duwende

Tagalog

n. elf; hobgoblin; dwarf



insikin

Tagalog

insikin adj. with slanting eyes like the chinese


mapag-iba

Tagalog

mapag-iba (napag-iiba, napag-iba, mapag-iiba) v., inf. change; become or make different


pahapay-hapay

Tagalog

adj., adv. unsteady; wobbling; wobbly


pangos

Tagalog

pangos n. act of chewing sugarcane


kálang

Cebuano

(not without l) n. portion of a field which has been plowed at one time; v. plow a certain portion of the field. Nakakálang na sila sa katungà sa daruhan, They had already plowed half of the field. Ang duul sa sapà mauy ákung kalangun (kalangan) pag-úna, I’ll clear up the part near the river first.


lap-ut

Cebuano

a. for a liquid to get thick and sticky; v. for soup to thicken. Mulap-ut ang sabaw sa útan nga sagúlan ug bisul, Vegetable soup thickens if yautia is stewed with it. Haúna sa dì pa makalap-ut, Take it out before it gets thick. Ang harína nakalap-ut (nakapalap-ut) sa sabaw, The flour made the soup too thick. -ay, -ay(→) see lap-ut.


maghulog

Cebuano

deposit


pátid

Cebuano

v. 1. kick at. Kusug mupátid ang plíyir sa sákir, A soccer player kicks hard. Patíri ang itlug sa kuntra, Kick your opponent in the balls; 2. move something s.w. by kicking it. Ipátid ra ákung sinílas diri, Kick my slippers over to me; n. 1. kick; 2. kick of drinks (humorous). Pwirtig pátid ning tubáa dà, This toddy packs quite a kick. paN- v. kick with intensity. Nagpamatid siya sa kasukù, He was kicking in anger. patidpátid v. go on foot in a leisurely manner. Magpatidpátid lang ku inigpaúlì, I’ll walk home leisurely. — sa láta see patidpátid, v1. 2. play patidpátid; n. children’s game of undoing knotted rubberbands with the feet. The one who separates one from the rest wins all of them.


sa usa ug usa

Cebuano

mutual


káwad

Hiligaynon

A link; to link, connect as by a link, to unite or join. (see káw-id).


kwarésma

Hiligaynon

(Sp. cuaresma) Lent, lenten fast.


lágtoy

Hiligaynon

Weak, feeble, slack, losing strength. (see lúyà, lúya, labóy, lábtoy).


pláta

Hiligaynon

(Sp. plata) Silver. Dipláta, di pláta (Sp. de plata)-of silver, made of silver. (see pílak).


úgkan, ugkánan

Hiligaynon

See ógkan, ogkánan-to be tranquil, at ease, etc.


ashore

Ilocano

adv. tacdang


experience

Ilocano

n. padas, napadasan


gathering

Ilocano

n. tiponan, panagurnong, urnong


newyear's day

Ilocano

n. Baro a Tawen


pernicious

Ilocano

adj. macadadael