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yapasak [yapásak] vi To fall with a noise, thud or splash. bagsak Nagyapasak kag botelyang ‘shampoo’ sa planggana. The bottle of shampoo fell with a splash into the wash basin.

yapaw₁ [yápaw] v To go, reach, pass just over, above something. lampas Nagyapaw sa ida tong bolang ingbunggo ni Rex. The ball which Rex threw just passed above his head.

yapaw₂ [yápaw] irreg. infl. of yabaw

yapayapa [yapa-yapá] n Sole, underneath of one’s foot. talampákan (sem. domains: 2.1.3.2 - Leg.)

yapda [yapdâ] v Bellyflop type of dive into water (sem. domains: 7.2.4.2.3 - Dive.)

yapinig [yapínig] n Tiny wasp. putakti Kinagat si Janet it yapinig sa mata. Janet was bitten in the eye by a wasp.

yapisan [yapísan] n Small yam like potato. yapisan Kaling yapisan ay kapilit kung yutuon. This small yam is very sticky when cooked.

yapita [yapítà] v To fall face down, right on something especially of food. kumalat Kag ice cream ay nagyapita sa uda it ida anak. The ice cream fell right on the face of her 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.

yap-ok [yáp-ok] 1n Blister. 2vbt To get blisters. lintóg Ayap-ukan kinang imo siki dahil huot kinang imo sapatos. Your feet will get blisters because your shoes are too small.

yapan-ak [yapán-ak] v To fall suddenly; to hit the bottom in a rush; to go ‘plop’. nahulog bigla Nagyapan-ak tong tai nida sa basin. His feces fell suddenly into the toilet bowl.

yapar₁ [yapár] v To slap the hip. (sem. domains: 7.7.1 - Hit.)

yapar₂ [yapár] n Fish species; Small-tooth Flounder. Pseudorhombus jenynsii (Kuiter). (sem. domains: 1.6.1.5 - Fish.)

yaon₁ [yaón] n Spinster; old maid. matandang dalaga

yaon₂ [ya-ón] n Rice stored for a long time, which goes brown (and is usually fed to pigs). luma na (sem. domains: 5.2.3.1.1 - Food from seeds.)

yaon₃ [yáon] vbt To cook leafy food for pigs. luto ng pagkaing baboy Nagyaon sida it tangkong nak ibahog sa baktin. She cooked kangkong leaves to feed for the pigs.

yaom [yáom] vbt To depend on somebody for one’s needs; to be dependent on somebody (as of money, cigarettes). inaasa Karugayey nak puro yang sa ida Uncle sa Saudi ingyayaom kag kwarta. It’s been so long that he’s been depending on his Uncle in Saudi for money.

yaog [yáog] adj Stowaway. naglayas

yansa [yánsa] 1.1adj Foul smell of fish; bad, wild smell, taste of food (as of birds). malansa Abang yansa katong amo suya nak nabakay sa restauran. The viand we bought in the restaurant tasted really bad.

yansi [yánsì] adj To be pale in skin colour (as when one is sick). maputla Si Tang Tawi ay nagpangyansi pagkauli sa sakit sa atay. Tang Tawi got a pale colour of the skin after recovering from sickness of liver. syn: yapsi, putla 1.

yanos [yanós] adj Sour, gone off (as of coconut milk, milk). bulok Kag ida ginggata nak nidog ay yanos. The coconut milk which she used was sour.

yanras₁ [yánras] vt To step, skip, go over something (as of stepping over a object, skipping pages when reading, going over hills). hakbang Aya giyanrasi kinang ako mga bag-ong tanom nak rosas. Don’t step over my newly planted roses.

yanras₂ [yánras] vi To go into the ground; to go down ward. baba Nagyayanrasey kag mga bato halin sa baguntor paubos. The stones from the hills are moving down towards the bottom. syn: as-as, banlas 1, hanlas 2.

yanrong [yánrong] adj Shady place. sheltered. malilim Nagpahuway sida sa mayanrong nak puno it mangga. He took a rest in the shade of the mango tree. syn: yampoy 1, sinrong 1. (sem. domains: 1.1.3.2 - Cloud.)

yanog₁ [yanóg] adj Soft fruit (as when touched).