kabukiranin

Tagalog

adj. rural


maulap

Tagalog

adj. 1. cloudy; 2. foggy; 3. hazy; 4. overcast; gloomy


nangunguna

Tagalog

nangunguna adj. first; coming before all others


patay nang ipanganak comp. stillborn


pikolete

Tagalog

n. staple



dangka

Cebuano

tapahanan


hamoy

Cebuano

lick


layiku

Cebuano

n. layman, laity. Ang buluhatun sa layiku sa iglisya, The role of the laity in the church.


pagpugong

Cebuano

v. dissuade


úlaw

Cebuano

a. ashamed of what people think, embarrassed. Hastang uláwa nákù dihang nadiskubrihan ku, How ashamed I was when they caught me! Hastang uláwa nákù sa pagkadalispang nákù, How embarrassed I was when I fell. walay — shameless. Wà ka bay úlaw pagbúhat sa ingun? Doesn’t it shame you to do that? v. be ashamed. Naúlaw kung pakítà níya kay sad-an ku, I’m ashamed to show myself to him because I am guilty. Kagahápun nga makaúlaw (makapaúlaw) sa táwu, A past that can cause one to be ashamed. Nauláwan ku niadtung pangutanáha, I was put to shame by that question. Ikaúlaw ku ang pagpangáyù ug pagkáun, I’d be ashamed to have to ask for food. ulaw-ulaw v. tease by saying embarrassing things. paka- v. 1. make someone feel ashamed. Kanang maistráha kusug kaáyung mupakaúlaw sa mga bátà, That teacher is good at making the children feel embarrassed; 2. bring shame on someone Ang ímung pagpangáwat nakapakaúlaw sa ímung ginikánan, You put your parents to shame when you stole. Ngánung gipakauláwan mu man aku, Why did you put me to shame? paka-(→) v. do something to put oneself to shame. -an(→), manggi-un a. bashful, shy. Uwawan siya. Wà makasulti, He’s terribly bashful. He didn’t say a word; v. be, become shy, bashful. ka- n. shame, embarrassment. ka-an n. cause for shame. Gihatágan níyag kauláwan ang babáyi kay wà pangasaw-a, He caused the girl great shame because he did not marry her. ka-un(→) n. shame as an end effect. Kay ímu nang búhat, ímu nang kaulawun, Because it is your doing it will be your shame. maka-r- a. causing shame. Kanang ímung batásan makauúlaw kaáyu, You have shameful manners. manggi-un 1. see -an(→); 2. see kipìkipì. see kípì. ma-un a. 1. characterized by bashfulness; 2. be full of embarrassment. Nangatarúngan siya nga mauláwun, He offered reasons shamefacedly.


Denial, contradiction, negation, disavowal; to deny, contradict, gainsay, disavow, refuse to admit. (see himutíg, wálà, walâ).


kalabáw

Hiligaynon

Excess, haughtiness, great ambition to exceed others. (see labáw).


málmal

Hiligaynon

Full-grown, grown-up, strong; to become full-grown. Málmal siá nga táo. He is a full-grown man. Nagmálmal na siá. He is now full-grown. (see dakû, hámtong, hánggud).


talabasón

Hiligaynon

Cloth, textiles, fabrics, woven goods; clothing materials, stuff, dress-goods; cloth to be cut or tailored. (see tábas).


únut

Hiligaynon

To fall out or off (of feathers, hair, etc.). Nagúnut ang íya bohók. His hair fell out.


entertainment

Ilocano

n. pagliwliwaan


incompetent

Ilocano

adj. saan a nalaing, nacapuy


obliteration

Ilocano

n. panangdadael, panangpucaw


orient

Ilocano

n. daya, dagiti nacion nga adda iti Asia ken amianan ti Australia


punctuate

Ilocano

v. tulnecan