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bangungot [bangúngot] v To die in one's sleep after making strange sound, as of one with sleep apnea. bangungot Pag naghahagong kag usang nagkakatuyog ay inabati nak gador sabaling ingbabangungot. If a sleeping person is groaning wake him up because he might die in his sleep. [This is a sickness or bad health condition which might be "sleep apnea". Culturally it is believed that if a person is groaning in his sleep it’s either because he is having a bad dream or because he’s suffering from this health problem and is going to die. One should always wake up a person who is groaning in his sleep because he might die. For this reason also people do not like to sleep alone.] sleep apnea (sem. domains: 2.5.2 - Disease, 5.7 - Sleep, 2.3.2.3 - Types of sounds.)

hupay [hupáy] v 1To groan, talk in one’s sleep (as of any vocal expression when dreaming); be unable to move when asleep, having a nightmare. bangungot Si Papa pag nagkakatuyog kung minsan ay ginghuhupay. When Papa is sleeping he sometimes groans. (sem. domains: 5.7.2 - Dream.) 2To get sick, die after being unable to breathe, shout in one’s sleep. Kag ikinamatay ni Nong Popong ay dahil ginghupay sida. Uncle Popong died because he couldn’t breathe during his sleep. [Somebody who groans in sleep is woken, made to drink, wash their face and walk around for a while. Sleep apnea?] (sem. domains: 5.7 - Sleep.)

pangam-am [pangám-am] v To talk to oneself; to go over and over in one’s mind (as in almost a daydream); to talk in one’s sleep. bangungot Nagpapangam-am sida kung katuyog. She’s talking to herself when sleeping. (sem. domains: 5.7 - Sleep, 3.2 - Think.)