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bisto₁ [bísto] dial. var. of kita der. bistado Found out (as of somebody's hidden wrong, sin being brought out into the open).

kitang [kítang] conj That’s why; because. kaya pala Kitang nagbatok si Doggie ay inggwa yaki it tawo sa liwas. That’s why Doggie barked because there’s someone outside. (sem. domains: 2.3.1.4 - Show, let someone see, 2.3.1.1 - Look.)

kitang ruha yangey kag matabo [kitáng ruhá yangéy kag matábò] id We two will just meet! (Is a reply to “Where’s my arrival gift?”). Kung waya ka it patabo kitang ruha yangey kag matabo. If you have no arrival gift we two will just meet hah! (sem. domains: 8.5.1.5 - Touching, contact, 4.2.1.3 - Meet together.)

pakitang tawo [pakítang táwo] adj 1Insincere; hypocritical; pretending; superficial; just to please others. [lit: show person] pakitang tao Ayam ra nimo kung kag bulig it usang tawo ay matuor o pakitang tawo yang. You know whether one’s help is sincere or insincere. Buko maado kung kag ato mga inghihimo bilang Kristiyano ay pangpakitang-tawo yang. It’s not good if our works as Christians are just to please men. (sem. domains: 4.3.5.6 - Hypocrite.) 2Hypocrite; a person who is insincere, hypocritical, pretending, superficial, just pleasing others. [lit: show person] (sem. domains: 4.3.5.6 - Hypocrite.)

pakitang tawo yang kag kabuot [pakítang táwò yang kag kabúot] (comp. of pakita, tawo, yang, buot) id Just pretending to be kind. [lit: show person just kind] Tong inra madrasta ay pakitang tawo yang kag kabuot sa anak it ida asawa. Their steomother hypocritically just look towards the children of her husband. (sem. domains: 4.3.5.6 - Hypocrite.)

pangpakitang tawo [pangpakítang táwo] (comp. of pakita, tawo) id Being a hypocrite, hypocritical. [lit: for-show person] (sem. domains: 4.3.5.6 - Hypocrite.)

amamakoy [amamakóy] n Mushroom species which is an edible mushroom that is brown on top and white underneath which is often found under banana palms. kabuti Karamo nak makikitang amamakoy nak nagbuskar sa habig it sapa pag buyan it Agosto. You will see lots of mushrooms growing along the river banks during the month of August. (sem. domains: 1.5.4 - Moss, fungus, algae.)

balisbisan [balisbisán] n Place on, near the shore; shoreline. dalampasigan, pasigan Maramo ka imo makikitang tawo sa balisbisan pagsugbo it adlaw. You could see many people along the shoreline during sunset. syn: piliw, habig 1, rugo 2. (sem. domains: 1.3.1.5 - Island, shore.)

bawia kinang imo bisaya [bawí-a kínang ímo bisáya] (comp. of bawi, kina, bisaya) exp Take back, retract what you said! (as of an angry retort when words are not true or not appreciated). [lit: take-back those your words] bawiin mo ang iyong sinabi Kailangang bawion nimo kinang imo bisaya kung indi ay maaway kitang ruha. You should take back what you said if you don’t want the two of us to fight. (sem. domains: 9.2.7 - Interjections.)

bitoy-bitoy [bitoy-bítoy] adj Out of money; broke. Ay bitoy-bitoy ako ngasing kitang waya kita it maibakay it suya. Oh I am really out of money that’s why we can’t buy some viand. ant: bitir-bitir. (sem. domains: 6.8.1.3 - Poor.)

haraw [haráw] v To prevent, stop somebody from doing something. mapigilan Indi nida maharaw kag ida anak sa pag-ininom kitang nagkasakit sa atay. She couldn’t prevent her son from drinking that’s why he got cirrosis of the liver. (sem. domains: 7.2.6.2 - Prevent from moving.)

katoy₁ [katóy] 1adj Itchy. kati Abang katoy kag ida ugar kada idang kagaw kitang naimpeksyon. His wound is very itchy and he keeps on scratching it that’s why it got infected. (sem. domains: 2.3.5 - Sense of touch.) 2v To itch. (sem. domains: 2.3.5 - Sense of touch.)

KKB kita idiom - Convert to subentry Dutch treat; each one pays, brings their own. kanya kanyang bayad tayo Oho, mapa Odiongan kita pero ay KKB kitang ruha. Yes, we will go to Odiongan but each one of us pays his own way. (sem. domains: 9.7.1.5 - Names of languages.)

langis₂ [langís] v 1Grease (as of thick oil used in machines, engines etc.). (sem. domains: 6.6.8 - Working with machines.) 2To grease, put grease on a machine. (sem. domains: 6.6.8 - Working with machines.) 3To grease one’s own way. Kaayo sida maglangis sa ida Tatay kitang nabakyan sida’t bag-ong bisikleta. He knows how to butter up to his father thats why he got a new bicycle. (sem. domains: 3.3.3.3 - Persuade.)

law-ay [láw-ay] (irreg. infl. kalaw-ay; irreg. infl. malaw-ay) adj Rude; immodest; shameless. pangit Dapat nak indi ka makitang nagnununot sa ibang kayaki dahil malaw-ay gimuyatan dahil di asawaey ka. You should not be seen with other men because it’s immodest as you are already a married woman. (sem. domains: 2.3.1.8.2 - Ugly.)

linga-linga₁ [linga-lingá] adj Absent minded, forgetful. Abang linga-linga tong inra tindera kitang permi sinrang natatakawan. Their salesgirl is always absent minded that’s why they have many things stolen.

maaari₂ [maaárì] adv Possible; perhaps. pwéde, posíble Maari kitang magpagto sa buyan. It is now possible to go to the moon. syn: pwede, maaari.

malikot sa kabadi [malikót sa kabádi] idiom - Convert to subentry Womaniser. malikot sa babae Kag ida asawa ay malikot sa kabadi kitang nagkasakit it “Aids”. Her husband is a womaniser that’s why he got that Aids disease.

man o₂ conj Either…or (as of disjunction) din o Sa suyor man o sa liwas ay pweding kitang magsadaw. We can hold the dance either indoors or outdoors.

mangit [mangít] 1adj Angry. 2vt To get angry. galit, asar Ingmangit ni Lucy tong ida hepe kitang ingpahalin sida sa trabaho. Lucy made her boss get angry and so she was made to resign.

manok-manukon [manok-manúkon] adj Turned eyes; slightly crossed eyes. duling Manok-manukon it mata si Polding kitang nakasalamin. Polding has a slightly turned eye that’s why he’s using eyeglasses.

mayain [mayá-in] (comp. of yain) 1adj Bad; evil; wicked; dirty; unclean; wrong; immoral (as of anything bad or immoral). masama Mayain busa kag ida hanrom pag magraog kuno sa eleksyon, kitang waya ra sida nagraog. Because he had an evil ambition if he had won the election, see that’s why he didn’t win. 2v Feeling bad, unwell (as of being sick).

mu-ot [mu-ót] vbt To like something; to be pleased with something; to love somebody. gusto, ibig Namuot ako roto sa ida bag-ong tabas it baro. I liked the new cut of her dress. Nagkamut-anan sinra aber sa unang pagkita pa. They liked each other even at the frist meeting yet. Tong nag-iistar sida sa Manila, nagkamuot sida sa mga pagkaong mayamig. When she was living in Manila she developed a liking for cold foods. Waya nako namut-i kag ida pakitang tawo nak pakikipag-amigo sa ako. I didn’t like her superficial show of friendship to me. syn: mahilig, gusto 3, hilig 1, gusto 1, yain 3, udon 1.1. (sem. domains: 3.4.1.1.8 - Pleased with, 4.1.8 - Show affection.) der. namumu-ot , der. pahamu-ot

muyay [muyáy] vbt To take notice of somebody specifically of evil spirits. bati Ingmuyay ra abi kali it tong mangkukulam kitang ingsagnat. The witch took notice of her that’s why he got sick.

pagbuhon [pagbúhon] n Whole timbers; building materials. pagbuhin Agar inggwa’y sinra it mga pagbuhon waya ray ra sinra it makitang karpentero. Now that they have the building materials they were not able to find a carpenter.
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