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ugab2unspec. var.hugab2nThe hard inner shell of the coconut.Hipagdungul namu' kāyu in ugab.We use coconut shells for fuel for the fire.ptniyug
ugamnSimple stomatitis (characterized by formation of tiny ulcers on the mucosa of the mouth).Di' makakaun in bata' marayaw sabab awn ugam niya.The child can't eat well because he has stomatitis.vST pat -un.To be or become afflicted with stomatitis.Magtangis sadja in bata' iyuugam.The child who has stomatitis just keeps crying.ugam pasu'comp.Severe stomatitis.
ugamnSimple stomatitis (characterized by formation of tiny ulcers on the mucosa of the mouth).Di' makakaun in bata' marayaw sabab awn ugam niya.The child can't eat well because he has stomatitis.vST pat -un.To be or become afflicted with stomatitis.Magtangis sadja in bata' iyuugam.The child who has stomatitis just keeps crying.ugam pasu'comp.Severe stomatitis.
ugangannParent-in-law, son or daughter-in-law.Siya in ugangan ku usug.He is my father-in-law.vag mag-, -um-, mang-; pat -un.To be or come to be in an in-law relationship (with someone of the next higher or lower generation), take (someone) as a parent-in-law or daughter-in-law.Di' aku mabaya' mag'ugangan kaniya.I don't want to be in an in-law relationship with him.ptbāi iras ipag
ugatnVein, nerve, artery, fiber of the body, tendon.Naglalantup in ugat niya ha bi'tis.The veins of his lower leg are prominent (lit. floating).
ugbusnSprout (of a plant).Ayaw pagkawaa in ugbus sin kangkung.Don't get the kangkong sprouts.vAR ag mag-, -um-; ran -an.To sprout.Masuuk na mag'ugbus in panggi' bagun.The sweet potatoes are about to sprout.vran -an.To remove the new shoots (from a plant).Ugbusan ku in lara, supaya awn masayul ta.I'll remove the new shoots from the peppers so that we can have vegetables.ptbukul saha' pangtusan
ugisnAn albino person.Landu' in puti sin pais sin ugis.The skin of an albino person is overly white.
ugtu suga2nNoontime, midday (when the sun is at its zenith).Ugtu suga na kami nakapagkaun.We had our lunch at noontime.ptmataas suga2
ugudnImpetigo, other open sores (characterized by the appearance of a number of small pus-filled blisters on the skin).Tampuli in ugud mu bat di' tapuan pikut.Cover your sores so the flies won't light on them.vST pat -un.To become infected with sores.Ugurun kaw bang kaw magpanayam ha pisak yan.You'll get sores if you play in the mud.adjmaugudCovered with sores.Maugud in bata'-bata' ha bāy yan.The children in that house are covered with sores.
ugud lugaynDermatitis, scabies, etc.Malugay mag'uli in ugud lugay.It takes a long time to get better from scabies.
uha'nCrumbs.Īgi in uha' ha lāy.Scrape the crumbs off the plate.vST ag mag-; ran -an.To leave lots of crumbs (after eating).Ayaw mu usala in pinggan uhaan.Don't use a bowl that has lots of crumbs left on it.ptkapin tuwa'
ūha'unspec. var.ūhayintjHey there! (an exclamation of greeting).Uha' maunu-unu kamu?Hey there! How are you?
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ū1nHead.Dakula' in ū sin bata'-bata dayn ha kapag'anak kaniya.The child's head has been big from its birth.6ūan1der.n1A pillow.2The leader (of a group).Hi Abdul in ngān sin ū sin manga tau mangi' ha gimba.Abdul is the name of the leader of the bandits in the interior.ūhan1der.nThe position associated with the human head, the chief, leader (of a group).
ūhan21nThe position associated with the human head; tip, top, or front part (of something).Biyutang niya ha ūhan in kitab.He placed the religious book at the head.Tiyaw' ku in sīn ha ūhan kantil.I keep the money at the head of the bed.vag mag-, -um-.To have (one's) head or the front (of something) facing (a certain way).Bang kita matūg, marayaw bang kita mag'ūhan pa subangan.When we sleep, it's good if we have our heads to the east.2nThe chief or leader (of a group).vag mag-, -um-; ran -an.To act as head or chief (of a group).Ikaw in mag'ūhan ha manga bata' iskul ini.You'll be the head of this group of students.npag'ūhananLeadership, headship.over-synnakura'
uhawnThirst.Yari in tubig hipag'ubat sin uhaw mu.Here's water to quench your thirst.vpat -un.To be or become thirsty.Iyuhaw aku.I am thirsty.synlanggang
ujul2fr. var.udjul2nMisfortune, sorrow.
ūk1vCH 1 ag mag-, -um-; pat -un.To cut, penetrate, prick (with a blade pointed instrument or teeth).Di' makaūk in laring niya.This knife can't cut.Di' siya ūkun sin punglu'.He isn't penetrated by (i.e., is invulnerable to) bullets.2adj, advmaūk(With atud), intent(ly) and piercing(ly).Mayta' maūk in pangatud mu kāku'?Why do you look piercingly at me?ptpatung2*pandang
ukab1adjOpen, about to open.Ukab in tandawan.The windows are open.Ukab in tinda?Is the store open?vag mag-, -um-; pat -un.To open (something).Ukaba in lawang.Open the door.over-syn*ukay nuukabAn opener (for bottles, cans, etc.).Dahā in uukab mital yan mari.Bring that can opener here.2vag mag-, -um-; pat -un.(For a class, business, etc.) to begin (such).Ku'nu mag'ukab in iskul?When does school start?
*ukamvag mang-; pat -un; ran pang--an.Iyukam is not used. No difference in meaning between -un and pang-...-an.To charm (a person or animal) so that he/it becomes very weak and (usu.) sleeps soundly (or if awake, becomes unable to speak).Maingat in sugarul mangukam, hangkan nakasūd pa lawm bāy way kiyasayuhan.The thief knows how to charm people to sleep soundly, that's why he got into the house without being detected.Piyangukaman sin sugarul in jaga, hangkan natakaw in alta' ha buriga.The thief charmed the guard to sleep soundly, that's why the goods in the warehouse were stolen.
*ukatunspec. var.uknat1vtag mag-, -um-; pat -un.To remove (something from something else to which it was previously joined).Ukata in digpi' bakas ku liyansang ha dingding.Remove the board that I nailed to the wall.viST pat -um-, ma-.(For something sticking on something else) to come off, get separated or detached.Naukat in pād sin tawmpa' niya.The sole of her shoe came off.over-synaknit2vag mag-, -um-.To part company, cease to associate with, withdraw, secede, separate.Ukat na kaw dayn ha manga panun mu.Separate yourself from your buddies.Imukat na aku dayn ha parhimpunan.I parted from the organization.Mabaya' in manga Muslim umukat dayn ha hula' Pilipinas.The Muslims want to secede from the Republic of the Philippines.ptbutas
*ukayvag mag-, -um-;; -un; ran -an.patvTo open and examine (something, as a container, drawer, etc., open (something for inspection).Ukayun sa yan in pamutus mu ha jambatan.Your baggage will be opened and examined at the wharf.Subay ukayan asal in saub sin manga labban sabab bisitahun sin sundalu.The covers of the cardboard boxes should be opened beforehand because the soldiers will search them.over-synukab
ukkilnCarving.Malingkat in ukkil sin sunduk yaun.The carving on that grave marker is beautiful.vAR ag mag-, -um-; ran -an.To carve or engrave a design (on something).Samal in maingat mag'ukkil sakayan.Samals are the ones who know how to carve designs on canoes.nmag'uukkilA carver.