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katipon [katípon] v To work together for free to move a whole house that has already been built; to voluntarily work together; group work. (sem. domains: 4.1.2.1 - Working relationship, 3.3.2.4 - Willing.)

ragipon [ragipón] vbt To gather around something, somebody (as of a crowd). pinagkalumpunan, nagtipon Ingragipunan it mga anak tong away ni Sabeth ag Darling. The children gathered around the fight of Sabeth and Darling.

tipon [típon] v 1To gather together, around somebody (as of a small group maybe 1-2 persons deep). ipon Naghalin sa synaguga ka mga Pariseo ag nagkatipon-tipon sinra kaibahan it mga partido ni Herodes agor maplano kung pauno ninra amatyon si Jesus. The Pharisees left the synagogue and met with Herod’s party to plan how they would kill Jesus. syn: puyon. (sem. domains: 4.1.2.1 - Working relationship.) 2To collect; save; set aside or gather together. (sem. domains: 6.8.1.4 - Store wealth.) 3To save money. (sem. domains: 6.8.1.4 - Store wealth.)

ultriya [ultríya] 11.1n Fellowship meeting of past ‘cursillo’ graduates. 1.2vbt To meet for fellowship gathering after completing a ‘Cursillo’ course in the Roman Catholic church. pagtitipon Aultriyahan ninra kag bag-ong kumbento. They’ll have a meeting for Cursillo members at the new convent. 22.1v To study, work on a project together especially used within Roman Catholic Kursillo groups.

puyon [púyon] n To gather together. syn: tipon 1. (sem. domains: 4.1.2.1 - Working relationship.)

kitsi [kítsi] n 1Bottle top. tansan Ingtipon nida tong mga kitsi para itakyob sa ibang boti. He collected bottle tops to put on the other bottles. 2Game with bottle tops on string. (sem. domains: 4.2.6.1 - Game.)

musiko [músiko] n A brass band. musiko Kali sida ay nagkatiner it anak nak ka anak it katong sida pa ay nabubuhi ay nakatipon it “brass band” tong musiko nak imaw it naging bantog sa Probinsya’t Romblon. This man had a son and while the old man was still alive, the son formed a “brass band”, and known in the Province of Romblon.

palara [palará] n Silver liners of cigarette packets. Karamo akong natipon nak palara it sigarilyo nak agamiton sa krismas tri. I have a large collection of silver liners from cigarette boxes to be used for our Christmas tree.

pisan₂ [písan] vbt To be together in one place; to put things together. sama Nagpisan si Myrna sa amo. Myrna stayed together in our house. Roto kami sa ako hali gitipon ag nagpisan kami it usang istaran nak tatlong maghali. We gathered together at my relative’s and we three brothers lived with them in one house. Pisan kita it raya. Let’s pack our things together.

pitsas [pítsas] n Picture, high value playing cards (as of King, Oueen, Jack). Karamong pitsas kag natipon ni Bulog sa pingpongan kada nagraog sida. Bulog was able to collect many picture cards that’s why he won that game.

rahitas [rahítas] n Chopped blocks of wood. Karamong rahitas nak natipon si Bulog. Bulog was able to collect many chopped blocks of wood.

sipilyo₂ [sipílyo] 1n Wood shavings; sawdust (from planed timber and used to light fires). sipilyo Kag ida ing-amak paghaling it kayado ay mga sinipilyuhan. What she used for kindling (when making) a fire is wood shavings. Pagnalimpyo it lamesa maramo kag natitipon nak sinipilyuhan. When cleaning the wood of tables a lot of wood shavings are collected. 2vt To plane timber. Ingsipilyuhan nida liwat kag tabla. He planed the wood again.

syasi [syási] n Banana tubers. saha Nagtipon sida it maramong syasi para ipatanom sa inra bakanting duta. He collected many banana tubers to be planted in their vacant lot. syn: sáhà.

tigkagutom [tigkagutóm] (der. of gutom) n Famine; time of famine; hungry season (as of August every year). taggutom Sina Jose ay nagtipon it mga pagkaon para sa paabutong tigkagutom. Jose had stocked food in preparation for the coming famine. (sem. domains: 6.2.5.2 - Crop failure.)

yagmaw [yágmaw] n Food scraps, slops in liquid (as to be used for animal food). kaning baboy Karako kag ako yagmaw nak natipon para sa mga baktin. I have collected a lot of food slops to be feed to the pigs.

yayog [yayóg] n Pig’s food. pagkain ng baboy karako kag inra natipon nak yayog tong maghanra sinra sa kasay ni Teri. They saved a big amount of pig’s food when they prepared for Teri’s wedding.