English. Goes, takes one's leave, sets out on a trip; travels by walking as opposed to other methods of travel; gen. for means of travel.
Subanen. Lema' daw, mpanaw si nga Titing ditu Sambuangga; mayaku sia megdunut, laak nda'iduni pilitiu.
English. Tomorrow Titing and his companions are going to Zamboanga; I would like to go with them, but I don't have my fare.
English. The way s.t. is done, used in explaining s.t..
English. Takes a walk, strolls, with no destination in mind.
Subanen. Ki gembagel getaw keni, sinaanan nu tubig gembagel pa, mikpanawpanaw diag dibabaw tubig, pegeguit belanan.
English. As for this large person, while the water was still high, he walked around on top of the water, carrying a basket.
Idiom: metau na mpanaw
English. Of a child, has become a toddler.
Idiom: mpanaw di ...
Grammar. Followed by a number, of months, years.
English. Is approaching a certain age, oft. of children; is approaching a length of time.
Subanen. Mpanaw di telu taun.
English. He/she is almost three years old.
Idiom: mpanaw di telunan
English. Of a child, old enough to go outside to play, usu. ca. 2 1/2 years.
English. One's purpose in going s.w..
Subanen. Iini penaun ku, sumaluyu begas.
English. What I'm going there for is to buy rice.
In group with: baklay; dakap; dilug; eksug; gebek; intit; kagang; kilud; la'agla'ag; laaw; labay; lalag; lektes; limbay; lingi'; nanap; sakay; sampigud; sampuna'; suba'; suduy; tegbeng; uliting; usaug; uyauy
English. Dies, euph.