23.maneh wey  瞪眼揮拳

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董瑪女記音翻譯

2005-9

 


 

 

3.maneháwey瞪眼揮拳Throwing fists with glaring eyes

 

o ya asa  ta  ma-lavat do jía, i-panci tamo a maneháwey

     一個  我們   提到       這裡        我們     瞪眼揮拳  

koan na,

  

 

另外,我們在這裡提到的一件事情是,我們叫它manhawey,

Also, we mention something here that we call manhawey (i.e., throwing fists with glaring eyes),

 

o maneháwey iya am, no mey-ci-cinedkeran sira, tana

    瞪眼揮拳   這        若       建造大船         他們   不論是

ni-mey-ci-cinedkeran sira o tiye-sa ite-tngeh-an a, kaji

     建造大船         他們      一些     親族團體         

 da nivatkan do cinedkeran da am, ji dá  manehawayi o kma

他們  有雕刻        大船     他們      他們  瞪眼揮拳     像

sang,

那樣

 

關於這個manhawey,當建造大船的時候……,如果一個漁團(親族團)建造了大船,但是沒有雕刻,這艘船不能做manhawey的儀式,

About this manhawey, when you build a big boat……, if a fishing group (family group) builds a big boat without carving, this boat cannot be used for the manhawey ceremony.

 

o i-paneháwey no tao do pongso ya am, ori am, akmey

  瞪眼揮拳原因       人        島上   這       那個       像    

i-pa-’agnat so akmey sozi-sozi no tao iya,  ta no si   to 

   使提振               怒氣               萬一 一直

ta  mang-onong a, k-angey ta om-’agnat so cinedkeran ito

我們                   我們  抬舉         大船       那個

am, a ikong  dang o oy-ówyat ta koan na am, akmey

       什麼   那裡     力量   我們          就像 

pa-sozy-in o ka-taw-tao do dang a,

  使生氣        本身         那時

 

島上的人所以要manhawey,是為了提振士氣,使自己處於生氣憤怒的狀態,因為如果要去抬那艘大船的時候,我們會沒有力氣抬船,所以必須先激怒自己(讓自己很生氣的樣子,才有力量抬船)

The reason that people on the island want to throw their fists with glaring eyes is to increase morale, so that they will be in an angry state of mind. When they are going to carry that large boat, they may not have any energy to carry it, so they need to anger themselves first (let them feel very angry so that they have energy to carry the boat).

 

akman sang o ka-tovang-an a ma-cita  a ke-yli-an ta sir(a)

    那樣       對方          看見       村人         他們

or(i)  am, i to sira mici-api-apinpín-an sir(a) ori so

那些           他們    一隊一隊的            他們 那個       

ni-ka-tazak-a-tao-an a, k-angey da  mam-rapong rana so

   出生的                       他們       

i cínedkeran iya a manehawey,

   大船             瞪眼揮拳

 

在對方的村人也是一樣,他們依自己的年齡層自成一隊,然後一面manhawey,一面向大船前進去摸(圍住)大船,

:進行manhawwey的儀式時,通常參與manhawey的隊伍(男性)是從大船的兩端稍遠處,逐漸向船漸近,但小船無此儀式,

The village adjacent to us is the same way. They will line themselves up according to age, and as they manhawey, they close in on the large boat.

Note: while performing the manhawey ceremony, the lineup (men) that participates will start from the two sides of the boat and slowly approach it. Smaller boats do not have such a ceremony.

 

o i-panci ta i-ci-cirawat ta do pongso ya am, o manehawey

        我們  文化,習俗   我們    島上           瞪眼揮拳

iya am, beken-a ma-mozwow so anito, o mian do sahad no

       不是      驅趕                      裡面

cinedkeran or(i) a asa ka tao a mey-pazazewey, no ’agnat-en

   大船     那裡                持長刀者           /抛舉

da o cinedkeran eya am, amian ori do sahad no cinedkeran a,

他們    大船                那裡     裡面       大船

no mang-onong a m-angey do morong-an am, m-angey do maoji,

     直走                 船首                    船尾  

ori o ma-mozewow so anito,

那個     驅趕         

 

我們島上所稱的manhawey這個習俗呢,並不是趕鬼的意思; 當大船被抬著行進的同時,有一個人在船上,手持長刀一下往船首去,一下又往船尾去,他才是主要趕鬼的人,

The tradition that we call manhawey on this island is not meant to chase away ghosts. When the boat is being carried, one person will be on the boat with a sword walking from one end of the boat to the other; he is the main man for chasing away ghosts.

 

ta no ma-niring sira o anito am, ta si ji mo vozwaw-a sira

          他們                 驅趕    他們

o anito do sahad no cinedkeran or(i) am, ala ma-réhmet ori,

          裡面         大船    那個      可能  很重     那個 

ori o i-ci-cirawat ta do pongso iya a i-panci tamo a

那樣    文化,習俗    我們    島上             我們   

manehawey,

瞪眼揮拳

 

因為,鬼說,你若不把大船裡的鬼趕走,那艘船抬起來肯定會很重,這就是我們島上有關manhawey的習俗,

Because, ghosts say, if you don’t chase away the ghosts in the big boat, the boat will be very heavy. This is our tradition for manhawey on our island.