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Peace Corps

Aklanon
Volume 2 : Dictionary

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DoconisT RESUME

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FL'008 976

. ApTHOR Salas Reyes, Vicente; And Others ,
TITLE A Study of, the Aklanon Dialect, Volume Two:

Dictionary (of Root Words and Derivations), Aklanoh
. , to English. ' - ,

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INSTITdTION Peace Corps, Washington, D.C.
. PUB DATE 69

NOT 401p.
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EDRS PRICE MF-$0483 HC-$22.°9 'Plus Postage.
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DESCRIPTORS American English; *Dialect Studies; *Dictionaries;
" Etymology; Form ,Classes (LanquageS); Grammar;-Idioms:
Language Patterns; Language Research; *Morphology*

. (Languages); Morphophonemics; Reference, Books;
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.. *Uncommonly Taught Languages; *Vocabulary
IDENTIFIERS *Aklanon; Philippines ,

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ABSTRACT
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ThiS Aklanon-English dictionary Consists of a lisi of
'basic toot words or word bases of Aklaion. The dictionary is designed
to be used both by native speakers of Aklanon and by foreign
learners: For, the former, it can serve to: (1) establish a uniform
system of 'spelling, (2) broaden or 'intensify the use and.
understanding of idiomatic standard Amer'ica'n' English, (3) serve As a
reference book for the-standard speech:of Kalibo, (4) ,broaden the. .
'vocabulary of ,those interested in studying their native language, and'
(5) inttodude a more linguistically oriented study of Aklanon. For
foreigw_learners, it is useful as a language-fearningtool. The
dictionary is preceded by a discussion of toot words and their
derivations, an outline of the six basic grammatical functions and

.the basic parts.,of speech f Aklanon, a discussion of ..morphophonemic
'change,and an explanation of, the *Conventions fot spelling the
°Aklanon dialect. A short bibliography of relevant references'follows
the dictionary. "(CLK)

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gl oho [Sp] (n)
gudntes' ISpI
gu dpn [Sp) (a'eli)

gtidpo (adj)
gubli \.(RV1) .

,gubd, (adj) [-S t,-;[
tibat (RV1)

1 manggugdbat,[();k] (n)
uba y
ub6k (RV3)

gub ydrno [SO] (n)
gubernador (n)

gakop [Oak] (n)
dgud (RV3)

u e &m os (RV1)
gtleang (RV6)

kaguedngan (n)
kagueangdn (n)
magdeang (adj)
maguedng (n)
minaguedng (adj)

gu e 6 (h) (RV1)
mague6 (adj)

gdeas (nj
e o t (RV1)

g6-go' (n)

gtlhit (n)
gtlhit (RV1)
panggtihit .(n)

gulaman (n)
gill- i t ]ma[ (adj)
gullok [AM (RV1)
gul6 ']ma(- (adj)

kaeagdlo .ttV8)
gtilpi (h) [SIB) {"adj)

gdiPi -(sT5)

grlovelo [Alt; g4d.ritis] -
globe, sphere ,

beautii14, pretty, good-looking [female] {Alt: gwdpal .
handsome, good-looking [male) -[Alt: g-Wdpo,] '
to damage, destroy, annihilate , .

, .,../. ".destroyed, amaged; annihilated. .
to challenge, assault ,
challenger, a sailant - e

to assist in w -ing, support in walking [Alt: agulray]
to aid, succor, .tome thelp

Gin-gdbkan iihaw k-U among kahildpit. 1 He was
aided by our neighbprs-.
government; rule
governor
purple ink
to work faithfully (or) assiduously (at)
to squeeze
to get older

' forest
eldest, oldest
old, elder
elder sister other; elder sibling
relating to older people or ways; "'of
generation", "adult [wy)"
to mess-up, get out of order [Cf: gul6(h)]
mixed up, messed up,jumbled; noisy [meeting]
abrasion; rash, skin disease; scabbies
to hack, scythe with ft downwafd motion [as when
cutting down banana leaves] [Alt: bdgeotj'
[treebark.used as shamPod] Entada phaSeoloides
(Linn) Merr. [and) Gianophyllum falcat..:m Blume.
small line, mark, dash, hyphen

3,olnake a mark
/ quill, pen

gelatin [made from seaweed,)
old [Syn: gdeang]-
to insert one's finger into the vagina
messy, out of order; noisy, having a q Irrelsom
atmosphere -

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the older

to quarrel with one 'another 4
k&Uddell (I y), quick(ly)`, without warning
to be taken aback, surprised, bega victim of a
sudden act

Nagulpihdn ak6 ku. imong pag-abot. / I was taken \
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g6m a [Sp] (n)
gu mam I 1 a ISM (n)
giimankon (n)
:gmok (EV1) [ST3]
gum6,-'gum61
gum,6n (RV1)."

guild (adj)
- gduaw (n)

gdnaw (RV1) ,
guni-guni(h)s. (n)
gu nit (adj)
gtin ot (n)
Vint lag (n)

gtinting (RV1)
antInting (n) .

gtingggng, (n)
d o s (RV1.)

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g6r a [Sp] (n)
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. gu r a in4 (n)
gti r o [Sp] (Dp)
gui6,-.gur6 (adj).
gur6e-gurbe (adj)
gu§dno ,[Sp] (n)
gusaW
gdso(h) [Sp] (n)
gd s ok (n)
gdito(h) [Sp] (n)

gdsto ,(ST5)
gdt a (n) *

gtIta(h) (RV3)
gdt ab (RV1)

gdt ang (RV6)
.gutingTgutang (h)

. gut.d w (n)
gdtgut (RV3)
gdtlab' (RV3)

gdflab (RV1)
. gut 6k (adj)---
gut6m (ST1)

gtitom (n)

L

ahaek by your arrival.'
rubber; tire;
[flower] Hibiscus rosasinensis L.
niece nephew
to crush [to get crushed, crumpled]
a hideaway behind shrubs or foliage
to make disorderly, put out of pla6e, mix up
[Opp; hdsay, tr.'`.hay] gul6(41--
crackecl/abradPd and about to fall apart [rubber]
end of the world (by flood).; the Flood [Genesis's]
to send a 'deluge, end tie worlc1 (by flood) ,
.iightmare [Syn: baugdngot]
tattered and beyond repair
[fibrous protection of each branchon pahn
scissors, shears
to cut with scissors (or) sfiears
[type of bolo]
fool, dope, dullard, [6f: gago]
to tie up

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Gas-a ro haligi.. / Tie up the post.
hat, cap [Akl: Icaeo]
[fish]

1)rbbably; .maybe [Ctr: sigtlro]
scratchy; unsmooth [surface] [Opp:dalino9.
rough, unsmooth; uneven [Opp: dalinot]. _ .'thread ;4.'t
[fish]
sung,prayer,, psalm, canticle
rib [bone]

/wi4, desire, liking
to like, \rant, desire, crave
rain, bridle; pull rope; rope for,plow
to put a rein (Or) bridle on; steer
to cut down, mow . \

Gutd.ba ro halimon6n. / Cut the grass down.
to get stuck in [mud], .get bogged down
[skin 'diseasedry, cracked skin] - \
taro. Colocasia, esculents. [Syn: gdhi]
to be disgusted, have regret(s); feel hae(ahout)
to cut out
to cut off the excess fibres [after finishir4\weaving]
tight, compact, hard,to pass through..

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trees]
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to be hungry
famine, ,hunger

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)c. BIBLIoGRAPHX--THOSE BOOKS WHICH CONTRIBUTED INFORMATION
RELATED TO OR INCOtt-PORATElltY,THISTUDY.

William H. BroWn,AsSEF PLANTS THE PHILIPPINES; TOL 'I - III
2,-

(1950) *eau of Science, anila -
Manuel Laserna, SUNGKAA A PAGSUEAT, PAGBASA AG PAGHAMBAE
IT INAKEANON (1916) Manila .
E. ,Arsenio Manuel, CHINESE ELEMENTS IN THE TAGALOG LANGUAGE
(1948) Filipiniana Publications
Howard cKaughan, A MARANA6 DICTIONARY (1967) Hawaii'llniv. Press

NM MI& AIR NO

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The author wish to gratefully act nowledgethe.help of ,the following:

- Mr. Anton'
:or locate the
ume sa. listed
- Mr. Thomas
who helped in th
- Mr. Ramon Al
de la Crdz, Mr.
Igasan and Rosita

Miss Ramona P.
ginning of this proje
- Atty. & Mrs. He
financial support in
- The United States P
in the persons `of: Mr.
Shackelton and Mrs. T
- Dr. Totamy Anderson
for their manysuggesti

Macabales cold Miss Ophelia Flores, for helping to identify
cientific plant names along with the help of Brown's three vol-
above. . f

. Marshall, past Peace Corps Volunteer in Banga, Aldan,
initial phases of this project, partiCularly in word gath \ ring..
, Mr. Rogelio Itol, Mr. Emmanuel P. Macabales,- Mr. henry.
emidej An e, Mr. Antero R. M. Relator, Mr. Raymundo .

autista for the lt informant work and help in wcrrd gathering. '
otus for her continued help ar-support from the very be-
t. :'
an"Laserna and Mr. & Mrs. Charles Aldecoa for their
derwriting thin project.
acp Corps for. its supl)ort of this project, particularly .
Arthur. Purcell, Mr. John Bossany,' Mr. Oharles
eresa Boucher.
and Mr. Jack Wigfield of Philippine Normal College

s on the format and,content of this book.

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ta

. "Al
Abr:
ALI
A. det

I adj
AE .
AF
Alt:
Ain
Bkd

Cf:
CV -
Ch
conj
Cor:
Cts:
D.
DV
Lice
dem

I)p

%MOH:VI . , t:-;1

associge tuncti oh ; possessive
- an abbreviation of

0a native ALI:mon w:ord
qui Adjective Determiner
an Adjective
"American English"-
in the Actqr Focus
an alternate form.
the 'Associate Marker
non-Kalibo. originating from-

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the mountain dialects
yeferto or confer with se'..!
a Causative. Quality yen,
originating from Chine'se
a Conjunction,
a corrupteclform
a contrition.
see thl147-dictionarY. page #
a Distributive Quality verb
a deictic or place word
a demonstratiye (pronoun]

Distributive veil.) form
Discourse Particle

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Oak old.or "deep" Aklanon term

in the Object. Focus
the Object-Marker
the opposite or' antonym of:
a prefix
plural form or meaning
indicates plurality or..variet
a Prepositional Element
a Pronounaform

r

a Question or Interrogative
particle
Referent function: indirect ob-
jedt, beneficiary, place.
member of the Inaki-g- verbs
Related to:
member of the mag- verbs
denoting some relationship

RF in the Referent-Focus
Rrn the Referent Marker
RV1 a Regular Verb, Class 1
six a suffix
sig a slang form tised or coined

by the younger generation
Sp borroped from Sponish .

w

ST1 Stative Verb, 'Class 1
stf a scientific or technical term
STQ the Stative Verb Qualifier -
sup a, superstitious belief or team
Syn: a synonym is:
TI Topic function
Tag borrowed fromTagalog
Tm the Topic Marker

.Tp a Transformation rodudt
V. det r a Verb Detdrrr.:rier
vul a vulgar or imp- 'ite form,-

*denotes position bf root word
denotes final glottal stop
denotes final unspelled /11/
denotes mepal glott4'stop
denotes accent.or stress': -
usually occurs witiVin this
form

'1 1 a type or species of; no exact
translation available /possible

OF
Om
Opp:.
pfx
p1

Pm
prep
pro
Qp

11/

REC. y
1.. Rel:

REL. v

Ein an Enuniefatie Particle
Eng- .1bommed from English
etc. --" et 'cetera (and so one
expr im expression or %vay of saying.
FE "Filipino English"
G. see GRAM.MAR, page It'
gen a general or standard term
Hil borrowed from Hiligaynon
lbj used in the vicinity of Ibajay
idm an idiom ,
ifx an infix
intj antnterjection (expression)
Jap borrowed from Japanese
Kin originating from.K.inaray-a
Lib 4 used in the vicinity of Libakavi

' Lm a linker orligature
i lee a lbcation or plade word

Nab developed by the late Dr. NabOr
'N. fiet a noun determiner
.Nt* a Negative particle
n,' a Noun or Nominal
4/ Object or Goal function

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