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uwang 1n steam 2v to let out or escape, as steam from a kettle or pus from a boil Wangwangi on ka bulutut oyow og-uwang. Lance the boil so [the pus] will escape. 3v to express [something] to [someone] such as a request which one has been too timid to make for a day or so. Uwangon kud to ogkagi su du-on ku-on ku dio’t koykow. I'll express [something] because here’s something I’d like to have from you. Di du-on og-abalang no konò ogpoko-uwang ko ognangon But there [are those] who relentlessly pursue something who can't express what they [want] to say. 4v To be affected by the release of something such as to be burned by steam Uwangan ki to mo-init. We’ll be burned by the steam. 5?? 6v To [destructively??] affect [something or someone] Og-uwang-uwangon ka mgo lawa ran. Their bodies are [destructively] affected [by what they do]. [LA said this means that everything else is affected by what they do and everything they do becomes bad. (Rom nt p. 119. Maybe as explanation LA said, “Tibuuson dan on maro-oton dan ka lawa ran.” and “Ian dan umaag ka kandan no hinimuan no maro-ot.”)] 7v To abandon. Nig-ongkod ka lukos to awawa rin woy hop-at no anak din. No kunto-on, no-ul-ulangan ka asawa rin woy ka mgo anak din. The man left his wife and four children. And now, he has abandoned his wife and children. see fr.: anggò 3.