Search results for "lipay"

aglipay [aglípay] n A plain pastry-like, crisp round cookie made of flour that rises to hold a bubble of air in the middle. [This aglipay cookie is named after the founder of the Philippine Independent Church, Mr Aglipay.] (sem. domains: 5.2.1 - Food preparation.)

kalipay [kalípay] irreg. infl. of lipay

lipay [lípay] (irreg. infl. kalipay; irreg. infl. malipay) 1adj Happy; cheerful. (sem. domains: 3.4.1.2 - Happy.) 2vi To become happy; to cheer up. masaya Magkalipay kamo.
Cheer up!
(sem. domains: 3.4.1 - Feel good.)

malipay [malípay] irreg. infl. of lipay

utang lipay, badar rugay, sapoy likaw, sukot hangi... [útang lípay bádar rúgay sapóy líkaw súkot hángi] idiom - Convert to subentry When they borrow they’re happy, then they take a long time to pay, when you meet them they avoid you, and when you go to collect the debt they get angry; (lit: Borrow happy, pay long-time, meet-up avoid, collect-debt angry).

apot [ápot] vbt To catch on fire, catch alight, smolder, burst into flame (as of something catching on a fire from windblown sparks). dikitan ng apoy Inapaaput anay kag uling bag-o magsúgnar. Make sure the charcoal has caught on fire first before putting things on the stove to cook. Kung kag alipayok ay natugpa sa kuyungan naaapútan kali ay narukot. If flying sparks land on the roof it will catch on fire and it will burn. Paapúta kag kayado. Light the fire. Nag-aaput pa kag papel kada nasunog ka inra sayog. The paper was still smouldering so their floor was burnt. (sem. domains: 5.5.1 - Light a fire.) der. paapot

indi mawagit [índì mawágit] adj Not perish; imperishable; everlasting. hindi mawala Indi mawagit nak kalipay kag imo mararanasan sa Ginoo. What you will experience in being in the Lord is everlasting joy. (sem. domains: 8.4.2.3 - Forever.)

makaako₂ [makaáko] n God. Dios, Panginoon, Maykapal Kag amo kasadyahan sa Tugbungan ay kalipayang bukirnon tagna’t Makaako nak sa panahon’t gera ay imaw’t amo naaguman. Our happiness in Tugbungan during the time of war was that God gave us an enjoyable life in the country, and that’s what we experienced.

tagna [tágnà] 1n Gift; blessing. Kag amo kasadyahan sa Tugbungan ay kalipayang bukirnon tagna it Makaako nak sa panahont gera ay imaw’t amo naaguman. Our happiness in Tugbungan during the time of war was that God gave us an enjoyable life in the country, and that’s what we experienced. 2v