- May sumpong - the person has, currently, a temperament problem that may last for a while
- Sinusumpong - present participle form, or the person is currently not in good mood and doing tantrums
- Sinusumpong ng (asthma, or any other illness) - the person is not in good mood because of a recurring illness, say, asthma or any other illness.
- Susumpungin - future tense of the word, usually an affectionate threat.
- Sumpungan - meet the person head-on
- Sumpungin - (accent on the second syllable) a humorous adjective that refers to frequent moodiness or temperament problems.
- Pasumpong-sumpong - a disease or an illness, such as allergy, that happens once in a while and quite unpredictable
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