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na2advnow, already'Igwa na 'aku ning bag'u nga sapātus.I already have new shoes.Makadtu na kita sa simbāhan.We will now go to church.neg advSomeone no longer has something.Waya' na 'aku ning kwarta.I no longer have money.neg advna naman1advSomething happens or a condition exists again, for the second time, next.Kalīpay na kami 'ina' niyan sa bayay kay nagkinita'an na naman kami.We were happy then at home because we had found each other again.Naglībag na naman 'ang disisyun ni Huwan.The decision of Juan the second time was inconsistent [with his previous decision].Pagkatāpus ning syam ka 'adlaw nga dasay sa kalag, yāra' na naman mapriparar ka ning pagkā'un nga 'itāhaw sa 'altar.After nine days of prayer to the soul, then next you will prepare food which will be served on the altar.cfliwat2'utru
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na-adj dervprefDerives an adjective.Waya' siya kasāyud nga, 'adtu 'ang 'inda kalāpit nga bayay, hay may nalūyag sa 'iya.He did not know that, as for that nearby house of theirs, there was someone who was fond of him [there].synka-2ka-2ma-2ma-2
na-abl gfSomeone or something was able to be acted upon by someone else.Abilitative aspect includes actions that happen to be done or are accidentally, casually or unintentionally done.Daku' gid 'ang pasalāmat ku kay 'aku hay nabutang naman sa siksyun wan kay sayud gid ninda nga 'ang 'ākun grādu hay matā'as.My giving thanks was intense because, as for me, [I] was able to be placed into section one because it was known by them that my grades were high.Napāka 'ang sundang ni Tāta Pinuy.The [handle of] Uncle Pinoy's cutting bolo was accidentally broken.cfgiN- giN- gina- gina- gina- giN-a -in-1-in-1 ma-1 ma-1 pag-a -un -un
na-anabl locf affA person, place or thing was able to be the location of an action performed by someone.Abilitative aspect includes actions that happen to be or are accidentally, casually or unintentionally the location of an action performed by someone.'Ina' nga manga 'unga' hay waya' gid ning natun'an nga trabāhu.As for those children, there was no work that was able to be learned [by them].cf- an - an gina-an gina-an gina-an gina-i giN-an -in-an1 -in-an4ka-an1mama-an ma-ima-ina-i pag-i nasayangan1The range of meaning of this locative focus affix includes what is generally called beneficiary focus.Nasayangan ni Mīlu sina Danīlu nga yadtu sa Mapula.Danilo and others happened to be seen by Milo there in Mapula.'Adtung 'iya ning 'asāwa hay nabakyan niya si Pitra ning 'ikaduha nga bisti.As for that husband of hers, Petra was able to have a second dress bought for [her by him].cfgiN-an -in-an4ka-an1ma-an
na-ineg abl locf affA person, place or thing was not able to be the location of an action performed by someone.Abilitative aspect includes the location of an action which did not happen to be done or was not accidentally, casually or carelessly done by someone.Waya' nasayūri nang 'ākun tatay nga nubyu ku na si Dyu.[It] was not able to be known by my father that Joe is already my boyfriend.'Anung klāsi nga manga 'unga'? Kay bīsan sūlat waya' 'aku madumdumi.What kind of children [are they]? Because even in a letter I have not been able to be remembered.Nagapasalāmat 'aku kay waya' da madipirinsyahi 'ang 'iya lāwas; waya' siya nag'abnurmal.I gave thanks because her body did not happen to be inflicted with a health problem; she did not become abnormal.cfka-an1ma-an ma-ipag-i neg abl locf affCV reduplication of the verb stem intensifies the validity of the verb.Waya' mu pa 'ina' nasasayūri 'ang manga batāsan nina Nīlu kay bag'u sinda diri sa 'ātun lugar.The attitude of Dino and others was not yet able to be known at all by you because they are new here in our place.cfma-ina-anpag-i
na'sp. var'ina'1that or those people, places or things, identified as near in place, prior reference or time