agbetSCE.SCEder.agbetenarouse to action; provoke; challengemake a spouse jealous
agbetender. ofagbetV1arouse to action; provoke; challengeunu ya kaliman mayu, agbeten tadun ka' ya pagpangadaway na Pangulu tadun na un kitadun nan pa-emel-emelen?What in your desire, will we provoke the jealousy of our Master so that he can punish us?In Sta. Maria: agiten from Cebuano hagitSimdegdeg1tugbuk12make a spouse jealous
agdang1ˈʔag.daŋSCE.dry; lacking moisture188.8.131.52Dryder.kagdang3If something is not yet kagdang, it is not yet dry.kagdangWhen a woman is said to be kagdang, she is no longer having her periods.kagdanganandry landmagdang2If something is magdang, it contains no more moisture.magdang1If something is nyagdang, it feels dry, no longer wet. magkagdang4If something is magkagdang it is becoming dry.nyakagdangbecame dry
ageng1ˈʔa.gɜŋNa snoring sound that happens when someone breathes through their mouth while lying on their back.2.2.1Breathe, breathder.mag-ageng2When some mag-ageng they are snoring in their sleep.nyageng2low hum of machinery such as a generator
agi2ˈʔa.giRLkya‑agiyan1Vpass throughder.ka‑agiyan2fate; the way one must go in lifemag-agiWhen someone mag-agi they will pass by a place.maka-agi3When something or someone will maka-agi they will pass through such as through a doorway.for a fleeting moment; short timenyagi3When something nyagi it passed through the middle.nyaka‑agiIf time nyaka-agi it has passed by.pa-agiyen3When a person pa-agiyen they will allow somebody to pass through such as a doorway or gate.pig-agiyanpassed through s.wh. on the way s.wh. elseunspec. comp. formkya‑agiyan2place where something passed through
agi3SCE.manner; method of doing thingsder.pa‑agione’s way of doing things; manner
agi1ˈʔa.giSCE.pass byder.agiyagiwaysagiyananAn agi-anan is any passageway; doorway; or any opening which allows the passing through of some object.ka-agihave a way
agikik, agikitʔa.ˈgi.kikn.comm An agikit is a kind of plant whose leaves are used to flavor rice.A plant whose large, long leaves (50 cm) are used to wrap rice when making lulub, a Tagakaulo rice specialty cooked in a tube of tungkayan or laya' bamboo.