apas [ápas] 1n Rascally, mischievious children; endearment for children. anak, bata Tong apas ay waya it modong gador. That rascally child has no manners at all. [A colloquial term of affection and slight annoyance for rascally, mischievous children.] (sem. domains: 184.108.40.206 - Child.) 2v To act childishly, immaturely, irresponsibly. Asing pay apas pa gihapon sida gihiwas? Why is it that he still acts like a child? (sem. domains: 220.127.116.11.1 - Immature in behavior.) 3v To follow, go after somebody (as of a child after their mother). (sem. domains: 18.104.22.168 - Follow.) der. paapas
Search results for "apas"
buko mapasalamaton [bukô mapasalamatón] (comp. of buko₂, salamat) adj Ungrateful; not thankful. [lit: not thankful] hindi marunong magpasalamat, walang utang na loob Si Tonying ay buko mapasalamaton aber anong kaaduhan kag imo ipakita. Tonying is ungrateful even if you have already shown him kindness. (sem. domains: 22.214.171.124.1 - Thank.)
gapas₂ [gápas] n 1Plant species; wild cotton which produces soft cotton fibres in a pod, and whose leaves etc. have medicinal uses. bulak-kastila [The leaves of this plant are used medicinally. The Arabs use the juice for colic and act as a lactagogue. In India the leaves are used for dysentery, and in Cambodia for fevers. The roots are diuretic and are more active than the leaves. It is said to be an excellent emmenagogue, and can take the place of ergot in childbirth, which it accelerates. It is also an abortifacient. The leaves are made into cloth.] Gossypium Brasiliense (sem. domains: 126.96.36.199 - Medicinal plants.) 2Cotton; cotton wool, dressing (as of the soft material used to apply medicines, clean and pad wounds, and to clean one's skin of makeup etc.). (sem. domains: 2.5.7 - Treat disease, 188.8.131.52 - Plant product, 5.6 - Cleaning.)
in v To check-in, sign-in in person for one’s pay. napasok Ngasing pa yang ako nain sa trabaho tuna tong ako ay nag-aplay, usang buyaney kag nakalipas. It’s only now that I checked-in at work but one month has passed since when I applied. (sem. domains: 184.108.40.206 - Opportunity, 6.1 - Work, 220.127.116.11.5 - Fashionable.)
lapas₁ [lapás] time After an event is over, past. pagkatapos Sa lapasey it pista mabalik kag bisita sa Maynila. The visitors will return to Manila after the fiesta is over.
lapas₂ [lápas] vt To break a law. suway, labag Naghuman sinra it layi pero sinra ka naglalapas. They made the law but they are also the ones breaking it.
mahanrom nak mapasaako v To covet something for oneself. Siling ni Meldy mahanrom nak mapasaako kag mga kayamanan it gobyerno. Meldy said she will covet the riches of the government for herself.
mapapasaako [mapapasaáko] 1.1idiom - Convert to subentry Within me; come, go to me. mapapasaakin Sa ako pagpangamuyo sa Ida ay pay mapapasaako kag Ispiritu Santo. When I prayed to Him it seemed like the Holy Spirit came within me. Sa karugayon ay mapapasaako ra kinang ako mga manahon. In the long run my inheritance will come to me.
nakapasa [nakapasá] v To pass an examination. nakapasa Nakapasa ako sa eksamin nak para sa maestra. I passed the board exam for teachers.
napapasahe [napapasahê] adj Unusual ways and looks; different. Si Bonnie ay napapasahe sa ida mga hali dahil sida ay maputi. Bonnie is different from her sisters because she has white skin.
napasa ako damot [nápasa ákò damót] idiom - Convert to subentry Fell into my arms (lit: passed to my arms, hands-as of a victory). napasa aking kamay Siling ni David, “Sa wakas napasa ako damot kag ako gustong rayaga.” David said, “At last the girl I loved fell into my arms.”
napasahi [napasahî] adj Unique; one of a kind ibang-iba, bukod tangi Kag ida magandang trabaho ay napasahi sa tanan nidang kaklase kada sida ay napuri ni Mam. His work has a unique style than his other classmates that’s why he was praised by the teacher.
napaukaw it tibaw [napaukáw it tíbaw] idiom - Convert to subentry To give a loud cry of disappointment, fear (lit: yell-in-response with crying). napasigaw ng iyak Kag mga pasahero it eroplano ay napaukaw it tibaw tong masunog kali. The passengers of the airplane cried out loudly when it caught on fire.
paapas [pa-ápas] (der. of apas) 1n A late addition, arrival; something which follows, arrives after something else. (sem. domains: 18.104.22.168 - Add to something.) 2v To hurriedly prepare by adding something later (as of more food for visitors). pahabol Nagpaapas it kaydo si Norma dahil karamong nag-abot nak bisita. Norma hurriedly cooked more rice because many visitors arrived. (sem. domains: 22.214.171.124 - Add to something.) 3v To make somebody follow, go after somebody else; to send something on after somebody. (sem. domains: 7.2.8 - Send someone, 126.96.36.199 - Send.)
papas₁ [pápas] v Razed by fire, war. naabo Abang kalisor it pamilya Banal nak tanan ninrang naipundar ay napapas. Banal’s family was so depressed that all their acquired properties were razed by fire.
papas₂ [pápas] v Used-up, none left; died out (as of plants). nalagas Napapas kag mga buyak it mangga it sobrang kusog nak hangin. Nothing was left of the flowers on the mango tree because of strong wind.
pasipala₁ [pasipalá] v To rebel, blaspheme against elders, God. bastusin Indi nato dapat nak pasipalahan kag Ginoo sa mga mayain nak natatabo sa ato kabuhi. We musn’t blaspheme the Lord for bad things that happen in our lives.