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rabanosrabanósSpn radish
rabnitrábnitv [c5] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN goalmagrábnitv snatch, seize, get by force, tear awaycfrabnot synrabot grabrubyatearbugnot snatch somethingagaw
rabnotrábnotBklv [c5] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN goalmagrábnotv wrest, yank, snatch, seize, tear downsynrabnit seizerabot grabbugnot agaw
rabongrábongadj MA-marábonglush, abundant, plentiful, luxurious, fertilesynrambong lushmatabafat, luxurious
rabotrábotv [c5] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN goalmagrábotv grab, snatch, plucksynrabnit seizerabnot wrestagaw bugnot snatch something
radagrádagn fallen leaves/fruitmagradág-radágv [c2] MAG- act. make sound of falling leaves or fruitVariantragdagsound of falling leaves
rádagn Variantragdagsound of falling leaves
radyorádyoEngn radioSira an inda radyo.Their radio is broken/out-of-order.radyuhánv [c7] MAG- ag; -AN goal; I- acc. be radioed toRadyuhan mo si Juanita na patay an iya iloy.Radio Juanita that her mother has-died.
ragarágav [c2] MAG- expmagrágav flare up, brightensynlaad flame
raganasraganásn sound of crumpling dry leavesmagraganásv [c2] MAG- act. make sound of crumpling dry leaves
ragasrágasv [c4] MAG- ag; -ON patmagrágasv destroy, ruinsynruba destroyrumpag rangka sira1 damaged
ragasras1ragasrásBkln roughness, coarseness, bumpiness, abrasivenessNabatyagan ko an ragasras san iya palad sa kaputan niya an akon kamot.I felt the roughness of his palm by his holding-of my hand.maragasrásadj MA-. rough skinned, rough surfacedMaragasras an iya bayhon.His face is rough-skinned.magragasrásv [c2] MAG- exp. become roughSadto malinis an iya panit pero niyan nagaragasras na.Before, her skin was-smooth but now it-is-becoming-rough already.
ragasras2ragásrasn gurgling, rustlingNabati mo an ragasras san tubi?Did you hear the gurgling of-the water?magragásrasv [c2] MAG- exp. rustle, gurgleKun nagaagi an hangin, nagaragasras an mga dahon san kahoy.When the wind passes the leaves of-the tree rustle.
ragdagrágdagBkln sound of falling leaves or fruitsVariantradag make sound of falling leaves or fruitVariantrádag
ragingringragingríngn twang. As of a guitar string
ragitrágitadj MA-marágitscorching hot. This refers to noontime heatcfinit heat1.1.3Weather
ragngakrágngakn snoremagrágngakv [c2] MAG- act. snoresynhagróngsnorehagrok snorehagraksnoringhuragok snoring
ragotrágotBkln sound of grating of teethmagrágotv [c2] MAG- act. make sound of grating/rasping, creak, squeak, gnash teeth, grind teethsynpagot gnash teethkagot
ragragrágragBklv [c4] MAG- act; -ON patmagrágragv scatter something, spill unknowingly. As rice spilling from hole in sack while being carriedsynpurak bulag bungkag
ragsikrágsikadj MA-marágsikadj crispy. Usually refers to foodmagrágsikv [c2] MAG- exp. become crispy, become brittle
raha1ráhaSpn king, rulersynhadi king
raha2ráhaCebn hardwood. Refers to hardwood cut for firewood, usually ipil-ipil or mangrove treesmagráhav [c2] MAG- act. cut and sell firewood. Refers to cutting and selling the ipil-ipil trees for firewood.
rahetarahétaSpn wood bundle. Refers to the small bundles of wood sold for cooking firesAn isad ka butok na raheta trenta pesos.One bundle of wood is 30 pesos.
rakyarákyav [c4] MAG- ag; -ON patmagrákyav stimulate, provoke, excite
raliksráliksEngn rolex watch. Refers to a wrist watch time piece of the brand name RolexNano kay dili ka nakahilwas san raliks?Why can you not pronounce rolex?