itikadnThought, one’s thinking, attitude.In itikad sin atay unungan ta kaw pa kamatay.My thinking is to die together with you.Mangiꞌ in itikad sin tau ini.This man has a bad thought.Cf.akkal 1pikilanpikil
iting1nAn affectionate term for a little boy (used in reference or address); Sonny.Pakain kaw, Iting?Where are you going, Sonny?Cf.Utuꞌ 1
iting2nThe spine (of certain types of fish or of rays).Mabisa tuud in iting sin kappuꞌ.The spine of a scorpion fish is very painful.Cf.sugud
itumadjBlack (the color).Itum in walnaꞌ sin buling.The color of charcoal is black.adjmaitumBlack, dark.Maitum siya dayn kākuꞌ.He is darker than I.vtCH 1 ag mag-, -um-; pat -un.To blacken (something).Itumun ta in kapatus mu putiꞌ.Let’s blacken your white shoes.viST pat -um-.To become black, dark.Umitum sa yan in dingding sin asu.The wall will surely become black with smoke.Cf.tigidlum
itung1vag mag-, -um-; pat -un.To count.Itungun ku in sīn ku.I will count my money.Itung kaw. Tagnaan dayn ha isa sampay pa hangpuꞌ.You count. Start from one, go up to ten.nitunganComputation, the count, result of counting, tally.In itungan ku sin sīn kayꞌman da.My count of the money was only fifty pesos.Cf.*bista2vag mag-, -um-; pat -un.To consider (something as something).Ītung ku na siya anak ku.I consider him my child.
*iyabanvact/pat mang-.To yawn.Nangiyaban siya sin karuꞌ.He’s yawning from sleepiness.
iyampa1advA very short time ago, for the first time, just now.Iyampa kami dimatung.We just arrived.Iyampa siya nakasakat ariplanu.He has ridden in an airplane for the first time (i.e., it’s his first time to ride).Cf.angay-angay2advJust, only.Iyampa hambuuk in anak namuꞌ.We just have one child yet (but may have more).
iyanvag mag-, -um-, mang-; pat -un.To say (something), talk.Sulay kaw iyan bihān kākuꞌ bang ta kaw diꞌ bagahun.You just try to talk to me like that and I’ll slap your face.Diꞌ sa yan umiyan ikaw in kimawaꞌ sin sīn sabab mabugaꞌ kaymu.He won’t say that you took the money because he is afraid of you.Cf.baytaꞌbichara 1agi 1
*iyanvag mag-.To accept an offer, like or want (something).Diꞌ aku magꞌiyan sin kakanaꞌ dīhil mu kākuꞌ.I don’t want the material that you gave me.Cf.bayaꞌ 1
iyasnMaggots (not yet developed to the large stage).vpat -un.To become infested with maggots.Iyasun in paliꞌ sin sapiꞌ yaun bang katapuan sin pikut.The cow’s wound will become infested with maggots if flies settle on it.Cf.ūdkagaw
*iyutvag mag-, -um-; pat -un.To copulate, have sexual intercourse (vulgar, often used in foul language and cursing.)Cf.*wati