lapaw1<Not Sure>1.1vi., vtFor water to rise, come up and overflow a boundary, flowing into structures or submerging bridges.Mga pamagio lalapaw tang talsi ong kabantol-bantolan.Whenever there's a typhoon the ocean comes up and overflows into the grove of thorn trees.Linapawan tang tolay tang bā animan indio naolik.The bridge was submerged in the floodwaters therefore I was not able to go home.2vi., vt2.1To grow taller than someone else; to be higher than something else.Lapawana ra tang ana mo, sigoro may toroblien na ang alalawig.Your child has already grown taller than you, maybe he inherited his height from someone.Ang ibabawen nira ay lalapaw da ong taw.Their weeds are already taller than people.

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