maggalapong

Tagalog

maggalapong (naggagalapong, naggalapong, maggagalapong) v., inf. grind into flour (rice)


makapal na tabla comp. plank


mapintasin

Tagalog

mapintasin adj. prone to faultfinding


pagkabinbin

Tagalog

pagkabinbin n. detention; state of being forcibly delayed


postura

Tagalog

n., adj. posture [n]; well-dressed [adj.]



bilyako

Cebuano

villain


palo

Cebuano

spar


pátak

Cebuano

v. for a large number of things to be scattered over an area. Daghang bitúun nga nagpátak sa lángit, A myriad of stars dotting the sky. patakpatak v. 1. be scattered or strewn over an area. Nagpatakpatak ang tái sa bátà, The baby’s stools were scattered all over the place; 2. break, tear to pieces, get broken, torn to pieces. Nagpatakpatak na sa katagù ang ákung sinínà, My dress is almost tattered into pieces, the fabric is so weak. Patakpatakun ku ning hunub nga kúlun, I’ll break this leaky pot into pieces; 3. produce a pitter-pattering sound like falling rain; n. pitter-patter of falling rain.


sikup

Cebuano

nab


taludtod

Cebuano

joint


húput

Hiligaynon

One kept or guarded by another (as a foster-child, a ward, a concubine, a servant, etc.).


kasáw-a

Hiligaynon

Disgust, aversion, loathing, antipathy. (see sáw-a).


mapatawáron

Hiligaynon

Forgiving, indulgent, lenient, tolerant, forbearing, ready to pardon, forgetful of wrongs or injuries, not given to revenge or retaliation. (patáwad).


nibél

Hiligaynon

(Sp. nivel) Level, horizontal, spirit-level, water-level; watermark; plummet.


tambárà

Hiligaynon

(B) Scaffolding, etc. See támbálà.


emcumbrance

Ilocano

n. lapped, pangdagsen


failure

Ilocano

n. pannacatnag, pannacaabac


healthy

Ilocano

adj. nasalun-at


sample

Ilocano

n. pagwadan


sweetness

Ilocano

n. kinasam-it