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pasabyawon₂ [pasabyáwon] 1adj Insolent; naughty. Pasabyawon kinang anak ninra. That child of theirs is insolent. 2v To be insolent, naughty (as of behaviour). Hinugay baga kamo magpinasabyawon hina sa sala pag-ingwa kita it mga bisita. Please don’t be naughty in the lounge when we have visitors. syn: pasawayon.
saway₂ [sawáy] 11.1vi To be irritated by something or somebody. sasaway Nasasaway ako it gulo it mga anak. The children’s noise is irritating me. 1.2adj Irritating. Nakakasaway sinra, no? They’re very irritating, aren’t they? 22.1adj Critical; judgmental. Abang masawayon kinang tawo. That man is very critical. 33.1vi To attract attention. Nagpapasaway kag mga anak pag igwa’t mga bisita. The children try to attract attention whenever there are visitors. 3.2vt To distract somebody’s attention from something else. Ingsaway nida kag atensyon it tong anak sa pagpakita it ida relo. She distracted the child with her watch. der. pasawayon , der. salawayon
yaga₁ [yága] vbt To stare at somebody; to fix somebody with one’s eyes; to look hard at somebody. titig Ingyayagahan ako it buang-buang. The crazy person stared at me. Asing nagyayaga sa ako katong tawo, hangit siguro. Why is that person staring at me, he’s angry maybe. Pag nagpapasaway kag mga anak inayagahan yang nako sinra ag natungon. When the children are trying to get attention I just look hard at them and they stop. [Carries a bad connotation.]