jampanaꞌnA framework mounted with a canopy where the corpse of a sultan or any member of the royalty is carried, royal hearse.Malingkat tuud in kiyahinang sin jampanaꞌ hi Indira Ghandi.The royal hearse of Indira Ghandi was very beautifully made.vag mag-; pat -un.To make or use such a framework.In manga tau babaꞌ diꞌ magjampanaꞌ.Commoners don’t use a royal hearse.
jampangnThe sheet (of a sail).Pahukaa in jampang sin layag ta.Loosen the sheet of our sail.
jamrudnA light green precious stone with flawless radiance.
*jamuvag mag-, -um-; pat -un.To eat a sumptuous or elaborate meal (usu. given in connection with some religious feast, death anniversary, birthday, success, or fulfillment of a special undertaking).vag magpa-.To stage or give such a meal.Magpajamu aku bang hi Indaꞌ makapagraduwit tahun ini.I’ll give a sumptuous meal if my girlie can graduate this year.njajamuhanA sumptuous meal.Parāhi niyu jajamuhan in manga pakil ha masjid.Send a sumptuous meal to the priests in the mosque.
janājaꞌnA platform or portable framework on which a coffin with corpse is placed, bier.In janājaꞌ subay hipagbīn ha kubul.The bier must be left in the graveyard.Cf.kaban2lalungan
janapnA (short working) bolo (having a blunt end which is sharpened to facilitate weeding or digging).Marayaw hipagsuwat in janap ini.This bolo is good for weeding.Cf.utaklahut
janjiꞌnA promise, agreement, condition, contract, pledge.Nagbaluba in janjiꞌ niya kākuꞌ.His promise to me was broken.vag mag-, -um-; ran -an.To promise, make an agreement, pledge, or contract.Diꞌ aku makajanjiꞌ kaymu.I can’t promise you.Cf.najalnpaljanjianAgreement, covenant.Bukun bihān in paljanjian namuꞌ.That’s not our agreement.
janningadjFew, small amount or quantity (always preceded by hangka).Dihili siya hangka-janning asin.Give her a few grains of salt.Cf.tiyuꞌ-tiyuꞌ*tiyuꞌpudjutkurak
jantannA simple rafter used as a secondary support (for a high ridge beam).Subay awn jantan sin biyubungan sin bāy.The ridge beam of the house should have supporting rafters.
jantiknElegance in dress and appearance.adjmajantikElegant in dress and appearance.Majantik in babai yaun hangkan da mataud usug in imibug kaniya.That lady is elegant, that’s why many men have been attracted by her.Cf.lingkat
jantung1nHuman heart.2nThe heart (the seat of emotions).In lasa ku kaymu, tawꞌan ha jantung mu.My love for you, keep it in your heart.Cf.atay 1.2
jangatnjangatanAn implement for scraping (consisting of a handle with a row of sheet metal loops).Mahayt tuud in jangatan ini.This scraper is pretty sharp.vag mag-, -um-; pat -un.To scrape (a soft substance, as papaya into thin strips to use as a vegetable, immature coconut for confectionery).Magjangat aku sin kapaya ini para gamusun.I’ll scrape this papaya and preserve it.Jangatun ku in kapaya hilaw ini.I’ll scrape this young papaya.
janggay1nA long fingernail.adjmajanggayHaving long fingernails.vAR ag mag-…-an, -um-; ran -an.To have long fingernails.Magjanggayan in kuku mu bang mu diꞌ tuptupan.You’ll have long fingernails if you don’t clip them.2nAn artificial long fingernail used when performing a Tausug dance.vAR ag mag-, -um-; ran -an.To use artificial long fingernails.Subay magjanggay bang magpangalay.One has to use artificial long fingernails in dancing the slow formal dance.
janggut1nA (long) beard.Mahabaꞌ in janggut niya.He has a long beard.vpat mag-.To have a long beard.Diꞌ aku mabayaꞌ magjanggut kaw.I don’t like you to have a long beard.adjjanggutanBearded.Mabugaꞌ in bataꞌ ha tau janggutan.The child is afraid of the bearded man.Cf.pungut2nThe antennae of an insect.
*jangkaꞌnjangkaanLimit, borderline, boundary, deadline.Kunsūm in jangkaan sin pagbabayad mu sin utang mu kākuꞌ.Tomorrow is the deadline for the payment of your debt to me.vact/pat -um-, mag-.(For something) to reach its limit, deadline, boundary, or borderline.Jimangkaꞌ na in pasinsiya ku ha tau ini.My patience with this man has reached it’s limit.Cf.tubtub 1
jangkinSpite caused by envy or jealousy.Jangki in tagnaan sin pagkālu nila.Envious spite was the root cause of their quarrel.adjmajangkiSpiteful (because of envy).Majangki siya ha pangdaig bāy niya.She is spiteful toward her neighbor.vag mang-, mag-, -um-; pat -un.To behave in a spiteful manner (toward someone through envy), spite (someone).Mangiꞌ in mangjangki ha pagkahi ta.It’s not good to spite our fellowmen.SYN.pagꞌiggil*iggil
jangngangnOne’s affected way of speaking, walking or doing things; affectation.Makalisuꞌ in jangngang sin tau yan.That man’s affectation is annoying.vag mag-, -um-;To behave affectedly.Bukun marayaw in tau magjangngang ha mayran.It’s not good for a person to behave affectedly in public.adjmajangngangBehaving in an affected way.Majangngang isab in babai ini.This lady indeed behaves affectedly.Cf.kalakkuwan
japangnA woven leaf basket (esp. for fruit).Usu. made new to receive the harvest and transport it to market and then discarded.Bī kaw mampallam ha japang.Buy mangoes in a woven coconut-leaf basket.Cf.kampiltampipiꞌsuꞌgub
jari1relmanjariNow then, it came to pass (an expression important in discourse structure) (also jari or jari niya).Manjari dimatung in Sultan.Then the Sultan arrived.vpat mang-.To happen, come to pass; become, turn out (to be).Nanjari unu, in hīnang mu kahapun?What did that thing you were making yesterday turn out to be?vmakajarihanTo be sufficient to do a particular job, be enough.Makajarihan in kamatis ini?Are these tomatoes enough (for the recipe?)vaux maka-, mang-.To be able to (do something), be allowed to (do something).Makajari aku magad kaymu pa tabuꞌ?May I go with you to the market?Manjari na in manga tau bihaun magbissara pasal sin ngiꞌ sin parinta.People are now allowed to talk about the ills of the government.panjariderv.vTo create, cause to come into existence.2vag -um-; pat -un.To make use of (something).Bang mu jarihun in utak yan dāha.If you will make use of that bolo, take it.Diꞌ na jarihun sin iskul in manga būk ini.The school will no longer use these books.
jasadnThe body.In nyawa masalay na dayn ha jasad bang in manusiyaꞌ matay na.When a human being dies the soul will then separate from the body.Cf.anggawtaꞌginhawa 1baran 1
jāt1nAll the physical and mental qualities that make up a person, personality, being.Diꞌ ta hikatugilaꞌ in jāt sin Tuhan.We can hardly describe God’s personality.Bukun na kaw jāt tau.You don’t have the physical qualities of a person (i.e., don’t look like a person).OV SYN.lupa2kajariyanCf.dagbus2nManner of actions or speech, actions (used in anger).Bukun na kaw ini jāt tau.Your actions are not human (i.e., you’re like an animal).
jata1nRarePlainness or openness to the sight.Landuꞌ in jata sin dāira sin Tiyanggi Sūg ha taas būd Tumantangis.The town of Jolo is very plain to the sight from the top of Mount Tumantangis.2nPlainness or clearness to the understanding.
jatiꞌnTeak (a kind of tree with a broad leaf).In kahuy jatiꞌ marayaw paghinang bāy sabab makamdus tuud.The teak tree is good for making a house because it’s very durable.5: Plants
jattiadj(Of a legitimate or adopted child) legal, (of wealth) justly obtained; pure.Jatti in katān altaꞌ niya.All his wealth is justly obtained.Cf.purnaꞌpurul