ngadngad v 1To press and rub something against something else (esp. sharpening an instrument). Igngadngad ta ka kamanga to mgo mo-irob, wasoy, woy ko ilab oyow ogmagalang ka galang din. We press and rub the sharpening stone against the bolo, axe or knife in order to sharpen its edge. Ka ngadngad, sikan ka igdakosol ka mgo mo-irob diò to kamanga. The [word] ngadngad “press and rub against”, that is when a long knife bolo is pressed against a sharpening stone. [The components of meaning iinclude holding tsomething in one's hand and pressing down.] see fr.: ngasngas. 2To rub someone's head or body against an object. Du-on otow ko ogkabolù to duma rin, maga-an oggongon to ulu to duma rin no igngadngad din to so-og. Ogpakangadngad ki ko ogkagongonan ki no igpandakosol ki to oggongon. We will be pressed and rubbed against something if we are held onto and pressed down while being held. see: ngasngas.