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paghíkapn Varianthikap touch
paghimatpaghímatn carefulnesscfhimat
paghingospaghíngosn inhalingcfhingos
paghinulsolpaghinulsóln repentancecfhinulsol
paghiwagpaghiwágn movementcfhiwag
paghugasn Varianthugas washing
paghugpapaghugpân alighting, landingcfhugpa
paghumotpaghúmotn threateningcfhumot1 fragrance
pagipágin stingray fish. A species of fish with a long snake-like tail which has a spike near the end to deliver poison into its victimAn pagi na isda ginakaon pero kun nakabinsol an pagi kurawang an tawo.The stingray fish is-food-to-be-eaten but if the stingray pierces-a-person he will scream.
pagkapágka-prefix after. For more information see the Grammatical Sketch, section 6.92Pagkapuno san dram libri na ako.After-filling the drum I am finished-work.synpaka1
pagkabanhawpagkabánhawn resurrection, revivificationcfbanhaw
pagkabuhaypagkabúhayn birthcfbuhay life
pagkadipagkadín comingcfkadi
pagkagotpagkágotn gnashing of teethcfkagot
pagkagutokpagkagutókn tightnesscfgutok crowded
pagkahadianonpagkahadiánonn royaltycfhadi kingVarianthadianon
pagkahilopagkahílon dizzinesscfhilo3
pagkakag-angn squatting
pagkakag-atpagkakag-átn squattingcfkag-at1 synpagkakag-angsquatting
pagkakapoypagkakapóyn tirednesscfkapoy tiredVariantkapoy tiredness
pagkalaksipagkaláksin alertnesscflaksi1
pagkalatpagkálatn circulation, spreadcfkalat
pagkalimotpagkalímotn forgetfulness, amnesiacflimot synpagkalipatforgetfulness
pagkalipatpagkalípatn forgetfulnesscflipat1 synpagkalimotforgetfulness
pagkalitrapagkalítran letteringcflitra alphabet letter