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humbá [humbá] n Sweet and sour dish; can be made with leftover spit roast. (sem. domains: 5.2.3 - Types of food.)

humbak [húmbak] n Wave (as of the smaller waves near the shore). álon syn: bayor. (sem. domains: 1.3.2.4 - Wave.)

bayor [bayór] n A wave; the swell of the ocean (as of the rolling waves of the ocean further out to sea). alon Abang ragko kag bayor tong nagbagyo. The waves were big when the typhoon struck. syn: humbak. (sem. domains: 1.3.2.4 - Wave.)

bagabayay [bagabayáy] (der. of bayay) adj As high as a house (as of the size of waves). bagabahay Bagabayay kag humbak nak nagrayan sa inra lugar. The waves are like the height of a house which passed their place. (sem. domains: 8.2.2 - Long.)

bulis [bulís] n Strong wind and rain. bagyo Waya sida gipangisra dahil sa ragko kag humbak ag igwa’t bulis. He didn’t go fishing because of big waves and strong wind. syn: ras-og. (sem. domains: 1.1.3.1 - Wind.)

hudop [hudóp] v To blow, especially of wind. ihip Kakusogey kag humbak pag maghudop kag makusog nak hangin. Sea waves are rough when the big blow of wind comes. (sem. domains: 1.1.3.1 - Wind.)

karkar [kárkar] vt To dig; to erode or become exposed by erosion; washed out by water. hukay Nagkarkar kag iro sa raga it ida ahigraan. The dog dug where he will sleep in the ground. Ingkarkar nida kag raga sa yudo it inra bayay. He dug the ground on the other side of their house. Nakarkaran it humbak kag gamot it mga puno sa baybay. The roots of the trees at the beach have been erroded by the waves. syn: kaykay. (sem. domains: 1.2.2.1 - Soil, dirt.)

kiling-kiling [kiling-kíling] 1n The sound of a bell, shaken instrument(as of a tamborine, maracas). Kag kiling-kiling ay ida ginpatunog para masadoran nak nagbabaligya sida it sorbetes. He sounded the shaker instrument to announce that he was selling icecream. (sem. domains: 4.2.3.5 - Musical instrument, 2.3.2.2 - Sound, 2.3.2.3 - Types of sounds.) 2vi To be tossed or rocked back and forth, as of a boat on rough seas. Nagkiling-kiling kag inra baroto tong masaprok it ragkong humbak. Their boat rocked back and forth when it was hit by big waves.

kuyob [kuyób] 1v To capsize (of a boat); to be upsidedown (of a bowl etc.). taob Nagkuyob kag baroto tong makarano it maragkong humbak. The boat capsized when it happened to meet big waves. 2adj Lying face-down (as of a person). Pagkatapos it test it mga estudyante, ingpakuyob kag inra papel. When the students finished their test, they turned their papers over. Apakuyubon nako ikaw agor mahiboan it buyong kag imo likor. I’ll make you turn on your stomach so that I can rub your back with medicine. (sem. domains: 7.3.5 - Turn something.)

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.

sampugoy [sampúgoy] vt To stop something. hinto Ingsampugoy ni Hesus kag mga ragkong humbak ag nagkalma kag ragat. Jesus stopped the big waves and the sea calm down.

samwak [sámwak] vbt To hit and spill over into a boat specifically of waves. sampan, talsik Kag ida pangarga ay ingsamwak it ragkong humbak. His cargoes were hit by the big waves that spilled over them.

tup-is₃ [túp-is] v To get, become wet. nabasa Natup-is kami pa Romblon nak kakusog kag humbak. We all got wet when we went to Romblon because of big waves.

yuaw [yuáw] vi To come out; become visible or exposed; to appear; to come out of a shell. labas Nagyuaw kag gamot it puno dahil nakarkaran it humbak. The roots of the tree become visible because they were eroded by the waves. Pagyuaw it mananakaw sa bayay, ingrakop sida it pulis. When the thief came out of the house he was caught by the police. syn: liwas 1. (sem. domains: 7.6 - Hide.)

yubog-yubog [yubog-yubóg] 1sta 1.1v To sink into debt. lubog sa utang Yubog-yubog ako sa utang nak kag ako sweldo ay kuyang pang ibadar. I am sinking in debt because the salary I will receive is still not enough to pay my debts. 2sta To sink slightly in water. lunod Nagyubog-yubog kag baroto sa karako’t humbak. The boat was slightly sinking because of the big wave.

yum-oy [yúm-oy] 1vt To submerge, immerse in water; to dip completely in water. inilubog Kag mga tawo ay ingyum-oy sa tubi tong sinra ay ingbunyagan. The people were submerged when they were baptized at the river. syn: tum-oy, yum-oy 2. 2vi To become submerged in water. inilubog, itinugmaw Nayum-uyan sida it humbak. She was submerged by the wave. syn: yum-oy 1, tum-oy.