O - Word List

obas

English: season is over
Bahasa Malaysia: habis


obot

English: a lock
Bahasa Malaysia: kunci


obow

English: has cooled down
Bahasa Malaysia: sudah suam


obus

English: a mist
Bahasa Malaysia: kabus


obut

English: an island of trees in a secondary forest left fallow for a number of years before it is made into a swidden again for planting hill paddy
Bahasa Malaysia: tanah simpanan untuk penanaman padi bukit


odi kalik bilanja

English: to go and earn some money
Bahasa Malaysia: pergi cari wang


odop

English: self
Bahasa Malaysia: diri sendiri


odop ku'

English: me, myself
Bahasa Malaysia: diri saya sendiri


oduo'

English: rotten
Bahasa Malaysia: burok


ogi'

English: to have
Bahasa Malaysia: ada, punya


ogi' so'ont mu'u neh?

English: did you catch anything?
Bahasa Malaysia: ada hasil tak?


ogi' ye?

English: do you have it?
Bahasa Malaysia: ada kah?


oguonk

English: a large gong - This is part of an ensemble of the Bidayuh gong music. There are usually two oguonks in an ensemble but sometimes there are three.
Bahasa Malaysia: gong


okont

English: different
Bahasa Malaysia: lain


oku'

English: I, me
Bahasa Malaysia: saya, aku


Oku' jobonk de' mu'u

English: I miss you
Bahasa Malaysia: Aku merindui mu


oku' pirai

English: I am hungry
Bahasa Malaysia: Saya lapar


olant

English: a road
Bahasa Malaysia: jalan


omba

English: old
Bahasa Malaysia: tua


ombu

English: long
Bahasa Malaysia: panjang


ombunk

English: a measuring basket used for barter trading - The ombunk is the biggest measuring basket of the Bidayuhs whereas the pasu is the smallest. In the mid range is the prasank and the gatank. Usually, a 2 1/2 ombunks is equal to 1 sajuo, a backpacking basket for carrying paddy.
Bahasa Malaysia: bakul besar


ondak

English: an offspring, a child
Bahasa Malaysia: anak


ondak opank

English: an illegitimate child
Bahasa Malaysia: anak luar nikah


ondakopot

English: children
Bahasa Malaysia: kanak-kanak


ondamp

English: an illness
Bahasa Malaysia: penyakit


ondamp tibo'i

English: various illnesses
Bahasa Malaysia: sakit-penyakit


ondek

English: tiny
Bahasa Malaysia: halus


ondek kotel

English: very small
Bahasa Malaysia: sangat halus


ondu

English: day
Bahasa Malaysia: hari


ondu jawa'

English: daylight
Bahasa Malaysia: siang hari


ondu minggu

English: Sunday
Bahasa Malaysia: hari minggu


ongan

English: measure of land size of about 3 acres
Bahasa Malaysia: satu tebasan


oni abar?

English: How are you?
Bahasa Malaysia: Apa khabar?


Oni ndai?

English: What are you up to?
Bahasa Malaysia: Buat apa?


oni noh?

English: What's that?
Bahasa Malaysia: Apa itu


oni oni geh di nai iyoh noh?

English: What the heck is he/she doing?
Bahasa Malaysia: Apalah yang dia buat?


oni rubant?

English: Why?
Bahasa Malaysia: kenapa


oni wat?

English: why?
Bahasa Malaysia: kenapa


onyad

English: a packed lunch
Bahasa Malaysia: bekal


opad

English: a cage
Bahasa Malaysia: kandang


opienk

English: a rice offering wrapped in leaf
Bahasa Malaysia: persembahan nasi yang dibungkus dalam daun


opog

English: a cut piece
Bahasa Malaysia: sekerat


opui

English: a fire
Bahasa Malaysia: api


opuonk

English: a caterpillar
Bahasa Malaysia: ulat bulu


oro'

English: a forehead
Bahasa Malaysia: dahi


orod

English: a worm
Bahasa Malaysia: ulat


orud

English: a boat
Bahasa Malaysia: perahu


osant

English: empty
Bahasa Malaysia: kosong


osant boloh

English: completely empty-handed
Bahasa Malaysia: tangan kosong sahaja


osat

English: to miss
Bahasa Malaysia: tersasar


osi

English: who
Bahasa Malaysia: siapa


osi adont eh neh?

English: what's his/her name?
Bahasa Malaysia: siapa nama dia?


osi diyo'?

English: Who is first?
Bahasa Malaysia: Siapa dulu?


osi mu'u tih neh?

English: who are you?
Bahasa Malaysia: siapa kamu ni?


osoh

English: a red ant
Bahasa Malaysia: kerengga


osuop

English: a lung
Bahasa Malaysia: paru paru


otag

English: a bridge handrail
Bahasa Malaysia: alang


otint

English: a liver
Bahasa Malaysia: hati


oto'

English: us, including the person you are talking to
Bahasa Malaysia: kita


otok

English: a brain
Bahasa Malaysia: otak


oyag

English: a sifting basket
Bahasa Malaysia: bekas ayakan


oyunk

English: a monkey
Bahasa Malaysia: monyet


oyuo'

English: a pig - As a versatile word in this dialect of Bidayuh, oyuo' can be used to express connotative meanings where a certain pitch or tone will convey a specific meaning. A mid level tone is the denotative meaning of the word. A high pitch tone on the word is used to show annoyance like in English when someone is bothering us and then we say "What?" A slow deliberate articulation of the word with a low tone usually means "I'm not impressed" or "That's rubbish!" A sing song tone is usually used to tease or annoy someone using the word.
Bahasa Malaysia: babi