ibuga

Tagalog

ibuga (ibinubuga, ibinuga, ibubuga) v., inf. expel



maghamok

Tagalog

(naghahamok, naghamok, maghahamok) v., inf. fight each other hand-to-hand


pag-aakyat

Tagalog

pag-aakyat n. 1. act of carrying something up a height; 2. assumption


pairog

Tagalog

n. indulgence; giving in


pulin

Tagalog

pulin n. roller placed under heavy objects to move them


bayáyat

Cebuano

a. 1. slovenly in dress or appearance; 2. dilapidated, worn-out. Balay nga bayáyat, A dilapidated house; v. 1. get slovenly in dress. Nagkabayáyat na karun ang íyang pamisti nga naminyù na siya, She has become slovenly in her manner of dressing now that she’s married; 2. get worn-out or dilapidated. Mubayáyat (mabayáyat) ang sapátus ug sigíhag sul-ub, The shoes will get all worn-out if you keep wearing them.


n. disgrace


mangobra

Cebuano

collect


pamalag

Cebuano

quest


tistis

Cebuano

jest


hámò

Hiligaynon

To soil, spoil, dirty, defile, tarnish, harm, contaminate (by touch or contact with), make impure, etc. as the food on a plate off which one has eaten. Indì mo paghamóon ang kán-on. Don't touch the rice. Ginhámò níya ang kán-on sa ákon pínggan. He touched the rice on my plate. Indì mo pagihámò ang ímo túdlò sa binahóg. Don't put your finger in the food (mixed on the plate). Iníng dalága nahámò na. This girl has lost her honour. (see hámlò).


palapagô

Hiligaynon

A fishing line, the line to which the fish-hook is attached.


panánglà

Hiligaynon

Freq. of tánglà-to look up (upwards), raise one's eyes, etc. Also: to be on the lookout for, seek, try to obtain or engage (workmen, farm-hands, etc.).


tagíya, tag-íya

Hiligaynon

Owner, proprietor, holder, possessor, master. (see panagíya).


wálwal, wál-wal

Hiligaynon

To hang or bulge out, protrude, project, stick out (of the tongue, of pockets, etc.). Nagawálwal ang íya pányò. His handkerchief is hanging out. Pawalwalá lang ang pinutús. Let the package hang out. (see diwál, kabítkábit, káway, búgway).


brisk

Ilocano

adj. nasiglat, napartac


love

Ilocano

n. panagayat, panangipateg, ayat


near

Ilocano

adv. or prep. asideg


recede

Ilocano

v. agsubli, bumaba


stove

Ilocano

n. pugon, dalican, pagapuyan