'intindi1var'intyindi1vSomeone understands someone else, determines, knows or understands something.'inintindīhanagf recip vTwo or more understand each other.gin'intindi'Anu gin'intindi ku pa 'ang kina'ūnan ku; waya' 'ang lābut ku 'adtu; waya' da 'aku ka'intindi.The ones where I ate were not paid attention to by me [because] I had no care for those; I did not yet understand.gina'intindiha'Ang kubrāhun nang manga hurnal, waya' ninda nga dā'an gina'intindiha.As for [wages] received by the laborers, [they] were not being paid attention to by them immediately.cf'alāga''atāman'aturgardāhandipāraka'intindiUsed in a negative sentence.Waya' siya ka'intindi nang 'ākun paliwānag.He was not able to understand my explanation.Kung matumatu lang, 'indi' 'aku ka'intyindi.If [the story] is only imaginary, I am not able to determine.mag'intindivSomeone or something is cared for or paid attention to by someone.'Ang nanay 'ang dāpat nga mag'intindi sa 'iya manga 'unga'.The mother is the one who should care for her children.maga'intindiSi 'Arnuld hay 'imaw 'ang 'āmun binīlin kay wayay maga'intindi nang 'āmun bāka, kag waya' tāwu sa bayay.As for Arnold, that one was the one left behind by us because no one would care for our cow and there was no person at home.na'intindihanSa nabati'an ni lūlu sa 'iya 'umāgad nga babāyi na'intindihan na niya si Rūki.From what grandfather heard from his daughter-in-law [the situation about] Roque was already able to be understood by him.na'intindihiUsed in a negative sentence.Waya' na'intindihi nang 'uning 'ang gustu nang 'āyam nga hambayun.What the dog wanted to say was not able to be understood by the cat.'Ang 'ākun karanasan nang 'aku ma'isut pa, daw 'indi' ku gid ma'intyindihan nga 'ang 'ākun manga magūyang masyādu nga ka'īmun kag ka'īsug sa 'āmun nga 'inda manga 'unga'.My experience when I was yet small was that it seemed as though [it] could not be understood by me that as for my parents [they] were very oppositional and strict with us, their children.nag'inintindīhanvSomeone or something is understood by someone else.'Ang hambay sa 'iya nang 'iya tatay, "Nag'inintindīhan na ba kita, Dilya?"What her father said to her [was], "Did we understand each other, Delia?"'Intindi baya niya 'ang hambay nang 'adtung 'ispay.Maybe the language of that spy was understood by him.naka'intindi'Ang prinsīsa nga si 'Isabīla naka'intindi da, nagpahūnud na lang siya sa magnanay.The princess Isabela was able to understand [the situation, so] she allowed the mother and son to have [their] way.nakaka'intindi'Ikaw gali' 'ang nakaka'intindi; 'ikaw 'ina' 'ang maghāwid tanan nga papīlis; 'ikaw 'ang magdumāya.You are the one who is able to clearly understand [the agreement about the water project]; you are the one to keep all the papers; you are the one to manage it.pagka'intyindigersomeone's being able to determe or understand a particular fact or suppositionHay pagka'intyindi ku 'adtu 'ang hambay ninda sa 'Udyūngan nga "makānam" kung sa 'ātun pa hay makānam, "makā'un."In my being able to understand, that word "makānam" of theirs in Odiongan to us is "makā'un. (Note: the word makānam in Odiongan is translated 'will eat', but in Romblon it is translated 'will play'.)pagkaka'intindīhan1recip genbeing able to understand each otherNang humambay naman 'ang 'uning nga mas ma'āyu sigūru kung 'isūlat 'ang 'inda ginka'isahan pāra malikawan 'ang 'iban pa nga 'indi' pagkaka'intindīhan.What the cat said was maybe it was better if their agreement would be written so that some [situation of] not being able to understand each other would be able to be avoided.2vSomeone cares for or pays attention to someone else or something.

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