Search results for "ngalat"

ngalat 1intrans. to have a sharp, pungent taste, e.g. eggplant not fully cooked, taro leaves cooked, green pineapple. Mungngalat nan tabuyug. The pomelo has a pungent taste. muN‑. 1C General class. Sim: lumii, pait, hangliw. (sem. domains: 2.3.3 - Taste.) 2proc. to become pungent. ‑um‑/‑imm‑.

hangliw comm. tasty flavor; for something to have flavor. Maid hangliw na te bokon hi Yolanda di nangihaang. It has no flavor because Yolanda isn’t the one who cooked it. Sim: lumii, ngalat, pait; Sim: tamtam. (sem. domains: 2.3.3 - Taste.)

lumii sta. to be sweet, the taste of food. Malumii nan manggan kinan taku. The mango we ate is sweet. Makalummii tun kampem. Your coffee is very sweet. ma‑, maka‑. 6D Descriptives. Sim: ngalat, pait, hangliw. (sem. domains: 2.3.3 - Taste.)

pait 1sta. to have a bitter taste. Mumpait nan tungpup. The bamboo-shoot is bitter. Mapait di apgu. The bile is bitter. muN‑, ma‑. 6D Descriptives. Sim: lumii, ngalat, hangliw. (sem. domains: 2.3.3 - Taste.) 2comm. rattan fruit; tends to have sour, rather than bitter taste. Language Of Borrowing: Ilocano. ampait

gita 1comm. venom, secretion of animals and insects. Waday gitan di gayyaman. Centipedes have venom. 2comm. rabies venom. Waday gitan di natagal an ahu. A mad dog has rabies venom. 3sta. to be venomous; to have venom. Nagitaan nan ulog an nangalat ke hiya. The snake which bit him is venomous. Nagitaan nan ukkon. The puppy has rabies. ma‑ ‑an/na‑ ‑an.

kapuy 1proc. to become weak; diminish in strength; for something to lessen. Kimmapuy nan nuwang an mun-aladu. The carabao has become slower in plowing. Kimmapuy di pangana. His appetite has lessened. ‑um‑/‑imm‑. 2G Processes. (sem. domains: 2.4.2 - Weak.) 2sta. to be weakened in strength. Nakapuy di dibdib. The wind is weak. Ya adi mungngalat hin adi nakapuy di apuy an punha-angan. And it is cooked well in strong fire (lit. not weak fire) so it doesn’t become pungent and itch. ma‑/na‑. Language Of Borrowing: Ilocano.