S - Word List

s-in-aag

English: chopped; minced


sa'o

English: to travel down river


saban

English: fight or squabble over ownership of something


sabun

English: soap
Bahasa Malaysia: sabun


saget

English: quick, quickly
Bahasa Malaysia: cepat, laju,


sait

English: a lover, paramour
Bahasa Malaysia: pekasih


sakol

English: digging implement with long wooden handle and sharp, flat metal base; hoe
Bahasa Malaysia: cangkul


sala'1

English: wrong
Bahasa Malaysia: salah


sala'2

English: bua' sala'


sami'

English: taking refuge, receiving sympathy


sangen

English: menses, menstruation
Bahasa Malaysia: haid


sapa'

English: shirt
Bahasa Malaysia: baju


sape

English: musical instrument, three stringed


sapeh

English: which?, which one?
Bahasa Malaysia: yang mana?


saweng

English: inability to see in the dark, night blindness


sebeneh

English: to bend, to be humble


sebukuh

English: knot in a string; string with knots for keeping track of time


sebuleng

English: by oneself, on one's own


seburu' (se-buru')

English: was one's face


sedarir

English: song on a hero's exploits, adventures


sedero

English: watering, tears welling in the eyes


segagung

English: container made from leaf


segaie

English: discussion


segelung

English: any spear made of wood or bamboo
Bahasa Malaysia: lembing yang diperbuat daripada kayu atau buluh


segerang

English: ribs
Bahasa Malaysia: tulang rusuk


segeri

English: ? weak and thin because of sickness


segulung

English: spear made of wood or bamboo
Bahasa Malaysia: senjatayang perbuat daripada kayu atau buluh yang dibalingkan; lembing; tombak


segumen

English: eaves of the longhouse roof


sekani

English: proud


sekenan

English: to remember, recall, recollect
Bahasa Malaysia: ingat, ingat kembali


sekili

English: a type of bird, Olive-Backed woodpecker
Bahasa Malaysia: sejenis burung


sekilut

English: hand held net with handle


sekulang

English: bamboo for drying fish


selanguy

English: generic name for snake
Bahasa Malaysia: ular


selanguy (se-languy)

English: float


selapa

English: tin can


selapang

English: shotgun
Bahasa Malaysia: senapang


selengu

English: to shed, of a snake shedding its old skin


selengut

English: bamboo nose flute
Bahasa Malaysia: seruling diperbuat drp buluh (ditiup oleh hidung)


seleta'

English: buffalo dipping itself into mud


seli

English: lower part of the leg to the outside of the shin bone (considered esp. vulnerable to attack in a fight)


selin

English: was locked by


seluar

English: trousers
Bahasa Malaysia: seluar


selubid

English: lie down
Bahasa Malaysia: baring


selubid (se-lubid)

English: to lie down, be in a lying down position


selud

English: to slide (as children sliding down a hillside)


seluie

English: general condition of surroundings


seluyu'

English: to dirty oneself


sembop

English: bladder, balloon


semera'

English: lead (metal)


semido

English: dirge, mourning, crying over a dead person


sena'ih

English: intestines (small) of animals


senape

English: rice cakes made by boiling rice wrapped in leaves, usually "isip" leaves


senapuh (s-en-apuh)

English: was swept


senaput (s-en-aput)

English: to block


senatek (s-en-atek)

English: was closed, was covered


senawar

English: called


senayan

English: was attracted or led on by


sengaro (se-ng-aro)

English: to fight over something, ownership (e.g. a child)


senguluh

English: head strap used when carrying baskets


senien

English: catfish
Bahasa Malaysia: sejenis ikan keli (ikan sembilang)


senikel

English: was managed by sby after much effort


senu'eh

English: right side, the right


senukat (s-en-ukat)

English: was dug up by


sepa'

English: betel quid
Bahasa Malaysia: sentil pinang


serang

English: a type of bird, Black Wood partridge
Bahasa Malaysia: sejenis burung


serawe

English: beaviour
Bahasa Malaysia: perangai


seremu'uh

English: appearance
Bahasa Malaysia: wajah


seruga

English: Heaven
Bahasa Malaysia: syurga


si'er

English: was seen or looked at by
Bahasa Malaysia: penglihatan


si'it

English: few
Bahasa Malaysia: sedikit


sia'

English: red, orange
Bahasa Malaysia: merah, jingga


sibpa'

English: was watered by


sibpar (t-e-i-bpar)

English: was paid by


sibpek (t-e-i-bpek)

English: was pierced by, was stabbed by


sibpeng

English: was cut down by


sibu

English: plants
Bahasa Malaysia: to plant sibu mikat, valuable plants


sidang

English: a parish of the SIB church


sidtan (t-e-i-dtan)

English: was left behind by


siga

English: giant squirrel


siguk

English: tobacco
Bahasa Malaysia: tembakau


sikal

English: initiative, diligent


sikap (t-e-i-kap)

English: was looked for by


sikoi

English: water melon
Bahasa Malaysia: tembikai


sikub (t-e-i-kub)

English: was knocked from below, eg of a punch, uppercut


sila' (t-e-i-la')

English: was hurled or thrown by


silen

English: string used to hold up swimming trunks, etc
Bahasa Malaysia: tali digunakan untuk mengikat seluar dsb


silen (t-e-i-len)

English: was swalloed by


sileng

English: cross eyed


silo

English: shiny, of the surface of a lake, table, etc.
Bahasa Malaysia: berkilau


simbakang (t-in-e-bakang)

English: stood over someone with legs wide apart


simbalu'

English: was clumped together by


simbeta'

English: was crooned to by ?


simpingur (t-in-e-pingur)

English: was used to make echos , of a thing


simun

English: cucumber
Bahasa Malaysia: timun


sina'

English: mother
Bahasa Malaysia: emak, ibu


sina'ih

English: intestines, guts
Bahasa Malaysia: usus


sina'ud (s-in-a'ud)

English: already placed or hung on a hook


sinaan (s-in-aan)

English: dammed, held back


sinaang (s-in-aang)

English: was put on by


sinaang (t-in-aang)

English: was worked with an adze by


sinaap (s-in-aap)

English: licked


sinaar

English: the air was pumped by


sinaban (s-in-aban)

English: claimed and taken away, was kidnapped by, eloped with


sinabat (t-in-abat)

English: was treated with medicine by


sinabu'

English: usual form of address to mother whose eldest child is male


sinabun (t-in-abun)

English: was heaped or piled up by


sinadang (d-in-adang)

English: was warmed/heated by


sinadem (s-in-adem)

English: was sharpened by


sinakol (s-in-akol)

English: was hoed by


sinaleb (s-in-aleb)

English: was put into a cage by


sinan

English: female (animals), female pig, sow
Bahasa Malaysia: betina


sinanek (s-in-anek)

English: was boiled/cooked by


sinanuk (s-in-anuk)

English: clothed


sinap

English: winnowed


sinape

English: a type of rice prepartion, cooked in da'un isip


sinaru' (s-in-aru')

English: was done by, was put or placed by


sinarub

English: was covered by


sinarub (s-in-arub)

English: was covered with a mat or sheet


sineh 1

English: that one


sineh 2

English: title for a married women; equivalent of `Mrs'


singa'it

English: was scratched by


singanuh

English: was woven by


singel

English: constriction, narrowing


singgura'

English: was shaken by


sinidta' (t-in-idta')

English: was stepped on by


sininger (d-in-inger)

English: was heard by, was listened to by


siniu' (d-in-iu')

English: was bathed by


sinkaruh

English: was discussed by


sinsing

English: finger ring
Bahasa Malaysia: cincin


sinu'ut (sin-u'ut)

English: was sucked by


sinudo (t-in-udo)

English: was set down by


sinuga'

English: to stone, hit with a heavy object


sinukup (s-in-sukup)

English: made enough


sinula'

English: bereaved, widowhood


sinulu' (s-in-ulu')

English: was shone by


sinum

English: roasted, was roasted in leaves


sinung

English: happy; successful, as a wealthy man or student in school


sinunuh (s-in-unuh)

English: was roasted by


sinuper (sin-uper)

English: the rope from bark fiber was made by


sinuru' (t-in-uru')

English: was commanded by, was ordered by


sipan

English: drumstick, thigh of cooked chicken


siped

English: = 10 ngurek (cf Lian pp130)


sipen

English: rice that is already on the `iung' and in the process of being pounded


siput (iput)

English: shot with a blowpipe


sirak

English: a type of bird, Malaysian Treepie
Bahasa Malaysia: sejenis burung


siri

English: straight, upright (indefinitely long)


siru

English: made up e.g. of a story, i.e. fiction


sirut

English: tapering
Bahasa Malaysia: runcing


sising

English: ring (to place on finger)
Bahasa Malaysia: cincin


sitik

English: was cut into chops by


skaul

English: large biting insect


sugen (esug-en)

English: knocked down


suk

English: who, which


sukup

English: enough
Bahasa Malaysia: cukup


sunga'ing

English: incubus-like spirit believed to visit people at night and to sap their strength


suni'

English: agressive, take advantage, act fast


supi'

English: tin can (southern Kel.)


surat

English: letter
Bahasa Malaysia: surat