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anam [anám] vi 1To grow taller or bigger (of plants, people or a tumor). Nag-anam it gulpi kag tanom pagkaabuno. The plants grew suddenly when fertilized. (sem. domains: 8.2 - Big, 8.2.2.2 - Tall, 1.5.6 - Growth of plants, 2.6.4.6 - Grow, get bigger.) 2To increase, rise in amount, price. Nag-anam it diyes sentimos kag presyo it bugas sa inra tinrahan. The price of rice in their shop was increased by 10 centavos. syn: karato-rato, tubo. (sem. domains: 6.8.4.3.1 - Expensive, 8.1.4.2 - Increase.) der. kaanam

kaanam [ka-ánam] (der. of ka-(R), anam) adj Having the quality of rapid expansion or growth. Kaanam kag ako bugas nak nabakay. The rice I bought expands rapidly. Kaanam si Cliff kaysa sa ida mga katyarongan. Cliff is growing faster than the other children his age. (sem. domains: 8.2 - Big, 8.1.4.2 - Increase.)

kananam [kananám] (irreg. infl. mananam) adj Tasty. masarap Kananam kag busoy it yangkang hinog kung ingyayaga. The seeds of the ripe jackfruit are tasty if boiled. (sem. domains: 2.3.3 - Taste.)

maanam [maánam] adj Fast growing; increasing size. Rice puffs up goes far when cooked. maalsa Kaling bugas nak bag-ohan ay maanam gikayduhon. This newly harvested rice increases a lot when cooked. Mas maanam kag kabadi sa kayaki. Women are faster growing than men. (sem. domains: 5.2.3.1.1 - Food from seeds.)

mainit it uyo pay nagpapanamkon [maínit it úyo pay nagpapanámkon] idiom - Convert to subentry Temperamental, hot tempered like newly conceived, pregnant woman (lit:“hot head seems to have conceived”). mainit ang ulong parang naglilihi Mainit it uyo si Emma nak pay nagpapanamkon dahil waya ray it kwarta. Emma is hot tempered like a woman who has newly conceived, because she has no money again.

manamit [manámit] adj Tasty, good, sweet (as of fish, etc.). Kag yuto ni Julie permi ay manamit kada karagko kami it kaon. Julie’s cooked dishes are always tasty that’s why we eat a lot.

manampuyok [manampuyók] n Fish sp., African Lionfish. Pterois mombasae (Kuiter). (sem. domains: 1.6.1.5 - Fish.)

manamsi [manámsi] n Fish species; tiny fish 3cm long, and silver in color. They are often pickled and wrapped in banana, coconut leaf for cooking. (sem. domains: 1.6.1.5 - Fish.)

mananam₁ [mananám] irreg. infl. of kananam

mananam₂ [mananám] 1adj Tasty oily foods (as of peanuts, coconut, pork crackling etc.). (sem. domains: 5.2.3 - Types of food.) 2n Good tasting flesh of root crops. (sem. domains: 5.2.3 - Types of food.)

manog-hula it pananamgo [manog-húla it pananámgo] n Interpreter, foreteller of dreams (as of psychic ability).

manog-pitlo it pananamgo [manog-pítlò it pananámgo] n Interpreter of dreams (as of psychic ability). manghuhula Si Jose kag manog-pitlo it pananamgo tong sida ay hagto’y sa Ehipto. Jose was the one who interpreted dreams when he was in Egypt.

manog-tuo [manog-túo] n Believer. mananámpalatayá

matinuuhon [matinuúhon] adj Reverent; believes easily; with lots of faith. puno nang pananampalataya Sida it Nanay nak matinuuhon. She’s a mother with lots of faith.

nanam [nanám] adj Smooth, creamy texture of food. nanam Abang nanam raw kag hinog nak tisa. Ripe “tisa” fruit is so very creamy in texture.

pamaruan [pamarûan] adj Outfit; clothes. pananamit

panam-puay [panám-puay] v To prof, hold one's hand on chin, heads on one's hand. (sem. domains: 7.1.5 - Bow.)

panambitan [panambítan] v To wail, lament with words, song (as of somebody in great trouble, grief). panaghoy Nagsuor si Jake mayungot sa pantyon para marunggan kag panambitan. Jake went near the tomb so that he could hear the mailing.

panambiton [panambíton] 1n Words said in lamentation. 2vi To lament. panambitan Ramo kag napatibaw pagpanambiton nida. When she lamented over the dead, many were moved to cry.

panambo [panámbò] (der. of tambo) v To gather bamboo shoots. (sem. domains: 6.2.5.4 - Plant product.)

panamda [panamdâ] n Spices; flavourings. rekado

panamhor [panámhor] v To wipe a table clean after a meal. punasan ang misa Apanamhoran kina’t maado ha? You wipe the table after the meal very well, ha? (sem. domains: 5.6 - Cleaning.)

panamkon [panámkon] vi To conceive; to show signs of early pregnancy. naglílihí

panampu-ay [panampu-ay] v Head resting in hand under chin (indicates having a problem, pensive). (sem. domains: 7.1.7.1 - Relaxed posture.)

pananamgo₁ (der. of ramgo) n Dream.
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