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bangon₁ [bángon] 1vi To get up in the morning; to get out of bed (as of off a sleeping mat); to arise from a sitting or lying position where one has been resting. mabangon Nagbangon sida pag-abot nako. She got up when I arrived. (sem. domains: 5.7.3 - Wake up, - Move up.) 2vt To help somebody get up, rise up, stand up (as from a lying position). mabangon Abangunon nako ikaw kung indi nimo kaya. I’ll help you rise up if you’re unable to do it by yourself. (sem. domains: 5.7.3 - Wake up, - Move up.) 3vt To name a child after a dead ancestor. isaulì Abangunon nako kag maadong binuhatan it katong amo lolo. I will reinstate the good reputation that our grandfather had. (sem. domains: - Personal names.) 4vt To reinstate the value of something (as of a good family name, reputation or financial standing). Gingbangon ni Jhonny kag inra pangayan tong sida ay maging abugado. Jhonny was able to reinstate their family name when he became a lawyer. (sem. domains: - Reputation, - Value.)

eba [Éba] (sp. var. eva) n Eve (as of the Biblical name). Sina Adan ag Eba kag unang tawo dili sa kalibutan. Adam and Eve were the first man and woman on earth. (sem. domains: - Personal names, - Sacred writings.)

ipangayan [ipangáyan] (der. of ngayan) v To name a child after a family member, friend etc. (as of somebody living). (sem. domains: - Personal names.)

pang₂ [páng] n Term of endearment mostly for women, “Love, Lure” (as of younger age and maybe no relationship). mahal Pang ray-a anay si Toto sa Center ag ipa-dressing kaling ida ugar. Love, please take Sonny to the center and have his sore dressed. (sem. domains: 9.7 - Name, - Personal names, - Nickname, 4.3.3 - Love.)