limahi

Tagalog

limahi adv., adj. slovenly; untidy



manunukso

Tagalog

manunukso n. person fond of joking others; tempter


mira

Tagalog

n. myrrh; fragrant gummy substance


takinan

Tagalog

takinan (tinatakinan, tinakinan, tatakinan) v., inf. bark at (by a dog)


walang-pag-iimbot adj. disinterested; free from selfish motives


kalyeha

Cebuano

street


kaniadtong

Cebuano

[time word or particle] last


kauwaw

Cebuano

shame


síbin pirs

Cebuano

see síti páris. see síti.


yawi

Cebuano

n. key


idóg

Hiligaynon

(H) To shift a little, change place or position, step or move forward (back, aside), give way, make room, recede, stand back, recoil, fall back, withdraw a little. Magidóg ka dídto. Stand (back) there. Idóg kamó sing diótay. Shift a little. Paidogá siá. Make him-get back a little,-move a little (in any direction desired). (see isdóg, ísol, sáylo).


ilímnan

Hiligaynon

(H) A drinking-cup or -glass; bar, saloon, place where drink is to be had. (see inúm).


kalalotón

Hiligaynon

What is to be scratched, rubbed or soothed, as an itch; trial, hardship, difficulty; hard to bear or suffer. (see kálot, kalalóton).


láktaw

Hiligaynon

To pass over, miss, skip, garble. Sang pagbása níya nakaláktaw siá sing isá ka dinalán (ginlaktawán níya ang isá ka dinalán). When he read he skipped a line. (see lúkhò, lúthò, lubás).


mangangabayó

Hiligaynon

Rider, horseman, cavalry. (see kabáyo, kabayó).


citizen

Ilocano

n. umili


knell

Ilocano

n. nalinday nga aweng


ruse

Ilocano

n. sicap


sorry

Ilocano

adj. naliday, naladingit


thin

Ilocano

adj. nacuttong, naingpis