matubigan

Tagalog

matubigan (natutubigan, natubigan, matutubigan) v., inf. be or become filled with water



pasaglitin

Tagalog

pasaglitin (pinasasaglit, pinasaglit, pasasaglitin) v., inf. send someone quickly to a person/place for a while


probinsya

Tagalog

n. 1. province (of a country); 2. province (the rural areas)


tagapamigay

Tagalog

tagapamigay n. giver; distributor; one who is assigned to give/distribute


wala sa oras

Tagalog

wala sa oras adj. untimely; at a wrong time


búgù

Cebuano

n. kind of fish; 1. name given to various kind of gobies; 2. name given to snakeheads.


bulok

Cebuano

n. color


Hunyo

Cebuano

n. June


lúmi

Cebuano

n. dish of long Chinese noodles, usually served in broth.


payriks

Cebuano

n. pyrex, a kind of heat-resistant glassware.


kadúgò

Hiligaynon

Blood relationship, consanguinity, condition of belonging to the same stock. Kadúgò silá. They are of the same stock (or family). Ang áton mga kadúgò. Those of our own kin. Our own kith and kin. (dugô; see himatâ, kahimataán, kakilíran, kasimánwa).


kalunángan

Hiligaynon

Mud, mire. (see lúnang).


masídlak

Hiligaynon

Shining, dazzling, very bright, like sunlight, sparkling, glittering, gleaming, glowing, scintillating, beaming, vivid, brilliant, resplendent, refulgent, effulgent. (sídlak).


Hemp-fibres to be got ready for the reel.


súngkit

Hiligaynon

To run or knock against, collide. (see súnggò, búnggò).


bystander

Ilocano

n. agbuybuya, nacakita, sacsi, awanan iti trabajo


career

Ilocano

n. carera, tarigagay


damage

Ilocano

v. dadaelen


peach

Ilocano

adj. n. kita ti bunga, napintas a babai


thereupon

Ilocano

adv. iti dayto, iti daydiay