Bolinao – English



*waksilwak-silnBol:Bul'isan nin garamay a ginagetan na.Tag:HumaplitIlo:IwaksiEng:The action of flicking one's hand.Der.iwaksilshove something awaynangwaksilTo shake or flick the hand once, such as what a girl might do if a boy came up and grabbed her hand; to pushs something off from the body.
*wala'wa-la'nBol:Ipasubo' yay lalaman sa ani man a mangyadi'; Gaw'en a animan a kai yayna panemtemen a duka' a mangyadi' sa lalaman.Tag:Magpakawala'Ilo:Magwala'; agwala'Eng:To engage in self-abandonment; to loose self-control.Der.magwala'To become mad.
*walakwa-lakDer.iwalakTo neglect or leave many things lay around discarded and scattered.mawalakTo be negligent of things (non-living) by just leaving them lay around; abandon.
*walatwa-latDer.nawalatTo be extremely vast in area.
*wanagwa-n`agDer.kanawaganEase; comfort; convenience.kawanaganSufficiency bringing about an easy life. That which is over and above what is needed; extra. Well-to-do-ness; abundance of possessions - wealth.; mawanagSpacious; sufficient; more than enough of money, time, knowledge, etc.pagkanawaganPanag-ayam.
*wanaswa-nasDer.mawanasA wide, cleared area.
*wanetwa-nëtDer.iwanetTo grab an object (usually flexible such as a cat) and throw it with a whip-like action because you are angry.niwanet-wanetwhip around something flexiblethrew around
*wanwanwan-wanDer.iwanwanguide into something
*waywaywaywayDer.iwaywayTo lengthen the rope of the tied animal so that it can go farther to seek for more food or grasses.
*welegwëlëgDer.niwelegTo shake something off with great effect such as grasp of a person on your arm.
*wesweswëswësDer.iweswesTo swing from side to side in the wind.maweswesBuffeted.rumaweswesRustling of wind; the sound of the leaves when passed hit by a strong wind. trees.
*wisikwi-sikDer.iwisikTo flick something in order to shake of a liquid. Sprinkle by shaking a liquid of the fingers.
*witwitwitwitDer.mangwitwitwinitwitanAct of pointing the index finger at someone as warning or threat.witwitan
*yabogya-bogDer.iyabogTo drive; or herd animals someplace.
*yagel'a-gëlDer.iyagelTo give defense from something.
*yangka'yaŋka'Der.payangka'Act of spreading thighs and legs.
*yapyapyap-yapDer.mangyapyapyapyapenTo shake a birao with a occilating up and down motion in order to seperate the larger or heavier grains from the lighter ones.
*yate'ya-të'Der.mayate'Half-cooked rice.
*yu'yo'yu'-yo'Der.miyu'yo'To bounce on an object which is relatively flexible. (e.g. Jump on a bed; to bounce while sitting on a bench.)yu'yuanTo bounced over a board or flooring to prove its strenght.yumu'yo'For a person to bounce on a board or any flooring to prove its strength.
*yugayogyu-gayogDer.yugayugen???
*yungoyu-ŋoDer.mangyungonayungoWood fuel put together in a stove to burn.piyungwenyungwen
*yungsoryuŋsorEng:face downDer.iyungsorTo cause someone to fall down e.g. to the ground head or face first.maiyungsorhappen to fall flat
*yupityu-p`itDer.kayupitanTo be weak.mayupitTo be flexible. Weak as in the body of a woman compared to the body of a man. Lowly and to be pitied; poor in status.
*yutyotyutyotadjBol:Bagay a namaayupa' bana' sa byat na.Tag:Yotyot; habyogIlo:Panagbaba; bimabaEng:Downward yielding, under stress of weight or pressure giving at the same time a peculiar sound.Der.yumutyotbent downward