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.
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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.