suong [su-óng] 1adj Bowed head, of person or rice. syn: ruki 1.1. (sem. domains: 7.1.5 - Bow.) 2v To hunch over; to bend over; to bow one’s head; to bend over, lodge (i.e. rice) with the weight of the ripe grain. tungo, dungo Sida’y nagsuong pagkakita sa ako. He bowed his head when he saw me. Tapos, kinang mayungotey nak maani ag kag payay ay nagsuongey, ka tubi ay ako apaliwason. Then when it’s close to harvest and the rice is bent over with the weight of the grain, I drain the water out. Asuungon nako kag ako uyo agor indi ako nida makilaya. I’ll bow my head so that he won’t recognize me. (sem. domains: 126.96.36.199 - Growing grain, 7.1.8 - Bend down.)
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ruki [rukî] 1.1vi To bend over; to hunch up/over; to bend one’s head to look down at the ground. yukò Nagruko sida pagsuyor sa kweba dahil mababa ag makitir. He had to bend over when entering the cave because it’s low and narrow. Nagruko sida tong masasapoy nida tong ingutangan nida it kwarta. He looked down when he was about to meet the person from whom he had borrowed money. syn: suong 1.