n. 1. something that makes something unpleasant easier to bear. Bug-at ning trabahúa apan kunsuylu sab ning magswildu tag sayu, The work is hard, but one thing that makes it easier to bear is that we are paid early; 2. improvement, a happy sign in something that had been distressing. Sukad siya madapati sa tambal, may kunsuylu na ang íyang pangláwas, Since she has been taking that medicine, there has been an improvement in her health; 3. situation that provokes enjoyment, fun. Wà tay kunsuylu áning tindahánang magpalit kay púlus magmug-ut ang mga tindíra, We get no pleasure in buying in that store because the salesgirls are all unfriendly; 4. advantageous. Kunsuylu ning may awtu kay dílì lisud sa pagpaúlì, It is an advantage to have a car because it is no problem to get home; v. 1. give consolation, make something easier to bear. Bísag sulat makakunsuylu na kaáyu sa kamíngaw ku kanímu, A letter from you would be enough to console me in my loneliness for you. Pabakasyuna siya pára ikunsuylu sa íyang kapakyásan sa burd, Give him a vacation to give him solace and comfort after his frustration in the board exams; 2. for a situation to provoke excitement, delight. Mukunsuylu ang dúwà ug payitpáyit ang tím, A game gets more fun if the teams are equally good. pa- v. give consolation; n. something which can give consolation.