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matibay [matíbay] (der. of tibay) adj 1Solid; sturdy; strong, firm, durable (as of wood, cloth, buildings etc., also of abstract things such as relationships). matibay Kag ida inggamit nak kahoy ay matibay nak klase. The wood he used is a strong class. Kag ako relasyon sa ida ay matibay gihapon. My relationship with him is still strong. (sem. domains: 4.1 - Relationships, 188.8.131.52 - Hard, firm, 4.3.1 - Good, moral.) 2Firm, durable, stable, long lasting relationship (sem. domains: 4.1 - Relationships.) 3Firm, strong faith. (sem. domains: 184.108.40.206 - Devout.)
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.
lansang [lánsang] 1n Nail. 2vbt To nail something on something. pákò Alansangan nato kag kuray agor matibay. We will put a nail on the fence to make it stronger.
pusog [púsog] n Bamboo stump, post (as of large strong, long part at the bottom which is used in fences and house posts). pusog Maganda kag pusog nak gamiton sa kuray dahil nak matibay. The large bamboo posts used on the fence are nice because they are strong. Buko maadong gamiton kag pusog sa paghuman it nigo. It’s not good to use old bamboo stumps for making a winnowing tray. (sem. domains: 1.5.3 - Grass, herb, vine.)