Asi - English


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mahingos [mahingós] irreg. infl. of kahingos
mahinhin [mahínhin] adj Demure, feminine; modest, chaste (as of a woman). mahinhin Aber tong bata pa sida ay mahinhiney talaga maghiwas. Even when she was still young she used to be demure in her ways.
mahipir [mahípir] adj Prudent; frugal; careful with things. masinop Si Mabis ay maadong kaibahan sa bayay dahil mahipir it gamit. Mabis is a nice house companion because she is careful with things.
mahiwas [mahiwás] v Moves a lot, as when sleeping. syn: abang hiwas. (sem. domains: 5.7 - Sleep.)
mahud-anan [mahud-ánan] irreg. infl. of kahud-anan
mahud-anon₁ [mahud-ánon] (der. of huda) adj Shy.
mahud-anon₂ [mahud-ánon] adj Shy. mahiyain Buko mahud-anon si Nene Claire. Nene Claire is not a shy girl.
mahugor₁ [mahúgor] adj Industrious. masípag Gusto ni Flor si Alan dahil mahugor. Flor wanted Alan because he is industrious.
mahugor₂ [mahúgor] irreg. infl. of kahugor
mahuna₁ [mahuná] adj Very shaky, wobbly. mahina Kag pondasyon it inra bayay ay mahuna. The foundation of their house is very shaky.
mahuna₂ [mahúnà] adj Wet, soft soil. Kada maramong banlas sa Luzon ay mahunaey kag raga dahil waya it maramong kahoy. That’s why there were lots of landslides in Luzon because the soil is so soft and there are not many trees.
mahuyog it suyat [mahuyóg it súyat] v 1To drop a letter into the Post Office. (sem. domains: 3.5.7.7 - Letter.) 2To defecate. (euphemism) (sem. domains: 2.2.8 - Defecate, feces.)
mahuyugan it bukoy [mahuyúgan it búkoy] 11.1v To be hit on the head by a falling young coconut. Aya gipasilong sa nidog baka mahuyugan ka it bukoy. Don’t go underneath the coconut palms in case you get hit by a young falling coconut. 22.1idiom - Convert to subentry Even if it hit you on the head(fig: like the English “even if it bit you on the nose”). Waya ako gipakialam sa inra away baka mahuyugan pa ako it bukoy sa kapapakialam. I did not intervene in their fight or I might be blamed in intervening.
maiksi [maíksì] n Short/mini dress. Bukoey ngasing uso kag maiksi. Short dresses are not in fashion now.
mainak [ma-ínak] (der. of inak) adj 1Selfish; mean; possessive; withholds good things. Syn: maismot, hakog 1. (sem. domains: 4.3.4.4.1 - Selfish.) 2Slipping off, hanging from a spoon; hard to scoop up into a spoon (as of slippery long noodles). (sem. domains: 8.1.7.1 - Extra, 8.3.2.1 - Smooth, 5.2.3.4 - Prepared food.)
mainamanon [mainamánon] adj Always ready beforehand. laging handa, listo, hindi nawawalan, maagap Aber katong binata pa ra sida ay mainamanon sida sa paglimpyo it lanas. Even when he was still a bachelor he was always had his ricefield cleaned and ready early.
mainit it uyo pay nagpapanamkon [maínit it úyo pay nagpapanámkon] idiom - Convert to subentry Temperamental, hot tempered like newly conceived, pregnant woman (lit:“hot head seems to have conceived”). mainit ang ulong parang naglilihi Mainit it uyo si Emma nak pay nagpapanamkon dahil waya ray it kwarta. Emma is hot tempered like a woman who has newly conceived, because she has no money again.
mainit kag damot [maínit kag damót] idiom - Convert to subentry Can’t care for plants, animals; don’t have a “green-thumb” (lit: hot hands, fingers). mainit ang kamay Indi gani ako maka -patubo it buyak dahil mainit kag ako damot sa mga tanom. I really can’t grow flowers because I don’t have green thumbs.
mainiton it uyo (der. of init) adj Hot-headed.
mairay [maíray] v Get a share in something good (as of all getting a taste, share). Siguraduha nak mairay sa tanan kinang imo ingyuto nak cake. Be sure that all get a share of the cake you baked.
mais [ma-ís] n Corn, maize. mais [This is one of the leading cereals of the world. It contains a higher percentage of both protein and fat than any other cereal, and so has a more balanced ratio of carbohydrates, proteins, and fats than other cereals. It can be eaten roasted or boiled.] Zea Mays (sem. domains: 6.2.1.1.3 - Growing maize.) comp. kalamay mais , comp. pangmais-mais it gaos
maisip [maísip] adj Resentful of overwork, unfair treatment; self pitying. maisip
maismot [maismót] adj Selfish; heartless; without feeling, mercy; thrifty; stingy. maramot, madamot Kayain ra kaling tawong maismot. It’s bad to be a selfish person. Si Lolong ay buko maismot kung tungkol sa kwarta. Lolong is not thrifty when it comes to money. Syn: mainak 1, hakog 1; syn: sakim, hakog 1, suyok, kagor 2, hangoy.
maisog [maísog] 11.1adj Brave; courageous. matapang Maisog talaga sida sa tanang bagay. He is really brave in everything. 22.1adj Strong (liquor) Tong suka nak imo tao ay maisog talaga. The vinegar you gave was really strong.
maisog it kurason [maísog it kurasón] idiom - Convert to subentry Inner strength in the face of fear, danger (lit: brave heart). malakas ang loob Maadoy maisog it kurason kag ida nanay nak naglaban ruto sa nagpanakaw sa inra. Its good that his mother has inner strength in face of fear to fight against those who robed them.