Romblomanon - English


k


ka'īnaadvA situation existed or an event occurred a little while ago.Ka'ayu'āyu ka pa lang ka'īna nga matutūyug, kag bahāya' ka lang nagakūrug.You were still healthy a little while ago when you were falling asleep, and [then] suddenly you were just trembling.ka'īna nang hāpun2this past afternoon
ka'īnginnan upland fieldsyn'uma vSomeone constructs an upland field.maka'ingīnanDāmu' na nga kāhuy na ginapatūbu', ngāni' hay 'ina' hay 'indi' maka'ingīnan.There are many trees that are grown, so that's why, as for that [area, it] is not able to have an upland field constructed [on it].nagka'inginvAn area has an upland field constructed on it by someone.Nagka'ingin 'aku; didtu nagpugas kami ning manga traynta gantas.I constructed an upland field; there we planted about thirty gantas of [rice] seed.
ka'ugalīngancfsarīli
ka'ugalīngunnsomeone's own bodyMay namangnuhan 'aku nga masakit sa 'akun ka'ugalīngun.Sickness in my own body was noticed by me.synsarīli cfsarīli adjone's own possessionSi Lula hay may ka'ugalīngun nga bayay.As for grandmother, [she] has [her] own house.synsarīli
kā'unvSomeone or something eats something.cfkāgud palamūnan'ipakā'un'Ang pagkā'un 'ini nga dāpat 'ipakā'un ta kay Lūlu hay 'ina' 'ang manga mayuta'.The foods that will be allowed by us to be eaten by Grandfather are those foods which are soft.cflāmunginakā'unPast progressive narrative commonly uses the present tense.Ginatan'aw gid niya 'ang ginakā'un kag tūbi' nga gina'inum.He was carefully looking at that which was being eaten and water that was being drunk.ginaka'ūnaKung panahun nga makūli' 'ang manga pagkā'un nga waya' mu ginaka'ūna hay 'īmu na ginakā'un.During times of famine, foods that are not eaten by you, are then eaten by you.ginakina'ūn'Ang būnga nang 'ini nga kāhuy hay 'imaw 'ang ginakinā'un ni MaryaAs for the fruit of this tree, that is what is always eaten by Nena.ginkā'un, kinā'un'Ang ginkā'un nang bāka hay pwīdi gid bīsan sa 'isa ka tū'ig.As for that which was eaten by the cow, it is very possible [for it to last] even one year.Kinā'un ku nga dā'an 'ang 'itlug nga 'isa ka bu'uk.One egg was eaten by me at once.gingka'ūnanvthat from which someone eatsTagahūgas 'aku nang bāsu nga gingka'ūnan nang halu'hālu'.I am the one in charge of washing the glasses which were used for eating halo-halo.Utensils from which one eats: a plate pinggan, coconut shell bowl paya', woven plate nītu' nga pinggan.ka'unannan eating placeCompare with the verbal substantive ka'ūnan 'that from which one eats' described above.'Ang manga ka'unga'an nagkadtu sa 'inda ka'unan.The group of children went to their eating place.'Ang 'āmun ka'unan hay sa baybay kung kami nagalanguy.Our eating place is on the beach when we swim.An eating place is any area where one eats-a table, the floor, a beach.ka'ūnan'Ang 'ākun ka'ūnan hay 'ang pinggan.That from which I will eat is a plate.ka'ununnsomething to eatNagpangita' siya ning ka'unun nga sabsābun pāra sa 'iya bāka.He looked for something for his cow to eat which was grazing grass.Ka'unun and pagkā'un are virtually the same in meaning.ka'ūnunKung nagpamūnga na 'ang 'iya manga tanum 'igwa pa ning ka'ūnun 'ang 'iya manga 'unga'.If his plants have already all borne fruit there will still be something that will be eaten by his children.ka'unun nga pagkā'un1nfood for eating, as bread, fast foods2nstomach food of an animal, bird, sea creature, removed when preparing the meat for eatingkakā'unPreceded by a negative.Nang 'ulīhi na gid 'indi' na 'aku kakā'un kay 'ang 'ākun panamsam hay mapa'it.Lately, I have no longer been able to eat because as for the way I taste [things], [they] are bitter.kaka'ūnunvAn eating utensil is used by someone for eating something.Di'in ka mabu'uy nang 'īmu kaka'ūnun masunud nga 'adlaw?Where will you get that which will be eaten by you the next day?magkā'un1infto eatKung 'aku didtu gustu magkā'un, ya' na 'aku galingaw.If I like to eat there, I do not make noise.'Ang Mangyan nahuya' magkā'un sa 'āmun pinggan.The Mangyan was embarrassed to eat from our plate.2gersomeone's eating'Aba, pinanggan'ut 'aku pagkatāpus ku ning 'un.Oh, I was extensively soaked upon my completion of eating.3ti gerafter or upon someone's eatingPagkakā'un nāmun nagpahuway na kami.After our eating, we rested.4'Indi' gid siya magkā'un kag waya' gid ning duktur nga makapa'āyu sa 'iya.She really does not eat and no doctor is able to make her better.makā'unMakā'un kita ning mangga.We will eat mangoes.makakā'unGinadisidihan ku gid nga 'aku makabu'uy butung pāra lang gid 'aku makakā'un kay kagūtum na gid.I am really deciding that I should get a young coconut so that I will be able to eat because I am already hungry.nagakā'unGinabinakyan ni Lu'is ning tināpay 'adtung magūyang, siya 'ina' waya' siya gakā'un.That old man continuously has bread bought for [him] by Luis, [but] as for that one, he eats nothing.nagakinā'unSi Dilya nagakinā'un nang būnga nang kanduy.'As for Delia, [she] always eats the fruit of the waxgourd.nagkinā'un'Ang bāka, hay nagkinā'un ning bilug gid nga 'adlaw.As for the cow, [it] continually ate the whole day.nakā'unGinpangutana niya 'ang bāka kung nakā'un niya 'ang tanan niya nga gustu.He asked the cow if all she wanted was able to be eaten by her.nakakā'unDiri lang 'aku sa Rumblun nakakā'un ning kan'un nga ma'is.Here only in Romblon I was able to eat cooked corn.pagkā'unnprepared foodBusug gid 'aku ka'āyu kay kadaku' 'ang pagkā'un.I am really very satisfied in eating because the food is abundant.Bāwal nga ka'ūnun lālu' na gid 'inang manga ma'asin na pagkā'un.[They] are forbidden to be eaten, especially those salty foods.cfpriparasyuntāhaw pakā'un1caus vFood is allowed by someone to be eaten by someone else.pakā'un2nan eating event, as at the reception of a baptism or weddingNakakatilaw 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 somewhat delicious when they were able to go to eating events.panginā'un1ti gerthe time of someone's eatingNagahuyat lang 'ina' sinda nga magtā'ub kag 'imaw 'ang 'inda panginā'un.Those just wait for [it] to become high tide and that's the time of their eating.2vSomething is eaten by someone or something.