bilog

Tagalog

n. 1. circle; 2. ring; 3. girth; 4. circumference



kalawangin

Tagalog

(kinalawang, kinakalawang, kakalawangin) v., inf. rust; develop rust


pagsanayan

Tagalog

(pinagsasanayan, pinagsanayan, pagsasanayan) v., inf. 1. practice; 2. drill; 3. exercise; 4. develope


pamahid

Tagalog

n. 1. ointment; medicine for the skin; 2. sandwich spread


pisikan

Tagalog

pisikan (pinipisikan, pinisikan, pipisikan) v., inf. splash someone or something


bika

Cebuano

v. brick


bulitin

Cebuano

n. dice. bistu ang — be on to someone’s tricks, evil doings. — upisyal official bulletin.


dili makapuol

Cebuano

pleasant


kaya

Cebuano

n. youngest child. Ságad sa mga bátà nga kaya manyahun giyud, More often than not, the youngest child is wilful.


kurog

Cebuano

quake


akús

Hiligaynon

All persons included in, or belonging to, the same household, members of a family, (see panimaláy).


alabríhan

Hiligaynon

(H) The point or place where something is opened; key-hole, (see ábri).


bayó-báyo

Hiligaynon

The pulse, the beating or throbbing of the pulse. Masákò ang túmbò sang ákon bayóbáyo. My pulse is beating very fast.


inahán

Hiligaynon

Female parent (used only of animals; see inâ, ináng). (From the Cebuano dialect).


úrut

Hiligaynon

(H) To finish, use up, get through, make an end of, eat up completely, spend everything, wear out completely. Naúrut na ang íya kwárta. All his money is gone, spent. Nagúrut siá sang gámit sang tanán níya nga kalalángan. He exhausted all his means. He used up all his resources. Ginúrut níya sang inúm ang ápdo sang kalisúd. He drained the gall of bitter grief. Indì mo pagurúton sang gásto (sa paggásto) ang búg-os mo nga binúlan. Don't spend the whole of your monthly salary. (see úbus, sáid, tîtî, tápus, ápus).


detail

Ilocano

n. ramitramit, paset ti salaysay, pagen ti soldado


jew

Ilocano

n. Judio


legislate

Ilocano

v. agaramid iti linteg


pile

Ilocano

n. ummong, buntuon


sword

Ilocano

n. espada