v. 1. fade. Milubad (nalubad) ang púlu kay gibakhan, The shirt faded because it was bleached in the sun. Nagkalubad ang singsing pansi, The imitation ring is fading; 2. for colors to run. Gilubdan ang putì nga giságul sa dikulur, When the white and the colored clothing were washed together, the colors ran onto the white cloth; 3. for feelings, traits, etc. to fade. Ang panahun makapalubad (makalubad) sa panaghigalaay, Time can make a friendship fade; 3a. change one’s mind, cause someone to do so. Dì giyud siya maglubad sa íyang hukum, He never changes his decisions. Milubad (nalubad) ang íyang hunàhúnà pagkabuntag, She changed her mind the following morning; 4. for the voice to break. Ulitáwu ka na kay milubad nag ímung tíngug, You are an adolescent now because your voice has started to break. a faded. Sinínang lubad, A faded shirt. pa- v. shift the topic of conversation. Mipalubad dáyun siya dihang ákù na untang sukmátan, He changed the subject right away when I was about to confront him. lubarun a. of a faded sort. Lubarun na ning pulúha, dáan na man gud, This sport shirt is faded because it is already old.