rungo [rúngò]viTo dock, as of a boat.daongMarungo ka ato barko sa Pier 7.Our boat will dock at Pier 7.Aparunguon anay it kapitan bag-o papilhigon kag pasahero.The captain will dock the boat first before the passengers will disembark.der.rungguan
rungog [rungóg]1nWhat was heard.syn: haging 2, balita 1, sagap. 2adjAble to be heard; loud enough to hear.Rungog nida kag ukaw it anak.The child’s shout was loud enough to hear.3vbtTo hear(as of the sense of hearing); to listen.narinigNakakarungog ako it ida kanta sa radyo.I can hear her songs on the radio.Narungog nako kag balita sa ida.I heard the news about him.Waya nako narunggi kag imo sugo sa ako.I didn’t hear your command to me.Ingparunggan nida ako pag na rayan ako sa inra.She lets me overhear something every time I pass by them.syn: pamati.
rungok [rúngok]adjHead bent down especially when walking.yukoAya Nene gigrungok pag nagpapanaw dahil yain gimuyatan.Girlie don’t walk with your head down because it looks bad.
runtoy [rúntoy]vTo be close, relate closely to relatives.magkaruntoy
ruom [rúom]1vtTo eat uncooked rice.kukot ng bigasNagruom it bugas si Titay habang nagiistorya.Titay kept on eating uncooked rice while telling stories.(sem. domains: 18.104.22.168 - Manner of eating, 22.214.171.124.1 - Food from seeds.) 2vTo nibbling something constantly. as of roasted beaten rice (limbok).(sem. domains: 126.96.36.199 - Manner of eating, 188.8.131.52.1 - Food from seeds.)
ruot [ruót]1vtTo touch, as of one thing against another; to place things close together so they are touching.Delikado kung igwa’t ruhang wayr it elektrisidad nak nagruruotan.It’s dangerous if there are two electrical wires touching each other.Nagruot sida sa ako.He touched against me.Dahil sa ida karuruot it tubi, sida ay gingyan-ag.Because of always being in water he got athlete’s foot.Aruuton nako kag pagtanom.I will place the plants close together.syn: siko₂, siot₂ 1, masiki. 2adjTight fitting, pressing together with little space between; crowded; close together.dikitRuot-ruot kag mga tawo sa sinehan.The people are crowded in the theater.
rupa₁ [rupá]1stretch arms out1.1viTo stretch both one’s arms out on either side.Ingparupa it mga sundalo si Jesus sa krus bag-o lansangon.Jesus was made to stretch his arms out by the soldiers before he was nailed on the cross.1.2nArmspand; one fathom (body plus arm length).dipá22.1vtTo stretch one’s arm (as when you measure something.).dipaArupahon anay baga nimo kung pila kag kahaba it pisi?Will you stretch your arms and measure the length of the rope.
rupilan [rupílan]nLarge inedible marine crab (about 5cm in diameter).(sem. domains: 184.108.40.206 - Small animals.)
rurayagay [rurayágay](der. ofrayaga) nYoung girl between pre-teenage and teenage (who is going through puberty and becoming a woman).
ruri [rúrì]nLost of appetite.(as of pig or person).(sem. domains: 2.4.2 - Weak.) der.nagparuri
ruro [rurô]vtTo plant with a dibble stick making holes.itanimKag mais ay iruro nako sa uma.I’ll plant the corn with a dibble stick on the farm.(sem. domains: 6.6.6 - Working with land.)
rus-og [rús-og]1staTo fall into a hole or opening.2vtTo drop something into a hole or opening.ihulogIrus-og nako kag ambo bag-o takyuban.I will let the rat fall into the hole or opening and then close it.
rusmo [rúsmò]staTo fall forward; to trip accidentally.dapaWaya ka tan-a narusmo kung waya ikaw girayagan.You wouldn’t have tripped if you wouldn’t have run.syn: mumo₂ 1, rapa 1.
ruto [rutó](irreg. infl.rutong; irreg. infl.to₁; irreg. infl.rutoo; irreg. infl.tong₂) 1locThere far away (as of the general term for a location which may be visible or beyond one's sight).doonNakapagtoy sinra ruto sa Romblon.They have been over there to Romblon.(sem. domains: 8.5.1 - Here, there.) 2timeAt that distant time (as of a distant time before, AFTER an event).(sem. domains: 8.4 - Time.)