Sunday, November 14, 2021

Sikotiep

Sikotiep (pronounce as Si-ko-tiep) - is a noun for tong. In the past usually made from bamboo but in modern days metal is being used




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Saturday, October 16, 2021

Tutuk

Tutuk (pronounce as Tu-tuk) - is an adjective for leaking due to cracks, holes, gaps which allow water / air to pass through.


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Saturday, September 18, 2021

Kilik

Kilik (pronounce as Kee-lick) is a noun for small bird cage or small chicken cage as shown in the picture below.




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Sunday, August 29, 2021

Bidoong

Bidoong (pronounce as Bido-oong) is an adjective to describe continuous loud noise sound - for example a continuous loud sound from motorbike exhaust.

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Bungan

Bungan (pronounce as Bu-ngan) is a noun for roof top



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Sunday, June 20, 2021

Gimagal

Gimagal (pronounce as Gi-magal) is an adjective for vibrating / shaking impact as a result of hard knock by hammer or heavy objects. 


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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 (over reaction). 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 soil
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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