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lantay [lántay] v To go directly, straight on from one to the next, other place event. tuloy Naglantay kami sa kasay nina Inday ag Daday. We went straight on from Inday’s wedding to that of Daday.
libanta-libanta [libanta-libánta] v To raise one’s level of living slightly; to improve one’s life style. umasenso
maanta [maánta] (der. of anta) adj Bad smell of rancid or burning oil (as of bought manufactured coconut oil or old oil). Maanta kag inra utan nak ginat-an. Their vegetable cooked in coconut milk has the smell of bought rancid coconut oil. (sem. domains: 5.5.4 - Burn, 22.214.171.124 - Decay, 126.96.36.199.5 - Cooking oil, 2.3.4 - Smell.)
mamantas [mamántas] adj Becomes more cruel, dangerous; enrage (as of animals). mabangis Lalong mamantas kinang iro pag imo pa kina higtan. That dog would become more cruel if you tie it up now.
mantas [mántas] v To form a habit; to be used to doing something. Nagmantasey it kapapangagat tong iro dahil nakakaon it isiw. The dog has formed a habit of biting because of eating chickens.
mantinir [mantinír] (irreg. infl. mantiner) 11.1idiom - Convert to subentry Set-in, slow drizzle of rain. Waya ako nakaliwas para maglaba sa sapa dahil sa mantiner nak uyan. I was not able to go out to wash in the river because of this set in rain. 22.1v To dilly-dally, loiter, fill in time (sometimes with the idea of waiting for something). nag-antay-antay Si Nena ay nagmantiner habang naghuhuyat it barko. Nena dilly dallied around while waiting for the ship.
misa kantada [mísa kantáda] n Sung Mass. Kag pangruhang misa sa PIC ay misa kantada nak inggway it mga kantora. The second mass in the PIC church is sung mass since there are choir members.
nuog-nuog nak bantay [nuog-núog nak bántay] n Lumpfish (Flat fish with lumpy pattern of suckers on the skin).
pabando [pabándo] (der. of bando) 1n An announcement that has to be heralded around town by a town crier or herald (as of one who goes around the streets speaking through a loudspeaker etc.). (Calatrava) (sem. domains: 188.8.131.52.1 - Announce.) 2v To have a message announced, heralded to the public by a town crier or herald (as of one who goes around the streets speaking through a loudspeaker etc.). (Calatrava) pabantala Nagpabando kag hari nak maasaway kag ida anak sa usang prinsipe. The king had it announced to the public that his daughter will marry a prince. (sem. domains: 184.108.40.206.1 - Announce.)
pabantala [pabantálà] (der. of bantala) 1n Announcement; proclamation. (sem. domains: 220.127.116.11.1 - Announce.) 2vt To have something announced, proclaimed, spread; to make an announcement, proclamation to the public. palathala, pabalita Ipabantala nako nak di miting sa Sabado. I will announce that there will be a meeting on Saturday.
pahimot₂ [pahímot] v To hold on deep hatred which is just waiting its moment to take vengeance. banta Si Gertrude ay nagpahimot nak makakaliwas it prisuhan. Gertrude has a deep hatred just waiting to take vengeance by being able to get out of prison.
paispanta [paispánta] vbt To shoot a gun in air. paputok sa hangin Nagpaispanta tong pulis pagsaway nida ruto sa ruhang yango. The policeman shot into the air to stop the quarrel between the two drunk men.
pangtakyob sa yangaw₂ [pangtákyob sa yángaw] n Fly cover (as of plastic, gauze type cover which is put over food). pantakip sa pagkain Bakay it pangtakyob sa yangaw nak kailangan para sa pagkaon. Buy a fly cover because it’s needed for the food.
pangtasa [pangtasá] n Pencil sharpener. pantasa Nagbakay ako it pangtasa it lapis. I bought a sharpener for the pencil.
panguros [pangurós] v To make the sign of the cross. nag-antanda Pagrayan namo sa simbahan ay nagpanguros anay sida. When she visits the church she first makes the sign of the cross.