English. Treats s.o. well, blesses.
Subanen. Sa' duuni menaik dig balay ta mekedatu' getaw, subay pepianan ta. Sa' duuni sukatan ta dun, titi'an babuy, muka' painumen gasi.
English. If rich people come to our house, we must treat them well. If we can get one, we kill a pig for them, and give them rice wine
English. Of s.o. or s.t. perceived as not how one should be, improves, mends, recovers
English. Is as it should be, intrinsically good.
Subanen. Su kepanaw nami, gempia gupia ig benwa, sampay miglegebii, nda' pegdupi'.
English. During our trip the weather was nice; it didn't rain all day.
Synonym. aneg; lengas; siba'
English. Restores s.t. which has been broken, physical or abstract, but not personal.
Subanen. Kali' pektalu' ini sulutan, “Amu nu nga kenakan, naa pegupianay niu su sekayan ta, pu' mpanaw ita tug benwa ni Ungutan. Mangay ita megantuk ditu.”
English. This sultan said, “You young men, fix up our boat, for we're going to Ungutan's place. We're going there to pose a riddle.”