anumpul v To be frustrated. Si Elena, no-anumpul on to warad igkabogoy rin no homoy no oglugaw to batò no nigdaralu. Elena was frustrated because she had no rice left to make porridge for a child who was ill. Na-anumpul a to warò baya-an ku. I was frustrated that I had no way through. see: aras 1; see: sasow 2.
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sasow vs 1To behave in such a way as to upset others. Ka sabandal no otow ungod ogsasow to duma rin no lagboy no masamuksamuk no otow. The sabandal person is always upsetting his companion and is a very troublesome person. 2To be anxious; to worry about something. see fr.: ipong; see fr.: aras 1; see fr.: anumpul. 2.1To be beside oneself with anxiety; upset. Kasasowsasow to mangayow. They are beside themselves with anxiety about the raiders. 2.2To be the object of concern as when a pig is killed for a death feast, and everybody grabs what they can as there isn’t enough to go around. Kasinasow ka babuy ko du-on kamatoy. The pig is the object of concern when someone has died.
ulingol 1v To annoy, bother. Ka mgo ulod-ulod, konò og-ulingol to mgo otow. As for animals, they don't bother people. Ogpanuktuk ka lumansad ko og-ulingolon ta ka piak dan. A rooster will peck [us] if we bother their chicks. (lit. if their chicks are bothered by us). 2vs Become annoyed, disturbed. Du-on otow no ogdaralu no ogko-ulingol to mgo batò ko ogmanlili-ag. There is someone who gets annoyed by the children if they are playing. 3To be disturbed Ko du-on igkasasow nu, ogko-ulingol ka ko du-on og-insò koykow. If you are worried about something, you will be disturbed if somone asks you [about it]. see: aras 1.