Bahasa Malaysia: suami
Source: Borneo Lingua-Hack
Doo' ileh la'ih ineh ngaar keh.
This man is good at rattan lattice work.
La'ih abuk-abuk teh la'ih inah nah.
That guy is a drunk - always intoxicated.
Pingan tetameh dadih mate, doo' la'ih inah nah mene ngadung ideh. Billy me ngadung ieh.
After the death of their father, it was fortunate that that man adopted them. Billy became his step-father.
anak dela'ih: son
bawang 1: onion
bawang 2: area, land, settlement, village, town, city, country, community
belawan: iron (metal)
belawang: give birth
dawan: lamp, (oil, resin); torch
dela'ih: male, boy, man
kawang 1: task ?
kawang 2: gaps or notches cut into ridges, mountain ranges, an ancient practice
kinanak dela'ih: younger brother
mawan: seen, visible
mekawang: to cut notches onto ridges, etc
nawan 1: gliding snake
nawan 2: was made visible by
ngawan (ng-mawan): make visible