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kagab'i2vargab'i2last nightHay kagab'i hay nakakīta' kunu si Dīding ning ga'inggat dira' hu sa may 'akasya.Last night, they say, Diding saw something which was sparkling right there near the acacia tree.
kagadkad2na ribbed sunset clam molluskGari costulata
kagadkad1na dull obovaria molluskObovaria retusa
kagamaycfmanīwang
kagamitan2vargāmit 1bfurniture
kagankannscaly scalp incrustationCommonly found on the scalp of an unbathed infant consisting of dead skin and grime.
kagangna leaf stem, to which a plant leaf is joinedcfgakudStems (not the vines gakud) of sweet potato plants kamūti or greater yams 'ūbi, 'ūmag are planted for growing new plants.
kagatnthe pincers of an ant, crustaceansynsipit vSomeone or something bites something else; an ant or crustacean bites someone, something with its pincers.synsipit ginakagat'Ang 'iya 'ini ning 'unud, hay ginakagat nang 'ūmang pāra hay malūnut.As for its meat, [it] is bitten with pincers by hermit crabs so that it will be masticated.magkagat'Ang pagkā'un 'ini nga dāpat 'ipakā'un ta kay Lūlu hay 'ina' 'ang manga mayuta' kay kung matugas 'indi' na sya makaduyut magkagat.The food we should let Grandfather eat are those foods which are soft because if it is hard, he can no longer pierce [it] to bite [it].pagpangagat1gersomething's always bitingNagamantas pagpangagat 'ang 'āyam kung 'ini hay nakapangagat na.A dog becomes aggressive in always biting when it is already able to bite.2vSomeone or something is bitten by someone or something else; someone or something is bitten with pincers by an ant or crustacean.
kāgawngermsvSomeone or something is contaminated with germs.gingkāgaw was contaminated
kagāwadna village councilorsynkunsihal nang baryumunisipal kunsihal
kāgudna glutton, an intemperate personcfkā'unlāmunpalamūnanadjkakagudkāgud1int adjSomeone is very intemperate or immoderate in doing something as drinking or eating.'Aku hay ya' gabaytamin, pīru sa katūyug naman, hay kakagudkāgud gid 'aku.As for me, [I] am not taking vitamins, but as for sleeping, I am very immoderate.2vSomeone becomes greedy for or becomes excessively fond of something.makāgudSomeone is intemperate or immoderate in doing something as drinking or eating.Sinabat 'aku nga 'aku hay makāgud ning tuba'.I was told that I am the one who is intemperate in [drinking] coconut wine.nagakāgudMa'āyu kung tinakus 'ang bahug nang bābuy kay nagakāgud.It is good if the pig feed has been measured because [they] become greedy [for it].
kagunahunan2vargunahun2a grassy areacfkalinghutan
kaguyāngan2na forest, located in remote areas and usually publicly ownedBihīra' ka 'ini makakīta'; 'ini nga manuk naga'istar siya sa kaguyāngan.It is rare that one will see this; as for this kind of chicken [it] stays in the forest.cfkalatī'anlāti'