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baktas [báktas] vi To hike somewhere; to walk, go on foot for a long distance. baktas, lakarín Nagbaktas sinra pa-Balogo. They went on foot to Balogo. syn: bikyang. (sem. domains: 7.2.1.1 - Walk.) der. baktason

bulalakaw [bulalákaw] n Shooting star; comet. bulalakaw (sem. domains: 1.1.1.3 - Planet.)

buylo [búylo] v To put an extra effort into doing, achieving something. lakas Ingbuyluhan nida it ukaw para marunggan sida it mga tawo. He put an extra effort into shouting so that he could be heard by people. (sem. domains: 6.1.2.3.2 - Work hard.) comp. indi makabuylo

hawaian frog [hawáyan frog] n Toad (from Japan to eat snakes). palaka (sem. domains: 1.6.1 - Types of animals, 1.6.1.4 - Amphibian, 1.6 - Animal.)

ikang [íkang] v To walk with slight limp because of a foot injury. pilay-pilay maglakad Si Lydia ay nag-iikang tong magyamhong kag ida siki. Lydia walks with a slight limp because of a foot injury when her legs swelled up. (sem. domains: 7.2.1.5 - Walk with difficulty.)

isuga kag imo sarili [isúga kag ímo saríli] id Be brave, strong, encouraged! lakasan mo ang iyong loob Tong mabyuda si Darling siling ni Rose ay isuga kag imo sarili nak inggwa ka pa it mga anak nak nabilin. When Darling became a widow Rose said to be brave, you still have some children left. (sem. domains: 4.4.3.1 - Brave.)

kayuknan [kayúknan] n Back of the knee. alak-alakan (sem. domains: 2.1.6 - Bone, joint, 2.1.3.2 - Leg.)

kumersyo [kumérsyo] n Commerce. pangangalákal (sem. domains: 6.9.4 - Commerce.)

kusgi [kúsgi] v To exert more effort; to make louder; to turn up a radio. lakasan Kusgi kag radyo agor makarungog sinra. Turn the radio up so they can hear it.

laka [lakâ] 1v To leave space between things. 2adj Spaced well widely; distance between things. Malaka kag inra pagtanom it payay. They spaced the rice well in their planting. syn: yagwat 1.

lakad [lákad] vt To take care of business matters, such as processing papers, following up on work. lakad Alakaron ninra kag trabaho sa Manila. They will follow up their work in Manila.

lakar [lákar] v To follow up something as of official papers. (sem. domains: 4.6.2 - Citizen.)

lakatan [lakatán] n Banana sp. Kind of large fragnant banana. (sem. domains: 5.2.3.1.2 - Food from fruit.)

lakátan [lakátan] n A species of banana that is long, yellow and fragrant. (sem. domains: 5.2.3.1.2 - Food from fruit.)

lig-on [líg-on] 1adj Stong; sturdy. Aya gikalibog kaling bayay ay malig-on. Don’t worry, this house is strong. 2vi To become stong, sturdy. Naglig-on kag haligi tong ginghigutan it maado. The post was made strong when it was tied very well. 3vt To strengthen; to make something strong. malakas

liyuknan [liyúknan] n The back of, behind the knee. alak-alakan Inagaos kag liyuknan ni Mina pag sida ay nayuhor. The back of Mina’s knees perspire when she kneels.

maisog it kurason [maísog it kurasón] idiom - Convert to subentry Inner strength in the face of fear, danger (lit: brave heart). malakas ang loob Maadoy maisog it kurason kag ida nanay nak naglaban ruto sa nagpanakaw sa inra. Its good that his mother has inner strength in face of fear to fight against those who robed them.

makusog nak nasyon [makúsog nak nasyón] (id. of nasyon) idiom - Convert to subentry Great, strong nation. malakas na bansa Kag Amerika ay makusog nak nasyon. America is a strong nation.

makusugon [makusúgon] n Season of rough seas. malakas ang alon Waya nako gusto magbiyahe pag makusugon nak mga buyan. I don’t want to travel in months where it is a season of rough seas.

malakas [malakás] adj Influential. Malakas sida sa gobernador kada waya sida giprisuha. He’s so influential with the governor that’s why he was not imprisoned.

manwit [manwít] n A green, edible frog. palakang berdi

mapakusog ka ida buot [mapakúsog ka ida buót] vi To encourage somebody else (lit. to make somebody strong in their emotions). palakasin ang kanyang loob

matigson [matígson] 1adj Strong; sturdy; healthy (said of living things such as people, plants). malakas, matibay Matigson kag anak nak nagsususo sa Nanay. The child who is breast feeding is strong. Kada waya natumba it hangin kag mga tanom ay mga matigson. Those plants are strong so they did not fall over in the wind. 2vi To become strong. Matigson kag imo anak pag apakaunon nimo it maado. Your child will become strong if you feed him well. 3vi To make something strong or healthy. Apatigsunon nako kag ako mga tanom sa pagbutang it abuno. I’ll make my plants healthy by putting fertilizer on them.

ngoyngoy [ngóyngoy] 1n The loud crying. 2vi To cry; to weep without ceasing. hagulhol, iyak ng malakas Nagpakangoyngoy si Neysa pagpauli it ida nubyo sa “Germany”. Neysa cried when her boyfriend went home to Germany. syn: tibaw, ping-it.

pagtalakay (der. of talakay) n Discussion.