aing. aing

Tagalog

n. moan; complaining with moaning



alis

Tagalog

alis n. departure


dadalawahin

Tagalog

dadalawahin adj., n. of two peso denomination; two peso bill


kabilisan

Tagalog

kabilisan n. rapidity; quickness; speed


kalisteniks

Tagalog

n. callisthenics (US: calisthenics)


kuwentong-bayan

Tagalog

n. folk tale


magkandila

Tagalog

magkandila (nagkakandila, nagkandila, magkakandila) v., inf. use a candle or candles


magpayagyag

Tagalog

magpayagyag (nagpapayagyag, nagpayagyag, magpapayagyag) v., inf. make a horse trot


pampataba

Tagalog

pampataba 1., 2. n.; 3. adj. 1. that which makes persons/animals fat; 2. fertilizer; 3. fattening


sigwa

Tagalog

sigwa n. tempest; storm at sea; typhoon; heavy rain


ulan

Tagalog

ulan n. 1. rain; rainfall; 2. wet; 3. rain (of anything) [fig.]


hayag

Cebuano

daylight


magbubuntog

Cebuano

n. conqueror


v. store


tambok kaayo

Cebuano

obese


tiglingaw

Cebuano

n. comforter


tinahian

Cebuano

seam


Hiligaynon

Woa!, an exclamation used to halt a horse. (see higá, haráw).


hagúlut

Hiligaynon

To whizz, fizz, bubble; to throb, drum, din, sing, ring. Nagahagúlut ang dalúnggan ko sa gútum, sa ínit, etc. There is a ringing in my ears on account of hunger, the heat, etc. (see hagúrut).


págsuk

Hiligaynon

To thrust, drive hard down, ram in. (see búgsok, púgsak, búgsak, púsdak).