v. 1. confuse, be confused. Naglíbug kug diin nákù ikabutang ang kwintas, I’m at a loss to figure out where I could have put my necklace. Ay kug tudlúi. Naglíbug ka lang nákù, Don’t try to teach me. You are just confusing me. 2. cause someone to go crazy through supernatural means or from natural causes. Ang mga kalakíhan makamaung mulíbug (mupalíbug) sa úlu sa táwu, People who possess supernatural powers can make people insane; 3. make the rounds, attending to each and every member of a group or assemblage. Akuy naglíbug ug kík sa mga bisíta, I was the one who passed the cake around to the visitors. Libúga (libga) pagpangutána ang tanang mitambung sa míting, Ask each and every one who attended the meeting; a. perplexing. Líbug kaáyu ning prublimáha, This is a perplexing problem. (→) n. 1. fuss or ado about something Way daghang libug mikúut siyag kwarta unyà gibayran ang manunúkut, Without much ado he took the money out of his pocket and paid the bill collector; 2. be of mixed blood. Libug kining batáa. Ang amahan Pilipínu ug ang ínahan Amirkána, This child is of mixed blood. The father is a Filipino and the mother an American. -an(→), libgánun a. prone to get confused. Libugan (libgánun) kaáyu siya kay húmuk ra mawálà bisan sa kinasayunang iksplikasiyun, She easily gets confused because she gets lost with the easiest of explanations. -ay(→) n. kind of work bee wherein the members work for each other in turn and each member repays the people who worked for him with an equivalent amount of work; v. hold this sort of work bee. ka- n. confusion. ka-an, ka-an(→) n. a crossbreed or person of mixed blood. Ang anay pulantsína ug ang butakal dyirsi. Ang mga baktin kalibugan na, The sow is a Poland China variety and the boar a Jersey. The offspring are a crossbreed; v. become a crossbreed. maka-r- a. causing confusion.