kag isra ay indi marakop sa ibang parti it yawas k... [kag isrâ ay índì marakóp sa ibáng párti it yáwas k] id Fish are not caught by another part of it’s body except just by his own mouth (ie, a person is caught out by his own words). (sem. domains: 184.108.40.206 - Take by force.)
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rakop-rakop [rakop-rakóp] v To catch somebody out by questioning or in their speech. nadakip Sa ida kapapangutana ay narakop-rakop ra nida tong inra kabulig nak nagpanakaw. In her way of questioning she was able to catch their maid out regarding her stealing.
hagip [hagíp] vt To catch, grab hold of something; to get run over (as when one is caught under the wheel of a vehicle). hagip Inahagip nida tong manok ay di tamaey it bala sa pakpak. When he caught the chicken it was already hit by a bullet in the wings. syn: rakop. (sem. domains: 220.127.116.11 - Take something from somewhere, 6.4.2 - Trap, 18.104.22.168 - Notice, 22.214.171.124 - Attention, 126.96.36.199.1 - Appear, 2.3.1 - See.)
hinaom [hiná-om] vi To become accustomed to doing something because of continuing success; to abuse somebody else; to take advantage of. namimihasa Nahinaom sinra it hagar it bulig sa amo. They are abusive in asking help from us. Naghihinaom sida it takaw it manok dahil waya sida girarakopa. He’s becoming accustomed to stealing chicken because he’s not being caught. syn: abuso 2, nanali. (sem. domains: 188.8.131.52 - Habit, 184.108.40.206 - Advantage, 220.127.116.11.2 - Use a person, 18.104.22.168 - Accustomed to.)
huygo [húygo] vi To participate, indulge in vices, bad habits, activities (as of gambling, drinking, smoking). sugal Kag amo kayungot ay waya’t ginghuhuman kundi maghuygo. Our neighbour he’s nothing to do except indulge his vices. Narakop si Bulog nak naghuhuygo kana Ebing. Bulog was caught gambling at Ebing’s place. syn: bisyo₂ 1. (sem. domains: 22.214.171.124 - Gambling, 6.8.9 - Dishonest financial practices, 126.96.36.199 - Game, 188.8.131.52 - Extort money, 184.108.40.206.1 - Card game.) der. huyguhan
matawhay [matáwhay] adj Peaceful. tahimik, magaan, maaliwalas Matawhayey ka ako pag-iisip dahil narakopey si Makoy. My mind is already peaceful because Makoy was already caught.
nayi [nayî] n Wild dove. Ing-alagaan yangey ni Jun tong ida narakop nak nayo. Jun took care of the wild dove he caught.
palagay [palagáy] vi To take a bribe. lagay Karako kag ingpalagay it pulis rutong narakop nak mga epektos para yang mabaoy it may-ari. The owner of the cargoes had given a bigger bribe to the policeman so it would be given back to the owner.
pangog [pángog] n Small edible marine crab (about 4cm in diameter). talangka Karamong narakop nak pangog sina Max sa Suba. Max had caught plenty of crabs in the river.
puli₁ [pulí] vbt To gang up on, against somebody. pinagtulong-tulongan Ingpulihan nina Rogel tong mananakaw it iro nak inra narakop. Rogel and company ganged up on the man whom they caught stealing the dog.
punay₁ [púnay] n A small bird with brown and blue color. Nakarakop si Jun-jun it punay ag ingbutang sa usang hawla. Jun-jun caught a small bird with brown and blue coloring and put it in a bird cage.
punay₂ [púnay] n Small green bird with a tiny red mark on throat. Nakarakop si Badlong it pispis nak punay. Badlong was able to catch a small green bird.
rit-ag [rít-ag] 1n A trap for animals. patibong Naghuman it maramong rit-ag si Gorge para maramong manok kag marakop. Jorge made plenty of traps so that he can catch many chickens. 2v To trap an animal (mouse, wildpig, birds). patibong Ingrit-agan ni Bulog tong kayhasanon nak baktin sa uma. Bulog trapped the wild pig in their farm.
salimbabatang [salimbabatáng] n Sparrow. Maya Nakarakop si Lino it tatlong salimbabatang. Lino was able to catch three sparrows.
sawayang₃ [sawáyang] (irreg. infl. sakag₁) 1n A small fishing net used by 2-3 men in shallow water during the rainy season (each end is held by one person drawing it closer together and towards the shore). M-T rejects this, see #1! Si Al ag Ed ay naggamit it sawayang sa pagrakop it similyang bangus. Al and Ed use a small fishing net to catch bangus fry. syn: sakag₂, sungya. 2vi To go fishing with this net. Sinra ay nagpangawayang it gab-i sa may Puyo. They went fishing with a small net last night near Puyo.