Search results for "apok"

apok [ápok] 1n Distance travelled by something hit, blown or carried by waves (as of a ball when hit or a hat when blown or swept away by the waves). (sem. domains: 8.2.6.1 - Far.) 2n Long, good hit in a game with a bat. (sem. domains: 4.2.6.2.1 - Football, soccer.) 3v To be carried, blown, swept away by wind or waves (as of any object blown by wind or carried by waves); to spray, splatter, land somewhere depending on the size of the thing carried by the wind or waves. talsik Ing-apukan kami it taybo tong nagrayan kag dyip. We were sprayed with dust when the jeep passed by. Ing-apok kag inra baruto sa mayado. Their boat was carried away a great distance. (sem. domains: 1.3.2.4 - Wave, 1.1.3.1 - Wind, 7.3.2 - Move something in a direction.)

dyapoks [dyapóks] 1n Call girl; prostitute. (sem. domains: 2.6.2.3 - Sexual immorality.) 2v To be, work as a call girl or prostitute. (sem. domains: 2.6.2.3 - Sexual immorality.)

hapok [hapók] v To hit hard on the bottom, spank a child. (sem. domains: 4.7.7 - Punish.)

kado n 1Kapok tree; silk cotton tree. bulak-kahoi [The fibers from the seed pod are extensively used for stuffing pillows and mattresses and are excellent for these purposes. Employed in making life preservers. Kapok oil, an oil resembling that of cotton-seed is extracted from the kapok seeds. The oil is used for the manufacture of soap and as a substitute for cotton-seed oil. The young leaves are eaten as a leafy vegetable. They are very good sources of calcium and iron. The tender fruit is used as an emolient. The bark is employed as a vomitive. Brewd into a decoction it is regarded as a specific in febrile catarrh] Ceiba Pentandra 2Kapok, as of the cotton-like fiber, padding, used in pillows, cushions. (sem. domains: 1.5.1 - Tree.)

katapok [katapók] adj 1Rotted, decaying timber. marupok Nahuyog sida sa hagranan dahil katapok yaki kato. He fell down the stairs because it had already rotted without our noticing. (sem. domains: 6.6.3.2 - Wood, 8.3.7.8 - Decay.) 2Weak, low resistance to illness. mahina ang resistensya Aya gipakapatun-og dahil katapok ka it yawas sabaling magkasakit ka ray. Don’t go out in the night air because your body has low resistance and you might get sick again. (sem. domains: 2.4.2 - Weak, 2.5.2 - Disease.)

matapok [matapók] adj Weak; fragile (as of cloth, rope); tears breaks easily (as of weaving materials). marupok Matapok kaling ako nabakay nak pisi. The rope I bought was very weak.

tapok [tapók] adj Wears out quickly; won’t last long; nondurable. madaling masira Matapokey kag inra tamong dahil perming basa it ihi it mga anak. Their blanket won’t last long now because its always wet with their child’s urine.

usang pasong nak hapok [usáng pásong nak hapók] v Twenty-five hard hits which is severe punishment of unruly children (lit. one bag [kaban] 25 gantas of grain). (sem. domains: 7.7.1 - Hit.)

diposito₂ [dipósito] n 1The inner case of a cushion, pillow that holds the stuffing or filler (It is usually made of plain cloth, unbleached calico and may be filled with kádo "kapok"). (sem. domains: 5.1.1.3 - Bed.) 2Underground septic, sewage tank (as of the holding tank that allows the feces and water to separate and dissolve to form sludge). (sem. domains: 6.6.7.2 - Conveying water, 2.2.8 - Defecate, feces.)

adrisa [adrísa] n The vertical ropes which form the rigging of a boat to furl and unfurl the sails. tali, lubid Kag adrisa ay nautoy nak katapokey. The rigging of the boat was cut because it’s already worn out. syn: amanti. (sem. domains: 7.2.4.2.1 - Boat.)

hudong [húdong] vbt To move, shake, or sway back and forth (as of furniture, large, upright objects). uga Naghuhudong kag poste tong ingpapakando it mga kayaki kag mga waya it koryente. The pole was swaying back and forth when the men were fixing the power lines. Inghuhudong it mga anak kag kado agur mahuhuyog kag mga bunga. The children are shaking the kapok tree back and forth so that its fruit will fall off. (sem. domains: 1.2.1.7 - Earthquake, 7.3.2 - Move something in a direction.)

pokpok [pókpok] vt To beat; to pound an object with something. pokpok Ingpokpok nako’t bato kag nagyuyuaw nak lansang. I pounded the nail that was sticking out with a rock. Inapokpok it manogbunak kag yamit para mabay-an it buling. The washlady beats the clothes to remove the dirt. Ipangpokpok nako it lansang kaling bato dahil waya ako’t martilyo. I’ll use this rock to pound the nail because I don’t have a hammer. der. pamokpok