The English dictionary says that thank you is about being grateful because we are happy for the kindness of others. Thank you is about gratitude of what people had done for us. We are happy to the person who had been kind to us.
) Dog- uko’ chicken- laal pig- berek cow- sapi buffalo- kerubau goat- amek cat-using snake-menipeh tiger-balang lion-singa leapord-kuir squirrel- labo puur mouse/rat- labo crocodile-buayeh python-menelen short tail monkey- becuk long tail monkey- kuyad bear-beruang procupine-terutung more words (LUN BAWANG-ENGLISH) Aa- respond as what?
(we better go to the hospital) Pian iko kuman ubat? dareng- black amber/ burnt wood derut- sewn part delei- male dureng- grumbling duru’- honey — et- sickness/ or pain etu-sign/or mark of eteng- button etep- of being bitten by mosquitoes/ animals etc —- f – the Indonesian Lun Bawang/ Lun Dayeh of Sabah use f in place of p eg. — Bua’ (fruit) bua’ bong(baung)- banana bua’ buyo – orange bua’ laka’- jack fruit bua’ timun-cucumber bua sesila’-papaya bua’ lingat- langsat bua’ lapun- durian bua’ lam- mangosteen bua’ patar- Petai —– gaang- stride gaman-spear gamet-hawk or to snatch garau’- some of the teeth missing garung- sound of stepping on the wooden floor of a by Best Offers" href="#28597369" house or ceiling gasing- tops gatel- itch gatum-connection/joint geleng- wristlet gerut- sound as a resut of fleeing away geng- wind-driven propellor geteh- anger gieng- movement (of a by Best Offers" href="#87931929" house)as a result of being pushed or knock against gimet- like a charm to protect gio-movement guang- falls while sitting down guet- movement of the buttock gula- sugar gung-guet – cobra guta- to cross a river or road —- gura- loose things in a container etc that move noisily when carried gugkang- to get ready/ prepare gugo- a bigger spoon -like item to stir or take out cooked rice from the pot —- ia- (noun) critic iban- refering to parents in-law or son/daughter in-law ibpen- already stacked a pole or stick on the ground ibpeng- paddy bund ibpul- act of by Best Offers" href="#94612837" call our mother/ aunty) inaa- just now inam- he or she has gathered/collected something such as chicks etc inan- there is, got it .
( If we think that we cannot do something, we will no be able to do it).
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ILEH- CLEVERNESS MILEH- CLEVER BA ILEH: VERY CLEVER m ILEH TU TU- VERY CLEVER E: HE IS CLEVER.
LB: NA MAYA BURI LUN BAKEN E: WHY ARE YOU GRUMBLING? ————— E: YOU MIGHT BE SMEARED WITH OIL OF YOU ARE TO CLOSE THERE. HE VISITED MY UNCLE WHO IS ADMITTED TO THE HOSPITAL. YEH (IEH) INE’ NGIKAK TAMAN PINAKENKU LUK SINUET BANG RUMA’ SAKIT. LB: Asal ieh kudeng ineh, kiteh ngenau’ luk baken peh. LB: Netutu’ ku usin kidih E : LETS LOOK FOR IT LB: Ame’ tau nakap idih. ENGLISH to LUN BAWANG I – ui you – iko(mu) we – kai he/she – ieh they – ideh go(there) – ame dei come here – ame tunge there – dei here – tunge/ianih where – yapeh ngadan – name glad – mawang niat meet you – papu namu What is that – anun ineh?