Search results for "similya"

similya [simílya] 1n Ovum, ova, egg of a female mammal or person (as of eggs produced by the internal reproductive organs). (sem. domains: - Female organs, - Egg.) 2n Sperm cells, semen of a male mammal or person (as of eggs, secretion produced by the external reproductive organs). (sem. domains: - Male organs, - Egg.) 3n Fishlings; newly hatched fish (as of milkfish). (sem. domains: - Fish, 1.6.3 - Animal life cycle.) 4n Sprouts, shoots on seeds (as of on fruit, roots, bulbs e.g. avocados, potatoes etc.). (sem. domains: 6.2.1 - Growing crops, 1.5.5 - Parts of a plant, 1.5.6 - Growth of plants.) 5v To let seeds sprout, shoot (as of fruit, roots, bulbs e.g. avocado, potatoes etc.) (sem. domains: 6.2.1 - Growing crops, 1.5.5 - Parts of a plant, 1.5.6 - Growth of plants.)

sawayang₃ [sawáyang] (irreg. infl. sakag) 1n A small fishing net used by 2-3 men in shallow water during the rainy season (each end is held by one person drawing it closer together and towards the shore). M-T rejects this, see #1! Si Al ag Ed ay naggamit it sawayang sa pagrakop it similyang bangus. Al and Ed use a small fishing net to catch bangus fry. syn: sakag, sungya. 2vi To go fishing with this net. Sinra ay nagpangawayang it gab-i sa may Puyo. They went fishing with a small net last night near Puyo.

siha [síhà] 1n To part one's hair. (sem. domains: - Hairstyle.) 1.1n Part in hair. 1.2vt To part hair. siha Asihaon nako kag imo buhok. I’ll part your hair. 22.1vbt To pull apart and remove seeds (as of a fruit, vegetable). buka Ingsihaan nida kag abokado nak mag-adap sida it similya it kato. He pulled apart the avocado to remove the seeds to grow a variety of that kind.

trol [trol] 1n Net on beam like wheelbarrow to catch young milkfish. (sem. domains: - Fish with net.) 2v To push a triangular shaped net to catch fish, shrimps in shallow water (as of a ‘wheel-barrow’ shape on floats. It is used by one person to catch bángus, young milkfish). Kag mga tawo ay ginggagamit kag trol pag sinra ay nagpapang-rakop it similya it bangus. People use a triangular push-net when they are catching newly hatched milkfish. (sem. domains: - Fishing equipment.)