'īsipnsomeone's mind or thoughtsKung 'igwa kita ning mabati'an nga hambay nga masanting hay nagatanum nga dā'an sa 'ātun ning 'īsip.If there are offensive words that will be heard by us they immediately become established in our minds.synhuna'hūna' cfdumdum1 huma'hūna'huma'hūna'huna'hūna', paghuna'hūna'kalā'um, pagkalā'umlā'umlā'umpagdumdum, pagkadumdumvSomeone or something is thought about by someone; something is thought by someone.gina'īsip'Ang gina'īsip niyan nang manga tāwu hay mag'inasāwa na kag magpakasay.That which is thought about now by people is that [they] keep on taking spouses and have wedding ceremonies performed.gina'isip'īsipGina'isip'īsip ku nga daw 'indi' 'ānay 'aku maglarga.That probably I would not leave was thought over and over by me.ka'i'īsip1gersomeone's thinking of someone else or somethingWaya' natuyūgi 'ang prinsīsa kaysa ka'i'īsip sa prinsipi.The princess was not able to sleep because of [her] thinking of the prince.cfhuna'hūna' 2vSomeone decides to do something.An abilitative form of the verb (naka'īsip, maka'īsip) is predicate, the one deciding something is topic, and that decided is a modifying phrase optionally introduced by nga.na'īsipNa'īsip and a genitive agent is predicate, followed by a clause or phrase as topic introduced by an optional nga.Na'īsip baya ni Dyūwil nga ma'āyu 'ini butangan papil nga 'inang kagilak.It was probably thought by Joel that this is that onto which it would be good to put that shiny paper.naka'īsipLumīgad 'ang pila ka tū'ig naka'īsip sina Rubin nga mabālik sa 'inda lugar.[After] several years, the Ruben family decided that they would return to their place.

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