Search results for "nasunog"

itong [ítong] vt To catch on fire; to burn. nasunog Naitungan tong bubungan nina Bebot tong napilakan it sigarilyo. Bebot’s roof got burned when someone threw a cigarette butt on it. (sem. domains: 5.5.4 - Burn, 5.5 - Fire.)

nasunog [nasúnog] v To be burnt badly over a large part of the body of a person, house. They may not recover. (sem. domains: 5.5.4 - Burn, 2.5.3 - Injure.)

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

imoy [imóy] n The poor, destitute people. mahirap Asing nasunogan pa ra baga sinra ay imoyey gani. Why they have to suffer such burning incident when infact they are so poor already. (sem. domains: 6.8.1.3 - Poor.)

kamarin [kamarín] n Rice granary. Kag inra kamarin nak puno it payay ay nasunog. Their rice granary which was full of rice was burned. (sem. domains: 5.2.1.4 - Food storage, 6.2.6.4 - Store the harvest.)

pait₂ [paít] adj Bitter taste. pait Abang pait kag yuto ni Nida nak puto dahil nasunog. Nida’s cooked fried fish has a bitter taste because it was burned. der. papaitan

paklis [páklis] 1vi To peel, as of skin. Nagpapangpaklis ngasing ka ako anit dahil nasunog it adlaw. My skin is peeling now because it was sunburned. 2vbt To peel something off of the skin, such as blisters or a bandage. lapnos Apaklison yangey nato nang plaster sa imo ugar. We will peel the bandage off of your wound.

pugraw [púgraw] v To extinguish a fire. pinatay ang apoy Katong napugrawey kag kayado sa nasunog nak bayay naghaliney ra kag mga bombero. When the fire was extinguished from the burned house the firemen left as well.

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.)

rituki [ritúki] v To fix somebody’s appearance; to redo make-up; to remodel, renovate; touch-up again. rituki Aritukihon it doktor kag ida kuno uda nak nasunog. The doctor will fix her face which was burned, they say.

siklab₂ [síklab] v To catch fire and flare up (as of oil). Kag nagbanggaan nak barko ay nagsiklab ag nasunog. The ship which bumped into another ship caught fire, flared up and was burnt.

sunog₁ [súnog] 1adj Combustible. (sem. domains: 5.5.6 - Fuel.) 2sta To burn, burn down. sunog Nasunog kag inra bayay it gab-i. Their house burned last night (sem. domains: 5.5.4 - Burn.) 3vt To burn something or set fire to something. Ingsunog kag eskwelahan it mga binatilyo. The school was set on fire by the teenage boys. (sem. domains: 5.5.1 - Light a fire, 5.5.4 - Burn.)

usyuso₂ [usyúso] 1v Nosey person; to be a sticky-beak. usyuso Nakiusyúso yang kag mga tawo ruto sa nasunog nak kotse. The people just went there near the burned car to be nosey. (sem. domains: 3.4.1.4.3 - Obsessed.) 2n Naughty, mischievous. (sem. domains: 4.3.1.3.1 - Immature in behavior, 4.2.7 - Play, fun.)