dalawampu

Tagalog

dalawampu adj., n. 1. twenty; 2. score



manuntok

Tagalog

manuntok (nanununtok, nanuntok, manununtok) v., inf. give someone a blow with the fist


pagbibilang

Tagalog

n. numbering


sumblero

Tagalog

n. hat


walisin

Tagalog

walisin (niwawalis, niwalis, wawalisin) v., inf. sweep; remove with a broom


higala

Cebuano

friend


iskiníta

Cebuano

n. the place where two small paths meet.


pagtudlo

Cebuano

v. train


págu

Cebuano

v. welsh on a bet, delay payment. Kinsay nagpágu sa tanang pusta nga nahánaw man lang? Who ran away without paying the bets? Ákù lang úsà ning pagúhun (ipágu) nga pusta, I won’t pay my bet for the time being; n. 1. amount which one failed to pay. Pilay ímung págu kaníya? How big an amount did you welsh on? 2. comeuppance, just deserts. Mau kanay págu nímu, That’s what you get!


regla

Cebuano

menstruate


duláhot

Hiligaynon

To baste, tack, sew with long or wide stitches. (see asálásal, halóthot, haróthot, tahî).


gamhánan

Hiligaynon

Mighty, powerful, potent, puissant, ruling, commanding, holding sway, reigning, governing. (see gahúm).


kadísnon

Hiligaynon

A kind of banana.


salagiwít

Hiligaynon

(H) See saragiwít-to leave a trace, trail, etc.


túaw, tuáw

Hiligaynon

To cry out (aloud), shout, to speak loudly (in a loud voice), raise one's voice. Itúaw (Ituáw) ang tíngug mo. Raise your voice. Shout. (see sínggit, turayáw, pugaás).


pillar

Ilocano

n. adiggi, sarikedked


sailor

Ilocano

n. marinero


seldom

Ilocano

adv. sapa minsan


sloping

Ilocano

adj. agundayas


town

Ilocano

n. ili