gagow 1v To temporarily satiate someones hunger by giving some already-cooked food to eat until more rice is cooked or the meal, is served such as when a guest arrives who is too hungry. Ko du-on ogdatong no otow no oggutasan, ogbogayan to iggagow no nasamò no ko-onon oyow ogtago-od no ogko-on. No ka tagbaluy, ogsusugba pad man dò to igpako-on no oghutuk. If someone arrives [at someone’s house] who is hungry, he is given something to eat from the leftovers to temporarily satiate his hunger. Then the host/hostess cooks again that which he/she will feed t[heir guests] Igggagow ku to gutas ku no ogko-on to do-isok oyow igtaantan ka gutas ku. I [eat something] to satiate my hunger and so I eat a little so that my hunger will be held off (lit. distracted). 2Eat something to temporarily satiate hunger. Nakagagow ad to ko-onon. I had to eat some food to temporily satiate [my hunger]. 3v ?? Ko napolis poron ka pa-a nu no agpas ka nakagongon, no nagawa kad on poron. Warò ka rod nakaparagas no no-ulug to hagoran. When your foot almost slipped [from the step] and you quickly grabbed something, you were almost .....??.... You didn’t quite continue to fall from the stairs. 4v To be startled, scared??? Amana ka so-ini no hagoran no makagagawa no ogko-ulug a poron. This stupid stairway which [scares??] so that I nearly fell.