English. Precedes s.o. or s.t., goes first.
Subanen. Miktetukluday ami sa' tai' meguna mektalu'.
English. We each tried to get the other to speak first.
Subanen. Su pegangay ami dini, migliketed su tedak peksekayan nami, iini peguna sug Batsilur, sikayan nami.
English. When we were coming here, the bus we were riding was racing another bus, and the Bachelor Bus came first, the one we were
English. What one will do subsequently, recourse.
Subanen. Nda'i guna mu megda'awa, pu' metuudan ka. Miktingga' da'awa.
English. You have no recourse but to deny it, because your being accused has proved true. That's leaded denial.
Subanen. Naa guna migbaa', ndi' mekiling nu kamun, nug bekna kegbaa'en, mipundu ki tubig. Kia, meseleg pelum.
English. Now when it later flooded, it wasn't the same as earlier, of the first flood, the water stood still. This, it was very swift.
In group with: agap
English. In front of s.o.; one's genitalia; ahead of s.o..
Subanen. Ndi' mu da tandeng gela' belatay palad mu, pegengkem ka da dun; pu' iini pegeli'ay mu, ki gunaan mu.
English. Don't open your fist completely (i.e. give all you have), keep it closed; take precautions for the future (ahead of you).
Synonym. sipangan; tubang
English. Dies, euph.