dismisin

Tagalog

dismisin (dinidismis, dinismis, didismisin) v., inf. dismiss


lambang

Tagalog

lambang n. impoliteness; discourtesy; rudeness


magpakamatay

Tagalog

magpakamatay (nagpapakamatay, nagpakamatay, magpapakamatay) v., inf. commit suicide


mapandumina

Tagalog

mapandumina n. domineering; imperious


pagkonsulta

Tagalog

n. consultation; seeking advice



baladbad

Cebuano

see badbad.


ganda

Cebuano

n. kind of leek: Allium odorum. It is used as spice or for rubbing ailing parts of the body. Sometimes called the onions of the Subanos.


hapon

Cebuano

n. afternoon


Ilúkus

Cebuano

n. Ilocos region, Northwestern Luzon.


púhag

Cebuano

v. 1. scatter a large group of something Napúhag ang mga táwu sa plása pag-ulan, The people in the plaza scattered when it started to rain; 2. destroy completely. Napúhag ang syudad sa bumba, The city was destroyed by bombs; 3. get honey from a beehive (for which one must destroy the hive). Ang mipúhag sa putyúkan wà hipaaki, He got the honey but he was not bitten.


apdohón

Hiligaynon

Bilious.


haló-hálo

Hiligaynon

Dim. of haló. Anything that somewhat resembles an iguana.


kahimataán

Hiligaynon

Relations, relatives, kindred, kin, kith and kin, kinsfolk, kinship, offspring, progeny. (bátà, himatâ).


maagwánta

Hiligaynon

Strong, robust, inured, untiring, patient, long-suffering, enduring, able to stand or bear much. (agwánta).


pinúdlan

Hiligaynon

The part of a tree left in the ground after the trunk is cut down, stub, stump. (see pulúd).


drunkard

Ilocano

n. mammartec, manag-inom


filibuster

Ilocano

n. mangraut, manglapped


lieutenant

Ilocano

n. teniente


tick

Ilocano

n. uni ti pagorasan, ulmog


uncork

Ilocano

v. iccatan iti tapon, luctan