v. 1. be surprised, mystified at something unexpected. Natingála ku sa íyang pagkausab, It surprised me at how he had changed. Gikatingad-an ang butu sa laburaturyu, People were mystified by the explosion in the lab. Dì ikatingála ang íyang pagdaug, It’s not amazing that he won; 2. for one’s body processes or health to be upset from being subjected to something to which one is not accustomed. Naningála ang ákung tiyan sa pagkáun ug nangkà, The jackfruit upset my stomach. Natingála ang íyang láwas sa kabugnaw sa irkundisyunir, His body can’t seem to adjust to the air conditioner. paN-(→), paN- v. 1. see tingála, 2. 2. be ill at ease from being new to something Naningala ku áning bag-ung kambiyu, I find it hard to adjust to this new gearshift. ka- n. state of being surprised. katingaláhan n. 1. something mysterious, wondrous. Katingaláhan ang búhat sa Diyus, God’s ways are wondrous; 2. enchanted, with magical power. Pangáyù bisan unsa sa katingaláhang singsing, Wish for anything at all from the magic ring.