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yugrang [yúgrang] v To submerge, sink in water. lubog Kag inra baroto ay nagyugrang dahil abang puno it pasahero. Their boat submerged because it was overloaded with passengers. (sem. domains: 7.2.4.2.1 - Boat.) der. yugrangon

yugrangan it sagnat/init [yugrangán it ságnat/ínit] adj Feverish; slight fever (lit. the fever has sunk in). lubog syn: sagnat 1, imbong.

yugrangon [yugrangón] (der. of yugrang) adj Sitting, riding low in the water (as of a heavily loaded ship that looks like it might sink because most of the hull is below the water). (sem. domains: 7.2.4.2.1 - Boat.)

imbong [ímbong] vi To have a slight fever; to be hot to feel. sinat Ing-imbong sida ngani ya kahalin it bayay. She had a slight fever so she wasn’t able to leave the house. syn: sagnat 1, yugrangan it sagnat/init. (sem. domains: 2.5.6.2 - Fever.)

sagnat [ságnat] 1n Fever. syn: imbong, yugrangan it sagnat/init. 2vi To catch a fever. lagnát Ingsagnat sida it tahapon. She caught a fever yesterday. comp. ako ay asagnaton it kaling presyo , comp. pamatyagan kung mababa kag sagnat , der. asagnaton

kutob₁ [kutób] 1vbt To have an intuitive feeling that something will happen; to have a strong beating of the heart. kutob Ingkutoban sida pagkarungog it katong balita nak nayugrang kag ingsakyan it ida anak. His heart beat strongly upon hearing the news that the boat his child had taken had sunk. Ingkukutuban kono kag ako lola nak pay igwa’t matatabo sa ida. My grandma says she has a feeling that something is going to happen to her. 2n Intuition. Nagmatuor katong ida kutob rotong tawo. Her intuition about that person turned out to be true.