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pahamar-hamar [pahamar-hamár] adj Very careless. walang ingat Abang pahamar-hamar ka gani it mga gamit kitang nagkakawagit. You’re very careless with your things that’s why it got lost.

pakapalabi [pakapalabí] v To spoil somebody too much; to “spoil rotten”. Tong inra putong anak ay ingpapakalabi ninra kitang katugas it uyo. Their youngest child is spoiled rotten by them that’s why he is hard headed.

panganor [pangánor] (der. of anor) n Fast moving clouds. Karamong makikitang panganor sa langit kung tiguyanon. You could see many clouds in the sky when its rainy season. syn: rampog 1. (sem. domains: 1.1.3.2 - Cloud.)

pangpahanlas [pangpahánlas] n Money to made things happen; money bribe to grease the wheels. Waya nida gitaw-i it pangpahanlas tong sekretaryo kitang waya natapos tong ida mga papeles nak ingpapahuman. He didn’t give a money bribe to the secretary to grease the wheels so that’s why the papers were not finished.

parada₁ [parádà] vbt To perform sorcery; to be sorcerised. ipakulam, limot Ingparadaan si Rudy it tong ingpapangrayaga nida kitang wayaey sa sarili. Rudy’s girlfriend performed sorcery on him that’s why his not in his right senses.

pesti [pésti] 1n Epidemic; plague pests; calamity. Kag inra uma ay inabot it pesti it mga ambo. Their corn farm was plagued by rats. (sem. domains: 2.5.1 - Sick.) 2v To get an infectious, contagious illness; to suffer an epidemic. pesti Napesti it mga uyor kag amo mais kitang waya kami it natubas. Our corn grains suffered an epidemic of worms that’s why we got no harvest. (sem. domains: 2.5.1 - Sick, 1.5.7 - Plant diseases.)

ruga-ruga₁ [ruga-rugá] adj Dare to do something. ako-ako Ruga-ruga pa ka gani it kanta kitang naglibag. You still dared to sing and see you went out of tune.

rukwang [rúkwang] v To look down into something deep (as of a well). yuko Nagrukwang pang gador sida sa bal-ong kitang nahuyog. He still look down into the well that’s why he fell down.

sako-saki [sako-sakî] adj Always takes over; always wants to run, control something (but often with a bad result). dali-dali Agar maadoey kag timpla it icing it keyk ugaling ay sako-sako ka ra it girugangi pa nimo kitang abang dutaey. The icing mixture for the cake was just right but you had to take over and kept adding to it so now you see it’s very runny.

salamin [salamín] v To look in a mirror. salamin Kaling maisot nak pila sa yupa - nak sa ano mang oras ako magpanalamin ay imaw it nakikitang raan. This small scar on my forehead - whenever I look in the mirror that is what I see straightaway. syn: ispiho. (sem. domains: 2.3.1.7 - Reflect, mirror.) der. panalamin

sampot₃ [sámpot] vi To arrive. dating It tiang yang ra ikaw nasampot it waya’t pamalay kitang waya’t nagsapoy sa imo. You just arrived without further notice, that’s why nobody fetched you.

silakbo it rugi [silákbò it rugî] n Height of anger (lit. height, surge of blood). silakbo ng dugo Sa silakbo it rugo ni Bel ay waya nida napunggi kitang nalabo nida tong ida kaaway. At it’s height, Bob’s anger was uncontrollable that’s why he slashed his enemy with a bolo.

suypok₂ [súypok] v To put something aside somewhere. Kung riin yang gani ni Tomas gisusuypokan kag ida mga gamit, kitang indey makita. Tomas just put his things aside somewhere see that’s why he can’t find it.

tabok₁ [tabók] 1v To cross over water as of a river, strait; ??a street. Matabok tan-a sinra sa Simara ugaling waya sinra’t makitang sasakyan. They would have crossed over to Simara but they couldn’t find a boat. (sem. domains: 6.5.4.1 - Road, 7.2.3.5 - Move past, over, through.) 2loc Across from; facing. tapát (sem. domains: 8.5.1.1 - In front of, 8.5.1.6 - Across.)

tagapagmana [tagapagmána] n Heir. Kitang tanang tawo kag tagapagmana it kasal-anan nina Adan ag Eba. All of us are heirs of the sin of Adam and Eve.

tanrog [tánrog] 1adj To touch, pierce one's heart by what is said. (sem. domains: 2.1.8.1 - Heart, 4.3.3 - Love.) 1.1vt To touch something lightly; to bump; to jostle. Ingtanrog ni Anthony tong bag-ong tanom nak buyak kitang namatay. Anthony touched the newly planted flower so it withered. Natanrog nida kag ako ugar kada nagrugo. She touched my wound so it bleed. (sem. domains: 4.3.3 - Love.) 22.1adj To be moved by something; to feel touched regarding something (as of ones feelings responding to good or bad things). Natanrog kag ako puso pagkakita ruto sa naghihingayo nak anak. My heart was touched when I saw the dying child. (sem. domains: 7.3 - Move something.)

tuga-tuga [tuga-tugá] vi To do something halfheartedly; to do something with insufficient preparation, care (and may have an unexpected or inadequate result). Nagtuga-tuga pa gani it kaydo kitang nahilaw ray kina. She did the cooking without sufficient care so that’s why it’s undercooked again.

tuo₂ [tuó] 1n Faith. 2vi To have faith; to believe. manampalataya Dapat kitang magtuo sa Ginoo. We should have faith in God.

tutemplo [tutémplo] n Small shrines; grotto. Karamo kang makikitang tutemplo sa India. You can see many small shrines in India.

ugot [ugót] 11.1adj Irritable. 1.2vi To be irritated. nagalit, nagngalit ang bagang Ing-ugtan sida sa nakitang kadat sa sala. She was irritated by the mess she saw in the lounge. syn: napika, sapot 1. 1.3vt To irritate somebody. Ingpaugot it anak kag ida maestra dahil ingbabaan kag ida marka. The child irritated his teacher because his mark was lowered. 22.1vbt To have a temper tantrum. Nagpaugot kag anak tong waya nabakye it idamuan. The child had a temper tantrum when he wasn’t bought a toy. Ingpaugtan it anak kag dulse. The child was caused to have a temper tantrum because of the candy.

una-una bag-o kasay [una-uná bág-o kasáy] vi To have pre-marital sex; to fornicate. una-una bago kasal Nag-uuna-una anay gani bag-o kasay kitang sabakey tong ingkasay. They had pre-marital sex before marrying so she was already pregnant when they were married.

usisa₂ [usísà] 11.1n Investigation. 1.2vbt To assess; to examine; to investigate; to inspect carefully. usisà Ato ausisa-on kag ida ingpapagtuan. We’ll inspect the place where she goes. Ingusisaan ako nida tungor rotong ako nakitang pagpanakaw. He investigated me on the stealing that I saw. 22.1n 2.2n Someone who sticks their nose into other people’s business. Hangit sida sa mga usisera nak tawo. She hates nosey people. [The male counterpart is busisero.]

wagtik [wágtik] v To abort, lose a child by falling during pregnancy. Gingwagtik busa nimo tong imo gingsasabak kitang inabuyong ka sa anak. It’s your fault you lost the child you were carrying, you see you are missing the child.

yaot [yáot] adj You’re to blame; It’s your fault. imbis Yaot 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.

yumar [yúmar] v To unnecessarily put, lay something dirty against something clean. pina-upî Ingpayumar yang nida tong isra sa lababo kitang kinaon it uning. She just laid that uncleaned fish in the sink that’s why it was eaten by the cat.
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