yaot [yáot]adjYou’re to blame; It’s your fault.imbisYaot nak hali kinang anak sa hospital ingraya pa sa albularyo kitang waya naulii.It’s your fault that the child is here in hospital since you kept on taking her to the spirit healer, see he hasn’t got better.
yap-ok [yáp-ok]1nBlister.2vbtTo get blisters.lintógAyap-ukan kinang imo siki dahil huot kinang imo sapatos.Your feet will get blisters because your shoes are too small.
yapan-ak [yapán-ak]vTo fall suddenly; to hit the bottom in a rush; to go ‘plop’.nahulog biglaNagyapan-ak tong tai nida sa basin.His feces fell suddenly into the toilet bowl.
yapar₁ [yapár]vTo slap the hip.(sem. domains: 7.7.1 - Hit.)
yápar [yápar]1nWidth (as of roads, rooms, flat land).Kag yapar it ida sinturon ay limang sentimetros.The width of her belt is five centimeters.2adjWide.malapad, maluangMayapar kag inra kanidugan.Their coconut grove is wide.syn: liway 1. 3vtTo widen; to make more spacious.Ingpayapar ka rayan hampig sa Salingsing.The road near Salingsing was widened.
yapasak [yapásak]viTo fall with a noise, thud or splash.bagsakNagyapasak kag botelyang ‘shampoo’ sa planggana.The bottle of shampoo fell with a splash into the wash basin.
yapaw₁ [yápaw]vTo go, reach, pass just over, above something.lampasNagyapaw sa ida tong bolang ingbunggo ni Rex.The ball which Rex threw just passed above his head.
yapote nThe fruit is medium-sezed, up to 2 centimeters in diameter usually smaller, dark red to black, rather dry and with a pleasant but rather acid flavor, and contains a large seed. It is rather acid for dessert fruit but makes a good wine or jelly.lipoteEugenia Curranii
yapsi [yápsì]adjPale skin coloring (as when afraid, sick).putlaSida ay nagpangyapsi pagkakita it tong anak nak naipit it dyip.She turned pale when she saw the child run over by the jeep.syn: putla 1, yansi. (sem. domains: 184.108.40.206.2 - Nervous.) der.pangyapsi
yapute [yapúte]nFruit species; black sapote. A kind of fruit that’s small, round and black.sapoteBuduboy kag bunga it yapute nina Auntie Geling.The black fruit of Auntie Geling are in clusters.(sem. domains: 220.127.116.11.2 - Food from fruit.)
yari [yárì]vTo settle a matter, problem.Pagkatapos it pirma ay nagkayari sinra.After signing the matter was settled between them.syn: areglo 1, tagapamagitan.
yas-ay [yás-ay]1viTo loose one’s appetite; to become disinterested in doing something or going somewhere (as of eating or traveling).Tong baktin nina A.Alice ay nagpayas-ay it pagkaon kada inra gingbaligya.The pig of A.Alice lost it’s appetite that is why they sold it.Baka ayas-ayan ra si Elmer magpa Manila dahil indi ikaw magnunot sa ida.Elmer might be disinterested in going to Manila because you will not go with him.2adjWithout appetite, specifically of food; to find food tasteless; to lose flavour.walang ganaMayas-ay kag ida pagkaon dahil sida ay ingsasagnat.She is without appetite when eating because she’s sick.Si Nene ay mayas-ay magkaon dahil ingsasagnat.Nene found it tasteless because she was sick.
yasak [yasák]vTo chop up small, finely. squash flat flatten.hiniwa-hiwaIngyasak-yasak nida kag karne nak ako ingbakay.The meat that I bought was chopped up small by him.syn: intik 1. (sem. domains: 7.7.4 - Press.)
yasaw₁ [yasáw]viTo salivate with desire for sour tasting foods; one’s mouth waters for something sour.yasawNagyasaw kag yuba pagkakita it sampaloc.My mouth watered when I saw the tamarind.(sem. domains: 3.3 - Want.)