ragko [rágkò] 1adj Large, big, huge. Karuragko kag bayor tong magtabok sida pa Simara The waves were huge when he went over to Simara. (sem. domains: 8.2 - Big.) 2vi To become large; to enlarge something; to grow up. malaki, lumaki Aparagkuan nako kag ipahuman nak litrato. I’ll have this picture enlarged. Nagragko sinra sa States. They grew up in the States. (sem. domains: 8.2 - Big.)
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bay-ot-bay-utan [bay-ot-bay-útan] (der. of bay-ot) 1adj Alternate; alternately; alternating; every second one (as of every second or every other time). Bay-ot-bay-ot kag ida pag-indyiksyon. Her injections are every other day. Bay-utan kag inra pagtanom - kamatis bag-o tayong. Their way of planting was alternately - tomatoes then eggplant. (sem. domains: 22.214.171.124.1 - Series, 8.5.5 - Spatial relations.) 2vbt To do alternately; to alternate between options; to do every second time (as of every second or every other time). palit, palitan Ingbay-ot nida kag pagbutang it butones nak maintik ag maragko. She put the small and big buttons on alternately. (sem. domains: 126.96.36.199.1 - Series, 8.5.5 - Spatial relations.)
biga₂ [bígà] n Plant species which is a rootcrop called "elephant leaf" belonging to the family of gábi. It is an inedible wild plant but the leaf is used as an umbrella due to its size. gabi Mas gusto nako kag gayabon kaysa biga dahil buko masyadong ragko. I like ‘gayabon’ better than ‘biga’ because it’s not so big. [This root can be eaten in times of famine and is rich in carbohydrates but poor in other food constituents. The spadix or leaf stalk is used in medical decoction as a treatment for difficult menopause.] Cyrtosperma Merkusii (sem. domains: 188.8.131.52.5 - Food from roots.)
butawan [butáwan] (dial. var. banuoy) v To appear, become visible, come into view suddenly or unexpectedly (as of a soldier suddenly appearing or a boat just becoming visible in the distance). sungaw Nahinabo nganing bumutawan kag ruhang ragkong Hapones nak bapor halin sa Marinduque usang aga it kag Oktubre, 1944. Now it happened one morning in October 1944, that two huge Japanese ships appeared unexpectedly coming from Marinduque. syn: buyhot, butho. (sem. domains: 184.108.40.206.1 - Appear.)
buy-og [búy-og] v 1To slip on something; to have something slip from somewhere. dulas Nabuy-og sa ragkong bato si Tang Igo. The old man, Igo slipped on the big rocks. Waya ninra namalayi nak nabuy-og kag kuwarta sa ida damot. She didn’t notice the money slip from her hands. syn: dalin-as, hanlas 1. (sem. domains: 220.127.116.11.1 - Slip, slide.) 2To make a mistake, do something wrong. (sem. domains: 18.104.22.168.1 - Below standard, 22.214.171.124 - Bad.) der. kabuy-ugan
buyag [buyág] 1n Separated things (as of things which were formerly joined, close being moved to be at a distance from eachother). (sem. domains: 8.5.5 - Spatial relations.) 2adj Separated; being apart (as of things which were formerly joined, close being moved to be at a distance from eachother). (sem. domains: 8.5.5 - Spatial relations.) 3v To separate, move things apart. Nagbuyag kag ida mga maguyang. Her parents separated. (sem. domains: 8.5.5 - Spatial relations.) 4v To scatter, move apart, abolish, break things up (as of a group of people or hive of bees). hiwalay Ato abuyagon kag maragko sa maintik. We’ll separate the small ones from the big ones. (sem. domains: 126.96.36.199 - Remove, take apart, 4.1.6 - Disunity.) 5n Separated, divorced people; divorcees (as of couples who had formerly been joined now being apart). (sem. domains: 8.5.5 - Spatial relations, 188.8.131.52 - Divorce.) 6adj Separated; divorced (as of husband and wife who were formerly joined now being at a distance from eachother). (sem. domains: 8.5.5 - Spatial relations, 184.108.40.206 - Divorce.) 7v To separate, divorce (as of a husband and wife). (sem. domains: 8.5.5 - Spatial relations, 220.127.116.11 - Divorce.) comp. buyag sa kalibutanhong mga butang , der. pabuyag
guhar [guhár] vt To chop down bamboo. putol ng kahoy Naguhar ninra tong mga ragkong kahoy. They were able to cut down the big timber. Nagpangguhar sinra it agamiton sa pagpatulay it bayay. They went to cut down timber that will be used for building a house. Riin kamo gipapangguhar? Where do you chop down trees? (sem. domains: 1.5.3 - Grass, herb, vine.)
him-ong [hím-ong] 1n Silence; quietness; no noise. katahimikan Pauno’y kag him-ong it aga ay binasag it kanugtog it ruhang ragkong bapor it Hapon. How the silence of the morning was shattered by the sound of those two big Japanese ships. syn: hilom 2. (sem. domains: 18.104.22.168 - Quiet.) 2vi To become silent, not make a noise. tahimik Naghim-ong kag mga eskwela pag-abot it inra maestra. The pupils became silent when their teacher arrived. (sem. domains: 22.214.171.124 - Quiet.)
kiling-kiling [kiling-kíling] 1n The sound of a bell, shaken instrument(as of a tamborine, maracas). Kag kiling-kiling ay ida ginpatunog para masadoran nak nagbabaligya sida it sorbetes. He sounded the shaker instrument to announce that he was selling icecream. (sem. domains: 126.96.36.199 - Musical instrument, 188.8.131.52 - Sound, 184.108.40.206 - Types of sounds.) 2vi To be tossed or rocked back and forth, as of a boat on rough seas. Nagkiling-kiling kag inra baroto tong masaprok it ragkong humbak. Their boat rocked back and forth when it was hit by big waves.
kuyob [kuyób] 1v To capsize (of a boat); to be upsidedown (of a bowl etc.). taob Nagkuyob kag baroto tong makarano it maragkong humbak. The boat capsized when it happened to meet big waves. 2adj Lying face-down (as of a person). Pagkatapos it test it mga estudyante, ingpakuyob kag inra papel. When the students finished their test, they turned their papers over. Apakuyubon nako ikaw agor mahiboan it buyong kag imo likor. I’ll make you turn on your stomach so that I can rub your back with medicine. (sem. domains: 7.3.5 - Turn something.)
manamit [manámit] adj Tasty, good, sweet (as of fish, etc.). Kag yuto ni Julie permi ay manamit kada karagko kami it kaon. Julie’s cooked dishes are always tasty that’s why we eat a lot.
marisgo₂ [marísgo] adj Risky. dilecado Marisgo magsakay sa baroto pa-Talisay pag maragko kag bayor. It’s risky to ride in a boat to Talisay when the waves are big.
piapagon [piapágon] n Sandy soil. baybayin Kayain magtanom it mais sa piapagon nak indi magpakaragko. It’s not very suitable to plant corn in sandy soil because it won’t grow tall and healthy.
pigos [pigós] n Smallest piglet among its brood. biik Kag mga pigos ay ahat makita pag napapayakot sa mga mas maragkong baktin. The smallest piglets can hardly be seen when they mingle with the bigger pigs.
porpor₁ [pórpor] 11.1vt To pulverize something (stones, medicine, etc). pulbos Ingporpor anay nida kag ragkong bato bag-o ingbutang sa lata. He first pulverized the big stones before he placed them in a can. 22.1vbt To sprinkle pulverized medicine, or powder on a wound or skin. Waya nako naporpor kag buyong sa ako ugar. I wasn’t able to sprinkle the powdered medicine on my wound.
puli₂ [púli] v To gang up on somebody (as of a group). pinagtulungan Kag inra tiyo ay ingpulihan it maragkong iro. The big dogs ganged up on their small puppy.