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pangamuyo [pangamúyò] v To pray for somebody, something. ipagdasal Ipangamuyo nako ikaw. I’ll pray for you. syn: ampo 2, rasay 1, rasay 2. (sem. domains: 4.9.5.2 - Pray.)

ampo [ámpò] 1n Prayer; praying. Mahaba kag inra ampo tong gab-i. They said a long prayer last night. (sem. domains: 4.9.5.2 - Pray.) 2vbt To kneel and pray. manalangin Nagpinang-ampoey kag mga tawo kay Hesus tong mag-uyan it todo-todo. The people knelt and prayed fervently to Jesus when rain poured heavily. Mag-ampo kita it waya’t pagtungon. We should pray unceasingly. syn: pangamuyo, rasay 1, rasay 2. (sem. domains: 4.9.5.2 - Pray, 7.1.4 - Kneel.) 3vbt To kneel and show one is sorry for doing wrong. It also shows submission and willingness to obey one's elders. (sem. domains: 7.1.4 - Kneel, 3.4.2.2 - Sorry.)

rasay [rasáy] 1n Prayer. syn: ampo 2, pangamuyo, rasay 2. 2vt To pray; to recite prayers in church; to offer prayers for somebody, or for the dead. manalángin Nagrasay sinra para sa kalag ni Cainan. They offered prayers for the soul of Cainan. syn: ampo 2, pangamuyo, rasay 1.

mapapasaako [mapapasaáko] 1.1idiom - Convert to subentry Within me; come, go to me. mapapasaakin Sa ako pagpangamuyo sa Ida ay pay mapapasaako kag Ispiritu Santo. When I prayed to Him it seemed like the Holy Spirit came within me. Sa karugayon ay mapapasaako ra kinang ako mga manahon. In the long run my inheritance will come to me.

yuki₁ [yukî] v To bow, bob down; to genuflect. naka yuko Nagyuyuko kag mga tawo sa simbahan pag nagpapangamuyo. People bow down in church when praying.