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*ampupu'vCV 3 ag mag-; pat -un.To carry (something) in both arms (close to the chest).Ampupua in bata'-bata' bat di' mahulug.Carry the child in your arms so he won't fall.pt
amu1adjRight, accurate, true, correct.Bukun amu in hinang mu.You didn't do it right.vpat mag-, -um-; ran ka--an.To be or come out right (-um-, mag-), agree (mag-), be pleased (ka-...-an).Mayta' baha' di' mag'amu in paghinang ku pannyām ini?Why is it that this fried cake I'm making doesn't come out right?Kiyaamuhan aku sin bissara mu.I am pleased with what you say.Makaamu ha pangatayan mu in bayta' ku ini.My news will make your heart right (i.e, satisfy you).over-synbunnal patut
amu2adv(An emphasizer) the very one, the very thing.Sometimes seems to mark something seriously referred to.Amu na siya in bantug mangungubat.He is the very one who is the famous healer.conj(Usu. with in) which, who, that (subordinates what follows to what precedes).In bāy ba'gu hīnang, amu in piyaghulaan nila bihaun, nasunug.The newly built house, which they're living in, was burned.
amu'nA monkey.Masūb magkaun sayng in amu'.Monkeys are fond of eating bananas.4
amutvag -um-; ran -an.To do (something) in quick succession, repeatedly, or frequently.Subay mu amutan in tikang mu bat kaw di' hikabīn.You should make your steps more frequent so you'll not be left behind.adj, advFrequent(ly), repeated(ly).Maamut in pagpangayu' niya sīn.He frequently asks for money.over-synsapat biskay2samut daransigla' sigi-sigiūs-'ūs
-an1suffixsfxVerbal suffix indicating range, goal, or beneficiary (in non-imperative mode), nominal suffix indicating the location of the stem.Lanuan ku na in samin.The mirror is where I'll clean now (i.e., I'll clean the mirror now).Baytaan ku sila sin piyagsulutan ta.I'll tell to them what we agreed about.In buwaran namu' nabugtu'.Our clothesline (lit. place for drying) broke.
-an2suffixsfxImperative marker for verbs that focus the patient with hi-.Bugitan in manga lummi' ini pa dagat.Throw this rubbish into the sea!
anadadjTrained, accustomed to.Anad hi Amina sin hinang lawm bāy.Amina is trained in domestic work.vag mag-; pat -un; ran pag--an.To train, learn; get accustomed to, get in the habit of doing (something).Subay kaw mag'anad maglanguy.You should learn how to swim.Anarun ta kaw magtayp.I'll train you to type.over-synpangadji'
*anagvCH 1 ag mag-; pat -un.To warm or clean (something) by placing near a fire or heat, singe or dry (something) over a flame.Anagun ku in dahun sayng ini.I will singe this banana leaf.Iyanag niya in tamungun niya basa'.He dried his wet clothing over the flame.over-syntapa
anak1.1nA child, offspring (of either humans or animals, kinship term). (anak usug son, anak babai daughter)Pila in anak mu?How many children do you have?vag mag-, -um-; pat hi-, hipag-.To give birth.Mag'anak siya ha bulan hambuuk.She is scheduled to give birth next month.npag'anakanChildbirth.Miyatay siya ha pag'anakan.She died in childbirth.anak-kampung1comp.nRelatives.anak-apu'1comp.nDescendants.Wayruun burus in di' mag'anak.1say.1vThere is no secret that will not come out. (lit. There is no pregnant woman who does not give birth.)2nTo count as (one's) child, (with neg.) to disown (someone).Di' aku mag'anak kaymu bang kaw di' magkahagad kāku'.I'll not count you as my child if you don't obey me.3vInterest (on money).Pila in anak sin sīn ku bang hitaw' ku ha bangku?How much interest does my money get if I keep it in the bank?4(For money) to gain interest; (for a bank, etc.) to give interest.Mag'anak in sīn mu bang mu hitaw' ha bangku.Your money will gain interest if you keep it in the bank.Anakan sin bangku in sīn mu.The bank will give interest on your money.
anak-anakadjVery small (in size).Anak-anak tuud in jawm ini.This needle is very small.over-synasibi' niki'-niki'
anak1.1nA child, offspring (of either humans or animals, kinship term). (anak usug son, anak babai daughter)Pila in anak mu?How many children do you have?vag mag-, -um-; pat hi-, hipag-.To give birth.Mag'anak siya ha bulan hambuuk.She is scheduled to give birth next month.npag'anakanChildbirth.Miyatay siya ha pag'anakan.She died in childbirth.anak-kampung1comp.nRelatives.anak-apu'1comp.nDescendants.Wayruun burus in di' mag'anak.1say.1vThere is no secret that will not come out. (lit. There is no pregnant woman who does not give birth.)2nTo count as (one's) child, (with neg.) to disown (someone).Di' aku mag'anak kaymu bang kaw di' magkahagad kāku'.I'll not count you as my child if you don't obey me.3vInterest (on money).Pila in anak sin sīn ku bang hitaw' ku ha bangku?How much interest does my money get if I keep it in the bank?4(For money) to gain interest; (for a bank, etc.) to give interest.Mag'anak in sīn mu bang mu hitaw' ha bangku.Your money will gain interest if you keep it in the bank.Anakan sin bangku in sīn mu.The bank will give interest on your money.
anak-apu'2nDescendants.vag mag-.To have descendants, live permanently (in a place).Didtu na sa aku ini mag'anak-apu' ha Kutabatu.I'll live permanently there in Cotabato.
anak1.1nA child, offspring (of either humans or animals, kinship term). (anak usug son, anak babai daughter)Pila in anak mu?How many children do you have?vag mag-, -um-; pat hi-, hipag-.To give birth.Mag'anak siya ha bulan hambuuk.She is scheduled to give birth next month.npag'anakanChildbirth.Miyatay siya ha pag'anakan.She died in childbirth.anak-kampung1comp.nRelatives.anak-apu'1comp.nDescendants.Wayruun burus in di' mag'anak.1say.1vThere is no secret that will not come out. (lit. There is no pregnant woman who does not give birth.)2nTo count as (one's) child, (with neg.) to disown (someone).Di' aku mag'anak kaymu bang kaw di' magkahagad kāku'.I'll not count you as my child if you don't obey me.3vInterest (on money).Pila in anak sin sīn ku bang hitaw' ku ha bangku?How much interest does my money get if I keep it in the bank?4(For money) to gain interest; (for a bank, etc.) to give interest.Mag'anak in sīn mu bang mu hitaw' ha bangku.Your money will gain interest if you keep it in the bank.Anakan sin bangku in sīn mu.The bank will give interest on your money.
anak-kampung2nRelatives.Nagpahāti na aku ha katān anak-kampung ku sin yari na aku.I informed all my relatives that I am here.
anakunnA child of one's sibling, child of one's first cousin.Usu. usug is added to indicate nephew if not understood in context and babai to indicate niece.Aku in nagbalanja' ha manga anakun ku usug babai.I am the one supporting my nephews and nieces.vpat mag-.To be related in this way.vag mang-.To claim to be in this relationship with someone, marry the daughter or son of one's cousin (either close or distant).Nanganakun siya kan Fatima'.He married Fatima, his cousin's daughter.
anang1nAn affectionate vocative for a girl.over-syninda'ayang iting12n(cap.) A feminine name.
anaynA termite.A pale-colored, soft-bodied, wood-eating, social insect often very destructive to furniture and wooden structures.In kasūban sin manga anay kaunun amu na in digpi'.The favorite food of the termites is wood.vpat -un.Does not occur with pa2.(For something) to be infested with termites.Anayun in manga būk bang pasāran ha taw'an.The books will be infested with termites if you just leave them in storage.4
anay-anayadvSlowly, carefully.Anay-anay sadja kaw magpanaw.Just walk slowly.Bassa kaw anay-anay.Read slowly.Dagan kaw anay-anay.Run slowly.vag mag-, -um-; pat -un.To go slowly, go carefully.Umanay-anay sadja kita bat kita di' kakitaan.We'll go carefully so we won't be seen.
andadulTagalogunspec. var.andadurnA walker (for a baby to learn to walk on).
andagvag mag-; ran -an.To ask the price (of an item).Andag kaw bang pila in hangka-karut bugas.Ask the price of one sack of rice.Andagi kunu' in halga' sin hangka su'gub buwahan.Please ask the price of a basket of lanzones.over-synasubu
andahawnThe phenomenon of rain and sunshine together.Awn andahaw kahapun.There was sunshine and rain together yesterday.vnone mag-.To be raining and shining at the same time.In pali-palihan sin kamaasan bang mag'andahaw awn tau matay.It is a belief among old people that when there is rain and sunshine together someone will die.
andarunnA small charm or amulet (for a child).Contains a portion of the Koran written on a piece of paper and wrapped up and knotted into a string to be worn around the neck or wrist.In andarun biya' da sin adjimat sa' hipagbutang ha bata'-bata'.An andarun charm is like an adjimat charm except that the andarun charm is put on a child.over-synadjimatanting-anting habay-habay