Search results for "damot"

pilit₁ [pilít] 1n Sticky; thick (as of a thick mixture of food or coconut). malagkit Mahirap mag magmasa it himuong tinapay dahil mapilít sa damot. It’s hard to mix bread dough because it’s sticky on the hands. 2v To stick together. Nagpilit kag mga letrato. The photos stuck together. 3vi To stick something somewhere; to stick two things together. Ingpahupot nida kag karatula sa ringring it merkado. She stuck the sign on the market wall.

pungkoy [púngkoy] 1vt To cut off; to maim. Ingpungkoy nida kag ikog it iro. He cut off the tail of the dog. 2sta To be cut off or maimed. putol Napungkoy ka ida damot tong maipit it makina. His hand was maimed when it got crushed in the machine.

rangrang [rángrang] vbt To warm, dry something or somebody near the fire. magpainit Ingrangrang nida kag rahon sa kayado bag-o ingbuyong. She warmed the leaves near the fire before using them for medicine. Ingrangrang nida kag damot sa kayado dahil mayamig. He warmed his hands near the fire because it was cold.

ruksoy₁ [ruksóy] v To jump at. It yang giruksoy tong inra iro sa inra bisita bag-o kinagat kali sa damot. The dog just jumped at their visitor and then bit him on the hand.

sakro [sákro] 1sta To brush against something; to jostle; to knock over by jostling or bumping against; to trip by catching ones foot on something; stumble; stub one’s foot/toe. patíd Nasakro kag ako damot sa sig-ang ag napaso. My hand brushed against the cooking stones and was burned. syn: sangko 1, tapi 1, sangko 2, saplir, tapi 2. 2vi Nagsakro sida sa ugat it kahoy nak nagyuyuaw. She tripped on the root of the tree that was protruding. 3vt To intensionally bump or jostle somebody/something. Tong ingsakro ako nida, nabuhian kag itlog. When she bumped me, the eggs dropped.

saliping [salíping] 1adj Extra fingered, toed, hands, feet. (sem. domains: - Finger, toe.) 2n Extra fingers, toes on hand, feet. iping Si Tang Rufi ay an-om kag damot, kag usa hagto ay saliping kada kag tawag sa ida ay si “Tang Rufi nak silipingon”. Uncle Rufi has a six fingered hand. One has an extra finger so he’s called “Uncle Rufi who is extra fingered”. (sem. domains: - Finger, toe.)

sapnot [sápnot] adj Rough, calloused. magaspang Kag damot it ako tatay ay abang sapnot dahil sa sobrang trabaho. My father’s hands are very rough because of all his work.

sibakag [sibákag] v To make homosexual hand gestures like ’twee’. Nagsisibakag kag damot ni Danny kung nakainom. Danny’s hands are twisting like a homosexual’s when he’s drunk.

sulunranon₃ [sulunránon] n Traditions; customs; teachings. paniwala Usay sa mga sulunranon namo ay kag pag amin sa damot it maguyang kung gab-i. One of our customs here is to kiss the hands of our parents when night comes.

suor [súor] vbt To approach; come close. lapit Aya gisuor sa ako kaanghit ka! Don’t come close to me you smell bad! Tapos, ingsuoran nida tong kabade ag inghuytan sida sa damot. Then he approached the woman and held her by the hand.

tar n The milk in a star apple fruit. dagta Ahibuan nako it lana kag ako damot dahil abang tar. I’ll rub my hands with oil because they got plenty of the milk from the star apple fruit on them.

tiko₁ [tikô] 11.1adj Crooked, bent. Aya gi gamita kinang tiko nak lansang. Don’t use that crooked nail. Kag ida damot ay tiko dahil nahuyog sida sa hagran. His hands are crooked because he fell on the stairs. 1.2vi To become crooked; to be bent over. Nagtiko kag inra gripo. Their faucet bent over. 1.3vt To make something crooked; to bend something over. tiko 22.1adj Out of line, not conforming, incorrect (as of ones manners, actions, speech). baluktot Asing tiko’t ugali kinang anak nidang kayaki ay buko ra sida tyar. Why does his son act out of line when he’s not like that.

tislok [tíslok] 1vt To steal; to pilfer; to be light-fingered. Waya nako gusto it anak nak abang tislok. I don’t like children that are light-fingered. Ingtislok it anak kag lapis it ida kaklase. The child stole the pencil of his classmate. 2adj Given to stealing. 3adj Given to stealing (lit. stealing hands). malikot ang kamay, magnanakaw Kag tislukan it damot nak anak ay narakopey. The child that’s given to stealing has been caught. syn: kupit, matislok.

tortor [tórtor] vt To beat up somebody/something; to hit. pokpok Natortor nako it martilyo kag ida damot kada nagyamhong. I happened to hit his hand with a hammer so it became swollen.

wagang [wágang] v To become stiff and splayed, spread (as of fingers, toes). kagang Nagwawagang kag damot ni Apyong kung yango. Apyong’s hands stiffened and became splayed when drunk.

wilig-wilig₂ [wilig-wilíg] vi To go, move from side-to-side; to zig-zag (as of a boat tipping from side-to-side, a dog waging it’s tail). iling-iling Ingwilig-wilig it iro kag ida ikog pagkakita sa ida amo. The dog wagged his tail from side-to-side when he saw his master. Nawilig-wilig pa kag ikog it israng kadadawi yang. The fish that was just caught is still wiggling its tail. Ingwilig-wilig ni Gail kag ida damot para makabuhi kag uning nak nakakagat. Gail shook her hand to get the cat off which was biting her. syn: hiwag 1. (sem. domains: - Move noisily.)

yadang [yádang] v To become stiff and splayed, spread apart as of fingers, toes. kumukunat Nagyayadang kag damot ni Apyong pag sida’y nayayango. The hands of Apyong become stiff and splayed when he’s drunk.