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rangrang [rángrang] vbt To warm, dry something or somebody near the fire. magpainit Ingrangrang nida kag rahon sa kayado bag-o ingbuyong. She warmed the leaves near the fire before using them for medicine. Ingrangrang nida kag damot sa kayado dahil mayamig. He warmed his hands near the fire because it was cold.
rani [ranî] vt To find; see (usually by chance); come across. kita Nakarano ako it baligyang mais sa merkado. I was able to find some corn for sale in the market. Waya kami it naranuan nak isra sa merkado. We didn’t find any fish in the market. Waya naranoe it mananakaw kag mga binuyar nak yamit. No thief found the clothes on the line and stole them. syn: sumpong.
rano [ranô] v To experience, come across, find, see something. (sem. domains: 2.3.1 - See.) comp. nakarano ka it matabang isrâ
ranotnot [ranótnot] adj Close together (as of space or time intervals). dikit-dikit Nagnunot akong sador nak maramong sihi ka amo mababaoy sa baktason it Tugbungan nak kung riin ranotnot sa kabatuhan,.. I went with them because I knew where we could go along the shore in Tugbungan to get a lot of seashells that were close together on the rocks,...
rantso [rántso] n Ranch (as of a large farm, pastureland where cattle are grazed). (sem. domains: 6.3.2 - Tend herds in fields, 6.5.1.3 - Land, property.)
ranuan [ranu-án] (dial. var. bayuan; dial. var. tabuan) 1n Haunted, enchanted, bewitched place (as of an eerie place where evil spirits live e.g. in certain trees, forest with thick undergrowth and rivers). Naranuan si Panyong it mga mayaot. Panyong was bewitched by evil spirits. (sem. domains: 4.9.4.2 - Demon possession.) 2v To be possessed, bewitched, befriended by an evil spirit (as of the person who is effected). Syn: palhi. (sem. domains: 4.9.4.2 - Demon possession.)
ranyong [rányong] adj Shady place. sheltered. (sem. domains: 1.5.1 - Tree, 1.2.1.5 - Underground.)
raog₁ [raóg] v To win, gain victory. panalo Tong si Oscar ay nagraog nak presidente ida gingtupar kag ida mga pangako. When Oscar won as president he fulfilled his promises. comp. dapat magraog sa parehas nak laban
raog₂ [raóg] vbt To win; to overcome. manálo Indi kita makaraog it ato kaaway kung waya si Kristo sa ato. We won’t be able to overcome our enemy if Christ isn’t in us. Sio kag nagraog sa butuhan? Who won the election? Aparaugon nato kag ato napipiliang kandidato sa pagka-presidente. We’ll let our choice candidate for president win. Naraog sida it ida pagkamalanguhin. He was overcome by his desire to drink. Naraugan nako kag ako kasapot sa trabaho nak kali. I overcame my irritation with this work. Kag ida ingraugan sa bunot-bunotan ay diyes pesos. What he won in the raffle was ten pesos.
raog pa [ráog pa] 11.1conj Does something as if, though, like (as of a verbal simile comparison of inequality). Raog pa ka sida it tag-iya it kaling bayay. He acts as if he owns this house. Sida ay raog pa ka mayaman kung magasto. She spends money as if she’s rich. Kag amo unang muyatan ay maisot pa’t banuoy katong mga bapor pero kag talilis it amo padalupig ay raog pa ka gingyayagor it usang batalyong bungkos sa kanidugan na Tatang Tatong. At first we could only see a little bit of the ships but our swift running was as if wew were being chased by a batallion of wasps in Uncle Tatong’s coconut plantation. Padalupig ako, tiyapsok sa mga bato, raog pa it kag akoy yinagor ni Tatang Bisoy it kag magpangyungat sa Buoy. I ran off hopping from one stone to the next as if I was the thief being chased by Uncle Bisoy when he was stealing coconut wine from his trees in Buoy. 2conj More than (as of a simile comparison of inequality). mas pa, parang Raog pa nida ka iro kung magrayagan. He runs faster than a dog. Kung magtibaw sida ay raog pa ka anak nak maisot. She cries more than a small child.
raos [ráos] 11.1vi To experience something. Nakaraos rang gador sinra sa hirap. They had really experienced hardships. (sem. domains: 3.4 - Emotion.) 22.1vi To do something without encountering any complications; to accomplish everything; to get by on; to be able to manage alright. raós Nakaraos ra kag pabayli nak waya gador it gulo. We were able to manage to hold the dance without any trouble. (sem. domains: 9.1.2 - Do.) 33.1v To overcome difficulties and win through (euphemism for relief after a bowel movement). (sem. domains: 4.4.4.4 - Save from trouble.) der. paraos
rap-ong [ráp-ong] 1n Place for burning with a big fire. siga Kag rap-ungan it mga likot it banwa ay sa baybay. The place for burning the town rubbish is near the sea. (sem. domains: 5.5 - Fire.) 2vbt To build a big fire. nagsunog Nagrap-ong sida sa silong it bayay agor paasuhan kag mga namok. He built a big fire under the house so as to smoke out the mosquitos. Rap-ong anay agor pag-ugraw makakaihaw kita it isra. Build a big fire first so that when it dies down we will be able to broil the fish. (sem. domains: 5.5 - Fire.) 3n Big fire; bonfire (built up intentionally). Kag ida rap-ong ay nag-abot sa inra ringring. His big fire burnt till it reached their wall. Nasunog ka inra ringring dahil inaputan it rap-ong. Their wall burnt down because it caught on fire from the big fire. (sem. domains: 5.5 - Fire.)
rap-ungan [rap-úngan] n Hearth; open fireplace. ápuyan
rapa [rapâ] 1sta To fall forward. Narapa kag anak sa semento pagrayagan The child fell forward on the cement when he ran. syn: mumo 1, rusmo. 2v To intentionally fall forward. mádapà Nagrapa sida agor indi matamaan it bato. He intentionally fell forward so he wouldn’t be hit by the rock. (sem. domains: 7.1.3 - Lie down.) 3v To lie on one’s stomach; to lie face down. Nagrapa kag lapsag sa ako bituka. The baby lay on my stomach. (sem. domains: 7.1.3 - Lie down.)
rapat [rapát] 11.1adj Fits exactly together (as of the parts of a piece of furniture). Abang rapat nak gador kag sugrong it mga siki it bangko. The legs of the chair fits exactly together. 22.1adj At ease with somebody; relaxed with somebody. lapat Karapat kag ako buot kay Toto kisa kay Gadi. I feel at ease with Toto than with Gadi. 33.1vbt To put something flat against another surface; to put something somewhere; to place one’s hand somewhere. lapat Ingrapat it manoghuman kag estante sa ringring. The one who made the shelves put them up against the wall. Rapatan kag imo siki sa sayog - aya gikatin. Put your feet flat on the floor, don’t stand on the ball of your feet. 44.1vbt To apply, use something. lapat Ingparapatan sida it buyong sa bituka. She had medicine applied to her stomach. Nio kag ingrapat nak buyong it doktor? What medicine did the doctor apply?
rapaw [rapáw] n Chicken louse; flea. hánip
rapayan [rapayán] n A chopping board, block used in food preparation. sangkalan Kag rapayan ninra ay napisang. Their chopping board was turned into two.
raphag [raphág] v 1To fall facedown, prostrate (as of body suddenly falling flat out). dapa Nagraphag sinra sa sayog tong maglusob kag mga rebelde. They fall flat on the floor when the rebels attacked them. (sem. domains: 7.1.3 - Lie down.) 2To throw oneself on another person, animal, to restrain or catch it. (sem. domains: 7.1.3 - Lie down.)
rapit₁ [rápit] 1n Funeral; funeral procession. 2vt To have a funeral procession for the dead; to attend a funeral procession. libing, ililibing Irapitey insulip si Marcos dahil limang adlawey sidang patay. Marcos will be given a funeral procession tomorrow because he’s been dead for five days already.
rapit₂ [rapít] loc Near to something. banda, malapit Hariin baga rapit tong bayay nina Mayor? Where is Mayor’s house near?
rapli [ráplì] v To pull up in a fishing net and remove some while still at sea in order to lighten the catch and allow more fish to be caught. (sem. domains: 6.4.5.1 - Fish with net.)
rapo [rápò] 11.1vbt To attract; to be attracted to something; to lure. natukso, pinagkalumpunan Nagpangrapo kag mga anak roto sa nag-aaway nak manok. The children were attracted to the fighting of the roosters. Ingrapuan it mga isra kag ida taan sa suba. His bait lured fish in the river. Aparapuon nako tong mga manok sa bubor. I’ll cause the chickens to be attracted to the chicken feed. (sem. domains: 6.4.2 - Trap.) 22.1v To catch, contract a disease; a sickness is attracted to a certain part of one’s body. Gingrapuan sida it sakit dahil ingwa it epidimya sa inra lugar. She caught the disease because there is an epidemic in their place. (sem. domains: 6.3.8.1 - Animal diseases.)
rapols [rápols] n Patchwork quilt. rapols comp. di rapols
raprap [ráprap] n A red Flowering, thorny tree along the beach. dapdap Pagnakita nimo kinang raprap kung nagbubuyak ay mapapatanga ka. If you see this red flowering thorny tree in bloom you’ll be amazed. (sem. domains: 1.5.1 - Tree.)
rapyas [rápyas] 1n Jumping up action of a dog. 2vbt To jump up on somebody and put paws on one’s body, specifically of a dog. Ingrapyasan sida it iro bag-o anghabón. The dog jumped up on him then grabbed him with his mouth.