hilera

Tagalog

n. row; file; alignment



kainalam

Tagalog

kainalam n. accomplice (associate in a crime)


magmedyanotse

Tagalog

(nagmemedyanotse, nagmedyanotse, magmemedyanotse) v., inf. take a midnight repast


pangkamping

Tagalog

n. used for camping


tagabaso

Tagalog

tagabaso n. one who assays metals


abrasíti

Cebuano

v. promenade arm in arm or side by side. Nakit-an kung ímung bánang may giabrasíting (giabrasitíhang) babáyi, I saw your husband walking arm in arm with a woman (with a woman holding on to his arms).


bagutbuton

Cebuano

grouchy


kinatas-an

Cebuano

n. pinnacle


púngut

Cebuano

v. 1. join things together by tying or pasting them. Magpúngut kug písì nga hayháyan, I’ll join together pieces of rope for a clothesline; 2. for two people to have a claim on part of a piece of money for lack of loose change. Ang ímung singkwinta nagpúngut sa písus nga gibáyad nákù, Your payment is included in the peso bill which he paid me. 3. for a thicket to form with intertwining weeds; n. thick cluster of intertwining shrubs and grasses. Ságad ang buntug mulukluk sa púngut, Usually the quail hides in the underbrush. -ay(→) v. have intercourse (coarse, but not very much so). kapupungtan, kinapungtan n. 1. the endmost part of something long where it joins to something else. Putla ang tinái dihà sa íyang kapupungtan sa túngul, Cut the intestines at the place where they join the stomach; 2. the endmost part of anything very long or high. Didtu níla hiapsi ang kawatan sa kapupungtan sa sapà, nag-inum, They came across the thief at the head of the river, drinking. Ang payag túa gitúkud sa kinapungtan sa búkid, The shack was built at the top of the mountain.


sulimaw

Cebuano

a. having one eye looking off in a direction it shouldn’t, e.g. when one has one weak eye which fails to move; v. develop this defect.


barás

Hiligaynon

(B) Sand. See balás.


hamulít, hamúlit

Hiligaynon

To besmear, besmirch, dirty, soil, sully, bedaub. (see búlit).


kinúntan

Hiligaynon

Crease fold, wrinkle, plait. (see kunút, piníd-an).


pamáspas

Hiligaynon

Freq. of páspas. To cut down, fell, lay low all the trees, shrubs, bananas, etc. in a limited area, strike down with a pole fruit from trees, etc.


tamád

Hiligaynon

Lazy, indolent. Tinamád-to be lazy. (see matámad).


dusty

Ilocano

adj. natapoc; narugit


jump

Ilocano

n. lagto


lucky

Ilocano

adj. nagasat


other

Ilocano

adj. ti sabali


suck

Ilocano

v. susopen, sumusop