Vernacular - English


gigitnwireLakkay et mu likuhen eman gigit.Go and coil that wire.Syngadeng 16.7.5Fastening tool
gihangna water overflow passage in a rice field; a spillway6. rice
gihebprocto burn; to be burning or burnedNegiheb hu inhaeng mun gaga.The rice that you cooked is burned.Ginibbuh Solomon ni nandasal ey wada immalin apuy ni nalpud kabunyan et giheben tudda neiappit. (2 Chronicles 7:1a)Solomon finished praying and fire came from the sky and burned the sacrifices.Kamangkegihheb etan kapan-ihhanglag Gina ni gahhilang.The corn that Gina is frying is burning.Simgiing5.5.4Burnme-/ne-, kamangke-Class 6B Process or state of inanimate objectskagihheba
gihhudintransto limp, usually the limp is caused by one leg being shorter than the otherThe difference in the length of the legs can be congenital (born with the difference) or due to an injury.Kamanggihhud hi Helen tep ansikkuy hu hakey ni heli tu.Helen is limping because one of her legs is shorter than the other.Simgi-hekpi-lu7.2.1.5Walk with difficultymaN-/naN-Class 1A Movement with a manner component
gihingna net trap or snare6.4.2Trap
gihutstato be smaller at one end than the other end, e.g., bamboo tubeNegihut hu bengwah etan kaweyan ni tubung nem nebungag di bengwah tu.One end of the bamboo tube is smaller but the other end is bigger.Simbungag18.2.7Fit, sizeme-/ne-Class 6B Process or state of inanimate objects
giingsp. be burning or burnedNegiing hu inhaeng mun gaga.The rice that you cooked is burned.Kamangkegi-ing etan kapan-ihhanglag Gina ni gahhilang.The corn that Gina is frying is burning.Simgiheb5.5.4Burnme-/ne-, kamangke-Class 6B Process or state of inanimate objects
gikdatransto finish something, especially used regarding farm workIggikda da na-mun nunya hu begay di payew Robyn.They will probably finish rice planting at Robyn’s rice-field today.Simtekla16., finishiC1-/iN-Time adverbial predicates
gikedvthe supply of rice does not diminish; the supply of rice is not consumedThis is believed to be due to sacrifices at harvest time.Gimmikeg hu pagey dan nunya.Their rice became difficult to be consumed today.Kaumgiked kunu hu pagey hedin hehngaen ni killum ni ahiani.The rice will be difficult to consume if you sacrifice pigs during the harvest season.Aggak kullugan humman hu kagikedin pagey.I don't believe that is the reason why the rice will be difficult to be consumed.4.9.5Practice religion
gikna1vto sense or feel something; to perceiveEndi nak giniknan makaggeh ni kaalman.I didn’t feel any pain yesterday.Impatnan David ni inhuklub ma-lat giknaen tu hedin inna-nu tu tep endi tu nan-usalan ni hanniman. (1 Samuel 17:38)David tried to put on (the armor) so that he could feel what it is like because he had never used anything like that before.Nakka pakaggiknaa hu atung ni petang di deya tep metengnin di bebley.I feel very much the heat of the sun here because it is cool in our place.Simgibeklikna3.2.3Know-en/-in-Class 4E Perception and cognition2procto be sickGimmikna hi Indungdung et humman eleg tu peki-lian.Indungdung got sick and that is why she did not come along.2.5.1Sickum-/-imm-
gikuystacrippled because of an arm or leg deformityHini-yan di Jesus humman ni bebley et lumaw ida etan di hakey ni simbaan ey wadadman hu tuun negikuy ngamay tu. (Matthew 12:10a)Jesus left that village and went to a synagogue and there was a man with a deformed arm there.2.5.4Disabledne-
gilangna spillway cut into the dike of each rice paddy for water to flow from one to the otherHablal mu la gihang et eleg matduk hu danum. Block the spillway so that the water will not dry up.6.2.4Tend a field
gilatvto be warned of danger or evil by past events or experiencesNegilat kami tep dimmegeh hu egeh min nengannan min detag ni makwah et eleg mi law kenna.We were warned because we had stomach pain when we previously ate venison so we do not eat it anymore.Ya lawah ni hinenipdaan idan ammed min nunman hu mika kegillasin mengehhing ni bahut ni pitpit.It is the bad experiences that our ancestors had in the past that warn us not to disregard the omen bird’s bad call.
gilig1nthe edge of something; the shore of a body of waterWada inang-ang min dakel ni bangka di gilig ni baybay.We saw many boats at the edge of the ocean.8.5.5Spatial relations
gilig2intransto be the last in a sequence of people or thingsHi-gak hu nanggillig ni dimmateng di baley da.I was the last one to arrive at their house.Impanggillig kun intu-dak hi Tomas di Attaban.I made Tomas to be the last one to go to Attaban., sequencemaN-/naN-Class 1C General class
gilingtransto pound or grind something into a coarse powder form, e.g., coffee, rice, cornThis is often done by pounding the substance in a mortar with a pestle. Giniling tu kapih di gillingngan yu.He ground the coffee in your grinder.Ya-ya yu hedin negibbuh ni giniling yu hu kapih ma-lat meappil ida etan nepinu.Sieve the coffee after you have pounded it so that the fine ones will be separated.Giling yu hu gahhilang et han yu imegmeg idan manuk.Grind (pound) the corn before you feed it to the chickens.7.7.6Grind-en/-in-Class 4A Changes the structure of an objectgillingngan
gillaytransto scramble to get a share of the ritually offered animal meat at a death ritualThere are people who are entitled to have a share of the sacrificed meat during the traditional protocol of sharing meat with the death ritual. However, a family may make a decision to allow scrambling for the meat rather than following the traditional protocol. In the case of such a decision, this type of sharing is implemented and supervised by the shamans involved in the ritual. However, sometimes it results in a fight among the people scrambling to get a piece of the meat.Inggillay da hu detag ni newang ni danglih ama.The people scrambled to get the carabao meat at my father’s death-ritual-ceremony.Simgunnut4.9.5.5Offering, sacrificeiC1-/iN-Manner Adverbial Predicates
gillingnganInf. ofgilingna place for grinding grain6.2.6.2Mill grain
gima1na notch in wood2transto cut a notch or make a nick in woodGinimaan Roger etan hulkud Nigel et iketan tun linubid etan di gima.Roger cut a notch on Nigel's cane and tied a rope around the notch.Ehel mun Daniel et gimaan tu nanlinikweh di kapengitngedi etan di bakdung ni bola.Tell Daniel to make a notch around the handle of the softball bat.7.8.3Cut-an/-in- -an
gimpuntrans1to arrange or put things awayIgimpun mudda eya papil di lamesaan et eleg mangkaiwehit.Put away those papers on the table so they won't become scattered.Hi ina nengigimpun ida eyan babalwasi yu.Mother was the one who put away your clothing. asideiC1-/iN-Class 3A Move and position an object at a site2to save money by putting it awayIgimpun mudda eya pihhu ma-lat kaddiweh mun ellan hedin mahapul mu.Put away this money so it is easy for you to get when you need it. iC1-/iN-
gimuktransto break something into small pieces by hand or cut something with a tool into small piecesGinimuk idan u-ungnga hu piihing ni ihhaeng ni ihhida.The children have broken the taro-leaves into pieces to be cooked as viand.7.8.3Cut-en/-in-Class 4A Changes the structure of an object
ginallitnnative woven skirtYadda tuud Banawe kamengi-i-lin binuhlan niya ginallit di deya.The people from Banawe are the ones bringing Ifugao loincloths and Ifugao native skirts here.5.3.2Women's clothing
ginatintransfor a tooth to ache; toothacheGimminat hu hakey ni galgal ni ngipen ku.One of my molar-teeth (lit. chewing teeth) was aching. 2C Physiological functions
gingana snail speciesNebutgian hu siniplagan tun ginga.The snails that he wrapped were opened. from animals
ginghutransto break somethingThe breaking can be intentional, accidental or brought about by natural causes.Neginghu etan paul ni indawat mu.The reed that you gave me is broken.Panginghum mu ida eya ekka-ket ni panga ni keyew et pangganatan tayu.Break off some of these small tree branches so we can use them for kindling.Simgeplunggi-punghepung7.8.1Break-en/-in-Class 4A Changes the structure of an object