"Abang" is a word in TAGALOG, ILOKANO, HILIGAYNON, CEBUANO

abang ILOKANO
Definition:

n. rent. v. /-UM-, MANG-:-AN/ to rent. Kayat ko nga abangan ta kariton mo. I want to rent your cart.

abang ILOKANO
Definition:

v. /AG-:-AN/ to wait for (a person, a bus, etc.) in the way. Agabang kayo iti transit. You wait for a transit.

abang ILOKANO
Definition:

v. /-UM-:-AN/ to ambush, waylay; to lie in wait for and attack. Apay nga abangan yo ida? Why are you going to ambush them? --syn. TAMBANG.

abang HILIGAYNON
Definition:

ábang - To take within range or sweep (of
fire, etc.). Sang pagkasúnug sang baláy ni
Fuláno naábang man ang ámon baláy.
When N.N.’s house burned down, our
house also was involved. Kon may súnug
nga malapít sa plása, may katalágman
nga abángon man sang kaláyo ang
simbáhan. If a fire breaks out near the
public square, there is danger that the
church may also come within its
destructive range. (cf. ánas, úmid).

abang CEBUANO
Definition:

ábang v {1} [A2S; b] rent.
Ang usa ka kwartu giabángan sa tigúlang, The old man rents one of the rooms.
{2} [b] hire a prostitute.
{3} [A2; c] make an o?
ering to a supernatural be-ing for the use of land which is thought to be in his possession.
Iábang ni nákung baktína álang sa uma, I will sacrifice this pig as rental for the land.
n {1} rent paid.
Pilay ábang nímu sa libru?
How much rent did you pay for the book?
{2} money paid a prostitute.
{3} toil taken by supernatural beings.
Kad-tung nalumus dinhi ábang kunu tu sa ingkantu, The man who drowned here is said to have been the rent collected by the su-pernatural spirit.
paN- v [A2] patronize a prostitute.
-an() 1, 2, 3 = ábang, n.
{4} haunted place, place where departed spirits take a toll or rent.
Abangan kunu kanang baláya.
Náa giyuy mamatay káda túig, That house is haunted (lit.
has a rental on it).
Each year s.
o.
dies there.
abangan n k.
o.
rattan used as anchor rope for a búbu fish trap.

abang HILIGAYNON
Definition:

abáng - (B) Greediness, avarice, cupidity,
covetousness; to be greedy or desirous of
getting a larger share than others. Indì ka
magpangabáng. Don’t be greedy. (cf.
pangunyádì, hákug, kágud,
panginyáwat).

abang TAGALOG
Definition:

abang
Active Verb: mag-abang
Passive Verb: abangan
Definition: to wait or watch for someone or some vehicle to come by.
Examples: Mag-abang ka ng sasakyan. (Wait for a ride.), active verb. Abangan mo ang sasakyan. (Wait for the vehicle.), passive verb.

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Accumulations LAW AND LEGAL

when an executor or other trustee masses the rents, dividends, and other income which he receives, treats it as a …

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apil CEBUANO

apil a be included. Ang ábang sitinta apil ang sugà, The rent is seventy including light. walay [subject] [subject] is …

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aray-ay ILOKANO

v. /MANG-:-EN/ to tear, e.g. clothes. adj. /(NA-)/ torn, rent. --syn. PIGIS.

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ariba CEBUANO

aríba n a percentage deducted by the operator of a gam-bling game from the proceeds of the winner. Bayri úsà …

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ariya CEBUANO

aríya v {1} [A; b7c1] lower. Ariyáhi ang písì ug dupa, Pay out a fathom of rope. Iaríya (ariyáha) na …

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arkila CEBUANO

arkila v [AN; b] rent. Inarkilahan lang kining baláya, Were just renting this house. n amount of rent. Pilay arkila …

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Arrearages LAW AND LEGAL

r ARREARAGES. Money unpaid at the due time, as rent behind; the remainder due after payment of a part of …

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Avowry LAW AND LEGAL

A pleading in the action of replevin, by which the defendant avows, that is. acknowledges, the taking of the dis-tress …

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Cessavit Per Biennium LAW AND LEGAL

In prac-tice. An obsolete writ, which could formerly have been sued out when the defendant had for two years ceased …

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daku CEBUANO

dakù a {1} big, great. Dakù na ang íyang anak, Her child is grown up now. ug anínu prominent person. …

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dala CEBUANO

dala v {1} [A; a2] take, bring, carry. Magdala ba kug rigálu ngadtu? Shall I bring presents there? Bug-at na …

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Debt LAW AND LEGAL

A sum of money due by certain and express agreement; as by bond for a determinate sum, a bill or …

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Distress LAW AND LEGAL

The taking a personal chat-tel out of the possession of a wrong-doer Into the custody of the party injured, to …

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Elegit LAW AND LEGAL

(Lat He has chosen.) This is the name, in Engllsh practice, of a writ of execution first given by the …

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Esflees LAW AND LEGAL

An old term for the products which the ground or land yields; as the hay of the meadows, the herbage …

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gastu CEBUANO

gastu v {1} [A2; a] spend money. Nakagastu silag dakù sa dispidída, They spent a large amount of money for …

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Gavelet LAW AND LEGAL

An ancient and special kind of cessavit, used in Kent and London for the recovery of rent, obsolete. The statute …

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gusar CEBUANO

gusar v [A; c1] have s.t. for ones benefit and use. Ang giprindáhan mauy mugusar sa yútà, The holder of …

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hagtuk CEBUANO

hagtuk n loud knocking sound. v [A; c1] {1} produce a loud knocking sound. Naghagtuk ang urasan katulu, The clock …

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hata CEBUANO

hatà v [A; c] feint, make a move to strike, kick, give, or the like, without actually intending to do …

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