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yas-ay [yás-ay] 1vi To loose one’s appetite; to become disinterested in doing something or going somewhere (as of eating or traveling). Tong baktin nina A.Alice ay nagpayas-ay it pagkaon kada inra gingbaligya. The pig of A.Alice lost it’s appetite that is why they sold it. Baka ayas-ayan ra si Elmer magpa Manila dahil indi ikaw magnunot sa ida. Elmer might be disinterested in going to Manila because you will not go with him. 2adj Without appetite, specifically of food; to find food tasteless; to lose flavour. walang gana Mayas-ay kag ida pagkaon dahil sida ay ingsasagnat. She is without appetite when eating because she’s sick. Si Nene ay mayas-ay magkaon dahil ingsasagnat. Nene found it tasteless because she was sick.

payas-ay [payás-ay] vi To lose one’s appetite. walang gana Asi, nagpayas-ay ka inro baktin? Why did your pig lose his appetite?

pangutana₂ [pangutána] 1n Question. 2vbt To ask a question. tanong Pwede baga magpangutana sa imo? Can I ask you a question? Apangutan-on nako sida kung nio kag buyong sa nagpapayas-ay nak baktin. I’ll ask him what medicine to use for pigs that have lost their appetite. Si Tony kag ingpangutan-an it mga nag-uuma tungkol sa abuno. Tony is the one farmers asked about the fertilizer.

kayas-ay [kayas-áy] adj Poor appetite. walang gana Tuna magkasakit si Norma ay kayas-ayey kag ida pagkaon. Since Norma got sick she has a poor appetite for food. (sem. domains: 5.2.2.5 - Hungry, thirsty, 5.2.2.4 - Manner of eating.)