Search results for "anak"

abandonadong anak [abandonádong anák] (comp. of abandonado, anak) nom Street child; homeless child. [lit: abandoned child] Karamong abandonadong anak kag waya’t istaran. There are many street children who don’t have a place to live in. (sem. domains: 2.6.4.2 - Child.)

abang tugas it uyo [abáng tugás it úyo] (comp. of tugas) id Stubborn; hard headed. [lit: very hard of head] Abang tugas it uyo ag indi mabaoy it usang bisaya tong putong anak nina Gemma. The youngest child of Gemma is stubborn and can't be swayed by anything. (sem. domains: 3.3.1.7 - Stubborn.)

abara [abára] n A medicinal powder of beige color used to stop vomiting or diarrhoea. Ako ay nagbakay it abara para ibuyong sa ako anak nak nagsuka. I bought the medicinal powder for treating my child when he vomited. [It is also said to improve libido and sexual performance.] (sem. domains: 2.5.7.5 - Traditional medicine.)

abit [abít] 1vt To hang something on, over, from one's shoulder (as of a handbag or a sling for a baby or broken arm). idinuyan Ing-abit nida sa tamong kag anak mayungot sa gaha. She put the baby in the blanket cradle close to the window. [A baby sling is made of heavy cloth hung over one shoulder or draped across the body from one shoulder. The baby may be carried in the front, side or back.] (sem. domains: 2.5.7 - Treat disease, 2.6.4.1.1 - Care for a baby, 7.3.2.4.1 - Hang.) 2vt To hang up a baby hammock in a house. [A baby's cradle is a hammock made of a blanket, rattan or rope which is hung up at just one point on either end.] (sem. domains: 2.6.4.1.1 - Care for a baby, 7.3.2.4.1 - Hang.) 3v To get ready to leave, go out by getting one's bag (as of putting one's bag on one's shoulder or under one's arm, or putting a bumbag on one's waist or a baby in a carrier on one's body). (sem. domains: 5.3.2 - Women's clothing, 6.1.2.6 - Prepare.) der. abit-abit , der. abitan

abswelto [abswélto] v To acquit . abswelto Si Imelda ay naabswelto sa ida mga kaso nak pagpanakaw. Imelda was acquitted on her case of racketeering. (sem. domains: 4.7.5.8 - Vindicate.)

abugado [abugádo/abugáda] 1n Lawyer; attorney; solicitor; barrister. [male/female] (sem. domains: 4.7.4.1 - Legal personnel.) 2vt To become a lawyer, attorney, solicitor, barrister. [male/female] abugado Ingpaabugado nida kag ida maayo nak anak. He let his brilliant child become a lawyer. (sem. domains: 4.7.4.1 - Legal personnel.) der. paabugado

abuso [abúso] (dial. var. abusado) 1adj Abusive; presumptuous; taking advantage of somebody or some privilege. (sem. domains: 4.1.6 - Disunity, 4.3.4.1 - Do evil to.) 2vi To abuse, be presumptuous, take advantage of somebody or some privilege. abuso Maabuso kag anak it paghagar it kuwarta kung imo apasugtan it tao. The child will abuse us by asking for money if we don’t limit the giving of money to him. Ingabuso it tawo kag kabuot it tong maguyang nak negosyante. The man abused the kindness of the old businessman. syn: hinaom, nanali. (sem. domains: 4.1.6 - Disunity, 4.3.4.1 - Do evil to.) der. abusador

abyerto [abyérto] (der. of abri) adj Open (as of a window etc). bukas Abyerto kag inra hagran kada nakasuyor kag mananakaw. Their door was open that’s why the thieves were able to get in. (sem. domains: 7.3.6 - Open.)

adap₂ [adáp] v To adopt a child. Maadap yangey sinrang mag-asawa it anak dahil waya sinra nagkaanak. The couple will just adopt a child because they didn’t have a child. (sem. domains: 4.1.9.6 - Adopt.) der. adapon , der. paadap

adapon [adapón] (der. of adap) adj Likable; good enough to adopt (as when jokingly referring to somebody's good work making them nice enough to adopt) Ikaw talaga ay mahugor nak anak, maganda kang adapon. You really are an industrious child you’re performance was marvellous. (sem. domains: 3.4.1.1 - Like, love.)

adutong [adútong] n Nipple; teat (as of on a person or animal). utong Nahihirapan magsuso tong anak sa nanay dahil kag ida adutong ay uslopon.
The child finds it hard to suck his mother’s nipple because it’s short.
(sem. domains: 2.1.2 - Torso, 1.6.2 - Parts of an animal.)

agit-agit [agit-agít] 1v To tease, mock, provoke somebody into a fight. kinukulit Aya giagit-agita kinang anak para indi magtibaw. Don’t tease the child so it won’t cry. (sem. domains: 3.5.1.8.3 - Mock.) 2v To flirt with somebody. (sem. domains: 2.6.2.2 - Attract sexually.) 3adj On-and-off especially of rain (as if it's teasing one and preventing washing from drying etc.). Agit-agit kag uyan. The rain is just on and off. (sem. domains: 8.4.5.1.5 - Regular, 1.1.3.3 - Rain.)

agkay [ágkay] v To lead, hold the hand of somebody as one walks (as of keeping a child safe, showing affection, guiding a patient or elderly relative). akáyin, akay Ako Ing-agkay kag anak agor indi mawagit. I led the child by the hand so that she wouldn’t get lost. Nag-agkayan sinra pagpanaw sa tulay. They held hands walking across the bridge. (sem. domains: 7.2.5.3 - Guide.)

agor [agór] conj In order to; so that; for the purpose of; just to. para Agor indi magutom ka mga anak, nagraya kami it tinapay. In order for the children not to be hungry we brought some bread with us. Ingsiling nida agor yang apahangiton ikaw. She said that just to make you angry. syn: adong, para 2.1. (sem. domains: 9.2.5 - Conjunctions.)

agunisar [agunísar] vi To gasp, be short of breath or breathless in agony (as of when one is in great pain and about to die). kinakapos ang paghinga Nag-agunisar tong naligis nak anak bag-o namatay. The child cried in agony before he died after being run over. (sem. domains: 2.2.1 - Breathe, breath.)

ahat [ahát] 1part Barely or hardly able to do something (as of doing something with difficulty). hirap dumilat Ahat makamukyat si Rose sa sobrang tungka. Rose could hardly keep her eyes open because she’s so sleepy. (sem. domains: 9.3 - Very.) 2vt To insist, compel, force somebody to do something. nagpilit Ing-ahat it nanay kag anak nak magtumar it buyong. The mother forced the child to take the medicine. Nag-ahat sida magsimba aber ingsasagnat sida. She forced herself to go to church even though she was feverish. (sem. domains: 3.3.3.5 - Compel.) der. ahat-ahat

akusar [akusár] v To sue, accuse somebody in court. Si Kilis ay ing-akusar ni Jun tong maabutan nak nagpanakaw it sinakong bugas. Kilis was accused by Jun when he saw him stealing sack of rice. syn: habla, sana, banran. (sem. domains: 4.7.5.3 - Accuse, confront.)

alaga [alágà] 1n One that’s being taken care of (as of a pet animal or a person e.g. child, elderly or sick person). Kag ako alaga nak anak ay marakoey. The child that I’m taking care is already grown-up. syn: alila 1. (sem. domains: 6.2 - Agriculture, 4.3.4 - Do good to, 6.3.1 - Domesticated animal.) 2vbt To care for something or somebody (as of a pet animal or a person e.g. child, elderly or sick person). alaga Ing-alagaan sida it ida lola. He was cared for by his grandmother. (sem. domains: 6.2 - Agriculture, 4.3.4 - Do good to, 6.3.1 - Domesticated animal.) der. paalaga

alila [alílà] 1n A pet (as of a pet animal). alaga Igwa ako’t alila nak pikoy. I have a pet parrot. syn: alaga 1. (sem. domains: 1.6.1 - Types of animals.) 2n A slave, servant. (sem. domains: 4.5.4.4 - Slave.) 3vt To act like a servant in taking care of something (as of things, animals or people). Katong ilo nak anak ay ingpaalila sa ida ibang hali. They had the orphan child taken care of by her other relatives. (sem. domains: 3.4.2.4.1 - Worried.) der. paalila

aliluya [alilúya] 1excl Hallelujah; Alleluja. Nagkanta it aliluya kag mga anak pagsuyor ni Hesus sa Herusalem. The children sang hallelujah to Jesus when he entered Jerusalem. [This means "praise God" in Hebrew.] (sem. domains: 4.9.5.3 - Worship.) 2v To sing praises to God; to sing hallelujah. Halleluyah (sem. domains: 4.9.5.3 - Worship.)

almanaki [almanáki] n A book called an almanac that is produced yearly to give information on weather and the "right times" to do things during the year (e.g. when farmers should plant, when fishermen should fish for certain fish, and when to move into a new house). (sem. domains: 8.4 - Time.)

am [am] n Rice which has been finely ground until it is powder-like, that is cooked to a watery consistency to use as a milk substitute for babies. Masustansiya kag am nak ipakaon sa anak. The water off cooking rice is nutritious to be fed to a child. [If the family can afford it, a desertspoonful of milk will be mixed into this mixture.] (sem. domains: 5.2.3.6 - Beverage, 2.6.4.1.1 - Care for a baby.)

amat-amat [amat-ámat] (der. of amat) 1adv Little by little; gradually. paunti-unti, inot-inot syn: inot-inot 2. (sem. domains: 8.4.8.2 - Slow.) 2v To do something little-by-little, gradually. paunti-unti Maamat-amatey kami it human it bayay habang waya pa it anak. We will start little by little in building a house while we don’t have a child yet. (sem. domains: 8.4.8.2 - Slow.)

anak [anák] 1n Child; baby; son; daughter (as of any age). [As of S, D i.e. a lineal descendant of any gender one generation below somebody (-1).] (sem. domains: 2.6.4.2 - Child, 4.1.9.1.4 - Son, daughter.) 2interj Child; my child; son; daughter. [term of address] (sem. domains: 9.7.1.7 - Terms of endearment.) 3vt To give birth. Nag-anak kag amo uning it tatlong bilog. Our cat gave birth to three (kittens). Ging-anak ako sa Mindoro tong 1947. I was born on Mindoro in 1947. Permi sidang nagbalik-balik sa ida ging-anakan. She’s always returning to the place she was born. (sem. domains: 2.6.3 - Birth.) comp. abandonadong anak , comp. dios nak anak , der. anak-anak , der. anak-ának , der. anak-anakon , der. inanak , der. paanak , der. paanakon , id. anak sa bunyag , id. anak sa kasay , id. anak sa liwas , id. masyarong anak

anak sa bunyag [anák sa búnyag] (id. of anak, bunyag) n Baptismal godchild (as of a pseudo-kin relationship formed at baptism). [lit: child at baptism] ináanák [A child becomes the godchild of chosen male and female friends of the parents. These become kumpádre/kumádre "fellow parents" of the baby's parents, and nínong/nínang "godfather/godmother" of the child at the time when the child undergoes Christian baptism.] syn: kugos 2. (sem. domains: 4.1.7 - Begin a relationship, 2.6.4.2 - Child, 4.1.9 - Kinship.)