Sugabini ug kamúti ang kan-un, Supplement the rice with sweet potatoes.
It wasn't only the words, it was the way he said it, and the 'ug he gave me at the time.
Butangi ug tulu ka sanduk balas, Put in three shovelfuls of sand.
Nadalispang ug nadakdak, He slipped and fell on his rear end.
ug muhugut ang batingting, mangugat ang magkanta, If the singer strains to reach a high note, his veins stand out prominently.
Jest like Japanese jugglers, a-fanning the bubbles, as would 'ug the ground.
Lukúnga ang alambri ug isang-at, Coil the wire and hang it up.
"Wouldn't 'ug you, young 'un, not for nothing—if it were light enough ter see yer face by," he retorted with heavy wit.
ug dúnay mga bug-at nga buluhatun, muliguy siya, When there are unpleasant things to do, he bugs out.
Their name for ghost is Jeebi, a word rendered plural in ug.