kasarapan

Tagalog

kasarapan n. 1. deliciousness; 2. quality of being tasty (food)



mapapunta

Tagalog

mapapunta (napapupunta, napapunta, mapapupunta) v., inf. happen to go


mapekas

Tagalog

adj. freckly; covered with freckles


masalig

Tagalog

masalig (nasasalig, naslig, masasalig) v., inf. be based on; be deduced from


pigain

Tagalog

pigain (pinipiga, piniga, pipigain) v., inf. squeeze out; wring out by twisting


artista

Cebuano

n. actor, actress; v. be, become an actor. Gustu siyang mag-artista sa Haliwud, She wants to become an actress in Hollywood. -in- v. put on an act. Nag-inartista siyag hangyù, He’s putting on an act while he is asking for it.


gamit

Cebuano

utilize


magpulipuli

Cebuano

v. changing


prup

Cebuano

n. galley proof or proof of photos; v. make proofs. Prúpi ang ritrátu arun mi makapílì, Make proofs of the pictures so that we can make a choice.


Cebuano

n. sound used to drive away dogs and other small animals, but not fowls and pigs.


hinarákhak

Hiligaynon

Loud laughter, merriment; to guffaw, laugh heartily. (see harákhak, talángkaw, arík-ik).


kábo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. cabo) Chief, head, boss, overseer; chief of police.


móymoy

Hiligaynon

See moy.


památok

Hiligaynon

Freq. of bátok. To resist, oppose, protest, offer opposition; a protest, objection. Madámù ang nagapamátok siníng pagbulút-an. Many are opposing this law. Nagpasákà silá sing památok sa matáas nga punoán. They sent a protest to the highest official.


timón

Hiligaynon

(Sp. timón) Helm, rudder, tiller, steering, steering wheel.


bakery

Ilocano

n. panaderia, pagaramidan itit tinapay


envious

Ilocano

adj. naapal, naagum


lettuce

Ilocano

n. lechugas


rowdy

Ilocano

adj. managriribuc


sum

Ilocano

v. pagtitiponen, pagdagupen