'ūbavSomeone disrobes, takes off an article worn on the body.'inūbaPag'abut ku sa bayay ni Lukrisya, 'adtu 'ang bāru' ni Lukrisya nga 'inūba, 'imaw 'adtu 'ang ginpaspas ku sa 'iya ka pitu.Upon my arrival at the house of Lucresia, that dress of Lucresia which had been taken off, that was what was used by me for lightly hitting her seven times [during a ceremony for curing sickness].nag'ūbaNakīta' niya nga nag'ūba 'ang tatlu pāra malīgus, kay didtu gali' nga lugar hay paligusan nang tatlu nga babāyi.[It] was seen by him that the three disrobed to bathe because that place was the bathing place of the three ladies.naka'ūbavAn article worn on the body is taken off by someone.Nang naka'ūba na 'aku nang 'ākun tīsirt kag bra, ginbuy'an 'aku hartbit nang duktur.When I was able [with reluctance] to take off my short-sleeved undershirt and brassiere, my heartbeat was taken by the doctor.pagka'ūbati gerafter or upon someone's taking off an article worn on the bodyPagka'ūba ninda nang 'inda suy'ub nga pakpak ginkāmang ni Magbayūtu 'ang pakpak ni Marya kag gintāgu'.Upon their taking off their attached wings, the wings of Mary were carried in crawling by Magbayoto and [they] were kept.

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