English. Fish, any creature which lives in water (Gen. for all sea creatures.)
Subanen. Melengas paan dig telimbaug, metabug gupia seda', kig lelanug, muka' lelupa'.
English. What are good bait for angling, what the fish really love, are lelanug insects and earthworms.
English. Any edible meat (Gen. for all viands.)
Subanen. Tibuuk mu na inamek ki seda' ta kiin.
English. You took all our viand by the handful (i.e. greedily).
Subanen. Tagu' mu na deli' ki seda' kiin, muka' gemay kiin, pu' ndi'u pa mesabeli maanu.
English. Save that viand and rice, because I don't feel like eating yet.
English. Fishes, casually or as an occupation; gen. for various types of fishing.
Subanen. Lema', mangay pa ita meneliseda' di nga sinepa'an kiin.
English. Tomorrow let's go fishing in those streams over there.
In group with: dagat; keti; pana'; sadap; taan; tunda'
English. The food which accompanies a staple, usu. meat, fish and/or vegetable.
Subanen. Sinakmiten sia su seda'an ku, laak mibenga, pu' nda'en melaam.
English. She tried to snatch up my viand for herself, but she was just embarrassed, because she couldn't pick it up.
English. Small saucer-sized serving dish, esp. used to serve men involved in litigation.
Synonym. pelatitu; tapak 1