Buhutu - English



'WasabunanFrightening
'wasabuwenVtrfrighten spomeone (to)Buluhagalagala, Kalitabu, Guyuwa, yo Magesubu sa 'wasabuwedi be sa lau~afuleda.Buluhagalagala, Giant Clam, Octopus, and Eagle frightened them, and so they abandoned us.Tau gati sa 'wasabuwen, be sa tabutabubu.the guards were afraid and so they were shaking.
'wasa'wasabu1Vinbe afraid
'wasa'wasabu2nfear
'wasa'wasabu3Vtrafraid (to be)
'wasa'wasabu watanidiVtrfearful of them (to be)
'wasa'wasabu~watanidiVtr1follow after fear (to be)2afraid of something (to become)Dodoga pe'ipe'idi hena nenedi E itadi mate haba E wasawasabu watanidi.When I see the appearance of dead people then I become afraid (LIT: I follow after fear).
'wasa'wasabunanfear (ones)Ini ma kiukiuna mate ana wasawasabuna mate palele yo namali.As for him, when he was small, his fear was thunder and lightning.Plantation tau paisowa, Baniyala dodogadi, yo luma tataudi, sa pelei lululu, be 'wasa'wasabuna hola ya laulau.The Baniyala workers from the plantation and the village people got in a fight playing cards, and the fear of them was still going around.
-wasiVin > Vinsfxjourney (to)
'wasina1Vinbleeding (to be)ya 'wasinait is bleedingov. synwasinagu ya didilidiya 'wasina2nblood
'wasinagunblood (my)"Itete, yau 'wasinagu, Yaubada yo ena dodoga, liba~fasunuma, yali fwaufwauna E fawananaha, lisina yai 'wasina ya tabuliwa, dodoga mahudo'idi enehedi.This is my blood, the promise, or new agreement, to God and his people, I make it come true by the blood poured out for all the people.'wasina, 1s. 'wasinagu, 3s. 'wasinana
'wasinananblood
-wataVtr > Vtrsfxafter
'watalin??
-wataniadvsfxafter
'Watubona location near a ford on the Sagarai river, upstream from the present day bridge.Iti 'Watubo tataudi edi pilipilidai edi tanohi yai hinaga ana ao wa, sa ita wananaha ne'i.There they can truly see the appearance of the ground in those Watubo people's story
'wayo-n > npfxRDP
'wayowa1n1dog'E lau wee--, eda'eda yai, na 'wayowa uma'ala sa nali.We kept going along the road until the dogs grabbed (lit: bit) an iguana.2dogs
'wayowa2Vtrdog (to be)
'wayowa'enVtrdog (to be)
'wayo'wayowan1wild dog2foxKamkam ma tanuwagana nuwadi sa amna, pa'ana Walagofe Wayo'wayowa ya lau we'ai.The chicken and her master felt happy because the crocodile had driven away the wild dog.Wayowayowa mate, in ya naha oyagi mulidi yai.As for the wild dog, he stayed in ambush behind some trees.Au lau be ꞌwayoꞌwayowa ni au faliba mate, Yau haba doꞌata yo bobon mate yaluwa heyaheyayadi haba E liba~duidi yo dodoga haba E faloholohodi.You go and tell that wild dog (fox) that now and tomorrow I will drive out evil spirits by my words, and I will make people well. ꞌWayoꞌwayowa edi gali, yo ataiꞌa mate edi nohi.Wild dogs (foxes) have their holes and birds have their nests.3wolfAu lau! Yau E duimiu, doha sipi nanatudi ꞌwayoꞌwayowa pwaludi yai.You go! I send you out like lambs among a pack of wild dogs.4dingo{'Wayo'wayowa} are wild dogs, but also used to refer when referring to wolves, foxes, dingoes, etc. in other countries and other cultural settings.
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