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rikisitosrikisítosSpn requisites
riklamoriklámoSpn complaint, reportNano an imo riklamo kuntra kan Rolando.What is your complaint against Rolando.magriklámov [c8] MAG- act; -ON pat; -AN goal; I- acc. complain, reportMagriklamo ka na masakit an imo likod.You complain that your back is painful.riklamadórn complainerRiklamador ini na tawo.This person is a complainer.cfngurob growlsynmutmot mugo complain
rikomindarrikomindárSpv [c4] MAG- ag; -ON patVariantrekomendarmagrikomindárv recommend, advocate, suggest, propose
rikonosirrikonósirSpv [c4] MAG- ag; -ON patmagrikonósirv examine, diagnose, inspect, scrutinize
rikordríkordEngn record, evidence, documentation, accountIdto'n tawo na may mga rikord na maraot pinangpriso.Those persons who have bad records were-imprisoned.
rikoridarikorídaSpv [c2] MAG- actmagrikorídav go around, travel around, travel through, circumventNagrikorida an supirbisor sa mga iskwilahan sa baryo.The supervisor went-around to-the schools in-the village.syntalibod
rikwirdorikwírdoSpn souvenir
rilasyonrilasyónSpn relationshipIgwa sinda sin maraot na rilasyon.They have an illicit relationship.
rilihiyonrilihiyónSpn religionNano an imo rilihiyon?What is your riligion?
rilihiyosarilihiyósaSpn religious womansynrilihiyósoreligious_man
rilihiyosorilihiyósoSpadj religious man, devoted personRilihiyoso siya na tawo.He is a religious person.synrilihiyosareligious woman
rilihiyóson religious_man
rilorilóSpn clock, watch, time pieceWara ako sin rilo.I have no watch.rilohíron watch repairmanDidto ako sa rilohiro.I was-there at-the watch-repairman's.magrilóv [c7] MAG- act; -AN goal; I- acc. wear a watchHabo siya magrilo.She does-not-want to-wear-a-watch.
rimadimarimadímaadj loathsome, fearful view/sightcfmakabaradliabhorrentsynmakaririgmarepulsive
rimalasorimalásoSpn accident, unfortunate incident, disasterDili ta gayod maiwasan an mga rimalaso.We cannot really avoid accidents.Variantremalásomagrimalásov [c2] MAG- act. accidentally happensyndimalasunlucky
rimasrímasn breadfruit tree/fruitNagtanom siya sin rimas.He planted a breadfruit-tree.synmirasbreadfruitkulobreadfruit
rimaterimáteSpadj certain second move. That is, certain to be the second move and it will finish the game. Perhaps it means check-mate
rimatserimátseSpn rivet
rimidiorimídioSpn remedymagrimídiov [c2] MAG- act. resort to, turn to
rimorímoCebn oar, paddleMagdara ka sin duha na rimo.You bring two oars.rimuhónn oar wood. Refers to a piece of wood to be made into an oarRimuhon ko ini na tabla.This board is my oar-wood.irímov [c7] MAG- ag; -AN pat; I- acc/ben. oar, paddle, row, scullIrimo ako san sakayan.Row the boat for me.synbugsay paddle
rindaríndaSpn reins. Refers to the ropes or leather straps used to control horsesKapti an rinda san imo kabayo.Hold the reins of your horse.rindahánv [c7] MAG- ag; -AN pat; I- acc. attach reins to an animalRindahan ko anay an akon kabayo.I will-put-reins on my horse first.
ringkonríngkonn uncivilized place, primitive place
rinibov [c14] Variantlibo in the thousands
rinkarínkan creel basket. Refers to a creel basket for a fisherman's catch or to a fish vendor's basketcfalatbasketbukaglarge basketkanastrobasketbaskitbasket
riparípaSpv [c5] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN goal/benmagrípav raffle, conduct lotteryripáhonv be raffledDidi ginripa ninda an pagpili sani na duha.At-this the choice between-these two was-raffled by-them.ripáhanv be raffled forGinripahan ninda an pansuon.The coat was-raffled-for by-them.pagrípan rafflingNapili siya paagi sa pagripa na magbaton san regalo.He was-chosen by-means of-the raffling to-receive the gift.