dagkot v To be in physical contact, touching. Konò ka ogdagkot kanak su oghalinan ka to sakit ku. Don’t be in physical contact with me because you will catch my illness. Warò nigdagkot ka pa-a ta to simintu. Our feet did not touch the cement. see fr.: tukog 3; see fr.: dampò 1. 1.1v To be adjacent to something; touching each other. Pokogdagkot ka tanò to langit. Heaven and earth adjacent to each other. 1.2v To be touching each other. Pinogharok ka gotok dan no darua. Ka dangob no iglituk, pinogdagkot. Their two stomach's were touching (lit. kissing) each other. Another way to express the meaning is it is they were touching each other. see fr.: harok 1.1.
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sakit 1n Illness, disease. Konò ka ogdagkot kanak su oghalinan ka to sakit ku. Don’t be in physical contact with me because you will catch my illness. Ko nokoy no tambal no ogpakabatuk to masakit, ian ka ma-agbot no tambal. Whatever medicine is effective [against] an illness, that is strong medicine. see: dalu 1. 2n Pain. Og-agbas ka masakit to sosolobon woy ka poka ni Anggam. Uncle’s lung and back pain penetrates all the way through. 3adj Hurt. 4v To hurt or experience pain. Ka buyag no otow, konad ogpoko-orol ka oghipanow su mamasakit on ka bu-ol din. [As for] the old person, he is unable to get around as he walks because his knees are hurt ing. Ko oggoramon to inoy to ogmasakit, ogpa-agud. When the [pregnant] mother experiences pain, she will have someone manipulate [the unborn] child. 5v To be hurt, injured Konò ogbubulung su kasakitan. She won’t use the medicine because it may hurt her. Ka ulu to otow no nigtinugpò, nakasungal diò to batu to woig no napalisan ka bokod [rin] no nasakitan lagboy sikandin. The person who dove, he happened to bump his head against the rock in the water and his forehead was abrazed and he was injured badly. 6v To deliberately cause pain or hurt, as when a parent disciplines a child.