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gawang [gawáng] n A space or opening between something, sometimes where something has been removed. butas Ingsil-ip sida sa gawang it inra banyo. She was peeked at through the spaces of their bathroom made of bamboo. (sem. domains: 8.5.4.4 - Interval, space, 6.5.2.4 - Door.)

human-human nak bisaya [human-húman nak bisáya] n Myth; heresy. gawa-gawang salita Mahilig sida magpati sa mga human-human nak bisaya. She believes in myths. (sem. domains: 3.5.4.1 - Fable, myth.)

yusot [yusót] 11.1vi To pass, fall, go, drop through or between something. lusot Ingyugnot nida kag kuray agur indi makayusot kag baktin. He made the fence close together so the pig can’t pass through. 1.2vi To drop something through or between an opening or space. Ingpayusot it anak sa gawang it sayog kag ida pagkaon. The child dropped his food through the space in the floor. 22.1vbt To pass an examination; to go through a legal process. Nakayusot sida sa eksamin sa pagkaabugado. She passed the examination to become a lawyer. Nakayusot kag ida papeles aber waya’t perma it Mayor. Her papers were able to be processed even though they weren’t signed by the mayor. der. yusutan