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agsik [ágsik] 1n A splash, splatter of liquid (as of oil or water). talsik, tilamsik Napaso sida it agsik it lana pagprito it isra kuman. She got burned by splashes of oil when she fried fish earlier. (sem. domains: 1.3.2 - Movement of water, 1.2.3.1 - Liquid.) 2v To splash, splatter liquid somewhere (as of oil or water). tilamsik Naagsikan kag ida baro it yunang kada nag-ilis ray sida it baro. Her dress was splattered with mud that’s why she changed her clothes again. (sem. domains: 1.3.2 - Movement of water, 1.2.3.1 - Liquid.) der. paagsik

mabagsik [mabágsik] adj Brave, fearless; demanding; strict. matapang, mabagsik Namumuot kag mga nanay sa ida dahil mabagsik sida nak maestro. The mothers liked him because his a strict teacher

paagsik [pa-ágsik] (der. of agsik) v To intentionally splash, splatter a liquid somewhere (as of mud or water). (sem. domains: 1.3.2 - Movement of water, 1.2.3.1 - Liquid.)

pagbuyhot it adlaw [pagbúyhot it adlaw] n Sunrise. pagsilay nang liwanag, pagsikat nang araw Kag amo biyahe pa Manila ay bag-o sa pagbuyhot it adlaw. Our trip to Manila will be before sunrise.

pintas [píntas] 11.1adj Cruel. bagsik Pag-abot rili ay naabotan it Hapon ag ka mga Hapon dili sa probinsya ay masyadong pintas. When we arrived here the Japanese arrived and the Japanese here in the province were very cruel. 1.2vt To treat cruelly; mistreat. Waya girugay tong kabulig sa inra dahil ingpintasan sida’t ida amo. The helper didn’t stay long in their place because his master mistreated him. 22.1vt To criticize something, somebody. Nahangit sida nak ingpintasan kag ida parayang regalo kang Tess. She got angry because the gift she sent to Tess was criticized.

subat₁ [subát] 1n Sunrise; moonrise. Subat it Byernes kami mahalin. We will leave on Friday, by sunrise. (sem. domains: 1.1.1.1 - Moon, 1.1.1 - Sun.) 2vi To rise, as of the sun or moon. pagsikat ng araw Nagsusubat kag adlaw it alas sais. The sun rises at six o’clock. (sem. domains: 1.1.1.1 - Moon, 1.1.1 - Sun.) der. subatan

tinguha [tinguhâ] vt To achieve something; to set a goal; to strive, endeavour to gain something; to woo a girl. nagsikap, nagtiyaga Atinguhaon nakong makabakay sa suyor it limang tuig it bag-ong kotse. I’ll set a goal that within five years I’ll be able to buy a new car. It kato si Nanay Leoning, usa sa ako mga tiya ay rayaga pang gingtinguha pa kag ida matam-is nak oho ni Tatang Onti nak taga-Mar-as. Back then Aunty Leoning, one of my aunts was still single and Uncle Onti from Mar-as, was still striving to win her sweet “yes”. syn: sikap.

sagang [sagáng] 1vbt To block the flow; to protect by blocking somebody/something from something (wind, water). bara Nagsasagang kag likot sa sapa pag nabaha. Rubbish blocks the river whenever there is a flood. Pagsakay namo sa motor nasagngan ako nida sa agsik it humbak. When we rode in the boat, I was protected by her from the waves. syn: bayabag 4, sapong, harang 3, abang, taming. 2n Wind break.

sikar₃ [sikár] v To kick. sikad Abang kusog magsikar sa bituka tong anak. The child in the womb is kicking hard.

siklab₂ [síklab] v To catch fire and flare up (as of oil). Kag nagbanggaan nak barko ay nagsiklab ag nasunog. The ship which bumped into another ship caught fire, flared up and was burnt.

siksik₃ [síksik] v To move, slip unnoticed through a crowd (as of a pickpocket who doesn’t want to be seen). siksik Sida ay nagsiksik it maado para makaabot kang Jesus ag sida ay nag-ado paghudot sa gadar it baro ni Hesus. She moved unnoticed so as to get near to Jesus and was healed when she touched the hem of Jesus’ robe.

sikuhan [sikúhan] (der. of siko) v To elbow one’s way through a crowd. Kag ida manghor ay nakikipagsikuhan sa hari. His brother elbowed his way towards the king. (sem. domains: 7.3.4.5 - Actions of the hand, 2.1.3.1 - Arm.)