Bahuk UPDATED padak aik 23/4/2009

Dictionary
Temuan-English

A
Adak-have
Aii 1- water
Aii 2-day
Aik-day
Apik-Fire
Apin-monkey/ naughty ( boy or girl )
Apak- what
Anjai-cell for pets or animal
Ajih-you ( polite ) ( common use by Temuans in Rawang, Serendah and Sungai Tua)
Ajen-only
Anying-dog
Antip-to hold together
Antang-act like monkey
Akuk-me
Amik-take

B
Ba’ang-items/product/goods
Bahuk 1-new
Bahuk 2-Shoulder
Bauk-smell
Batak-Cannibal and Slave Trader  (from Indonesia)
Bawai-to carry
Bawai2-to married with
Bawang-onion
Bawang putih-ginger
Beak-sleepy
Beapak-how much
Becempung-gather in one a family
Beduk- to beat
Bekei- mess up/ unorganized
Bengak-insect
Bencap-go inside
Berek-brake
Berdalai- messy  (floor)
Bertengkek-skinny
bertekak-skinny
Bedabong-crawling
Bedigong-something big ( like “palak bedigung= big head )
Bejebuh- saliva bubble coming from mouth
Betengkek-skinny
Betengkek-angket- Skinny Minnie
Behi’ik-jelous
Belanda-porch
Belande-Duth
Beuol-bad stomach
Betinak-girl/woman
Betax-flat color, empty space 
Budak-kid
Bodok-kid
Bodek-kid ( use by Temuan in Banting )
Bo'ong-bird
Bonggeng-dancing culture
Bula-Ball
Bontong- fat stomach
Bokok-naïve, slow learner
Bolok-dear child
Barak-ugly
Bantai-chop
Bilak-when
Bihang- scold, to scold
Bisai-can, always
Biru-blue
Besetai-tear apart
Berketin-showing sad faces
Bergoceng-walk slowly
Bejahut-something comes from far away 
Bulan-moon

C
Ca’ak- way of
Caik-Find
Cabuh-useless spell
Cabok-Orang Asli rubber medicine
Cahas-sound of falling rain/ water falling rapidly
Caham-salty
Cahok-below land
Celau-great disaster/storm cause by human sin
Cegu-teacher
Cehi- thirsty
Cheleow-take e look, take a peek
Cenge- still on (light)
Cayau-to find
Caik-find
Cangkak-not care
Cebang-ope widely (door)
Ceper- saucer
Ceing-shouting sound
Colet- to mix with ( sauce )
Coyok-pig meat
Congkoh-to clear land by tractor
Cubak-try
Cubai-try
Cubai nah-let’s try
Cumuh-grow
Cuyun-muzzle
Cinak-chinese
Cinta-love
Chill-eyes whom been disturb by flash (light)
Cikai- cursing food become rotten

D
Da’ah-blood
Dabak- scar
Dae- young lady
De-adverb
Dengkeh- Shallow, tired carrying things, tired doing things
Derak-tractor
Degoh-pig/wild boar
Dengket-walking not normal ( because injured in legs)
Deyan-Durian
Didik- their
Dien-him/her
Diak-you

E
Enek-son or daughter (use by Temuan at Banting )
Engkem-Liquior
Enggang ,Kedai Enggang- Old scrap places
Engge-something to put
Ee'ngkung -  toad.
Entea-just now
Ekot-follow

F

G
Gacing-to slice
Gacun-poison
Gahie-disease/asthma
Gahop-wash face
Gaok- older sister
Gapat-close
Geik- Old uncle
Geyang-curly
Genjut-to shake
Genui-Grandmother
Genung-see/watch/stare
Gela 1-named
Gela 2-see, it’s true, isn’t it?
Gelas- Glass, Lazy
Gelap-dark,night time
Gelik1-Funny
Gelik2-Fear
Ge’ok- naughty
Gesen-caution
Gewat- scratch 
Gitihaik-now
Ginduk-miss
Gogo ( bongeng ) – village ceremonial  (Use by Temuan at Banting)
Gomen-Government
Guham-broken teeth
Gumpah-to wash a bottle.
Gutuk-gatak-hasty

H
Hagai-intimidated
Habat-habat-Caution
Hap-don’t have, not available
Hapo-maybe
Hajen-only (use by Temuan at Banting )
Hajak-only
Hempam- having sex
Hedap- very good ( use to tease other people )
Halak- India people
Habat-habat- careful
Hayam-chicken
Hangkai-to waste
Hantuk-ghost
Hamping-can be trust
Hampok-to praise   
Halak2- some kind of black magic to poison people
Hatik-heart
Haik-haik-everyday
Hinpon- Handphone
Higun-you all
Hinpun- handphone
Hitam-black
Hubai-take a look, try
Hujan-rain
Hung-circle by insect
Hodong-give name / giving title
Hok-fell pain

I
Inak- younger auntie
Ingat-remember
Imau-tiger
Ikan-fish
Isau-worried
Isau2-knife
Islam-Islam 

J
Jabe-large plastic bag
Jado-make 2 group or 2 individual from different side to fight one another
Jakun-Orang Asli Jakun
Jalan-walk
Jale-Naughty
Jalung, Mee Jalung- Hokieen Mee
Jantan-boy/man
Jaws-shark
Jaas-a rottan bag
Jengkak-jaw
Jelepok-lay down (because of sickness)
Jelempen- become smaller
Jellempen-ampen- smallest
Jelebau- tortoise
Jelingkot- lying relax on bed
Jelingkot-angkot – relaxing in bed ( doing nothing )
Jobok- Malay
Johek-waste of (rice)
Jok-forever
Jolo-fishing ( use by Temuan at Banting )
jonoi-to wander about
 

K
Kau-you
Kadok-bulldozer
Kamin- we are
Kampa- scrap
Kantik-shut close ( door or window )
Kasut-shoe
Kati-show
Katon-Cartoon
Kecit-to peel
Kedal-skin disease ( because splitting on others )
Kedik-hide
Kejai-to touch
Kejak-work
Kesat-wipe
Keju-tired(eyes)
Keju2-cheese
Kejok-stay forever
Keletuh- Throw
Kendeng- to fold (sheet)
Kentong-shell
Kentong2-old items
Kelaha-want it so bad (items, good)
Kedik-hide
Keledik-hiding
Kelo-something done regularly
Kelobok-butterfly
Kemat- love potion
Kemuhak- all, together
Kempoi-to blow a wind ( using fan )
Kempui-slow
Kencek-to ruins(food)
Kencoh-to spray(hot water)
Kentong-old (shirt)
Kelingak-ear
Kelucung-wrap entire body
Kelobok-butterfly
Kesit-finish, out of ( water )
Ketit- fungus
Kite-car
Ketai-we
Kiten-we are
Kitain-we are
Kiak- count
Kiai, kain kiai-curtain
Kapal-heli- helicopter
Koceng-cat
Kompute-computer
Kuang-less
Ku’us-skinny
Kugiran-band
Kuku-kaka –Hustle
Kupui- alcoholic person, addicted to alcoholic  
Kari-Curry
Krismas-Christmas
Kristian-Christian

 

L
Lah- that way
Lamak-old
Law- rule
Lawan-fight
Lengkong-pudding
Limpa-Throw
Lip lap- blinking, Lampu lip lap=blinking light
Lipu- bait
Landok- Orang Asli dance ( a.k.a Sewang )
Lanjan-scratch
Lantai-floor
Langhabah-spider
Lapa-hungry
Lepas-let go
Lenje-melt, not hard
Lentat-fluid drop ( example: water drop )
Lempit-clear land
Lode-mud
Logot-to spend time away from home
Logo- to wander about ( past tense )
Lonco- to slip out
Loyeot- to wander about
Lu’us-straight
Lujh-Mamak Bungsuk ( in Semai language )

M
Mamak- Younger uncle
Makan-Eat
Mahung- unpleasant smell
Manik-shower
Mangkea-sexy girl
Ma'eh- old time
Maen-once upoh a time, long time a go
Matak-eyes
Matik-die
Medum-camping
Me’eh-full stomach
Meesap-unknown way
Meosep-short cut
Memulan- continuously laughing
Mengkah-die2
Menghe’eng=leaning
Menceh- balance or change (money)
Mengapa-ngapa - messy (room)
Mersing-crispy
Mayuk- Malay
Mendu-sexual intercourse
Mengecang-feeling angry
Mahado- visiting neighbor, relative etc
Mecang-angry faces
Mengkah-die, go to hell ( curse word )
Mehamak-greedy
Melande- searching for tin ( jobs )
Melela-want to eat everthing
Melele-lela- want to eat everthing  
Mi'ah-red
Mihak- faeces
Mi Jalung- hokkien mee
Miki- think
Miskin-poor
Missi-nurse
Moto- motorcycle
Muduk-crunchy
Mui-mother,mum
Mutan-Rambutan
Mulan-mulan- continuously laughing
Mutukah-car
Muyang-guardian angle/ ancestor/ god

N
Nak-want
Nago-receptacle
Nancil-sexual intercourse
Nenala-always
Neyak- shouting  
Niak-Don't have
Ngan, Ngan aku -  literally, "don't want" or "not for me!"
Ngaak-Die
Ngap Sayop-like Banzai in japanese
Ngencing-pee / urine
Ngelenye- make fun, act funny
Ngelesat-fell hurt or pain
Ngikai-make fun of food and food become rotten
Niak -  not available, not around, gone; "ain't got nothin'..."
Nidai-pretend to
Nin- Here, This
Nipuk-lie
Nise-felt pain or sad
Ninik-Grandfather
Nyap- can't
Nyahat-Not good
Nyayak- continue
Ngan-don't want
Ngohot- whistling
Noron-bulldozer
Nyenye- teasing, making fun
Nyolong-at first, starting

O
Ong-you ( common use by Temuans in Pangsun, Selangor and Pahang )

P
Pahabung-rooftop
Pahau-don’t
Pancek- liquor
Panang-see
Pantem-monkey meat /  leaf monkey, considered a delicacy at ritual feasts.
Pecih-tears in eyes because of onion
Pejo-raining season
Pegik-Go
Pelat-has win (lotto), engage with
Pelembai-to sprinkle
Pelik- surprised, to wonder
Pepopek-everywhere
Pemegik-on the way
Pendu-rape
Pengit- unpleasant cooking smell
Penyaden-small children ghost
Pekuk-Indonesia people
Perdok-boil
Pekuh-pretend to sleep
Pelahang-show off
Pelui-appear
Pegang-touch
Pesek-to tease
Pengencet- mosquito spray
Penteng-to carry
Pigik-Well
Pahau-don't
Pokok-tree
Punan - symbolic food sharing rite, based on the belief that it's bad luck for someone present
              at a meal not to at least touch the food.
 

Q

R
Runde-to take a walk

S
Sal ( Kain Sal )- towel
Sayat-to cut
Sakit-hurt
Sayu-vegetables
Segan-don’t want
Seim- unpleasant smell (like the smell of rotten milk)  
Setat-began, turn on,
Se- always
Seka’ang-now
Semayang-pray
Semai-Orang Asli Semai
Semai2-to plant seed
Semomok- Orang Asli cooking  leaf/ variety of leafy vegetable.
Senang-easy
Sentong-handraft bag
Sengalan-rock blender
Sengkelek- loose pants
Sengkelek-alek- wearing a loose pant
Sengkip-to put under
Sewe-rent
Sewang-orang asli dance
Sinin-here
Simpai-a rattan rope
Suat-letter
Sulak-cold, cannot because it’s cold
Sunun-there
Suwang-alone
So’ok-hide
 
T
Tago-to restore (water), receptacle
Tahak- Old Auntie
Tan-young man
Tangkep-skinny
Tanging-show, present
Takah-to cut using parang
Talik-rope
Tawai-laughing
Tawas- unusable medicine
Tuk- there
Tungguk-wait
Tunggui-wait
Tulung-help, helping
Tai- add verb ( example 'Ke manak ajih tai?')
Takut-afraid
Tating-to lift up (clothes)
Te- add veb ( example ' kain te' tating!)
Tea-that one/ just know
Te’ang-brightness, light
Tengek-to boil hot water
Tenget-to light up fire
Telanjang-naked
Telit-light up (fire)
Telon-to shove
Temai-later
Tempot- to touch skin with things
Tempot 2- Lay down
Temuan-Orang Asli Temuan
Tengkoi-cripple arm
Tekoih-nyap tahan
Terai-try
Terenjai-riding, cycling
Terenjai-anjai-enjoy riding/ cycling
Tating-  to raise; to lift
Tibi-asthma
Tidu-sleep
Tilak-lame (feet)
Timak kasih- Thank you
Titih-said by/ told by/ telling their story
Tongkot-stay at one places
Tv-television 

U
Uwang-People
Untuhik- Old man/woman
Umah-home/house
Umpai-nyak- looks like,
Umput-grass
Umputih- Caucasian
Undi-vote
Ungkeh- shake
Ula-snake

 

V

 
W
Wak-old untie or uncle
Wang-people

X

Y
Yangkak- not care2
yangkak-to climb (hill)
Yak- ok, yes

Z
Zuu-zoo

Number

Satuk-one
Duak-two
Tigak-three
Empat-four
Limak-five
Nam-six
Tujuh-seven
Lapan-eight
Semilan-nine
Sepuluh-ten

Temuan Old System Count

Sai-one
Menuai-two
Melikai-three
kalau-four
manai-five
pitan-six
tanduk-seven
koceng-eight
cagok-nine

Week
Aii satuk- Monday
Aii duak- Tuesday
Aii tigak- Wednesday
Aii empat- Thursday
Aii limak- Friday
Aii nam- Saturday
Aii minggu- Sunday

Family
Muyang- great grandfather/ grandmother
Ninik- grandfather
Genui/ Gendui- grandmother
Geik-older uncle
Tahak-older auntie
Wak-older uncle/ auntie
Mamak- younger uncle
Inak- younger auntie

 

HANCU LUHUT NANU= is Temuan sacred VOW and same as the word I CROSS MY HEART AND HOPE TO DIE.

 

Sample sentences:

1.Nyap adak apak-apak tai
-No, it’s nothing

 

2.Pahau de amik!
-Do not take it!

3.Ajih nak pegik manak tai?
-Where do you want to go?

4.Akuk ginduk dekat ong/ajih/kau
-I miss you

5.Ngan akuk!
-No, I don’t want.

6.Ajih Kelak
-Damn you

7.Pahau macam nin tai
-Don’t be like this

8.Ong dah makan belum?
-Are you already take your meal?

9.Pahau de buat macam tea tai?
-Don’t do like that

10.Akuk nak pegik logo nin.
-I want to take a trip

11.Kayuk!!
-Go away ( to chase away dog )

12.Jalan bebaik kelak
-have a safety trip

Proverb

1.Tulak de ke’ak- don’t say something bad thing that other person do our will do the same bad thing done by that person too.


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