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atis [átis] n Fruit species with soft white flesh, shiney black seeds and a skin covered in lumpy hexagonal shapes and called a "sugar apple" or "small custard apple". átis Anona Squamosa (sem. domains: - Food from fruit.)

himor-ok [himor-ók] adj Well satisfied (as of food, happiness movie and view). (sem. domains: - Satiated, full.)

himur-ok [himúr-ok] 1vi To be satisfied. kuntento Waya gihapon sida nahimur-uki it sari-saring pagkaon nak gingtahaw sa ida. She still wasn’t satisfied with the different kind of food served to her. (sem. domains: - Happy.) 2v To be choked by something eaten. Maisot yangey sida nahimur-ukan it tong saging. He was nearly choked with the banana. syn: yuog, pur-ok. (sem. domains: 2.2.1 - Breathe, breath.)

hungot₁ [hungót] 1adj Satisfied with an accomplishment. Hungot sida sa ida trabaho. She is satisfied with her work. (sem. domains: - Enthusiastic, - Happy, - Interested.) 2vi To be, become satisfied with something (as of food eaten, work done, advice given). hungot Nahungot ako sa ida paliwanag tungor sa kapatawaran. I was satisfied with his explanation about forgiveness. (sem. domains: - Happy.) 3adj Sincere; wholehearted. Hungot sa ida buot kag ida bulig sa ako. Her help to me was wholehearted. syn: hungor sa buot, hugot sa buot. (sem. domains: - Tell the truth.)

kamatis₁ n Philippine tomatoes. kamatis [Philippine tomatoes are rather deficient in calcium but are good sources of iron and phosphorus. Tomatoes from American seeds and wild tomatoes are good source of iron and fairly good source of calcium, and good sources of vitamins A and B and an excellent source of vitamin C.] Lycopersicum Esculentum (sem. domains: 1.5 - Plant, - Food from fruit.)

kamatis₂ [kamátis] n Tomato. kamatis (sem. domains: - Food from fruit.)

kilatis [kilátis] n Carat measurement for gold; worth of person. kilatis Kataas it kilatis tong natakaw nidang kulintas. Her stolen necklace weighed many carats. (sem. domains: - Value.)

kilatisan [kilatísan] v To introduce prospective spouse to one's parents to see if he/she passes the standard of the parents. (sem. domains: - Meet a standard.)

kuntratista [kuntratísta] n Contractor in construction work. (sem. domains: 6 - Work and occupation.)

mabikti sa puno’t kamatis [mabíkti sa púnó t kamátis] idiom - Convert to subentry To suicide on a tomato bush. magpapatiwakal sa puno ng kamatis Siling ni Lito sa ida rayaga ay mabikti kuno sida sa puno’t kamatis pag indi gisabton. Lito said to his girlfriend that he would commit suicide on a tomato bush he said if he was refused.

matislok [matíslok] adj Light-fingered; pilfering; thief; stealing. magnanakaw Kali talagang si Ruel bakakoney gani, matislok pa. That Ruel is really a liar and light-fingered as well. syn: tislok 3, kupit.

nagmumurang kamatis [nagmumúrang kamátis] idiom - Convert to subentry An old woman dressed too young for her age (as of Eng “Mutton dressed up as lamb”, lit:“turn-green tomatoes”). Tuna mabiyuda si Flor pay siday nagmumurang kamatis. Since Flor became a widow she’s like mutton dressed up as lamb. [Probably wearing bright colours which are unacceptable as a woman ages.]

pag haluan it usang sira nak kamatis kag usang tik... [pag haluán it úsang sirâ nak kamátis kag úsang tik] say When one rotten tomato is mixed in a basket of good tomatoes all of them go rotten.

patis [patís] n Fish sauce. patís

rayuma [rayúma] n 1Gout. rayuma syn: yubat. (sem. domains: - Leg, - Pain.) 2Rheumatism; arthritis. (sem. domains: 2.5.5 - Cause of disease.)

satispitso [satispítso] adj Satisfied; contented. kuntento Bukong gador sida satispitso sa naging resulta it eksamen. He is not really satisfied with the results of the examination. Satispitsoey ra si Cora sa tuyar kaling buhay. Cora is already satisfied with this kind of life. syn: kuntento 2.

tagnatis [tagnátis] (irreg. infl. tignatis) n Round yellow bananas latundan Kalasang iyakot sa salad kag tagnatis. It’s very delicious to add the round yellow bananas into salads. syn: tunran.

tignatis₁ [tignátis] n Banana sp.kind of small yellow one. (sem. domains: - Food from plants.)

tignatis₂ [tignátis] irreg. infl. of tagnatis

tipayi [tipayî] 11.1sta To turn one’s foot, ankle accidently on something. natisod Napatipayo ako pagkasakro it ako siki sa bato. I turned my foot on the stone that I tripped over. 22.1vi To collapse; to go over on one’s feet; to give way underneath; to overbalance (as of a folding bed collapsing, wearing high heels). Napatipayo si Neysa sa hagran dahil kataas kag buoy it ida sapatos. Neysa overbalanced on the stairs since the heels of her shoes are too high.

yatis [yátis] (irreg. infl. yati) excl To resent a missed opportunity; to be disappointed; Oh blow! too bad! Yatis waya ako nakanunot pa Baguio. Too bad I wasn’t able to go with them to Baguio.

bangkay-bangkay [bangkay-bangkáy] n Plant species whose bark has medicinal uses in treating rheumatism. Maadong buyong sa rayuma kag bangkay-bangkay. Its good for rheumatism this medicinal plant. [One first grills, broils the bark then crushes it and mixes it with warmed oil. This is wrapped around sore joints overnight.] (sem. domains: - Medicinal plants.)

busog [busóg] 1adj Full, satisfied with food (as of after eating). (sem. domains: - Satiated, full.) 2v To be full, satisfied with food (as of after eating). (sem. domains: - Satiated, full.) 3adj Full of, loaded with fruit, grain (as of a mango tree, head of grain). Kag bunga it mangga ay busog it unor. The fruit of mango trees is full. (sem. domains: - Food from plants, 8.1.8 - Full.) comp. busogey kag ako waswit , der. busog-busog , der. kabusgan

busogey kag ako waswit [busogéy kag ákò wáswit] (comp. of busog, ey, ako, waswit) n My wife, sweetheart's pregnant (as of being satisfied sexually and as a woman). [lit. mine sated-already] (sem. domains: - Pregnancy.)

huytok [húytok] 1adj Full, sated, satisfied, have enough (as of after eating food). busog Kaling apas ay pagkahuytokey ay waya pa natungon it kaon. This child is satisfied already and yet doesn’t stop eating. (sem. domains: - Satiated, full.) 2v To be full, satisfied, have enough (as of after eating food). (sem. domains: - Satiated, full.) 3v To be satisfied, have enough of something (as of foods which had been given or eaten). (sem. domains: 8.1.7 - Enough, - Satiated, full.)
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