Bolinao - English
naimatawan na-'i-mata-wan From imata Eg: To have observed and thus obeyed something from the very day you were born that you had seen your parents or those around you doing. naimatiryalan na-'i-matir-ya-lan From matiryal Bol: Kagaw'an nan sayay bagay. Tg: Sangkap na ginamit; kagamitan. Io: Materyalis; Aramaten; arawaten . Eg: Materials, what a thing is made of, things needed. naipagod na-'i-pa-god From ipagod Eg: For something to have been staked in the ground. naipaluob na-'i-pa-lu-'ob From luob Eg: For something to happen to be put inside something. nairuma' na-'i-ru-ma' From ruma' Eg: To have place fish traps in position. naiyakir na-'i-ya-kir From ayakir Eg: For slates to be bound together. naka na-ka Cmpd. of na ka Tg: Ka niya. Io: Naka. Eg: he you.sg. naka'ngapan na-ka'ŋa-pan From maka'ngap Eg: were amazed. nakaabrasyiti na-ka-'a-bra-ʃi-ti From abrasyiti nakaadalan na-ka-'a-d`a-lan From adalan Bol: No adti ka nin nakakalap adal. Tg: Makapag-aral. Eg: To be able to learn from something. nakaalasid na-ka-'a-la-sid From alasid Eg: The formation of a process. nakaalipugo na-ka-'a-lipu-go From alipugo Eg: To have the hair up in a knot of some sort to hole it in place. nakaaprak na-ka-'ap-rak From aprak Eg: spread out. nakaator na-ka-'a-tor From ator Eg: able to store. nakaayos na-ka-'a-yos From ayos Tag Eg: To have been put together in an appropriate manner. nakaaysing na-ka-'ay-siŋ From aysing Bol: Nakasulot nin aysing; main nin aysing. Eg: To be dressed in something. Clothed. Cls. syn makasulot siseseket nakababo na-ka-b`a-bo From babo Eg: To be able to have something resting on a surface. nakabakian na-ka-baki-'an From baki' Eg: mission. nakabaklis nakaba-klis From baklis Eg: backless. nakabawtismwan na-ka-baw-tis-mwan From bawtismwan Eg: baptized into something. nakabeneng na-ka-bɘnɘŋ From beneng Eg: bring bolos. nakabisti na-ka-bis-ti From bisti Eg: To be dressed elegantly. nakabitin na-ka-bitin From bitin Eg: To happen to hang. nakabtek na-kab-tɘk From kabtek Eg: are a bundle. nakaburas na-ka-bu-ras From buras 1 Bol: Mamuti nin prutas; Isyay a bikoy mais sa ambuligan. Tg: Pitasin. Io: Puros . Eg: To remove the seeds from its growing position (e.g., corn from the cob, all the guavas from a tree). 2 Eg: Figurative: To knock out someone's teeth.