maghabong

Tagalog

(naghahabong, naghabong, maghahabong) v., inf. use or build a temporary shed



nibelahin

Tagalog

nibelahin (nininibela, ninibela, ninibelahin) v., inf. level or grade; make level


pandidilat

Tagalog

n. glare; fierce look


sangkatirba

Tagalog

adj. very many; numerous


talagang hindi

Tagalog

talagang hindi comp. certainly not; not at all; scarcely


anggà

Cebuano

n. nickname. Si Bituy ang ákung anggà, My nickname is Bitoy; v. give a nickname. Gianggáan siya ug pakà, They nicknamed him ‘frog’.


ania

Cebuano

[deictic or demonstrative pron., first person inclusive, present time] here is


atsaatsa

Cebuano

v. be hard pressed doing something because of its being more than one can handle. Nagkaatsaatsa kug pangítag ikabáyad sa ákung mga útang, I am going crazy trying to look for money to pay my debts.


kunhod

Cebuano

n. deduction


palikíru

Cebuano

a. philandering. — ug mata being flirtatious with women, using the eyes.


gal-umón

Hiligaynon

Cloudy, lowery, lowering, gloomy, overcast; pertaining to clouds.


lamón

Hiligaynon

Quite blind, stone-blind, blind in both eyes, bereft of sight, sightless; to be blind, etc. Lamón siá. He is quite blind. Naglamón siá. He went quite blind. (see butá, bulág-blind in one eye, half-blind, one-eyed).


pahántup

Hiligaynon

Caus. of hántup-to grasp, perceive, etc. (see pahangúp).


sántan, santán

Hiligaynon

A plant and its flower.


siésta

Hiligaynon

(Sp. siesta) Afternoon nap, after-dinner nap, siesta.


cab

Ilocano

n. auto


fast

Ilocano

v. napartac, napardas


file

Ilocano

v. urnos, urnosen


laddle

Ilocano

n. aclo, pagtaco


mail order

Ilocano

n. gatangen babaen ti correo