uggadiw (sp. var. ugadiw) 1comm. fish species; tiny, size of the little finger; found in rivers; dark brown; may be cooked in bamboo tube, boiled or fried. [This small fish is part of paraphernalia used in the amung-childbirth ritual.] Mahong-on ipal-it di uggadiw. The uggadiw-fish is delicious when it is put in a bamboo tube and placed near the fire. (sem. domains: - Fish.) 2intrans. to catch uggadiw fish. maN‑.