a. deviating from normal or proper actions; 1. off key, out of tune. Dì ku makigdyúwit nímu kay yabag ka, I won’t sing a duet with you because you’re off key. Yabag nga pyánu, A piano that is out of tune; 2. behaving in an improper, strange way. Táwung yabag nga magkamisins simbahan, An eccentric person that attends church in his undershirt; 3. something that is senseless. Yabag nga panagsulti nga wà kuy nasabtan, Conversation that was gibberish and made absolutely no sense. Yabag kaáyu nang paagíha, That method is completely crazy; 4. given to roaming or wandering. Yabag kaáyu nga amahan ug talagsa ras íla, A father given to roaming about and rarely home; v. deviate from normal or proper action: become out of key, improper in behavior, senseless, a wanderer. Muyabag ang íyang sinultihan (kinantahan) ug makainum-inum, He talks nonsense (sings off key) after he has had a little to drink. (←) v. 1. deviate severely from what is proper or normal: be severely out of tune, be hopelessly senseless, completely eccentric or improper, wandering. Nayábag ang inahan pagkasúnug sa ílang balay, The mother went completely crazy when their house burnt down; 2. play a joke on someone Ayawg tuhúi ang íyang gisulti kay nagyábag lang nà siya nímu, Don’t take him seriously. He’s just playing a joke on you; 3. having a great difference of age. Nagkayábag kaáyu ang ílang panuígun, They were very far apart in age. yabagyabag n. actions which deviate from normal or proper conduct; v. engage in this sort of action. Magyabagyabag ka gánì sa ímung pag-iskuyla, dì ka makagraduwar, If you just fool around in your studies, you’ll never graduate. ka-(←) v. see yábag. -un a. of a deviating, abnormal sort.