v. 1. sink something Ang maldítu mauy naglúnud sa sakayan nákung papil, The meany sunk my paper boat; 2. — ang puhúnan for capital to get used up. Magkalunud ang puhúnan sa nigusyung way maáyung kwintáda, Business without proper accounting gradually exhausts capital. — ang buwan n. new moon. Hunas run kaáyu kay lúnud ang buwan, We have an extra low tide today; it’s new moon. (→) v. for an illness to settle. It is believed that an illness to get better must come out in hives, rash, or the like, and if it does not do so, it settles, thus becoming worse. Namatay siya kay nalunud (milunud) iyang dáp, He died because his measles didn’t come out. Nabákul siya dihang nalunuran sa íyang buti, He became a cripple after his smallpox sank; a. causing illnesses to sink. Makamatay nang lunud nga hilánat, A fever that sinks can cause death. udtung — ang búwan half moon of the third quarter.
v. 1. put something together with something else which is being processed. Lundi nag bugas ang túbig, Put some rice into the water now. Ilúnud lag ímung bulingun sa ámù nga náa sa wásing masin, Just put your dirty laundry together with ours that’s already in the washing machine; 2. put in money, etc. to a pool. Ilúnud ring ákung bayinti sa ímung pusta, Here’s my twenty pesos to put into your betting pool. — palit n. in cockfighting, a purchase of the cock where the owner is not paid, but the value of the cock is made part of the bet. The purchaser then proceeds to fight the cock. If the cock wins, the owner is paid double the purchase price and the purchaser keeps the cock. If the cock loses the owner is given nothing (since his purchase price was his bet). — pátay a. die-hard, inveterate. Lúnud pátay (lunud pátay) nga Libiral, A die-hard Liberal. -in- n. way of cooking adúbu such that the meat is boiled first and then after it is boiled it is put into the bubbling fat; v. make adúbu in this style.