1. depending on, in accordance with. Ang gidak-ung palitun kumpurmi lang sa sukud, The size to buy depends on her measurements. ‘Unsay ákung ihátag nímu?’—‘Aw, kumpurmi lang,’ ‘What shall I give you?’—‘Oh, it depends on you (whatever you have).’ 1a. according to what is necessary. Nanghípus na sila sa ílang mga kumpurmi lang nga dad-unun, They were packing whatever it was that they used to take. Isigbáyad sila kumpurmi sa ílang nakúhà, Each one paid according to the amount he had borrowed; 1b. whatever happens to be at hand, whatever comes into the head. Kumpurmi lay pangayúun ning batáa, This child asks for whatever enters his head. Kumpurmi sa íyang makítà íyang palitun, He buys whatever he sees. 1b1. different kinds or sorts. Kumpurmi lang ang ílang gipamalit sa Karbun, They bought all different things in the market. 1b2. nanimáhung — an odor to be so foul that words cannot describe it (lit. smells like anything and everything bad). 2. be in agreement. Bisag kaáway ta apan kumpurmi ku sa ímung idíya, We may be enemies, but I agree with your ideas. Kumpurmi ka ba nga sa Sabadu na lang ta mangadtu? Is it all right with you if we go on Saturday instead? 3. same as. Unsa ka dakù ang lungag nga tamnan ug ságing? Kumpurmi sa tamnan ug lubi, How large a hole do we make for planting bananas? The same size as the hole for planting coconut trees. ‘Pila ka mitrus nga panaptun ang ímung palitun?’—‘Kumpurmi sa imúha,’ ‘How many meters of cloth will you buy?’—‘The same as what you buy.’ 4. now look who’s talking. ‘Túa ag kawatan!’—‘Kumpurmi lag kinsay nadakpan,’ ‘There you are, you thief!’—‘Look who’s talking? Who was arrested, anyway, me or you?’ Unsay dakug káun? Kumpurmig kinsay nakahurut ug usa ka bandihádu nátù! What do you mean eating too much! Look which one of us finished a whole platter off? v. be agreeable. Ang mga táwu nga dílì mukumpurmi sa súgù silútan, Whoever doesn’t agree to follow the orders will be punished. Wà siya mukumpurmi sa plánu, He was not agreeable to the plan.