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yakalyakáln species of treeShorea astylosa
yam-idyám-idn scornmagyám-idv [c3] MAG- ag; -AN pat. scorn
yamanyámann wealth, riches, treasurekayamánann much wealth, many riches, fortuneIgwa sinda sin ginparatipon na kayamanan.They have much hoarded wealth.magyámanv [c2] MAG- exp. become richSubra na an iya pagtinguha na magyaman.His struggle to-become-rich is very-great already.pagyámann enrichmentMistiryoso an iya pagyaman.How he got rich was-mysterious.mayámanadj rich, wealthy, affluentPobre kami didi pero mayaman sa langit.We-excl are-poor here but rich in heaven.
yamityamítn clothes, garments, clothingKadamo san imo yamit. Ihatag na la sa akon an iba.What-a-lot of clothes you have. Just give some to me.mayamítadj have many clothesKun ako la an mayamit, ipanghatag ko an iba sa wara.If I was-the-one-who has-many-clothes, I would-distribute some to someone-without.yumamítv [c7] UM-, MAG- act; -AN pat; I- acc. have clothes, use clothesYumamit na ako sin pasadi-sadi na klase pero wara gayod makuntintuhi.I already have various kinds of clothes but I am really not satisfied.magyamítv clothe oneselfNagayamit pa ba si Lukas?Is Lukas still clothing himself?yamitánv be clothedKadi na, Felipe, kay yamitan ta ikaw.Come-here now, Felipe, so you will-be-clothed by-me.iyamítv use for clothingIyamit na ina na imo bado kay malakat na kita.Use that dress of-yours to-clothe-yourself so we-incl can-go now.
yamyamyámyamn nightmaremagyámyamv MAG- act. have a nightmare, talk in the sleep
yanayanân now, todayYana magtios ka.Now you will-suffer.
yaobyâobv [c2] MA- patmayàóbv overturn, upset, lie on stomach. Refers to something being overturned, inverted or upset from its normal upright positionNayaob an amon ginasakyan na baruto.Our small passenger canoe overturned.
yarEngn yearNaging maestra ko an akon tiya sa first yar ko sa eskwelahan.My aunt became my teacher in my first year in school.
yardayárdaEngn yard's length. Refers to a measurement of 36 inches
yariyáriv MANG- actHali dida antes igwa sin grabi na mangyari sa imo.get away from there before something terrible happens to you.Dili ta masabi kun san-o mangyayari an aksidente.We cannot say when an accident will-happen.pangyayárin eventHaros tanan na pangyayari sa buhay ko malipay.Almost all the events in my life are-happy.
yasyasyásyasv [c2] MAG- agmagyásyasv trim something smooth with a knife. For example, clean rough spots off of rattan or split bamboo
yatayatâv [c2] MAG- agmagyatâv over cook
yati1yátìSpn evil words, cursingcfyawadevil
yati2yátin yacht
yatotyatótn mouse, ratsyniyatomouse
yawayáwan devil, evil spirit, demoncfyati1evil words
yawyawyáwyawv [c2] MAG- agmagyáwyawv drive away, repel, shoo. As to drive away fliessynabog2 wayway
yayayáyaChn baby sitter, nursemaid
yeloyéloSpn iceyeládoadj iced down, packed in ice. Refers to adding ice to anything to keep it cool
yubityúbitn criticism. Refers to destructive criticism.magyúbitv [c2] MAG- ag. criticize, despise, mockcfyuga-yuga sarcastic ridiculesynlibak criticizetatsar criticize
yudoyúdòn rotten fish
yudyodyúdyodv [c4] MAG- ag; -ON patmagyúdyodv drag, pull, towsynguyod
yuga-yugayuga-yúgàn sarcastic ridiculemagyuga-yúgàv [c2] MAG- act. mockcfyubit criticismsyntuya-tuya
yugoyúgoSpn yoke. Used for two or more animalsMasayon lang darhon an yugo.It is just easy to-carry the yoke.
yugyogyúgyogv [c2] MA- pat; MAKA- actmayúgyogv jiggle, be shaken vigorouslyNayugyog an lugar na ginatiripunan ninda.The place where they were-gathered was-shaken.makayúgyogv able to shakeNakayugyog san duta an iya boses.His voice was-able-to-shake the earth.synuy-og

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