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alimpuwas [alimpúwas] dial. var. of takas, buhi der. paalimpuwas To make somebody leave, get out or away from somewhere (as of from trouble, danger or flood etc.). , der. pangalimpuwas To get out, away from somewhere; to leave a place or escape a situation (as of trouble or flood).

bangkaw [bángkaw] 1n Spear for hunting, killing animals; harpoon. sibát (sem. domains: 6.3.4 - Butcher, slaughter.) 2vt To spear, kill an animal with something sharp; to harpoon. pana Ingbangkaw nida kag ilahas nak baktin. He shot the wild pig with a spear. (sem. domains: 6.4.1 - Hunt.)

bus-ak [bús-ak] v To cut, chop, split wood with an axe. sibak Nagbus-ak sida’t kahoy nak pangrabok. He chopped wood with an ax for firewood. syn: wasay 1, siak, wasay 2. (sem. domains: 7.8.3 - Cut.)

pasli [paslî] 1n Greedy, carrion birds; birds of prey, carrion. 2adj Greedy birds; birds of carreon. masibang ibon Naubos nida’t baril kag mga paslong pispis. He had shot all those greedy birds.

siak [síak] vt To chop with an axe. sibak Ingsisiakan nako ikaw it kahoy. I am chopping wood for you. syn: wasay 1, bus-ak, wasay 2.

siba [síba] v To devour as of an animal and its prey. (sem. domains: - Animal eating.)

sibakag [sibákag] v To make homosexual hand gestures like ’twee’. Nagsisibakag kag damot ni Danny kung nakainom. Danny’s hands are twisting like a homosexual’s when he’s drunk.

sibali n Name of an island inhabited by Bantoanon, Asi speakers. (sem. domains: - Near, 9.7.2 - Name of a place, 3.5.3 - Language.)

sibangkag [sibángkag] (irreg. infl. sibangkagon) 1adj To be messed up or unmanageable, as of hair; not done well, unevenly sewn, as of clothes; untidy, irregular shape (as of bandy legs, hair that stands on end, badly shaped Christmas tree). magulo Aber nao nimo’t husay nang imo buhok ay sibangkag ra gihapon. Even if you keep on combing your hair still it would look untidy. Abang sibangkag kag ida buhok dahil ingyupar it hangin. Her hair really got messed up because of the wind blowing it. 2vi To be unevenly done. Nagsisibangkag kag gadar it ida palda. The bottom of her skirt is unevenly sewn.

sibangkagon [sibangkagón] irreg. infl. of sibangkag

sibat [sibát] n Spear. sibat syn: sumbiling, talibong.

sinibsiban (der. of sibsib) n The sucked marrow out of bones.

utoy₂ [útoy] 1sta To be cut off; to be broken off. Nautoy kag ida sumbiling. His spear was cut off. (sem. domains: - Remove, take apart.) 2vbt To cut something off; to break off. magsibák Ingpautoy nako tong mga sangga it ipil-ipil nak nagruruot sa bubong. I had those branches of the ipil-ipil tree cut off which were touching the roof.

tres islas n Three islands (Banton, Simara, Sibale) inhabited by Bantoanon Asi speakers, (sem. domains: 9.7 - Name, 9.7.2 - Name of a place, 3.5.3 - Language.)

sumbiling [sumbilíng] n Spear. pana syn: sibat, talibong.

talibong₁ [talibóng] n Sword; long and narrow bladed kind of bolo. balisong Binunggo it talibong ni Roberto si Mansueto sa likor. Roberto had thrown a sword at Mansueto’s back. syn: sumbiling, sibat.

sita₂ [síta] vt To hire for one’s use, such as to hire a boat. arkila Nagsita sinra it motor papagto sa Sibali. They hired a motorboat in going to Sibali. syn: arkila 2.