talogon vs To be busy, or over-occupied by something. Natalogonan a su du-on magaliug ku no nigdatong kanak. Ka talabau ku, warò ku pad mapongoi su warò liwak. Ogka-aloy to magaliug ku. I was over-occupied because I had guests and I had guests who had arrived at my place. As for my work, I had not completed it yet because there wasnt time. I was taken away [from my work] by my guests. [That is, by guests who need our attention so that we are unable to finish our work. Difference between words below may be difference between “busy”, “occupied” or “distracted”.] see: tiglingoy 1; see: talantan 1; osyn: balabag 4.2.
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balabag 1n shelf Diò to balabag. It’s on the shelf. 2v To be crosswise in relationship to something else; horizontal or perpendicular to other objects. Du-on batok no og-ayun to lawa woy du-on batok no ogbalabag to lawa. There is a pattern that is parallel to one’s body and there is a pattern that is crosswise to the body. Ka katkat, darua ka igsandig no du-on ka igbalabag, no ian ka katkat. As for a ladder, two [pieces of wood] are leaning and there are [those pieces] which are horizontal [to the other pieces] and those are the steps. ant: ayun 1. 3v To contradict, such as something that was said by someone else. Nigbalabag to innangon to songo otow. He contradicted that which was said by someone else (lit. by some person). 4v To inadvertently hinder something or someone. see: atang 1. 4.1v To conflict with, as a date. Ko ogpitow ki to pitsa to bulan, awoson no og-indanan ta ka liwak to warò ogpakabalabag oyow ogkatuman to poglibulung. When we look at the date of a month, we need to reserve a time when there is nothing which will conflict (lit go crosswise) so that the gathering will happen. 4.2v To be hindered. osyn: talogon.
talantan v 1To be busy, or occupied with something. [DB says if it is important, it isn't called katalantan or if it is something which you purpose to do, it is not called talantan. If that which occupies you obstructs what you intended to do, thny you have been natalantalan.] cf: balagoy; see fr.: talogon. 2To be distracted. see fr.: aloy₁ 1.
tiglingoy 1v to be very involved with some activity Ligkat to lagboy a no natiglingoy to nigtotoì, nalingow a to ogsusugba to iglabung [noy]. I became so involved with my sewing, [that] I forgot to cook supper. see fr.: talogon. 2To wait expectantly for; to desist from working in order to witness some event. Katiglingoy a pad porom to landingan. I was looking forward to the plane’s landing.