vsubjectN-#-an, mag-object-anTo make a handle (for a knife).Geykutaˈumagūsanggut.I don’t know how to make a handle for a sickle.Gaˈniyaˈ ngatu daˈakku ngūhan oroˈkun.Nobody wants (me to tell him) to make a handle for my knife.Ūhanun duhungkun.Make a handle for my hoe.
vsubjectN-, mag- (recip.)To kiss s.o.kiss s.o.‘Kissing’ is done with tightly closed lips usually not touching the other person with
the lips but drawing in air through the nose. It is often accompanied by an ‘mmmm’-sound.Ūkku nakanakin.I kiss the child.Magūksiyepeggeˈ behude magkasuwaˈ.They are kissing because they met just now.Geykungūknakanak iyan, iyuˈ gaˈ bakas mandi.I am not going to kiss that child; he did not take a bath.lipunes
vsubjectN-#-anobject-anTo indulge, gratify, satisfy s.o.’s wishes.indulge s.o.’s wishes; gratify s.o.’s wishesIne-ine kabayaˈanne ūtanne dīnen.Whatever he wants he indulges himself.Keniya-keniyasiyengūtan kinabayaˈande.Each one of them indulges their wishes.duhul
vsubjectmag-objectpag-To let s.o. have it his own way, give s.o. free rein.have his way, let s.o.Magūtnesiye magsasaˈin peggeˈgaˈniyaˈ saweˈde nabalsiye.They let the ones fighting have it their way because they don’t have any companions to separate them.Bangsiye magsasaˈ sabalun siye, daˈasiyepagūtun.When they fight restrain them; don’t let them have it their way.