v. 1. go behind something Ang kawatan miliput sa usang balay ug nawálà, The thief ducked in back of the next house and disappeared. Maigù untà ku sa batu ug wà pa ku makaliput sa baril, I would have been hit with a stone if I had not ducked behind a barrel; 2. catch something by going the other way. Lingawa siya kay muliput ku sa píkas arun ákung sakpan, Hold his attention because I will go the other way around so I can catch him. (←) v. 1. doublecross, betray. Ug mangispíya ka pára sa píkas, naglíput ka sa átung násud, If you do espionage work for the other side, you are betraying our country; 2. fight unfairly by doing something treacherous or taking unfair advantage. Gilipútan siyag dugmak sa luyu, someone treacherously stabbed him in the back; n. treachery. pa-, pa-(←) ug pusta v. secretly place a bet on the opposing cock (instead of one’s own) or simply bet on an opposing cock in addition to one’s own. ma-un(←) a. treacherous, traitorous. paN- see líput, n. ka-an n. anus (euphemism).
n. kind of ray.