nuyu2trans1to make-do with what is available in the absence of a preferred thingYa batsikul di payew hu ninunnuyyuan dan inhida ni hanlingguan tep endi edum ni ihida.They had to make-do with snails from the rice-field as their viand for the whole week because there was no other kind of viand. -an2the necessity to accept a condition that is less than what is normal or desirableThe implication in the sentence given here is that in Ifugao, rice is the main staple food and under normal conditions, no one will eat sweet potatoes as their main meal because sweet potatoes are intended for animal food, i.e., for dogs, chickens, ducks and especially pigs. Therefore in this sentence, the family members had to be contented with eating sweet potatoes because there was no more rice to cook. Of course, the Ifugao people do eat sweet potatoes as snacks or as soup. Sweet potatoes are also added to vegetables for viand during a famine when there is a shortage of rice. This also happens when a family has run out of rice and has no money to buy more rice.Ninuyuan dan kinan hu ubi tep endi hu begah ni ihhaeng. They had to be content with eating sweet potatoes because there was no rice to cook.-an/-in- -an