Search results for "nganga"

hangaw-hangaw [hángaw-hángaw] n Heat, steam, smell coming from, rising off somewhere (as of steam from cooking, heat off a road forming a mirage, the smell after removing shoes). nangangamoy (sem. domains: 8.3.4 - Hot, 2.2.6 - Sweat, 2.3.4 - Smell, 5.2.1.1 - Cooking methods.)

kayasaw [kayasáw] adj Inducing ones mouth to water, salivate (as of tasty food). nangangasim (sem. domains: 2.3.3 - Taste.)

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

mama₁ [mámà] vt 1The 'betel nut chew' which was made from a mixture of betel nut, lime and the leaf of a particular vine. [Betel nut chew contains iúngga 'betel nut', ápog 'powdered lime' and iúdò 'leaf of a vine', ground together in the cut off base of a large cone shell.] (sem. domains: 5.2.5 - Narcotic.) 2To chew betel nut chew. nganga Puya kag bibig nida dahil nagmama sida. Her lips are red because she chews betel nut. syn: nganga 2. (sem. domains: 5.2.5 - Narcotic.)

mangangadam [mangangádam] n Hunters. mangangaso Karamong nabaril nak mga amo ag pispis kag mga mangangadam. The hunters have caught many monkeys and birds.

manog-anakey [manog-ánakey] adj Will give birth soon (last days of pregnancy or has started labor). mangánganák na Ayaey gipakatrabaho dahil manog-anakey ikaw. Don’t work too much because you will give birth soon.

maskada [maskáda] n Chewing tobacco. nganga (sem. domains: 5.2.4 - Tobacco.)

nabitas [nabítas] n Mouth. bunganga, bibig Ka nabitas ni Raul ay pas masasabitaney it rikin. You can probably hang a pot stand on Raul’s mouth. [Vulgar Term]

nganga [ngangá] 1v To open one’s mouth wide as when taking medicine. nganga Apangangahon anay nako si Lolit bag-o painumon it buyong. I’ll have Lolit open her mouth wide first before I’ll give her this medicine. (sem. domains: 2.1.1.4 - Mouth.) 2vt To chew betel nut. TAGALOG. ASI=mama^. nganga Nagnganganga it bunga kag mga maguyang. The old people chew betel nut. syn: mama 2. (sem. domains: 2.1.1.4 - Mouth.)

paanakoney [pa-anákoney] (comp. of paanakon, ey) adj Being about to give birth now. [lit: make-give-birth already] manganganak na Paanakoney sida napa-Maynila. She was about to give birth when she went to Manila. (sem. domains: 2.6.3 - Birth.)

pangadam [pangadám] v To hunt animals, birds, with the help of dogs. mangáso, pamamaríl, pangangaso Mapangadam kami’t amo sa Talisay. We will hunt for a monkey in Talisay. (sem. domains: 6.4.1 - Hunt.)

pangawatan [pangawátan] vi To commit adultery. nangangaliwa, may kalaguyo, apíd, pakiki-apid Nagpangawatan si Mary tong sa Saudi kag ida asawa. Mary committed adultery when her husband was in Saudi.

pangngangabot [pangngangábot] (der. of abot) v To visit or reach many places; to travel widely. (sem. domains: 4.2.1.4 - Visit.)

paumok [paúmok] adv Greedily eating with mouth full. punong-puno ang bunganga Abang paumok it kaon ni Efren sa mga hanra sa kasay ni Oliong. Efren ate greedily with his mouth full at the prepared food for Oliong’s wedding.

takig₁ [takíg] 1n Malaria; to chill. 2vi To have malaria. nangangatog sa ginaw Ako ay ingtatakig. I am chilling.

ungot₁ [úngot] 1v To do something forcefully (as of scolding, pinching, hitting, biting somebody); to force somebody to do something. nagngangalit ang bagang Naguungot pa si Diomedes tong ingbakoy si Imelda it silhig. Diomedes hit Imelda forcefully with a broom. (sem. domains: 3.3.3.5 - Compel.) 2v To want to pinch somebody (as when they are fat, when one is angry). (sem. domains: 3.3.3.6 - Control.) 3n The high pitched cry, tantrum of an angry person that wants something badly. (sem. domains: 3.3.3.4 - Insist.)

mahilakon [mahilakón] adj Merciful; generous; kind. matulungin, maawain Mahilakon si Nora sa mga pobre ag nangangailangan. Nora is generous to the poor and the needy.

ngawngaw₁ [ngáwngaw] vt To whine. hagulhol, panaghoy, iyak Nagngangawngaw kag anak dahil gutom. The child is whinning because he’s hungry.

pasulit₁ [pasúlit] vt To be careful with details; to be in charge of caring for animals, house, grounds, work; to take charge of something. taga-alaga, tagabantay, tagapamahala Ida gingpasulit kag amo mga pangangailangan sa bayay. She was careful with the details of what we needed in the house. Mapauliey ako ag mapasulit it mga hadop bag-o magruyom. I’ll go home and take care of the animals before it gets dark. Sio kag nagpapasulit it inro trabaho dili sa inro opisina? Who is the one in charge of your work here in your office? der. manogpasulit

suhag [suhág] vi To lose one’s way. nawala Nasuhag tong mga mangangadam sa kayhasan tong papauliey sinra. The hunters lost their way in the forest when they were about to go home. syn: yaag 1, tayang 1.1.

tira it pana [tírà it panâ] n Distance of one bow shot. Sobrang usang tira it pana kag yado it amo sa mangangadam. The monkey was more than one bow shot in distance from the hunter.