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gadar [gádar] n The hem of a garment. laylayan (sem. domains: 5.3.6 - Parts of clothing.)

sibangkag [sibángkag] (irreg. infl. sibangkagon) 1adj To be messed up or unmanageable, as of hair; not done well, unevenly sewn, as of clothes; untidy, irregular shape (as of bandy legs, hair that stands on end, badly shaped Christmas tree). magulo Aber nao nimo’t husay nang imo buhok ay sibangkag ra gihapon. Even if you keep on combing your hair still it would look untidy. Abang sibangkag kag ida buhok dahil ingyupar it hangin. Her hair really got messed up because of the wind blowing it. 2vi To be unevenly done. Nagsisibangkag kag gadar it ida palda. The bottom of her skirt is unevenly sewn.

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.

sugrong₁ [súgrong] 1n Join (sem. domains: 7.3.2.6 - Put in.) 1.1vt To extend something (by joining or attaching something e.g. adding a new room to a house, lengthening a clothesline by adding a rope) dugtong, dagdag Sugrungi kag bayay it usa pang kwarto. Extend the house with one more room. Ingsugrungan nida it pisi kag buyaran. He extended the clothesline with rope. (sem. domains: 7.3.4.7 - Extend.) 22.1adj Joined (with an extension). (sem. domains: 7.3.4.7 - Extend.) 2.2n The join; the place, seam where the things join. (sem. domains: 7.5.2 - Join, attach.) 2.3vbt To join two things together (in order to extend one of them e.g. a ruffle joined onto a dress). Sugrungan sa gadar kag rapel/rebite. Join the ruffle to the hem. (sem. domains: 7.5.2 - Join, attach.) 2.4n Joined together. Sugrong kag yawas it tong kapir pagliwas. The bodies of the twins were joined together when they were born. (sem. domains: 2.6.3.6 - Unusual birth.) 33.1vbt To reattach something (as in a torn-off tie, stitching that has come undone); to graft a piece from a tree onto another tree. Sugrunga kag natastas nak yadag. Reattach the sail which has come apart. Ingsugrong nida kag nautoy nak higot sa tolda. She reattached the torn-off tie to the tarpaulin. (sem. domains: 7.5.2 - Join, attach, 6.2.1.7 - Growing trees.)

sukoy₂ [súkoy] vt To fit clothes, as when trying them on prior to purchase, allowing for further adjustments. Measure size, length (for shoes, clothing, length of timber). sukat Sukuyan kaling baro kung maigo sa imo. Try on this dress to see if it fits you. Isukoy nako it gadar kaling medida. I will measure the hem with this tape measure. (sem. domains: 6.6.1 - Working with cloth, 6.6.3 - Working with wood, 7.5.2.2 - Stick together.)

tastas [tastás] 1n Unravelled stitches. Waya nida namalayi kag tastas it ida baro. She didn’t notice the unravelled stitches of her dress. 2vbt To unpick stitches; to come undone, unstitched, unraveled; to slit open. tastas Atastason nako ling gadar it ako baro. I will unpick the stitches of the dress hemline.