ambungan - goodlooking, handsome; "ambong" - to look beautiful; Ambong man pud diay tan-awon ang mga gidayandayan sa plaza.
banog - hawk
bilahan - the area near the the "b*lat", he he he.
binuhagay - from "buhagay" - to flow in torrents; also poetic "Mibuhagay sa iyang baba ang mga mabulukong pulong sa gugma".
buaw - (no direct translation); more than the usual, in excess of the ordinary, like "buaw mokaon"
katap - to spread (people, information)
kinampay - purple yam
kinuptanan - souvenir, more of a treasured item between two persons (friends or lovers)
duyog - to accompany (music), to sympathize (miduyog sa kasubo), to go with (miduyog sa panahon)
habig - to separate a throng to give way for somebody to pass through
hapat: hagpat? - to separate the leaves from the peduncle/midrib ("hagpata ang kamunggay")
hapat: apat? - no direct translation; an expression of mild disgust over a wasted opportunity or effort ("Apat kay mangadto ta, wa hinoon ta modayon. Makakaon unta ta'g humba.")
hapyod - to use the palm of the hand to press lightly the hair, fiber, or creased clothing
himungaan - mother hen; also " munga' "
hugpa - to attack as in disease or epidemic
nangalimyon - to emit scent
panginda - frustration in soliloquy?
ping-it - to grimace in pain
salga - to fire a gun
sunoy - rooster
tabisay - to salivate
tahas - task, mission
tingusbawan - inspiration? the reason for being, the reason why one aspires for something; "Mga tingusbawan sa kinabuhi."
tipig - to store (for future use)
tubay - to respond, to discuss, to get involved. "Wala no ka motubay sa iyang gipanulti."