Sunday, May 2, 2021

Ulih-ulih

Ulih-ulih (pronounce as U-lih U-lih) is a verb for too much / too hard as in action / seriousness. It is used to tell someone or explain someone's actions that is too hard or too much. It is not related to quantity but intensity. 

Example: 

Ma' Ulih-ulih = don't be too hard
Ma' kaso skia ulih-ulih = Don't disturb too much / too hard 
Ulih-ulih geh mun yoh kaliah tana' noh = He seems trying too hard digging the earth 
Ma' mosut skia ulih-ulih = Don't whip too hard 
Ma' malah skia ulih-ulih tudu yoh = Don't get angry too much at him / her (see picture below)
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Thursday, April 22, 2021

Sibitien

Sibitien (pronounce as Si-bi-tien) is a verb for act of dispute over something either verbally or physically such as snatch something from each other or verbally saying it's hers / his. The illustration below exactly picture the act of dispute "Sibitien" physically.

Example:

Sibitien nikoduk = Dispute over a toy



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Wednesday, April 21, 2021

Ko'is

Ko'is (pronounce as Ko-is) is an adjective for dirty. The superlative for ko'is is kobos (dead) which make the word Ko'is kobos which means dead dirty (really really dirty). 

Example: Pi'in ko'is = Dirty water 

The opposite of ko'is is bisigg




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Wednesday, April 14, 2021

Kuyong

Kuyong (pronounce as Ku-yong) is a noun for lipstick


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Sinuod

Sinuod (pronounce as Si-nuod) is a noun for comb. This is one of the near extinct word that almost forgotten by the Bijagoi younger generations because they rarely use it.
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Sunday, April 11, 2021

Bidou

Bidou (pronounce as Bi-dou) is a noun for deceased (dead person).
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Lipuong

Lipuong (pronounce as Li-puong) is an adjective to describe the feeling of wanting something but passively express jealousy / envious in a positive manner (Appetitely envious / jealous) 

Example: 

Lipuong nyam ku' ninga' nya'a man asuom noh = I feel jealous / envious (wanting to eat like them) looking at those guys eating sour mangos. 

This is not a negative expression and someone could directly face the person to say in their face about how they feel. 



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