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v. delay awhile. Muangan-ángan ku ug pila ka minútu, I will wait for a few minutes more. Angan-angána (angan-angáni, iangan-ángan) ang ímung paglarga, Put off your departure.
n. string bean
a. bronze color of pigs, brownish green color of army blankets or cloth of similar color. -an(←) n. gold. Mahalun nga batu ang buláwan, Gold is a precious stone; v. become gold. paN-an(←) v. be like gold. -ánun a. 1. golden in color; 2. noble, golden in value. Bulawánun ang ákung tingúhà nímu, I have only noble intentions toward you.
v. toss, throw something lightly. Nabuak ang plátu kay gibuntaw man lang, The plate was smashed because he just threw it down; 2. address an older person without his usual title of respect. Ayaw ibuntaw íyang ngálan. Tawga siyag manang, Don’t just call her by her name. Call her ‘big sister’. paN- v. go hook and line fishing, usually in the shallow part of the sea; n. hook and line fishing.
a. rolling land; hilly, but not having a steep angle of elevation; v. be, become rolling. Muhanayhay ang bungtud áning dapíta, The countryside becomes rolling at this point. Naghanayhay nga dálan nga dílì kápuyng laktun, A trail that rises slowly and not tiring to walk over.
v. 1. make a hole to sow seeds in. Ang bakilid hasukan kay dílì man madáru, They will make holes for the seeds in the hillside because you cannot plow it. 2. insert something into a hole or sheath. Muhasuk ka gánì sa sundang mu sa sakuban ayawg itipas, Be careful when you sheathe your bolo. Anhà ihasuk ang halígi sa ímung gilúngag, Plant the post in the hole which you dug; 3. drive the stakes or pegs. Hasuki ang mga tanum arun dì matumba, Place stakes near the plants so they will not fall over; n. 1a. dibble stick; 1b. hole dibbled in the ground to sow seeds in. 1c. action of making a hole; 2. peg, stake.
v. 1. raise the eyebrows. Miiknat (naiknat) ang kílay sa táwu tungud sa túmang kahibū́ng, The man raised his eyebrows in bewilderment; 2. see ínat; 3. stitch wrinkles into a piece of cloth. Ayawg iknáta (iiknat) pagtahì ang panaptun, Don’t stitch the cloth in such a way that it becomes wrinkled; a. stitched with wrinkles.
a. for food to be tough and hard to break but flexible; v. come out tough, become tough. Mukínut (makínut) ang sitsarun ug dílì isulud ug sirádu, Pork rinds get tough and lose their crispness if you don’t keep them in a jar.
n. Chlorox, solution for bleaching clothes; v. apply Chlorox to something.
n. kind of brown seaweed that grows rooted, with small nodules scattered over its branches. It is hung on plants to rid them of worms.
v. appear, show up. Wà mutim-aw (mupatim-aw) ang nubya kay gitában, The bride didn’t show up because someone eloped with her. Wà siya tim-áwa sa íyang dít, Her date didn’t show up to get her.
see utru, 1 (female).
n. shape of one’s body (slang—word play on katawan, Tagalog for ‘body’). Mau nay wangkata. Pambátug banggà, My! What a body! A sure winner in a beauty contest!
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