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*ukumvag mag-, -um-; ran -an.To keep (something) in one's possession, (for someone) to be under (one's) authority or sovereignty, (for people) to live together.Ayaw na kaw mag'ukum sin unu-unu bukun kaymu.Don't keep in your possession anything that doesn't belong to you.In balu nag'ukum iban sin manga piyamikitan niya.The widow is living together with her in-laws.Ukuman ku in manga piyamikitan ku dī kāku'.I'll let my in-laws live together with me.In hula' Pilipinas bakas iyuukuman sin bangsa Kastila' ha lawm tūnggatus tahun.The Philippines was under the sovereignty of the Spanish nation for three hundred years.nukumanPossession.Ha lawm ukuman niya in katān alta' kiyabīn sin ama' niya.All the property his father left is in his possession.
ukum miliknHousehold, domain, dominion.In katān bata' way pa paghula', ha lawm ukum milik pa sin maas nila.All unmarried children are still in their parents' household.In katān tau marayaw ha lawm ukum milik sin Tuhan.All good people are within God's dominion.
ukuynWeakness (due to sickness).Simūng na in ukuy sin tau ini.This man's weakness is increasing.vST pat mag-, -um-.To become weak.Ka'nu imukuy in bata' ini?When did this child become weak?adjmaukuyWeak (due to sickness).Maukuy in bata' in karā pa uspital.The child was weak when brought to the hospital.pt*lupayover-synlamma lunuk lukmay
ul'ulnThrobbing, continuous pain.Di' ku kasandalan in ul'ul sin pali' ku.I can't stand the throbbing pain in my wound.vact mag-, -um-.To throb with pain.Mag'ul'ul na in hubag bang maray' na mustak.A boil throbs with pain when it's about to burst.adjmaul'ulThrobbingly painful.Maul'ul in pali' ku.My wound is throbbingly painful.
ula-ula2nPretence, kidding, joke.Ayaw kaw magkahagad sin muwi' na siya. Ula-ula niya sa yan.Don't believe him that he's going home. That's just his pretence.ptlangug vag magpa-; pat pa--un.To pretend to be (someone influential, with authority, learned, etc.; derogatory term).Paula-ulahun natu' na siya tau maingat supaya way lingug.Let's let him pretend he's a knowledgeable person so there won't be any trouble.ptbaw'baw'
uladadjA piece, unit, (of something flat, as sheet metal, leaves [esp. tobacco], paper, or cardboard).Bīhi aku hangka-ulad tabaku'.Buy me a piece of compressed tobacco leaf.over-synsulag
*ulakvag mag-, -um-; goal -an.To shout, scream, shriek, shout for (someone).Imulak siya pagkita' niya ha sugarul.She screamed when she saw the burglar.Ulakan ku in bata' ha bangka'.I'll shout for the child in the canoe.over-synsilawak gasud ulang tulik
ulakannA shuttle (in weaving).Di' kita makapaghablun bang way ulakan.We cannot weave if there is no shuttle.
ulalangnPubic hair, pubes.In bata'-bata' wayruun pa ulalang.A child has no pubic hair yet.vST pat -un.To develop pubic hair.Ulalangun in tau bang sumangput na.One will develop pubic hair when he reaches the age of puberty.over-synbahibu bulbul
ulama'ArabicnA scholar in Islam, an authority on Muslim religion and laws.In tau ulama' tantu landu' in ingat.A scholar in Islam is really intelligent.In manga ulama' hipagparā pa hula' dugaing mag'anad.Scholars in Islam are sent abroad to learn.
ulannRain.Makusug in ulan kabii.The rain was strong last night.vnone mag-, -um-; pat -un; ran -an.To rain.Sawk kamu tubig bang umulan.Haul water if it rains.Sūng na ulanun in paghula' ta.Our locality is about to be rained on.Maray' sila yadtu ulanan sabab way kasilungan nila.They will probably be rained on because they have no shelter.ptandahaw over-syntūk-tūk bunuk-bunuk adjpangulan(Of a time of year) rainy.Timpu pangulan bihaun.It's rainy season now.ulan-daut1comp.nHeavy rain.magpaulan sin asin/paulanan in asin.id.To let (one's) past misdeeds or problems be known (esp. those that could cause gossip), hang out (one's) dirty linen (lit. to rain on the salt). See asin, magpaulan sin/paulanan in.
ulannRain.Makusug in ulan kabii.The rain was strong last night.vnone mag-, -um-; pat -un; ran -an.To rain.Sawk kamu tubig bang umulan.Haul water if it rains.Sūng na ulanun in paghula' ta.Our locality is about to be rained on.Maray' sila yadtu ulanan sabab way kasilungan nila.They will probably be rained on because they have no shelter.ptandahaw over-syntūk-tūk bunuk-bunuk adjpangulan(Of a time of year) rainy.Timpu pangulan bihaun.It's rainy season now.ulan-daut1comp.nHeavy rain.magpaulan sin asin/paulanan in asin.id.To let (one's) past misdeeds or problems be known (esp. those that could cause gossip), hang out (one's) dirty linen (lit. to rain on the salt). See asin, magpaulan sin/paulanan in.
ulan-daut2nHeavy rain.vnone mag-.To rain heavily, pour.Nag'ulan-daut kabii, hangkan wala' kami nākari.It was raining heavily last night, and so we didn't come.
ulangnYell.Diyurungug sampay mari in ulang niya.His yell could be heard even here.vag mag-, -um-; goal -an.To yell at (someone).Ayaw mu aku ulangi. Bukun aku bisu.Don't yell at me. I'm not deaf.over-syngasud *ulak
ulangignAn echo.Wala' ku diyungug in ulangig.I didn't hear the echo.vnone mag-, -um-.To echo.Mag'ulangig bang kaw umulak ha lawm gulangan.If you shout in the jungle it will echo.adjmaulangigEchoic.Maulangig in tingug sin agung.The sound of the gong is echoic.ptkatingug2kagingkul
Ulangkaya'nA title given to a minor official during the time of the Sultanate.Hi Bapa' Samman in hīnang Ulangkaya' sin sultan.Uncle Samman is the one who was made officer of the king.ptMaharadja
ulapaynA common cold, catarrh, any disorder with runny nose symptoms.Sīsippun in tau taga ulapay.A person with a cold has a runny nose.vST pat -un.To have a cold, catarrh, develop a cold.Ayaw kaw magpaulan gana-gana ulapayun kaw.Don't go out in the rain, you will catch cold.ptsippun2
ulapidnRheumatism.Hilugi sin ubat ini in bi'tis mu bang awn ulapid mu.Put this medicine on your leg if you have rheumatism.vST pat -un.To develop rheumatism.Ayaw pagbasaa daran in siki mu bang kaw iyuulapid.If you have rheumatism don't keep your foot in water.synrayuma
uldinEnglishnOrder, command (of government officials, etc., but not royalty).Tagaran ta in uldin sin kapitan.We'll wait for the captain's order.vag mag-, -um-; goal -an.To give an order, command.Nag'uldin in mayul sin hipaīg in katān kabāyan dī.The mayor ordered the demolition of all the houses here.over-syntita *manda
uli'2vact -um-.(For an illness or wound) to heal.Di' umuli' in pali' bang mu di' ubatan.The wound will not heal if you don't apply medicine on it.Pauliun niya in sakit mu.He'll cure your sickness (i.e. make it heal).vran ka--an.To be restored to health, get well again (from an illness).Subay kaw minum ubat bat kaw kaulian.You've got to take medicine so you'll get well again.over-syn*dayaw
*uli'1vCV 1 ag mag-, -um-; pat hi-.To return, give back (something).Hiuli' ku mān in būk ha piyagkawaan ku.I'll return the book to where I got it.Di' manjari mag'uli' ha tinda.You can't return what you've bought to the store.ptbalik
ulihan2unspec. var.hulihan2nBehind (as of someone following in a line), last (of a series of things), rear (as in a bus).Ha ulihan ku siya limingkud.He sat behind me.ptduhulant*huli una
ulihimnA phonograph.Masūb in tau gimba dumungug ulihim.The people from the interior are fond of listening to the phonograph.In ulihim tagna' awn pagtabiran.A phonograph in olden times had a winder.
ulinvag mag-, -um-; ran -an.To touch (something) with the hand.Ayaw mu aku ulini.Don't touch me.Bang mu yan ulinan mustak.If you touch that it will explode.ptkaput1 gunggung1