n. 1. wedding; 2. taking of vows by a nun; v. 1. officiate marriage rites. Ang misiyun mukasal sa mga magtiáyung mansibádu, The missionary priest will marry the common-law couples. Daghan ang kaslun basta Hunyu, Many people get married in the month of June; 2. for a nun to take her final vows. Gikasal na ang madri, The nun has taken her final vows. (←) n. intense wedding activity. pa- v. marry someone Kinahanglang mupakasal siya nímu kay burus ka, He should marry you because you’re pregnant. Íyang gipakaslan ang babáying íyang napaangkan, He married the woman who had borne him a child out of wedlock. Ipakasal nà sila, Have them get married. kasádu 1. having gone through a marriage ceremony. Mansibádu ang ákung ginikánan kay dílì kasádu (kinasal), My parents are common-law husband and wife. They have not been married; 2. married, as opposed to divorced or single. -in- see kasádu, 1. kaslunun, kalaslun n. someone about to be married. kasamintu, kasamyintu n. state of being officially married. Ang kasamintu dílì garantíya sa malipáyung panagpúyù, It’s no guarantee that you will be happy living together, just because you have been officially married.