Asi - English


y


yangkawas n The rhizome is used as a condiment, Flavor is similar to ginger but less pungent. It is also cooked with the sap of sugar cane or with honey and water to produce an entoxicating beverage. The rhizomes are carminative and stimulative, and a decoction of the leaves is used for antirheumatic and stimulant baths. langkauás languas pyramidata
yangkay [yángkay] adj Dried well, enough. tuyî na Kag binuyar nak payay nida ay yangkayey dahil makusog kag silak. The palay which he sundried was well dried because of the strong sunlight.
yangkuban [yangkubán] n Lids and eyelashes around the eye. (sem. domains: 2.1.1 - Head.)
yango [yangó] (dial. var. baslok) adj Drunk; intoxicated. lasing syn: bayong 3.
yangob [yangób] adj Hollow cheeked (as of somebody without teeth). Yangob kag ida yuba kada buko sida maganda gigmuyatan. She’s hollow cheeked so she’s not nice to look at.
yangsi [yángsì] (irreg. infl. mayangsi kag anit) adj Pale. maputla Si Pedro ay kayangsiey dahil kuyang sa rugo. Pedro looks pale because he’s anemic.
yangsi-on kag anit [yangsi-on kag anít] n Pale, as of dry skin of a person who doesn't sweat, as of from sickness, shock pain. (sem. domains: 2.4.2 - Weak, 2.5.6 - Symptom of disease.)
yangya [yangyá] n Large rattan.
yanit [yánit] vt To tug, pull something roughly (as of somebody’s hair, clothing, curtains). hila Nagyanit-yanitan sinra it buhok tong sinra ay nag-away. They pulled each other’s hair roughly when they had their fight.
yano-yano [yano-yáno] adv Tuneful speech; interesting sounding voice. magandang magsalita Payano-yano baga kina sida pagnagdidiskurso. He always delivers an interesting speech.
yanob [yanób] adj Bulging. namaga Yanob kag uda ni Inday tong ingtampa ni Boy. Inday’s face bulged when she was spanked by Boy.
yanog₁ [yanóg] adj Soft fruit (as when touched).
yanog₂ [yanóg] 1adj Bruised, soft (said of fruits, vegetables). bugbog Waya’t nagbakay rutong mga yanog nak abokado. Nobody bought those bruised avocadoes. (sem. domains: 7.9.1 - Damage.) 2v To become bruised (fruit). Aya gipislita kag batag nak mayayanog. Don’t squeeze the bananas - they’ll become bruised. (sem. domains: 7.9.1 - Damage.) 3v To beat up somebody; to beat to a pulp. (sem. domains: 2.5.3 - Injure.) 4adj Bruised muscles (from beating). bugbog (sem. domains: 2.5.3 - Injure.)
yanos [yanós] adj Sour, gone off (as of coconut milk, milk). bulok Kag ida ginggata nak nidog ay yanos. The coconut milk which she used was sour.
yanras₁ [yánras] vt To step, skip, go over something (as of stepping over a object, skipping pages when reading, going over hills). hakbang Aya giyanrasi kinang ako mga bag-ong tanom nak rosas. Don’t step over my newly planted roses.
yanras₂ [yánras] vi To go into the ground; to go down ward. baba Nagyayanrasey kag mga bato halin sa baguntor paubos. The stones from the hills are moving down towards the bottom. syn: as-as, banlas 1, hanlas 2.
yanrong [yánrong] adj Shady place. sheltered. malilim Nagpahuway sida sa mayanrong nak puno it mangga. He took a rest in the shade of the mango tree. syn: yampoy 1, sinrong 1. (sem. domains: 1.1.3.2 - Cloud.)
yansa [yánsa] 1.1adj Foul smell of fish; bad, wild smell, taste of food (as of birds). malansa Abang yansa katong amo suya nak nabakay sa restauran. The viand we bought in the restaurant tasted really bad.
yansi [yánsì] adj To be pale in skin colour (as when one is sick). maputla Si Tang Tawi ay nagpangyansi pagkauli sa sakit sa atay. Tang Tawi got a pale colour of the skin after recovering from sickness of liver. syn: yapsi, putla 1.
yantap [yántap] adj Good, calm weather. maganda Yantap kag panahon tong kami ay nagpaali dili sa Nasuli. The weather was good & calm when we came here to Nasuli.
yaog [yáog] adj Stowaway. naglayas
yaom [yáom] vbt To depend on somebody for one’s needs; to be dependent on somebody (as of money, cigarettes). inaasa Karugayey nak puro yang sa ida Uncle sa Saudi ingyayaom kag kwarta. It’s been so long that he’s been depending on his Uncle in Saudi for money.
yaon₁ [yaón] n Spinster; old maid. matandang dalaga
yaon₂ [ya-ón] n Rice stored for a long time, which goes brown (and is usually fed to pigs). luma na (sem. domains: 5.2.3.1.1 - Food from seeds.)
yaon₃ [yáon] vbt To cook leafy food for pigs. luto ng pagkaing baboy Nagyaon sida it tangkong nak ibahog sa baktin. She cooked kangkong leaves to feed for the pigs.