MALAGO' = want
Håfa malago'-mo? What do you want?
Malago' yo' gumimen. I want to drink.
Manmalago' siha manhålom. They want to come in.
Måno i malago'-mo. As you want it.
Ti malago'. S/he doesn't want.
Minalago'. Will, desire.
Taimano i minalago'-mo. According to your will.
Na' malago'. To make want.
Un na' malago' yo' chumocho. You made me want to eat.
An idiomatic use of the word malago' involves a rebuke of someone's unjustified or unreasonable desire or will. If someone asks or wants something judged to be unjustified or unreasonable, one can simply say "Malago'-mo!" to the person asking, or "Malago'-ña!" about the person asking.
Juan : Måma, ilek-ña si Jose na debi di un nå'e gue' ni yaben kareta. (Mom, Jose says you have to give him the car keys).
Måma : Malago'-ña! (So says he! Whatever!)