bayang-pinanganakan n. birthplace


debate

Tagalog

n. debate; dispute


lokong-loko

Tagalog

adj. lunatic; extremely foolish


magpaseguro

Tagalog

(nagpapaseguro, nagpaseguro, magpapaseguro) v., inf. insure a person or property


mahulagpos

Tagalog

mahulagpos (nahuhulagpos, nahulagpos, mahuhulagpos) v., inf. slip or slide out of bindings, etc.; get loose



dili mahikap

Cebuano

untouchable


hari

Cebuano

n. sovereign


kyaknit

Cebuano

see kulaknit.


pagkabata

Cebuano

childhood


pinusong

Cebuano

fake


dumalágkut

Hiligaynon

(H) Sticky, viscous, adhesive. (see dágkut).


irót

Hiligaynon

To scorch, burn, bring fire, live coals or a flame in contact with; to singe. Irotí sang kandílà ang papél. Scorch the paper with the lighted candle. Ginirotán níya ang kamót ko sing pósporo. He touched my hand with a burning match. Iirót sa tápì iníng piokós. Put this cigar against the board. Nakibút siá, kay nairotán sang tabákò ni Fuláno ang íya nga dulúnggan. He started (jumped) for N.N.'s cigar-came against his ear,-singed his ear.


lúthò

Hiligaynon

To pick out, select or take up some things and leave others alone, to pass over, skip. (see láktaw, lúkhò).


pauyó-úyo

Hiligaynon

To follow suit, follow another's lead, be easily swayed, ruled, prevailed upon, imposed upon. Nagapauyóúyo lang siá sang lúyag ni Fuláno. He simply carries out N.N.'s wishes. (see padaládála, idógidóg).


túdling

Hiligaynon

The second ploughing of a corn-field; to plough between the rows of growing corn, or the like. Tudlingá ang maís. Loosen up the earth by ploughing between the rows of growing corn.


across

Ilocano

adv. idiay bañgir, ballasiw


free

Ilocano

adj. aywaywaya, saan a bayadan


gross

Ilocano

adj. dadackel, napuscol, saan a nafino


school

Ilocano

n. pagadalan, escuele


tie

Ilocano

n. corbata, reppet, siglot