Search results for "bakoy"

bakoy [bákoy] vt To hit, beat somebody, something with an object, usually a stick; to hit a ball with a bat. pumalò Abakuyon nida kag bola it pamakoy. He’ll hit the ball with a bat. syn: tikok, pukoy, lampos 2.1. (sem. domains: 7.7.1 - Hit.) comp. bakoy-kuyon , der. bakoy-bakuyan , der. pamakoy , der. pambakoy

bakoy-bakuyan [bakoy-bakuyán] (der. of bakoy) n Game of hitting an earthenware pot of candy or coins with a stick, while blindfolded, until it is broken and the contents are grabbed by anyone nearby. (sem. domains: 4.2.6.1 - Game.)

bakoy-kuyon [bákoy-kúyon] (comp. of bakoy, kuyon) n Game of hitting an earthenware pot of candy or coins with a stick, while blindfolded, until it is broken and the contents are grabbed by anyone nearby. [The Spanish term is piñáta.] (sem. domains: 4.2.6.1 - Game.)

nakabakoy it hayo [nakabákoy it hayó] idiom - Convert to subentry Made a good catch; hit the jackpot (lit: hit the lizard, as of a fat source of supply, money, etc.). nakapalo ng buwaya Kayaman tong ida asawa kada pay nakabakoy sida it hayo. Her husband is rich so it seems like he made a good catch.

pambakoy [pambákoy] (der. of bakoy) v To hit hard with a stick or bat. (sem. domains: 7.7.1 - Hit.)

lampos [lámpos] 11.1vbt To hit somebody, something with an object; beat; pound. palo, hampas Inglamposan nako kag baktin sa ida ngoso it planggana. I hit the pig on his snout with the wash basin. Inglampos nako sa bato kag luway agor mababay-an it buyak. I pounded the broom grass against the rock so as to remove the flowers. 22.1vi To drop things with force or in anger. hampas syn: tikok, bakoy, pukoy.

pukoy [pukóy] vt To hit, box somebody. pokpok, pukol Ingpukoy nida it silhig kag iro kada nag-iwik. She hit the dog with the broom that’s why it made a loud cry. syn: tikok, bakoy, lampos 2.1. (sem. domains: 7.7.1 - Hit.)

tikok₂ [tikók] v To hit, slap. batok Atikukan tan-a nako tong baktin ugaling ay umabot si Enteng. I was about to hit the pig but Enting arrived. syn: bakoy, pukoy, lampos 2.1. (sem. domains: 7.7.1 - Hit.)

busa [búsà] part 1Because; therefore; that's why (as in alibi, excuse). kasi Waya busa ako girayan sa ida dati. That's why I didn’t bother to go by her place before. Mabakay ako it buyong, masakit busa kaling ako anak. I’ll buy medicine because this child of mine is sick. (sem. domains: 9.6.2.5.1 - Reason.) 2It's your fault (as of for something wrong). kasi Imo busa ingpaidamo kag mga anak sa karsada kada igwa’t naligis it dyip. It’s your fault a child was run over by the jeep because you let them play in the road. Sida busa’y nunot-nunot, kada ya ako gibatuna. It’s his own fault for coming along so I wasn’t accepted. Ikaw busa’y kaon-kaon it hilaw nak badabas kada nahaprusan ka it bituka. It’s your own fault you have a stomach ache because you ate the unripe guavas. Imo busa imbakoy kag iro kadâ kinagat ka. It’s your fault for hitting the dog, so it bit you. Busa imong bakoy kag iro kada kinagat ka. Because you hit the dog therefore it bit you. (sem. domains: 3.5.1.8.1 - Blame.)

dipensa [dipénsa] 1n Defense; defending means (as of an object, words or actions). (sem. domains: 4.8.2.4 - Defend, 4.7.5.4 - Defend against accusation.) 2v To defend somebody (as of by speech or actions). Naunahan ni Henry it bakoy katong ida kaaway sa pagdepensa nida sa ida sarili. Henry was the first one to hit his opponent in order to defend himself. (sem. domains: 4.8.2.4 - Defend, 4.7.5.4 - Defend against accusation.) 3v A brace, cross-brace, as in building support. (sem. domains: 6.5.2 - Parts of a building, 6.5.3.1 - Building equipment and maintenance.) der. manugdipensa , der. pagdipensa , der. pangdipensa

muyat₁ [múyat] 11.1vbt To look at something; to watch something (such as a movie show); to inspect or examin. tingin, titig Waya sida gustong muyatan. She doesn’t like to be looked at. 22.1vbt To allow somebody to look at something; to show something to somebody; to have somebody inspect something. Apamuyatan nako kag ako niyaya sa nanay. I will show my weaving to mother. 33.1vbt To look after something; to take care of something; to look into a matter or situation. Muyati anay kaling bayay habang waya ako. Look after the house for a while while I’m not here. 44.1saying - Convert to subentry Did not take notice of something; unmindful of something; unaware of something. Wayaey sa ida pagmuyat kinang ida anak nak bitbit dahil nawiwili sida’t kaistorya. He didn’t take any notice of his child because he was so involved in his conversation. 55.1excl See hah! Hay muyating nahuyog kinang imo raya sa karali-rali. Hah see, your things fell when you hurried. 66.1v “Let me see.” 77.1vbt To go for a medical check-up; to have a doctor examine somebody. Ingpamuyatan nako katong anak sa doktor. I will have the child examined by the doctor. Waya namuyati it doktor kag anak. The doctor didn’t examine the child. 88.1vt To treat somebody to a movie; to take somebody to see, watch something (as of TV, games, a dance). Ingpamuyat nako sida it sini. I will treat you to a movie. 99.1vbt To wait to see the outcome of something; “We’ll see if...”’ Amuyatan nako kung makanunot sa imo. I’ll see if I can go with you. Amuyatan nato kung mapipirde nimo ako! We’ll see if you can defeat me! 1010.1n Respect for others; treatment of others (lit. look). Pay waya’t pagmuyat sa imo maguyang. It’s like you have no respect for your elders. Kayain kag ida pagmuyat sa ako. His treatment (lit. looking) at me was bad. 10.2vbt To show respect for somebody (lit. to look at). Waya nida gimumuyati kag ida mga maguyang. He doesn’t respect his parents. 10.3saying - Convert to subentry To lose respect, love for somebody. Nawaya ka ako pagmuyat sa ako nobyo. I lost all feeling for my boyfriend. 1111.1n Viewing place; vantage point (from which to see, view something). Igwa’t maadong muyatan it pabayle kang Nang Taling. There is a good place to watch the dance from at Aunty Taling’s. 1212.1adj Looks beautiful; nice to watch, look at. Kaganda sida gigmuyatan hina sa ida baro. She looks beautiful in that dress. 1313.1n A person’s look, facial expression. Kag ida muyat ay kasubo. He looks like he’s grieving. 1414.1saying - Convert to subentry A look which has evil intent, purpose. Kinang tawo ay kayain ka ida muyat sa ako. That person looked at me with an evil purpose. 1515.1n One’s opinion about something; comment; suggestion about something; (lit ‘in my sight’); ‘seems to me’. Nio sa imo muyat kag maadong humanon? What is your opinion about this nice thing that was made? 1616.1n Sight; vision; insight. Karuyomey kag ako pangmuyat. My vision is very dim. Marayom kag ida pangmuyat sa mga bagay-bagay nak natabo ngasing nak panahon. He has deep insight into what is happening in these times. 1717.1saying - Convert to subentry To have little hope (lit.‘his sight is very small’). 1818.1saying - Convert to subentry Good taste in clothes, decorating, etc. Maadong pangmuyat sida sa mga klase it baro. 1919.1saying - Convert to subentry To lose control of one’s anger, temper. (lit‘his sight became dark’). Nagruyom kag ida pangmuyat kada ida nabakoy katong ida asawa. He lost his temper (lit sight became dark) therefore he hit his wife. 2020.1adj A person who doesn’t want to be seen or looked at; shy; a snob; somebody who is very possessive; somebody who easily gets angry.

pahimot₁ [pahímot] v To threaten somebody; grudge; long standing hatred, desire for reverenge. tanim ng galit Inggwa it pahimot tong ida kaaway nak pag makita sida ay alabuon kuno. His enemy made a treat that if he sees him he will stab him. Si Noli ay impapahimutan it ida kaaway dahil imbakoy nida tong inra iro ag ingkaon. Noli’s enemy has a grudge to get revenge on him because he beat their dog and ate it.

panglatigo [panglatigó] (der. of latigo) n Whip, cane, stick for hitting animals (as of to chastise with). Nabali tong panglatigo ni Danny habang ingbabakoy tong karabaw. Danny’s cane was broken while he was hitting the carabao. (sem. domains: 4.7.7 - Punish.)

payusot-yusot [payusot-yúsot] v To fumble ball passing it back and forth in a game. Nakahom tong nagbakoy it bola dahil nagpayusot-yusot kag bola nak waya nasambat. The batter had a home run upon striking the ball because the ball was not caught and then fumbled passing it back and forth between the players.

ungot₁ [úngot] 1v To do something forcefully (as of scolding, pinching, hitting, biting somebody); to force somebody to do something. nagngangalit ang bagang Naguungot pa si Diomedes tong ingbakoy si Imelda it silhig. Diomedes hit Imelda forcefully with a broom. (sem. domains: 3.3.3.5 - Compel.) 2v To want to pinch somebody (as when they are fat, when one is angry). (sem. domains: 3.3.3.6 - Control.) 3n The high pitched cry, tantrum of an angry person that wants something badly. (sem. domains: 3.3.3.4 - Insist.)

yadog₂ [yádog] 1adj Long distance, far away, away from a certain place (as when throwing something). malayo Kayadog kag natugpaan it tong bola pagbakoy nida. The ball went for a long distance when he hit it. syn: tawin. (sem. domains: 8.2.6.1 - Far.) 2v To make something go a long distance, far away. (sem. domains: 8.2.6.1 - Far.)