Search results for "Bird"

pagbuyusok [pagbuyúsok] (der. of buyusok) n/ger Swooping, diving down (as of birds or airplanes). (sem. domains: - Animal movement, - Fly, - Bird.)

pilago [pilagô] n Bird species; with brown, black markings and about 13cm long. YELLOW BREASTED ?? (sem. domains: - Bird.)

pispis [píspis] n Bird (as of the general term for all birds). íbon (sem. domains: - Bird.)

pugar [púgar] (irreg. infl. pugaran) n 1Nest of a bird or insects such as wasps which build nests out of leaves in trees. pugad (sem. domains: 1.6.5 - Animal home, - Bird, 6.3.6 - Poultry raising.) 2Nest, den of thieves or prostitutes. (sem. domains: - Bad, immoral, - Types of houses.) comp. pugar it mga mababa kag yupar

puyok₁ [puyók] vt To fight (especially of chickens), jump at each other as of fighting cocks. nag-aaway Nagpupuyukan kag mga tubor sa rayaag. The cocks are fighting in the yard. (sem. domains: - Gambling, - Bird.)

sada-sada [sada-sadá] (dial. var. baliusasadaw) (der. of sada) n Bird species; fantail, black with white markings (as of a bird that dances with it's tail spread). (sem. domains: - Bird.)

suyog₂ [suyóg] n Bantam rooster (as of one beginning to mate). (sem. domains: - Bird.)

syakat₁ [syakát] 1v To visit a nest before laying eggs. (sem. domains: - Bird, - Egg.) 2vbt To keep visiting a nest before laying eggs; to look for a nest to lay eggs in specifically of chickens. liliman Ingsyakatan it manok namo tong bag-ong pugaran. Our hen kept visiting the new nest. (sem. domains: - Bird, - Egg.)

tahor₂ [tahór] n The spur on a rooster’s leg. tarik (sem. domains: - Bird, - Parts of a bird.)

tikling [tíkling] n Bird with long neck, and long legs, white and sets on carabao (sem. domains: - Bird.)

togtog₁ [tógtog] n Bird species; a small white wading bird with long neck and long legs and sits on water buffalo. It flies in V shaped flocks (meaning is it's proud when on top of carabao). PROBABLY AN EGRET. (sem. domains: - Bird.)

toktok₃ [tóktok] vt To peck at, eat grains, as of chickens. toktok Sige kag tuktok it manok sa payay. The chicken kept pecking at the rice. (sem. domains: - Bird.)

tuka₁ [tukâ] 1n Beak of a bird. tuka (sem. domains: - Bird.) 2v To peck, eat grain, especially of a bird. (sem. domains: - Bird.) say. usang kahig usang tuka

ukuban [ukúban] v To cover chickens with one’s wings. Kag manok ay inukuban kag mga isiw kung inggwa it nagsusuor nak agila. The hen covers her chickens with one’s wings when there’s eagle approaching. (sem. domains: 1.6.5 - Animal home, - Bird.)
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