'ūli'imper vGo somewhere! Go back!'Ūli' kamu sa 'indu bayay kag magkatuyug kamu!You go back to your house and you sleep!vSomeone goes or goes back somewhere.'inūli''Inūli' ku si 'Andris sa banwa kahāpun.Andres is where I went in town yesterday.'ūli', pag'ūli'gersomeone's or something's going or going back somewhereKung ka'isa nagashurtkat na lang 'aku sa bakūyud pag'ūli' ku sa bayay.Sometimes I just take a short cut over the mountain in my going back to the house.gin'ūli', 'inūli'Gin'ūli' na 'adtu 'ang 'āmun tatay sa banwa kay patay na.Our father was then taken to town because he was already dead.Binayāran 'ang 'inda gastus pagkasay; 'inūli' 'ang manga pabisti.The expenses for the wedding were paid for [and] the wedding wardrobe was taken back.gina'ulī'anNagdyāgan siya nga matūlin pa sa hāngin bīsan kasan'u man waya' na niya gina'ulī'an 'ang 'iya ginapangbu'uy.He ran faster than the wind even when the many things gotten by him were no longer taken back by him.ginpa'ūli'vSomething is taken or taken back to a person or place by someone.Nang nasayūran nang 'ākun panugāngan nga yadtu kami sa 'inda bayay, ginpa'ūli' kami magnanay sa Sāwang.When my parents-in-law found out that we were there at their house, we, mother and children, were sent back to Sawang.Mintras waya' pa 'aku makapa'ūli' diri sa Rumblun, hay nagpamidikal 'ānay 'aku.At a time when I had not yet been able to be sent back to Romblon, I was first given a medical examination.Nag'īsip siya ning ma'āyu nga para'an pāra 'indi' na kapa'ūli' si Marya.He thought of a good idea so that Mary would no longer be able to be sent back.mag'ūli'1infto go or to go back somewhereKinuybā'an 'ang tatay ni Lurit naka'īsip siya nga mag'ūli' na lang.The father of Loret felt nervous [so] he decided just to go back [home].2vA place or person is where someone goes or goes back.mag'ūli', pa'uli'Bāgu ka mag'ūli' sa Rumblun, tudlu'i 'ānay 'ang 'īmu manga ka'ibāhan!Before you go to Romblon, your [working] associates must first be taught [by you]!maka'ūli'Pwīdi ka na maka'ūli' sa 'indu bayay pāra malimpyu mu 'ang 'īmu 'isda'.It is alright that you will be able to go back to your house now so that your fish will be cleaned by you.nag'ūli', 'umūli'Pag'abut nang 'ūras manga 'alas 'unsi nang gab'i, nag'ūli' na da si Nīna.About eleven o'clock at night, Nena already returned [home].May duha ka 'ūras ning bantay 'ang 'iya manga magūyang sa 'iya nitsu bāgu sinda 'umūli' sa 'inda bayay.His parents guarded his tomb for two hours before they returned to their house.naga'ūli'Pagkatāpus ninda ning plānu sa 'inda kasay 'ang manga magūyang naga'ūli' na sa 'inda bayay.After arranging their wedding, the parents then go back to their house.Diri lang kamu magnanay; ma'ūli' 'aku sa banwa.You, mother and son, just [stay] here; I will go to town.pa'ūli'caus vSomeone is sent or is sent back (lit., is caused to go or is caused to go back) somewhere by someone else.