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dag-u 1intrans. to stop by someone’s residence or business place; drop-by, for a reason, not just to visit. [In Ifugao culture, people may stop by for eating or sleeping or other reasons.] Ahika dumag-uh gattak tun golang. Drop by a store for this baby’s milk. Nundag-uwak hi bale yu handi mu maid ka. I stopped by your house before but you were not there. Deket malpu kad Lagawe ya nundag-u kah tut waday ipaad kun ahim kalyon ke amam. When you come from Lagawe, you come here so I can tell you the message which you are to tell your father. muN‑/nuN‑,‑um‑/‑imm‑. 1C General class. (sem. domains: 4.2.1.4 - Visit.) 2trans. to stop by to leave something or pick up something. Idag-u yu nan ginattang kuh bale. Drop/Leave the things I bought at home. Dag-uwom nan libluk hi balen da Ana. Stop by the house of Ana and get my book. i‑/iN‑, ‑on/‑in‑. der. pundag-uwan

pundag-uwan (der. of dag-u) nom. a house that people use as a place for stopping overnight or eating; a residence that is like a hostel for people traveling through a place. [Hospitality is a high value in the culture.] Hi balen da Mayor di oggan mi pundag-uwan hin ume kamih did Tinok. The mayor’s house is our stopping place (overnighting) if we go to Tinok.

bingay 1comm. share of a harvest of rice grain, fruit, coffee beans, etc. [Usually two-thirds of the produce goes to the owner and one-third to the laborer or tenant. Farm inputs are usually provided by the owner of the land.] Idag-um nan bingay nan kon luta. Drop the share of the landowner. Syn: dowa. (sem. domains: 6.2 - Agriculture, 8.1.6.1 - Part.) 2trans. to give people a share of produce. Bingayon yu nan irik. Divide the lowland rice grain. Biningay da Mara nan page mo. Mara and her side have already divided the rice grain. Maid di mabingay ad uwani. There is nothing to be shared now. Eyak makibingay na inani da. I’m going to have my share of the rice grain that they gathered. Takon di idat yuy bingay ku hanadah ma-ma-idan. You may give my share to those who are poor. Bingayan dakah makan. We will share food with you. ‑on, ‑um‑, ma‑, ‑an. Language Of Borrowing: Ilocano.

hikug 1trans. (prim) to seek shelter. Maid pundag-uhan da Jose ke Maria ot eda mo kattog mihikug nah abung. Joseph and Mary had no place to stay so they sought shelter in a hut/stable. mi‑/ni‑. (sem. domains: 7.2.3 - Move toward something.) 2trans. (fig) to seek help, an extended meaning. Deket maligatan ka, ihikug mun Jesus. Whenever you have hardships, seek shelter in Jesus. i‑/iN‑. 3comm. a shelter especially of last resort. ki‑ ‑an. der. kihikugan

hinulat comm. a torch with kerosene as its fuel. Nundag-u da nah tendaan ot mangapyadah hinulat. They dropped by the store and made a kerosene-torch. (sem. domains: 8.3.3.1.1 - Light source.)

lamang advpred. 1to be unafraid of the possible consequences of an action. Lamang anhan ya nundag-u kat indat mu nan indat dan he-a an nidat ke dida. If only you had been brave and dropped by to have given the thing to be given to them. Manner. (sem. domains: 4.3 - Behavior.) 2to dare to do something risky out of despair, extreme need or importance; to risk. Ilamanganan ume te mundogoh amana. He will risk his life to go because his father is sick. Inlamanganan enangako te naagangan. He risked stealing because he was hungry. i‑ ‑an/iN‑ ‑an.