suor [súor] vbt To approach; come close. lapit Aya gisuor sa ako kaanghit ka! Don’t come close to me you smell bad! Tapos, ingsuoran nida tong kabade ag inghuytan sida sa damot. Then he approached the woman and held her by the hand.
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balintong [balíntong] 1adv Falling over, taking a tumble, rolling over, stumbling (as of losing one's balance) (sem. domains: 184.108.40.206 - Turn.) 2vi To fall and roll over, take a tumble, roll over, stagger (as of losing one's balance). Kag yango ay nagbibinalintong sa rayan. The drunk kept staggering over in the road. Perming balintong kag ida anak nak nagtutuon pa yang magpanaw. Her child is always tumbling over because she’s just learning to walk. Nagbubalintong kag anak agor asuoran it nanay. The child pretended to tumble over so that mother would come near. syn: pabalinsay, tumba 2.1. (sem. domains: 220.127.116.11 - Turn.) comp. balintong-balinsay , der. pabalintong
kurukay [kurúkay] vt To call chickens by imitating their sound. kurukay Nasuor kag manok pag ida ingkukurukay. The chicken comes near when he calls them by imitating their sound.
lagot [lágot] vbt To growl (of a dog). ungol Inglagutan it iro tong kapwa iro tong magsuor sa ida bahog. The dog growled at the other dog when it came over his food.
palabi-labi [palabi-lábi] 1adj Ignoring other people; unfriendly. parang kung sino Nahuhuda sida magsuor sa ako nak ako kono ay palabi-labihon. She’s ashamed to approach me because she said that I’m unfriendly. 2vi To snub somebody; to be snobbish. hindi namamansin, mayabang Nagpalabi-labiey sida nak mayamaney ra kuno. She’s now very snobbish because they’re already rich.
panambitan [panambítan] v To wail, lament with words, song (as of somebody in great trouble, grief). panaghoy Nagsuor si Jake mayungot sa pantyon para marunggan kag panambitan. Jake went near the tomb so that he could hear the mailing.