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kamkam [kámkam] 1vt To go around touching things; messing things up. Ingpangkamkam nida kag mga butang sa lamesa. He messed up the things on the table. (sem. domains: 4.3.6.3 - Untidy.) 2adj To always be touching or stealing things. malikot ang kamay Ingpriso katong eskwelang kamkaman it damot. The pupil who steals things was imprisoned. (sem. domains: 6.8.9.5 - Bribe, 6.8.9.1 - Steal.)

kaparas [kaparás] (irreg. infl. maparas) adv Naughty; can’t sit still; always active. malikot Kaparasey kag ida anak nak maayamey magpanaw. Her child is always active because he knows how to walk now. (sem. domains: 4.3.1.3.1 - Immature in behavior.)

kulikot [kulíkot] vbt To remove, dig out from a small space. sinundot Ingkulikot nidat kugong kag suyor it alkansiya. She removed what’s inside the piggy bank with a midrib. (sem. domains: 7.3.2.7 - Take something out of something.)

kuti-kuti₁ [kuti-kúti] v To make fine, detailed things; to do fine work by hand. kalikot Ida gingkuti-kuti kag ida mga gamit sa eskwelahan. She did detailed work on her school projects.

laskay [laskáy] adj Wild behaviour; immodest; unrefined behaviour. napakalikot Pagkalaskay ra kamo maghiniwas ay bag-ong salta pa yang kamo haling lugar. Your still new in this place and yet you act unrefinely.

likot [likót] (dial. var. bugahor; dial. var. basura) 1n Garbage; trash. syn: yangas, paras 1, sutil, mayangas. 2adj Untidy; dirty. Malikot nak lugar kina para kaunan. That is a very dirty place to eat. 3vbt To make something dirty or messy. basura Naglilikot yang ra kamo dili ay pauli yangey kamo. You are just making dirty this place, you better go home. comp. kalikutan

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.

matilo it damot [matílò it damót] adj “Light fingered”; a theif. makati ang kamay, malikot ang kamay Buko maado kag ingwa’t kaibhanan nak matilo it damot. It’s not good to have a companion who is light fingered.

mayangas [mayangás] adj Jumping around. malikot Mayangas nak anak kalio. This child is jumping around. syn: yangas, paras 1, sutil, likot 1.

paras [parás] 1vi To constantly be moving, running around (i.e. can’t sit still in one place). Nagpipinaras yang ka mga anak kung waya’t maestra. The children just run around if the teacher isn’t there. syn: yangas, sutil, likot 1, mayangas. (sem. domains: 7.2.1 - Manner of movement.) 2n Constant movement, running around. Sa ida kaparas, nasakro nida kag salamin ag nabuong. In her moving around, she bumped the mirror and it broke. (sem. domains: 7.2.1 - Manner of movement.) 3adj Constantly moving, running around, on the move as of a naughty child. malikot, magaslaw, magalaw Maparas kag ida anak kada nahuhuyog. Her child is always on the move so he fell. (sem. domains: 2.6.4.2 - Child.)

tislok [tíslok] 1vt To steal; to pilfer; to be light-fingered. Waya nako gusto it anak nak abang tislok. I don’t like children that are light-fingered. Ingtislok it anak kag lapis it ida kaklase. The child stole the pencil of his classmate. 2adj Given to stealing. 3adj Given to stealing (lit. stealing hands). malikot ang kamay, magnanakaw Kag tislukan it damot nak anak ay narakopey. The child that’s given to stealing has been caught. syn: kupit, matislok.

yangas [yangás] adj Naughty; running everywhere; can’t sit still. malikot Abang yangas tong mga anak ni Alicia. The children of Alicia are very naughty. syn: paras 1, sutil, likot 1, mayangas.

sutil [sutíl] adj Naughty. sutil Abang sutil si Anthony dahil ingpipitas nida kag buyak nina Manang Heather. Anthony is a naughty boy bacause he picks the flowers planted by Manang Heather. syn: yangas, paras 1, likot 1, mayangas.

kahig [káhig] 1n A rake. (sem. domains: 5.6.5 - Sweep, rake.) 2vi To scratch in the dirt, specifically of chickens. kahig Perming nagkakahig dili sa amo kag inra mga manok. Their chickens are always scratching in the dirt here at our place. (sem. domains: 1.6.4.1 - Animal movement, 6.3.6.1 - Chicken.) 3vbt To rake something up from somewhere. Kahiga baga kag mga likot sa rayaag. Please rake the trash in the yard. (sem. domains: 5.6.5 - Sweep, rake.) id. kahig tuka

libot [líbot] 1vi To go around; to walk around town; to carry, take something or somebody around a place. ikot Sina Gail ag tong inra bisita ay naglibot sa banwa tong Lunes. Gail and their visitor went around the town last Monday. Ipalibot it mga tawo kag mga santos sa Semana Santa. The people will take the saints around at Easter. syn: ikot, lipos 2, tiyog 2.1. 2vi To be in a position around, close to somebody or something. Maramong tawong nakapalibot sa ida dahil nawiwili sinra it ida istorya. There were a lot of people around him because they were distracted by his story. 3vbt To take, carry something or somebody around town. Kung pista, kag mga tawo ay inglilibot kag mga santo. When it’s fiesta time, the people carry the saint around town. 4vbt To surround; to encircle. Apalibutan it mga tawo tong bayay nak hagto tong mananakaw. The people will sorround the house where the thief stays. 5loc Surroundings, around, close to. Asing karamong likot sa palibot it bayay? Why is there a lot of trash around the house? comp. napapalibutan it baguntor , der. kalibutan , der. palibot

puntok [púntok] 1n A pile, heap of something. puntok Ka amo parti ay sampuyong puntok, usang parti sa nag-aani, sidam nak parti sa tag-iya. Our division of ten piles is one share for the harvesters and nine shares for the owner. syn: munton-munton, tumpok, puntok 2. 2vbt To pile up into piles. Apuntukon nako kag mga tagrukon sa likor it bayay. I will pile up the poles into piles at the back of the house. Ingpuntok-puntok nida tong likot para madali gihakuton. He piled up the garbage so it would be easy to gather. syn: munton-munton, puntok 1, tumpok.

puyot₂ [púyot] v To pick up with fingers, as of small things. pulot Apuyuton nako kag likot sa rayaag. I will pick up the garbage in the sorroundings. syn: ponpon. (sem. domains: 7.3.2.7 - Take something out of something.)

raginot [ragínot] 11.1vt To begin something; to introduce something new. umpisahan Ingraraginutaney nida kag ida trabaho dahil limitado kag ida oras. She is beginning with her work because of her limited time. syn: tuna 1. 22.1vt To do gradually; to do bit-by-bit. umpisa Raginotey ikaw it sag-ob habang apila pa kag mga tawo sa gripo. You gradually fetch water while there are still few people at the faucet. syn: inot-inot 1. 33.1vbt To hurry to do something. pinasimulan Ingraginutan ni Neysa it silhig kag mga likot sa rayaag. Neysa hurried up doing the sweeping of trash on the lawn.

rap-ong [ráp-ong] 1n Place for burning with a big fire. siga Kag rap-ungan it mga likot it banwa ay sa baybay. The place for burning the town rubbish is near the sea. (sem. domains: 5.5 - Fire.) 2vbt To build a big fire. nagsunog Nagrap-ong sida sa silong it bayay agor paasuhan kag mga namok. He built a big fire under the house so as to smoke out the mosquitos. Rap-ong anay agor pag-ugraw makakaihaw kita it isra. Build a big fire first so that when it dies down we will be able to broil the fish. (sem. domains: 5.5 - Fire.) 3n Big fire; bonfire (built up intentionally). Kag ida rap-ong ay nag-abot sa inra ringring. His big fire burnt till it reached their wall. Nasunog ka inra ringring dahil inaputan it rap-ong. Their wall burnt down because it caught on fire from the big fire. (sem. domains: 5.5 - Fire.)

rayom [ráyom] 1n Depth of something in feet, meters or fathoms. 2adj Deep. 3loc Depths; bottom; underneath. 4vbt To deepen something. malálim Arayuman ninra ka buho nak abutangan it likot. They’ll deepen the hole where the garbage will be damped. Ingparayuman namo kang Badlong kag kanal agor makailig kag tubi. We had Badlong make the ditch deeper so the water could flow. comp. sa irayom it duta , comp. sa irayom it raga , der. irayom , der. karayom-rayuman , der. marayom , der. pairayom , der. parayuman

sagang [sagáng] 1vbt To block the flow; to protect by blocking somebody/something from something (wind, water). bara Nagsasagang kag likot sa sapa pag nabaha. Rubbish blocks the river whenever there is a flood. Pagsakay namo sa motor nasagngan ako nida sa agsik it humbak. When we rode in the boat, I was protected by her from the waves. syn: bayabag 4, sapong, harang 3, abang, taming. 2n Wind break.

suyong [súyong] v To put something in the fire to burn (the fuel includes anything to be burnt). sulsol Suyungon nimo katong mga likot sa habig it sunog. You put that rubbish around the sides in the fire. Asuyungan nimo kag kayado it rabok hanggang makayuto. Put the firewood in the fire until the food cooks. (sem. domains: 5.5.4 - Burn.)

tap-ok [táp-ok] 11.1v To throw out of somewhere (as of a boat in rough seas). Gingtap-ok yangey ninra sa ragat kag inra mga raya dahil pay makuyobey kag inra baroto. Their things were just thrown out in the sea because their boat was nearly capsized. 22.1n A garbage dump outside of the town. tambakan Tong kuyba ay inghuman nak tap-ukan it likot it mga tawo. The cave site was used as a garbage dump by the people. 2.2vbt To throw out garbage. Asing inro gingtap-ukan it papel kag amo rayaag? Why did you throw paper out on our yard?

tigbong [tígbong] vbt To lower something, somebody into a hole. Ingtigbong nina Duway si Bolog sa buho it katong haligi nak ingkukutkot. Duway lowered Bolog into the hole of the post they are digging. Itigbong nako katong mga likot sa buho agur indi magkalat. I will lower the garbage into a hole so it won’t scatter.

tumpok [túmpok] vbt To pile, stack up in a heap (of clothes to wash, rubbish to burn, food to sell). tambak Ingtumpok nida kag likot pagpanilhig. He pilled up the rubbish when he swept. syn: munton-munton, puntok 1, puntok 2.
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