J - Word List

ja'

English: let's
Bahasa Malaysia: mari


ja' to' ma'ad

English: Let's go home
Bahasa Malaysia: Mari pulang


ja' to' odi

English: Let's go
Bahasa Malaysia: Mari lah


ja'at

English: ugly
Bahasa Malaysia: hodoh


ja'at poda'

English: very ugly
Bahasa Malaysia: sangat hodoh


jagar

English: a rattan basket for carrying as a backpack - Unlike the jumbuo’ which is woven nice and tight, the jagar is less ornate for everyday use.
Bahasa Malaysia: tambok rotan kasar


Jagoi

English: a dialect of Bidayuh in Bau
Bahasa Malaysia: dialek Bidayuh di Bau


jagow

English: tall
Bahasa Malaysia: tinggi


jagow kirosow

English: very tall
Bahasa Malaysia: sangat tinggi


jagump

English: a corn
Bahasa Malaysia: jagung


jaliek

English: sticky or gooey
Bahasa Malaysia: melekit


jaliek posiak

English: extremely gooey or sticky
Bahasa Malaysia: sangat melekit


jalink

English: a gill net
Bahasa Malaysia: jaring


jambu'

English: a guava
Bahasa Malaysia: jambu batu


janang

English: a main beam of a house
Bahasa Malaysia: alang rumah


jangan

English: light weight
Bahasa Malaysia: ringan


jangan atienk

English: extremely light
Bahasa Malaysia: sangat ringan


japuo

English: a sarong
Bahasa Malaysia: kain sarong


jaul

English: a short fishing line on a pole
Bahasa Malaysia: pancing pendek


jawa'

English: bright
Bahasa Malaysia: terang


jawa' bulant

English: moon light
Bahasa Malaysia: sinaran bulan


jawont

English: to ignite
Bahasa Malaysia: menyala


ja’ oto’ birituong

English: Let’s have a discussion
Bahasa Malaysia: Mari berbincang


ji'it

English: a stitch
Bahasa Malaysia: jahitan


Jipont

English: A Japanese
Bahasa Malaysia: Orang Jepun


jipont

English: a tooth
Bahasa Malaysia: gigi


jobient

English: to hack
Bahasa Malaysia: menyayat


jobonk

English: to long for
Bahasa Malaysia: rindu


joja

English: measure of house size - One joja will have a roof the length of one aos or approximately six feet.
Bahasa Malaysia: sukatan rumah


jojak

English: a piece of land planted with fruit trees or other crops or a name of a tree
Bahasa Malaysia: tanah kebun atau nama pokok


jojok

English: measure by feet


jok komun eh

English: indeed
Bahasa Malaysia: memang


jok konyam

English: old habit
Bahasa Malaysia: sudah tabiat


jombow

English: big machete
Bahasa Malaysia: parang besar


jomiek

English: damp
Bahasa Malaysia: basah


jomiek apiek

English: very damp
Bahasa Malaysia: sangat basah


jomuh

English: a sarong usually worn like a skirt by womenfolk
Bahasa Malaysia: kain sarong besar untuk wanita


jook

English: had enough
Bahasa Malaysia: serik


jora'

English: a tongue
Bahasa Malaysia: lidah


jora' (adjective)

English: difficult
Bahasa Malaysia: sukar


jorak

English: a deer
Bahasa Malaysia: kijang


jorink

English: a leguminosae tree called the archidendron jiringa
Bahasa Malaysia: jering


jotu'

English: rubber - /d͡ʒɔtᴜʔ/
Bahasa Malaysia: getah


jowint

English: a face
Bahasa Malaysia: muka


jowint iyoh koda' oyunk

English: His face is like a monkey's face
Bahasa Malaysia: Muka dia macam beruk


ju'

English: seven
Bahasa Malaysia: tujuh


jugant

English: to pass
Bahasa Malaysia: hantar


jukut

English: overgrown with weeds - /d͡ʒᴜkᴜt/ Opposite of tawas or all cleared
Bahasa Malaysia: penuh dengan semak samun


jukut morit

English: extremely overgrown with weeds
Bahasa Malaysia: sangat penuh dengan semak samun


julah

English: just as
Bahasa Malaysia: baru sahaja


julah ye' nai

English: just about to start
Bahasa Malaysia: baru nak mula buat


jumbuo'

English: a rattan backpack - /d͡ʒᴜmbᴜɔʔ/ This carrying basket is a familiar Bidayuh weaving which comes in various sizes and patterns. Some are very decorative and only used for important functions or rituals. It is often sold at souvenir in Malaysia.’
Bahasa Malaysia: tambok


jumbuo' pingutuomp

English: a rattan backpack for harvesting padi
Bahasa Malaysia: tambok menuai


jumbuo’ piminie’

English: a small rattan backpack - /d͡ʒᴜmbᴜɔʔ pɪmɪnɪɛʔ/ As its name suggest in Bidayuh, the jumbuo’ is used to carry seeds for planting. Boys also often used it to keep stones for their slingshots.
Bahasa Malaysia: tambok kecil


jumieh

English: dew
Bahasa Malaysia: embun


juo'

English: far
Bahasa Malaysia: jauh


jurak

English: bubble
Bahasa Malaysia: buih


jut

English: an onomatopoeia for the action of pulling a rope
Bahasa Malaysia: perkataan menunjukan tarikan sedang di buat


juu'

English: soup
Bahasa Malaysia: sup


juwah

English: a big rattan backpack or jumbuo'
Bahasa Malaysia: bakul rotan besar