stuck in one’s throat

把骨頭卡在喉嚨裏bekeR₁ [PWMP]bekeR

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kabus

lacking, incomplete, deficient, premature

缺乏、不完整、缺乏、過早kabus₁ [PMP]

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kabus-kabus

(of a person) abnormal, mentally handicapped

(指人)不正常的,智障的kabus₁ [PMP]

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kabus-un

to be lacking in, be short of, run out (of something)

缺少、缺少、用完(某物)kabus₁ [PMP]

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ka-duguʔ-an

to bleed

流血zuRuq [PMP]

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kagaŋ

crab (generic)

螃蟹(通用)kaRaŋ [PMP]gaRaŋ

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kagaw

small vermin found in sores, germs, microbes

在瘡、細菌、微生物中發現的小害蟲kaRaw₂ [PWMP]

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kahapun

yesterday

昨天ka-₁ [PAN]

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ka-hulih-an

behind, as of a person that follows in a line; at the last, as of a series of things; rear

在後面,如一個人排成一行;在最後,如一系列的事情;在後面ka-udehi-an [PWMP]udehi

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kahuy

wood, tree, lumber, timber

木材kahiw [PMP]kaSiw

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kahuy-un

to use something as firewood

用火kahiw-en [PWMP]kaSiw

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ka-kahuy-an

an area covered with trees, woody place

有樹木、樹木的地方ka-kahiw-an [PWMP]kaSiw

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kakak

the quack of a duck; a loud, coarse, burst of laughter

鴨子的嘎嘎聲;大聲的、粗魯的、突然的笑聲kakakₐ [PMP]kakak

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ka-katul-an

to be or become itchy

發癢gatel [PMP]gaCel

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ka-kaun

food, meal

食物、膳食kaen [PAN]

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ka-kilā-h-an

for people to be acquainted or familiar with each other

使人們互相認識或熟悉ka-kilala-an [PWMP]kilala

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kamalig

a (private) storehouse for harvested grain

收成用的(私人)倉庫kamaliR [PMP]

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ka-mata-han

to see with the eyes

用眼睛看mata [PMP]maCa

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kami

1pl. excl. topic pronoun, we, to us, for us

1pl.不包括話題代詞,we,to us,for usk-ami [PAN]ami

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kampil

a woven container of coconut leaves used for keeping fruit or raw or cooked provisions

椰子葉編織成的容器,用於保存水果、生的或煮熟的食物kampil [PWMP]

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kampilan

a long, two-handed, bladed weapon (rarely seen or used in recent times)

一種長的兩手刃狀武器(近期很少見到或使用)借詞

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kamu

2pl. topic pronoun, you all

2pl.話題代詞,各位kamu₂ [PMP]amu

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kamut

a handful

一把kamet [PMP]

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ka-n

possessive plural of personal names (Yamada and Tsuchida 1983)

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

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kanuus

a large squid

大烏賊kanuqus [PWMP]

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ka-paraŋ-an

ground covered with grass, pastureland

草地、牧場padaŋ [PWMP]

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kapay

a propeller (of a boat or ship)

(船或輪船的)螺旋槳kapay [PMP]

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kapay-an

to provide a propeller (for a boat or ship)

為(船或船)提供螺旋槳kapay [PMP]

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kapín

remainder, balance, leavings, remnant, ruins, leftovers (as food or clothes)

剩餘物,平衡物,殘餘物,殘餘物,廢墟,剩菜(如食物或衣服)kapin [PWMP]

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kapuk

Ceiba pentandra Tree cotton, kapok

木棉kapuk [PWMP]

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ka-puliŋ-an

to catch dust or any tiny particle in one’s eye

捕捉眼睛裏的灰塵或任何微粒puliŋ₂ [PWMP]

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ka-pūʔ-pū-an

archipelago

群島借詞

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k-ari

to come (to the speaker or somewhere near the speaker, as in #kari kaw ‘come here!’)

來(對演講者或演講者附近的某個地方,如kari kaw'come here!’)ari [PWMP]

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k-ari-an

to give or hand something over to someone

把某物交給某人ari [PWMP]

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ka-sā-an

a fine for touching an unmarried girl

撫摸未婚女子的罰款ka-salaq-an [PWMP]salaq₁

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kasaw

a purlin for a roof, horizontal cross-piece of a roof

屋頂的檁條,屋頂的水準橫檔kasaw₁ [PMP]

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katam

a plane (the carpenter’s tool used for smoothing wood)

鉋子(木匠用來磨平木頭的工具)借詞

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katam-an

to plane (something)

飛機(某物)借詞

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ka-tanum-an

to be planted on (a plot of land)

栽種在(一塊地)ka-tanem-an [PAN]CaNem

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ka-tiŋug

a sound

聲音tiŋeR [PPH]

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katul

itchiness (as of skin disease, lice, or prickly heat)

瘙癢(如皮膚病、蝨子或痱子)gatel [PMP]gaCel

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ka-tuput-an

room, space available

房間,可用空間tepet₁ [PWMP]

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kaun

eat

kaen [PAN]

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kaun-un

be eaten by someone

被人吃掉kaen-en [PAN]kaen

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kawat

wire (as for conducting electric current, stringing musical instruments, barbed wire fence, snares)

借詞

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kawaʔ

a large, round-bottomed cauldron (of different shape and larger than the #kawaliɁ)

一個大的圓底鍋(形狀不同,比卡瓦利鍋大)kawaq [PWMP]

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kawil

large fishhook used for trolling

用於拖曳的大魚鉤kawil₁ [PAN]

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kaya

energy, force, vigor, strength; wealth, riches, means

能量、力量、活力、力量;財富、財富、手段kaya [PWMP]

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kayah-un

to have energy, force, vigor, strength; have resources, available wealth, or means

擁有精力、力量、活力、力量;擁有資源、可用的財富或手段kaya [PWMP]

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kayam

a tree: Inocarpus fagifera

一棵樹:■gayam [PMP]

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kigkig

sandpaper, anything (such as shark skin) used to polish or smooth a rough surface

砂紙,用來打磨或光滑粗糙表面的任何東西(如鯊魚皮)kiRkiR [PAN]

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kilā

recognition

識別kilala [PAN]

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kilat

a (slight) streak of lightning without thunder; heat lightning; any flash of light

沒有雷聲的(輕微的)閃電;熱閃電;任何閃光kilat₁ [PMP]likaC

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kilay

eyebrow

眉毛kiray [PWMP]

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kilay

eyebrow

眉毛kiday [PWMP]

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kiŋkiŋ

little finger

小指kiŋkiŋ₃ [PMP]

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kiput

narrowness (in size or space)

狹窄(在尺寸或空間上)kiput [PMP]

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kiskis

to brush one’s teeth

刷牙kiskis [PAN]

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-ku

pronoun: first person singular non-topic actor, causer, and possessor pronoun; I, my, mine, by me

代詞:第一人稱單數非話題演員,因果關係人和佔有代詞;我,我的,我的,我的,我的,由我-ku [PAN]

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kubal

callus

老繭kubal [PWMP]

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kubal-an

to form or develop calluses

形成或發展愈傷組織kubal [PWMP]

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kugita

octopus

章魚kuRita [PMP]guRiCa

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kukku

fingernail, toenail, claw; hoof

指甲,腳趾甲,爪;蹄kukuh [PMP]kuSkuS₁

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kukuh-an

having long fingernails or toenails

有長指甲或腳趾甲kukuh [PMP]kuSkuS₁

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kuliik

a shriek, whinny; sharp, shrill outcry (from a person or animal, usu. in pain)

尖叫聲,嗚咽聲;尖銳的、尖厲的叫聲(通常指人或動物的叫聲)。痛苦中)kuliqik [PWMP]

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kulluk

bent (as a twig), curved, warped

彎曲的,彎曲的keluk [PWMP]

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kulluk-un

to bend, curve (something)

彎曲,彎曲(某物)keluk [PWMP]

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kullus

withered

枯萎的keles [PPH]

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kuluŋ

a curl, ringlet (as of hair)

捲髮(如頭髮)keluŋ₁ [PWMP]

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k〈um〉amut

to scoop (something) with the hand

用手舀(某物)kamet [PMP]

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k〈um〉atul

to scratch (esp. with fingers)

抓撓(尤指用手指)g〈um〉atel [PWMP]gaCel

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k〈um〉aun

to eat

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k〈um〉awin

to solemnize a marriage

使婚姻莊嚴噪聲

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k〈um〉ikik

to giggle

咯咯笑kikik [PMP]

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k〈um〉indat

to raise an eyebrow, wink at someone

揚起眉毛,向某人眨眼kindat [PWMP]

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k〈um〉ullus

to wither; for a swelling or bump to subside; for a person or animal to lose weight; for a tire, balloon, etc. to lose air (and so get smaller)

keles [PPH]

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k〈um〉utik

to snap two fingers together, making a sound

把兩個手指合在一起發出聲音ketik [PWMP]

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kunuʔ

quotative particle for indirect speech, he/she says, they say, according to (disclaims responsibility for speech reported); euphonic particle for politeness

kunuq [PPH]

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kuŋkuŋ

bent over, curled up (from illness, age, fear, or joy; thus fearful, trembling, cowering)

彎腰,蜷縮(由於疾病、年齡、恐懼或快樂;囙此害怕、顫抖、畏縮)kuŋkuŋ₂ [PMP]

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kuppis

thin, lacking thickness, empty (as of the stomach, a pillow, tire, balloon, or sack of rice)

薄的,缺乏厚度的,空的(如胃、枕頭、輪胎、氣球或一袋米)ke(m)pis [PWMP]

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kuriput

mean in spending or giving money, stingy

吝嗇的,吝嗇的借詞

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kusug

strength, power, vigor

力量,力量,活力keseR [PAN]

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kusut

wrinkled, not smooth, not pressed, not tidy (as of clothing and the like)

起皺,不光滑,不緊繃,不整齊(如衣服等)kusut [PWMP]

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kutaʔ

a fort, stone wall, fortifications

堡壘、石牆、防禦工事借詞

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kutíŋ

a cat

kutiŋ [PWMP]

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kutkut

a bite

咬一口ketket [PWMP]

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kutkut-un

to bite (something)

咬(某物)ketket [PWMP]

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kutu

flea, louse (as on human hair or animal’s flesh)

跳蚤,蝨子(如在人的頭髮或動物的肉上)kutu₁ [PMP]kuCux

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kutuh-an

to delouse someone

解除某人的職務kutu-an [PWMP]kuCux

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kuwan

thingamajig, thingamabob, what’s-it (a word used for whatever one cannot immediately or exactly express, but is usually understood)

kua-n [PWMP]kua₁

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laak

trochus, top shell (Pallesen 1985:323)

特羅丘斯,頂殼(Pallesen 1985:323)lalak [PMP]

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lakar-an

to step over something

跨過某物lakáj-an [PPH]lakaj

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lakar-un

to step from one place to another

從一個地方到另一個地方lakaj-en [PPH]lakaj

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lampasu

a coconut husk used for scrubbing the floor; a mop

擦地板用的椰子皮;拖把借詞

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lanus

wilted, withered (generally of leaves; also of coconuts, coffee and grains of corn)

枯萎的,枯萎的(通常指葉子;也指椰子、咖啡和穀物)lanés [PPH]

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laŋaw

botfly, a species of large fly

肉蠅,一種大型蒼蠅laŋaw [PMP]

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laŋaw-un

be infested with #laŋaw (botflies)

被#laŋaw(僵屍)感染laŋaw-en [PAN]laŋaw

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laŋit

the sky

天空laŋit [PMP]laŋiC

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laŋpas

plunder, rob

搶劫,搶劫raŋ(e)pas [PMP]

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laŋuy-un

to swim out to something

遊向某物laŋuy [PWMP]

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lassun

poison

毒藥借詞

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lāsu

a ribbon

絲帶借詞

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latag

widespread, prevalent

廣泛的,普遍的latag [PPH]

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latigu

a whip with a rod and an lash attached at one end

鞭子一端有棍子和鞭子的鞭子借詞

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lawaʔ

spider

蜘蛛lawaq₂ [PMP]

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layag

a sail (the square sail used on small boats)

帆(小船上用的方帆)layaR [PAN]

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layug

(of a coconut tree or a person), very tall

(指椰子樹或人),非常高láyug [PPH]

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layuʔ

distance

距離adayúq [PPH]

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libat

cross-eyed

斜眼libat [PPH]

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libut

twist, as a jar lid

扭動,像罐子蓋一樣libet [PWMP]

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likup

an iron tool used for making holes in bamboo, wood, leather, and the like; gimlet, auger

一種鐵制工具,用於在竹子、木頭、皮革等上鑽孔;萬向節、螺旋鑽likup₂ [PPH]

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li-limas

a scoop for bailing (usually a coconut shell)

撈撈用的勺子(通常是椰子殼)limas [PMP]

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li-liʔug-an

having a collar (as a dress)

有領子(如衣服)liqeR [PAN]

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lima

five

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limas-an

to bail, remove water from a boat with a bail

用保釋金把船上的水移走limas-an [PWMP]limas

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lindum

darkness, deficiency of light

黑暗,光線不足lidem [PWMP]

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linug

earthquake

地震linuR [PAN]

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liŋgaŋ

to rock or sway (something), roll (something) back and forth, as a boat rocking in the water

搖動或搖晃(某物),來回搖動(某物),如船在水中搖晃liŋgaŋ [PWMP]

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lisaʔ

a nit, the egg of the human louse

尼特,人類蝨子的卵lisehaq, liseqah [PMP]liseqeS

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liyu-lumut

mossy

苔蘚lumut [PMP]

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liʔug

neck; neckline, collar

領口liqeR [PAN]

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liʔug-an

put a collar on something

給某物戴上項圈liqeR [PAN]

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lubaŋ

a depression, pit, hole or deep furrow in the ground; ditch, trench

溝渠地面上的凹陷、坑、洞或深溝;溝、溝lubaŋ₁ [PMP]

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lubbak

a wide depression or hole in the ground, a hollow on the head (as caused by a blow), a depressed scar on the skin

lebak₂ [PWMP]

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lubid

a rope made of intertwisted strands of fiber (often hemp)

用纏繞的纖維(通常是大麻)製成的繩子lúbid [PPH]

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lubir-un

to braid something

編織某物lubid-en [PPH]lúbid

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lubug

(of a liquid) turbid, muddied

(指液體)渾濁的lebug [PWMP]

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l〈um〉abtik

to flap (as of a spring, rubber, or the tongue)

拍打(如彈簧、橡膠或舌頭)labetik [PWMP]

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l〈um〉akad

to step to (a place with big steps)

踏進(有大步的地方)l〈um〉ákaj [PPH]lakaj

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l〈um〉ampasu

to scrub a floor with a coconut husk; to mop a floor

用椰子皮擦地板借詞

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l〈um〉anay

for candy, butter, lard, soap, tablet, etc. to melt

使糖果、黃油、豬油、肥皂、藥片等融化lanay₁ [PPH]

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l〈um〉antik

for a person or animal’s torso or limb to bend in the opposite direction from usual; (for an object) to bend, curl

借詞

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l〈um〉anus

to wither

枯萎lanés [PPH]

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l〈um〉aŋuy

to swim (to a destination)

游泳(到目的地)l〈um〉aŋuy [PWMP]laŋuy

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l〈um〉ayuʔ

to get far away from (something)

遠離(某物)d〈um〉ayuq [PPH]adayúq

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lumbaʔ-lumbaʔ

porpoise

江豚借詞

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lumbiya

sago flour (a starchy foodstuff derived from the soft interior of the sago palm)

西米粉(一種澱粉食品,來源於西米棕櫚柔軟的內部)Rumbia [PMP]

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l〈um〉ikuʔ

to turn

轉彎likuq [PMP]

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l〈um〉imas

to bail, remove water from a boat with a bail

用保釋金把船上的水移走limas [PMP]

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l〈um〉iŋkuŋ

to coil (something)

卷(某物)likuŋ [PWMP]

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l〈um〉ubid

to braid something

編織某物lúbid [PPH]

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l〈um〉ūd

come down from higher ground, travel downhill

從高處下來,走下坡路lahud [PAN]

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l〈um〉unuk

become soft, tender; for a person to become receptive, for a person’s heart to soften

變得柔軟,溫柔;一個人變得容易接受,一個人的心變得柔軟lunek₁ [PWMP]

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l〈um〉uraʔ

to spit or eject saliva from the mouth

從口中吐出唾液l〈um〉udaq [PAN]ludaq

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l〈um〉uslus

to become loose and slide down

鬆懈lesles₁ [PPH]

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lumus-un

to drown (someone or an animal)

淹死(某人或動物)lemes-en [PWMP]lemes

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lumut

moss

苔蘚lumut [PMP]

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lumut-un

become covered with moss

長滿青苔lumut-en [PWMP]lumut

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l〈um〉uyluy

to wither, wilt

枯萎luylúy [PPH]

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lūn

wrap something by turning it over and over, to roll up

把東西翻來覆去地包起來lulun [PMP]luluN

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lunuk

softness (as of a mattress); weakness (of the body)

柔軟(如床墊);虛弱(指身體)lunek₁ [PWMP]

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lupay

to become weary, fatigued

疲倦lupaypáy [PPH]

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lupis

the outer layer of the abaca plant (usually used as string)

阿巴卡植物的外層(通常用作弦)lupis₂ [PPH]

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lupiʔ

a folded part of something, a line or mark made by folding, crease (as of trousers)

折痕某物的折疊部分,折線或折痕(如褲子)lepiq [PWMP]

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luraʔ

saliva

唾液ludaq [PMP]

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lūr-un

slope, embankment, downhill area, falling ground

斜坡、路堤、下坡區、墜落地面lahud [PAN]

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luslus

loose and about to fall down, as of pants

松脫的,快要掉下來的,如褲子lesles₁ [PPH]

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lutiʔ

a flash of lightning and the accompanying thunder, thunderbolt

閃電和伴隨而來的雷聲letiq [PWMP]

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lutup

a blister from friction (as on the hands from rowing)

摩擦產生的水泡(如划船時手上的水泡)letup [PWMP]

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luwa-an

be ejected from the mouth

從嘴裏吐出來luaq [PMP]

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luyluy

withered, wilted (as of flowers or leaves)

枯萎的,枯萎的(如花或葉)luylúy [PPH]

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ma-bahuʔ

stinky, odorous, smelly

臭,臭,臭ma-bahuq [PWMP]bahuq

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ma-bukug

bony (as a fish)

骨感的(如魚)bekeR₁ [PWMP]bekeR

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ma-gabun

cloudy

多雲的ma-Rabun [PMP]Rabun

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mag-abʔab

to eat or drink voraciously (derogatory, connotes criticism or anger)

狼吞虎嚥地吃或喝(貶義,意味著責備或憤怒)qabqab [PPH]

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mag-aŋkas

to give someone a ride behind one, as on a horse, scooter, or bicycle

騎在某人後面,如在馬、機車或自行車上aŋkás [PPH]

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mag-bansag

to feel proud of something; to have or show a proper pride in oneself

為某事感到驕傲;對自己有或表現出適當的驕傲ban(e)sag [PPH]

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mag-banta

oppose one another

互相反對bantaq [PWMP]

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mag-bugtuʔ

to break (something, as rope, thread, wire, string, etc.)

折斷(某物,如繩子、線、線、線等)buR(e)tuq [PPH]

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mag-dahun

to develop leaves

長葉子maR-dahun [PWMP]dahun

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mag-daŋdaŋ

broil or roast something on the embers (as meat or fish)

在餘燼上烤東西(如肉或魚)maR-daŋdaŋ [PPH]daŋdaŋ

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mag-dapit

to side with or favor someone

支持或支持某人dapit [PWMP]

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mag-daplis

for something to scrape, scratch, or graze something else in passing

擦傷,擦傷,擦傷dap(e)lis [PPH]

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mag-dapug

to set fire to, ignite (something)

放火,點燃(某物)dapuR₁ [PMP]

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mag-duguʔ

to bleed

流血zuRuq [PMP]

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mag-dukut

to stick to and get burnt

堅持下去被燒死deket₁ [PMP]dekeC

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mag-dupa

to extend one’s arms to the side

伸臂maR-depa [PPH]depah

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mag-duwa

to ride on the same conveyance with another person; in two, into two (parts)

與另一人乘坐同一交通工具;一分為二maR-duha [PWMP]duSa

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mag-duʔgas

to repound rice in order to clean it more thoroughly

為了更徹底地清洗大米deR(e)qas [PPH]

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mag-gamut

to develop roots; to become settled or established

紮根;紮根Ramut₁ [PMP]

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mag-gapus

to tie, bind (as a cow to be butchered; grasp (someone) and hold firmly, esp. one who resists

綁(如被屠宰的母牛);抓住(某人)並緊緊抓住,尤指抵抗的人Rapus [PMP]

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mag-gatas

to add milk to (something)

加牛奶Ratas₂ [PMP]

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mag-giliŋ

to crank something, keep something revolving or turning; to grind something, as coffee or corn

轉動某物,使某物旋轉或轉動;研磨某物,如咖啡或玉米giliŋ [PMP]

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mag-gi-nhawa

to have or behave with dignity

有尊嚴或舉止有尊嚴nihawa [PMP]NiSawa

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mag-guyud

to drag, pull (something)

拖,拉(某物)guyud₃ [PWMP]

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mag-halhal

to protrude, hang out (as the tongue from exhaustion, heat, thirst)

伸出,伸出halhál [PPH]

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mag-haŋad

to look up (as into a tree)

向上看(如在樹上)háŋad [PPH]

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mag-hipus

to be or become quiet (implies an end, cessation or discontinuance of noisy activities, as of household chores, traffic, quarrel or fight, or cannonade)

hipes [PPH]

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mag-ikut

to become selfish or stingy

變得自私或吝嗇ikut₂ [PPH]

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ma-gila

to become frantic with delight, wildly excited, delirious

欣喜若狂,極度興奮,神志不清ma-gila [PWMP]gila

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mag-iŋsud

to move something a little, budge something

移動一些東西,移動一些東西isud [PMP]

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mag-iyut

to copulate, have sexual intercourse (vulgar, often used in foul language and cursing)

交配交配,性交(粗俗的,常用於髒話和咒罵)iut₂ [PPH]

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mag-kagud

to scrape, remove something by scraping

刮,刮kaRud [PMP]

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mag-kakak

to quack like a duck; to laugh boisterously

像鴨子一樣嘎嘎地笑kakakₐ [PMP]kakak

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mag-ka-pagas

to develop a hoarse voice

發出沙啞的聲音pagas [PPH]

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mag-ka-sakit

to develop sickness, get sick

生病sakit [PMP]

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mag-ka-tawa

to laugh

maR-ka-tawa [PWMP]Cawa

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mag-katik

to drum (with a small stick or fingers)

打鼓(用小棍子或手指)katik [PMP]

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mag-katul

to scratch (esp. with fingers)

抓撓(尤指用手指)gatel [PMP]gaCel

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mag-kaun

to eat

maR-kaen [PPH]kaen

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mag-kawin

to solemnize a marriage

使婚姻莊嚴噪聲

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mag-kigkig

to smooth or polish a rough surface (esp. wood)

磨光或拋光粗糙的表面(尤指木頭)kiRkiR [PAN]

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mag-kilat

for a flash of lightning to occur

一道閃電maR-kilat [PWMP]likaC

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mag-kuluŋ

to curl (someone’s hair)

捲曲(某人的頭髮)keluŋ₁ [PWMP]

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mag-kutaʔ

to build a fort or stone wall, fortify (a place)

建造堡壘或石牆,加固(地方)借詞

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mag-kutup

to bite or take a nip of something (usually hot chili peppers)

咬或咬一口東西(通常是辣椒)ketep₁ [PMP]

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mag-lakad

to step to (a place with big steps)

踏進(有大步的地方)maR-lákaj [PPH]lakaj

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mag-laŋuy

to swim (to a destination)

游泳(到目的地)laŋuy [PWMP]

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mag-lassun

to commit suicide by taking poison

服毒自殺借詞

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mag-latag

to cover an area thoroughly; for information, gossip, sickness, etc. to spread, diffuse

徹底地覆蓋一個地區;傳播、散佈資訊、流言蜚語、疾病等latag [PPH]

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mag-laun

to let the marriageable age pass by, become too old to get married

過了適婚年齡,老了不能結婚laun [PWMP]

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mag-lawag

to find, seek, search, look for (something)

尋找,尋找,尋找,尋找(某物)lawag [PPH]

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mag-layag

to sail (to a place)

航行(到一個地方)maR-layaR [PWMP]layaR

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mag-liad

to slant (something), bend (the body); (for an object) to lean, be slanting

傾斜(某物),彎曲(物體);傾斜liad [PWMP]

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mag-likus

to enclose something, confine something by or as by binding

把某物包起來,用或象用包紮的方法限制某物likes [PMP]

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mag-likuʔ

to turn

轉彎likuq [PMP]

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mag-linug

for an earthquake to occur

使地震發生linuR [PAN]

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mag-liŋat-liŋat

to look quickly here and there (as of someone astounded or on guard)

迅速地到處看(如某人驚愕或警惕地看)liŋát [PPH]

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mag-liŋkuŋ

to coil up, as a snake

卷起來,像蛇一樣likuŋ [PWMP]

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mag-lubak

to beat, whip, spank someone

鞭打某人lebak₁ [PWMP]

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mag-lubaŋ

to make a depression, hole or pit in the ground

在地上挖坑maR-lubaŋ [PWMP]lubaŋ₁

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mag-lublub

for people or animals to wallow in the mud; for vehicles to get stuck in the mud

使人或動物沉入泥中;使車輛陷在泥中lebleb₂ [PMP]

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mag-lugus

to force, compel (someone)

強迫,強迫(某人)luges [PPH]

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mag-lukluk

to hide or lay (something) away

藏或藏(某物)lukluk [PPH]

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mag-lumbaʔ

to race, compete in a contest of speed

賽跑,參加速度競賽借詞

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mag-luraʔ

to spit or eject saliva from the mouth

從口中吐出唾液ludaq [PMP]

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mag-luwaʔ

to eject something from the mouth

從嘴裏吐出某物luaq [PMP]

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mag-nanaʔ

to have or develop pus

maR-nanaq [PWMP]naNaq

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mag-nipis

to become thin or thinner

變瘦nipis [PMP]Nipis

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mag-ŋawŋaw

to utter such a sound, mumble, mutter, grumble

發出這樣的聲音,咕噥,咕噥,咕噥ŋawŋaw [PAN]

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mag-pa-guntiŋ

to have one’s hair cut

理髮借詞

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mag-pakay

to adopt something (as an idea, practice, or behavior)

採納某物(作為一個想法、實踐或行為)借詞

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mag-paŋkat

to place something heavy over something else; to pile, heap into a pile (as plates, books or pillows)

借詞

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mag-paspas

to get rid of by brushing off; to brush off (something)

用刷子刷掉;刷掉(某物)paspas₂ [PWMP]

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mag-paspas

to put forth a sudden burst of speed, exert physical effort

突然爆發速度,用力paspás₄ [PPH]

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mag-pikuʔ

to bend (something, as iron or rattan)

彎曲(某物,如鐵或藤條)pikuq₁ [PAN]

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mag-pipis

to crush or press (something so that it becomes fine or soft, as peanuts, pepper, or grains of rice)

pipis₂ [PMP]pipis₁

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mag-pītu

to blow a whistle

吹哨借詞

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mag-pīʔ

to choose, select, pick out; to remove unhusked rice or other particles (from cooking rice)

選擇,選擇,挑出;除去未煮飯或其他顆粒(從煮飯中)maR-piliq [PWMP]piliq

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mag-pugad

to make a hideout (as thieves)

藏身處pugad [PPH]

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mag-pukaw

to wake up (someone)

喚醒(某人)pukaw₃ [PWMP]

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mag-pukpuk

to hammer, pound (something); strike something with something else

敲打,敲打(某物);用其他東西敲打某物pukpuk [PAN]

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mag-puŋpuŋ

to grasp or clutch things together

抓住或抓住事物puŋpuŋ₂ [PWMP]

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mag-putput

to puff, blow

吹,吹putput₂ [PMP]

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mag-putu

to prepare this confection

準備這個甜點借詞

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mag-sabit

to cross an object over a like object, as one leg over the other, the ends of rope or thread, pieces of rattan, or grass used in weaving

saqebit [PMP]

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mag-sablay

to hang or drape something (as a garment) to dry; to wear a #sablay blouse

把某物(如衣服)掛上或披上晾乾;穿一件緊身上衣sab(e)láy [PPH]

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mag-sakit

to become painful, sore

變得疼痛sakit [PMP]

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mag-saŋlád

for a vessel to run aground

船隻擱淺saŋ(e)lád [PPH]

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mag-saŋlag

to toast or roast (food in a pan, without oil or water)

烤麵包或烤(平底鍋裏的食物,不加油或水)saŋelaR [PMP]

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mag-sāʔ

to commit a mistake, error or fault, have a flaw; err, miss the mark, be wrong

犯錯誤,犯錯誤,犯錯誤,有缺點maR-salaq [PWMP]salaq₁

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mag-sikad

to stretch out the legs

伸展雙腿maR-síkad [PPH]síkad

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mag-siki

to walk, go by foot, hike; a foot (either the standard measurement or the length of a person’s foot)

sikí [PPH]

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mag-siŋal

to put a wedge in (something), shim (something)

把楔子插入(某物),填隙(某物)siŋal [PPH]

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mag-subaŋ

(for the moon) to rise

(為月亮)升起sebaŋ [PPH]

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mag-sukay

to look for (and kill) lice in the hair, one by one

一個接一個地尋找(並殺死)頭髮上的蝨子sukáy [PPH]

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mag-sukiɁ

to take someone as a regular customer

把某人當作常客借詞

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mag-sumpit

(for a liquid) to squirt, (for a gas) to escape rapidly; to blow (something out with force), spray a liquid; to shoot something with a blowgun

sumpit [PMP]

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mag-sunsun

to tighten the weaving (of nipa or coconut leaf shingles or woven material such as a mat or basket)

sunsun [PPH]

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mag-suntuk

to box or sock (someone), hit (someone) with one’s fist

打(某人),用拳頭打(某人)suntúk [PPH]

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mag-suruɁ

to feed (someone) with a spoon

用勺子喂(某人)suduq [PWMP]

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mag-suysuy

to tell, report a rumor, converse on general subjects; give an account of or story about (something)

suysuy [PPH]

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426
mag-sūʔ

to light or kindle

點燃suluq [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

427
mag-taban

to capture property, loot, plunder; (usually for many people) to strive to get a share of something

maR-taban [PWMP]tabaN

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

428
mag-tālaŋ

to toss coins (for heads or tails)

擲硬幣(正面或反面)talaŋ₂ [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

429
mag-tamanaŋ

to become sterile

不育tamanaŋ [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

430
mag-tambak

to level (a low place), fill in (ground); pile stones (often over a grave)

平整(低處),填平(地面);堆石(通常在墳墓上)tambak₂ [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

431
mag-tanum

to plant (something), as vegetables

種植(某物),如蔬菜maR-tanem [PWMP]CaNem

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

432
mag-taŋis

to cry or weep, shed tears

哭泣或哭泣,流淚taŋis [PMP]Caŋis

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

433
mag-taŋkay

to provide a handle

提供手柄taŋkay [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

434
mag-taul

(for dogs) to howl

(對狗)嚎叫taqul [PPH]taqúl

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

435
mag-taun

to set (a fish trap, as a #bubu basket trap); something (especially money) risked in a game of chance, bet

taqen [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

436
mag-taytay

to cross a bridge (to a place)

過橋taytay [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

437
mag-timbaŋ

to weigh something with a scale or balance

用天平或天平稱某物timbaŋ [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

438
mag-tu

divide into three equal parts

分成三等分maR-telu [PWMP]telu

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

439
mag-tuaŋ

to pour a liquid from one container to another

把液體從一個容器倒到另一個容器tuaŋ₁ [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

440
mag-tugun

to fix a date (for something)

定個日期tuRun₂ [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

441
mag-tugut

to allow, give permission, concede; to play out string, let something out further (e.g. a kite)

允許,允許,讓步;演奏弦樂,再放些東西(如風箏)tuRut [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

442
mag-tuhug

to string (something, as fish or beads)

串(魚或珠子等)tuhuR [PMP]CuSuR

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

443
mag-tunaw

to dissolve, melt (something); to digest (something)

溶解,融化(某物);消化(某物)túnaw [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

444
mag-tuŋaʔ

to divide something in half

把某物分成兩半teŋaq [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

445
mag-tupuŋ

to measure (a volume, as of grain, cooking oil, or kerosene)

量測(如穀物、食用油或煤油的體積)tepeŋ₃ [PAN]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

446
mag-tuwad

to bend over with the buttocks raised

翹起臀部彎腰tuad [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

447
mag-tūʔ

to drip

滴水tuduq [PAN]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

448
mag-uyun

to agree with (another’s opinion); for two or more opinions to agree

同意(別人的意見);同意兩個或兩個以上的意見uyun₂ [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

449
ma-hinug

to become ripe; (of a cold) at the stage at which mucus comes out freely when the nose is blown

成熟成熟;(指感冒)在鼻子被吹出粘液的階段ma-hinuR [PPH]hinuR

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

450
ma-hugut

firm, fast, tight, tightly closed; (of one’s faith) strong; (of one’s inner being) not overly emotional or unstable, calm

ma-heRet [PMP]SeReC

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

451
ma-hukaʔ

loose, not tight

松,不緊hukaq [PAN]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

452
maka-minsan

one time, one time only

一次,只有一次minsan [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

453
ma-kusug

strong, vigorous, powerful (of rain, coughing), heavy

強壯、有力、有力(指下雨、咳嗽)、沉重ma-keseR [PAN]keseR

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

454
ma-lantik

double-jointed

雙關節借詞

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

455
ma-lanus

to be or become a spinster or an old bachelor

成為或成為老處女或老單身漢lanés [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

456
ma-layuʔ

far

遠的ma-adayuq [PPH]adayúq

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

457
ma-limun

to be entirely covered, out of sight, submerged

完全覆蓋,看不見,淹沒limun [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

458
ma-lindum

dark, having very little light

黑暗,幾乎沒有光lidem [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

459
ma-liŋgaŋ

to be or become tipsy

喝醉liŋgaŋ [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

460
ma-lubug

to become turbid or muddied

混濁lebug [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

461
ma-lumus

to lose consciousness due to water in the lungs or lack of air in the lungs (death does not always result), drown

ma-lemes [PPH]lemes

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

462
ma-lumut

mossy

苔蘚lumut [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

463
ma-lunud

to sink, submerge, capsize

沉沒,沉沒,傾覆ma-lúnud [PPH]lúnud

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

464
ma-lunuk

soft (as hair); (of the body) weak

柔軟的(如頭髮);虛弱的lunek₁ [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

465
mamaʔ

a prepared betel nut chew

準備好的檳榔嚼mamaq [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

466
mamaʔ-un

to chew betel nut

嚼檳榔mamaq-en [PWMP]mamaq

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

467
ma-mutiʔ

to turn pale

臉色蒼白ma-mutiq [PWMP]putiq

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

468
manik

a bead; a type of amulet in the form of a number of chained beads worn usually around the waist, making the wearer invulnerable

借詞

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

469
ma-nipis

thin (as person, book, pad of paper); (of cloth) flimsy, sleazy

薄的(如人、書、紙);薄的(指布)ma-nipis [PMP]Nipis

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

470
manta

a full-size blanket

全尺寸毯子借詞

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

471
manuk

domestic chicken

家雞manuk [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

472
manuk-manuk

bird; flying insect

鳥;飛蟲manu(k)-manuk [PMP]manuk

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

473
manuk-un

induce someone to fight with someone else, stir up, instigate

誘使某人與他人打架,煽動,煽動manuk-en [PPH]manuk

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

474
maŋa

optional particle used to indicate plurals (with some nouns refers to that one and his associations or companions)

maŋa₁ [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

475
ma-ŋahuy

to gather firewood (esp. in the woods)

拾柴(尤指在樹林裏)ma-ŋahiw [PWMP]kaSiw

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

476
maŋ-akkal

to fool, trick, dupe, deceive (someone)

愚弄、欺騙、欺騙(某人)借詞

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

477
ma-ŋapkap

grope for a woman in the dark (for illicit sexual intercourse)

在黑暗中尋找女人(非法性交)kapkap [PAN]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

478
maŋga

Mangifera indica, the common Cebu mango (yellow when ripe)

芒果,普通宿務芒果(成熟時呈黃色)借詞

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

479
maŋ-gisgis

to brush (one’s teeth)

刷牙gisgis₁ [PAN]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

480
maŋ-guyud

to abduct (someone, often a girl in order to marry her)

綁架(某人,通常是為了娶她而綁架的女孩)guyud₃ [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

481
maŋ-hi-luraʔ

to spit so as to show contempt or scorn

吐唾沫以表示輕蔑或蔑視ludaq [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

482
ma-ŋilā

to look at (something) in order to recognize it or see whose it is, to identify something; to claim something; to shy away from (someone, especially spoken of a baby)

ma-ŋilala [PWMP]kilala

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

483
maŋ-pīʔ

to choose, select, pick out

選擇,選擇,挑選piliq [PAN]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

484
ma-pait

bitter (as medicine)

苦(如藥)ma-paqit [PMP]paqiC

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

485
ma-pasuʔ

hot, warm (weather, body temperature); unlucky (of a day or month; e.g. for planting)

炎熱、溫暖(天氣、體溫);不吉利(指一天或一個月;例如用於種植)ma-pásuq [PPH]pásuq

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

486
ma-pilay

to become lame

變成跛子ma-pilay [PMP]piNay

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

487
ma-pīʔ

choosy, fastidious, hard to please, discriminating

挑剔,挑剔,難以取悅,挑剔ma-piliq [PMP]piliq

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

488
ma-puas

to be settled

待解決puas [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

489
ma-pundul

blunt

遲鈍的pudul [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

490
ma-putiʔ

white

白色ma-putiq [PMP]putiq

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

491
m-ari

to come (to the speaker or somewhere near the speaker)

到(揚聲器或揚聲器附近的地方)um-ari [PWMP]ari

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

492
ma-rukut

having or producing a heavy mark, dark shade (as of pencil, ballpen, color)

有或產生濃重的標記、深色的(如鉛筆、原子筆、彩色的)ma-deket [PPH]dekeC

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

493
ma-sagsag

(for something) to break off, as branches from a tree after a strong wind

(為了某物)折斷,如大風後樹枝從樹上折斷sagsag₁ [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

494
ma-sakit

(with #atay) bitter against, hateful (toward someone)

(帶著#atay)怨恨,憎恨(對某人)ma-sakit [PMP]sakit

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

495
ma-sanam

occupied or filled with ants (as a house)

螞蟻居住的或充滿螞蟻的(如房子)sanam [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

496
ma-sapla

coarse, rough to the touch; (esp. of dry food on the tongue); coarse (in texture); unpleasant (to the ear)

sapela [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

497
ma-sāʔ

commit a mistake; to suffer dislocation (of a nerve or bone), sprain oneself

犯錯誤;遭受(神經或骨頭的)脫位,扭傷ma-salaq [PWMP]salaq₁

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

498
ma-sipat

to imagine; describe, express, explain

想像;描述、表達、解釋sipat [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

499
māsu

sledge hammer

大錘借詞

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

500
ma-sumbiŋ

to become nicked

被劃破sumbiŋ [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

501
mata

eye (as an organ of sight); anything circular that is essential to that in which it is contained (as a burner of a stove, the heart of a boil); the holes of a sieve

mata [PMP]maCa

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

502
mata-an

a group of things having a common source or similar features, family group under one head

一組有共同來源或相似特徵的事物,一個頭下有一個家族mata-an [PPH]maCa

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

503
mata-mata

a spy (< #Malay?)

間諜(<馬來語?)mata-mata [PMP]maCa

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

504
ma-taŋtaŋ

to come part, be dismantled, come off or out of something

從某物中分離、拆卸、脫落或取出taŋtáŋ₂ [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

505
ma-tubig

watery, (of fruit) juicy

多汁的,(指水果)多汁的噪聲

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

506
ma-tūg

to sleep

睡覺ma-tuduR [PMP]tuduR

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

507
ma-tuyuʔ

seriously interested and enthusiastic (in doing something so as to attain something desired)

非常感興趣和熱情(為了達到某種期望而做某事)tuyuq [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

508
minsan

(to do something) at one sitting

(做某事)一坐minsan [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

509
mutiʔ

to become white, as cloth that is bleached

變白變白,如漂白的布ma-mutiq [PWMP]putiq

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

510
na

signals the arrival of the time of an expected event or the attainment of an expected state: now; signals the occurrence of an event or the attainment of a state sooner than expected: already

na₄ [PMP]Na₂

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

511
nanaʔ

pus

膿液nanaq [PMP]naNaq

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

512
na-pilay

was made lame

變得跛腳na-pílay [PPH]piNay

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

513
nipaʔ

nipa palm: Nipa fruticans (used for roofing and walling)

nipa palm:■(用於屋頂和牆壁)nipaq [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

514
nipis

thinness, flimsiness, sleaziness

瘦弱、脆弱、邋遢nipis [PMP]Nipis

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

515
nipis-an

to make (something) thinner, take away some thickness

使(某物)變薄,去掉一些厚度nipis [PMP]Nipis

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

516
niyug

Cocos nucifera, the coconut tree (not included semantically under generic #kahuy); five growth stages of the coconut fruit are terminologically recognized

niuR [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

517
n〈um〉ipis

to become thin or thinner

變瘦nipis [PMP]Nipis

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

518
ŋān

a name (of something)

(某物的)名字ŋajan [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

519
ŋān-an

to name something

指名道姓ŋajan-an [PWMP]ŋajan

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

520
ŋawŋaw

a muttering, mumbling, grumbling; low unintelligible sound in the throat

咕噥、咕噥、咕噥;喉嚨裏低沉難懂的聲音ŋawŋaw [PAN]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

521
ŋilu

the uncomfortable feeling at the edge of one’s teeth felt when hearing a scratchy sound, eating something sour

ŋilu [PAN]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

522
ŋ〈um〉ilu

(for one’s teeth) to have such feeling

(對牙齒)有這種感覺ŋilu [PAN]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

523
okab

to open

打開e(ŋ)kab [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

524
pa

signals the continuance of an event already occurring or of a state already existing; still, more, yet

pa₁ [PAN]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

525
paa

thigh

大腿paqa₁ [PAN]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

526
pagas

voiceless (as from a cold); hoarse

無聲的(如感冒);沙啞的pagas [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

527
pag-kaun

food, meal

食物、膳食kaen [PAN]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

528
pag-linug-an

for an earthquake to occur

使地震發生linuR [PAN]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

529
pag-subaŋ-un

to be or become crazy, be mildly affected now and again by times of lunacy

發瘋或發瘋,時不時地受到精神錯亂的影響sebaŋ [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

530
pag-taul

the howling of a dog

狗的嚎叫taqul [PPH]taqúl

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

531
pag-timbaŋ

a ceremonial weighing of a newborn child

新生兒的體重timbaŋ [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

532
pait

bitterness

苦澀paqit₂ [PMP]paqiC

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

533
pa-kaun-un

to feed (as children); cooked rice

喂(像孩子一樣);米飯pa-kaen-en [PAN]kaen

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

534
pakay

to wear something (as clothes, jewelry, or a belt)

穿某物(如衣服、珠寶或腰帶)借詞

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

535
pakay-an

costume, formal dress, good clothes

服裝,禮服,好衣服借詞

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

536
paksiyu

fish or meat cooked in vinegar, garlic, ginger and salt

醋、大蒜、薑和鹽煮的魚或肉借詞

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

537
palig

surgeonfish

浪湧魚qapaliR [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

538
paliyama

a good or abundant harvest

豐收豐收pariama [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

539
pa-nagat

to hunt for shellfish, edible plants or other edible animals along the shore at low tide

低潮時沿海岸獵捕貝類、食用植物或其他食用動物daRat [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

540
pa-nanum

plants, that which has been planted, a crop

種植的植物pa-nanem [PWMP]CaNem

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

541
paŋ-akkal

(someone) prone to fool people; one who tricks, dupes, or deceives people

(某人)容易愚弄人;欺騙、欺騙或欺騙人的人借詞

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

542
pa-ŋiram

a strong and sudden craving for a particular kind of food (during the early stages of pregnancy)

對某種食物強烈而突然的渴望(在懷孕早期)kidam [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

543
paŋkat

lineage; a story (of a building)

世系;一層樓借詞

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

544
paraŋ

grass

padaŋ [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

545
pasal

a market

市場借詞

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

546
pasaŋ

a pair, set (of material things)

一對,一套(實物)pasaŋ₁ [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

547
pasaŋ-un

to put things together into sets or groups

把事物組合成一組或一組pasaŋ₁ [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

548
paspas-i

brush it off (imper.)

刷掉它(帝國)paspas₂ [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

549
paspas-i

speed up! (imper.)

加快!(帝國)paspás₄ [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

550
pasuʔ

heat, warmth, high temperature; anger, temper

炎熱、溫暖、高溫;憤怒、脾氣pásuq [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

551
pasuʔ atay

hot temper, short temper

脾氣暴躁pásuq [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

552
pasuʔ-un

to heat (something)

加熱(某物)pasúq-en [PPH]pásuq

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

553
patuŋ

bamboo

竹子patuŋ [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

554
pikpik

wing (of bird or plane)

(鳥或飛機的)翅膀pikpik [PAN]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

555
pikuk

crippled (by having the arm bent, not from birth)

殘廢的(手臂彎曲,不是從出生起)pi(ŋ)kuk [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

556
pikut

the common housefly

普通家蠅piket₁ [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

557
pila

how much?, how many?

多少錢?,多少?pijax [PAN]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

558
pilak

silver (the metal); money, pesos

銀(金屬);錢,比索借詞

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

559
pilay

lame

瘸的piNay [PAN]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

560
pintal

the main string attached to a kite (that holds it firmly in balance)

系在風箏上的主線(使風箏保持平衡)pintal [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

561
piŋgan

a bowl, concave container for food

盛食物的碗、凹形容器借詞

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

562
piŋkit

having six (or more) fingers on one hand

一只手有六個(或更多)手指pikit [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

563
písaw

a small knife (esp. used in preparing a betel nut chew)

小刀(尤指用來準備檳榔嚼的)pisaw [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

564
pisŋi ~ pisni

cheek

臉頰pis(e)ŋí [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

565
pitu

seven

pitu₁ [PAN]pitu

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

566
pītu

an instrument for making whistling sounds, a whistle

吹口哨的樂器借詞

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

567
pīʔ-an

to remove unhusked rice or other particles (from cooking rice)

除去(烹調的)米飯中的未煮熟的米飯或其他顆粒piliq-an [PMP]piliq

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

568
pīʔ-un

to choose, select, pick out

選擇,選擇,挑選piliq-en [PWMP]piliq

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

569
puas

free (from some obligation)

免除(某些義務)puas [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

570
puas-an

to untie something; (of a matter or problem) settled

解開某物;(指一件事或問題)解決puas [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

571
pudpud

a stub, a part (of something) left after the main part is gone or used up

存根,主要部分消失或用完後留下的(某物的)部分pudpud [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

572
pugad

a nest

pugad [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

573
pugad-an

to settle in a nest

安頓在巢中pugad-an [PPH]pugad

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

574
pugaʔ

press or squeeze a liquid (out of something, as juice from a fruit, coconut milk from coconut meat, pus from a wound)

peReq [PAN]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

575
pugus

to roll or knot the hair

捲髮pugus [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

576
pukpuk-un

be hammered, pounded

被錘打pukpuk-en [PWMP]pukpuk

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

577
pukul

having an amputated leg, arm, finger, or toe

截肢的腿、胳膊、手指或腳趾被截肢的pukul₂ [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

578
pukut

a large fishing net, seine

大漁網,圍網puket₁ [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

579
pukut-un

to fish with a seine

圍網捕魚puket-en [PWMP]puket₁

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

580
pula

red

紅色pula₁ [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

581
pula-pula

a newborn infant

新生兒pula₁ [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

582
puliŋ

dust or tiny particle that lodges in one’s eye

灰塵或微小的微粒puliŋ₂ [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

583
puntuk

top, apex, peak, summit (as of a mountain or building)

頂,頂,峰,頂(如山或建築物)puntuk [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

584
punud

not hollow, solid (of a body), sturdy

不是中空的,實心的(身體的),結實的pened₁ [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

585
puŋluʔ

a bullet

子彈借詞

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

586
pusas

handcuffs

手銬借詞

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

587
púsud

navel, umbilical cord

臍,臍帶pusej [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

588
pusuʔ

the flower of the banana (used as a vegetable)

香蕉花(用作蔬菜)pusuq₁ [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

589
pūt

a kind of tree whose sap is flammable, and is a medicine for certain diseases

樹液易燃的樹,是治療某些疾病的藥pulut [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

590
pūt-an

sticky rice (a variety of rice that becomes sticky when cooked)

糯米(一種煮熟後變粘的米)pulut [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

591
putiʔ

white

白色putiq [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

592
putiʔ mata

a coward (lit. ‘white eyes’)

膽小鬼。‘白眼’)putiq mata [PWMP]putiq

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

593
putiʔ-un

to make something white

做白色的東西putiq-en [PWMP]putiq

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

594
putput-an

chimney, smoke shaft, flue, funnel (as of a steamship)

煙囪、煙道、煙道、煙囪(如輪船)puput-an [PWMP]putput₂

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

595
putu

a confection made by steaming grated cassava

用蒸煮磨碎的木薯製成的甜點借詞

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

596
puun

cause; origin, source, beginning; the first wife (of multiple wives); a tree, trunk (of a tree); money invested, capital investment

puqun [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

597
puun-an

invest money, have capital

投資,有資本puqun-an [PWMP]puqun

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

598
pūʔ

island

pujuq [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

599
pūʔ

island

借詞

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

600
sabit ~ saʔbit

a hook (anything used to snag something else)

鉤子(用來鉤住別的東西的東西)saqebit [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

601
sabit-an

to use a hook (especially for fishing); a cloth money belt (usually used by older men along with loose-fitting cotton trousers)

saqebit-án [PPH]saqebit

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

602
sablay

a long, loose, collarless blouse reaching below the hips with long, loose sleeves

無領上衣一種長的、寬鬆的、無領的上衣,用長的、寬鬆的袖子伸到臀部以下sab(e)láy [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

603
sagsag-un

to break (something) off, destroy or damage (something)

打碎,毀壞或損壞(某物)sagsag-en [PPH]sagsag₁

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

604
sakap

ready, prepared

準備,準備saŋkap [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

605
sakit

sickness, illness, pain, soreness, ache

疾病,疾病,疼痛,酸痛,疼痛sakit [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

606
sakit atay

anger, hatred, bitterness of feeling

憤怒、仇恨、感情的痛苦sakit [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

607
sakit babai

venereal disease

性病sakit [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

608
sanam

an ant

螞蟻sanam [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

609
sanam-un

to get ants (in something), attract ants (as sugar on a plate)

吸引螞蟻(如盤子上的糖)sanam [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

610
saŋkalan

a (kitchen) chopping board

(廚房)砧板saŋkalan [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

611
sapaʔ

a small river, stream

小河、小溪sapaq₁ [PAN]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

612
saput

a shroud, white cloth used to wrap a corpse for burial

裹屍布用來包裹屍體以便埋葬的裹屍布saput₁ [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

613
sawaliʔ

split bamboo woven into sheets (used for walling)

劈開的竹編成薄片(用於砌牆)借詞

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

614
sawan

convulsions (can be fatal in children)

抽搐(對兒童可能致命)sawan [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

615
sawan-un

to be affected by a convulsion

受驚厥影響sawan-en [PWMP]sawan

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

616
sāʔ

mistake, fault, error, flaw

錯誤,錯誤,錯誤,缺陷salaq₁ [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

617
siah

3sg.

3毫克。si ia₁ [PAN]ia₁

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

618
sibít

a claw (of a crab, etc.)

(螃蟹等的)爪子cibit [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

619
sigi-sigi

going on in rapid succession, happening over and over again, repeated often, continually

接二連三地進行,一次又一次地發生,經常重複,不斷地借詞

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

620
sigi-sigi

going on in rapid succession, happening over and over again, repeated often, continually

接二連三地進行,一次又一次地發生,經常重複,不斷地借詞

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

621
sikar-an

to stretch out the legs (in reclining or relaxing)

伸展腿(在躺下或放鬆時)sikád-an [PPH]síkad

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

622
siki

foot

sikí [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

623
siku

elbow (the belief of the old people is that if someone gives something to someone and then takes it back, his elbow will rot)

sikux [PAN]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

624
simud

mouth

simuj [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

625
sinag

brightness, radiance

亮度、亮度sinaR [PMP]siNaR

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

626
siŋal

a wedge, shim

楔子、墊片siŋal [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

627
siŋaw

a leak (of air), the sound made by leaking air

漏風,漏風發出的聲音siŋaw [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

628
siŋkaŋ

characterized by spread legs

以伸展的腿為特徵sikaŋ [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

629
sipak

a part or half of something, a split section

部分某物的一部分或一半,分裂的部分sipak [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

630
sipat

a physical sense, natural power or faculty (of a person); sight, hearing, taste, smell; type; manifrestaion, evidence; appearance, attribute, quality

sipat [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

631
sipiɁ

a hand of bananas

一手香蕉sipíq [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

632
sipit

a peg, clothespin, hairpin

釘子、衣夾、髮夾sipit [PAN]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

633
sipit-sipit

an earwig

假髮sipit [PAN]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

634
siyam

nine

siám [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

635
s〈iy〉aŋlag

grated cassava roasted in a pan

磨碎的木薯在鍋裏烤s〈in〉aŋelaR [PMP]saŋelaR

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

636
subaŋ-an

the waxing of the moon; the number of days in the month since the new moon; a day; the direction east

sebaŋ [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

637
sudsud

name given to several sedges (grow on riverbanks and in swamps)

幾種莎草的名稱(生長在河岸和沼澤中)sedsed₁ [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

638
suka

vomit (ejected matter from the stomach via the mouth)

嘔吐物(通過口從胃裏排出的物質)suka₂ [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

639
sukiɁ

a regular customer or purchaser

常客或買主借詞

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

640
sukut

a demand for payment; demand from the spirits for an offering

對報酬的要求;靈魂對獻祭的要求sukut [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

641
suliŋ

a flute, fife (usually made of bamboo)

長笛,笛(通常由竹子製成)suliŋ [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

642
s〈um〉abit

for something to hook, catch, or snag on something else

使某物鉤住、抓住或鉤住某物s〈um〉abit [PWMP]saqebit

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

643
s〈um〉akit

to become painful, sore

變得疼痛s〈um〉akit [PWMP]sakit

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

644
s〈um〉aŋlád

for a vessel to run aground

船隻擱淺s〈um〉aŋ(e)lád [PPH]saŋ(e)lád

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

645
s〈um〉aŋsaŋ

to go against (a current of water or wind)

逆流逆流(水流或風)saŋsáŋ [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

646
s〈um〉apa

to swear (an oath), take an oath

宣誓sapaq₂ [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

647
s〈um〉āʔ

to commit a mistake, error or fault, have a flaw; err, miss the mark, be wrong

犯錯誤,犯錯誤,犯錯誤,有缺點s〈um〉alaq [PWMP]salaq₁

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

648
sumbiŋ

jagged, dented, notched, nicked (as of the edges of cutting tools); hare-lipped

鋸齒狀,凹痕,缺口,刻痕(如切割工具的邊緣);鋸齒狀的sumbiŋ [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

649
s〈um〉ipiɁ

to cut a stalk of bananas into hands

把一根香蕉切成兩半sipíq [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

650
s〈um〉ipit

to catch something between two fingers, pincers, etc.; pinch something; to clip something, as paperclip clips paper, a clothespin clothes, or a hairpin hair; to carry something under the arm

s〈um〉ipit [PWMP]sipit

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

651
sumpit

squirting, spurting

噴射,噴射sumpit [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

652
sumpit-an

an instrument used for blowing a pointed missile (#bawang) with the aid of a wad of kapok or cotton, blowgun (made of bamboo or a material with the same texture as bamboo; has a sight at the end away from the mouth opening)

sumpit [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

653
s〈um〉ubaŋ

(for the moon) to rise

(為月亮)升起sebaŋ [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

654
s〈um〉uka

to vomit, throw up

吐,吐suka₂ [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

655
s〈um〉uliŋ

to play such an instrument

演奏這樣的樂器suliŋ [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

656
s〈um〉uŋit

to put food into one’s (or someone’s) mouth, either by hand or with a spoon; to feed someone

用手或勺子把食物塞進(或某人)嘴裏;喂某人suŋit₂ [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

657
suntuk

a blow (as with the hand or fist)

打擊(如用手或拳頭)suntúk [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

658
suŋaw

a leak of air

漏風seŋ(e)qaw [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

659
suŋsuŋ

China

中國suŋsuŋ₁ [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

660
suŋut

asthma

哮喘seŋet-seŋet [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

661
suŋut-un

to contract or be afflicted with asthma

患哮喘seŋet-seŋet [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

662
suput

a paper bag

紙袋súput [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

663
suruɁ

a spoon

勺子suduq [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

664
suruɁ-un

to take or eat something with a spoon

用勺子拿東西或吃東西suduq [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

665
suysuy

rumor, hearsay, reports not based on definite knowledge, general conversation

謠言、傳聞、非基於確切知識的報導、一般談話suysuy [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

666
sūʔ

light (of a torch, candle, etc.)

(火炬、蠟燭等的)光suluq [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

667
tabak

a single-legged (brass, silver, or in folktales gold) tray, esp. used by royalty

一種單腿的盤子(黃銅、銀或民間傳說中的金制的),尤指皇室使用的借詞

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

668
tabid

twisted, not straight, out of shape

扭曲,不直,變形tabid [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

669
tabid-tabid

a rope-shaped confection made of flour or pounded cassava

用麵粉或搗碎的木薯做成的繩狀甜點tabid [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

670
tabla

even, equal, tied (as in a game or contest)

均衡的,相等的,平局的(如在遊戲或競賽中)借詞

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

671
tabun

a type of quail a little smaller than a chicken, which lays eggs in sandy holes it digs

鵪鶉一種比雞稍小的鵪鶉,在它挖的沙坑裏產卵tabun₁ [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

672
tag-andak

stamp the feet

跺腳anzak [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

673
tagar-an

that which one is waiting for

等待的東西taRad-an [PPH]taRad

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

674
taklaʔ

the sound made by flapping the tongue against the roof of the mouth, a clicking of the tongue

舌頭拍打口腔頂部發出的聲音,舌頭的哢嚓聲tak(e)laq [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

675
talam

a brass tray (without legs)

黃銅託盤(沒有腿)借詞

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

676
talaw

excessive fear

過度恐懼talaw [PAN]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

677
talaw-an

cowardly, excessively fearful

懦弱,極度恐懼talaw [PAN]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

678
tamanaŋ

(of people or animals) barren, sterile

(指人或動物)不育的tamanaŋ [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

679
tambiluk

a sea worm that lives on trees, logs, and sides of wooden ships

一種生活在樹上、原木上和木船邊上的海蟲tambiluk [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

680
tambuk

corpulence, fatness, obesity, plumpness, chubbiness

肥胖,肥胖,肥胖,豐滿,胖乎乎的tambuk [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

681
tampípiʔ

a (double telescoping) basket made of coconut leaves

椰葉做成的(雙伸縮)籃子tampipiq [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

682
tanud

thread

tanúd [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

683
tanug

the volume (of a sound or voice); famous, well-known

(聲音或聲音的)音量;著名的tanúR [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

684
tanum

to plant (something); to bury (something)

種植(某物);埋葬(某物)tanem [PMP]CaNem

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

685
tanum-an

to plant something

種東西tanem-an [PAN]CaNem

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

686
taŋaʔ

(of speech) stammering

(指言語)結巴taŋaq₁ [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

687
taŋkay

a stem, stalk (of a plant); handle (of a ladle, cup, pan, etc.)

(植物的)莖;柄taŋkay [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

688
tasa

a drinking cup (with a handle, made of metal)

水杯(帶把手,金屬制)借詞

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

689
tastas

torn on the seam

接縫處撕裂tastas [PAN]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

690
tawmpaʔ

shoe

借詞

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

691
taytay-an

a bridge (usually made of bamboo or wood)

橋(通常由竹子或木頭製成)taytay-an [PWMP]taytay

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

692
taʔ

wonder (softens the tone of a question)

驚奇(使問題的語氣柔和)taq₂ [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

693
tikaŋ

a step, pace (as in walking)

一步、一步(如走路)tikaŋ [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

694
tikuʔ

(of an object) crooked

(指物體)彎曲的tikuq₁ [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

695
ti-lawas-an

a segment or section, including one node (of bamboo, sugarcane, etc.)

節一段或一段,包括(竹子、甘蔗等的)一個節lawas₃ [PAN]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

696
timbaŋ-an

a scale, balance (for weighing); to make (one’s love, treatment, etc. of people) equal; be equaled

timbaŋ-an [PWMP]timbaŋ

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

697
timbaŋ-un

to consider something (in making a choice)

考慮某事(在作出選擇時)timbaŋ-en [PWMP]timbaŋ

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

698
tiŋug

a human voice

人聲tiŋeR [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

699
tiruŋ

a covering for the head (to protect from the heat of the sun or from rain)

頭部的覆蓋物(防止太陽或雨水的灼熱)tiduŋ [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

700
tiyan

stomach, belly

肚子tian [PMP]tiaN

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

701

three

telu [PAN]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

702
tubig

water, juice (of a fruit), (with #mata) tears

水,果汁(水果的),眼淚噪聲

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

703
tubu

sugarcane

甘蔗tebuh₁ [PMP]tebuS

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

704
tubul

constipation

便秘tebel₁ [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

705
tubul-un

to be constipated

便秘tebel₁ [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

706
tudluʔ

forefinger, index finger

食指、食指tulduq [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

707
tūg

sleep

睡覺tuduR [PAN]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

708
tūg-an

a place to sleep

睡覺的地方tuduR-an [PWMP]tuduR

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

709
tugub

(of a truck or boat) deeply laden, overloaded

(指卡車或船)滿載、超載teReb [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

710
tugun

date, appointment; something ordered or arranged, word sent; a matter (to speak about to someone)

tuRun₂ [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

711
tukul

hammer

鐵錘借詞

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

712
tukun

a pole used to propel a small boat in shallow water

在淺水中推動小船的杆子teken [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

713
tukun-an

to propel a small boat with a pole in shallow water

在淺水中用杆子推動小船teken [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

714
tulda

a tarpaulin, tent

篷布、帳篷借詞

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

715
t〈um〉abid

to twist or wring something; to wring the water out of something

擰或擰某物;從某物中擰出水tabid [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

716
t〈um〉agad

to wait for something

等待某物taRad [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

717
t〈um〉alus

to continue, finish (doing something, esp. something already started)

繼續,完成(做某事,尤指已經開始的某事)tarus [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

718
t〈um〉andak

to stamp one’s feet

跺腳tanzak [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

719
t〈um〉anud

to thread (a needle or sewing machine)

穿(針或縫紉機)tanúd [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

720
t〈um〉anum

to plant something

種東西t〈um〉anem [PAN]CaNem

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

721
t〈um〉aŋis

to cry or weep, shed tears

哭泣或哭泣,流淚C〈um〉aŋis [PAN]Caŋis

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

722
t〈um〉aŋtaŋ

to take off, remove (something from something else, as buttons or other detachable objects); take something apart

taŋtáŋ₂ [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

723
t〈um〉apuk

to hide or conceal (something)

隱藏或隱藏(某物)tapuk₃ [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

724
t〈um〉astas

to cut or tear stitches so as to open a seam, hem, etc.

縫線剪或撕開縫線、下擺等。t〈um〉astas [PWMP]tastas

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

725
t〈um〉aul

(for dogs) to howl

(對狗)嚎叫taqul [PPH]taqúl

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

726
t〈um〉aytay

to cross a bridge (to a place)

過橋taytay [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

727
tumbaga

brass, copper, bronze

黃銅,銅,青銅借詞

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

728
tumbuŋ

the end of the spinal cord above the buttocks (where a tail would grow)

臀部上方的脊髓末端(尾巴會生長的地方)tumbuŋ₁ [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

729
t〈um〉imbaŋ

to weigh something with a scale or balance; consider something (in making a choice)

用天平或天平稱某物;考慮某物(在作出選擇時)t〈um〉imbaŋ [PWMP]timbaŋ

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

730
t〈um〉iŋug

to sound like (someone’s voice)

聽起來像(某人的聲音)tiŋeR [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

731
tumpuk

a group (of persons or things)

一群(人或事物)tumpuk [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

732
tumpul

blunt, dull, not sharp

鈍,鈍,不鋒利tumpul [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

733
t〈um〉udluʔ

to point at or point out (something with the finger)

指或指(用手指指的東西)tulduq [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

734
t〈um〉ugun

to order (something to be brought by someone else), send word (to someone)

訂購(某人帶來的東西),寄信給(某人)tuRun₂ [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

735
t〈um〉ukun

to propel a small boat with a pole in shallow water

在淺水中用杆子推動小船teken [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

736
t〈um〉uput

to fit, be just right, enough

合適,恰到好處,足夠tepet₁ [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

737
t〈um〉ūʔ

for a liquid or the surface it is on to drip

對於一種液體或其表面,它會滴落t〈um〉uduq [PPH]tuduq

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

738
tunaw

(of ice or a tablet) dissolved, melted; (of food) digested

(指冰或片劑)溶解、融化;(指食物)消化túnaw [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

739
tunaw-un

to dissolve, melt (something); to digest (something)

溶解,融化(某物);消化(某物)tunaw-en [PPH]túnaw

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

740
tunuk

a thorn, spine (of plants and fish)

刺(指植物和魚)Cenek [PAN]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

741
tuŋaw

small red tick (lives in rotten wood)

小紅蜱(生活在腐爛的木頭裏)tuŋaw₁ [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

742
tuŋaʔ

half

一半teŋaq [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

743
tuŋaʔ-an

middle

中間的teŋaq [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

744
tupuŋ-an

a container used to measure (by volume)

用來量測(體積)的容器tepeŋ₃ [PAN]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

745
tuput

enough, just right

夠了,正好tepet₁ [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

746
tutub-an

amnion, the sac in which a baby lies during pregnancy, bag of waters

羊膜,懷孕期間嬰兒所處的囊,一袋水tutub [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

747
tutuy

clitoris, the female organ homologous to the male penis

陰蒂,與男性陰莖同源的女性器官tutuy [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

748
tuyuʔ

zeal, ernestness

熱情,歐尼斯特tuyuq [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

749
tuyuʔ-un

to be earnest, zealous in doing something; strive hard (for something)

認真,熱心於做某事;努力(為某事)tuyuq [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

750
tūʔ

a drop (of liquid); a dripping or leak (from a faucet or a wound)

一滴(液體);滴漏tuduq [PAN]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

751
tūʔ-an

to drip

滴水tuduq-an [PAN]tuduq

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

752
tuʔu

right hand, right side

右手,右手邊tuqu₁ [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

753
ū

head

qulu [PMP]quluh

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

754
uban

gray hair on an older person

老年人的白髮quban [PMP]qubaN

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

755
ubud

leaf-bud or heart of palm trees, used as a vegetable

棕櫚樹的葉芽或葉心,用作蔬菜qubuj [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

756
ubuŋ

ridgepole

脊杆ubuŋ [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

757
ubus

finished, completed, done

完成,完成,完成qubus [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

758
ūd

worm, grub, maggot

蠕蟲,幼蟲,蛆qulej [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

759
ugam

simple stomatitis (characterized by the formation of tiny ulcers on the mucosa of the mouth)

單純性口炎(以口腔粘膜上形成微小潰瘍為特徵)guham [PMP]guSam

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

760
ugam-un

to be or beome afflicted with stomatitis

口炎guam-en [PWMP]guSam

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

761
ugat

vein, nerve, artery, tendon

靜脈、神經、動脈、肌腱uRat [PMP]huRaC

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

762
ugbus

sprout (of a plant)

(植物的)芽ugbús [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

763
ugbus-an

to remove the new shoots from a plant

把植物的新芽移走ugbús [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

764
ugis

an albino person

白化病患者quRis [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

765
ugtu

noontime, mid-day, whe the sun is at its zenith

正午,正午,太陽在它的頂點ugtu [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

766
ūh-an

tip, top or front part of something; chief of a group

頂端,頂端某物的頂端或前端;團長qulu-an [PMP]quluh

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

767
uhaw

thirsty

口渴的quhaw [PMP]quSaw

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

768
ukab

to be open or about to open

打開或即將打開hu(ŋ)kab [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

769
ukkil

native sculpture, carving

本土雕塑、雕刻ukir [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

770
ulak-an

shuttle, as in weaving

梭子,如織布ulak-an [PWMP]ulak

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

771
ulaŋ

yell

大喊quŋal [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

772
uma

cultivated field or farm, rice field

耕地或農場、稻田quma [PMP]qumah

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

773
umaw

dumb, unable to speak

啞巴,說不出話來umaw [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

774
umpan

bait for animals or fish

動物或魚的誘餌qumpan [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

775
una

go ahead or before

往前走還是往前走unah [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

776
unah-an

front; forward

前方unah-an [PPH]unah

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

777
untuŋ

profit, gain

利潤,收益借詞

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

778
u-nuh

what?

什麼?-nu₁ [PAN]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

779
upaw

bald on the crown of the head; bald pate

頭頂禿頂upaw [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

780
usuk

pole, post, stake

杆、柱、樁

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

781
usuŋ

carry someone in a litter or by interlacing the hands to form a seat

把某人抱成一窩或雙手交叉成一個座位qusuŋ [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

782
utan

taro when the leaves are not yet open (eaten as a vegetable)

芋頭,當葉子還沒有打開時(作為蔬菜食用)utan [PAN]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

783
utaŋ

debt

債務qutaŋ [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

784
utas

cut something apart, sever something

把某物切開,把某物割斷qutas [PWMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

785
utuk

brain

hutek [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

786
uwiʔ

come or go home

回家還是回家uliq₁ [PMP]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

787
yakal

a tree: Shorea gisok

一棵樹:肖拉yakál [PPH]

Hassan, Ashley and Ashley 1994

788
 
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