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gagas 1v To clear away debris or spider webs from any area using any instrument such as a broom, a rake, a stick or even ones hands. Ko oggagasan ta ka lama, agad nokoy ka igkois to mgo lapok no ighatod ta diò to mariù. When we clear debris from the yard, anything can be used to shove aside the fallen leaves and then we carry it to a far [place]. [One can clear trash from any place including a yard, a house, a field, a steam that is cluttered. Does not include washing a floor.] 2vs To be cleared of debris. Ka nagagasan no bo-ugan, nalimud ka mgo lagut diò to ilis. As for a stream that was cleared of debris, the debris was gathered together at the side [of the stream].
kois 1v To push or sweep aside, as with a broom, rake or stick. Ka otow no oglinis to solib, ogkoison din ka mgo lagut. A person who is cleaning under the house pushes aside the debris. see: limuron; see: sonson 1. 2v To ostracize someone. Ka otow no warò goinawa rin to duma rin, ogkoison din. Konò din ogdumaruma. A person who has no love for his companion ostracizes him. He won't accompany him. see: ostracize. 3To nudge someone, as with one’s elbow. see: songkil. 4v fFick off, as an insect see: pintik 1; see: kuit 1.
ayat 1vs To be lured, enticed, tempted. Ogka-ayat ka lukos. To koddì no doromdom, konon litos. The men would be enticed. In my opinion, that isn't appropriate. Oghirosonan ta ka goinawa ta oyow konò ki ogka-ayat to maro-ot no batasan. We strengthen our resolve (lit breath) so that we won't be tempted to do wrong. cf: gawoy 2; osyn: hù 2, imu-imu-an. 2v To motivate. Ko og-ayaton ta ka batò, oglanganon ta to walis oyow ogka-anad. When we motivate a child [to sweep], we hand him a broom so that he will learn. see: anad 1. 3v To use something to pacify, as something given to a crying child so that he/she will stop crying. Ka kindi ka ig-ayat ta to batò no ogsinogow. Candy was used to pacify the child who was crying. [TA said you would not use kohoy-u "pity; show compassion" in this context; rather you would use ig-ayat if you gave candy to children to motivate them to listen to what you had to say.] 4vs To be drawn aside as to another task or activity. Ko ogka-aloy ki, sikan ka ogka-ayat ki diò to dangob no talabao. If we are distracted, you will be drawn to some other work. see fr.: aloy₁ 1. 5v To bait, as a hook or trap. see: po-on 1.
pakow n 1Spine or veins of a leaf, such as banana, coconut. Pakow to niug ka ighimu to walis. The spines of the cococut [leaf] are what are used to make a stick broom. [The stem, spines and veins of a leaf are all designated by the term pakow which even includes the inner portion of an ear of corn.] see fr.: tikog 1. 2Veins, of a leaf 3A center portion, as of an ear of corn Ka bagal to agoloy, ian pakow rin ka taliwarò. The cob of the corn, it is its stem on the inside [of the ear of corn]. 4Handle, as of a pan Ka pakow to kandiru, nagopù. The handle of the pan is broken. see: pa-a 1.