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wahwah1transto dip and shake something in water to remove dirt; to rinse somethingIwahwah mu eya kamihitah kud danum ma-lat maulah ida eya dep-ul.Rinse my t-shirt in the water so that the dust will be washed off.7.3.2.6Put iniC1-/iN-Class 3E Move an object directionally
wahwah2vto remove rice seedlings from a seedbed by pulling them upLakkay et mu baddangan hi Megan ni manwahwah di hapnakkan. Go and help Megan in pulling-up the rice seedlings from the seedbeds.7.3.2.8PullmaN-/naN-Class 1C - Types of work
wakalnvineYa wakal hu kapanlekkeh ni ittungun kaellad muyung.Vine is what is used in bundling the firewood that is being taken from the forest.Wada intuttuddun Jesus ni in-alig tu. Kantuy "Hi-gak hu kamei-ellig di makulug ni wakal ey hi Ama hu kamampaptek." There was an example taught by Jesus. He said, “I am the true vine and my Father is the vine keeper.” 1.5.3Grass, herb, vinemawekal
wakaytransto spread things in an areaMu iwekay eya megmeg et kanen idan manuk.Spread this chicken feed so the chickens will eat it.7.3.7.3Spread, smeariC1-/iN-Class 3B Move and release an object
wakgihtrans1to remove by shaking whatever is stuck to one's hands, e.g., water, dirt, mudNan-iwakgih tudda etan nangkeipket ni pitek di ngamay tu.He shook off the mud that was stuck on his hands 7.5.2.4Remove, take apartiC1-/iN-Class 3E Move an object directionally2to sprinkle something on something elseIwakgih yu kuheyaw dad kapan-appisi niya giheb yu tabeda ma-lat umamlengngak ni hamuy da. (Numbers 18:17b) You must sprinkle the blood (of the firstborn of cattle, sheep, or goats) on the altar and burn their fat so that I will be pleased by the smell.iC1-/iN-
waklin1transto set something asideIwaklin mu appit min detag et han kami ngenamung ni menegteg. Put aside our share of the meat and then, it will be up to us to cut it up.Alam etan pa-nay mu et iduyag mu hu lana etan idad pa-nay ni binneh mu. Hedin napnu hu hakey, man iwaklin yud pangil. (2 Kings 4:4c)Get your jar and pour its oil into the jars you have borrowed. When one jar is full, set it aside (with the other full ones).7.5.9PutiC1-/iN-Class 3A Move and position an object at a site2intransto put food and food utensils away after a mealHi-gam hu manwaklin ni kegibbuhan ni ekan ni mahmahdem.You are the one to put away (the food and food utensils) after our meal in the evening.7.5.9PutmaN-/naN-3transto stop or abandon an action or a habitEntan tu i-itteki edum yu, tep inwaklin yudda law humman ni lawah ni elaw et hululan yun kayyaggud. (Colossians 3:9-10a)Do not tell lies to each other, for you have abandoned (lit. set aside) those bad ways and have exchanged them for good ones. 8.4.6.1.2Stop somethingiC1-/iN-
waknagtransto spread out something on a flat surfaceIwaknag yud det-al ida etan yuka iggatang ni balwasi ma-lat ang-angen idan tuu.Spread on the floor those clothes that you are selling so people can see them.7.3Move somethingiC1-/iN-Class 3A Move and position an object at a site
wakwakintransfor a fowl to flap its wingsBeken ni kenkenayun ni kamanwakwakwak hu butbut hedin kamantattayyab.It is not often that the hawk flaps its wings when it is flying.1.6.2.1Parts of a birdmaN-/naN-Class 1A Movement with a manner component
walaktrans1to release somethingIwelak mu eya ahhun singnged mu ma-lat an mangan.Release that dog you are holding so it can go and eat.7.3.4.5Actions of the handiC1-/iN-Class 3B Move and release an object2to release ownership of propertyThe implied meaning here is that the property may be sold to pay off a debt or the property itself is used as the payment of the debt.Inwalak tu etan bineltan tun eteng ni payew tep ya utang tu.He released his inherited big rice-field-property because of his debt.6.8.4.5PayiC1-/iN-3to abandon a traditional custom; to stop following a tradition; to abandon something one believes in, or to end a relationship or commitment to another person or friendInwalak da hu imbangun dan elaw dan baki.They abandoned their traditional religious rituals.Tep hedin eleg tayu iwwalak hu dinel tayun Jesus Christo eman ni laputun nengulugan tayu, ey meilla-kam itsud panyaggudan ni meidwat ni hi-gatu. (Hebrews 3:14)For if we do not abandon our trust in Jesus Christ that we had when we first believed, we will share in all the good things that will be given to him.7.4.5.1Leave somethingiC1-/iN-
wallengtransto abandon; to neglectIwalleng yu hu endi silbitun elaw yu ma-lat maituu kayu. (Proverbs 9:6)Leave/abandon your useless way so that you may live.Heniddan nunman ni katlubbung hu tutu-un mengiwwalleng nan Apu Dios e meendi namnamah da. (Job 8:13)Like reed-plants (that are easily blown over) are the people who abandon God, they have no hope.iC1-/iN-, mengi-/nengi-
walu1adjthe cardinal number eightBinilang kuddan emin hu immalin tuu ey walu nga-mut.I counted all the people that came and they are eight in total.8.1.1.1Cardinal numbers2transto count with the cardinal number eightInwallu tun inggatang etan patut tu.He sold his shoes for eight pesos.Winallu tun gintang etan wahay Mario.He bought Mario's ax for eight pesos.8.1.2CountiC1-/iN-, -en/-in-newalu
walwalvthe light from the sun or moon; for the sun or moon to shineThe word may also refer to spiritual light from God, e.g. a person is given an understanding of God and his Word. Yan eman ni naltuan ni puyek ey engeenget et kan Apu Dios ey “Kaweda kan kawwalwal ey newalwalan.” Hi-gatu metlaing hu heni nanwalwal ni nemnem tayu ma-lat amtaen tayu hu dayaw Apu Dios ni wadan Jesus Christo. (2 Corinthians. 4:6)When the earth was created, it was dark and God said, "You, light, be-created, and the earth was-lightened." He is the very-same (God) who has shone light into our minds so that we might know the glory of God that is in Jesus Christ.ka-, ne- -an, naN-kawwalwal1nanwalwal
wanannthe supporting timber of raftersThe horizontal timber supports the rafters of the roof and where upper tenons of the secondary posts are inserted or mortised.Anin idan edum ni batun intena-pew da, niyadda wanan ni sedar ey nina-ud dan lingkud. (1 Kings 7:11)Even as for those other large stones they placed above and the cedar purlin, they were carefully measured.6.5.2Parts of a building
wanattransto remove something such as firewood or a pot from the fireWanat mudda eman ittungu ma-lat eleg ida mangpuh.Remove that firewood so it doesn't burn up.Ehel mun George et wanaten tu etan banga di apuy tep megihheb hu neiheeng. Tell George to remove the pot from the fire because what's being cooked will be burned.7.5.2.4Remove, take apart-en/-in-Class 4D Release, remove or detach object
wangal1na blanket5.1.1.3Bed2vto use a blanketAggak manwenengngal ni hileng tep maetung.I don't use a blanket (lit. cover myself) during the night because it is warm.Kaw winanglan mu hi agim?Did you cover your brother with a blanket?maN-/naN-, -an/-in- -an
wangwangna riverWada wangwang di bebley mi.There is a river near our barrio.1.3.1.3River
wanitsp. var. ofwannitstato be narrowMahapul ni balkehan mu eya ginallit mu tep ay mawenit.You need to use a woven belt with that skirt because it is narrow.8.2.4.1Narrow
wannan1nthe right side of a human being; right handYa wannan ni ngamay tu hu neliputan ni pingway.It was his right hand that was wounded with a machete.2.1.3.1Arm2vto use the right hand or the right sideYad winannan tu hu inehnengan Peter. It was on his right side where Peter was standing.Winannan tun intudek hu ngadan tu.He wrote his name with his right hand.8.5.2.3Right, leftne-, -en/-in-newannanwinannan
wannitsp. var.wanitstato be narrowNewannit etan sisim ni gintang tu.The metal-roofing that he bought is narrow.8.2.4.1Narrowme-/ne-
wanwantransto shake a tubular container to loosen its powdery content, e.g., shaking lime from appullan containerPan-iwanwan mu eya appullan mu et umibelin kan ekket ni apul di appullan ku.Shake your lime-container and transfer a tiny bit of lime into my lime-container.7.3.1.3ShakeiC1-/iN-Class 3E Move an object directionally
warningvto tell someone of possible harm or danger; to warn someoneHi Noah dama hu hakey ni indeddengel tu hu impanwarning Apu Dios ni hi-gatun mekapkapyallin hakey ni aggew tep ya tuka pengullug. (Hebrews 11:7a)Noah was also one person who listened to God warning him what would happen in the future because of his faith (in God).3.3.3.7WarnLanguage of Borrowing: English
wattangtransto shake somebody’s head in a fight or in anger; to shake a baby strapped at your back because the baby won’t stop cryingNan-iwattang tu ulun agitu tep bimmunget.She shook her brother's head because she was angry.Simwa-net7.3.2Move something in a directioniC1-/iN-Class 3E Move an object directionally
watwattransto distribute somethingThis word is generally used in reference to distributing food.Inwatwatan dakemin ihhidemi et mangan kami.He distributed our viand to us so we ate.Hi Daulayan nengiwatwat ni ihhida.Daulayan was the one who distributed the viand.7.4.4DistributeiC1-/iN-Class 3B Move and release an object
wawahhaysp. var.wawwahayna mosquito species; very largeItsuy di bawang tep pangkellaten dakeyullin wawahhay.Let's go inside because you will be bitten by mosquitoes.genimuk1.6.1.7Insect
wawwahaysp. var. ofwawahhay