v. break a piece off something at its attachment or edge. Kinsay nagsangì sa sabungánan sa kálù, Who detached the thing to hang the hats on? Dalì ra ning ákung kuku musangì (masangì), My nails break easily.
n. kind of erect, hairy, aromatic herb, widely used as a spice; v. season with sangig.
v. 1. be in the way and hold something in place, snag, catch. Kining tungguytungguy mauy musángit sa pinsúti, This lug is what holds the firing pin back. Kuháa nang mga lipak dihà kay makasángit sa muági. Get those bamboo slats out of there because they might snag people that go by there. Way kasangítan ang antiyúhus kay mubù siyag ilung, The eyeglasses won’t hold because her nose is so short; 2. be delayed by something which ordinarily should not have caused the delay. Naulahi mi kay nasángit mi didtu sa bilyaran, We are late because we were delayed at the pool hall.
a. for the crotch to be too tight. Apíking ilakaw ning karsunísa kay sangkà rag pundíyu, It’s hard to walk in these pants because the crotch is too tight; v. have a crotch that is too tight.
n. a contest matching skill, wit, strength or a quarrel; v. 1. have a contest of strength, wit, skill. Magsangkà tag makatulu. Píhu giyud ug kinsay pildi, We will play it off three times. Then it should be clear who is the loser. Unsa may inyung gikasangkaan? What did you two quarrel about? 2. pair off two contenders in a match. Sangkáun nátù ang átung isig ka sunuy, Let’s pair off our gamecocks.
a. broad, having ample width. Sangkad nga panaptun, Cloth that is of ample width; v. 1. be completely covered with something Ang íyang nawung nasangkad ug bugas, Her face is all covered with pimples; 2. do something to the entire area of something Sangkára ug páhid ug asíti ang káhuy, Smear oil all over the wood; 3. be enough for everybody. Ang lima ka buuk tinápay ni Hisus nakasangkad sa gatusan ka mga táwu, Jesus’ five loaves of bread were enough to feed hundreds of people; 4. have one’s fill of something Nasangkaran sa bunal ang mga bátang nag-áway, The quarreling children got a whipping such that they decided they never wanted to do it again. ka-, gisangkarun, kasangkarun n. width, breadth. Ang lamísa may kasangkad (gisangkarun, kasangkarun) nga duha ka mitru, The table is two meters wide.
(from salangkap) a. complete, having the necessary equipment. Kusína nga sangkap sa galamitun, A kitchen completely equipped. Sangkap kaáyu siya sa pangáyu sa awtu, He is completely equipped to repair cars; v. 1. for equipment to become complete. Ug musangkap na ang balhíbu, ang kuyabug makalupad na, The nestling can fly once he gets his complete feathers. Nasangkap na ang tangu sa bátà, The child has all of his teeth now; 2. equip with needed things. Akuy sangkap nímug galamitun sa pamanday, I will equip you with carpentry tools; 3. see salangkap. ka-an n. equipment, tools. Gihímù ka lang kasangkápan arun mulusut ang kuntrabandu, They are only using you as a tool to smuggle in their goods.