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raog pa [ráog pa] 11.1conj Does something as if, though, like (as of a verbal simile comparison of inequality). Raog pa ka sida it tag-iya it kaling bayay. He acts as if he owns this house. Sida ay raog pa ka mayaman kung magasto. She spends money as if she’s rich. Kag amo unang muyatan ay maisot pa’t banuoy katong mga bapor pero kag talilis it amo padalupig ay raog pa ka gingyayagor it usang batalyong bungkos sa kanidugan na Tatang Tatong. At first we could only see a little bit of the ships but our swift running was as if wew were being chased by a batallion of wasps in Uncle Tatong’s coconut plantation. Padalupig ako, tiyapsok sa mga bato, raog pa it kag akoy yinagor ni Tatang Bisoy it kag magpangyungat sa Buoy. I ran off hopping from one stone to the next as if I was the thief being chased by Uncle Bisoy when he was stealing coconut wine from his trees in Buoy. 2conj More than (as of a simile comparison of inequality). mas pa, parang Raog pa nida ka iro kung magrayagan. He runs faster than a dog. Kung magtibaw sida ay raog pa ka anak nak maisot. She cries more than a small child.

gair [gá-ir] 1v To tie something somewhere. Gairan kinang baktin sa puno. tie that pig to the tree. (sem. domains: 7.5.4 - Tie.) 2idiom - Convert to subentry To be tied to the house; to be housebound; unable to leave the house (as of a busy mother). kulong Ako ay pay raog pa kag ulipon nak pirmi yang nak nakagair sa bayay dahil sa karamuong trabaho. It seems like I should be compared to a slave who is just always tied to the house because of lots of work. (sem. domains: 6.1.2.3.3 - Busy, 6.1.2.3.2 - Work hard.)

padalupig [padalúpig] n Running; galloping. padalupig Kag talilis it amo padalupig ay raog pa ka gingyayagor it usang batalyong bungkos sa kanidugan na Tatang Tatong. Our swift running was as if we were being chased by a batallion of wasps in Uncle Tatong’s coconut plantation. (sem. domains: 7.2.1.1.1 - Run.)

talilis [talílis] n Swiftness; fast speed. talilis Kag talilis it amo padalupig ay raog pa ka gingyayagor it usang batalyong bungkos sa kanidugan na Tatang Tatong. The swiftness of our runnung was as if we were being chased by a batallion of wasps in Uncle Tatong’s coconut plantation.

yungat [yúngat] v To steal coconut wine from the tree, rob the liquid sap from coconut and other palms to make an alcoholic drink (i.e. tuba). Padalupig ako, raog pa’t kag ako’y yinagor ni Tatang Bisoy it kag magpangyungat sa Buoy. I ran, like I was the thief being chased by Uncle Bisoy when he was stealing coconut wine from his trees at Buoy. (sem. domains: 6.8.9.1 - Steal.)