atupag

Tagalog

n. continuous, regular occupation or task


istampa

Tagalog

istampa n. religious print


pagdusahan

Tagalog

(pinagdudusahan, pinagdusahan, pagdudusahan) v., inf. suffer for some crime, mistake or sin


sulo

Tagalog

sulo n. torch; electric torch


ungot

Tagalog

ungot n. mumbling; whining; whimper



anaa sila?

Cebuano

they have?


kaulawan

Cebuano

n. scandal


pagbayaw

Cebuano

v. elevate


pagsamok

Cebuano

v. molest


umbaw

Cebuano

v. 1. overlook, tower over. Ang ílang balay nag-umbaw sa kasilingánan, Their house towers over the neighborhood; 2. look down from a height over the edge of something Nag-umbaw siya sa pangpang, He was looking down over the edge of the cliff. Umbáwa ang mga bátà sa búngun, Look out of the window and see what the children are doing.


botín

Hiligaynon

(Sp. botín) Spatterdash, spats, leggings, gaiters.


pabángdan

Hiligaynon

To attribute to, inculpate, impute, lay the guilt, etc. upon someone else, accuse, denounce, make responsible; blame. Indì ka magpabángdan sa ákon sang ímo sayúp. Don't blame me for your mistake. Ginpabángdan níla sa manugbúlung ang kamatáyon sang íla anák, kay, konó, gindapátan níya sing maláin nga bulúng. They attributed the death of their child to the doctor, for, they said, he applied a harmful prescription. (see bangúd, pabangúd).


pananglitánan

Hiligaynon

See pananglítan.


pangámlot

Hiligaynon

Sense of touch; to touch. (see kámlot).


uláng

Hiligaynon

(H) A kind of small shrimp, prawn. (uráng id.).


card

Ilocano

n. carton, nipis


examiner

Ilocano

n. mangkita, mangsuboc


smallness

Ilocano

n. kinabassit


torment

Ilocano

v. parigaten


wait

Ilocano

v. aguray