anak [anák] 1n Child; baby; son; daughter (as of any age). [As of S, D i.e. a lineal descendant of any gender one generation below somebody (-1).] (sem. domains: 2.6.4.2 - Child, 4.1.9.1.4 - Son, daughter.) 2interj Child; my child; son; daughter. [term of address] (sem. domains: 9.7.1.7 - Terms of endearment.) 3vt To give birth. Nag-anak kag amo uning it tatlong bilog. Our cat gave birth to three (kittens). Ging-anak ako sa Mindoro tong 1947. I was born on Mindoro in 1947. Permi sidang nagbalik-balik sa ida ging-anakan. She’s always returning to the place she was born. (sem. domains: 2.6.3 - Birth.) comp. abandonadong anak , comp. dios nak anak , der. anak-anak , der. anak-ának , der. anak-anakon , der. inanak , der. paanak , der. paanakon , id. anak sa bunyag , id. anak sa kasay , id. anak sa liwas , id. masyarong anak

bay₁ [bay] n Affectionate name, term of address for a female friend (as of from Hiligaynon). Hariin ka halin bay? Where have you been friend? (sem. domains: 9.7.1.7 - Terms of endearment.)

boy [boy] n 1Nickname (as of a name used when the speaker doesn't know the name of the young boy being addressed). [This would only be used to a child, young teenager often when needing their help. It is from the English "boy".] (sem. domains: 2.6.4.2 - Child, 9.7.1.6 - Nickname, 2.6.4.3 - Youth.) 2Servant "boy" (as of a young boy taken into the home to help with household chores in exchange for board, lodging and schooling). (sem. domains: 6.1.1 - Worker.) 3Family nickname (as of a pet name for a boy that often becomes almost his personal name). [Such a name is often carried right throughout life and is better known that his given, Christian name. It is from the English "boy".] (sem. domains: 9.7.1.6 - Nickname, 9.7.1.7 - Terms of endearment.)

brad [brad] n Brother; brod (as of a shortened affectionate term of address for someone who is a friend or in the same organization, church as oneself). (sem. domains: 4.1.3 - Know someone, 9.7.1.7 - Terms of endearment.)

brow [brow] n Brother; bro (as of a shortened affectionate term of address for someone who is a friend or in the same organization, church as oneself). (sem. domains: 4.1.3 - Know someone, 9.7.1.7 - Terms of endearment.)

buboy [búboy] n Affectionate name for teenage boy, son. Kag tawag sa ida anak ay buboy. The name she calls her child is “buboy”. (sem. domains: 9.7.1.6 - Nickname, 9.7.1.7 - Terms of endearment.)

dyowa [dyówà] n Boyfriend, girlfriend, sweetheart (as of a term of affection between a couples). (sem. domains: 4.1.1.1 - Girlfriend, boyfriend, 9.7.1.7 - Terms of endearment.) der. magdyowa

ongkol [óngkol] n 1Uncle (a term of address for the male siblings of one's parents). (sem. domains: 4.1.9.1.6 - Uncle, aunt, 9.7.1.7 - Terms of endearment.) 2Respected older man (a term of address). [This shows respect for any older man.] (sem. domains: 9.6.3.8 - Honorifics, 4.1.9.1.6 - Uncle, aunt.)

palangga [palánggà] (irreg. infl. angga; irreg. infl. langga) 1n Love; “darling”; “beloved.” syn: gugma. (sem. domains: 3.4.1.1 - Like, love, 9.7.1.7 - Terms of endearment.) 2vt To love, cherish. umíbig, mahal Apalanggaon nako sida nak pay ako ra tunay nak hali. I’ll loved her as though she’s my real sister. (sem. domains: 3.4.1.1 - Like, love.) der. mapinalanggaon , der. pagpalangga , der. pinalangga

pinalangga [pinalángga] (der. of palangga) n Beloved, love, dear, darling. (sem. domains: 3.4.1.1 - Like, love, 9.7.1.7 - Terms of endearment.)