1. when in fact, actually. Gwápa kaáyu, labun hugawan diay, She is beautiful, but actually she has dirty habits; 2. — kay anyway, (so-and-so) is OK. In any case ... Musugut sad kug dílì ta mangadtu, labun kay daghan ku ug trabáhu, It would be all right with me if we don’t go there. Anyway, I have lots of work to do. 3. while, to take advantage of a situation. Manan-aw tag sini labun daghan pa kug kwarta, Let’s go see a movie while I still have lots of money. (→) v. be more prevalent. Maglabun ang sulti kay sa búhat, There is more talk than action. -ay(←), si-, si-(←) see labun, 1. pa- v. be partial, have preference for. Nagpalabun si Albin sa pagkatúlug kay sa pagsuruysúruy, Alvin would rather sleep than go around. Palabunun kung mag-inusára kay sa magminyù nga maglisudlisud, I’d rather be alone than marry and be financially hard up. Ákù ning ipalabun ang dakung páhat sa tigúlang, I’ll give the old woman the bigger share.