akompanyante

Tagalog

n. accompanist (music)



alupihan

Tagalog

n., zoo. centipede


kapulungin

Tagalog

(kinakapulung, kinapulung, kakapulungin) v., inf. 1. converse (with someone); 2. hold a meeting (with someone)


paglalabos

Tagalog

n. skinning of animals; stripping off the hide of animals


tataghay

Tagalog

n. organism


awáaw

Cebuano

a. deserted place. Giatángan sila sa dapit nga awáaw, They were ambushed at the remote and lonely spot; v. be, become deserted and lonely.


hinam

Cebuano

n. thrill


kahon

Cebuano

n. box


katapusan

Cebuano

n. termination


ubanan

Cebuano

company


ipót-ípot

Hiligaynon

Fire-fly, fern-beetle, glow-worm. (see aninípot, angingípot).


ít-it

Hiligaynon

To stand the bitterness of, be able to stand the bitter or burning taste of. Indì ka makaítit sinâ. You cannot stand the bitter taste of that. Daw sa índì maítit iníng katúmbal. The burning taste of this chili is almost unbearable.


kalipát

Hiligaynon

(H) Oblivion, forgetfulness. (lipát; see kalímot, kalígà).


lahób

Hiligaynon

(H) Softened, made flexible by warming. See halúb. Also: swollen, suffused with blood or the like. Lahób gid ang písngi níya nga tinámpà ni Fuláno. His cheek that was struck by N.N. is swollen.


pagúnting

Hiligaynon

To have, let, or order, the hair to be cut; to have, let, or order anything to be cut by means of a pair of scissors. Paguntingá si Hosé sang ákon bohók. Order José to cut my hair. Let José cut my hair. Mapagúnting pa áko ánay. I will have my hair cut first. Ipagúnting ko sa ímo ang bohók siníng bátà. I want you to cut this boy's hair. Paguntingí sa íya iníng hénero. Let him cut off a piece of this cloth with the scissors. (pa, gúnting).


luxuriant

Ilocano

adj. adu, nabuslon


oven

Ilocano

n. pugon, orno


reduce

Ilocano

v. pabassiten, kissayan


sex

Ilocano

n. kinatao (lalaki wenno babai)


slight

Ilocano

adj. bassit, apagapaman