Y , ynY, y, the 25th letter of the alphabet, w,x,Y,z. "Y" has various pronounciations due to the mixing of several languages in the Palawan area. Most often, it has the Spanish pronunciation, or the English "ee" sound. It is used after "D, d" to make the "j" sound, as in "Dyos" [God in Spanish]. Often it is an allomorph of "i", making for many various spellings of words. See words like: mekediadi and mekedyadi, Indiadi/Indyadi, Dios/Dyos.
ya1pn3sHe, she, him, her. This is a less common form of "ya", the most common form. Perhaps influenced by the Tagalog "siya". See the pronoun chart under "aku".Si ya in libun.She is a girl.Ya in lelaki.He is a boy.siya; sia; ya is the most common form used.
ya2pn3sHe, she, him, her. third person, singular, nominative case.Diminuntin ya et Bunbun.He went to Brooke's Point.Ya ne in si Tabed.He is Tabed.ye, kenye.synsiyasya
yabedadjoutriggers too big for banca, thus hinders the paddling of it. 2. a house too large for size of materials used, thus it is weak. 3. A spear with a handle that is too long.Yabed et gubang i Abelin kela' banar.The outriggers of Abelin's boat are too big.wl143.
yadeknbran, the very powdery substance left over after pounding rice or grain. Also dek-dek.Yadek et parey i Trina tinimbag dye ne.Trina's bran-powder from the husked rice, they have already thrown it away.synapadarakdekdekniluntuk
yaduk-yadukvbobbing motion of the head of someone running.Pe-yapuk-yapuk mene pengdarak ku sabab lahak ku ne banar.The bubbing motion of my head is slow because I'm already tired of running.Peyapuk-yapuk mene et ulu ye, kwantin mene et megbebeyli.The bubbing motion of his head is just like dancing.Variant form: yapuk-yapuk; wl136.synyapok-yapok
yagemvsoak.Iyagem ku mena menge' tutulpukan tu' apang meugad daki.I soak first these clothes so that the dirt will go away.synbasa' 1inepu'
yahun'adjlazy, not industrious, alternate spelling of yahu'. Some spell: yahun'.antsengsara'
YahwehnYahweh is one of the names of God, from the Hebrew YHWH, often translated LORD in English Bibles. See also: Elohim, Gen. 1:1, and Aku ne pesi. Ex. 3:14. I is believed to mean the "self caused one" or "I Am" or "Aku Pesi". PBQV uses Yaweh [only 1 "h"] 126x in Gen. & Exo..Enu gasi isambag ku ba' ingkuten dye sinu ingaran et nengdaak daken? 14. Sinugid et Empu' kuan, Aku ating Aku pesi. Penugiri' menge' Israelita kuana', Dina'ak aku i AKU PESI.'Who is his name?' What else then will I say to them?" 14. God answered Moses, saying, "I am who I am already! [Meaning to say, no beginning and no end.] This is-what-will-be said to the Israelites, saying, 'I was sent to you[pl] by I Am already.' " Exo. 3:13-14 PBQV.‘What is his name?’ what shall I say to them? 14. God said to Moses, "I AM WHO I AM. He said further, "Thus you shall say to the Israelites, ‘I AM has sent me to you.’ Exo. 3:13-14 NRSV.synAku ne PesiDiyosElohimEmpu'21
yakinnplan, arrangement, purpose, aim, intention, the objective of your efforts or work.Yakin i Herodes iarap si Pedro dut menge' taw't Judio apang ukumen ye pegketbes ating kenkaan na' pegneranen gasi et Pegtalib.The *intention/plan of Herodes was to present/face Pedro to the Judio people after this feast which was called Pegtalib-[Passover]. Ats 12:4b.Asal pelan tinahag et Empu' ating dedaaken ye apang kelias ku et keremut i Herodes sampay menge' *pegyeyekinen et menge' taw't Judio na meinabu daken."God really has-sent after-all this his angel/servant in order to rescue me from the hand of Herodes and-also the plans/intentions of the Judio people of what would-happen to me." Acts 12.11b.See also: peg-eebian, bahum, Pegbebehumen ni Herodes na ukumen yet.. PSV.synbahumparu 1peg-eebian