English. Transports s.t., by hand or in a vehicle; gen. for various methods of carrying.
Subanen. Su palay, nda' nami megela' muit, pu' nda'iduni meliag sukayan. Diadia mektalu' lumbus duuni baalenen.
English. We weren't able to bring all the rice, because no one wanted to be hired to carry it. Everyone said he had s.t. else to do.
Subanen. Sa' mpanawa, uit mui gemay kiin, adun sa' meguteman ka dig dalan ndi'a tagad mateng, aan mu.
English. When you go, take this rice along, so that when you get hungry on the trail before you get there, eat it.
Synonym. ekbit; pitang; ulipit
In group with: ated; baba; balanting; balung; belanting; binteng; bulig 1; eban 1; gait; kiting; legaut; pisan; selay; senung; sipit; sipupu; tedung; tekal; ugut; ulagak; ulipit
English. Controls, governs, leads or rules things or people.
Subanen. Su gembata', sa' mekaika' pa, meguit dig delendemanen su megulangen, muka' su tantu megbebaya'.
English. When a child is still small, his/her parents are in charge of its will, and also the true God.
Subanen. Iin mai peguit tu kebagel, ki gekbusen.
English. What controls growth is the buds.
English. Puts up with, endures s.t.
English. Drives a vehicle.
Subanen. Sug betad sa' meguit tedak, sikelan.
English. When one drives a vehicle, one pushes s.t. down (with his feet).
English. Probably the common cuckoo,
Scientific name. Cuculus canorus.
Subanen. Naa kiin uituit, kaas iini piningalan nami dun, pu' kinana' mektalu' duuni meliget megladu, kinana' mesikpa', me'uiten dema su gimuud nu pegladu kia.
English. As for the uituit bird, the reason we call it that is because as soon as s.o. says that s.o. is critically ill, as soon as the person stops
speaking, the bird carries off the sick person's soul (hence the person dies.).
Cultural Note. Name is onomatopoeic of bird's call, perceived as uit “carry.”.