de-kolor

Tagalog

de-kolor adj. coloured (US: colored)



disimpektante

Tagalog

n. disinfectant


gambol

Tagalog

gambol adj. badly beaten up; badly bruised (fruit)


kasimplihan

Tagalog

kasimplihan n. simplicity of style or taste


pagbugwak

Tagalog

pagbugwak n. gushing or spurting of liquids


*gansang

Cebuano

gansanggansang v. be rough and uneven. Naggansanggansang nga ngípun, Uneven teeth. -un a. uneven, rough. Gansangun siyag nawung, She has lots of pockmarks on her face.


alagad

Cebuano

employee


baskit bul

Cebuano

n. basketball game; v. play basketball. -an n. basketball court.


bilas

Cebuano

n. the husband or wife of one’s husband’s or wife’s sibling; v. be bilas. Magbílas na ta kay gipakaslan kung igsúun sa ímung asáwa, We’re bilas now because I married your wife’s sister.


kíum

Cebuano

see kyúum.


inapináy

Hiligaynon

Cooperation, mutual help, support; to cooperate, help each other, etc. (see ápin).


korasón

Hiligaynon

(Sp. corazon) Heart. (see tagiposóon, kasíngkásing).


lalapakón

Hiligaynon

What is to be, or should be, trodden or trampled upon; despicable, contemptible, unworthy of consideration. (see lápak).


památiag

Hiligaynon

Freq. of bátiag-to feel, have a sensation, etc. (památyag id.).


uríka

Hiligaynon

(B) To take good care of, manage well, deal thoughtfully with; to be diligent, assiduous. Urikáha (Urikáhi) ang patubás ta (Tatápa (Riparáha) sing maáyo ang áton patubás (pinatubás)), hay (kay) básì kulángon kitá. Take good care of what we have harvested, for we may fall short of what we need. (see tátap, ripára, ámlig, písan, úkud, utitíd).


ankle

Ilocano

n.n lipay-lipay (palay-palay)


duck

Ilocano

n. pato, itic


lake

Ilocano

n. dan-aw


retroactive

Ilocano

v. panangrugi ti nalpasen


rose

Ilocano

n. rosa