Search results for "damot"

hiwas [híwas] 1n Motion. (sem. domains: 4.3 - Behavior, 7.2 - Move.) 2vi To move around. To act, behave in some way; to go into, take action. (sem. domains: 4.3 - Behavior, 7.2 - Move.) 3vt To move something around (as of a fishing net). galaw Ahiwason nako kag ako damot nak kapilay. I’ll move tired arms around. (sem. domains: 4.3 - Behavior, 7.3.2 - Move something in a direction.) comp. abang hiwas , comp. hiwas it hadop , der. paghiwas

hugis kanrila [húgis kanríla] idiom - Convert to subentry Tapered candleshape. hugis kandila Kag mga damot ni Stephanie ay hugis kanrila. Stephanie’s finger nails are like tapered candle shape. (sem. domains: - Thin thing, - Finger, toe, - Narrow.)

hurma₂ [húrma] 1n Mark; a reprint made by using a carbon paper (e.g. drawings, writings, etc.). (sem. domains: - Show, let someone see, - Appearance.) 2vbt To reproduce using carbon paper. Nagpahurma yangey ako it drawing dahil daok ra ako maghuman. I reproduced the drawing using a carbon paper because I don’t know how to make one. (sem. domains: - Copy, - Same, - Pattern, model, - Imitate.) 3vi To draw, leave a mark on something (as of a mark from dirty hands on clothes, or to draw the outline or shape of a circle using a glass). latay Naghurma kag ida damot nak bulingon sa ako baro. His dirty hands left a mark on my dress. (sem. domains: - Show, let someone see, - Show, indicate, 3.6.5 - Correct.) der. pahurma

iway [íway] vi To avoid, dodge, escape. takas Maado gani nak sida ay nakaiway sa damot it mga kaaway. It was good he was able to escape from the hands of the enemies. syn: iwas, ilag, likaw. (sem. domains: - Save from trouble, - Survive.)

kagang₃ [kágang] v To twist and stiffen especially of one’s body (as in a stroke, illness). Nagkagang kag ida damot tong mayango. His hands twisted when he got drunk. (sem. domains: 2.5.5 - Cause of disease.)

kagat [kagát] 1n Bite of an animal, insect. Pincers of an ant. syn: pang-it, ingkib. (sem. domains: 2.5.3 - Injure.) 2sta To be bitten. Nakagat kag ida damot it iro. His hand was bitten by the dog. 3v To bite. kagat Nagpangkagat kag amo it anak. The monkey bit a child. der. kinagtan

kailos [ka-ílos] adj Tapered; slender; long (as of one’s fingernails shaped like a tapered candle). hugis kandila Kag mga kabading waya gihihilamon ay kailos it damot. Women who don’t weed grasses have slender finger nails. (sem. domains: - Thin thing, - Narrow.)

kamang₁ [kámang] vi To crawl; to creep. TWO ENTRIES gapang Nagkamang sa ako damot kag uyor. The worm crawled on my hand. (sem. domains: - Animal movement, - Baby, - Crawl.) der. kamangan

kamkam [kámkam] 1vt To go around touching things; messing things up. Ingpangkamkam nida kag mga butang sa lamesa. He messed up the things on the table. (sem. domains: - Untidy.) 2adj To always be touching or stealing things. malikot ang kamay Ingpriso katong eskwelang kamkaman it damot. The pupil who steals things was imprisoned. (sem. domains: - Bribe, - Steal.)

kiboy [kíboy] (dial. var. bail) n Callous; corn (as of a hardened part of the skin on the feet and hands). kalyo Kag damot it ako tatay ay abang ramoy it kiboy. My father has a lot of callouses on his hands. Abang rakmoey kag kiboy it ida tuhor. His callouses an his knee are very thick now. (sem. domains: 6.6.6 - Working with land, - Work hard.) der. kibuyon

kimay [kímay] sta To become numb. manhid Nagkimay kag ida damot tong mahuom sa yeluhon nak tubi. His hands became numb when it was soaked in icy water. (sem. domains: 2.3.5 - Sense of touch.)

kumayagko [kumayágkò] n Big digit on foot, hand; big toe; thumb. hinlalaki Ka kumayagko it damot ni Rene ay pungkoy. Rene’s thumb is deformed. (sem. domains: - Finger, toe.)

kumpas₂ [kúmpas] vbt To gesture, motion with one's hands; to mime, sign, use hands in a dance of sign language. galaw, kumpas Pirme sida nagkukumpas it damot pag nagbibisaya. She always motions with her hands when she’s talking. (sem. domains: - Gesture.)

kunoy [kunóy] adj To be frostbitten; frozen; numb with cold. manhid Kag ako damot ay makunoy dahil yelo. My hands were numb with cold because of the ice water.

kurinot [kurinót] adj Wrinkled, as of skin. kulubot Karamoey ka ida kurinot nak anit sa damot. She has many wrinkles on her hand. der. kurinot nak anit

labo₁ [labô] 1vt To cut something with a bolo. Inglabo nida kag sawa. He cut the snake with a bolo. 2sta To be cut by a bolo. tagâ Nalabo sida sa damot. She was cut on the hand by a bolo. (sem. domains: - Steps in food preparation.)

langko [lángko] n A young man. iho Payungot sa imo lola, langko ag mag-amin sa ida damot. Go to your grandmother, young man and have her place her hand of blessing on you.

lapos₁ [lápos] adv Go straight through; go in one side and out the other. butas Lapos kag bala sa ida damot kada waya sida namatay. The bullet in his hand went straight through that’s why he was not dead.

manikur [mánikur] n To have one’s nails manicured; to have one’s nails cleaned, trimmed and polished, painted. nagpalinis nang kamay Si Stephanie ay nagpamanikur it damot ag siki. Stephanie had her finger and toe nails polished.

palag [palág] v To resist somebody. palag Waya gipalag tong kriminal tong sida’y butangan it pusas sa ruhang damot. The criminal didn’t resist when handcuffs were put on his hands.

pamahir₂ [pamáhir] (irreg. infl. pahir) vbt To wipe (hands, feet, dishes) on a towel, cloth or mat. basahan Inpamahiran nida kag ida damot sa ida palda. She wiped her hands on her skirt. Pamahir anay it inro siki bag-o magsuyor. Please wipe your feet before coming in. der. pamahiran

panagang₁ [panagáng] v To shield oneself by some means. Maado yang nagpanagang sida it damot natama tan-a it kutsara kag ida uda. Its good he held his hands up as a shield or his face would have been hit with a spoon.

pangimay [pangímay] v To feel numb; to lose the feeling in a limb. namamanhid Nagpapangimay kag damot ni Norma pag nagpaplantsa ay mahudot it tubi. Norma’s hands feel numb if she iron’s clothes and then puts them in water.

paso₁ [pásò] 1sta To be burned on the skin by fire. Nasakro kag ida damot sa sig-ang ag napaso. Her hand brushed against the cooking stones and was burned. syn: plorera. (sem. domains: 2.1.4 - Skin.) 2vt To burn something, somebody intentionally. paso, sunog Apasu-on nako’t baga kag amamaga. I’ll burn the centipede with the ember. (sem. domains: 2.1.4 - Skin.) der. kapasuan

patong-patong [patong-pátong] 1adj Piled on top of each other. patong-patong Patong-patong ka ida problema. Her problems are piled on top of each other. 2v To put, place something on top of something; to place one’s hand, foot on somebody else’s body. patong Ingpatong kag damot it pastor sa uyo nako tong ako ay disakit. Pastor put his hand on my head when I was sick.