yad-as [yád-as]nWild animals.Nakabaril it yad-as si Paul.Paul was able to short wild animals.
yad-aw₁ [yád-aw]vTo walk around aimlessly; to roam around.galaAyaey giyad-aw kung gab-i sabaling madisgrasya pa ikaw.Don’t walk around aimlessly at night or you might meet an accident.
yad-aw₂ [yád-aw]viTo allow to run,graze freely. Always out and about, travelling around, as of a person.galaInra yang ingpapayadaw katong inra baktin.They just allow their pig to run and roam around freely.syn: wardi-wardi, gala 1, yagadaw 3. (sem. domains: 18.104.22.168 - Go.)
yada₁ [yádà]1adjDried up (as of parts of plants).2viTo become dry, wither specifically of parts of plants.tuyoNagyada kag mga rahon it buyak tong tig-sisilak.The leaves of the flowers became dried during the hot season.syn: kupos 1.1, yadong.
yada₂ [yáda]nA one man fishing net thrown from a rocky shore.[The net has weights around the edge and when it has been thrown over the fish it is pull up in the middle and the fish get squashed inside.]
yadang [yádang]vTo become stiff and splayed, spread apart as of fingers, toes.kumukunatNagyayadang kag damot ni Apyong pag sida’y nayayango.The hands of Apyong become stiff and splayed when he’s drunk.
yadas [yádas]nWild (as of pig, deer).ilahasKag iro nak ingraya sa pagpangadam it yadas ay sabakey.The dog that was brought along to hunt the wild animals is already pregnant.
yadi [yádi]viTo have a mistress; to be adulterous; to have illicit sexual affairs.kaliwa, kabitNagpangyadi ray si Peter tong makilaya nida kag usang magandang rayaga sa “Beer house”.Peter got a mistress when he meet that beautiful lady in a Beer house.syn: kawatan 1, nag-idami it kayado, kabit₁ 2.
yado₁ [yadô]1adjFar; distant; long way; long way away.(sem. domains: 22.214.171.124 - Far.) 2nDistance.(sem. domains: 8.2.6 - Distance.) der.mayado, der.pahilayo, der.payado, id.mayado kag buot
yado₂ [yadô]1nDistance.distánsiya(sem. domains: 126.96.36.199 - Away from.) 2adjDistant; far.maláyoMayado kag ingpagtuan ni Glen.The place where Glen went was far away.
yadog₂ [yádog]1adjLong distance, far away, away from a certain place (as when throwing something).malayoKayadog kag natugpaan it tong bola pagbakoy nida.The ball went for a long distance when he hit it.syn: tawin. (sem. domains: 188.8.131.52 - Far.) 2vTo make something go a long distance, far away.(sem. domains: 184.108.40.206 - Far.)
yadong [yadóng]viTo close up at night; to wither wilt because of lack of water; (said of flowers or plants).nalantaNagyadong kag mga buyak dahil nalimot ako magbunyag.The flowers wilted beacause I forgot to water them.syn: kupos 1.1, yada₁ 2.
yados [yadós]adjUnderripe; ripe but still hard (as of fruit).manibalangDahil sa kakulion it kwarta inapupoey nida kag yados nak bunga it mangga nak ibaligya sa merkado.Because of the scarcity of money he picks even the unripe mangoes to be sold in the market.syn: hilaw.
yag-ok [yág-ok]nDrink down in one breath, gulp.lagokUsang yag-ok yang ni Jack tong usang basong kape.Its just took Jack one gulp to down the glass of coffee.
yaga₁ [yága]vbtTo stare at somebody; to fix somebody with one’s eyes; to look hard at somebody.titigIngyayagahan ako it buang-buang.The crazy person stared at me.Asing nagyayaga sa ako katong tawo, hangit siguro.Why is that person staring at me, he’s angry maybe.Pag nagpapasaway kag mga anak inayagahan yang nako sinra ag natungon.When the children are trying to get attention I just look hard at them and they stop.[Carries a bad connotation.]
yaga₂ [yága]vTo give a nasty, frightening look at somebody.nanlilisik na mataNahadlok magsuyor tong mga anak sa inra bayay dahil nayaga tong inra lolo.The children were afraid to enter their house because their grandfather gives them a frightening look.
yaga₃ [yága]vTo look with anger.dilatIngyagahan ni Lisa tong anak nak nagtitibaw sa habig it karsada.Lisa looked with anger at the child who is crying along the street.
yagadaw [yagádaw]1nGoing out for fun; gadding-about.syn: gala 3. 2adjConstantly going out; gad-about.3vbtTo go around for fun; to gad-about (this can be for good or bad purposes).galaSige yang sidang nagyagadaw aber waya’t tsinelas.She kept going around even without slippers om.syn: wardi-wardi, gala 1, yad-aw₂.
yaghag₁ [yághag]vTo use something sparingly, make go a long way.layo-layoAyaghagon yang nimo kag pagtahi para buko maakas it bunang.You just use it sparingly when you sew it so as not to consume too much thread.
yaghag₂ [yághag]vTo open up and leave spaces between; to separate, draw apart (as of teeth weaving, flooring).Kag ida ngisi ay nagyaghag pagkatapos mabunot kag mga bag-ong.Her teeth open up and left spaces between after her molars were pulled.