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mangyát
maníNounPeanuts.
máni
manláyNounTwo peso bill.specpilák
manlayáw di matá (+ pron2 or genitive construction)Active Verb(a) For the eyes of a person very ill or near death to roll in his head. (b) To be quick to glance in a given direction.
manlík
mannabáNounTraditional name for July, so named because that's when the water rises.mang-
manngét
manókNounChicken.for coloration patterns, cf. gáyang, gotík, pésak, pókawspectítitmember of setkawwítankiyápobóanoppápandákapomallasángantogalód
mánongNounOlder brother; older male of the same generation as ego.
manpag-én
manpáp
Manpóos di bóngot na.
Manpóos di toktók na.
mánsa1NounStain, as on clothes, hands.2Active Verbman-, i-To stain.Manmánsa din netán di lángka.Jackfruit sap stains.3Stative verbma...anTo be stained.Namansáan din bádok.My clothes are stained.See alsongámotpat-ókpintá
mansakít di nemnémid.
mansegép di manóktimeTime when chickens go to roost.Dinmaténg kamí sin kostó ay mansegép di manók.We arrived at the very time the chickens go to roost.See alsobollingétewéd 1illétlabí 4liksépmaadáwan ágewsagílipsedémsewílsolíyaw
mántaNounWhite or light-colored cloth.speclópot
manték
mantíka1NounVegetable oil, lard, shortening.2Active Verb-anTo grease, as a pan.See alsolámoslánalanébsísi
maóngNounDark-colored, heavy duty cloth or clothing, esp. jeans.
map-èng
mapgés
mapiniyálActive VerbTo fall back on, esp. as a last resort, as a bolo in a quarrel.See alsopamospósanma-...-in-
mapinnaítAdjectiveSlightly sour or bitter.