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ādtuʔaad.tuIf a person asks where someone or thing is, and another responds ¥dtu, he is saying it is there present with someone.8.5.3Be at a place8.5.1Here, there
adtu la1ˈʔad.tu laid. ofadtu1thereIf a mother tells some childen playing around the house adtu la, she is telling them to go, now!Command adtu la2ˈʔad.tu laid. ofadtu1thereIf a person inquires if someone has left yet on a trip, and the one asked says, adtu la, the one going on the trip has already started on the trip.Said by s.o. at starting point. adtu niˈʔad.tu ni1there LOC2there onid.aadtu iexists over there (pointing in the direction of)
adun2ˈʔa.duunAdun is also now presently.8.4.5Relative time
adungˈʔa.duŋWakeder.adungun2When a person will adungun they will participate in the feasting and music of the funeral.mag-adungs.o. will participate in a wakemig-adung2When someone will mag-adung they will attend a wake for a dead person. adungun2ˈʔa.duŋder. ofadungWhen a person will adungun they will participate in the feasting and music of the funeral. agad2ʔagadRLkya͡agadansubmitder.agadasubmit; obeyagadenwill submit; obeyka͡agadsubmit; obeyka͡agadansubmit toka͡agadiobey; submit; go along with (cmd)mag-iyagadsomeone will submit to someone else pig-agad3submit; obey agad1ˈʔa.gadAccompanyder.aagadaccompany (cmd)agad-agadan2If a person, being, or animal will agadagadan they will be accompanied by someone or something.agadan3If a person will agadan they will be the one being accompanied by someone or something.agadiaccompany s.o. (used with neg. existential)magad3s.o. will accompanymagpa-agad3If someone magpa-agad they will permit a person to accompany another person or themselves.maka-agad3s.o. will be able to accompanymig-agad-agad2When someone mig-agadagad they go with or accompany somebody somewhere.nyagads.o. accompaniednyaka‑agadsomeone is able to accompanypa-agad3If a person pa-agad they are permitting someone to accompany another person.cause s.o. to accompany (against ones will)pa-agadan3If a someone is pa-agadan they will be the one caused to accompany a person to some place.pagpaka‑agadthe priviledge to be able to accompany someonepig-agadanaccompanied s.o. pig-iyagadaccompanied each other s.wh.pigpa-agad3If something pigpa-agad is being caused to go with or follow along side of someone.pigpa‑agadsomeone is forced to accompany another somewherepyampa-agad3Many people pyampa-agad if they are forced to accompany somebody such as after a raid on a village.unspec. comp. formagad-agadGo with agad-agadˈʔa.ga.ˈda.gadunspec. comp. form ofagad1Go withder.pig-agad-agadanacccompanied s.o. s.wh.
agad-agadan2ˈʔa.ga.ˈda.gadder. ofagad1If a person, being, or animal will agadagadan they will be accompanied by someone or something.7.2.5Accompany
agad‑agad1led on aboutder.magka‑agad‑agadbe led on; be gulible agad‑agad2figgo along with (an idea)Usually used with negative connotations. Said of someone who gets carried along by some scheme, teaching, or lies. agadader. ofagad2submit; obeyWala' mu agada ya sugu' ku.
agadan3ˈʔa.gadder. ofagad1If a person will agadan they will be the one being accompanied by someone or something.7.2.5Accompany
agadender. ofagad2-enwill submit; obey agadider. ofagad1-iaccompany s.o. (used with neg. existential)
agak1ˈʔa.gakLead by pulling the hand.188.8.131.52Guideder.agaken2When a person will agaken someone else they will lead or pull them by the hand. pig-agakled s.o. by the hand
agaken2ˈʔa.gakder. ofagak1-enWhen a person will agaken someone else they will lead or pull them by the hand. 184.108.40.206Guide
agaw3ˈʔa.ga͡oseizeSimpigdulusder. ofdulusder.agawunWhen a person or people agawun they seize something or someone by force or illegal means.iyagawpacked in tight and vying for position (in a crowd)mag-agawayIf somebody is a mag-agaway they raid, conquer, seize, or kidnap other people or their possessions by force.mig-agaw2s.o. seized s.th.mig-agaw1s.o. seizeds.o. seducedmig-iyagaws.o grabs s.th. from each other forcefullynya-agawsomeone seized a place or personpa-agawunIf a people will pa-agawun they will conquer and seize the possessions of their enemy.pag-agawunwill seize s.o.
agawunˈʔa.gawder. ofagaw3When a person or people agawun they seize something or someone by force or illegal means.220.127.116.11Catch, capture
agba'1ʔag.baʔdismantle18.104.22.168Remove, take apartder.agba-en2will dismantle somethingnyagba'come apart (as in a house)pan-agba-anwill dismantle into many piecespig-agba'dismantled s.th.pig‑agba'take something apart