dukit

Tagalog

n. cavity or hole made on some surface



halik

Tagalog

halik n. kiss


kalantis

Tagalog

kalantis n. soft sharp sound


pagkatigil

Tagalog

pagkatigil n. staying in a place


sikat ng araw

Tagalog

comp. suhshine [n]


dyís

Cebuano

n. odds of five to four in betting; v. give 5 to 4 odds in betting. Idyis (dyísan) lang nátù ang átung kuntra, We will just give 5 to 4 odds in our bets to our opponent.


imbuyis

Cebuano

n. invoice; v. make an invoice of goods bought. Ang tindíru mauy muimbuyis sa mga pinalit ku, The sales clerk makes the invoices for the things I buy.


lili

Cebuano

peep


pangita

Cebuano

look


Protestante

Cebuano

n. Protestant(s)


barikótot

Hiligaynon

See balikótot-to contort (the limbs).


halabwáan

Hiligaynon

(H) Assets, the wherewithal, etc. (see alabwáan, hábwà).


pasingadtoán

Hiligaynon

Place to go to or live at; place or position to have recourse to for relief. Abáw, kasakít sang ákon ngípon kag walâ gid akó sing pasingadtoán. Oh, how my tooth aches! And I cannot get relief in any way.


sambilád

Hiligaynon

Turned up (that should be turned down); at the back, behind (that should be in front); outside (that should be inside); careless, slovenly, slovenlily arranged. Sambilád ang íya pamatádyong. Her skirt is put on anyhow. She wears her skirt carelessly arranged.


sikól

Hiligaynon

To carry on the back by means of a stick or pole brought over the shoulder. Sikolí ang bakág; pangítà ka sing isikól mo. Carry the basket on your back; look for a stick to carry it with.


blight

Ilocano

n. panagmaga, pannacadadael


bulky

Ilocano

adj. dackel, adu, napuscol


clammy

Ilocano

adj. napigket, nalamilis


rare

Ilocano

adj. manmano


site

Ilocano

n. pagipatacderan, disso