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sakag₂ [sakág] (irreg. infl. sawayang) v To fish with long thin net in deeper water with either end held by one person. Gingsakag namo kag mga isra para amo mabaoy sa medyo marayom nak ragat. We fished for fish with a long thin net so we could get them from fairly deep water in the ocean. syn: sungya, sawayang 1.

sawayang₃ [sawáyang] (irreg. infl. sakag) 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: sakag, 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.

sungya [súngya] (irreg. infl. sawayang) v To fish with long thin net in deeper water with either end held by one person. Nagpangsungya kami ni Uncle sa ragat it mga isra. Uncle and I fished with a long thin net for fish in the sea. syn: sakag, sawayang 1.