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palit
to buy
baligya, tinda
to sell
hatag
to give
tunol
to hand over
dala
to bring/carry
kuha
to get/take
luto
to cook
puyo
to reside
buhi
to live
matay
to die
biya
to leave a place
sulod
to enter/go in
tawag
to call
bisita
to visit
biyahe
to travel
tabang
to help
tudlo
to teach
tuon
to study
eskwela
to go to school
pangutana
to ask a question
tubag
to answer
limpyo
to clean
hugas
to wash
lampaso
to scrub
silhig
to sweep
trapo
to wipe
labay
to throw away/pass by
bilin
to leave behind
hulog
to drop
hiwa
to slice
tahal, talinis
to sharpen
pikas
to divide/cut in half
putol
to cut
anhi
to come
dali
to come quickly
adto
to go
dagan
to run
lakaw
to walk
balik
to come back
uli
to return
ampo
to pray
simba
to attend Mass
misa
to celebrate Mass
tuo
to believe
awit, kanta
to sing
sayaw
to dance
hunahuna
to think
bunyag
to baptize
minyo
to get married
kumpisal, sugid
to confess
saulog
to celebrate
andam
to prepare
bahin, ambit
to share
hikap
to touch
lingkod
to sit
tindog
to stand
kaon
to eat
inum
to drink
mata
to wake up
subang
to rise
higda
to lie down
tulug
to sleep
ligo
to take a bath
ulan
to take a shower
pamahaw
(to take) breakfast
paniudto
(to take) lunch
merienda
(to take) snacks
panihapon
(to take) dinner
tan-aw
to watch/look
kita
to see
basa
to read
paminaw, pamati
(to) hear/listen
dungug
to hear
sulti, ingun
to speak/tell/say
sulat
to write
kalos, dibuho
to draw
maneho
to drive
sakay
to ride
sakit
to get sick
hilak
to cry
adorno
to decorate
gusto
to want
pusil
to shoot
salikway
to dis-own/reject
sugod
to start
agi
to pass by
alsa
to lift
ayo
to fix
bantay
to watch/guard
bira
to pull
buhat, himo
to do/make
butang
to put
butyag, tug-an
to reveal
dawat
to accept
gamit
to use
himbis
to scale a fish
hulam
to borrow
ihap
to count
ilis
to change
itsa
to throw
karga
to load
kuskos
to scrape off
panit
to peel
pili
to choose
pintal
to paint
plorwak
to apply floor wax
pundok
to group together
prito
to fry
saad
to promise
sab-it
to hook on
sagul
to mix
sira
to close
abli
to open
sugat
to meet
sugba
to roast
sul-ob
to wear (insert/put on/to fit into)
sumbag
to box (hit with a fist)
tabon
to cover
tago
to hide
tambag
to advise
tigum
to have a meeting
trabaho
to work
tultol
to lead the way (find one's way)
uban
to accompany
waswas
to rinse
bitay
to hang
dugang
to add
kandado
to padlock
lung-ag
to cook in water
tangtang
to unfasten
padulong
bound for
pas-an
to carry on the shoulder
sunog
to burn
abut
to arrive/come
imbitar
to invite
dapit
to attract (attention)
kinahanglan
to need
kat-on
to learn to do
kasabut
to understand
sunod
to follow
sulay
to try
hadlok
to fear
tuman
to obey/fulfill
balaka
to worry (to be concerned)
puli
to substitute
dayg, dayig, dalayig
to praise/admire
tugyan
to entrust/deliver
luwas
to save
tandug
to touch (lightly to disturb)
barug
to stand up
buang
to go crazy
dugay
to take a long time
hinlo
to clear off (clean)
badlong
to admonish (stop doing)
kawat
to steal
human
to be completed
tapus
to be finished
dula
to play
pahulay
to rest
dumot
to hate
higugma
to love
himo
to become (turn into)
lingaw
to entertain/amuse
antus
to suffer/endure
sayop
to make a mistake/be wrong
pasaylo
to forgive
ganahan
to desire/like
gana
to help the appetite/desire
reklamo
to complain
bagulbol
to murmur
abuso
to abuse
pasalamat
to thank
bakak
to lie
bayad
to pay
karga
to charge
apil
to participate/join
giya
to guide
padayon
to continue/go on
hunog
to stop
balhin
to move
patalinghug
(to) listen carefully, (to) heed
sayud
to know (be aware)
hibulong
to wonder at/to be surprised-perplexed at
bangga
to bump
pakpak
to clap
ubo
to cough
gakos
to embrace
gunit
to hold
likso
to jump
sipa
to kick
halok
to kiss
katawa
to laugh
tando
to nod
punit
to pick
tulod
to push
uyog
to shake
singgit
to shout
sagpa
to slap/spank
pahiyom
to smile
puga, lubag
to squeeze
tindak, undak
to stamp
langoy
to swim
salapid, biyo
to twist
latus, hampak
to whip
susi
to look into/check
bisti
to wear