ya nahilak sa pagka-on [yâ nahílak sa pagká-on]PHDon't waste food, so rather eat it than throw it out (lit. no pity on food).(sem. domains: 188.8.131.52.6 - Waste.)
ya-ga [yá-gà]vtTo boil or cook in water.maglágaIngyaga nako kag mga sab-a nak imo gingtao.I boiled the cooking bananas that you gave me.Ayagaan ka nako it itlog.I’ll boil an egg for you.[Usually used of a procedural step in cooking meats, sea foods, vegetables excluding rice and special recipes.] (sem. domains: 184.108.40.206 - Cooking methods.) der.niyaga
yaag [yáag]1staTo lose one’s way.táyangKag amo rayan ay nagyaag dahil maruyomey kami napauli halin sa inra.We lost our way because we were already late coming home from their place.syn: suhag, tayang 1.1. 2vtTo lead somebody the wrong way; to misguide somebody; to give wrong directions.
yab-as [yáb-as]11.1adjFresh (fish).presko22.1nWet, fresh-cut timber, (i.e. the sap is not dried).
yabaw [yabáw](irreg. infl.yapaw₂) 1viTo extend beyond a point; to protrude.Nagyayabaw kag ida kamison sa ida malip-ot nak baro.Her slip extends beyond her short dress.Pagkakusog ka imo itsa ay nagyayapaw kag bola sa ida.When you throw hard, the ball goes out beyond her.2vbtTo extend something beyond a point; to exceed something.labisAyabawan nako kag imo mga nabaoy nak marka sa eskwela.I’ll exceed the mark you got in school.Ingyapawan nida it taas kag nayukso’t kalaban sa ‘high jump’.She surpassed the height that her opponent made at the high jump.
yabhag [yábhag]viTo swell; to become swollen; to have wounds show red; to raise whelts.latayKag ida kinagtan it gudom ay nagyabhag sa siki.Where the ants bit him showed up red on his foot.Nagyabhag kag ida braso nak kinagat it surot.His arm that was bitten by the bedbug became swollen.syn: yamhong.
yabi [yabî]vbtTo pull a face; to pull a face at and ignore an enemy (as when greeting by them).Ingyabian nida tong ida kaaway pagkita ninra.She pulled a face at her enemy when she saw her.
yabnaw₂ [yábnaw]adjThin, weak, diluted liquids, mixtures.labnawKag ida ingtimplang gatas ay mayabnaw.The milk which she prepared is very weak.
yabni₁ [yábni]vTo pull suddenly; to yank.Maado yang ay nayabni ni Paul kag baro it ida anak, kung waya ay naligis tan-a.It’s good that Paul gave a sudden pull on his clothing, if not he might have been run over.
yabni₂ [yábni]vtTo grab something; to snatch something.agawAyabnihon tan-a it tong mananakaw tong ako bag kung waya nako nahuyti it maado.The thief would have just grabbed my bag had I not held it tightly.syn: agaw 1, hapnit.
yabo [yabó]adjSoft, tasty to eat (as of cooked root crops).Abang yabo katong amo nabakay nak kayabasa.That squash we bought really sounds soft.(sem. domains: 220.127.116.11 - Food from plants.)
yabog₁ [yábog]1adjHealthy; overgrown; shady (leaves or plants).Mayabog kag tanom nak ingabunuhan.The plant that was given fertilizer is healthy.2viTo become healthy, overgrown.mayabongNagyabog kag amo tanom pagkaabuno.Our plants became healthy when they were fertilized.
yabog₂ [yábog]1adjOversoft due to overcooking.2nA dish made of coconut milk and root crops (can also be mixed with bananas or sticky rice).3vtTo boil root crops (includes cooking bananas, all of which are cut in chunks).labogNagyabog sida it sab-a, balinghoy ag kamote.She boiled a mixed dish of cooking banana, cassava and sweet potato.Iyabog nida kag gata it balinghoy.She will boil the cassava in coconut milk.Nagyabog sida it balinghoy ag sab-a.She made the dish with coconut milk out of cassava and banana.[Root crops maybe boiled in water (túbì) or coconut milk (gatâ).]
yabor [yábor]1nSediment, slime, deposit left from a liquid (as of something falling to the bottom of a container).Sayaa kag tubi bag-o ibutang sa gining dahil abang ramong yabor.Strain the water before putting it in the water jar because there’s a lot of sediment in it.(sem. domains: 1.3.6 - Water quality.) 2vTo sink to the bottom of liquids (as of sediment, solid particles).Pagkabawas it tubi sa planggana ay nabilin kag nagyabor nak buling ag sabon.When some water is poured out of the washing dish what’s left is the dirt and soap that has sunk to the bottom.
yabot [yábot]1adjDifferent.Yabot ka inra mga ugali, no?Their customs are different, no?syn: kaiba. 2viTo become, be different; to change something (as one’s mind).ibaImaw kali kag nagyabot it kahulugan.This is how the meanings differed.
yabtik [yábtik]nThe rope, line to pull in the fishing net.lubidNabugto ray kag ida yabtik kada waya nabira tong pamanting puno it isra.His pulling rope was broken so he wasn’t able to pull in the fishing net when it was full of fish.
yabtong [yábtong]viTo become darker in colour; to tan; to blacken (as of people’s skin, the leaves of plants).Gusto nida magpayabtong kada pirmi sidang kaligos sa ragat.She wanted her skin to become tanned so she often went swimming in the sea.
yabunok [yabúnok]1nThe thud sound when something falls.(sem. domains: 18.104.22.168.1 - Fall.) 2viTo cause a loud sound when a falling object lands; to thud; (as of a belly-flop, hitting an animal).bagsakAko narunggan nak nagyabunok kag lata.I heard that the can fell and created a loud sound.(sem. domains: 22.214.171.124.1 - Fall.)
yad-ang [yád-ang]vTo dry out the last bit of moisture in the sun (as of rice).biniladKag tanan ninrang tubas nak payay ay ingyad-ang anay bag-o taguon.All their harvest was dried out of the last bit of moisture before it was stacked away.