Romblomanon - English


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'ābutvSomeone is encountered or overtaken by someone else, or with something as a sickness.'a'abūtunvSomething is inherited by someone.Hambay ku gāni', "'A, mus na kita; 'a'abūtun pa kita dri ning daku' nga 'uyan."What I said was, "Well, let's go now; we will surely be overtaken by more rain."ma'abūtan'Ang gustu ku hay manga 'alāhas lang kay ma'abūtan pa nang 'ākun manga 'unga'.What I want is just jewelry because there will still be something that will be inherited by my children.na'ābut, na'abūtanNa'abūtan ni Nīna nga buhi' pa 'ang 'iya 'asāwa.Her husband was encountered by Nena still alive.Na'ābut ni Huwan si Pablu sa karsāda.Paul was overtaken by John along the street.'Ang hinug nga bugnay, pinya nga hinug, langka' nga hinug kag kabūgaw hay 'indi' pwīdi nga ka'ūnun ning dungan kay bāsi' kunu kung 'abūtun ka ning sakit nga sūka ma'ūyu.As for ripe bignay fruit, ripe pineapple, ripe jackfruit and pomelo, that these will be eaten at the same time is not expedient because they say you might be overtaken with diarrhea illness.
'ūna1adjthe first action, person, situation, thing, time, unit of measurementWaya' ning swirti 'ining 'ākun nanāhun sa pag'asāwa kay 'ang 'iya 'ūna nga 'asāwa hay buratsu kag sugaruy.This consanguine aunt of mine had no luck in taking a spouse because her first husband was a drunkard and gambler.synnang primīru pang'isa, 'ika'isa pang'isa, 'ipa'isapang'isa, 'ipa'isapirstpirstpirstprimīra, primīruprimīruprimīruprimīru nga lati' (lati' 1a) cf'isa 'ūnuwan22, Ordinal Numbersadjsynnang primīru 'adtu nang 'ūna21advAt that time something happened or a state existed.'Adtu nang 'ūna, barātu pa 'adtu 'ang manga balakyānun.At that time, purchase items were still cheap.synprimīru2indef pronthe first one, first thingPamāti' kamu kung 'anu nga hāyup 'ang 'ūna nindu nga mabati'an nga maghūni kung Bag'ung tū'ig, hambay ni Lūla.You listen for which animal is the first one that will be heard by you to call when it is New Year's day, said Grandmother.Kung yadtu ka na sa 'ibābaw 'ang 'ūna nga humanun mu hay limpyuhan 'ang niyug.When you are already at the top, the first thing that should be done by you is to clean away [the upper part of] the coconut palm.synprimīru3ti pronthe first timeHay nahuya' 'aku kay 'ūna pa lang nākun nga pag'atūbang sa miyur.I was shy because it was the first time of my facing the mayor.synprimīru4card numone o'clock or any minute division of the following hour'ala 'ūna 'imidyaone thirty o'clockcf'isa 'ūnuwan21, Cardinal Numbers5vSomeone is replaced by someone else as first in doing something after them.'ūna ning matavSomeone is seen first by someone else.ma'unāhanMalīgus 'aku ning 'āga pa para ma'unāhan ku si Marta.I took a bath in the early morning so that Martha would be replaced by me as first.na'una1adjSomeone is first in doing something.Na'una is predicate; the one who is first is topic; and that first in being done is expressed by a phrase, introduced by an optional nga.Na'una pa gāni' sinda magbāya' kay 'indi' ninda kāya 'ang liksyun, kay kahuga' 'ang pradyik.They were first to quit because they were not able to do the lesson because the project was difficult.2advFirst something is done, then something else is done.'Ūna ginahungītan nang nubyu 'ang nubya; tapus 'ang nubya naman 'ang mahūngit sa nubyu.First the bride has food put into [her] mouth by the bridegroom; then the bride is the one who will put food into the mouth of the bridegroom.cfprimīruna'unāhan ning mataNa'unāhan ku ning mata si Dilya; gāni' nakapanāgu' 'aku pāra waya' niya 'aku makīta'.Delia was seen first by me; that's why I was able to hide so that I would not be seen by her.nang 'ūna, nang 'unavarnang 'ūna nga panahun, nang 'una nga panahunnang 'ūna nga tyimpu2ti advat first, in the past, long ago'Inang 'ākun 'asāwa, nang 'ūna 'ina' nang nagapangasawa pa lang, maskin di'in ka makadtu manunut 'itun.As for that husband of mine, at first, when he was courting me, anywhere one would go, this one would accompany [me].Nahuya' lang 'aku nang 'una nga magpangasawa sa 'iya kay kadāmu' 'ang 'ākun karībal sa 'iya.I was shy at first to court her because my rivals for her were numerous.Nang 'ūna nga panahun, bāgu mag'asāwa 'ang 'isa nga babāyi, hay 'ang 'iban nga natatabu' hay 'ang magūyang ninda 'ang nagadisisyun.In the past, before a woman married, in some instances the parents were the ones who made the decision.'Ini kunu hay ginasunud nang 'ātun manga magūyang nang 'ūna pa nga tyimpu.They say that this was being followed by our old folks in the past.
'isda'nfish'Ang nagasuyud nga 'isda' sa tabūnan hay ma'āyu nga klāsi.The fish that go inside deep sea fish traps are special class fish.Nakabakay na kami ning 'isa ka saga' nga 'isda' kay didtu 'aku nag'īban 'ina' ning kwarta sa binta nang 'ays kindi.We were able to buy one string of fish because I deducted that money from the sales money of the ice candy.Pwīdi ka na maka'ūli' sa 'indu bayay pāra malimpyu mu 'ang 'īmu 'isda'.It is appropriate that you will go home to your house now so that you will clean your fish.Fish are sold by the piece or string saga'.; Fish are prepared for cooking lūtu' by being cleaned malimpyu.'adūbu nga 'isda'nfish adobo'inīhaw nga 'isda'nbroiled fish, broiled over coalsginat'an nga 'isda'nfish cooked in coconut milk extractkinīlaw nga 'isda'2nraw marinated fishFish are sliced thin and marinated in black pepper paminta, hot peppers katumbay, ginger luy'a, onions sibūyas, salt 'asin, vinegar sūka' or lime juice duga' nang larangha and soy sauce tūyu. Eaten raw.lurit nga 'isda'2nspicy coconut flavored fishCooked in vinegar sūka' and water; when cooked, coconut milk extract gata' and hot pepers katumbay are added.8, Foods Made with Coconutpangisdā'unnfish populationKa'āyu pa gid ang pangisdā'un kag barātu da 'ang biyakyun.The fish population was still very plentiful and purchase items were cheap.prītu nga 'isda'nfried fishsarsa nga 'isda'na fish salsa dishA cooked mixture of broiled fish 'isda' nga 'inīhaw, salsa coconut meat niyug nga sarsāhun, onion slices sibūyas, lime juice duga' nang larangha, hot peppers katumbay, and other seasonings. Used as a side-dish food suya' during mealtimes.
'alasadvAn event happens or a state exists at any hour or fraction thereof from two to twelve o'clock.Kung tunā'an mu ning 'alas sayis nang 'āga 'ang pagdābuk manga 'alas tris nang hāpun lūtu' gid 'ang lūgit.If you begin the building of fire at six o'clock in the morning, about three o'clock in the afternoon the copra is already cooked.vIt becomes any hour or fraction thereof from two to twelve o'clock.'ala1advAn event happens or a state exists at one o'clock.Kahāpun, Lūnis, nang manga 'ala 'ūna 'imidya, nagbunit 'aku sa 'āmun tungud, 'aba kadamu'dāmu' 'ang bayānak!Yesterday, Monday, at about one-thirty o'clock I went fishing with hook and line near our house; oh, there are very many mullet fish!2vIt becomes one o'clock.nag'ala 'ūna became one o'clockma'alasHay siniru' ku 'ang 'ākun rilu, ma'alas dyis na.When I looked at my watch, it was already becoming (i.e., was almost) ten o'clock.mag'alasMagsāyud ka na nang 'adtung tūbi' nang kabūhi' bāgu mag'alas dūsi nang gab'i.You catch that water of life now before [it] will become twelve o'clock midnight (lit., twelve o'clock of the night).pagka'alasti gerupon its becoming any hour or fraction thereof from two to twelve o'clock Hambay ku gāni' kay Dirāno, "Pagka'alas nuwībi," nga nākun, "Pa, kadtu'a sina Lūsi kag siru'un."I said to Derano, "Upon becoming nine o'clock," I said, "Pa, go to Lucy and the others and check [on them]."
'asāwana husband, a wife; i.e., a spouseNang pagbālik ku diri sa Rumblun nagpakasay 'aku sa 'ākun 'asāwa nga si Dilya.Upon my return here in Romblon, I married my wife Delia.'asa'asāwapl nhusbands and/or wives, i.e., spouses'Imaw 'ini 'ang sistīma nang pagtinawagan nang pangāyan nang manga 'asa'asāwa nang manga magmanghud.This is the custom regarding the naming of spouses of younger siblings.'asāwa nga babāyina wife'asāwa nga lyākina husbandMay yāra' pa nga manga mag'asawa nga kung 'ang 'inda 'asāwa nga lyāki hay nasuhung na sa pagkinadtu sa 'ini nga manga lugar hay pirmi na sinda naga'ināway.There were some couples who, when their husbands became accustomed to always going to these places (i.e., drinking place, prostitution dens), they continually quarrel.'asawāhanna married personSa baskitbul, kadamū'an nga lakut dira' hay manga sultīru; malaka' lang 'ang 'asawāhan.In basketball, most of those who join are unmarried men; only a few are married people.'asawāhan nga babāyina married woman'asawāhan nga lyākina married man'asawāhunKung nahuman niya sa 'asāwa nga 'iya lukūhun, ma'abut man 'ang 'ūras nga huhumanun da 'itun niya sa 'ākun kung 'ākun siya 'asawāhun.If [that] was able to be done by him to his wife to whom he acted dishonestly, the time will surely come when this will also be repeatedly done by him to me if he will be taken as a spouse by me.'ipa'asāwa, pa'asawāhun'Ang hambay nang 'ākun nanay, "'Ayaw magtāngis kung 'imaw 'ina' nga lyāki 'ang gustu nāmun nga 'ipa'asāwa sa 'īmu."My mother said, "Don't cry since that man is the one who we desire will be allowed to marry you."Pa'asawāhun na nātun 'ang 'ātun pitu nga prinsīsa.Our seven princesses will now be allowed by us to marry.'isa ka pag'asaw'anna mated pair of animals or birds'Ari lang gid nyan kumari diri sa 'ākun si Klara kay nagapangayu' ning manuk nga 'isa ka pag'asaw'an kay 'inda kunu 'alilā'un sa Tablas.Only now, Clara came to me because she was asking for a mated pair of chickens, a hen and a rooster, because [they] will be domesticated by them in Tablas.Animals and birds are mated for the purpose of breeding.gin'asāwa, 'inasāwaBāsi' 'aku 'ang gin'asāwa nang 'īmu 'amīgu?How was it that I was the one taken as a spouse by your friend?'Inasāwa nang tatay 'ang 'iya 'umāgad nga babāyi.His daughter-in-law was taken as a spouse by the father.gina'asāwaMay yāra' naman nga byūda nga 'ang gina'asāwa liwat hay lyāki nga buyag sa 'asāwa.There are some widow ladies there who are married a second time by older men separated from their wives.ginapa'asāwa'Ang duha nga 'inda ginapa'asāwa, hay waya' ning kalipāyan sa 'inda ning tagipusū'un.As for the two who are being allowed by them to marry, there is no happiness in their hearts.ginapangasawa'Ayaw nindu magminūsa 'ina' si Karlus kay 'ang 'iya 'ina' ginapangasawa sa Nuyba Biskāya hay nigusyanti nga 'īta.That Carlos should not be despised by you because the one who is being courted by that one in Nueva Vizcaya is an Aeta business woman.ginapangasawahan'Ang lugar nga ginapangasawahan ni Arnuld hay lugar nang gina'istaran ni Turing kag nang 'iya 'unga'.The place where Arnold is courting is the place where Toring and her children live.ginayu'asāwa'Ang 'isa nga babāyi nga ginayu'asāwa nang tumbuy hay nagapangita' gid 'ina' ning midyus kung papa'unu niya malayāsan.Some women with whom tomboys play marriage look for ways how [the tomboy] would be able to be left behind by her.ginpa'asāwaGinpa'asāwa nang 'iya tatay si Birtu didtu sa 'unga' nang hāri'.Berto was allowed by his father to marry the daughter of the king.ginpangasawa, pinangasāwaNang 'aku naga'idad katursi 'anyus 'aku hay ginpangasawa na.When I reached the age of fourteen years, as for me, [I] was already courted [by someone].Kay Tāta Dīnu na 'aku nagbāhuy hasta nga pinangasāwa.I grew up with Uncle Dino until [I] was courted.kapangasāwaWaya' da kunta' 'ina' si Nardu kapangasāwa sa 'ākun kung bukun si Mamay Dilya.Nardo would probably not have been able to court me if it had not been for Mother Delia.kapapangasāwa1abl gersomeone's being able to court someoneKung si Rūni 'ang 'ākun ma'asāwa hay palangga' 'aku niya kay dūgay na da siya ning ti'is sa 'ākun ning kapapangasāwa.If Ronnie will become my spouse he will love me because he spent a long time enduring in being able to court me.2imper vCourt someone!Kung gustu mu na mag'asāwa, hay pangasāwa na lang sa 'iba!If you want to marry now, court someone else!3vSomeone, usually a girl, is courted by someone else, usually a boy.4vma'a'asāwaReduplication of the first consonant and vowel of the stem indicates multiple undergoers.Kadāmu' 'ang 'ākun ma'a'asāwa pīru 'isa lang 'ang nanay.There are many now who would surely be able to be married by me, but my mother is only one.ma'a'asāwa, mapapangasāwaThe forms na'asāwa and ma'asāwa have two meaning interpretations, depending on the context: na'asāwa 'was able to be married', or 'became a spouse'; ma'asāwa 'will be able to be married', or 'will become a spouse'.Nyan yāri 'aku sa 'īmu kay gustu ku nga 'ikaw 'ang ma'a'asāwa ku.Now I am here with you because my desire is that you will really be able to become my spouse.'Igwa na 'akuy ginkasundu' nga pāra sa 'īmu mapapangasāwa.I have an agreement that [someone] will really become your spouse.ma'asāwa'Ang ma'asāwa mu hay mabū'ut 'itun kag ma'āyu.As for the one who will be able to be married by you, this one should be considerate and good.ma'asāwa, maga'asāwaMay yāra' nga lyāki nga namamatay 'ang 'inda 'asāwa, natural lang nga 'ini hay ma'asāwa pa liwat.There are some men whose spouses have died, it is just natural that they will marry again.Gustu nang 'ākun manga ginikānan maga'asāwa gida kita nga duha.My parents want that we two will marry.ma'asāwa, mapangasāwaMas ma'āyu gida nga 'ang 'īmu ma'asāwa, hay 'ang gustu nāmun nga maghayāli.It is better that the one who will become your spouse is one who we siblings like.'Indi' gid si Nāna Nīna gustu nga 'aku 'ang mapangasāwa nang 'iya 'unga'.Aunt Nena does not like that I am the one who will become the spouse of her child.mag'asawa1n2va married couple'Ang mag'asawa hay nagbuyag kay 'ang lyāki hay buratsu.As for the married couple, they separated because the man is a drunkard.3vSomeone marries someone else.mag'asāwainfto get married'Ang sabat ku sa 'ākun nanay, "Kamu na lang 'ang mag'asāwa kay malāyas 'aku."I answered my mother, "You [two] just be the ones to get married because I will run away."Kagustūhan ni Rusalinda nga mag'asāwa na si Nardu.It is Rosalinda's desire for Nardo to get married.mag'asāwa, 'umasāwaNang 'ūna nga panahun, bāgu mag'asāwa 'ang 'isa nga babāyi, hay 'ang 'iban nga natatabu' hay 'ang magūyang ninda 'ang nagadisisyun.In the past, before a woman married, in some instances the parents were the ones who made the decision.'Indi' 'aku mag'asāwa pāra waya' 'aku ning 'agwin.I will not marry so that I will have no disturbance.Kung 'aku hay waya' na, 'indi' ka na mag'asāwa!If I am already gone, do not marry again!Kung mag'asāwa 'aku sa 'indi' ninda gustu, hay 'indi' da sinda magpasinlabut.If I marry whom they do not like, they will not have concern [for me].Kalulū'uy 'aku kay 'aku na lang 'ini nga 'isa kung 'umasāwa ka nga dā'an.I am to be pitied because I will be alone if you marry now.mag'inasāwainfto keep on marrying'Ang gina'īsip niyan nang manga tāwu hay mag'inasāwa na kag magpakasay.The thoughts now of people is for them to keep on marrying and to have wedding ceremonies performed.magka'asāwaMa'isturya 'aku nang 'ākun na'agihan nang 'unga' pa 'aku hasta nga magka'asāwa.I will tell about my experiences from my youth until being able to marry.magpamag'asāwa, mag'iyasāwa, masig'asāwa, magsig'asāwaMasig'asāwa da sinda; 'ang nag'ūna 'asāwa 'ang babāyi si Lūsi.They each will marry; the first woman marrying was Lucy.Kung 'ang manga 'unga' ku tanan magpamag'asāwa na, 'aku hay waya' na ka'ibāhan.If all my children will each have already married, as for me, [I] will no longer have a companion.magpangasawa1infto court someoneNahuya' lang 'aku nang 'una nga magpangasawa kay Turing kay kadāmu' 'ang 'ākun karībal sa 'iya.I was shy at first to court Toring because I had many rivals for her.2Kung may magpangasawa kay Saling nga ma'āyu hay mag'asāwa na lang sya.If someone who is good courts Saling, he had better just marry [her].maka'asāwa, magka'asāwaMaswirti 'ang maka'asāwa sa 'unga' ni Dun Lurinsu kay kagwāpa nga dalāga.The one who will be able to marry the daughter of Don Lorenso will be lucky because she is a beautiful young lady.Kung si Klara hay 'indi' pa maka'asāwa, magagūyang siya nga dalāga.If Clara will no longer be able to marry, she will become an old maid.Napakaswirti nang babāyi nga magka'asāwa ning bukun buratsu.A woman is very lucky who will be able to marry someone who is not a drunkard.makaka'asāwa'Ang dalāga nga nagakanta sa 'abūhan mintras siya nagalūtu' hay makaka'asāwa ning byūdu.A young lady who sings at the cooking place while she is cooking will surely happen to marry a widower.makapangasāwaPuydi na gali' 'aku sa 'īmu makapangasāwa kay waya' 'ikaw ning nubyu.It is surely possible that I will be able to court you now because you have no boyfriend.mangasāwaThe prefix ma- inflects the form pangasāwa; the resultant form: mangasāwa.Nagpamuhun si Nistur sa maguyang ni Mamay nga mangasāwa gāni' kunu siya sa 'ākun.Nestor asked permission of Mother's older brother that he would court me, he said.na'a'asāwaMay yāra' nga byūda nga babāyi nga 'ang na'a'asāwa liwat hay sultīru nga may 'idad na.There are some widow women in which, as for those who were consistently able to be married a second time [by them, they] were unmarried middle-aged men.na'asāwaBukun tanan nga tāwu nga manggarānun 'ang na'asāwa hay maswirti.Not all people who were able to be married by rich people were lucky.na'asāwa, napangasāwa'Ang na'asāwa ni Marya 'igwa da ning 'asāwa.As for the one who became the spouse of Maria, he already has a spouse.May trabāhu 'ang napangasāwa ni Hwāna; gāni' waya' da sinda ginakūli' sa pagpangabuhi'.The one who became the spouse of Juana has work; therefore they did not have difficulty in their way of living.nag'asāwa, 'umasāwa'Ang na'agihan ku nang 'aku hay bāta' pa, hasta 'aku nag'asāwa na.This is my experience [from] when I was still young until I married.Nang 'umasāwa na kami, hay tatlu pa lang ka 'adlaw hay naghambay siya nga 'indi' siya gustu na magtinir didtu sa 'āmun bayay.When we married, after only three days she said that she did not want to stay there in our house.nag'iyasāwaThis form signals a distributive relationship; that is, each of two or more marry someone.Nag'iyasāwa na 'ang 'ākun manga hāli.My brothers and sisters have each already married.naga'asāwaNang waya' pa naga'asāwa 'ang 'ākun lyāki nga 'unga' 'ang 'inda pagsinundānan maghayāli hay ka'ayu'āyu gid.When my young son had not yet married, their companionship as siblings was very good.Waya' pa sinda ga'asāwa nang sinda nagkadtu sa Sibūyan.They had not yet married when they went to Sibuyan.nagapangasawa'Inang 'ākun 'asāwa, nang 'ūna 'ina' nang nagapangasawa pa lang, maskin di'in ka makadtu manunut 'itun.As for that husband of mine, before when he would court [me], anywhere one would go, this one would accompany [me].nagapyupangasāwaMay yāra' pa nga manga lyāki nga 'ābir 'asawāhan na hay nagapyupangasāwa pa sa manga dalāga.There are still some men who, even though they are already married people, are still casually courting young ladies.nagpamag'asāwaNagpamag'asāwa 'ang 'āmun manga 'unga', nga waya' sinda sa 'āmun pudir.Our children each married, so they were not under our authority.nagpangasawaPagkatāpus ni Sūsan magprinsīsa, sa 'inda pyista, 'igwa sa 'iya nagpangasawa nga taga'ibang lugar.After Susan's becoming a princess at their fiesta, there was someone who courted her from another place.nagpinangasāwaNagpinangasāwa si Dīnu' sa 'ākun; nagakadtu na sya sa bayay kay manirbīhan.Dino kept on courting me; he would go to our house to help.nagpyupangasāwaNagpyupangasāwa 'aku kay Māming ning 'isa lang kasimāna.I casually courted Mameng for only one week.naka'asāwa, nagka'asāwaNang sundālu na si Birting, naka'asāwa siya ning tagaLagūna, ma'istra sa Lus Banyus.When Berting was already a soldier, he happened to marry someone from Laguna, a teacher from Los Baños.'Imaw 'ini 'ang 'ākun 'ikspiryinsya nang sultīru pa 'aku hasta 'aku nga nagka'asāwa.This was my experience when I was still an unmarried man until I was able to marry.nakaka'asāwaMaswirti kunu 'ang lyāki nga nakaka'asāwa ning babāyi nga mahūgud kag matūbis.They say that a man is lucky who is truly able to marry a girl who is industrious and tidy.pa'asāwacaus vSomeone is allowed by someone else to marry someone.pag'asāwa11gersomeone's marrying someone else'Imaw 'ini 'ang swirti ku sa pag'asāwa ning bāta' pa.This is my lot in marrying while still young.2imper vMarry someone!'Ang hambay ni Tātay kay Samsun "Kay 'ikaw 'ang kamaguyāngan, pag'asāwa na lang!"Father told Samson, "Because you are the eldest, marry now!"3vSomeone is married, is taken as a spouse by someone else.4vpag'asāwa2na marriage'Ang maguyang ni Rūsa, hay sa 'ātun pudir natabu' 'ang pag'asāwa niya.As for the older sister of Rosa, her marriage took place under our authority.Nang 'ūna pa lang nāmun nga pag'asāwa ni Sinti, naghīmu' siya ning tabūnan nga pitu ka bilug.At the beginning of the marriage of Cente and me, he made seven pieces of deep sea fish traps.pagpa'asāwa1gersomeone's allowing or causing someone to marryWaya' pa gid 'aku ning gustu nga mag'asāwa; ginapīlit na 'aku nang 'ākun magūyang sa pagpa'asāwa.I do not like to marry yet; I am being pressured by my parents into causing [me] to marry.2vSomeone becomes the spouse of someone else.The stem of these "become" verbs is either 'asāwa or pangasāwa. This verb commonly occurs as a substantive with a genitive pronoun (ku type) or noun (preceded by nang or ni).pangasaw'avthe place where someone courts someone elseBinung, si Dilya na lang 'ang pangasaw'a, kay ma'āyu 'adtu, kay malapit.Freddie, Delia should just be the one courted by you, because that is good, because it is near.pangasaw'un'Ang trabāhu diri nang manga dalagīta, kung 'indi' mag'iskwīla, sigurādu pangasaw'un lang gida 'ina'.What young unmarried girls here are doing is, if they do not go to school, they will surely be courted by someone.pangasāwa, pagpangasāwagersomeone's courting someone elsePinahugā'an gid 'aku ni Marīsa sa 'iya ning pangasāwa.Marisa gave me hard work in courting her.Magtūna' pa lang sa pagpangasāwa ni Birting, hay waya' siya nagapakīta' ning malā'in nga batāsan.From the beginning of Berting's courting, he has not evidenced a bad attitude.pangasāwa, pangasawavSomeone (usually a boy) courts someone else (usually a girl).The stem pangasāwa varies with the stem pangasawa depending on the particular accompanying inflections. This variation is indicated below for each inflected citation.pyupangasāwa1gersomeone's casual courting of someone elseSīgi lang gid 'ang pyupangasāwa ni 'Uhin sa 'ākun; gina'āhat gid nya nga malayu' na 'ang 'āmun paghayāli.Ohin continued his casual courting of me; he insisted that our family relationship was already distant.2vSomeone, usually a boy, man casually courts someone else, usually a girl, woman.yu'asāwa1na play spouseNagka'igwa si Lu'is ning nubya; hasta nang 'ulīhi na hay naging yu'asāwa na.Luis happened to have a girlfriend; then later she became [his] play spouse.A play spouse is one (usually a female) with whom someone has a casual sexual relationship. A man who has a woman as his play spouse does not live with her in a permanent or semi-permanent relationship. A woman who has a female partner as her play spouse usually lives in a homosexual relationship with her.yu'asāwa2vsomeone with whom someone else plays marriage
'iksavSomething is tossed or thrown by someone.'i'iksaKung 'ikaw naman nagahuman ning bayay sa 'īmu bakingkī'an, 'ang 'īmu naman 'ini ginahuman hay nagatalikud 'ikaw kag 'i'iksa 'ang 'īmu bātu.When you make a house at your hopscotch place, as for what is done by you is that you turn [your] back and your playing stone will be tossed [over a shoulder].
'itsavSomeone throws something away, tosses or places something in a given location.nag'itsa threw away, tossed, placed something somewhere'i'itsavthe place where something is castPag'abut sa may bi'bi' nang dāgat 'i'itsa mu 'ang batu nga may higut nga naylun.When reaching the beach edge of the ocean, a stone which has a nylon tying line [tied to it] should be cast by you [into the ocean].'itsa, pag'itsagersomeone's placing, throwing away, or tossing of somethingSīgi 'ang 'itsa hasta nga mapunu' 'ang būhu'.Continue the tossing until the holes become full.Pakuyub gihāpun 'ang 'īmu pag'itsa nang bunut pāra ma'apūtan nga dā'an.Your placing of the coconut husks is upside down so that they will be kindled at once.'itsāhanLābut gid 'ang 'itsāhan nang bunut kag lābut 'ang 'itsāhan nang binu'uk nga niyug.The place where the husks will be cast and the place where the whole pieces [of husked coconuts] will be cast are different.gina'itsaGina'itsa sa tapāhan 'ang binu'ak nga niyug.The coconuts which have been broken open are placed onto the smoking rack.mag'itsa1imper vThrow something away! Toss something! Place something somewhere!Mag'itsa sa 'idāyum nang tapāhan ning 'uga nga bunut!Toss the dry coconut husks under the smoking rack!2vSomething is cast away or is tossed or placed onto something or in a given location.
'īlisna replacement or substitute for someone or somethingWaya' 'īlis sa 'ākun sa patahī'an; hay 'ikaw na lang 'ang 'īlis sa 'ākun.There is no [other] substitute for me in the dress shop; you alone are the substitute for me.vSomeone changes or replaces something with something else.'ika'īlisvSomething is changed or replaced by someone with something else.May 'ika'īlis kita sa nasīra' nga pāwud na bubung nang bayay.There is something that will be able to be used by us to replace the destroyed nipa thatch shingle roofing of the house.'ilīsanPagkatāpus mu ning tīna' nang 'isa nga kulur 'īmu naman hugāsan ma'āyu 'ang kaldīru nga 'īmu ginagāmit kag 'ilīsan naman limpyu nga tūbi'.Upon your completion of dyeing with one color then wash the metal pot very well which you are using and [the water] should be replaced with clean water.gin'ilīsan, 'inilīsan'Inilīsan lang kunu si 'Ulība ning lāwas nang sāging.Some just said that Oliva was replaced with a banana trunk.gina'ilīsanGina'ilīsan 'ang manga ginasūlat ni Plurintīna; lābut na 'ang manga hambay sa sūlat.The things being written down by Florentina were being changed; the things said in the letters were already different.ma'īlisKung kamu magpangisda', waya' na kamu pagprublīma kay puydi kamu maka'abri nang grīpu kung kamu magpamanlaw, 'agud pag'abut nindu hay ma'īlis na lang kamu.When you go fishing you no longer experience a problem because you will be able to turn on the faucet when you rinse off so that upon your reaching home you will just change [your dresses].mag'īlisvSomething is used to replace something else by someone.Kung mag'īlis na ning bāru' 'ang nubya, 'ang nubyu 'ina' 'ang ma'īlis sa 'iya ning bāru'.When the bride changes her dress, the groom will be the one to change her clothes.nag'īlis, 'umīlisNang makatāpus palīgus 'ang tatlu nga maghāli nag'īlis na sinda.When the three siblings finished bathing, they then changed [clothes].'Umīlis 'aku kag pumabanwa pāra mag'atindir ning mīting sa 'upisīna.I changed [my clothes] and went to town to attend a meeting at the office.naka'īlisPagka'āga nag'īlis na si Līlay ning bāru' nga pangkasay, 'imaw da si 'Ilisir, naka'īlis na da.When it was morning, Lilay changed into a wedding dress; also Elizer, he had already been able to change.pa'īlisvSomeone is allowed by someone else to change or replace one thing for another.pag'īlisgersomeone's changing of or replacing one thing for anotherKung mag'īlis na ning bāru' 'ang nubya 'ang nubyu 'ina' 'ang ma'īlis sa 'iya ning bāru', maghalin sa pagbu'uy nang hirpin sa buhuk nga ginaklip sa 'asahar, 'ang pag'īlis nang 'iya bāru', midyas kag sapātus.When the bride changes her dress, the groom will be the one to change her clothes, from getting the hairpin from the hair which is clipped to the headpiece, the changing of her gown, stockings and shoes.pina'īlisPina'īlis si Plurintīna nang mag'asawa; 'ang tina'u' niya nga nu'ug hay 'ang bāru' nga sinursihan.Florentina was allowed by the married couple to change [her clothes]; as for the clothes which were given to her, the dress was being mended.
'upatcard num adjfour actions, people, pieces of something, situations, things, times, units of measurement'Ini hu 'ang 'upat ku nga 'apu hay 'unga' nang 'adtung 'akun gingpabāhuy nga 'unga'.As for these four grandchildren of mine, [they] are the children of that child who was brought up by me.Paglīgad nang 'upat ka 'ūras, 'isaylu 'ang 'isda' nga 'inasinan sa limpyu nga butāngan nga 'igwa ning takyub.After four hours, transfer the salted fish into a clean container which has a lid.synkwatruFor the use of Romblomanon numbers, see 'isa 1a.21, Cardinal Numberscard numFour are involved in an event or state.card num'ika'upat nga lati' (lati' 1d)The moon is in its fourth quarter.22, Ordinal Numberska'upatnAn event occurs four times.Ka'upat ku na 'ina' na'agihi.Four times already I experienced that.pang'upat, 'ika'upatord numa fourth action, person, situation, thing, time, unit of measurementYadtu kami sa 'ikaduha nga 'iskalun; hay dāpat sa 'ika'upat.We were there on the second floor; it should have been [that we were] on the fourth [floor].'Ining pang'upat nga 'unga' ni Birtu hay nagapamati' gid ma'āyu sa ginahambay nang 'iya lūlu.This fourth child of Berto is listening carefully to what is being said by his grandfather.synkwartu2 purt
'inumvSomeone, something drinks a liquid.'ilimnānunvar'inūmunnan intoxicating drink'Ābir 'anu nga kabū'ut 'ang tāwu basta sya hay mag'inum nang tyad 'ini nga manga 'ilimnānun, 'ina' 'ang nakakabayung; makikīta' mu gid 'ang 'ipiktu.Even though a person is gentle, if he drinks intoxicating drinks like these, that is what causes one to repeatedly become drunk; you can really see the effects.May tāwu nga kung ma'ūbus na 'ang 'inda kwarta katatangway, bīsan tūdu na 'ang kabayung mangungūtang pa gid sa tindāhan ning 'inūmun.There are people who when their money was all gone in being able to buy [liquor], in spite of the drunkenness [they] still incur credit at the store for intoxicating drinks.Result of excessive drinking : bayung to be drunk; result of excessive drinking over an extended period: buratsu drunkard.'inum, pag'inumgersomeone's drinking of a liquidKung sa 'inum 'igwa ka ning kwarta nga ginabakay.If it is for drinking [liquor], you have money to use for buying.Ginabāwal nang manga magūyang sa 'inda manga kabatā'an 'ang pag'inum ning 'ālak nga subra kag pagsugay.The excessive drinking of liquor and gambling are not allowed their children by parents.'inumaOccurs with a negative.Ka'init'īnit 'ang kapi, waya' 'inuma ni Nurma.The coffee was very hot, [so it] was not drunk by Norma.'inūman1agf recip vTwo or more drink liquor with each other.'inūman2na drinking place where liquor is sold'Ang nagaprublīma lang da 'ini diri hay 'ang manga 'asāwa nga babāyi, kay kung masuhung 'ang 'inda manga 'asāwa sa pagkinadtu sa manga tyadni nga 'inūman, hay waya' ning nabibilin nga kwarta sa 'inda swildu.The ones who have this problem here are wives, because if their husbands become accustomed in going to drinking places like these, there is no money at all left from their salary.bayaybāyay nga 'inūman (bayaybāyay 1d)a drinking shedgina'inumGinatan'aw gid niya 'ang ginakā'un kag tūbi' nga gina'inum.He is carefully looking at the [food] that is being eaten and the water that is being drunk.ginapa'inumPag'abut naman 'ina' sa bayay nang manga bag'ung kasay bāgu sumuyud sa sākup nang 'inda bayay sa pwirtāhan pa lang, ginapa'inum 'ānay sinda ning tig'īsa ka bāsu nga tūbi'.When that newlywed couple arrive at the house, before they enter inside their house just at the doorway, they each are allowed to drink one glass of water.ma'inumGustu ku gid 'ina' ma'inum ning tūbi' 'ugāling kay waya' da 'aku may nakīta' nga tūbi' sa kaguyāngan.I really wished that that water would be able to be drunk [by me] but I was not able to find water in the forest.mag'inum'Ābir 'anu nga kabū'ut 'ang tāwu, basta sya hay mag'inum nang tyad 'ini nga manga 'ilimnānun, 'ina' 'ang nakakabayung; makikīta' mu gid 'ang 'ipiktu.Even though a person is gentle, if he drinks intoxicating drinks like these, that is what causes one to repeatedly become drunk; you can really see the effects.mag'inūmanvSomething is drunk by someone.'Ang 'iya hambay sa magūyang, "Lūlu, ma'āyu baya mag'inūman 'ānay kita, 'agud malīpay 'ang 'ātun pag'inisturyāhan."He said to the old man, "Grandfather, maybe it is good that we drink with each other first, so that our telling stories to each other will be delightful."nag'inum, 'uminumHay pag'abut ninda sa San 'Agustin hay nag'inum sinda bir nga tigdūha ka butilya.When they arrived in San Agustin each of them drank two bottles of beer.'Uminum 'aku ning tuba' pāra 'aku matuyūgan.I drank coconut wine in order that I would be able to sleep.naga'inumKumadtu 'aku didtu sa likud nang kusīna kag yadtu gali' sina Rūki nga naga'inum ning tuba'.I went to the back of the kitchen and Roque and companions were there drinking coconut wine.May mag'asawa nga nagakadtu sa kalīpay kag 'ang lyāki naga'inīnum.There are couples who go to parties and the man keeps on drinking.napapa'inumMalīpay si Rūni kung 'ang 'iya barkāda hay napapa'inum nyay hustu.Ronnie was happy when, as for his associate, [he] happened to be caused by him to frequently drink in excess.pa'inumcaus vSomeone is caused by someone to drink something.tagapa'inumnthe one in charge of letting something be drunk'Aku 'ang tagapa'inum ning buyung kag tagabakay.I am the one in charge of letting the medicine be drunk and the one in charge of buying.
'ina'3var'imaw 'ina'2dem adjthat event, person, place, thing or situation, identified as near in place, prior reference or time'Ina' or 'imaw 'ina' is followed by nga and a noun or noun phrase it modifies.'Ina' nga kwarta, hay gina'isut'īsut ku 'ina'.As for that money, that was [spent] little by little by me.'Ang hambay nang 'ākun nanay, "'Ayaw magtāngis kung 'imaw 'ina' nga lyāki 'ang gustu nāmun nga 'ipa'asāwa sa 'īmu."My mother said, "Don't cry if that man is the one we want to let marry you."cf'adtu2'adtu2'adtu2'adtu2'imaw1 'imaw2 'imaw2 'ina'3 'ini sa 'inda'ini2 'ini2 'ini2 'ini2 'itun 'itun 'itun 'itun sa 'iya 'adtudem adj'Ina' is often followed by determiners 'ang, nang, ning, or sa and a noun or noun phrase that it modifies.'Ina' 'ang kadagku' gid nga balayan nang say'ut, hay puydi nga humanun nga bahūgan nang bābuy.As for those very large empty shells of fluted giant clams, [they] can be made as feed containers for pigs.dem adjThe demonstrative adjective/ determiner 'ina' and a following 'ang is sometimes contracted to 'inang.'Anu 'ang pitik nang pulsu kung halimbāwa' may sakit nga kilkig? 'Atras 'abanti 'inang pitik.What is the pulse beat [like] if, for example, [someone] has a poison sickness? That beat is back and forth.Kung puydi lang pati' 'inang banig buy'a na lang kag 'imaw 'inang 'itābun sa 'indu.If possible that mat should be gotten and that is what will be used to cover yourselves.Pag'abut'ābut 'ina' nang bapur sa San 'Agustin, 'alas tris, kadaku' nga nilūgit 'ang karga.Upon the final arrival of that boat in San Agustin at three o'clock in the afternoon there was much copra which was loaded.Kung 'ang babāyi kag lyāki nagkasūgut na sinda, kag 'ang 'inda rilasyun bīlang magnubyu hay ma'āyu gid, gina'apura na 'ina' nang magūyang nang babāyi nga mamalāyi na 'ang tiglyaki.If the girl and boy are already engaged, and their relationship as a pair of lovers is very good, the engaged man's close relatives will hold an initial wedding-planning session which will be expedited by those relatives of the bride.Ginpabakay 'aku 'ina' ning manga gāmit sa pag'upira.I was allowed to buy those supplies for the medical operation.Hambay ku, "Bay'ilang! Hay pagka'āga na pagkaMartis nang 'āga bālik naman kami 'ina' sa bayay, didtu kana Manung Daryu."I said, "Never mind! When it is already morning on Tuesday morning we will return again to that house there of older brother Dario."dem pronthat, that one, that place; reference is to an event, person, place, thing or situation near in place, prior reference or timeHu adds emphasis to this demonsrtrative; usually untranslated.Hay bāsi' 'ina' hu 'ang 'unga' hay may timustimus sa mata?Why is it that, as for that child, [he] has a sty in [his] eye?'Ang manga magūyang nang lyāki, 'imaw 'ina' 'ang nagakalibug nang tanan nga gastus.As for the parents of the boy, those are the ones who worry about the [wedding] expenses.Bāwal kunu 'ang magngilit 'u paligūsan 'ang 'uning kay 'ina' 'ang dahilan nang pagpanglinti', dayugdug kag 'uyan nga daku'.They say that to laugh at or bathe a cat is forbidden because that is the cause of lightning flashing, thunder and heavy rain.cf'adtu2'ina'3 'ini2 'itun dem pronThe demonstrative pronoun 'ina', and a following 'ang marking a substantive phrase, is sometimes contracted to 'inang.'Imaw 'inang ginhambay sa 'ākun nang 'ākun 'asāwa.That is what was said to me by my husband.dem pronThe demonstrative pronoun 'ina', and a following ning marking a substantive or substantive phrase, is sometimes contracted to 'inay.Ginatakyuban ku 'inay hābuy.That one [child] was covered with a blanket by me.dem pron'Ina' with a following or preceding singular or plural third person pronoun occurs in various grammatical contexts. The third person pronoun adds emphasis to the construction.'imaw 'ina' ('imaw 2a)That's the reason or that's the time something happens.'ina' dira', dira' 'ina' (dira')An action moves, or an event occurs there.'ina' ninda, 'inda 'ina''Ina' naman 'ang manga kināpaw, ginabakay da 'ina' nang 'iban nga kinustal kay ginabutang 'ina' ninda sa sayug.As for these scrap slabs, [they] are bought by some of those in sacks because [they] are put on the floor by those ones.'Ang 'inda 'ina' manga gatung nga kāhuy hay 'inang manga gangat nga ki'intik da.As for the firewood of those ones it is just those small twigs.'ina' niya, 'iya 'ina'Kung sya 'ina' mamatay 'indi' da 'ina' niya madaya pakadtu sa 'iya kakadtu'an.When that one dies, [her belongings] will not be able to be taken by that one in going to where she is going.Hay 'ang 'iya 'ina' trabāhu hay nagalāya; 'aku naman nagapangnunūtan sa pūkut.As for the work of that one, it was weaving mats; as for me I was joining in net fishing.'Ayaw nindu magminūsa 'ina' si Karlus kay 'ang 'iya 'ina' ginapangasawa sa Nuyba Biskāya hay nigusyanti nga 'īta.That Carlos should not be despised by you because the one who is being courted by that one in Nueva Vizcaya is an Aeta business woman.'ina' niyan (niyan)during this period of time, at the time, at once, at that moment or time, then, soon'ina' sa 'iya'Aku nalulū'uy 'ina' sa 'iya kay nang naga'iskuyla 'ina' siya sa hayskul, hay na'a'abūtan 'ina' siyay manga 'alas dyis nang gab'i ka'i'istādi.I really pitied that one because, when that one was studying in high school, that one was frequently overtaken by ten o'clock at night in being able to study.cf'adtu2'imaw2 'ini2 'itun 'ina' sinda, sinda 'ina'Nakakatilaw lang 'ina' sinda ning midyu manāmit nga pagkā'un kung sinda hay nakakadtu sa manga pakā'un.Those ones were consistently able to taste food that is a little bit delicious when they were able to go to eating events.'ina' siya, siya 'ina'Ginatahāwan ku 'ina' siya kag paka'ūnun kung nakalūtu' na 'aku.That one was being served by me and [he] was allowed to eat since I was already able to cook.Ginabinakyan ni Lu'is ning tināpay 'adtung magūyang, siya 'ina' waya' siya gakā'un.That old man keeps on having bread bought for [him], [but] as for that one, he eats nothing.
'ini2var'imaw 'ini1dem adjthis event, person, place, thing or situation near the speaker in place, prior reference or time'Ini or 'imaw 'ini is followed by nga and a noun or noun phrase it modifies.'Ini nga sīhi', hay nabubu'uy 'ini sa pangīwag.As for this mollusk, this one is frequently gotten by gathering aquatic invertebrates with an artificial light.Nang 'adtung buhi' pa si Nāna Birta, 'imaw 'ini nga magūyang 'ang may madāmu' nga manuk nga 'alīla' diri sa Lūnus.When Nana Bertha was still alive, this old [woman] was the one who had many cared-for chickens here in Lonos.syn'itun 'itun cf'adtu2'adtu2'imaw1 'imaw2 'ina' sa 'iya'ina'3 'ina'3 'ina'3 'ina'3 'itun 'itun 'itun 'itun sa 'iya 'adtudem adj'Ini is often followed by determiners 'ang, nang or ning and a noun or noun phrase that it modifies.'Ini 'ang kandīla', puydi 'ini nga 'iwag sa bayay kung gab'i pāra nga 'indi' ka na magbakay ning pitrulyu.As for this candle, it is possible for this to be a light at night in the house so that you will not buy kerosene.dem adj'Ini and a following 'ang is sometimes contracted to 'ining.'Isa ka 'adlaw nakabati' 'ining manga 'unga' ning bagting nang simbāhan.One day these children happened to hear the church bell.Sa Bisāya' 'ang tawag 'ini nang pispis hay tikling.In Visayan the name of this bird is tikling.Kung ginabuyung 'ini nang 'albularyu hay tyad 'ini; nagabu'uy siya ning kapisnguy nga luy'a ginahību' sa 'agtang, sa kamut kag sa siki ning pakurus kag 'ang 'albularyu hay nagakutibkutib 'ang 'iya ba'ba' kag nagapinanghuy'ab.When [a soul-inflicted disease] is medically treated by this herbalist it is like this: she gets a piece of ginger, it is rubbed on the forehead, hands and feet as a cross and, as for the herbalist, her mouth murmurs and keeps on yawning.'Ining paku'ut nga ginahambay hay ginabutangan 'ini ning pa'un nga manga 'isiw nang manuk.As for this which is called paku'ut (i.e., bamboo tube lizard trap), [it] has this bait which [consists of] baby chicks put in it.dem adjSa is preceded by 'ini nga; 'ini nga is contracted to 'ining.'Imaw lang 'ini 'ang 'ākun mahahambay, nga 'ining sa pag'asāwa ning pangaduha hay talagang 'iba.This is the only thing that can truly be said by me, that this getting married a second time is really different.dem pronthis, this one, this place; reference is to an event, person, place, thing or situation near the speaker in place, prior reference or timeSometimes 'ang or nang and commonly sa is followed by 'ini nga and a noun or noun phrase it modifies.'Ang 'ini nga 'iwag, gina'īsut gāni' 'ina' kay kung makīta', hay 'ang 'iruplānu naga'ābug na.As for this lamp, that (i.e., the flame) was being made small because [someone] might see [it]; those [enemy] airplanes were already going (i.e., flying) around in a group.'Ang balayan nang 'ini nga sīhi', hay waya' da 'ini ginabakya nang manga Sibuhānu kay kanipis.As for the empty shells of this mollusk, [they] are not bought by Cebuano [buyers] because [they] are thin.'Indi' kamu magkalisud kay kung 'indi' man magbūlig 'ang Kanadyan 'Imbasi sa 'ini nga pruyiktu hay bukun kunu 'ini 'ang katapūsan nang 'indu 'Asusasyun.You should not become concerned because, if the Canadian Embassy will not help on this project, this is not the end of your Association.'Imaw 'ini 'ang 'ākun 'ikspiryinsya nang sultīru pa 'aku hasta 'aku nga nagka'asāwa.This was my experience when I was still an unmarried man until I was able to take a spouse.Nahambay ku 'ini kay nasayangan ku na gid 'ini nang panahun nang Hapun.This was able to be talked about by me because this was really experienced by me during the time of the Japanese [occupation].syn'itun cf'adtu2'ina'3 dem pronHu adds emphasis to this demonsrtrative pronoun; usually untranslated.'Ini hu 'ang 'upat ku nga 'apu nga 'unga' nang 'adtung 'ākun ginpabāhuy nga 'unga'.These are my four grandchildren who are the children of that child who was brought up by me.dem pron'Ini is sometimes used stylistically as a personal pronoun.Kung dāmu' na 'ang 'īmu 'itlug nang manuk kag waya' da 'ini ning nagabakay diri sa būkid, day'un mu 'ini sa banwa.If there are many chicken eggs of yours and no one buys them here in the country, they should be brought to town by you.dem pron'Ini with a following or preceding singular or plural third person pronoun occurs in various grammatical contexts. The third person pronoun adds emphasis to the construction'imaw 'ini1var. of'ini2This is the reason or this is the time something happens.syndiri nacfdiri na'imaw2 'ini diri2An action moves here; an event occurs or a state exists here.'ini ninda, 'inda 'iniGinabutangan 'ini ninda ning panagang sa lāwas 'ang 'inda 'unga'.It was their children on whom those body charms were put by these ones.'Ang 'inda 'ini ginahuman nga bayaybāyay hay 'inang manga 'inutūran nga paywa nang niyug.That which is used to make a shelter by these ones are those cut off coconut fronds.'ini niya, 'iya 'iniNa'īsip nāmun mag'asawa kung 'anu 'ara' 'ang tubtuban 'ini niya nga pag'istādi.We married couple wondered what, perhaps, would be the result of the studying of this one.'Ang 'iya 'ini balayan hay waya' 'ini ginbakya.As for the shells of these (i.e., of ghost murex mollusks) they were not bought.'ini niyan (niyan)now, today, at once, at that moment or time, then'ini nga 'adlaw ('adlaw 4c)today'ini sa 'indaKung may nagapalapit 'ini sa 'inda nga lābud hay 'inda 'ini ginakā'un.If there is edible sediment that goes near these ones (i.e., cockscomb oysters), it is eaten by these ones.syn'itun cf'adtu2'imaw2 'ina'3 'ini sa 'iyaKung halimbāwa' may 'isa nga babāyi nga naganabdus; ginabāwal 'ini sa 'iya 'ang magkā'un ning sāging nga bingkit kay maga'unga' kunu siya ning kāpid.If for example there is a woman who becomes pregnant; to eat double bananas is forbidden to this one because, they say, she will deliver twins [which is undesirable].'ini sinda, sinda 'iniGaluwas 'ini sinda kung pata'ub na kag nagatungtung sa batu.These ones (i.e., ghost murex mollusks) come out when [it] becomes high tide and go on top of stones.Kung sinda 'ini ginapāna', hay nagabatukbātuk 'ang 'iya ning lāwas.When these (i.e., cuttlefish) are speared, they eject ink from their bodies.'ini siya, siya 'ini'Ini 'ang lagang, hay kung gadyāgan 'ini siya hay patalikud.As for chambered nautilus mollusk, when this one runs [it] goes backwards.Kung siya 'ini ginabu'uy, dāpat hay magdaya ka ning martilyu 'u kundi' man māsu pāra 'ipusa' sa batu.When this one (i.e., cocks comb oyster) is gotten, you should bring a hammer or sledgehammer in order to break it off from the stone.
'itunvar'imaw 'itundem adjthis event, person, place, thing or situation near the speaker in place, prior reference or time'Itun is followed by a determiner and a noun or noun phrase it modifies.Kung panahun pa gali' nga malapit na 'ang ginatawag nga Kwarisma hay nagapamindīta pa gali' 'itun ning lukay.When what is called the Lenten season is still near that is also the time that [the priest] blesses these palm fronds.syn'ini sa 'inda'ini2 'ini2 cf'adtu2'adtu2'imaw1 'imaw2 'ina' sa 'iya'ina'3 'ina'3 'ina'3 'ina'3 'ini2 'ini2 'ini2 'ini2 sa 'iya 'adtudem pronthis, this one, this place; reference is to an event, person, place, thing or situation near the speaker in place, prior reference or time'Ina' 'ang manga magūyang nga nagahalin pa kung di'indī'in nga baranggay, ma'ūli' lang 'itun sa banwa pāra kay makabinīray nga ginatawag.Those old people who come from different villages, these will go to town in order that [they] will be able to participates in what is called the seven-fold procession.syn'ini2 cf'adtu2'imaw2 'ina'3 'imaw 'itun ('imaw 2b)This is the reason or this is the time something happens.
'iyaposs adj pronher, his, its person or thing; a person or thing of hers, his, its; her, his, its doing something.Pre-noun or pre-gerund possessive pronoun. For post-noun or post-gerund possessive pronoun, see niya 1a.'Ang 'iya trabāhu, hay pūru lang ning bakay.Her work is always just buying.'Ang 'iya pakpak may kulur 'itum, pati' 'ang 'iya 'īkug.As for its wings they are black, including its tail.cfniya niya niya poss cmt pronSomeone or something is hers, his, its.Occurs in predicate position with possessed item as sentence topic.gen pronSomething done by her, him, it.Occurs in pre-verb position as a genitive pronoun. For the pronoun occurring after the verb, see niya.'Ang 'iya natatāgu' nga kwarta, hay na'u'ūbus lang niya ning bakay ning buyung.As for the money that was saved by her, [it] was used up by her in buying medicine.Pag nakakīta' 'ang pispis ning 'isda' nga nagalutaw sa dāgat, 'iya ginagulpi tuka'.Whenever the bird saw a fish floating in the sea, [it] would be quickly pecked at by it.cfniya gen pron'ina' sa 'iya ('ina')that one, to that one'ini sa 'iya ('ini)this one, to this one, with this one'iya 'ina' ('ina')by that one, of that one'iya 'ini ('ini)1by this one, of this one2by this one, of this onepa'iya'īya2one by one, separatesa 'iyaloc pronSomeone does something for her, him, it; from her, him, it; to her, him, it; someone does something or is in a particular place or state with her, him, it.Naghambay 'aku sa 'iya nang pagbakay ku sa 'iya ning tuba' nga "Pabakya 'ābi 'aku ning tuba'."I said to him upon my buying coconut wine from him, "I should be allowed to buy coconut wine."Waya' nagkumpurmi 'ang 'uning sa 'iya kay sayud nang 'uning nga mas gustu nang 'iya 'āmu 'ang 'āyam.The cat did not agree with him because it was known by the cat that the dog was loved more [than the cat] by his master.sa 'iya sarīlirefl loc pronSomeone or something does something to or within himself, herself, itself; someone or something is in a particular place or state alone or within herself, himself, itself.Kung nababatyagan nya sa 'iya sarīli nga midyu malīpung na 'ang 'iya 'ūyu, 'ina' sya hay nagabālik na sa 'iya bayay.When [it] was clearly noticed within herself that her head was a little bit dizzy, that one returned to her house.
'iyaposs adj pronher, his, its person or thing; a person or thing of hers, his, its; her, his, its doing something.Pre-noun or pre-gerund possessive pronoun. For post-noun or post-gerund possessive pronoun, see niya 1a.'Ang 'iya trabāhu, hay pūru lang ning bakay.Her work is always just buying.'Ang 'iya pakpak may kulur 'itum, pati' 'ang 'iya 'īkug.As for its wings they are black, including its tail.cfniya niya niya poss cmt pronSomeone or something is hers, his, its.Occurs in predicate position with possessed item as sentence topic.gen pronSomething done by her, him, it.Occurs in pre-verb position as a genitive pronoun. For the pronoun occurring after the verb, see niya.'Ang 'iya natatāgu' nga kwarta, hay na'u'ūbus lang niya ning bakay ning buyung.As for the money that was saved by her, [it] was used up by her in buying medicine.Pag nakakīta' 'ang pispis ning 'isda' nga nagalutaw sa dāgat, 'iya ginagulpi tuka'.Whenever the bird saw a fish floating in the sea, [it] would be quickly pecked at by it.cfniya gen pron'ina' sa 'iya ('ina')that one, to that one'ini sa 'iya ('ini)this one, to this one, with this one'iya 'ina' ('ina')by that one, of that one'iya 'ini ('ini)1by this one, of this one2by this one, of this onepa'iya'īya2one by one, separatesa 'iyaloc pronSomeone does something for her, him, it; from her, him, it; to her, him, it; someone does something or is in a particular place or state with her, him, it.Naghambay 'aku sa 'iya nang pagbakay ku sa 'iya ning tuba' nga "Pabakya 'ābi 'aku ning tuba'."I said to him upon my buying coconut wine from him, "I should be allowed to buy coconut wine."Waya' nagkumpurmi 'ang 'uning sa 'iya kay sayud nang 'uning nga mas gustu nang 'iya 'āmu 'ang 'āyam.The cat did not agree with him because it was known by the cat that the dog was loved more [than the cat] by his master.sa 'iya sarīlirefl loc pronSomeone or something does something to or within himself, herself, itself; someone or something is in a particular place or state alone or within herself, himself, itself.Kung nababatyagan nya sa 'iya sarīli nga midyu malīpung na 'ang 'iya 'ūyu, 'ina' sya hay nagabālik na sa 'iya bayay.When [it] was clearly noticed within herself that her head was a little bit dizzy, that one returned to her house.
'isda'nfish'Ang nagasuyud nga 'isda' sa tabūnan hay ma'āyu nga klāsi.The fish that go inside deep sea fish traps are special class fish.Nakabakay na kami ning 'isa ka saga' nga 'isda' kay didtu 'aku nag'īban 'ina' ning kwarta sa binta nang 'ays kindi.We were able to buy one string of fish because I deducted that money from the sales money of the ice candy.Pwīdi ka na maka'ūli' sa 'indu bayay pāra malimpyu mu 'ang 'īmu 'isda'.It is appropriate that you will go home to your house now so that you will clean your fish.Fish are sold by the piece or string saga'.; Fish are prepared for cooking lūtu' by being cleaned malimpyu.'adūbu nga 'isda'nfish adobo'inīhaw nga 'isda'nbroiled fish, broiled over coalsginat'an nga 'isda'nfish cooked in coconut milk extractkinīlaw nga 'isda'2nraw marinated fishFish are sliced thin and marinated in black pepper paminta, hot peppers katumbay, ginger luy'a, onions sibūyas, salt 'asin, vinegar sūka' or lime juice duga' nang larangha and soy sauce tūyu. Eaten raw.lurit nga 'isda'2nspicy coconut flavored fishCooked in vinegar sūka' and water; when cooked, coconut milk extract gata' and hot pepers katumbay are added.8, Foods Made with Coconutpangisdā'unnfish populationKa'āyu pa gid ang pangisdā'un kag barātu da 'ang biyakyun.The fish population was still very plentiful and purchase items were cheap.prītu nga 'isda'nfried fishsarsa nga 'isda'na fish salsa dishA cooked mixture of broiled fish 'isda' nga 'inīhaw, salsa coconut meat niyug nga sarsāhun, onion slices sibūyas, lime juice duga' nang larangha, hot peppers katumbay, and other seasonings. Used as a side-dish food suya' during mealtimes.
'intindi1var'intyindi1vSomeone understands someone else, determines, knows or understands something.'inintindīhanagf recip vTwo or more understand each other.gin'intindi'Anu gin'intindi ku pa 'ang kina'ūnan ku; waya' 'ang lābut ku 'adtu; waya' da 'aku ka'intindi.The ones where I ate were not paid attention to by me [because] I had no care for those; I did not yet understand.gina'intindiha'Ang kubrāhun nang manga hurnal, waya' ninda nga dā'an gina'intindiha.As for [wages] received by the laborers, [they] were not being paid attention to by them immediately.cf'alāga''atāman'aturgardāhandipāraka'intindiUsed in a negative sentence.Waya' siya ka'intindi nang 'ākun paliwānag.He was not able to understand my explanation.Kung matumatu lang, 'indi' 'aku ka'intyindi.If [the story] is only imaginary, I am not able to determine.mag'intindivSomeone or something is cared for or paid attention to by someone.'Ang nanay 'ang dāpat nga mag'intindi sa 'iya manga 'unga'.The mother is the one who should care for her children.maga'intindiSi 'Arnuld hay 'imaw 'ang 'āmun binīlin kay wayay maga'intindi nang 'āmun bāka, kag waya' tāwu sa bayay.As for Arnold, that one was the one left behind by us because no one would care for our cow and there was no person at home.na'intindihanSa nabati'an ni lūlu sa 'iya 'umāgad nga babāyi na'intindihan na niya si Rūki.From what grandfather heard from his daughter-in-law [the situation about] Roque was already able to be understood by him.na'intindihiUsed in a negative sentence.Waya' na'intindihi nang 'uning 'ang gustu nang 'āyam nga hambayun.What the dog wanted to say was not able to be understood by the cat.'Ang 'ākun karanasan nang 'aku ma'isut pa, daw 'indi' ku gid ma'intyindihan nga 'ang 'ākun manga magūyang masyādu nga ka'īmun kag ka'īsug sa 'āmun nga 'inda manga 'unga'.My experience when I was yet small was that it seemed as though [it] could not be understood by me that as for my parents [they] were very oppositional and strict with us, their children.nag'inintindīhanvSomeone or something is understood by someone else.'Ang hambay sa 'iya nang 'iya tatay, "Nag'inintindīhan na ba kita, Dilya?"What her father said to her [was], "Did we understand each other, Delia?"'Intindi baya niya 'ang hambay nang 'adtung 'ispay.Maybe the language of that spy was understood by him.naka'intindi'Ang prinsīsa nga si 'Isabīla naka'intindi da, nagpahūnud na lang siya sa magnanay.The princess Isabela was able to understand [the situation, so] she allowed the mother and son to have [their] way.nakaka'intindi'Ikaw gali' 'ang nakaka'intindi; 'ikaw 'ina' 'ang maghāwid tanan nga papīlis; 'ikaw 'ang magdumāya.You are the one who is able to clearly understand [the agreement about the water project]; you are the one to keep all the papers; you are the one to manage it.pagka'intyindigersomeone's being able to determe or understand a particular fact or suppositionHay pagka'intyindi ku 'adtu 'ang hambay ninda sa 'Udyūngan nga "makānam" kung sa 'ātun pa hay makānam, "makā'un."In my being able to understand, that word "makānam" of theirs in Odiongan to us is "makā'un. (Note: the word makānam in Odiongan is translated 'will eat', but in Romblon it is translated 'will play'.)pagkaka'intindīhan1recip genbeing able to understand each otherNang humambay naman 'ang 'uning nga mas ma'āyu sigūru kung 'isūlat 'ang 'inda ginka'isahan pāra malikawan 'ang 'iban pa nga 'indi' pagkaka'intindīhan.What the cat said was maybe it was better if their agreement would be written so that some [situation of] not being able to understand each other would be able to be avoided.2vSomeone cares for or pays attention to someone else or something.
'irguvSomeone talks to someone else about a subject.'inirgūhan1na conversation or discussion between two or morePagkatāpus ninda ning 'inirgūhan, ginapasāyud nang manga magūyang nang babāyi kung sa'unu ninda gustu nga kasayun 'ang 'inda 'unga'.Upon their completing the discussion, [the boy's parents] are informed by the parents of the girl when they like their children to have the wedding.2vTwo or more people converse with each other or tell stories to each other.'irguhun'Irguhun nātun 'ang 'ātun pitu nga prinsīsa nga pa'asawāhun na nātun sinda.Our seven princesses will be talked to by us that they will be allowed by us to be married.gina'inirguvSomeone is talked to by someone.Hambay niya dali' gid kunu 'ina' niyan magpa'ūgut si Pari Rūki sa 'īmu kay pūru kunu si Prīdi na lang 'ang 'īmu gina'inirgu sa 'āmun.He said at that time that Friend Roque will become angry because what is always being talked about by you to us is only Freddie.gina'irguGina'irgu ninda kung sa'unu ninda pagahiwātun 'ang pagpakasay nang 'inda manga 'unga'.[It] is being talked about by them when the wedding of their children will be held by them.ging'irgu, 'inirgu'Ang mutur, hay ging'irgu ku na si Yūli.As for the pumpboat, Yolie was already talked to [about it] by me.Bāgu niya pinaguwa' 'ang 'isa ka galun nga lambanug, 'inirgu niya liwat 'ang tatay ni Plurintīna.Before the one gallon of sugarcane wine was put out by him, the father of Florentina was first talked to by him.ma'irguSyimpri ya' na da 'adtu lugar na siya hay ma'irgu kay yāra' na sa 'inda bayay.Of course there was no more opportunity that she could be talked to because she was already at their house.makipag'irguvA particular subject is talked about by someone to someone else.'Indi' siya gustu nga makipag'irgu pa sa 'āmun.She does not like talking to us any more.na'irguBumālik na si Dun 'Inrīku ma'āyu 'ang 'iya pamatyag kay na'irgu niya 'ang dalāga nga kagwāpa.Don Enrico returned then and his feeling was already good because the beautiful lady was able to be talked to by him.nag'inirgūhanWaya' kami 'adtu nag'inirgūhan kay Pīnu; nagkadtu lang kag nag'ihapun kag bumālik naman pakadtu sa 'iya trabahu'an.We and Pino did not discuss with each other; he just went and ate supper and returned to his workplace.naga'irgu'Adtu nga sultīru waya' sa 'iya naga'irgu.That young man did not talk to her [about his love for her].pag'inirgūhan, 'inirgūhanagf recip gertwo or more people's conversing with each other, discussing with each otherHay pagkahāpun naman 'ina' Martis na nang hāpun, nagkadtu kami kana Manang Zenaida kay 'imaw 'ang 'āmun 'inirgūhan.When it is afternoon again that Tuesday afternoon, we went to Older sister Perla and others, because that is the [place of] our conversing with each other.Birta luwas 'ānay dira'; 'igwa kitay manga bisīta; kahinangyānun ka diri sa pag'inirgūhan nāmun.Bertha, please come outside; we have visitors; you are needed here in our discussing with each other.
'iskwīlana student enrolled in a course of primary, secondary, college, or university study.'Indi' na magbinati'ānan sa suyud nang 'iskwilahan 'ang manga 'iskwīla kay 'ang labūnuk nang 'uyan sa bubung nga sim hay kakusugkūsug.The students no longer hear one another inside the school because the roar of the rain on the tin roof is very strong.'Indi' na magpamati' 'ang manga 'iskwīla sa ma'istra kay hāpun na.The students no longer listen to the teacher because it is now late afternoon.na school assembly where a group of students are taught a given course of study at a primary or secondary school, a college, or university.Nang nakatāpus na 'aku sa grid tri, bakasyun na nāmun kay waya' na 'iskwīla.When I finished grade three, it was our vacation time because there were no more school assemblies.vSomeone goes to school or studies at a primary or secondary school, a college, or university.cf'istādi'istudyupag'istādipag'istudyu'iniskwilāhanneducation; i.e., knowledge gained by formal study in a school 'iskwīlaDāpat kamu na 'ang magdūgang sa 'indu 'iniskwilāhan kung kamu hay magdagku' na.It should be that you (pl.) now will be the ones to add to your education if you are already grownup.'iskwilahanna school; i.e., a building where children, especially in primary grades, are taught'Ang 'ākun 'adtu hīlig nga kānam sa 'iskwilahan hay supbul hasta nga mag'iskwīla 'aku sa hayskul.As for my favorite game at school. [it] was softball until I attended high school.syn'iskulmag'iskwīla1infto go to schoolKay Tatay ku ginabu'uy 'ang ginagastus ku sa manga 'intirisādu nga 'unga' mag'iskwīla.From my Father that which I am spending for the children who are interested to go to school is being gotten [by me].2'Ang trabāhu diri nang manga dalagīta, kung 'indi' mag'iskwīla, sigurādu pangasaw'un lang gida 'ina'.What the young teenagers here are doing is if they do not go to school, they will surely be courted by someone.mapa'iskwīlaKung tapus na siya sa pag'iskwīla ning pagkama'istru sya na kunu 'ang mapa'iskwīla sa 'ākun.If she is already finished studying to become a teacher, she will be the one, she says, to let me go to school.cf'istādi'istudyunaga'iskwīlaNakasāyud lang sinda nga si Hilda hay waya' naga'iskwīla, nang may nag'abut sa 'inda nga halin sa Manīla'.They were able to find out that as for Hilda, she did not go to school, when someone arrived at their place from Manila.pa'iskwīlacaus vSomeone lets someone else go to school or study at a primary or secondary school, a college, or university.pag'iskuyla, pag'iskwila, pag'iskwīla1imper vSomeone must or should go to school, study!Hambay ni Ramun sa 'iya 'unga' nga si Suylu, "Pag'iskwīla ma'āyu pāra 'indi' ka magmananggīti sa 'ulīhi nga 'adlaw!"Ramon said to his son Zoilo, "[You] must study hard so that you will not become a coconut wine collector someday!"2gersomeone's going to school, studying at a primary or secondary school, a college, or university'Adtung 'ākun pangānay nga 'unga' hay midyu 'intirisādu gid sa pag'iskuyla.That firstborn child of mine really has some interest in going to school.Nang si Buy hay nag'iskwīla na sa singku grādu, hay ma'āyu 'ang 'iya risulta sa pag'iskwila.When Boy already went to school in grade five, his accomplishments in studying were good.
'isturyana story, a conversation'Ang 'ākun 'isturya hay 'ang natabu' nang naglīgad nga būlan nang Disimbri.My story is about what happened last month of December.'Ang pūnu' nang 'isturya nāmun kahāpun hay 'adtu 'ang nagpangawat ning kwarta.The main topic of our conversation yesterday was about that one who extensively stole money.vSomeone, tells a story or talks about something; two or more discuss something, have a conversation about something.'inisturyāhan, 'isturyāhanagf recip vTwo or more talk to each other, tell stories to each other.'isturyahan, 'i'isturyaWaya' na da 'isturyahan ni Nanay kay Tatay 'ang 'iya nasayūran.That which she knew was not told by Mother to Father.'Igwa 'aku ning 'i'isturya sa 'īmu; 'ini hay tungud sa ka'ayuhan nga ginghuman nang Ginū'u sa 'ākun kabūhi'.There is something that I will tell you; it is about the benefits which were performed by God in my life.gina'isturyaPagkatāpus, gina'isturya ninda kung san'u nga būlan kag pitsa 'ang ma'āyu nga 'inda 'ipakasay.Afterwards, when the month and date [would be] which would be good for them to have their wedding ceremony performed is talked about by them.ma'isturyaMa'isturya 'aku nang 'ākun na'agihan nang 'unga' pa 'aku hasta nga magka'asāwa.I will tell a story about my experiences when I was still a child until I was able to take a spouse.Nita, kari 'ānay diri hu kay kita ma'isturya ning ma'āyu.Nita, come right here please because we will have a good conversation.maka'isturya'Aku hay 'indi' pa da maka'isturya niyan nang parti sa tiyad 'ina', pīru masayūran na lang 'ina' nindu sa 'iba nga 'adlaw.As for me, I am not yet able to talk about that (i.e., about Roque's condition) now, but that will be found out by you some day.nag'inisturyāhan, nag'isturyāhanNag'inisturyāhan sinda.They told stories to each other.Nag'isturyāhan pa da kami.We also talked to each other.nag'isturyaPag'abut ku sa bayay nang 'ākun 'āmu nga Duktūra, hay nag'isturya na 'aku nang 'ākun manga trabāhu sa syap.When I arrived at the house of my female doctor employer I talked about my work there in shop.naga'isturya'Ang manga magūyang ni Samsun hābang yāra' sa dāyan naga'isturya 'ang mag'asawa parti kay Samsun.The parents of Samson, while they were there on the road, the couple were discussing something about Samson.pag'inisturyāhan1gerthe telling of stories to each other by two or more'Ang 'iya hambay sa magūyang, "Lūlu, ma'āyu baya mag'inūman 'ānay kita, 'agud malīpay 'ang 'ātun pag'inisturyāhan.He said to the old man, Grandfather maybe it is good that we will drink with each other first, so that our telling stories to each other will be delightful.2vSomething is told to someone by someone else, is discussed or talked about by two or more.
'ūyu1nthe head of a person or any living being'Adtung babāyi hay gasakit 'ang 'ūyu tungud sa kakuyangan nang katuyugun.As for that woman [her] head aches because of lack of sleep.n'īnit sa 'ūyu, 'īnit 'ang 'ūyu ('īnit 2)becomes angry'uyuhannthe head position where someone lies down or reclinesDumayāgan 'ang tatay ni Suylu sa bayay sa nakīta' niya nga si Suylu hay nagahigda', kag may kandīla' sa 'iya 'uyuhan.The father of Zoilo ran to the house where he saw that Zoilo was lying down, and there was a candle at his head position.matugas 'ūyuadjSomeone is hard headed, i.e., stubborn.'Inang 'ākun 'unga' 'ipī'ut nindu sa kabahuy nga kaban, kay 'isa siya nga matugas 'ūyu.As for that child of mine, [he] should be put by you into a big clothes trunk because he is hard headed.pa'īnit sa 'ūyu, pa'īnit 'ang 'ūyu ('īnit 2)provokes to angersa'ūyu3Something is memorized by someone.
'iwagnan artificial light source'Ini 'ang kandīla' puydi 'ini nga 'iwag sa bayay kung gab'i pāra nga 'indi' ka na magbakay ning pitrulyu.It is possible for this candle to be an artificial light in the house when it is night so that you will not buy kerosene.cfhumāyagsīlak n'iniwāgan'Ākun 'iniwāgan 'ang dāgat sa 'idāyum nang 'abūhan pati' sa labābu; hay ya' na ning suyud.The sea water was illuminated by me under the fireplace as well as under the sink; [but] there was nothing inside.'īwagvSomeone, something, a place is illuminated by someone using an artificial light.'iwāgunKung gab'i kung 'īmu 'ini sinda 'iwāgun, gapuna'puna' gid 'ini sinda.During night if these [common bubble mollusks] will be illuminated by you, [you will see that] they go together in groups.cfhāyagnangīwagna- + pangīwag = nangīwagNangīwag da 'adtu 'ang 'āmun lūlu kay waya' kami ning sūya'.That grandfather of ours gathered aquatic invertebrates with an artificial light because we did not have side-dish food.pangīwag1gersomeone's gathering aquatic invertebrates with an artificial light'Ini 'ang sīhi' nga daminsuy hay nagakūyap 'ini kung gab'i kay 'ini nga sīhi' hay nabubu'uy 'ini sa pangīwag.This common bubble mollusk comes out at night because as for this mollusk it is frequently gotten by gathering aquatic invertebrates with an artificial light.2vSomeone gathers aquatic invertebrates with an artificial light at night.
'ūbavSomeone disrobes, takes off an article worn on the body.'inūbaPag'abut ku sa bayay ni Lukrisya, 'adtu 'ang bāru' ni Lukrisya nga 'inūba, 'imaw 'adtu 'ang ginpaspas ku sa 'iya ka pitu.Upon my arrival at the house of Lucresia, that dress of Lucresia which had been taken off, that was what was used by me for lightly hitting her seven times [during a ceremony for curing sickness].nag'ūbaNakīta' niya nga nag'ūba 'ang tatlu pāra malīgus, kay didtu gali' nga lugar hay paligusan nang tatlu nga babāyi.[It] was seen by him that the three disrobed to bathe because that place was the bathing place of the three ladies.naka'ūbavAn article worn on the body is taken off by someone.Nang naka'ūba na 'aku nang 'ākun tīsirt kag bra, ginbuy'an 'aku hartbit nang duktur.When I was able [with reluctance] to take off my short-sleeved undershirt and brassiere, my heartbeat was taken by the doctor.pagka'ūbati gerafter or upon someone's taking off an article worn on the bodyPagka'ūba ninda nang 'inda suy'ub nga pakpak ginkāmang ni Magbayūtu 'ang pakpak ni Marya kag gintāgu'.Upon their taking off their attached wings, the wings of Mary were carried in crawling by Magbayoto and [they] were kept.
'ugud2vSomeone works on a particular project.'inugdan2Pa Tablas naman ngāni' 'aku masiru' naman 'aku didtu nang 'ākun dūta' nga 'āmun gid 'adtu 'inugdan.I will surely [go] again to Tablas to inspect that land of mine which was worked on by us.mag'ugudvSomething is worked on by someone.'Ābir mahuga' 'ang nagaduta' hay sīgi lang, kay kung 'indi' kita mag'ugud sa dūta' waya' kita ning kwarta nga 'ikakabakay kung 'igwa kita ning gustu nga bakyun.Even though farming is hard work [we] just keep on, because if we do not work on the land we do not have money which can be used to frequently buy [things] if there are things we want to buy.
'ūli'imper vGo somewhere! Go back!'Ūli' kamu sa 'indu bayay kag magkatuyug kamu!You go back to your house and you sleep!vSomeone goes or goes back somewhere.'inūli''Inūli' ku si 'Andris sa banwa kahāpun.Andres is where I went in town yesterday.'ūli', pag'ūli'gersomeone's or something's going or going back somewhereKung ka'isa nagashurtkat na lang 'aku sa bakūyud pag'ūli' ku sa bayay.Sometimes I just take a short cut over the mountain in my going back to the house.gin'ūli', 'inūli'Gin'ūli' na 'adtu 'ang 'āmun tatay sa banwa kay patay na.Our father was then taken to town because he was already dead.Binayāran 'ang 'inda gastus pagkasay; 'inūli' 'ang manga pabisti.The expenses for the wedding were paid for [and] the wedding wardrobe was taken back.gina'ulī'anNagdyāgan siya nga matūlin pa sa hāngin bīsan kasan'u man waya' na niya gina'ulī'an 'ang 'iya ginapangbu'uy.He ran faster than the wind even when the many things gotten by him were no longer taken back by him.ginpa'ūli'vSomething is taken or taken back to a person or place by someone.Nang nasayūran nang 'ākun panugāngan nga yadtu kami sa 'inda bayay, ginpa'ūli' kami magnanay sa Sāwang.When my parents-in-law found out that we were there at their house, we, mother and children, were sent back to Sawang.Mintras waya' pa 'aku makapa'ūli' diri sa Rumblun, hay nagpamidikal 'ānay 'aku.At a time when I had not yet been able to be sent back to Romblon, I was first given a medical examination.Nag'īsip siya ning ma'āyu nga para'an pāra 'indi' na kapa'ūli' si Marya.He thought of a good idea so that Mary would no longer be able to be sent back.mag'ūli'1infto go or to go back somewhereKinuybā'an 'ang tatay ni Lurit naka'īsip siya nga mag'ūli' na lang.The father of Loret felt nervous [so] he decided just to go back [home].2vA place or person is where someone goes or goes back.mag'ūli', pa'uli'Bāgu ka mag'ūli' sa Rumblun, tudlu'i 'ānay 'ang 'īmu manga ka'ibāhan!Before you go to Romblon, your [working] associates must first be taught [by you]!maka'ūli'Pwīdi ka na maka'ūli' sa 'indu bayay pāra malimpyu mu 'ang 'īmu 'isda'.It is alright that you will be able to go back to your house now so that your fish will be cleaned by you.nag'ūli', 'umūli'Pag'abut nang 'ūras manga 'alas 'unsi nang gab'i, nag'ūli' na da si Nīna.About eleven o'clock at night, Nena already returned [home].May duha ka 'ūras ning bantay 'ang 'iya manga magūyang sa 'iya nitsu bāgu sinda 'umūli' sa 'inda bayay.His parents guarded his tomb for two hours before they returned to their house.naga'ūli'Pagkatāpus ninda ning plānu sa 'inda kasay 'ang manga magūyang naga'ūli' na sa 'inda bayay.After arranging their wedding, the parents then go back to their house.Diri lang kamu magnanay; ma'ūli' 'aku sa banwa.You, mother and son, just [stay] here; I will go to town.pa'ūli'caus vSomeone is sent or is sent back (lit., is caused to go or is caused to go back) somewhere by someone else.