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<poem> nya-ta- nya'ta, openly. d'nyan nya'ta, openly. nya'ta-kan, to make manifest, expose, reveal, explain, prove. k-nya'ta'an, explanation, proof, manifestation, revelation. nya'wa, life, the vital principle. Cf. hayat and jiwa. nya-wa-nya'wa i'kan, more dead than alive. bu-ang' nya'wa, to risk one's life. ber-nya'wa, having life, living. lyi'lu, the sensation of having the teeth set on edge ; also igilu. Tyi'ru, an instrument used for winnowing rice and other grains. jyi'ur, the coco-nut palm. Cf. Mapd. bu'ah nji'ur, the coco-nut. lyoiya, see nonja. o o'bah, to change, alter (intrans.). Cf. alch and tukar. o'bah-kan and m-rgo'bah, to change, make different, alter. o'bali-kan jan'ji, to break a promise. o'bat, medicine. o'bat b-dil', gunpowder. o'bat gu'na, charm, magic. Cf. hobatan and xj'/n'r. l'-tlai' o'bat, dispensary. tit'katy o'bat, apothecary, drug- gist. o'ba-ti, to cure. o'doh, ugly. o'fis (Eng.), office. Cf. gvdarg. ogot, see ugot, o lah. manner, way. s'o'lah and s'o-lah-o'lali, as if. o'lak, eddy, backwater, slu'lt<'iv<l side of buildings, etc. o'leh (106J, by, through, by means of. ber-o'leh, to possess, own, ob- tain possession of. ber-o'leh ja'sa, to get credit for a. good work. ber-o' It'll /K'r-iniii'ta'an, to ob- tain a request. bo'leh (45), able, can, may, might. f,cr-o'l<'-ltfiii, the thing obtain- ed, acquisition. o-lok-o'lok, to mock, jest, jeer at. om'bak, wave, billow. Cf. alun and (jloitihriHj. o'nak, the spines of the rattan palms. Cf. duri. ons'gas, bird; usually buroirf. oig'ka, a species of monkey, the wali-wah. oig'kos (D.), expenses; usually blanjn. on'ta, camel. bu'rorg on'ta, ostrich. o'pau (B.) (Chin. IO-JMU), purse. o'raig (84, 154), a person, in- dividual, man, people, per- sons. Cf. manusia, whicli means man as distinguished from other beings. o'raty a' nil, a certain man. o'raiy a'xiiy, a stranger. o'ratg ba'ryak, the people, the ])opulace, a crowd. o'raty b-nu'a, aborigines. o'raiy h-sar' , chief, headman. o'raiy bu'kit, wild tribes. o'raiy da'gatg, a foreigner. a lam, royal household.