isatono

Tagalog

(isinasatono, isinatono, isasatono) v., inf. tune (a musical instr.)



kiluin

Tagalog

kiluin (kinikilo, kinilo, kikiluin) v., inf. bend; curve


labso

Tagalog

labso adj. slippery


mesa

Tagalog

n. landing of a staircase; plateau


putol

Tagalog

putol adj. 1. cut off; severed; 2. blind (closed at one end, e.g. a blind street)


dili matarog

Cebuano

stable


kuwanggol

Cebuano

adj. insane


malumpagon

Cebuano

adj. ruinous


sakyud

Cebuano

v. move, push one’s buttocks forward and backward with the rest of the body stationary. Nagsakyud siya sa pagpanghiláwas, He was working his buttocks back and forth in the coital act. Ngánung gisakyúran man ku nímung walay batasána ka? Why did you nudge me with your lower region, you shameless man? panakyuran n. the hip joints. see also ananakyud and bangkiyud.


tihad

Cebuano

v. stand erect, and straight. Dì makatihad ang taas nga táwu kay ubus ang kisami, A tall fellow cannot stand straight because the ceiling is low; a. vertically erect, straight. Tihad ang mga sundálu, Soldiers are erect.


espónha

Hiligaynon

(Sp. esponja) Sponge.


makilitán-on

Hiligaynon

Seeing well, having good eyes, sharp or keen of sight, hawk-eyed, lynx-eyed. (see kítà).


melása

Hiligaynon

(Sp. melaza) Molasses. (see lasáw, pulút, arníbal).


túlad, tulád

Hiligaynon

(B) Like, as; to be like, similar to. Tulád kadiá. At once. Immediately. Without delay. (see súbung, subúng, siní).


tuluktukón

Hiligaynon

Spine, etc. See toloktokón, talódtod; balískog, talimáskog).


camera

Ilocano

n. camera, pangala iti ladawan


minister

Ilocano

n. ministro, pangulo to maysa a benneg


moth

Ilocano

n. simotsimot


refuse

Ilocano

v. agmadi


swampy

Ilocano

adj. caallogan