I - Word List

i'an

English: pity
Bahasa Malaysia: belas kasihan


i'ap

English: to gasp for breath


i'ir

English: rubbing against, sharpening


i'it

English: little, small; young
Bahasa Malaysia: sedikit, kecil, muda


ian

English: don't
Bahasa Malaysia: jangan


iap1

English: counting
Bahasa Malaysia: perihal membilang


iap2

English: small hand-held net used to catch fish


iar

English: yells, shouts, booings


iat

English: breath; life, spirit, soul
Bahasa Malaysia: nafas; jiwa, nyawa, roh


ibal

English: some


iban

English: parent in law


iber

English: flying termite


ibha

English: was allowed to slip down by (as a child from a mother's lap)


ibpa'

English: kind of bark bowl used for emptying water


ibpang

English: hindrance


ibpen

English: having sunk into the earth (of house posts)


ibpen 1

English: accused


ibpen 2

English: having sunk into the earth


ibpo

English: was soothed by


ibpu

English: covered or wrapped up


ibpu'

English: longitudinal incision made on the ventral side of a fish or animal to remove the viscera


ibuh

English: thousand
Bahasa Malaysia: ribu


idan

English: when?
Bahasa Malaysia: bila?


idang

English: sunshine, sunlight


ideh

English: they, them; other people
Bahasa Malaysia: mereka; orang lain


idih

English: it, thing mentioned; present, available; and


iding

English: carrying, liftinf


idor

English: moving unsteadily


idtang

English: was hung by


idting

English: made to arrive or reach


idtung

English: nose
Bahasa Malaysia: hidung


idu'

English: expression of quiet wonder such as `dei idu'' or `idu' ilan'


ieh

English: he, she, it
Bahasa Malaysia: dia, ia


iep

English: small fishing net (hand net)


iet

English: tying by hanging ?


ii'

English: expression of disgust or fear, used eg by parents to young children to put them off from putting something into their mouth,


iih

English: who? whoever?
Bahasa Malaysia: siapa?


iil

English: licking
Bahasa Malaysia: hal menjilat


iir

English: avoidance, diversion


ijil

English: imprisoned


ika'

English: limp
Bahasa Malaysia: ? tidak keras atau tegang OR berjalan dgn incang-incut


ikab

English: window, opened or closed by wooden supports, to allow the entrance of light and the exit of smoke, made in the roof of older longhouses


ikad

English: fearlessness of heights


ike'

English: armpit
Bahasa Malaysia: ketiak


ikeb

English: was covered by


ikel

English: just managed


iko

English: you (singular)
Bahasa Malaysia: kamu, awak


ikup

English: valley
Bahasa Malaysia: lembah


ilad

English: type of palm, the leaves of which are used for making hats


ilak (e-i-lak)

English: stored in the crotch of a tree branch, etc


ilan

English: licked
Bahasa Malaysia: dijilat


ilan (iil-an)

English: licked


ilang

English: type of machette


ileg (e-i-leg)

English: was stopped by


ileh 1

English: intelligence, cleverness
Bahasa Malaysia: akal


ileh 2

English: unit of measurement equal to about one yard


ilek

English: armpit
Bahasa Malaysia: ketiak


ilem

English: the colour of a bruise, purple, blue


ilu'

English: a light or torch
Bahasa Malaysia: lampu suluh


ilud

English: burning with a torch


ilul

English: expression of endearment for a child


ilun

English: nail of finger or toe
Bahasa Malaysia: kuku jari atau jari kaki


ilung 1

English: seed, corn kernel
Bahasa Malaysia: biji


ilung 2

English: purpose, meaning, motive
Bahasa Malaysia: maksud, sebab, niat, tujuan


ilut

English: caning, beating; a cane


ima' 1

English: ? thought or figured


ima' 2

English: almost, nearly


imang

English: shampoo
Bahasa Malaysia: pencuci rambut, syampu


imet

English: a grasp or hold on something


imu'

English: slow
Bahasa Malaysia: perlahan-perlahan


imung (e-i-mung)

English: was gathered by


ina'

English: expression of endearment used by mother to daughter (my daughter!); abbreviation of `sina'', `mother' used by children to call their mothers.


inam

English: a figure, act of counting


inan

English: reason, have, available
Bahasa Malaysia: sebab, ada


Inan kedai muneng inih.

English: Yes. There’s one near here.


inat

English: a pull or tug
Bahasa Malaysia: tarikan


ineh

English: that
Bahasa Malaysia: itu


inep

English: caught


ingep (e-i-ngep)

English: was kissed by


inger (e-i-enger)

English: stewed or boiled


inih

English: this
Bahasa Malaysia: ini


inud

English: method of telling, illustrating


inul

English: descendents
Bahasa Malaysia: keturunan


io

English: knife
Bahasa Malaysia: pisau


ipa' 1

English: food seasoning, eg monosodium glutamate


ipa' 2

English: black skin mole


ipak (e-i-pak), sipak

English: was split by


iped

English: final, at the end


ipek

English: punched, hammered in


ipem

English: sprayed


ipid (e-i-pid)

English: was braided by


ipik

English: squashed between the nails


ipin

English: the mat was laid or put down by


ipu'

English: was soaked by


ipub

English: under the influence of black magic


ipud

English: shuffling, dragging one's feet


ira

English: food garden, vegetable garden, fruit orchard
Bahasa Malaysia: kebun


irang

English: slope of a mountain
Bahasa Malaysia: lereng gunung


irat

English: coming, rising


irau

English: party, festival, ceremony
Bahasa Malaysia: perayaan, pesta


irit

English: a slit or cut


iro

English: madness, insanity
Bahasa Malaysia: keadaan gila


irot

English: whirlpool


irud

English: was scraped by


irup

English: what is drunk, way of drinking
Bahasa Malaysia: minuman,


isa'

English: what one deserves


isag (e-i-sag)

English: was split by


iseb

English: was burnt by


iseh

English: a file, instrument for filing


isi'

English: contents
Bahasa Malaysia: isi


isip 1

English: plant with thin glossy leaves which are used to wrap rice cakes, packages of rice, etc.


isip 2

English: sheets of tin before being made into cans


isiu-isui

English: whistling away


isu

English: procede directly from performing one action to performing another


isud 1

English: marrow ?


isud 2

English: sigh of relief


ita

English: an engaged person


itab

English: was scattered by


itan

English: hold, grasp


item

English: black
Bahasa Malaysia: hitam


item item

English: dirty


iten (uit-en)

English: to be taken away


itep (e-i-tep)

English: was bitten by


iti

English: recognition


iti' 1

English: female breast
Bahasa Malaysia: buah dada perempuan


iti' 2

English: agility, capability


itim

English: carry it away!


itu (i-e-tu)

English: was indicated by


itu'

English: picked, cut (vegetables, leaves)


itul

English: stalled, diverted


itun

English: question
Bahasa Malaysia: soalan


itung

English: a figure, act of counting
Bahasa Malaysia: perihal membilang, menghitung


iuh

English: elbow
Bahasa Malaysia: siku


iuk

English: little by little


iung

English: rectangular wooden platform slightly hollowed out, with a hole in the centre in which rice is pounded; mortar


iup

English: blowing
Bahasa Malaysia: hal meniup


iur

English: tail of an animal
Bahasa Malaysia: ekor


iur iru

English: used to describe sby who wants to be behind in his work all the time


iut

English: to drag oneself on the floor little by little; gradually


iwa'

English: nine
Bahasa Malaysia: sembilan


iwan

English: bamboo instrument used for making (threading) nets


iwaq

English: Nine


iyep

English: small hand net


iyo

English: knife


iyung

English: padi mortar