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langò v 1To be deprived of something ?? Niglanga-an ka anak ku su nigpurut din ka gastu to warò ibogoy to kanak. Kandin dò ka napulusan. I was deprived of my daughter because he took the brideprice and didn't give it to me. He was the only one benefitted. [as when someone takes something without paying for it.] 2To be depressed. Ogdamag ka, ogduma ka masakit to goinawa nu, sinogow, pandawot woy ogkalangò (ka sikan no konò ogkagikagi) You watch over [the dead person], your emotional pain accompanies, [you] weep and sit in silence. That is when a person when a person doesn't talk. Ig-amulung oyow igmakogal to goinawa to du-on igmasakit oyow konò din amana igkalangò. [It's used] to comfort to stabilize/strengthen one's breath which is hurting so that he will not so munc be depressed. [DB says that a person in this condition may go a whole week without speaking. Some will continually weep. The person will not desire to eat. It will turn into an illness if there is no one to help them to overcome these feelings.]