kūyangadjthe amount of something or the number of people or things is inadequateMidyu 'aku ginahadlūkan magsakay kay kargādu kag kadāmu' pa 'ang tāwu nga masakay; kūyang ngāni' 'ang tihīras.I was somewhat afraid to ride because of the cargo [was extensive] and there were many passengers; the cots were certainly inadequate.vThe amount of something or the number of people or things become inadequate.kakuyangannthe inadequacy of the amount of something or the number of people or things'Adtung babāyi hay gasakit 'ang 'ūyu tungud sa kakuyangan nang katuyugun.That woman has a headache because of inadequacy of sleep.nagakūyangNang nagdāmu' na 'ākun sūki', nagakūyang 'ang 'ākun lūtu'.When my regular customers became many, my cooking became inadequate.nagakuyangkūyang'Ang manga dulsi ni Mīsis Balaw, hay gakuyangkūyang sa manga tāwu.As for the candies of Mrs. Balaw, [they] are becoming completely inadequate for the people.

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