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doktor-wakwak [dóktor-wákwak] (comp. of doktor, wakwak) 1n A flying witch disguised as a doctor who goes from house to house asking to treat the sick, but in fact they need strength from a person to maintain their spiritual powers. [This is a person who changes in ways that resemble features of the European vampire or werewolf. They often threaten children and the sick from whom they are said to "drink their blood" or draw strength via their touch. If they drink the blood of children they become young looking, and if of old people then they become old looking. The person "treated" or touched by them will get sick and may die. They exhibit other signs of supernatural power e.g. seeming to walk but not actually touching the ground, extremely quick aging if they don't get to "drink the blood" of someone, and the ability to avoid capture due to being able to move at superhuman speed.] (sem. domains: 4.9.4.2 - Demon possession, 4.9.2 - Supernatural being.) 2n A game where a person has to untangle a group of participants. (sem. domains: 4.2.6.1 - Game.) 3v To play the game where a person has to untangle a group of participants. (sem. domains: 4.2.6.1 - Game, 4.2.7 - Play, fun.)

wakwak [wákwak] n Sound of a witch’s call when flying by. huni Kag aswang ay naghuni it gab-i ag abang kusog kag ida wak-wak. The witch called out last night and the ‘wakwak’ sound was really loud. [This is onomatopoeic of the real sound that is heard.] comp. doktor-wakwak

kwako [kwáko] 1n Pipe for smoking (may be of bamboo). kwako Pagkarakong kwako kag gamit permi ni Tang Anding kung mapanigarilyo. Tang Anding always uses a big pipe when smoking. 2vi To smoke a pipe. kwako Asing nagkwakwako pa ikaw? Why do you still smoke a pipe?