Dakol ka goinawa phr. of: dakol. To be very frightened; scared to death; To love someone, or something Dakol so goinawa ni Donghuan su nahan din no ogko-onon ad bua to so-i dakol no bakosan. Donghuan was scared to death||r because he was thinking (lit. supposing that), “I will probably be eaten by this big python.” Dakol ka goinawa rin to sikan no lukos. She loved (lit. had big breath toward) that man. Sagboka rò no boi ka indakoli rin to goinawa. There is only one woman whom he loves (lit. for whom his breath is big).
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goinawa phr.: moomul ka goinawa; phr.: warò goinawa [for someone]; phr.: kohulus so goinawa₂; phr.: ogko-uli-an [no=] on so goinawa; phr.: dakol ka goinawa (to songo otow to dangob); phr.: naponù ka goinawa; phr.: maroyow ka goinawa (to songo otow); phr.: igdakol/ ogdakolon to goinawa; phr.: ko-opos so goinawa₂; phr.: malanang/malonang so goinawa; phr.: sokol ka goinawa; phr.: ma-awang so goinawa; phr.: ma-awang ka goinawa₁; phr.: ogkabigtow ka goinawa; phr.: du-on goinawa (to songo otow); phr.: masakit ka goinawa; phr.: nigdakol ka goinawa [no object]; phr.: maro-ot ka goinawa [towards someone]. 1n breath 2n be alive Ka tibò no du-on goinawa, ka otow ko mgo ulod-ulod, tibò ki ogkammatoy kai to kalibutan. Everything which lives (lit. has breath), all of us here on earth die. 3n desire, preference Goinawa ku It is my desire.. [One's breath is considered to be the seat of the affections and is used to describe one's desire, or a very wide range of emotions. At death, one's goinawa “spirit” (lit. breath) leaves the body along with the gimukud “soul”.] 4v 5to breathe 6figurative: to take someone into one's heart; to internalize; to believe in Ko inggogoinawa ku si Hisus... (from May-as - ck verb form or replace example). “When I internalized [or “believed in”] Jesus...”
goinawa no ma-agkap phr. of: agkap. to be confident, or seemingly unconcerned Amana so goinawa nu no ma-agkap! How (lit. enough) can you be so confident! Ko du-on ogkito-on ta no duma ta no warò ta pad tila-a, ma-agkap so goinawa ta kandin. Ma-awang ka goinawa ta. Ogpakasalig ki kandin. If we see someone to whom we are related whom we have not yet met, we feel confident toward him. We feel an openness (lit. clear breath [between us]. We are able to trust him. [The following was the surprised response of neighbors who wondered how he could stay peaceful/calm when he was being threatened and verbally abused.]
igpalayud ka goinawa phr. of: layud. to go away for a period of time to test one's love (lit. breath) for someone Ka innangon ku to boi to, “Ogpalayuron ta pad ka goinawa ta. Oghimu ki to sabut to songo tu-id ko darua no tu-id no ko konò ogkahalin ka goinawa nu to lo-in no lukos, ogkato-oran ku sikoykow to ogka-asawa.” What I said to the girl was, “Let's go away for a period of time to test our feelings (lit. breath). We will make an agreement for one year or two years and if your love doesn’t transfer to another man, I will follow through to marry you.”
ingkatalaran ... ka goinawa phr. of: talad. to have a generous attitude, lit. share one's breath (=be generous). Ingkatalaran nu ka goinawa nu diò to Maambago. You were generous toward Maambago. [Context was that of sending relief rice to Maambago. The gift itself was the result of an attitude of generousity.]
ko-opos so goinawa₂ phr. of: goinawa. to be fed up with; to be completely out of patience with [someone or something]; To be without recourse Hagtongid to ogkagi su ogko-opos on ka goinawa ku koykow no ogpaka-atu ad koykow. Quit talking because I will get fed up with you and I will have to get back at you. No-opos so goinawa rin su warad ogbaya-an din. He feels frustrated because he has no more recourse (lit. path). [Sintun says the person has no more plan.] see: no-opul.
konò ogkabo-otan ka goinawa phr. of: bo-ot. To be out of control; not to be able to control one’s desires; do something compulsively Konò ogkabo-otan ka goinawa. [He/she] is not able to control his desire (lit. breath). [If a person compulsively steals, the LA says he/she is unable to control his desires (lit. breath).]
makogal so goinawa phr. of: kogal. To be emotionally strong Ko du-on otow no ogkamatayan ig-amulung ta rò to goinawa ran to ogmakogalon ta ka igmasakit to goinawa ta. If there is a person who has experienced the death [of a loved one], we offer emotional comfort that we should strengthen ourselves against the emotional pain. Du-on ignangon ta no kagi no Ig-amulung oyow igmakogal to goinawa to otow no du-on igmasakit oyow konò din amana igkalangò. There are words which we speak which are used to comfort so that the person will be emotional strong and not be overwhelmed [by grief] [DB says these words are to enable a person to aguantoon endure their pain.]
malanang/malonang so goinawa phr. of: goinawa. Peaceful feeling (lit smooth breath); to feel good or peaceful [TA Durung says in his dialect, malonang means “smooth” and is not not used figuratively for peace. Rather, he would use ma-awang no goinawa “clear breath” to express the same concept.]
malayat ka ogkasabukan to goinawa phr. of: sabuk. 1To have been given long life (lit. the placement of his breath is long) Malayat ka ogkasabukan to goinawa rin. Mananoy ogkamatoy. He willl be slow to die. He has been given a long life. (lit. The placing of his breath is long.) He will be slow to die. 2v To drop ??