'ābutvSomeone is encountered or overtaken by someone else, or with something as a sickness.'a'abūtunvSomething is inherited by someone.Hambay ku gāni', "'A, mus na kita; 'a'abūtun pa kita dri ning daku' nga 'uyan."What I said was, "Well, let's go now; we will surely be overtaken by more rain."ma'abūtan'Ang gustu ku hay manga 'alāhas lang kay ma'abūtan pa nang 'ākun manga 'unga'.What I want is just jewelry because there will still be something that will be inherited by my children.na'ābut, na'abūtanNa'abūtan ni Nīna nga buhi' pa 'ang 'iya 'asāwa.Her husband was encountered by Nena still alive.Na'ābut ni Huwan si Pablu sa karsāda.Paul was overtaken by John along the street.'Ang hinug nga bugnay, pinya nga hinug, langka' nga hinug kag kabūgaw hay 'indi' pwīdi nga ka'ūnun ning dungan kay bāsi' kunu kung 'abūtun ka ning sakit nga sūka ma'ūyu.As for ripe bignay fruit, ripe pineapple, ripe jackfruit and pomelo, that these will be eaten at the same time is not expedient because they say you might be overtaken with diarrhea illness.