babalaan

Tagalog

babalaan (binababalaan, binabalaan, bababalaan) v., inf. tip off or warn someone


bumusa

Tagalog

bumusa (bumubusa, bumusa, bubusa) v., inf. pop open; splutter; make a popping sound


gugulin

Tagalog

(ginugugol, ginugol, gugugulin) v., inf. spend; pay out


kalsyum

Tagalog

n. Calcium (Ca) (chemistry)


takigrapa

Tagalog

takigrapa n. stenographer



v. slip by sliding. Midalipánus lang ang ubud sa ákung kamut, The eel just slipped from my hand. Gidalipánus nákù ang ákung kamut sa háwak sa babáyi, I slid my hand down the woman’s hips.


halub, hálub

Cebuano

n. a kind of skin disease characterized by white, shiny splotches on the affected area; v. be afflicted with this kind of skin disease.


a. something for which one spends with no limits; v. consume without any limit. Iiskay is da límit ba nang ímung pangumpra? What are you going to do? Buy, the sky is the limit?


nila

Cebuano

their


sahù

Cebuano

(from unsay áhù. see unsa, 1d.) Sahù bag dì ka mangasáwa nákù. Maáyug nahúngut ang kalibútan, Who gives a damn if you don’t marry me? You’re not the only fish in the ocean.


inágpang

Hiligaynon

Made up into a hank; by the hank. Nagbakál akó sing bunáng nga inágpang. I bought some yarn by the hank. (see ágpang).


iwál-iwál

Hiligaynon

To move the buttocks up and down conspicuously. Nagaiwáliwál ang bulî níya kon maglakát. When he walks his buttocks move up and down conspicuously. Indì ka magpaiwáliwál sang bulî mo kon maglakát ikáw. Don't move your posterior up and down in such a fashion, when you walk. (see iwád, íswad).


kóbal

Hiligaynon

Curve, fold, plait; enclosure, entrenchment, fence. (see kobál).


obóg

Hiligaynon

A kind of fish.


pungós

Hiligaynon

(H) The hair tied up in a bunch, knot or chignon. (see posô, pinúngsan).


cab

Ilocano

n. auto


choose

Ilocano

v. pilien


multiply

Ilocano

v. paaduen, agadu


restful

Ilocano

adj. macapainana


share

Ilocano

v. bingayen