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Maguindanaon

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Introduction

Maguindanaon is a language of Philippines. It is spoken in Mindanao, Maguindanao, Cotabato, South Cotabato, Sultan Kuderat, and Zamboanga del Sur provinces. .

Dialects

Biwangan, Ilud, Laya, Sibugay, Tagakawanan. Intelligibility 60% of Maranao (See: Maranao), 96% of Iranun (See: Iranun).

The Maguindanaon Verb

Sample Verbs

to bitebángit, ebút
to bloweyúp
to breathegemináwa, gináwa
to burnbídsul, gepúl, tútung
to buypamása
to chewsepá, sepán
to chooseálam, pamíli
to climbpamusúg, pusúg
to comeángay
to cookilútu
to countbílang, bilángen
to crymíbi, muliyáng
to cut, hacktága, tíbpad
to die, be deadmátay
to digkágkal, kálut, suát
to dreamedtagínep
to drinkínem, ínum
to eatkéman, kan
to fallúlug
to fearmagílek
to flowtugá
to flylantáp, layúg, ledtú
to growetú
to hearpakikíneg
to hidelíndung, pagená
to hitabén
to holdtígel
to huntpangánup, pangáyaw
to killgelá, imatáy
to know, be knowledgeableamád
to laughedtatáwa
to lie downedtataigá
to live, be alivemaguyág
to open, uncoverúkad, búka, peká
to plantpamúla
to pound, beatbáyu, pipík
to sayedtalú, enggubása
to scratchkámbang, kukút
to seeílay
to sewpamanáy
to shootbusúgen, pána
to sitáyan
to sleeptúlug, temúlug
to sniff, smellebáw
to spitdemúda, tubpá
to splitúpak, liás, tebí
to squeezekemés, kulimís
to stab, piercesándak
to standtíndeg, temíndeg
to stealtegkáw
to sucksemúsu
to swelllebág, lemebág
to swimlangúy, lemangúy
to thinkmagítung, pagítung
to throwídtug, ibengél
to tie up, fasteniketán, itámbed
to turnlínggi
to walklákaw
to vomitúta
to workedtatagitú, edtitingulú
to yawnpangunguyáb

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