a. not being able to taste; v. get to be so one can’t taste a thing. Mukasap ang bàbà basta kahilanatun ta, One loses his sense of taste when there is an incipient fever.
n. a box of matches.
v. load or cock a gun. Nagkasar siyang dáan kay nahadluk siyag hiunhan, He loaded his gun beforehand because he was afraid he would be shot at first. Gikasar níya ang pistúla ug gitan-aw kun dúna bay bála, He cocked his pistol and looked to see if it had bullets in it. kasádu a. for guns to be loaded.
v. put up money for a bet, see someone’s bet. Mukasar kug dusintus. Mudáwat ka? I’ll bet two hundred. Do you accept? Kasdan ku ang ímung mil, I’ll accept your thousand-peso bet. kasádu n. amount put down in a bet. Pilay kasádu ninyu? How much money is involved in the betting? a for a bet to be finalized. Kasádu na. Dì na ta makabakwì, The bet’s been made. We can’t get out of it; v. make it a bet, bet money against each other. Nakigkasádu kug milyunaryu, I bet against a millionaire. Hinúgay nang ímung hambug. Kasadúhun nátù, That’s enough of your big talk. Let’s make it a bet.
v. make noise by splashing water. Wà siyay kuhà kay dinhay nagkásaw, He didn’t make a single catch because someone was splashing.