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yakap [yákap] v To embrace, hug. Ingyakap nida kag ida anak pagsabog it eroplano. She embraced her child when the airplane exploded.

yakar [yákar] v To step, skip, go over something (as of stepping over an object or skipping pages when reading). Magyakar sa alambri para indi magsangit kag baro. Step over the wire so your dress won’t get caught on it. (sem. domains: 7.2.3.5 - Move past, over, through.) der. yakaran

yak [yak] excl Yuck! (as of someone, something despised). (sem. domains: 3.5.3.1 - Word.)

yak-ang [yák-ang] 1v To miss skip, one in a regular schedule. (sem. domains: 7.2.3.5 - Move past, over, through.) 1.1vbt To miss doing something; to overlook doing part of something. hakbang Nagyak-ang ako it usang numero sa ako trabaho. I missed doing one number in my work. syn: yakbang 1. 2n Step. hakbang Mga pilang yak-ang yangey bag-o maabotey kita sa inra bayay. It will take us a few more steps before we will reach their house. 3vbt To step over. Aya giyak-angi kag ako tanom. Don’t step over my plant.

yain nak panahon [yáin nak panahón] adj Bad weather. masamang panahón

yait [yáit] n Raft. balsa

yain nak lasa [yáin nak lása] adj Bad taste. masamáng lása

yain it ginhawa [yáin it ginháwa] idiom - Convert to subentry Sick, bad feeling. masama ang pakiramdam Nagpayain it ginhawa si Nancy pagkakita it maramong bitos. Nancy felt sick when she saw a lot of intestinal worms.

yain it pamatyag [yáin it památyag] idiom - Convert to subentry Sick, bad feeling. masama ang pakiramdam Nagyain kag pamatyag ni Nene dahil nahampak it hangin pagbati. Nene felt bad because of a sudden gust of wind on her when she woke.

yain it batasan [yáin it batásan] adj Bad behaviour. masamang ugali

yain₂ [yá-in] 1adj Bad; evil; wicked; dirty; ugly; unclean; wrong; immoral (as of anything bad or immoral). pángit, masamâ 2n Bad; evil; wicked; dirty; ugly; unclean; wrong; immoral (as of anything bad or immoral). 3vi To dislike something; to find something distasteful. Nayainan ako sa ida inghoman sa ako. I disliked what she did to me. syn: mahilig, mu-ot, gusto 3, hilig 1, gusto 1, udon 1.1. 4vi To feel, become unwell (as of feeling sick). comp. mayain , comp. mayain it buot , comp. mayain it isip , comp. mayain it kabubut-on , comp. mayain kag buot , comp. mayain nak ispirito , der. kayainan , id. kayain sa ako buot

yain₁ [yaín] vbt To separate things into piles. ibinukod Ingyain naku kag maragko nak abukado sa maintik. I separated the big avocadoes from the small ones. Ingyainan nako ikaw it suya. I set aside some viand for you. syn: hanay, tigana, laan 2.1, tura 1, sobra 1.

yahong [yahóng] n To hollow out as of a log to make a canoe. (sem. domains: 6.6.3 - Working with wood.)

yagyag [yágyag] n To trot, gain pace before really running fast. (sem. domains: 1.6.4.1 - Animal movement.)

yaha [yahâ] vi Well cooked. Over cooked sobrang luto Bay-ay kinang atay sa parilya dahil mapapakayahaey. Please take the liver off the grill because it might be well cooked already. (sem. domains: 5.2.1.1 - Cooking methods.)

yahob [yáhob] vbt 1To put leaves in a fire to make them pliable so they can be used to wrap things up in and won’t tear. Ayahobon anay nimo kinang rahon it saging bag-o ray-on sa ako. You put the banana leaves in a fire before you bring them to me. (sem. domains: 5.2.1.2 - Steps in food preparation.) 2That has turned black as of skin after electrocution. (sem. domains: 8.3.3.3.6 - Change color.)

yagwas [yágwas] n A half slip. nagwás

yagwat [yágwat] 1adj At a moderate distance; spaced apart; loose weaving. buhaghag Mayagwat kag ida tanom nak buyak. The flowers he planted are at a moderate distance from each other. syn: laka 2. 2vt To place things at a moderate distance from each other; to space them apart. Ingyayagwat nida kag distansya it kada tanom nak tayong agor makatubo it maado. He widened the distance of each planted eggplant so it could grow well.

yagwis [yágwis] adj Tall and lean, slim, skinny, slender (as of people, animals, crops and trees). (sem. domains: 8.2.2.2 - Tall.)

yagtok₃ [yágtok] vi 1To soften when soaked in water (as of a mark on the floor, fish scales, rice). Nagyagtok kag ida inghu-om nak rukot it kinaydo. The burnt part of the cooked rice that she soaked in water, softened. (sem. domains: 5.2.1.2.3 - Grind flour.) 2To soften something by soaking it in water. lambot Ako apayagtukon kag himbis it isra bag-o kaliskisan. I’ll let the fish scales softened in water before removing them. Apayaktokan nako’t bugas kag marakong planggana. I’ll let the rice soften in water on the big basin.

yagtok₂ [yágtok] n Mud in fishing net. (sem. domains: 6.4.5.1 - Fish with net.)

yagtok₁ [yágtok] 1n The sound of cracking knuckles or joints. Abang kusog kag yagtok it ida mga tudlo. The sound of her cracking knuckles is very loud. 2vi To crack, creak as of knuckles or joints. It yang nagyayagtok kag ida mga yuta-yuta pag napas-an it mabug-at. His joints creak when he lifts up heavy things. Bada-ey gipayagtuka kag imo tudlo ako’y nadidisturbo. Stop cracking your knuckles it’s disturbing me.

yagting [yágting] n Rock (diorite, as of hard black rock in Banton); flint. yagting Indi ni Ruben mapusa tong yagting nak bato. Ruben can’t break that huge rock. (sem. domains: 1.2.2.2 - Rock.)

yagpit [yagpít] n Trap (for birds). patibong

yagro [yágrò] v To run fast like a horse; to stampede. takbo Nagyayagro ka amo iro. Our dog is running like a horse. (sem. domains: 7.2.1.1.1 - Run.)