'unga'na child, from the time of walking until adolescence sultirītu, dalagītaMa'isturya 'aku nang 'ākun na'agihan nang 'unga' pa 'aku hasta nga magka'asāwa.I will tell about my experiences from when I was a child until being able to take a spouse.A child from the time of birth until it walks is referred to as 'unga' nga lapsag 'baby child'; from walking until about 5 years is specifically referred to as ma'isut nga 'unga' 'small child'; From this age until adolescence a child is referred to as 'unga'.synbāta'kabatā'an1cfkabatā'an2nsomeone's child; son, daughter, offspringNagsūlat sa 'ākun 'ang 'ākun 'unga' nga gapabakay kunu ning gawn.My daughter wrote me that [she] is letting [me] buy a party dress.'Indi' gid si Nāna Pitra gustu nga 'aku 'ang mapangasāwa nang 'iya 'unga'.Aunt Petra does not like that I will become the spouse of her son.Nagpamag'asāwa 'ang 'āmun manga 'unga', nga waya' sinda sa 'āmun pudir.Our children each took a spouse, so they were not under our authority.gin'unga'Gin'unga' si Lusit sa būlan nang Marsu.Lucit was born in the month of March.ka'unga'an1pl nsomeone's childrenKung waya' syay suya' ginapangnguyāban nya 'ang 'iya ka'unga'an hasta 'asāwa.If he has no side dish, his children were scolded by him [and] also his wife.23, Social Relationships2vA woman gives birth to a baby; a couple have a baby by the mother giving birth.Bāwal 'ang magkā'un ning 'ūtan nga langka' nga may lakut nga lumbay kay 'ini kunu hay nagapahubas ning gātas nang nanay nga bag'ung 'unga'.It is forbidden to eat coconut flavored jackfruit which is mixed with lumbay leaves because they say these leaves cause the milk of the mother who has newly given birth to dry up.mag'unga'vSomeone is born by a woman; someone is begotten by a couple.Ginabāwal da sa manga nabdus nga ka'ūnun kay bāsi' kung siya mag'unga' hay 'indi' matawūhan.[It] is forbidden for a pregnant woman to eat this (i.e., a chicken which dies) because when she gives birth [the baby] might not be born.nag'unga''Ulīhi na nang siyay nag'unga' na kay Dirānu, hay didtu na kami nag'ugduk ning bayay na 'āmun gid sarīli sa Gi'ub.Later, when she gave birth to Derano, we built our own house there.naka'unga'Naka'unga' na siya sa 'āmun 'ikaduha nga 'unga' kay Rini hay 'imaw da gihāpun 'ang sitwasyun nang 'āmun pagpangabuhi'.She was already able to give birth to our second child Rene, [but] the situation of our lifestyle was still the same.pag'unga'gera mother's giving birth, a couple's having a childNasayangan ku 'ang pag'unga' nga kahuga' gali'.I experienced that giving birth was really difficult.pagpangūnga'germany women giving birth, many people having childrenNagapāti 'ang manga tāwu sa Pilipīnas nga 'ang pagpangūnga' hay 'isa nga 'ubligasyun nga ginta'u nang Dyus.People in the Philippines believe that having children is one obligation given by God.patay nang ging'unga'nstillbirthpinaka'unga'nsomeone's goddaughter, godson; one reckoned as someone's childSiya hay pinaka'unga' nang 'iya manīnay.She is the goddaughter of her godmother.'Ang 'ākun tratar kay Līsa hay 'ākun pinaka'unga'.My treatment of Lisa is one reckoned as my child.23, Social Relationships

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