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agayup 1comm. a charm carried by boys to attract girls, may be a house-lizard, female hair, or special grass that has been blessed. Waday agayup nah uppig Tuguinay. Tuguinay has a charm in his bag. Sim: kodla, kiwil. (sem. domains: 4.9.4 - Miracle, supernatural power.) 2trans. to make use of a charm. ‑on/‑in‑.

kiwil₂ comm. an amulet. [This amulet is believed to be the tooth of the lightning. When lightning strikes a tree and splits the tree, people look for the tooth along the cracked section of the tree.] Sim: kodla, agayup; Sim: bob-an di kidul. (sem. domains: 4.9.4 - Miracle, supernatural power.)

kodla comm. an amulet stone; a charm stone. An kulugom di kodla? Do you believe in stone amulets? Binalabog Pedro hi Juan mu ugge niptok te waday kodlan Juan. Pedro threw the spear at Juan but it didn’t hit him because he has an amulet. Sim: kiwil, agayup. (sem. domains: 4.9.4 - Miracle, supernatural power.)

milagro comm. an event that is believed to be a result of divine intervention; a miracle. Adi kabaelan di tagu an mangat hi milagro. Man is not capable of performing miracles. (sem. domains: 4.9.4 - Miracle, supernatural power.) Language Of Borrowing: Spanish.

pokod trans. refers to the hold that spirits may have on a person’s life. Datuwen bibiyo ya damanan ipkod day tagu. Those bibiyo-spirits can take hold of a person’s life. Hana ken tagun inipkod di bibiyo ya mundogoh dogon adi maagahan di doktor. And a person whose life is held by a bibiyo-spirit gets sick with an illness that cannot be cured by a doctor’s prescription. i‑/ini‑. 3I Direct an action toward an object. (sem. domains: 4.9.4 - Miracle, supernatural power.)