Search results for "Way, route"

arkiyo [arkíyo] v To go in a round about route, way; to go right round the edge of an area instead of directly in a straight line. (sem. domains: - Way, route.)

bihang [biháng] v To turn-off and take a short-cut, particular way to somewhere. Pagtukar nina Nita sa bukir nagbihang sida dahil marayan pa sa bayay it ida lola. When Nita and company went to the farm she went a different direction because she will visit the house of her grandmother. (sem. domains: - Turn, - Way, route.) der. bihangan

bihangan [bihángan] (der. of bihang) n The short-cut, particular way one has turned off onto in order to go somewhere. (sem. domains: - Turn, - Way, route.)

burdahe [burdáhe] v 1To tack specifically of a boat. burdahe Ingpapaburdahe it kapitan kag salida it baroto agor indi magkuyob dahil makusog kag huyop it hangin. The captain maneuvers the ship against the wind by tacking it so as not to capsize because of the strong gusts of wind. (sem. domains: - Boat.) 2To go in a round about route, way or right round the edge instead of directly in a straight line. (sem. domains: - Way, route.) der. pangburdahe

gala [gálà] 1n The wandering route, destination. syn: wardi-wardi, yad-aw, yagadaw 3. (sem. domains: - Way, route.) 2adj Constantly wandering about. (sem. domains: 7.2.4 - Travel.) 3vbt To wander around; to run, graze freely. Buong banwa kag ida inggagala-an permi. She always wanders around the whole town. syn: yagadaw 1. (sem. domains: - Way, route.)

kabisera [kabiséra] adj Main (as of a road, route). kabisera Paos-os sa Mar-as, usang lugar nak abot it bunggo tuna sa libutan ka amo istaran sa itaas it kabiserang rayan. Going down from Mar-as, our house was above the main raod about a stone’s throw from the village church. (sem. domains: - Road, - Way, route.)

pabisong [pabisóng] vi To go to town. pabayan, paluwas Nagpabisong kami it aga pa. We went down to town early. [It is normal that people living in the country on these islands often live on hills or high ground since all the islands have mountains in their centers. So going to town means going downhill.] syn: uli 1.1, balik, sapoy. (sem. domains: - Go, - Way, route, - City.)

pamaybayan [pamaybáyan] (der. of baybay) v To go somewhere via, along the beach, shore, shoreline, seashore (as of avoiding or not being able to use a path). (sem. domains: - Way, route, - Island, shore.)

yaktor₁ [yáktor] v To crop over land; to take direct route; to take short-cut overland, crosscountry. Pagkatapos it linog kag mga estudyante ay nakaisip nak magyaktor halin sa Baguio papagto sa Cagayan. After the earthquake the students were able to think of taking a direct route overland from Baguio to Cagayan. (sem. domains: - Way, route.)

yakturan [yaktúran] n Pass, short-cut. (sem. domains: - Way, route.)