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puspuruna match for starting a fire'Igwa kami ning ma'ibakay ning 'asin, puspuru, 'asūkar kag habun.We have [money] to use in buying salt, matches, sugar and soap.cfpalītun'asūgi nang puspuruna combustible match headkāha nang puspuruna matchbox
pusta'na bet in the form of moneySa banwa may tigdagkū'an gid nga pusta' naga'ābut ning tigkinyintus.In town there are some [people] whose bets go to five hundred [pesos] each.vSomeone bets money on something, as on a number or series of numbers, on cards.'ikapusta'vSomething as cards, numbers, a game is that on which someone bets.'Ining tāwu nga sugaruy kadamū'an, kung waya' na ning kwarta nga 'ikapusta' hay nagapangawat.Most people who are gamblers, if there is no more money that can be used for betting, steal extensively.ginapusta'anPagka'āga nag'ūli' 'aku sa banwa; kadtu 'aku sa ginapusta'an; hambay ku, "Bakanti ba 'ang dus 'ūnu?"In the morning I went to town; I went to the place where [they] bet; I said, "Is two one available [in this ending game 'inding]?"gingpusta'Tūdu gid 'ang 'iya ning panganūgun sa kwarta nga 'iya gingpusta'.Her regret about the money which she used for betting is intense.gingpusta'anvthe place where someone betsPagka'āga 'adtu 'ining 'ākun kakilāya nag'ūli' sa banwa kag nagpusta'; dāmu' nga kard 'ang 'iya gingpusta'an.That morning, this friend of mine went to town and bet; many cards were that on which she bet.Nang malapit na matāpus 'ang kānam, 'ang numiru nga daw mada'ug hay malapit na didtu sa numiru nga 'ākun gingpusta'an.When the game was about to finish, the number which it seemed would win was close to the number on which I bet.magpusta'1infin betting, to betKung 'aku 'adtu nagapusta', hay tigdus lang; 'aba, nang 'adtung nagda'ug 'aku ginanāhan na gid 'aku magpusta'!When I bet at that time, it was only two pesos each [time]; oh, when I won I really became interested in betting!2vSomething, usually money, is used by someone for betting.nagapapusta'Kadtu pa gid 'aku sa 'isa nga tindāhan nga nagapapusta'.I still went to another store which was allowing bets to be placed.nagpusta'Nadumduman ku 'adtu 'ang 'isturya nang 'adtung 'ākun kakilāya kundi' hay nagpusta' 'aku ning dyis pīsus sa numiru nga nuwībi 'ūnu.I remembered the story of that friend of mine so I bet ten pesos on the number nine-one.pangpusta'pur gerfor betting'Igwa 'aku diri ning kalāpit nga kung waya' ning kwarta nga pangpusta' sa sugay hay nagabaligya' ning gāmit parīhu nang 'alādin kundi' man hay bisiklīta.I have a neighbor here who, if he has no money for betting in gambling, he sells his personal belongings like a pressure lantern or bicycle.papusta'vSomeone, an establishment allows bets to be placed by someone else.
pamuhun2vSomeone asks permission from someone else to be able to do something.cfpagtūgut'ipamuhunSīgi na Lūlu! Day'un mu na 'aku pabālik sa 'indu; 'ipamuhun mu 'aku kay Nanay.Go ahead Grandfather! Take me going back to your house; I should have permission asked to Mother for [me] by you.cftūgutmagpamuhunvA particular situation or action is asked for by someone from someone else.The future tense affix ma- is affixed to the root muhun.Kung 'ikaw hay magpamuhun sa 'īmu tatay kag nanay hay day'un ta 'ikaw pa bayay.If, as for you, [you] ask permission from your father and mother you will be taken by us to the house.Mamuhun 'aku nga 'indi' 'ānay 'aku makatrabāhu 'adtu nga 'adlaw.I will ask permission that I will not have to work that one day.nagapamuhunKung nagapamuhun naman kami sa 'āmun magūyang nga makadtu sa Manīla' 'indi' naman kami tugūtan.If we ask permission from our parents that we will go to Manila they will not permit us.nagpamuhunNang natāpus na 'adtu nga gingpamagtāgu' nāmun 'ang tanum kag nagpamuhun kami kay Binung kung puydi hay ma'ūli' na kami.When [our eating lunch] was able to be finished, each of the plants were put away [in a safe place] and we asked permission then from Benong if we could go [home].pinamūhunvSomeone has permission asked for them by someone else that a particular event happen or state exist.Sa kadūgay ku na da pinamūhun 'ākun manga magūyang nga mangamūhan 'aku, nagtūgut na da sinda sa 'ākun.After a long time in which permission was asked for by me of my parents for me to work as a domestic helper, they then permitted me.
pangamūyu'2nsomeone's prayer to God; someone's entreaty to someone elsePinamatī'an nang Dyus sa lāngit 'ang 'ātun pangamūyu' nga kita hay paday'an ning magabūlig sa 'ātun.God in heaven listened to our prayers that we would be sent someone to help us.cfpagdasayvSomeone prays to God for someone or something; someone entreats someone concerning a certain matter.'ipangamūyu''Ipangamūyu' ku si Nīna nga mag'āyu 'ang 'iya sakit.Nena will be prayed for by me that her sickness will get better.cfdasay ginapangamuyu''Ang 'ākun lang 'adtu ginapangamuyu' nga kabay pa nga masayūran gid kung sin'u 'ang nagpangawat ning kwarta.The only thing that I am praying for is, may it be that it will be known who the one is who extensively stole money.mangamūyu'vSomeone or something is prayed for by someone to God; someone is the object of entreaty by someone else.Mangamūyu' 'aku nga magahāba' pa 'ang 'īmu kabūhi'.I will pray that you will still have a long life.nagapangamuyu''Ang manga lūha' ni Plurintīna hay daw kristal nga nagapangamuyu'.Florentina's tears were like crystal [flowing down her cheeks] as [she] entreated [Enrico not to leave her].nagapinangamūyu'Nagapinangamūyu' da 'aku nga kabay pa kunta' nga maghunas na kay kadaku'dāku' 'ang tā'ub; hālus 'ang humbak hay nagasuyud na sa 'āmun bayay.I keep on praying that it might possibly become low tide now because the high tide was very intense; as for the waves, [they] were about to go inside our house.pangamuyū'an, 'ipangamūyu'Pangamuyū'an si Nīna nga mag'āyu 'ang 'iya sakit.Nena should be prayed for that her sickness will get better.
pangutana2vSomeone asks a question of someone else.'ipangutānavSomeone is asked a question by someone.'Igwa 'akuy 'ipangutāna sa 'īmu: "Bāsi' 'ang 'ākun 'apu, nang 'aku hay nakīta' hay 'indi' na magbuyag sa 'ākun?"I had something that would be asked of you: "Why was it that as for my grandchild, when I was seen [by him], he would no longer leave me?"ginpangutana, ginpangutan'an, pinangutānaGinpangutana niya 'aku kung sa di'in 'aku pakadtu.I was asked by her where I would go.'Adtu gali' 'ang ginpangutan'an nāmun 'asāwa gali' 'adtu ni Linda.As for the one asked [a question] by us [he] was the husband of Linda.Pinangutāna pa 'aku nga "Marta sa di'in si Manang mu?"I was first asked [by my parents], " Martha, where is your Older Sister?"mangutāna1vA question is asked by someone.Ma- + pangutana + length = mangutāna.Mangutāna 'aku sa 'īmu: "'Inang kamalunggay; ginabuyung mu ba 'ina'?"I will ask you: "As for that malunggay tree, will [it] be used by you [as a herbal medicine] for curing [a sick person]?"2Stem plus length functions in a request sentence.Kung masayūran mu kung sin'u, pangutāna na lang dāyun kung san'u 'ang kasay, 'agud makasimba kita sa 'ūras nang kasay.When you know who the one [in charge] is, then it should be asked when the wedding will be so that we can go to church at the time of the wedding ceremony.nagapangutanaSa dayanun kadāmu' 'ang nagapangutana kung pila kunu 'ang 'ākun bakay nang tiyu'.Along the road, many were asking my buying price for the puppy.nagpangutanaMay nagpangutana sa 'iya kung di'in maghalin 'ang prinsipi.Someone asked him where the prince came from.nakapangutānaWaya' pa da 'aku nakapangutāna kay Pari Lu'is, kung pila 'ang kīta' nang 'adtu nga gab'i.I was not yet able to ask Friend Luis how much the income for that night was.pangutan'ungersomeone's asking a questionThe stem pangutana plus length functions as a gerund.May 'ūras gid nga pangutan'un ku 'ang 'īmu tatay nga ginahambay mu.There will surely be a time that your father will be asked by me what you said.Nang yadtu na kami sa dāyan, 'ang pangutāna ku hay, "Kasan'u pa 'ini siya nagpasakit nang 'iya tiyan?"When we were already on the road, that asked by me (lit., my asking) was, "When had this one first been caused to experience pain by her stomach?"
pataynthe dead; i.e., someone who has diedSee also matay.'Ang paglubung kag 'ang pagdumdum sa manga patay, 'ang 'ulīhi nga kasaysāyan sa kabūhi' nang tāwu; 'imaw 'ina' na 'ang 'iya kamatāyun.The burial and the remembering of the dead [during All Saints' Day] is the last part of the life experiences of ones life; that is their death.cfnahaningadja dead person, animal, plantDiri nga lugar hay mabāhu' ning patay nga 'ambu'.This place has the bad smell of a dead rat.Pagkatāpus hay 'ākun na 'ina' ginakadtu 'ang barūtu kag 'ang manga patay nga 'isda' hay ginabu'uy ku.After that, I went to the small boat and I got the dead fish.'ipapatayNahadluk si Birting sa 'īmu kay kung 'īmu siya 'ipapatay.Berting is afraid of you because he might be caused by you to be killed.būhu' nang patay (būhu' 4)a graveginpatay, gingpatay, pinatayByarnis Santu hay ginpatay na si Hisus nga pāra 'isilibrar 'ang 'ūna nga gin'agīhan nang 'ātun Panginu'ung Dyus nga si Hisus.On Good Friday Jesus was already killed so that the first experience of our Lord God who is Jesus would be celebrated.Waya' kami makasāyud nga dra' sa banwa 'igwa na gali' ning gingpatay.We did not know that there in town there was already [someone] who was killed.May 'isa pinatay na nang sundālu.There was one who was killed by the soldiers.himatay2Someone faints, loses consciousness.synbu'uy 'animubu'uy ning ginhāwamabuy'an 'animunabuy'an ning ginhāwamagpatay1infto kill someone or somethingDuha ka tāwu 'ang kahinangyan nga magpatay kag maglimpyu sa bābuy.Two people are the ones needed to kill and to clean the pig.2vSomeone or something is killed by someone else, something else.mangpatayMangpatay na gid tanan na manga tāwu.All the people were certainly being killed.nagpatayNagpatay ning manuk 'ang 'iya lūlu kay pāra 'ipasuya' sa 'inda 'apu.His grandfather killed a chicken so that [it] would be allowed to be served as side-dish food for their grandchild.patay na1adjSomeone is dead.Gin'ūli' na 'ang 'āmun tatay sa banwa kay patay na.Our father was already brought to town because he was dead.cfhaning 2vSomeone or something kills someone or something else.patay na pataypseudo vSomeone is smitten with desire.Mahīlig gida 'ina' si Turing sa gwāpu, gāni' pagkakīta' kay Dyūwil, 'aba! Patay na patay siya didtu.Toring is very fond of that handsome one, so upon seeing Joel, wow! She was smitten there.patay nang ging'unga' ('unga' 5)stillbirthpatayunvarpatyun1caus vSomeone is caused by someone else to be killed.Kung patugāhan ku sinda ning bābuy waya' da sinda ning bābuy nga patyun kay 'igwa lang sinda 'adtu 'ang 'uruk.If they will be asked by me for a pig, they have no pig that could be killed because those ones only have a piglet.
pī'utvSomeone or something is put into a container, receptacle by someone.'ipī'utvA container, receptacle is that into which something is put.'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 into a big trunk by you because he is hard headed.ginapī'utKung matāpus mu na lukad tanan, 'ang lūtu' nga linūgit hay ginapī'ut na sa kustal kag hakūtun na pakadtu sa bayay.If you are able to finish gouging out all [the coconuts], the cooked copra is put into a sack and they are carried to the house.pī'ut, pagpī'utgersomeone's putting something into a containerKung tapus na 'ut sa kustal, tahi'un mu naman ning 'istru 'ang ba'ba' nang kustal.If putting into sacks is already finished, sew the opening of the sack with a plastic straw.'Imaw nang 'imaw 'ang ginahuman kung pa'unu 'ang pagpī'ut nang lūgit sa kustal.The operation is repeated over and over in putting copra into a sack.pi'utan'Ang ba'ba' 'ina' nang pi'utan ning putut hay kabahuy.The mouth of that [container] into which pond-field shrimp will be put is big.pilit'an2na container'Ang 'īmu daya kung nagapanihi' 'igwa ka ning daya nga suyut kag pilit'an nga butāngan ning sīhi'.Your things when getting shells is a digging bolo and a container where shells are put.
pilakvSomething is cast away or out, thrown away or out by someone; someone is banished by someone else.'ipilakvthe place where something is cast away or thrown; the place where someone is banishedKung 'iya nasikyu', 'ipilak naman 'adtu nya 'ang lāta sa malayu' kag 'ikaw gihāpun 'ang mapūyut kay 'ikaw 'ang 'aswang.If he is able to be tagged, that can will be thrown again by him to a far place and you will still be the one to pick it up because you are the ghost.ginapilakNagasuga' ning ka'ūtud nga lukay kung nagapangilat; ginapilak sa bintāna' para kunu 'indi' magsuyud 'ang kilat sa suyud nang bayay.A piece of blessed palm leaf is lit during lightning; it is thrown out of the window so that, they say, the lightning will not go inside the house.ginpilakan'Ang puyu' nga ginpilakan kay Marya hay yadtu sa tunga'tūnga' nang dāgat.The island where Maria was banished was there in the middle of the ocean.
plastarvObjects are arranged by someone.cfginahīpidgingkamādahīpidkamādatāgu'2tatāgu'tīpun'iplastar'Iplastar ma'āyu 'ang manga bunut sa paywa nang niyug.Carefully arrange the coconut husks on [dry] coconut fronds.ginaplastar'Ang binu'ak nga niyug hay ginaplastar ma'āyu.The pieces of coconut are arranged carefully.pagplastargerthe arranging or arrangement of objects by someoneGingtabu'tābu' ni Lāni 'ang pagplastar nang banig sa sayug.The arrangement of the mats on the floor was that [they] were overlapped by Lani.cfhīpidkamāda
prisintarvSomeone applies for a particular document, applies for permission to do something.'iprisintar'Igwa kunta' 'aku ning ka'ibāhan nga 'iprisintar sa 'īmu.I should have had a companion who would have been presented to you.maprisintarvSomeone or something is presented to someone by someone else.'Ang tiglyaki hay nagakadtu sa bayay nang tigbabayi; nagasigir na sinda kung 'anu nga 'adlaw kag kung 'anu nga pitsa sinda maprisintar nang 'inda manga 'unga' nga kasayun.The engaged man's close relatives go to the house of the engaged lady's close relatives; they have the second pre-marriage meeting [to discuss] what day and date they will apply [to the municipal office] for their children who will be married.nakaprisintarKung nakaprisintar na 'ang manga kyasāyun ginabāwal na dira' 'ang pagbyāhi sa malayu' nga lugar nga matabuk pa ning dāgat kay madali' kunu ma'aksidinti.When couples about to be married are already able to apply for [a marriage license], traveling to a far place in which [they] will still pass over the sea is easy to have an accident.
puypugvSomething is pounded by someone with a suitable instrument.'ipuypug'Ipuypug ku 'ang martilyu sa batu.A hammer will be used by me to pound the stone.ginapuypug'Ang 'iban nga grāba hay ginapuypug nang martilyu.Some gravel is pounded with a hammer.puypugunvA suitable instrument is used by someone to pound something.Puypugun ku 'ang batu ning martilyu.The stone will be pounded by me with a hammer.
pūwaknthe throat of a person, animalbāhuy 'ang pūwak (bāhuy 3)Someone becomes puffed up or proud.
pilaintg impers pronhow many people, things? how much substance?'Ang hambay nang 'ākun 'asāwa, "Pila kamu maghayāli nga tiyad 'ina' kagwāpa?"My husband said, "How many siblings are you who are beautiful like that?"intg impers pronbīsan pila1rel pronregardless of how many; regardless of how muchKita na gid 'ini nga mag'amīga, tapus 'indi' mu pa ma'isturbu bīsan pila pa ka 'ūras kita 'inirgūhan.We are already good friends, so you will still not disturb me regardless of how many hours we will keep on talking.bīsan pila21indef adj detany amount of something; any number of actions, people or thingsBīsan pila is followed by the number ligature ka and a substantive.Dāpat kunta' taw'an ninda 'aku bīsan pila na lang ka pīsu 'u kung 'anu nga makakabūlig sa 'inda manga manghud.[It would have been] desirable [that] I would have been given any amount of money by them or whatever would really be able to help their younger siblings [but nothing was given].2adjseveral actions, people, situations, thingsFollowed by ka and a substantive.Lumīgad 'ang pila ka tū'ig, naka'īsip sina Rubin nga mabālik sa 'inda lugar.[After] several years passed by, the Ruben family decided that they would return to their place.kung pilarel impers pronhow many people or things; how much of somethingFollowed by the number ligature ka and a measure noun.'Ari nyan ya' ku pa da masasayūri kung pila ka 'iktarya 'ang 'ākun ning dūta'.As of now, [it] is still not able to be known at all by me how many hectares my land holdings [amounts to].pila ka bilugadja few actions, people, situations, things'Ang 'iya 'ini ning balayan hay 'igwa ning pila ka bilug nga tunuk.As for its empty shell (i.e., of a common pacific nerite mollusk) there are a few spines.
prisidintinthe president of a country, a firmnbīsi prisidintinthe vice-president of a country, a firm
pa'unnbait used for catching fish, mollusks, octopusesKilāya mu nga nagaluwas sa būhu' 'ang 'amumu'pu' kay ginabirabīra niya 'ang 'udyung nga 'igway pa'un.You will know that the small octopus is coming out from its hole because it pulls the spear head which has bait back and forth.vSomething is used as bait by someone.ginapa'un'Ang 'amumu'pu' ginapa'un sa pagbunit ning 'isda'.Small octopus is used as bait in fishing with a hook and line.
pahubas2vNets are used by someone for catching fish in shallow water.ginapahubas(See also pahubas under hubas 1.)'Adtung manga pūkut nga 'inda ginapahubas, hay malūya na gid, 'indi' na kāya sa dāgat.As for [working with] those nets which are used by them for catching fish in shallow water, [their father] is weak, [the nets] can no longer be coped with in the ocean.
pāhugvSomeone is frightened by someone else or something.ginapahugpāhugGinapahugpāhug ku lang 'adtu siya, kay bāsi' bayā'an 'aku niya? Hay mahal na mahal 'aku niya.That one was just being frightened a little bit by me, because why should I be left alone by her? I am loved very much by her.ginapināhug'Adtung 'ākun manghud hay ginapināhug.As for that younger sibling of mine, [she] is continually being frightened.gingpapāhug'Ang 'adbaysir ku sa tird yir hay gingpapāhug 'aku.As for my supervising teacher in the third year [of my studies], I was caused to become frightened [by her].papāhugcaus vSomeone is caused to become frightened by someone else, something.
pakangna hitting stick used for hitting someone or somethingcfbungkuyginabinungkuytāma'tamā'an, tamā'unvSomeone or something is hit with a stick by someone else.ginapakangKāda lāpit nang yāki, ginapakang siya; bālik naman sa pīliw 'ang yāki.Whenever the man came near [the girl], he was being hit with a stick [by her]; so the man went back again to the corner.cfbungkuytāma'
pana'na spearcfbangkawsayangsang sumbilingna spear gunnginapāna'Kung sinda 'ini ginapāna' hay nagabatukbātuk 'ang 'iya ning lāwas.When they (i.e., cuttlefish) are speared with a spear gun, their bodies eject ink.mamāna'2Mamāna' 'aku; wayay makapugung sa 'ākun gustu.I will go spear fishing; no one can stop me from what I want to do.cfsayangsang nagapamana'Kung 'aku naman nagapamana', 'ang 'isda' ginabaylu ku naman ning kamūti kag balinghuy.Whenever I would go spear fishing, as for the fish, [it] would be exchanged by me for sweet potato tubers and cassava roots.pamana'2vSomeone goes spear fishing with a spear gun pana'.pāna'vSomething is speared with a spear gun pana'.
pānawvSomeone leaves or goes out from a place; someone goes or goes around a place, walks to, in, around, from a place.'Ang 'iya naman tatay hay pirmi pānaw kay nagapangita' nang 'inda makakā'un.His father was always going out because he was looking for something for them to eat.synnaglantū'agcf'ābug'ābug'ābug'ābugbisītaginabaktashumanlantū'aglantū'aglantū'aglantū'agmagsabu'sābu'naga'ābugnagapanturagtūragnagapasīyupagpamasyarpamasyar3pamasyar3pamasyar3pamasyar3pasīyupasīyupasīyupasīyusābu'sābu'sābu'sābu'tātapturagturagturagturagginapanāwan'Aysus! Ginapanāwan lang gid 'aku ni Dyūwil kay nagakinadtu sa 'iya barkāda.Oh my! I am left behind by Joel because he keeps on going to his group (i.e., male companions).kapānawKadamu'dāmu' 'ang linghut; hālus 'indi' ka na kapānaw.The rank vegetation was very extensive; you could hardly walk [there].magpānawvSomeone or something is left behind by someone.Huyatun mu si Simun nga matuyūgan bāgu ka magpānaw.You wait for Simon to be able to sleep before you leave.Kung tyimpu 'uyānun bihīra' 'ang Mangyan magpānaw; yāra' lang sinda sa suyud nang 'inda bayay.During the time of the rainy season the Mangyans seldom go out; they are just there inside their house.magpinānawGinghambay ku gāni' 'ang 'ākun manga 'unga' nga lyāki nga kung puydi 'indi' 'ānay sinda magpinānaw nga magpinamūtung.My male children were told by me that if possible they should not keep on walking around to keep on gathering young coconuts.makapānawWaya' da gihāpun kami makapānaw pakadtu sa ginabuy'an nang pasapurti kay waya' 'aku sirtipīku.We were still not able to leave to go to where we would get the passport because I didn't have my birth certificate.mapānawKung pwīdi hay mapānaw 'ānay 'aku sa malayu'.If it is possible, I will just go far away.nagapānawKadāmu' na 'ang nagahambay sa 'iya nga, "Bāsi' waya' na kamu nagapānaw? Nagahinūyat na sa 'indu 'ang pāri' nga magakasay sa 'indu."Many were saying to her, "Why were you not walking? The priest who is to marry you is waiting for you."nagapinānaw'Anung kinasayūran ku kung 'anu 'ang 'indu ginahuman? Kay nagapinānaw kamu nga duha.What do I know about what you are doing? Because you two are always going out.nagpamagpānawKung di'in naman kami pakadtu kay 'ang sundālu, hay nagpamagpānaw na sa būkid.We just went anywhere (i.e., we could not make plans as to where we would go) because the soldiers were already each going around on the mountain.nagpānawNagpānaw na kami 'ina' nyan kay nagadaku'daku' na da 'ang 'uyan nga nagatūyu'.We left already because the rain that was dripping was becoming very intense.nagpinānawNagpinānaw 'ina' siya sa kaguyāngan ning pila ka 'adlaw gakā'un ning pagkā'un nga bīsan 'anu lang.That one kept on going around in the forest for several days eating food of just any kind.pānaw, pagpānawgersomeone's going around, going out, going someplace, leaving, walkingKung nagadungan naman sinda, bahāya' lang nagatūlin 'ang pānaw ni Līlay.When they were doing [it] together, suddenly the walking of Lilay became faster.synlantū'agcf'ābugbaktaspamasyar3pasīyusābu'turagpanawanna walking areaNagka'ibahan kami 'ari nyan kay Binung sa panawan; siya gida hay pwirsādu kakūsug sa pagsāka' sa būkid.Benong and I associated with each other in a walking area today; he is very strong in climbing up the mountain.pumānawPagka'āga nga pakadtū'un na si Huwan sa bunītan, bāgu siya pumānaw ginlūbung niya 'ang 'iya lūla sa tungud nang hagdan.In the morning when John was about to go to the place to fish with hook and line, before he left his grandmother was first buried by John in a place nearby the doorstep.
pangāku'2na promise or vow made to God, a patron saint, someone elseNalīpay da 'ina' 'ang magūyang ni Lusya, kay 'imaw 'adtu 'ang pangāku' nang tatay nang yāki.The parents of Lucia were happy because that was the promise of the boy's father.vSomeone promises or makes a promise or vow to God, a patron saint, someone else.ginapangaku'anKung halimbāwa' 'unga' 'ang nagamasakit, 'ang santus 'ina' nga kapirmīhan nga ginapangaku'an hay si San Bisinti, Santu Ninyu, San Rūki, Salbasyun.Supposing a child is the one who gets sick, the saints who most commonly have vows made to them are Saint Vincent, The Holy Child, Saint Roque and Saint Salvacion.ma'ipangāku'vGod, a patron saint, someone is promised something or has a vow made to them by someone else.'Ang 'iya lang ma'ipangāku' sa 'ātun hay ginadiskusyunan 'ini nang 'iya 'unum nga ka'ibāhan.What is able to be promised by him is that this will be discussed by his six companions, [and] he will be one [of them].makapangāku'vSomething is promised or vowed by someone to God, a patron saint, to someone else.'Indi' makapangāku' si Mistir Rīyis kung san'u mag'abut 'ang būlig.Mr. Reyes is not able to promise when the funds will arrive.nagapangāku'May manga pamilya nga nagapangāku' magkanta ning Plūris sa 'inda manga bayay sūbung man sa simbāhan.There are some families who make a vow [to a saint] to sing the May Flowers novena in their house or in the church.pinangakū'anNagahitsūra sinda ning 'ati'āti kay 'ina' hay 'imaw 'ina' 'ang 'inda pinangakū'an nga dibusyun.They look like made-up Negrito-like people because as for them that is the devotion that was promised by them [to the Holy Infant].
pangayu'vSomeone asks for something from someone else.ginapangayu''Ang ginapangayu' sa 'īmu hay 'ang paghigugma' mu sa 'iya.What is being asked for from you is your love for him.magpangayu'1imper vSomeone must or should ask for something from God, someone else.Magpangayu' ka ning būlig sa 'ātun Ginū'u.You should ask for help from our God.2vSomething is asked for by someone from someone else.makapangāyu'Pwīdi ba 'aku nga makapangāyu' sa 'īmu ning tūbi'?Is it possible that I will be able to ask for water from you?nagpangayu', nangāyu'Si Manung Lurit nagpangayu' būlig sa munisipyu nga magpadaya ning pulis bīlang gwardya sa 'inda pabayli.Older Brother Loret asked for help from the municipal office to have policemen sent as guards at their benefit dance.Nangāyu' pasinsya 'ang manga tāwu sa lūlu ni Birting.The people asked for patience from the grandfather of Berting.napangāyu''Imaw lang 'ini 'ang 'ākun napangāyu' nga bayudāta.The curriculum vitae was the only thing that was able to be asked for by me.
pani'id2vSomeone watches or observes someone or something.cfbatyag1batyag1batyag1batyag1batyag1batyag1batyag1ginapurbahanginpatan'aw1hangadhangadhangadhangadhangadhangadhangadli'li'li'li'li'li'li'li'li'li'li'li'li'li'lingiglingiglingiglingiglingiglingiglingiglingigmata mata mata mata mata mata mata naghināngad nagpabatyagnamat'anpagpinangli'li'purbapurbapurbapurbapurbapurbapurbasiru'siru'siru'siru'siru'siru'siru'siru'atan'awtan'awtan'awtan'awtan'awtan'awtan'awtutuktutuktutuktutuktutuktutuktutuktutukunginapani'īranMadāmu' nga tyimpu nga ginapani'īran ni Magbayūtu 'ini 'ang tatlu nga maghāli.Many times these three sisters were being watched by Magbayoto.mapani'īranGustu ku, siya mapani'īran 'ang 'iya batāsan.I want that, as for him, his character will be observed [by me].cfbatyag1hangadli'li'lingigmata purbasiru'tan'awtutuknagapani'idvSomeone or something is observed or watched by someone else.With undergoer focus the stem includes length.May 'isa naman nga hari'ānun nga si Dun Pakasyu nagapani'id sa manga nagakatābu' sa palasyu ni 'Inrīku.There was another king who was Don Pakasyo; [he] was watching the various happenings at the palace of Don Enrico.nagpani'idNagpanagu' siya kag nagpani'id.He hid and observed [it].
pānitnthe bark of a tree or plant; the peeling or skin of a fruit; the shuck of Indian corn; the skin of a person or animal'Ang 'inda ginakā'un hay 'ang pānit nang kāhuy kundi' man hay 'ang manga lunut nga dāhun.What they (i.e., common Pacific nerite mollusks) eat is the bark of trees or decayed leaves.Ka'ūnun mu na lang 'ābir pānit pāra masudlan 'ang 'īmu tyan ning pagkā'un.Even [vegetable] peelings would just be eaten by one so that one's stomach would be able to have food put inside.Pag mahawīran mu 'ang bunut nga matayum, nagapaksi' gid 'ang pānit nang 'īmu pāyad.When the husk [of coconuts] which is abrasive will happen to be held by you, the skin of your palm surely comes off.vA fruit, vegetable is peeled by someone; a plant, shrub, tree, a part of the body is barked by someone; Indian corn is shucked by someone.ginapanītan'Ina' 'ang mangga nga hilaw, ginsaksak ku 'ina', pīru ginapanītan ku 'ānay.As for those unripe mangoes, they were chopped into pieces by me, but they were peeled by me first.
puyukginapapūyukKung kami nakikīta' ninda sa 'iban nga bayay ginapapūyuk kami na parīhuy manuk.When we were seen by them at other houses, we were allowed to fight like chickens.cfbātu'papuyukcaus vSomeone is allowed by someone to fight someone else.