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gayabon [gayabón] n Plant species, root crops; taro; edible bulb which grows green leaves, used as a vegetable. Colocasia esculenta. (sem. domains: 5.2.3.1.4 - Food from leaves.) comp. matatamnaney it gayabon kag imo liog

matatamnaney it gayabon kag imo liog [matatámnaney it gayabón kag ímo lí-og] (comp. of tanom, gayabon, liog) say Your neck is very dirty and needs a good wash (as of having hard dirt in the folds of the skin). [lit: can- already -be-planted rootcrop your neck] [This gayabón "root crop with large green leaves" grows in mud.] (sem. domains: 5.6.1 - Clean, dirty.)

mayabo [mayabó] adj Milky; delicious (of food particularly avocado, squash, root crops). Soft fleshly rootcrop, as of one that is good tasting. malinamnam Bukoey kailangan nak gatasan pa kag mayabong abokado. There’s no need to put milk on a milky avocado. (sem. domains: 5.2.3.1.5 - Food from roots.)

mayabong [mayábong] adj Milky specifically of good root crops. malago Miskan sa ragasrasong raga ay umuswang kag mayabong nak mga tanom. Eventhough the soil is sandy, milky root crops would come up.

panyabot₁ [panyabót] (say. of panutsa) n Feelings. pakiramdam Nagyain kag ida panyabot pagkakita sa ida asawa nak inggwa it ibang kabadi. Her feelings were hurt when she saw her husband with another woman.

panyabot₂ [panyabót] adj Not very well. hindi masyadong magaling

taguyabong [taguyábong] n Cassowary.

yabo [yabó] adj Soft, tasty to eat (as of cooked root crops). Abang yabo katong amo nabakay nak kayabasa. That squash we bought really sounds soft. (sem. domains: 5.2.3.1 - Food from plants.)

yabog₁ [yábog] 1adj Healthy; overgrown; shady (leaves or plants). Mayabog kag tanom nak ingabunuhan. The plant that was given fertilizer is healthy. 2vi To become healthy, overgrown. mayabong Nagyabog kag amo tanom pagkaabuno. Our plants became healthy when they were fertilized.

yabog₂ [yábog] 1adj Oversoft due to overcooking. 2n A dish made of coconut milk and root crops (can also be mixed with bananas or sticky rice). 3vt To boil root crops (includes cooking bananas, all of which are cut in chunks). labog Nagyabog sida it sab-a, balinghoy ag kamote. She boiled a mixed dish of cooking banana, cassava and sweet potato. Iyabog nida kag gata it balinghoy. She will boil the cassava in coconut milk. Nagyabog sida it balinghoy ag sab-a. She made the dish with coconut milk out of cassava and banana. [Root crops maybe boiled in water (túbì) or coconut milk (gatâ).]

yabong [yábong] adj Luxuriant foliage; healthy plants. malago

yabor [yábor] 1n Sediment, slime, deposit left from a liquid (as of something falling to the bottom of a container). Sayaa kag tubi bag-o ibutang sa gining dahil abang ramong yabor. Strain the water before putting it in the water jar because there’s a lot of sediment in it. (sem. domains: 1.3.6 - Water quality.) 2v To sink to the bottom of liquids (as of sediment, solid particles). Pagkabawas it tubi sa planggana ay nabilin kag nagyabor nak buling ag sabon. When some water is poured out of the washing dish what’s left is the dirt and soap that has sunk to the bottom.

yabot [yábot] 1adj Different. Yabot ka inra mga ugali, no? Their customs are different, no? syn: kaiba. 2vi To become, be different; to change something (as one’s mind). iba Imaw kali kag nagyabot it kahulugan. This is how the meanings differed.

hagna [hágnà] n The bulb of a root crop like gayabón. (sem. domains: 1.5.5 - Parts of a plant.)

kaiba [ka-ibá] adj Unique; different. kaibahan Kag ida parayan it pagtudlo ay kaiba sa ako parayan it pagtudlo. His method of teaching is unique when compared to my method of teaching. syn: yabot 1. (sem. domains: 8.3.5.2.3 - Different, 8.3.5.3.3 - Unique.)

ato₁ [áto] 1vt To provoke a reaction, fight that one can win against somebody younger or weaker; to pay unnecessary attention, take childish actions seriously enough to react (as of an older child reacting, bullying, intimidating or showing their superiority over a younger sibling). patulan Ing-ato busa nimo sida kada nagrako kag gulo. It’s your fault for reacting to her therefore the trouble got worse. Ging-atoey ra kina nimo sida it estoryahan ay yabot kag ida gingtutuuhan. Why do you have to argue with him when in fact he has different beliefs from you. (sem. domains: 4.8 - Conflict.) 2v To entertain an impractical idea, desire beyond one's good judgment, means or ability (as of paying too high a price, buying too expensive a dress, hoping to become something beyond one's ability). (sem. domains: 3.2.5.4 - Agree with someone.) der. palaato

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: 5.2.3.1.5 - Food from roots.)

ragasrason [ragasrasón] (irreg. infl. ragas-ragason) adj Sandy (as of soil or rice with stones in it). mabuhangin Miskan sa ragasrasong raga ay umutwang kag mayabong nak mga tanom... Eventhough the soil was sandy, milky root crops would come up... (sem. domains: 1.2.2.1 - Soil, dirt.)

rayab₁ [ráyab] vi To flame up as of a fire. magpaliyáb, liyab Natubor kag kinaydo dahil nabadaan nida kag kayado bag-o nagrayab. The rice was burned because she neglected the fire and it flamed up. Aparayabon nako tong kayado bag-o isugnar tong kinaydo. I’ll have the fire flame up first before cooking the rice.

rayab₂ [ráyab] vbt To flare up specifically of fire. liyab Pagsubrang rako kag imo rabok ay nagrarayab kag kayado. When your firewood is too big the fire flares up. Aparayabon nako kag kayado para buko maaso. I’ll let the fire flares up so that there’ll be no smoke.

tangkon [tángkon] n Root crops. bungang kahoy Umutwang kag mayabong nak mga tanom - mga kinayo, ubi, apali, kinusoy ag iba pang tangkon pati mga utanon. Milky root crops would come up - cassava, yams, large and small taro and other kinds of root crops as well as greens to use as vegetables. syn: duma .

tugrang [túgrang] vbt To let something settle to the bottom in a liquid (as of the dirt in water, the solid particles in juice, the dropping of an anchor). pinatining Patugrangon anay nimo kag yabor bag-o ka mag-inom. You let the residue settle first to the bottom of the glass before drinking it. der. patugrang

utwang [útwang] v To grow, sprout specially of plants; to come up (of plants) tumubo Miskan sa ragasrasong raga ay umutwang kag mayabong nak mga tanom,... Eventhough the soil was sandy, milky root crops would grow up,...