Languages

Ida’an

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Introduction

Ida’an is a language of Malaysia. It is spoken in East coast of Sabah, Lahad Datu, Kinabatangan, and Sandakan districts. .

Dialects

Begak (Bagahak, Begahak), Ida’an, Subpan (Sungai, Supan). Not closely related to other languages.

The Ida’an Verb

Sample Verbs

to bitemʌngabput
to blowgnsʌput
to breathebʌgarawo
to burnmʌnunu[tunu]
to buygʌdagang
to chewbʌkussop
to choosegʌdiliʔ
to climbgʌrʌkkod, mʌnnik
to comemʌssob
to cookbʌgapuy, gʌlagaʔ
to countbʌkiro
to crytotaʔ
to cut, hackmʌngukos, mukos
to die, be deadmatay
to digbʌkali
to dreamgʌnupi
to drinkmʌnginum, minum
to eatmʌngngan
to falltippak
to fearmʌla
to flytʌmulud, tulud
to growtubpu
to hearkingog, mʌngingog
to hidebapung
to holdmʌgkot, mʌngʌgkot
to huntbʌkulos
to killbunuʔ, mʌngunuʔ
to know, be knowledgeablegʌlati
to laughmʌrim
to live, be aliveallun
to open, uncovermʌngawang
to plantbulo
to pound, beatmʌnuttu, tuttu
to saybaraʔ, mʌngaraʔ
to seemʌngata mata
to sewbʌllit
to shootmʌnganaʔ[panaʔ]
to sitbadung
to sleepturug
to sniff, smellmʌngarok
to spitbʌgʌbbi
to splitmʌngilaʔ, milaʔ
to squeezemʌgka, mʌngʌgka
to stab, piercemʌnʌrog, tʌrog
to standburuy
to stealmʌnʌkkaw, tʌkkaw
to suckmʌnippus, tippus
to swellbʌkʌppaw
to swimgʌllunguy
to thinkgʌdalir
to throwmʌnagad, tagad
to tie up, fastenmʌnunuy, tunuy
to turngʌsimpang
to walkgʌrʌbutaʔ
to vomitgʌmuad
to workbʌkabbun
to yawngʌmoya

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