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nga1ngâTaglex part indeed, reallyOo nga.Yes, indeed.
nga2Cebpart 1subordinate relation . This grammatical particle connects nouns to modifiers and is untranslatable into EnglishIni na drama istorya sin isad na tinedyer nga anghel.This drama is the story of a teenager # angel.2that, which. When this particle connects a phrase to a head word, the particle is translated as a relative pronounNagsabi siya nga magdali ka.He told me that you should hurry up.synna1subordinate relationship
ngalagngaganngalagngáganHlgn palate. Refers to the roof of the mouth
ngalasngalásv [c5] MA-, -ON pat; -AN goalmangalásv be surprised, be astoundedNangalas ako san barita na nagtabad si Lucy kag si Roberto.I was-surprised at-the news that Lucy and Roberto had-eloped.pangalásonv PA-..-ON pat; PA-..-AN goal. be surprisedGinpangalas kami san ginsabi san mga babayi.We were-surprised by-what the women said.makangangalásadj wonderfulAn magbuhay sin patay makangangalas na himo.The reviving of-a dead-person is a wonderful deed.cfawa2 ngarat ngawa ugmadmarvelsynusa2
ngangangangáCebv [c9] MAG-, MAKA- ag; I- patmakangangáv can open the mouthNano kay dili ka makanganga?Why can you not open-your-mouth?magngangáv open the mouthAn ba-ba ni Cage naganganga kun nagahuy-ab.The mouth of Cage opens when he-yawns.ingangáv be openedInganga mo sin maayo ina na imo ba-ba.That mouth of-yours will-be-opened well by-you.pagngangán mouth openingDaku-dako an iya pagnganga.His mouth-opening was-very-big.
ngangolngángoladj MA-mangángoladj dull (blade)Mangangol an imo sundang. Baida ina.Your bolo is dull. Sharpen it.pagkangángoln dullnessGrabi an pagkangangol san imo sundang.The dullness of your bolo is awful.magngángolv [c2] MAG- exp. become dullNagangangol na an akon gunting.My sissors are-becoming-dull already.anttarom sharp
nganingánìlex part indeed, certainly, surely. Also means please, so, really, truly, in factAmo ngani ina an gusto ko sabihon.That is certainly what I mean.synnga1indeed
nganyangányaexclam part for example ; example, for...; for exampleSaka nganya kun Domingo, dili kami magakaon kay magasimba.So-then for-example on Sunday, we will not eat because we will-go-to-church.
nganyongányov [c14] MAI- patVariantingganyoenticementmàingányov motivate, persuade, alertAn nagapadalagan san layi dapat mainganyo na makita ini na problema.The-ones enforcing the law must be-persuaded to-see this problem.
ngarahabngaráhabadj open mouthed, with wide open mouthAn pagtawa niya ngarahab.Her laughing was with-wide-open-mouth.magngaráhabv [c7] MAG- act; -AN goal; I- acc. wailNagngarahab siya sa iya pagtangis kay namatay an iya amigo.She wailed because her male-friend had-died.ingaráhabv shout the speech. Refers to making the speech, laugh, or cry loudIngarahab mo an imo pagsurmaton agod mabatian san sa harayo.You shout your speech so-that those-at-a distance can-hear.cfhitik
ngaranngárann nameJuan an iya ngaran.Juan is his name.ngaránanv be namedNgangaranan ko siya sin Alicia.She will-be-named Alicia by-me.magngáranv [c7] MAG- ag; -AN goal; I- acc. name somethingIkaw an magangaran san tanan na munisipyo didi sa Masbate.You are-the-one-who will-name all the towns here in Masbate.
ngaratngáratv [c3] MA- exp; -AN patmangáratv amaze, surprise, bewilderMangangarat an mga katawuhan sa pag-abot ni Pilar.The people will-be-surprised at Pilar's arrival.Nangarat sinda tanan.They all were-surprised.cfngawa ngalas synawa2 amazepagkangáratn surpriseGrabi an inda pagkangarat.There surprise was-great.cfugmadmarvelsynusa2
ngawangáwaadj MAKA-makangangáwaadj wonderfulDili naton malabawan an makangangawa na himo san Dios.We cannot surpass the wonderful work of God.mangáwav [c4] MA- exp; -ON pat. become surprisedNangawa siya san akon pag-abot.He was-surprised at my arrival.pagkangáwan surprise, wonderWara ko mangnuha an iya pagkangawa san bigla ko na pag-abot.I did not mind her surprise at my sudden arrival.cfugmadmarvelsynngalas surprisengarat surpriseusa2 lasansurprise
ngawitngawítn lipsItikom mo an imo ngawit.Close your lips.synbibiglips
ngay-anngáy-anemph part reallyNano ngayan an dahilan san iya pagbuhi sa trabaho?What really is the cause of his resignation from work?syngalisuprisinglyconj so, therefore, becausesynkay because
ngayongáyòv [c6] MAG- act; -ON pat; I- accingáyòv give to me, hand to me
ngidlisngídlisHlgadj fearful, afraid, repulsivesynhadlok
ngihongíhòv [c2] MAG- expmagngíhòv lose a tooth, extract a toothNagngiho na an ngipon san bata.The tooth of the child was-extracted.ngihôadj toothlessAn babayi ngiho kaya dili nagatawa.The woman is toothless so does-not laugh.syntipôlose a tooth
ngilongilóadj painfully sensitive. This usually results from eating something sour or tart, or from a shrill soundmangilóMA- pat. set teeth on edgeMangilo an ngipon ko kay nagkaon ako sin damo na limonsito.My teeth-are-on-edge because I ate a lot of calimansi.kangilópainfulUdungan na an imo pagbarhag san imo trumpo kay kangilo sa ngipon.Stop your filing of your toy-top because it is painful to-the teeth.
nginaratngináratadj surprisedWara na surumaton an nginarat na abogado.The surprised lawyer had-nothing to-say.cfawa2 ngarat synngalas surprisetingala surpriserasa2
ngingiv whimper
ngiponngíponn toothKulang ka sin usad ka ngipon.You lack one tooth.magngíponv [c7] MAG- act; -AN goal; I- acc. teething, cutting teethNagangipon na ini na bata.This child is-teething already.
ngirhatngírhatadj amazing, fearful, startlingcfugmadmarvelsynawa2 amazengarat amazemangngírhatv [c2] MANG- exp. startle, frightenAn mga tawo mangingirhat san dinaguhob san kadagatan.The people were-frightened by-the rumbling of-the seas.makangingírhatadj astounding, dreadfulkamakangurungírhatadj how awfully fearfulKamakangurungirhat gayod san makastigo san Dios.How really awfully-fearful is the punishment of God.
ngiritngíritBklv [c7] grinAn ido ngirit kun urit.The dog grins when it is angry.magngíritv MAG- act; -AN goal; I- acc. grin, smile, smirkNagngirit siya sa ginsabi mo.He grinned at-what you said.synhiyom smile
ngula1nguláadj mute, dumb. This meaning does not necessarily imply deaf alsoIgwa ako sadto sin katabang na ngula.I once had a helper who was-mute.synapa2 muteutal dumbmanguláv [c2] MA- exp. become mute, become voiceless, become unspeakingNangula an bata san magmasakit sin grabi.The child became-mute after serious illness.

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