Search results for "inoy"

inoy [ínoy] neg Don’t. huwag syn: aya, hinugay. (sem. domains: - No, not.)

maninoy [manínoy] n A godfather. ninong Mapagto ako sa ako maninoy sa Paskwa. I’ll go to my godfather on Christmas. syn: ninong.

pinoy [pínoy] n Fertilized hen's egg which is cooked and eaten (as of in the very early stages of development before any chicken is obvious). [The contents become firm and red when cooked. A later stage of egg development produces the balút.] (sem. domains: - Egg dishes.)

aya [ayâ] neg Don’t!; don't do that!; stop that!. huwag syn: inoy, hinugay. (sem. domains: - No, not.) comp. ay Toto aya ako giistoryahe haliney ako hina , comp. aya anay , comp. aya anay yang , comp. aya gipaibha sinra

hinugay [hinúgay] neg Don’t (as of a command). huwag nga Hinugay baga kamo it pinanaw kung gab-i dahil dilikado sa ngasing nak maruyom. Please don’t walk about outside at night because it’s dangerous these days because it’s dark. syn: inoy, aya. (sem. domains: - React, respond, - No, not, 3.6.1 - Show, explain.)

ninong [nínong] n Godfather (male sponsor at a baptism or wedding). nínong (sa binyág; kumpil) syn: maninoy.

hukyab [húkyab] vt 1To come apart (as of shoes in water). (sem. domains: 7.8 - Divide into pieces, 7.9 - Break, wear out.) 2To pry something off, apart (as of something that is stuck, nailed or pasted on somewhere). tingkab Ginghukyab pa ni Tinoy tong inra sira it banyo dahil indi maaabrehan. Tinoy pryed off the door of their bathroom because it can’t be opened. (sem. domains: 7.3.6 - Open, 7.8 - Divide into pieces.)

koykoy₂ [kóykoy] 1n Whooping cough; chronic cough. (sem. domains: 2.5.2 - Disease.) 2vi To have whooping cough; to cough with whooping cough. karga Waya nakatuyugi kag anak it gab-i dahil nagkinoykoy. The child couldn’t sleep last night because he was coughing with whooping cough. syn: rasoy 1. (sem. domains: 2.5.2 - Disease.)

pangyada [pangyáda] v To fish with single circular throw-net. Nagpangyada si Dinoy para inggwa sinra it suya. Dinoy fished with single circular throw net so they would have viand to eat.

pilir [pílir] n Filler for wooden furniture, refill for a ball point pen. Pagkatapos lihaan ni Tinoy kag lamesa ay ina pahiran anay nida it pilir kag mga buho. After Tinoy has smoothed the table with sandpaper he rubs wood filler into the holes.

puasa₁ [puása] vi To fast; abstain. mag-ayúno Si Ninoy ay nagpuasa it pagkaon sa sakop it kwarenta diyas. Ninoy fasted for forty days.

sikway₁ [sikwáy] v To reject somebody. isumpa Si Pinoy ay ingsikway it mga maguyang dahil suwail nak anak. Pinoy was rejected by his parents because the child is the “black sheep” of the family.

silaw [sílaw] v 1To glare or shine (as of a bright light on the sun). silaw Ingpasilawan ni Tinoy it linti tong iro para indi sida’g kagton. Tinoy let the flashlite shine on the dog so he wouldn’t be bitten. Nagsisilaw kag koryente sa karsada aber bagyo. The electricity is shining on the street even though there’s a typhoon. (sem. domains: 1.1.1 - Sun.) 2To be dazzled, fascinated by something (as of money, things, a woman in the figurative sense). nasilaw Nasilaw sinra sa magandang gamit it inra kayungot. They were dazzled by the lovely things in their neighborhood. (sem. domains: - Pleased with.) der. pasilaw