diyanitor

Tagalog

diyanitor n. janitor



korporal

Tagalog

korporal n. a piece of altar linen used in the Mass


pagkakalala

Tagalog

pagkakalala n. manner of weaving


pamupuan

Tagalog

pamupuan (pinapamupuan, pinamupuan, papamupuan) v., inf. address someone with respect by using "po"


tumayu-tayo

Tagalog

tumayu-tayo (tumatayu-tayo, tumayu-tayo, tatayu-tayo) v., inf. loiter; hang about [coll.]


bangkaw

Cebuano

n. 1. spear which is thrown; 2. piece in mahjong with the image of a dagger; v. throw, thrust a spear at. Bangkáwun ta ang usa, I’ll throw a spear at the deer. Hibangkawan ang kawatan, The thief was hit with a spear. paN- v. hunt with a spear.


kapital

Cebuano

n. 1. capital letter; 2. capital city; 3. capital, resources; 3a. quality that is an asset to success. Kapital na nímu nang ímung pangútuk, Your brains are an asset to you; v. 1. write in capital letters. Kapitala (ikapital) pagsuwat ang mga ngálan sa táwu, Write the names of persons in capital letters; 2. make into a capital city; 3. put up capital. Niuprisir siya nga mauy mukapital sa manukan, He offered to put up the capital for a poultry business; 4. use as a source of profit or benefit. Ang kaálam ug katakus mauy maáyung ikapital sa panginabúhì, Knowledge and skill are assets in our struggle for existence. -ista n. capitalist; v. be a capitalist or financier.


lansu, lansun

Cebuano

n. thin, white, coarsely woven cotton fabric; v. use lansu. Pubri man, dì maglansu lang, I’m poor, so I wear lansu.


pakugang

Cebuano

exite


samalúna

Cebuano

see simalúna.


absuélto

Hiligaynon

(Sp. absuelto) Absolved, acquitted, declared free. Also used as a verb. Ginabsueltohán siá sang hukóm. He was acquitted by the judge. (see pinatáwad, luwás, luás).


íbok

Hiligaynon

(B) To root (of pigs). Tabúga ang báboy nga nagaíbok dirâ. Drive away the pig that is rooting over there. Indì mo pagpaibókon ang báboy sa atubángan sang baláy. Don't allow the pig to root in front of the house. (see súbok id.; inibókan-a piece of ground turned up by a pig's smout).


kúna

Hiligaynon

(Sp. cuna) Cradle. (see abóy-abóy, batóng, duyándúyan).


rátrat

Hiligaynon

The sound produced by tearing or rending cloth, etc.; to tear, rend, split. (see rábrab, rítrit).


ságdan

Hiligaynon

For sagádan, sagáran from ságad-to do customarily, etc.


arrangement

Ilocano

n. pannacaurnos, urnos


brusque

Ilocano

adj. natangsit, aagubsang


careful

Ilocano

adj. naalluad, naannad


penny

Ilocano

n. cuarta, centavo


punishment

Ilocano

n. dusa