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angkas [ángkas] 1adj Riding pillion as a passenger on a motorcycle, bicycle (as of behind the driver). [Traditionally women would sit 'side saddle' and they still do when in a skirt, but otherwise they will usually sit astride a bike. If they are riding with a non-relative they will usually hold onto the seat bar behind them rather than onto the waist of the driver.] (sem. domains: 7.2.4.1.1 - Vehicle.) 2vbt To ride behind the driver as a passenger on a motorcycle, bicycle. angkas, makisakay Ing-angkasan it ruhang tawo kag ida bisiklita kada yupok kag tayr. Two people rode on his bicycle that’s why the tire burst. (sem. domains: 7.2.4.1.1 - Vehicle.)

bukoy₃ [búkoy] 1adj Riding, entering, getting something for free (refers to free riders on a jeep or entering the movies for nothing etc.). (colloquial among men) (sem. domains: 6.8.4.3.3 - Free of charge.) 2v To ride, enter, get for free (refers to free riders on a jeep or entering the movies for nothing etc.). (colloquial among men) hindi nagbabayad, malibre nang sakay Mabukoy yang ako isag pabanwa agor wayaey ako it pagpamasahe. I’ll just hitch a free ride to town later so I won’t have to pay the fare. (sem. domains: 6.8.4.3.3 - Free of charge.)

kasakay [kasákay] adj Co-passenger in one vehicle; together in one vehicle. Kasakay nako si Nena pa Tugdan. We were together in one jeepney with Nena going to Tugdan. (sem. domains: 7.2.4.1.1 - Vehicle, 4.2.1.3 - Meet together.)

pasakayli [pasakáyli] v To play musical introduction, intermission. pasakayli Nagpasakayli anay si Willy bag-o sida magtuna it kanta. Willy first played a musical introduction before he began to sing.

patlo [pátlo] vbt To come, ride along for free. makikisakay Tan-a ay marayan tong dyip nina Migue agor kita ay makakapatlo. I hope the jeep driven by Migue will come by so we can ride along for free.

sakay [sakáy] 1.1vbt To ride; get into/onto a vehicle; to load. sumakáy Nagsakay ako’t dyip pa-Balogo. I rode a jeepney to Balogo. Ipasakay nato ka mga bisiklita sa dyip dahil kahanrig roto sa Salingsling. We will have the bikes loaded onto the jeep because it’s so steep there at Salingsing. der. sakyan

aga [ága] 1n Morning. umaga Aga-aga kami gisakay it dyip. It was very early morning when we took the jeep. (sem. domains: 8.4.1.2.3 - Time of the day.) 2v To spend the night or go till morning doing something. (sem. domains: 4.2.1.4 - Visit, 8.4.1.2 - Day.) comp. aga-aga pa , der. aga-aga , der. agahan , der. paaga , der. paagahan

andar [ándar] v 1To start or run a motor; to function; to move away from a parking spot. umandar, takbo Nag-andar kag dyip pagkasakay ninra. The jeep moved away after they boarded it. (sem. domains: 6.6.8 - Working with machines.) 2To become evident as of pride; to be seen to be thinking about something (a colloquial expression about someone’s thinking, habit, emotion, character, etc). (sem. domains: 3.2.3.1 - Known, unknown.) der. paandar

bote₁ [bóte/bóti] 1n A boat, lifeboat, dingy (as of without outriggers and often with a flat stern). Napuno it tubi kag bote sa karamuon it sakay nak tawo. The lifeboat was filled with water due to lots of people in it. (sem. domains: 7.2.4.2.1 - Boat.) 2v To ride, travel by boat to somewhere. (sem. domains: 7.2.4.2.1 - Boat.) der. butero

gusto [gústo] 1v To want; to like; to desire. ibig, hangad, hilig Gusto nakong apatubuan kag rayaag it buyak agor maganda. I want to grow flowers in the yard in order to make it beautiful. Nio kag imo gustong inuman? What would you like to drink? syn: mahilig, mu-ot, gusto 3, hilig 1, yain 3, udon 1.1. (sem. domains: 3.3 - Want.) 2vi To have a liking for something, somebody. Nagkakagusto sida sa mga rayagang mahaba it buhok. He has a liking for women that have long hair. (sem. domains: 2.6.5 - Male, female, 3.3 - Want, 3.4.1.1 - Like, love.) 3vi To like something or somebody; to find something pleasing (eg. to one’s taste). Nagugustohan nako kag tapoy. I like the black rice. Waya nako nagustuhi kag ida batasan. I didn’t like her character. syn: mahilig, mu-ot, hilig 1, gusto 1, yain 3, udon 1.1. (sem. domains: 3.4.1.1.7 - Happy for, 3.4.1.1 - Like, love.) 4vi To allow somebody else to decide what they want; to leave a decision up to somebody else. Apagustuhan ka nako kung niong oras ikaw magtuna it trabaho. I’ll allow you to decide on what time you start to work. 5vt To want; to like. gustó Agustuhon pa nako nak magsakay sa bapor kesa sa eroplano. I’ll like riding in a ship more than in an airplane. Inggusto nida nak maging maestra. She wanted to be a teacher. comp. gustong bisayahon , der. pagusto-gusto

hagoy [hágoy] 1excl Too bad!; Oh no!; Oh bother!; drat! (as of when annoyed, upset, frustrated). sayang Hagoy! Waya ako nakasakay sa dyip. Too bad! I wasn’t able to take the jeep. (sem. domains: 3.4.2 - Feel bad, 9.2.7 - Interjections.) 2vbt To exclaim, say "Oh bother!" (as of when annoyed, upset, frustrated). Nagpanghagoy sida pagkawagit it ida kwarta. She saidtoo bad’ when her money was lost. Ingpanghaguy ako nida tong makita kag nasira nak kuray. She swore at me ‘too bad’ when she saw the broken fence. Nagpahagoy sida pagkaudak it kape sa tasa. He said “oh no” when the coffee spilled from the cup. (sem. domains: 3.4.2 - Feel bad, 9.2.7 - Interjections.)

hangin [hángin] (irreg. infl. kahangin) 1n Air; atmosphere. (sem. domains: 1.1.2 - Air.) 2n Wind. (sem. domains: 1.1.3.1 - Wind.) 3v To blow (as of the wind, air). hangín (sem. domains: 1.1.2.1 - Blow air, 1.1.3.1 - Wind.) 4vi To be blown on by the wind; to get a chill from the wind (as of the air, wind blowing on somebody and causing them to get sick). Ingtabawan ka ida bituka dahil nahanginan tong nagkatuyog sida sa sayog nak waya’t banig. He got wind in his abdomen because of the chill he got when he slept on the floor without a sleeping mat. Nahanginan kag anak pag sakay sa dyip. The child got air in his body when he rode in the jeep. Dapat nak mahanginan kag pagkaon agor indi magpan-os. It’s necessary to allow air to get into the food so it won’t spoil. [Air and wind are seen to cause many problematic physical conditions, pain and sicknesses e.g. it enters one's body, veins, abdomen, digestive system, eyes. It seems to cause what is called "getting a chill" when the wind blows on one, especially babies, during a trip in an open vehicle, causing colds, fevers, pain etc.. "Wind, gas, air" are also said to collect in one's stomach causing pain and flatulence. Massage is a common treatment to remove the "wind, air" from one's ugát "blood vessels, nerves, sinews etc.".] (sem. domains: 2.2.2 - Cough, sneeze.) comp. nahampak it hangin , comp. nahanginan kag uyo , comp. pabor ka hangin , comp. pay inggwat hangin , comp. tipras hangin , der. hangin-hanginon , der. mahangin , id. puro hangin , id. tamang hangin

kabuyananey [kabuyánaney] n Due date of pregnancy. kabuwanan Indi gipasakayon sa bapor kag usang sabak kung kabuyananey nida. A pregnant woman is not allowed to ride on a boat when its near her due date of pregnancy. (sem. domains: 8.4.1.4 - Month, 3.5.7.4 - Publish, 8.4.1.1 - Calendar.)

karuwahe [karuwáhe] n A carriage; chariot. karuwahe, karetela Si Haring Solomon ay nagsakay sa karuwahe. King Solomon rode on a chariot. (sem. domains: 7.2.4.1.1 - Vehicle.)

kuyba₁ [kúyba] vi 1To palpitate (heart) rapidly Nagkukuyba kag ako rughan pag ingwa’t nag-aaway. My heart palpitates rapidly whenever there’s a fight. 2To experience a rapid heart palpitation. kabahan Inakuybaan ako pag nagsasakay sa eroplano. I experience rapid palpitations when riding in an airplane.

liko [líkò] 1vi To turn around; to go around a corner. Nagliko sida pagkakita sa ako. He turn around when he saw me. Nagliko kag dyip ni Fred kada waya kami kasakay. Fred’s jeepney turned around the corner therefore we were not able to board. 2vbt To turn something around. liko

liyo [líyo] 1adj Dizzy. 2vi To feel dizzy. hilo Siguradong aliyuhan gador ako pag magsakay sa dyip. I am sure I will feel dizzy if I’ll ride on a jeepney.

mangyan₁ [mángyan] v To stare openly; to behave in an impolite, ignorant way (as of children or adults experiencing something strange for the first time). Pay mangyan tong tawo dahil pagsakay ra nida sa dyip ay gingbitbit pa kag tsinelas. The person seemed ignorant because when he rode the jeep he still carried his thongs in his hand.

marisgo₂ [marísgo] adj Risky. dilecado Marisgo magsakay sa baroto pa-Talisay pag maragko kag bayor. It’s risky to ride in a boat to Talisay when the waves are big.

paduda [padúdà] adj Being carried above, on top of something (as of a puppy on one’s arm, or being on a boat which is like being carried above the water). Aba tong anak ay paduda nak nagsasakay sa kariton. Oh that child is carried around riding on the cart. (sem. domains: 7.3.1 - Carry.)

pag-asa [pag-ása] (der. of asa) n/ger Hope, hoping, having hope, confidence, assurance, a reason to live a good life in some way. Wayaey tan-a si Eddie it pag-asa nak mabuhi tong mahuyog sa kahoy maado yang ay ingsakay sida sa eroplano pa Manila. Eddie would have had no hope of living when he fell from the tree, it was good that he was airlifted to Manila. (sem. domains: 3.2.7.1 - Hope.)

pahuwas [pahuwás] (der. of huwas) vi To let, make a fever abate, go down; to bring out, reduce a fever. Nagpahuwas anay sida’t sagnat bag-o magsakay it dyip. She waited for her fever to abate before riding in the jeep. (sem. domains: 8.1.4.3 - Decrease, 2.5.6.2 - Fever.)

pangidapot [pangidápot] adj Clinging to somebody usually by the arm (not of husband and wife). mahigpit na hawak Abang pangidapot it tong anak sa ida nanay pagsakay sa dyip. The child really clung to his mother when riding on the jeep.

pangipi [pangípì] v To fold, tuck one’s skirt between one’s legs especially a woman. kipi Mapangipi kag usang kabadi kung nagsasakay sa dyip. The girl folded her shirt between her legs when boarding the jeep.

ramyog [rámyog] n Small sailing boat. bangkang di layag Si Doway ay nagsakay sa ramyog pa Mindoro. Doway boarded a small sailing boat to go to Mindoro.
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