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badaey [badá-ey] (irreg. infl. bad-ey) (comp. of bada, ey) interj Stop that now!; don't do that any more! (as of not going ahead with a previous activity or plan). (sem. domains: - Ignore.)

baliwaya [baliwayâ] (der. of waya) vt To disregard, neglect, ignore, eliminate, put something out of one's mind. baliwala Abaliwayaon nako katong imo bisaya sa ako. I’ll forget what you said about me. Ingbaliwaya nida kag pagbugno it ida amigo. She disregarded her friend’s greeting to her. Abaliwayaon nako ikaw sa listahan pag indi ka mag-abot. I’ll eliminate your name on the list if you won’t come. Dapat nak indi nato baliwayaon kag mga bisaya it ato Panginoon. We should not ignore God’s words. (sem. domains: - Ignore.)

bungoy-bunguyan [bungoy-bungúyan] (der. of bungoy) v To ignore, disregard, turn a deaf ear to something. bingi-bingihan Ingpabungoy-bungoyan yang ni Ana kag tugra it ida mga maguyang. Ana just ignored the advice of her parents. (sem. domains: - Ignore.)

hitihot [hitíhot] 1n A disturbance to one’s thoughts. istorbo Ingga it usang bagay nak perming hitihot sa amo panamram ag paino-ino. There is one thing that is always a disturbance to our feelings and thoughts. (sem. domains: - Notice, - Ignore, 3.2 - Think.) 2vbt To disturb one’s thoughts; to have a troubled mind; to keep thinking about a problem. istorbo Tong nawagit ninra nak baka it imaw kag pirming hitihot sa ida isip. Their lost cow often disturbs his thoughts. (sem. domains: 2.5.8 - Mental illness, - Worried, - Upset.)

ilag [ílag] vbt To avoid; wary of; get out of the way. íwas Nag-iilag kag tawo pagnarayan kag yango. People avoid drunkards when they come by. Waya giilag kag anak kada natamaan it bola. The child didn’t get out of the way so was hit by the ball. syn: iwas, iway, likaw. (sem. domains: - Avoid, - Ignore.)

iwas [íwas] vbt To avoid somebody; to escape. iwas Sunor nak sunor gihapon sida aber ako ey inaiwasan sida. He still keeps following me even if I’m avoiding him. syn: iway, ilag, likaw. (sem. domains: - Avoid, - Ignore.)

lipas [lípas] 11.1vbt To pass over, bypass, overlook. lampasan Amo tan-a si Joy alipasan kung waya namo sida nakita. We would have passed Joy over had we not seen her. Nagutas kag anak sa eskwelahan dahil nalipasan sida it gutom. The child fainted in school because she missed her meal. (sem. domains: 8.1.4 - More.) 22.1v To overcome. Malilipasan rang gador nato kaling mga kahirapan. We shall overcome these hardships. (sem. domains: - Solve a problem.) 33.1vbt To pass by, beyond as of time to eat, sleep etc. nakaraan Pag nalipas kag ako katuyugon, indiey ako makatuyugan. When my sleepness passes, I no longer feel sleepy. Tong naglipas nak semana, ingtakuran kag amo bayay it koriente. This past week our house was attached to the electrical power. (sem. domains: 5.2.2 - Eat, 2.4.5 - Rest.) 44.1vbt To ignore; to let something pass by (as of somebody’s comment or time). Inapalipas yang nako kag ida bisaya. I just ignored what she said. Nagutas kag anak sa eskwelahan dahil nalipasan sida it gutom. The child fainted in school because he missed her meal. (sem. domains: - Ignore.)

pabulag [pabulág] (der. of bulag) v To ignore, turn a blind eye to something (as of pretending not to notice or just not worrying about something). Nagbulag-bulagan ka ida nanay sa sala it ida anak. His mother is ignoring the wrongdoings of her son. (sem. domains: - Ignore.)

pabungoy [pabúngoy] (der. of bungoy) v To turn a deaf ear, pretend not to hear; to ignore, intentionally not listen or pay attention to what somebody says. (sem. domains: - Ignore.)

pagbaliwaya [pagbaliwayâ] n/ger Disregard/disregarding; neglect/neglecting; ignorance/ignoring; elimination/eliminating; forgetting. (sem. domains: - Ignore.)