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Abu - bamboo

Abu - ashes; abu rukok cigrattes ashes


Abun - cloud
Abok - fertilizer
Adag - chest
Adat - manner / religion
Adeh - ouch!/ Adeh, manih
kuu mun anu boh? (how to
say in english )

Baat - bordCuti - holidDa - allow /Eing


permit
- black substan Ga - dry sandy spot in

Babai -Gran
Cuai - careDaang - wilEkark - bed bug (pijatGajah
)
- elephant
Babang - roChong - a rDan - nameEmoh - hill paddy fiel Gannang - eg, " adeh
Babuao - lost memoryDapod - fo Emmuh - long
Gapang - worry
Babu - mouse
Dari - boy/ Enak - small/ children Garuo - salt
bago - many

Agah - news
Ajian - rain /rainy /raining

Gatang - measureme

Babuk - great grand f Daya - peoEngong - man made sma


Gayuud - shake ( verb
Badang - burn
Dayung - gErit - scar
Gegah - hardworking

Adi/Aji - that
Adod - insect that suck cow
blood
Baduo - ghost
Adop - adopku - myslef,
wang adop ek - leave it as it
is/leave it alone

Das - sweaEngan - empty

Bagaa - big

Daan - tell Erud - boat ( sampan Gegoh - surprise

Dawoyah - Eta - rice not fully co Gemu - fat /chubby

Bah - expression of s De-an - tree


Etak - the beginning pGengoh - loud sound/

Bai - beetle nut


Debe - vigina
Eyak
( female
- bathing
reproductive
place oGenguong
system- )throat
Bak -head
Dedah - typEyung - monkey
Geni - gunny sack
Bakan - (e.g., ndi bakaDedat -fully pack ( van anu mohGeon
dedat- da
happy
daya so rai
Baktuad - knee cap Dedo - gum
Gerumbong - jar
Bak-ous - fringe of the
Dedot
house
- not
compound
stif/ loose
/garden
Gerod - tell some to c
Banang - lower part ofDekuh - cooking rice bottom coveGerong - carry on the

Amba - old / antique


Ambuh - long
An - want, not sure
Andu - day
Angan - proud of
Anu - that one, anu ajih - the
one that
Banduong - toilet
Dengah - luck ( rezeki ) eg. from Gong - hold (or metal
Apih - which one
Bang - a word (bang Dennuu - dragonfly
Goreng - fry
Apid - wild palm ( apid - twin,
epit- wild palm )
Apo - that's why
Apok - kitchen
Apui - fire
Arap - bad

Bat - heavy (cannot u Deoh - type of tree


Giyu - ringworm
Batak - drag roughly Depoh - an old measurement ( de
Gra - sugar
Bara - the group of (baDepu - belong to
Gring - lie down
Baraa - so precious/ bDeras - strong, so many time ( Guguh - hay (paddy)
Barah - food for ghostDero - draw (melukis)/ cupboard Guruu - sit

Aron - inside the house


(diang aron)
Asih - who
Asong - life or feeling

Barom - blue/green Derod - mountain


Barui - end of the worlDewan - to dry up (grain)
Basa - read
Dewon - leaf

Asur - dissolve in liquid


Asuuh - smoke
Atag - handrail of bamboo
bridge
Ati - this: mun ati - like this
Atuh - on top of
Awah - veranda
Awang - alright ( awang ek its alright)
Awus - feeling really awe
about / seeing / trying /
testing something new.
Ayie - big (normally refer to
land)
Ayoh - he/she
Ayoi - big (refer to things)
Ayong - voice
ayuo - pig/pork
Ayun - Swing

Basat - poor
Basi - estimate

Deya - blood
Dian - durian

Batuh - stone/gravel Dinning - wall


Bauh - new

Dip - live; alive; living

Bawaa - not enough kDipoh - snake( snake in bisapug i think sound like this
Bayi - singh man use Diyan - candle

Bayuh - not yet

Diyang - inside or in

Bayuod - one type of eDinggan - friend


Beba - hammer
Bebaa - mouth

Dom - remaining balance / left over


Dudu - sound of thunder

Bebah Duh - grass /weed


Bedok - mucus ( hinguDuud - backbone
Beduk - one type of l Duwoh - two
Betuk - ikan puyu
Dingieh - hear/ listen
Betur - correct
Dingah - listen( not bisapug word i think )
Beyit - left
Begoo - many
Beguk - a kind of bird
Bekai - foot ( in rough way when parents scold their children eg.. miak beka
Bekae - quarrel/ fighting
Bekan - slam
Bekap - blind
Benan - woman getting married
Benang - thread
Bengam - deaf; wholly or partly unable to hear; refusing to listen
Bengan-Stool
Beniea - grain
Benoh - husband
Benok - heavy, use only for human
Benyih - bee
Benyis - sweet ( taste )
Beras - rice
Berong - body/ round
Beri - hut

Beruh - overcook vegetable


Berut - wraper (berut tein/tengan/tewan)
Betangan - long house (ramin betangan)
Betah - able / break; fall into pieces
Betak - slave
Betar - bank of a pond.
Betias -
Betoh - eye
Betoh andu - sun
Betos - bundle
Betur - correct / true
Beuh - eagle
Bidedog - people jostle in a crowded place/room/house/bus/car etc.
Biing - prawn paste
Biis - black
Bigadag - skin disease
Bijabuh - shraded
Bikangui - mating ( an act of intercourse for animals.eg. dogs, cats, pigs , e
Birumbea - washing clothes
Bisig - very clean
Bisuoh - full (stomach)
Biganding - ear disease(ganding - ear disease )
Biramoh - farming
Biteya - gardening
Bigirie - wrestling
Bipukut - fist fighting
Birieh - red
Bisambi - exchange
Bisukan - when into hiding
Bitang - star
Bitanding - compete
Bkru - big needle to stitch a fuul gunny sack or to make holes on something
Bo - lighted wood
Bobort - gigi taring
Boh - kayoh boh - No! expression of a strong denial or agreement
Bon - never
Brit - face full of dirt
Braad - a ring made of weiving rattan or bamboo for parang sleeve
Brabun - cloudy
Bradell - uggly type of bigfoot ( jin )
Bragan - get injured
Bragak - Show off/ challenge for the best
Braring - rolling
Bra-ie - sad / emotional

Branu' - they
Brasuh - smokie / totally lost all money in a gamble
Brasuun - poisonous / someonewho havebad black magic
Bramang - mating ( act of sexualreproduction for animals )
Brayua - make freind with someone/ together
Bremang - butterfly
Bererang - Merantau
Breyda - tyre tube
Bringiet - take turn
Brubi - play (esp referring to children)
Brukenin - eyebrow
Bruman - eating together in a group
Brurang - leather
Brumun - alike, the same
Brumba - competting
Brusuar - slip
Bruu - bamboo
Bruus /Barah- uncontrolable eating manner
Bu - ran away/go away/divorce
Buh - Eagle
Buh - smelly
Buun - esom buun
Bran - moon / months
Bua - fruit / recover from illness
Buang - bear / cage
B-ai - crocodile or eat too much
Buo - luck just bypass you / an event that did not materialised because of b
Buok - hair
Buo-ok - finish
Bong - string
Bos - sleep (Buus -biatah version; Boos - jagoi/singgai version)
Brah - awake
Bran(Bran) - moon
Btah - break
Btan - coconut
Bson - farm house

a - dry sandy spot in the middleJaor- lets


side of Kabis
a stream
- carry on your Ma-at - go Na - put

ajah - elephant
Jagung - coKabuo - finish it off ( Maad- go uNakit - careful
annang - eg, " adeh ar gannan Jah-ek - long
Kado
time
- who
ago=
knows
jeman
(kaMadd
jah, perad
- rolljah
Nam
= before
- answer
( in the past )
apang - worry
Jakak - to tKadis -grasshopper Madat - to p
Nambah - add
aruo - salt
Jam - watchKagah - tell many peoMadis - rel Nammun - add more wo

atang - measurement of capacitJarang - se Kaduong - tell a lie

Madod - num
Nang - scould, sing a

ayuud - shake ( verb )


Jannu' - ov Kakoh - don't want
Mak - play Napod - find / found
egah - hardworking/ always move
Japih - wheKakak - elder brother o
Man - eat Napar - slap

egoh - surprise

Jawat - shadow
Kan -orsilhouette
referring to somMangah - aNapih - how

emu - fat /chubby

engoh - loud sound/bang

Jea - there Kanuk - move away / g


Mannih - wNapus - blow out thin
Mamn - like prekis
Jekad - ai kapih - where
Mamau - alw
Nasog - arrive

enguong - throat
eni - gunny sack
eon - happy
erumbong - jar
erod - tell some to continue wi
erong - carry on the shoulder

Jemuh - sarKar - crave for somethMamuh - ba


Ndai - do
Jenjang - wa
Kasah - rottan mat
Maie - eighNdak-ndak - left uncov
Jepua - shi Kayak - lead / carry Mang - piecNdang - prawn/lobster
Jera - dif Kayok - No
Manggah - Ndi - one
Jerat - trapKebang - fruit skin (waManuk - birNditriek - for a while/
Jeroh - slip Kebos - die
Manuk Sewa
Nean - referring to nu

ong - hold (or metal plate that Jewaa - lighKedog - follow the tra Mara - alw Nebuk - make a hole
oreng - fry
Jewi - face Kedok - smell
Maraa - tir Nedak - chase / run af

iyu - ringworm
ra - sugar
ring - lie down
uguh - hay (paddy)
uruu - sit

Jewoh - man
Keduk - play with
Masa - tim Negah - naughty
Jipoh - teetKeis - dirty
Mbas - to drop
Nekudown
- steal
a passenger
Jom - stick Kemban - single ply wMedat - alliNembu - pour hot wat
Ju - fish t Kembot - forget / forg Medud - colNetab - clear land of g
Jujor - honeKenang - back side / bMeduk - hitNetad - chop ( meat )
Keniak - Kutil, Ketuat
Jukat - juk Kerarg - scracth, smalMembas - bu
Netaw - laugh
Juo - far
kepa - armpit
Menang - wNetod - follow the pat
Jura - tong Keping - ear
Mendam - h
Netoh - cut into small
Menir - Abscess, Ketuat mata

think sound like this: jipoh )

Jerak - bar kepog - cut


Jurud - relaKerom - dark

Menog - coNetok fall on


Menyap - mi
Ngangos - eat food/ me

Ju-uk - sev Kesuong - dog

Meraa - yo Ngajat - tradisional d

Juu - juice/ Keta - us


Juwa (Jwa) K
- ewi - shoulder
Juwah - basKian - fish

Merot - go Ngakut - bring all/ br


Nganm - pengsan
Merit - cur Ngan - bring someone
Merui - turnNgan - to

Jangan - li Kijat - lightning

Merun - rolNgarang - collect, nga

Kijiet- pinch

Mesom - soNgasa - ritual to heal

Kinyam - feel
Kiriek - slaughter

Metak - to Ngasaa - to sharpen


Meting - NoNgasang - disturb pe

Kiris - see with silenceMetuud - k Ngaso - disturb


Kisah (Kayok sah) - n Mijah - yesNgatan - spread evenl
Kiyang /kuduh - How Mipis - sweNganyet- to cut with
Krah - ungrinded grai Misis - fish Ngawu - feel unwell ,
Kreman - cloudy
Mit - take Ngeais - press hard o
Krik - small and low Mitia - ask Ngebot - lock
Krit - skin / tree bark Mi-aye - w Ngein - give

dren eg.. miak bekai mu sibayuh merot ar Kuan- jug/teapot


Kubab - backside
Kubuoi - intestine
Kurap - skin disease
Kurus - thin
Kusi - key
Kuoi - tail

Mo - really Ngejua' - unstabble b


Moh - already
Ngepid - hold /stay cl
Mrang - craNgeran - provide a liv
pMrupat - j Ngesarg - to cut clea
Mudar - sicNgesengan - lazy and
Mudas - swNgetag - term for baby
Mudiek - g Ngetom - harvest

Kuruom - rinse
Mun - just iNgiea' - see! ( ngiea'
Ku - hash (ruam panasMuun - go Ngied - pack food
Ku-u - you
Munduow -Nguan - stay by someone / keep wat
Kuut - bite
Muong - tieNgut - small bite ( salt )
Mura - baby
Ngruja - spit / spitting
Mutah (Mtah
Ng'son - baju lembab, not fully dry(
Mu-ung - bNyatiak - tasting food with our finger
Munyang ( Nguruk-gather
m

bus/car etc.

. dogs, cats, pigs , etc)

holes on something

greement

rang sleeve

Nguta - vomiting
Nien - choose
Nitis - make a path through long gras
Nom - six
Nuan - burning of cleared land for fa
Nukut - collect something from waste
Nung - nose
Nuok - drink
Nuparp - clap hand ( nuparp tengan
Nura - facing
Nurak - push
Nurap - cover with another layer or c
Nuris - write
Nuruk - a process of making holes us
Nyaduh - console
Nyadung - serve a drink (more of alc
Nyadung - visiting in a group
Nyam - feel like
Nyamba - elderly
Nyambi - exchange
Nyebu - weeding
Nyabia-to slash with sharp weapon
Nyebot - tell/say
Nyepian - slice (of wood)
Nyesa' - drop by for a while
Nyesar - regret
Nyesar - illegal expansion of land int
Nyesog - try your best to come/ to do
Nyewa - rent
Nyibenyis - sweet
Nyidi - cut open
Nyigurak -boiling
Nyikon - keep
Nyinaw - stare at/look closely
Nyugu - make donation
Nyuut - make something worse
Nyumat - warm water

Nyusud - narrate/write/describe acco

ialised because of being disturb / seen/ or talk about.

Pa - beetle nut with ? lRa - about Sa - so that

Ta - vomit (Umur
Ngeta- age
- Vomitting/Verb )

Padak - wet paddy fielRad - wing Sa (sa ek) okay / alright / soTabun - logUrah - behaviour
Padat - fully pack
Radah - bli Sadi - alone
Takonn - a Usud - family tree
Pah - wage or price ofRadong - on
Sama - father
Tan - stop Usur - the origin of
Pa-id - to smoothen (oRaga - basksamah - share
Tang - did (manih tang mun anu? - why di
Pajung - a thing (ston Ragan - ch Sanggur - bun; hair twisted Tau - know how to do

Pak - top of 4'by4 wo Rais - long Sak


bamboo
- sound
stick
like
used for weaving
Taram
sago
- tray;
leafflat
to make
utensilroof
on which
sheet small a
Pak - however
Rakak - gr Saker - cup / mug
Taruh - three
Pan - short bamboo pipe
Ramin - hoSangar - small structure builTas -teak

Panah - catapult

Rangass - aSangon - nice character/loo Taut - fishing rod

Pnu - go to / make a Rangit - gillSarah -badly; wrongly

Tawa - chase

Pas - squirrel
Ranggah - Sarai - grill; grilled food
Tieia - here it is
Pas - touch food as a Ranning' - Sat - loose
Tebah - preserve food
Pasip - sharpen the end
Ranyi'
of wood,
- bi Sat
stick
- instruction
or bamboo
to a perso Tebah bagag - preserve fruit ( bua peyan
Pasuu - regret feeling/Rason - of Sawit - spread ( disease ) Tebah dian - preserve fruit ( bua dian )
Pat - four
Rasun - poiSawo - really (sawo goh; agrTebah kian - preserve fish
Patok - tatoo/ stick m Ratai - a f Sawon - sound( bisapug word
Teban
for sound
- bringisalong
gengoh or ayong )
Pean - feed (animal)/aRatey - chaSayung - shade
Pedah - sunburn
Rating - rafSeba - downstream

Tebiing - river bank


Tebos - shallow

Pedi - paddy
Rau - roof Sebia' - stump of bamboo tre
Tebon - the end of
Peduung - napkin/ lamReang - solSedu' - hick up
Tebung - on top of
Pegung - big fish pondRebu - fall Segan - downstair / down thTedah - pity/poor her/him
Peit - bitter
Rebus - boiSemba - unlce or untie who Tedang-corpse
i
Pekan - a round can cover
Redawhich
- realSembu
we make
- on
different
top
size of holes
Terang-bright
using nail, pull a long sliced rattan th

Penat - tightly woven Rebaa - cutSambuh - boastful


Tedo - anything (Tedo-tedo ek - anything w
Pending - cheek
Rebis - oveSemerah - hot; producing a Tedoh - left over
Pennas - food ( lauk ) Rega - dry Seat - waste
Tegog - knee

Penyarn - window
Peras - hot

Rengiess - Seking - little finger


Teid - inside part of rattan
Rengu - bigSenapang - gun weapon that
Tein - stomach

Pert - small ( bisapug Reon - facial


Sendu
expression
- day time

Teka - spider

Pesid - navel

Tengid - hang

Re-oo - staSeng - zinc

Peta - broken; fractur Remuh - ruSeeng -cut (of red meat)


Petod - cut off / break Renguh - s Segan - below

Tepon - Telephone (Pris version)


Tenju - open verandah extension

Petok - rubber

Rengod - dSegan - drop down hard

Tepang- cuddle

Pidia - salty

Renjog - st Senjang - pant ( Sinyang ) Tenggan - hand

Pih - where is
Piin - water

Reppa - unsSenuh - someone unknown Tenggon - straight


Reson - orcSeon - sucessfully get someTengon - tree

Pimoh - dream
Resuak- anSeon - can
Tenyom - big type of clam in a muddy fres
Pisis - fishing rod
Reuaw - rooSeon - just like what someo Temi - unknown newcommer/stranger
Poh - grind
Rii - medic Sepia' -thigh
Temu - turmeric (plant of the ginger famil
Porm - bisapug word fo
Rigang - cru
Seri - nest
Teod - tree stump
Pot - can food ( eg. p Rimoh - fivSewaa - year
tepat - joke
Pra - baby
Ringawat - Sewan - man getting marrieTepis - avoid
Pra - light off / fire dose
Ritia
off- soft Sewu - burn ( hanggus )
Teran - throw

Pra - palm (inner surface


R'miss
of hand/
- smSiap
foot)
- hen/chicken, siap kuuTerik - pull
Pramin - build a houseRuai - verySibakak - funnel
Terik - strong water current / equal cohesi
Pra-o - behave
Rubang - hSidungan - graveyard
Tering - a species of bamboo that is hard,
Preka - clothes/ timbeRubi - a pl Seien - cry
Teris - string
Prekis-Big Abscess
Priee - nine
Ruja - salivSiet - miss/ didnt hit the tar Teraga - well; shaft dug or drilled to obtain
Puan - know
Rurar - canSibusuo - bigfoot
Teron - swallow
Punggu - hill
Sibayuh - before
Terop - deep

Pupung - muscle
Sibayuh anu - before that Teru - afraid / scared
Pupong - tpye of bird
Sigat - fast (sigat o - go fastTeruun/tuaan - jungle
y by someone / keep watch of someone / s Sin - flesh
Tetad - meat after being cut into bigger pe
bite ( salt )
Sinjang - pants
Tetak - tare off, koyak
/ spitting
Sinjang putuong - underwarTeuh - right side
u lembab, not fully dry( Cloth)
Sikason - the last person / Tewan - injury causing cut on skin
sting food with our finger tip
Skidaduh - run
Teya - farm
Smong - ten
Teyung - great grand mother

Singangie - shadow
Tia - later , kayok tia - dont do that again
Singarom - night time
Tiban - door ( Tuban - bisapug, tiban - biat
a path through long grass/shrub using pa Singau - cat
Tibera - thunder
Sigaut - in a hurry
Tibeyan - bamboo bridge
ng of cleared land for farming (especially Sigot
for planting
- too tight
paddy)
Tikidok - ticklist
ect something from wasted or dump erea Sino - mother / big
Ting - at
Sinok - near
Timbu - grow
Sipagi - tomorrow
Timurib - attract big crowd
p hand ( nuparp tengan ) to kill flies or moSikaduh - run
Tiperak -ricochet
Sikak - tripping / miss step Titiak - lizard
Siriet - leak
Tikuruk - gathered
er with another layer or clothes
Siroh - finger/toe nail
Tmun - cucumber
Sit - last or small ( Are you sure
Tiyung
its a
- Brinjal
bisapug word? I dont think so )
ocess of making holes using long sharpened
Siya - yellow
Tod - send
Skuang - galah, leaf type o Tok - at
erve a drink (more of alcohol)
skuh - elbow / corner/ gran Tok - true (tok sawo goh - really true)
isiting in a group
Skuk - mangoestine
Tok-tok - really
Snadonn - meanwhile ( snadTrang - bone or salutation to address som
Sraka - chin
Trang sesah - rib bone
Sreja - porcupine
Tresey - nicely done, tresey aku miris kien
Stebung - jump into the riveTretap - floor material made of bamboo
ash with sharp weapon
Stenah - slow
Trinju - index finger
Subang - ear ring, ledder st Tuaes - niddle, wipe
ce (of wood)
Sujuo - upstream
Tubi - rice
p by for a while
Skaan - hide
Tuga - heel
Sukap/Sekap - junction
Tui - long wait
gal expansion of land into neighboring lan Sukap - of wooden/bamboo Tukap
st
- pluck
your best to come/ to do something
Sukud - walking stick
Tumiss - necklace
Sukuk - grandchild/grandchiTunguoh - staircase
Sumat - sand
Turuoi - penis ( male reproductive system
Sumuk/Smuk - grand motheTuwa - uncle / auntie (younger brother or
sun - collect
Tuwak - rice wine
Sungie - river
Tuwas - angry/unhappy
re at/look closely
supah-curse
ke donation
Sura - sunshine /bright shiny day
e something worse
Surak - lift up ( of dress/shirt)
arm water
Surud - subside(flood)piin moh surud-flood subsides
Suwab - Owl
rrate/write/describe according to sequenceSuwat - fruit flower

mur - age

Wang - firewood

Zip - zip

rah - behaviour
Wang - (wang adop ek) -leave it/Zoo - zoo
sud - family tree
Wat - root
sur - the origin of Wii - rottan
manih tang mun anu? - why did you do that)

; flat utensil on which small articles are placed for carrying

erve food
g - preserve fruit ( bua peyang )
preserve fruit ( bua dian )
preserve fish

poor her/him

ing (Tedo-tedo ek - anything will do)

part of rattan

phone (Pris version)


verandah extension

g type of clam in a muddy fresh water pond or drain


own newcommer/stranger
eric (plant of the ginger family; its powdered yellow root used as spice)

g water current / equal cohesive pull strength from both opposite end
ecies of bamboo that is hard,lasting and srtong. In olden days for making longhouses

l; shaft dug or drilled to obtain water

t after being cut into bigger peices


off, koyak

ry causing cut on skin

at grand mother

kayok tia - dont do that again


( Tuban - bisapug, tiban - biatah )

mboo bridge

ract big crowd

ok sawo goh - really true)

or salutation to address someone who has died


- rib bone
ely done, tresey aku miris kien - i think i better, tresey adop noh !- dont be like that/ u better be good or!
r material made of bamboo

s ( male reproductive system )


/ auntie (younger brother or sister of ourparent)

ry/unhappy

ood subsides

etter be good or!

Disalin, disunting dan disusun semula.


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