v. 1. for a quiescent disease to recur, act up. Misugmat na sab ang ákung riyúma, My rheumatism is acting up again; 2. for criminality to recur or be on the rise. Misugmat na usab ang kúut karun, Pickpocketing is on the rise again; n. recurrence of an ailment.
v. 1. for a body to plunge into liquid, as a fly in coconut palm toddy, hot metal in water. Kinsay nagsugmaw sa ákung sapátus sa túbig? Who threw my shoes into the water? Misugmaw ang lángaw sa tubà, The fly plunged into the coconut palm toddy; 2. plunge into something unpleasant. Nasugmaw siya sa mga útang, She plunged herself into debt.
a. dejected, with a slumping body. Sugmuy kaáyung kandidátung napildi, The candidate who lost was quite dejected; v. 1. become crestfallen. Nasugmuy ang ulitáwu kay gibastid, The young man was dejected because he broke up with his girl; 2. be assuaged. Nasugmuy ang ákung kabaláka dihang nakítà ku siya, My worry was relieved when I saw him.
v. 1. set something on fire or touch a flaming brand to it. Ákù na ba ring sugníban ang sagbut? Shall I set fire to the trash? 2. incite someone into action, enthuse someone for something Usa ka suliran nakasugnib nákù sa pagsulat kanímu ning pila ka púlung, A great problem goaded me to write you these few lines. Gisugníban níya ang mga istudiyanti pagdimunstrít, He goaded the students into demonstrating.
n. 1. wood for fuel; 2. fuel for propulsion; v. 1. use something as firewood or fuel. Dílì mi makasugnud ug bunut kay kusug muasu, We cannot use coconut husks as fuel because they give off too much smoke; 1a. use fuel in an engine; 2. add fuel to something to increase the problem. Ang ímung sulti nagsugnud sa ílang áway, Your statement added fuel to their quarrel.