Search results for "kayain"

kayain [kayáin] adj Not in good faith; bad; evil. masama Inggwa si Cain it kayain nak hanrom sa ida manghor kada ingparusahan sida it Dios. Cain had bad intentions towards his brother that’s why he was punished by God. (sem. domains: 4.3.1.1 - Bad, immoral, 4.3.1.4 - Reputation.)

kayain sa ako buot [kayáin sa ákò buót] (id. of yain, buot) idiom - Convert to subentry Makes me feel guilty; gives me a bad conscience. [lit: bad to my inner-being] loob Kayain sa ako buot kung ako’y magbinakak. My conscience feels bad if I tell a lie. (sem. domains: 3.4.2 - Feel bad.)

kayainan [kayaínan] (der. of yain) n Wickedness. kasamaan Kag kayainan it ida asawa ay indi nida maagwanta. She couldn’t bear the wickedness of her husband. (sem. domains: 4.3.1.1 - Bad, immoral.)

bagawbaw [bagáwbaw] n Paunch; fat belly; pot belly; beer belly. [vulgar term] tiyán Kayain gimuyatan kaliong kabadi nak ragko it bagawbaw. It isn’t good to look at a woman with big stomach. (sem. domains: 2.1.8.2 - Stomach.)

dungog [dungóg] n Reputation. reputasyon Kayain it dungog kag inra pamilya dahil mga mananakaw kuno. Their family has a bad reputation because they say they are thieves. (sem. domains: 4.3.1.4 - Reputation.)

gunaw [gúnaw] v Deluge; to flood the earth at the beginning of history (as of the event recorded in the Bible and other traditional stories). gunaw Ginggunaw it Ginoo kag kalibutan tong ida nakita nak puno it kayainan kag mga tawo. The Lord flooded the earth when He saw that it was full of evil people. (sem. domains: 1.1.3.7 - Flood.)

hantong [hántong] 1n Consequences; outcome; destination. hantungan (sem. domains: 9.6.2.6 - Result, 4.7.7 - Punish, 8.4.6.1.3 - End, 3.3.1.1 - Purpose, goal.) 2vbt To have consequences, to cause a certain result (good or bad); to end up with a result. Mahantong sa away kinang inro agit-agitan. Your jokes will end up in a quarrel. Kag ahantungan it imo kabuhi ay kayainan kung indi ka magpati sa maguyang. If you don’t obey your parents, your life will result in wickedness. (sem. domains: 9.6.2.6 - Result, 4.7.7 - Punish, 8.4.6.1.3 - End.)

irihis [iríhis] n Superstitious beliefs. paniwala Karamong irihis nak ingsusunor kag ida Lola ag usa dili ay kayain magpakasay it waya it buyan dahil indi mag-uswag kag inra pangabuhi. Her grandmother follows many supertitious beliefs and one of them is that, it’s not good to get married when there’s no moon because their married life would not prosper. (sem. domains: 3.2.5.1 - Believe.)

maismot [maismót] adj Selfish; heartless; without feeling, mercy; thrifty; stingy. maramot, madamot Kayain ra kaling tawong maismot. It’s bad to be a selfish person. Si Lolong ay buko maismot kung tungkol sa kwarta. Lolong is not thrifty when it comes to money. Syn: mainak 1, hakog 1; syn: sakim, hakog 1, suyok, kagor 2, hangoy.

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.

pakausa [paka-usá/paka-isá] (der. of usa) n First cousin. pínsan Kayain mag-asawa kag magpakaisa. It’s bad for first cousins to marry. [This is MZD 0 (any gender by birth or marriage) i.e. children of a parent's siblings who are on the same generation as somebody.] (sem. domains: 4.1.9.2 - Related by marriage, 4.1.9.1 - Related by birth, 4.1.9 - Kinship, 4.1.9.1.7 - Cousin.) comp. apo sa pakausa , id. pakaisang buo

piapagon [piapágon] n Sandy soil. baybayin Kayain magtanom it mais sa piapagon nak indi magpakaragko. It’s not very suitable to plant corn in sandy soil because it won’t grow tall and healthy.

pigipit [pigípit] vt To insist. pilit Nagpigipit nak gador sidang maglarga aber kayain pa kag ida yawas. He still insisted to travel even he doesn’t feel well.

sungaw₁ [sungáw] 1n Steam; vapour, steam given off by the earth, beach (as of the steamy heat of the earth or the cool freshness of the ocean). singaw Aya gigpabad-i kag mga anak nak magliwas it bayay pagkatapos it uyan dahil kayain kag sungaw it raga. Don’t neglect the children who go outside the house after rain because the steam off the earth is bad. syn: hungaw 3. (sem. domains: 1.1.3.2 - Cloud.) 2vi To steam, let out steam; to evaporate. Nagsungaw kag kinaydo. The cooked rice let out steam. syn: singaw. (sem. domains: 1.2.3 - Solid, liquid, gas.)