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bag-o₁ [bág-o] 1adj New; different; strange. (sem. domains: 8.3.5 - Type, kind, - New.) 2vi To feel, find, experience something as new, strange (as of water, food, people in a different town); to still be adjusting; to feel out of one’s depth due to a new experience, responsibility. bago Nababaghuan kami dili sa amo ingsayduhang bayay. We still feel new in the house which we moved into. Namag-uhan kag uning sa inra bayay. The cat found their house strange to her. Nabag-uhan si Bebelita sa pagbadyet it kwartang ingtao it ida nanay. Bebelita felt out of her depth in budgeting the money given to her by her mother. (sem. domains: 3.4.2 - Feel bad.) 3adj Renewed; new (as of a change in a person's thinking, living and beliefs). (sem. domains: 3.1 - Soul, spirit, 8.3.5 - Type, kind.) 4v To change, renew, remake something; to turn over a new leaf in life; to experience a conversion, renewal, change in one's spiritual life. (sem. domains: 3.1 - Soul, spirit, 8.3.5 - Type, kind.) comp. bag-ong abot , comp. bag-ong buhi , comp. bag-ong gatas , comp. bag-ong kabuhi , comp. bag-ong po-po , comp. bag-ong puyor , comp. bag-ong tubâ , comp. bag-ong yanggaw , comp. pay bag-ong buhi nak kambing pagliwas it kumbento , der. baghuan , der. nabaghu-anan , der. pabag-o , der. pabag-o-bag-o

bag-ong abot [bág-ong abót] (comp. of bag-o, abot) 1n New arrivals. (sem. domains: - New.) 2adj Newly arrived things or people. (sem. domains: - New.)

bag-ong gatas [bág-ong gátas] (comp. of bag-o, gatas) exp Fresh milk. (sem. domains: 5.2 - Food, - New.)

bag-ong kabuhi [bág-ong kabúhì] (comp. of bag-o, kabuhi, buhi) id New life (as of having experienced a change or spiritual renewal for the better of one's life). [lit: new life] (sem. domains: - Christianity, 2.6 - Life, - New.)

bag-ong po-po [bág-ong pó-po] (comp. of bag-o, po-po) adj Newly, freshly picked (as of fruit). (sem. domains: - Growing fruit, - New.)

bag-ong puyor [bág-ong púyor] (comp. of bag-o, puyor) adj Newly cut (as of trees or bamboo). (sem. domains: 6.6.3 - Working with wood, - New.)

bag-ong tubâ [bag-ong tubâ] (comp. of bag-o, tuba) adj Newly picked, cut (as of bananas). (sem. domains: - Growing bananas, - New.)

bag-ong yanggaw [bág-ong yánggaw] (comp. of bag-o, yanggaw) 1n Newly accredited, empowered (as of somebody newly gaining the flying powers of an áswang "witch"). bagong asuwang Kaling kabadi ay masupog dahil bag-ong yanggaw. This woman is agressively following witchcraft because she’s a newly empowered witch. [A newly empowered flying witch aswáng is agressive and dangerous, and is said to be likely to kill sombody they encounter near rivers alone at night.] (sem. domains: - Demon possession, - New.) 2id Neophite; greenhorn; novice (as of an enthusiastic beginner at playing mahjong or preaching). baguhan Si Bulog ay bag-ong yanggaw sa pagmadyong. Bulog is a greenhorn at playing mahjong. (sem. domains: - Expert, - New.) 3adj Agressive, enthusiastic, overpowering, pushy. (sem. domains: - Enter by force.)

balhin [bálhin] v 1To change, move from one place to another (as of transferring a person or thing). (sem. domains: 7.2.4 - Travel.) 2To change for the better; to renew (as of one's behavior). (sem. domains: - New.) comp. balhin it linahi