Search results for "dalapak"
dulug 1n Dulug ku ka asawa ku. [The person] next to me is my wife. see: longod 1. 2v To move next to. Nigdulug a ki amò to poghibat. I moved next to Father to sleep. 3v To move very close. Ko nigdurulug, lagboy no nigmarani. If one moves very close, they are very near [each other]. 4v To crowd each other, as sweet potatoes which have many tubers. Ogdurulugdulug so-i bogas to mundù su mabogas. These sweet potatoes are crowding each other because they have many tubers (lit. fruits). 5v To be together; next to each other. Nokogdulug ka nigpinnu-u. They are inadvertently sitting next to each other. see: nokoglongod; see: longod 2; see fr.: dani 1. 6v Two people to move very close to each other. Ogmaduldulugoy ka darua no kalusisi. The lovers are moving close to each other. 7v To approach someone. see: dalapak. 7.1v For many to approach someone. Ko ogduruldulugan ta ka duma ta, kanta ka ogdani kandin. If we approach someone we are the ones to come close to him.
daral see fr.: baghot 1.1. v 1To rush or pressure someone to hurry with some task. Ko daral dò, lo-in on no lituk su ogdagusuon ta ka duma ta. If [the word] is just darol, it's meaning is different because we are rushing our companion [to do something]. see: dagusu 1. 2To emphasize. Ka sikan no igdaral, unawa to igbaghot ta to oyow ogma-ali-alì ka batò no ogdalapak to inoy rin. Ko daral dò, lo-in on no lituk su ogdagusuon ta ka duma ta.
polod 1v To fell as a tree. Ko ogpolod koy to kayu, no oggabason noy litos to baloy. When we fell a tree, then we saw up enough for a house. 2v To knock down or push something over or to fell as aa tree. Ko nagangu on ka pangamoton, bali ogpopoloran ka kamot. When the cut field has dried up, finally [the ftrees in] the field are felled. 3v [Something] used to push something over. 4vs To fall over. Du-on kayu no ogkapolod no kono ogtunasan. There are [some kinds of] tree(s) which fall over and then don't sprout. osyn: balintu-ad 1. 5v To repeatedly topple as child learning to walk. Ogkapolodpolod pad ka pogtakang din no ogdalapak to inoy rin. The child repeatedly topples as it takes steps as it approaches its mother. 6v To fell many trees in an area such as in one's field. Ian na-an dò oghulingon dan ka ogmamopolod na-an dò to kamot dan. The only thing left [to do} is to fell [the many trees ] in their field. Namopolod kunto-on. They were felling trees today.