~valangia carry ‹burden› on o.'s shoulder using a stick

Part of Speech verb, transitive
Phonetic Form (i·)valaŋia
Tanema Equivalent ~valaña
Lovono Equivalent ~valaña
    • carry ‹burden› on o.'s shoulder using a stick
      • Example 2566:
        Pi-valangia nganae aipa ponu?
        What are you guys carrying (on your sticks)?

Related entries

  • See also:
    • ~labu1 hold ‹s.th.› in o.'s hands; grab, grasp / take ‹s.th., s.o.› in o.'s arms / touch ‹s.o.›, have body contact / massage / handle, treat ‹s.th., s.o.› in such and such a way; handle ‹s.o.› in such and such away / hold ‹skills, knowledge+›
    • ~tabe carry ‹child+› above o.'s belt, i.e. in o.'s arms or on o.'s shoulders / carry ‹s.th.› in o.'s arms (opp. ~valangia ‘carry w. stick’) / raise ‹o.'s hand, ma› as a gesture of blessing