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baligya [balígyà] 1n Items to sell. (sem. domains: - Sell.) 2v To sell, be sold something. magbilí Nagbaligya it bugas kag ida nanay. His mother sold rice. (sem. domains: - Sell.) der. inug-baligya 3v To auction an item (as of chickens at a fiesta dance to raise money). (sem. domains: 6.8.4 - Financial transaction, - Give, donate.) 4vt To trick, play jokes on somebody who doesn’t know the language; to “take somebody for a ride”. ipinagbili Ingbaligya sida sa ida mga kaibhanan nak daok pa sida’t inra bisaya. She was tricked by her companions because she still doesn’t know the language. Ingbaligya si Jesus ni Judas Iscariote sa guberyno it Roma. Jesus was betrayed to the Roman government by Judas Iscariot. (sem. domains: - Tell a lie, 4.2.8 - Humor.) 5v To trick, take advantage of somebody in money matters; to betray somebody for money, bribe. pinagbibili Waya nakakasador tong inra Mayor nak sida yaki ay ingbabaligya. Their Mayor hadn’t known that he was already misrepresented by someone. (sem. domains: - Betray, - Cheat.) 6v To misrepresent something, somebody. (sem. domains: - Tell a lie.) der. baligyaan , der. binaligya , der. ibaligya , der. inog-baligya , der. pagbaligya

bating [báting] 1vt To hold, grab, pull by the feet (as of an animal or person). patid Ingbating anay ni Fred tong iro bag-o bakuyon. Fred held the feet of the dog before beating it. (sem. domains: - Hold, - Leg.) 2v To play a joke on somebody (English "pull someone's leg"). [lit: pull-leg] (sem. domains: 4.2.8 - Humor.)

hapros nak pangintrimis [hápros nak pangintrimís] (comp. of hapros) exp Barbed jokes. (sem. domains: 4.2.8 - Humor.)

intrimis₁ [íntrimis] 1n Joke. TWO ENTRIES (sem. domains: 4.2.8 - Humor.) 2vt To tease; to joke; to trick. magbiro Ing-intrimis nimo sida? Did you tease her? (sem. domains: - Insult, - Mock.) comp. buko pangintrimis

isyuso [isyúso] 1adj Always teasing; naughty. (sem. domains: - Obscenity, 4.2.8 - Humor, - Laugh.) 2vt To tease somebody; play a joke on somebody. binibiro Ingisyusuhan it anak kag ida manghor nak kabade. The child played a joke on his younger sister. Inainisyusuhan sida it mga ingkanto dahil pay inggwa permi it nagtatawag sa ida. Fairies are playing a joke on her because there seems to be someone who’s always calling her. (sem. domains: 4.2.8 - Humor.)

pinaluko [pinalukó] n To mock, trick, play bad jokes on. (sem. domains: 4.2.8 - Humor.)