a. 1. heavy for one’s size. Ugdang kaáyu ning batáa bísan gamay, This child is very heavy though he is small. Ugdang ning kasága kay tambuk man, This is a heavy crab because it is fleshy; 2. serious, matured for one’s age. Ugdang na kaáyu siyag nilihukan, She acts mature for her age; 2a. serious in demeanor. Ugdang nga paníngug sa agálun, The master spoke seriously; 3. weighty, full of meaning. Ugdang kaáyu tung buut níyang ipasabut, What she meant to imply had more meaning than would appear on the surface; v. 1. get to be heavy for one’s size; mature, full of meaning; 2. sink into the bottom of water. Miugdang na ang pundu, The anchor has sunk to the bottom. ka- n. weight, seriousness, meaningfulness.