Steinert App Dictionaries/Verbinator/sangs

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sangs

Present: sangs LZ, DS, TC.
Past: sangs LZ, [DS], TC.
Future: sangs LZ, [DS], TC.
Imperative: sangs LZ, DK. - TC.
Involuntary: TC, (Hoshi 2003).
Intransitive: DS, TC.
Resultative of: sangs (Gyurme 1992: 261)
Characteristic Example: mun sgrib sogs LZ.
Meaning: To clear up darkness, gloom, sleep DS. To clean all smells by washing in water TC.

Present: sangs DK, DS, TC.
Past: sangs DK, [DS], TC.
Future: sangs DK, [DS], TC.
Imperative: sangs DK. - TC.
Involuntary: TC, (Hoshi 2003).
Intransitive: DS, TC.
Meaning: To wake up, to give up DK. To clear up darkness, gloom, sleep DS. To become clear (e.g. from sleep) TC.

Present: sangs CD, ND, DK. bsang LZ, DS, TC.
Past: bsangs CD, LZ, ND, DK, DS, TC.bstsangs TC (archaic).
Future: bsang LZ, ND, DK, DS, TC.
Imperative: bsangs LZ. songs ND, TC. bsongs DS.
Voluntary: ND, DS, TC, (Hoshi 2003).
Transitive: DS, TC.
Causative of: sangs (Gyurme 1992: 261)
Characteristic Example: mnol ba sogs LZ.'bags pa ND.
Meaning: To cleanse, to remove CD. To clean or remove filthy matters DK. To purify a smell by pouring water on top of something DS. 1. To purify, discard. 2. To clear away TC.
Note: Compare tshangs.