yasik [yásik] 11.1vbt To disperse; scatter; splash, spray; roll away; spread about; fly out of reach. (This is a movement away from a point of impact, source.) tumilamsik, tumilapon Iyasik kaling baso pag imo matamaan it bunggo. This glass will fly everywhere when you hit it with the stone you’re throwing. Sida ay ingyasik pag balintong it dyip. He was thrown clear when the jeep rolled over. Nagyasik kag baga sa subrang kainit. The coals were scattered because of too much heat. Ingyasik kag ida bolpen pagkahuyog sa sayog. Her ballpoint pen rolled away when it fell on the floor. Nayasikan ako it tubi nak halin sa saguyong. I was splashed by the water which came from the manmade spring. [This one motion has a cause whether seen or unseen, which often changes the object into small pieces which move away from the original position and cause. English uses different words specific to different objects being affected.] 22.1vi To drive away from one’s body, mind (as of worrying thoughts or tiredness feelings). Ingyayasik ka inra tungka dahil sa inra guya. Their tiredness was driven away because of their laughter. Nagyayasik kag ako kapilay pag di sonata. My tiredness was driven away by the music. Ayasikon kag ako kapilay pag di sonata. My tiredness was driven away by the music. Iyasik kag ako kapilay pag di sonata. My tiredness was driven away by the music. syn: talsik₂, yaswa 1.