Bisaya English Translation of alak

In bisaya english dictionary, "alak" is "alcoholic drink \liquor \spirits (see also ilimnon) ". See more translations below.

alak noun
alcoholic drink \liquor \spirits (see also ilimnon)
ilimnon nga makahubog noun
alcoholic drink \liquor \spirits (see also ilimnon)
bino noun
wine
serbesa noun
beer (see also serbesa)
tuba noun
coconut wine (see also tuba)
tapuy noun
rice wine
lambanog noun
fermented and distilled palm or nipa wine
kinutil noun
eggnog
alak nga pampagana sa pagkaon noun
aperitif
sama sa alak adjective
vinous \vinaceous
mahiligon sa alak adjective
wine lover \epicure \oenophilist
pagpanghimo og alak noun
wine making \oenopoetic
dili gusto og alak adjective
oenophobist
aperitif noun
small drink of alcoholic liquor taken before a meal to stimulate the appetite
basi noun
rice wine, particularly those produced in Central and Northern Luzon
baside noun
Vietnamese rice wine
bayah noun
Ifugao wine made from brewed rice and sugar cane extract and believed to have potent power
brem noun
Indonesian rice wine
crapulence noun
sickness due to excessive indulgence in liquor
dipsomania noun
obsession for alcohol
eggnog noun
a thick drink made of beaten eggs, milk, sugar, and nutmeg, mixed with whiskey, rum, wine, etc.
epicure noun
someone who has a sensitive and discriminating tastes for fine foods and drinks and takes great pleasure in indulging it
gin noun
a strong, aromatic alcoholic liquor made by distilling grain mash flavored with juniper berries, or redistilling spirits with flavoring agents, esp. juniper berries, orange peel, angelica root, etc.
gourmet noun
a connoisseur of foods and drinks, who appreciates subtle differences in flavor or quality of foods and drinks
kava noun
traditional drink in Fiji Island, made from powdered root of a pepper plant (Piper methysticum) and water and served as substitute for beer. It produces a mild high and believed to suppress the libido. Also known as yagona
lager noun
a kind of beer stored at a low temperature from six weeks to six months for aging after it has been brewed. Also called “lager beer.”
lambanog noun
clear distilled coconut wine, also called the coconut vodka of the Philippines
martini noun
a cocktail made of gin or vodka and dry vermouth, usually served with a green olive or lemon twist or lemon peel
oenophobia noun
fear of wines
ou noun
rice wine in Thailand
port noun
or “porto” comes from the Douro Valley in northern Portugal. It is made from grapes juice and bottled for some years. Kind of port wines are: Vintage Port (from grapes of a single vintage and bottled within 2 years; some can age 50 years or more, making it the most expensive kind), Late-bottled Vintage Port (made from less superior grapes and from a single vintage, aged in wood for up to 6 years), Single Vintage Port (made from less superior grapes and from a single vintage, aged in wood for up to 7 years), Tawny Port (from a blend of grapes and several different years, tawny in color), Ruby Port (the lowest grade of port, it is light and fruity)
punch noun
a sweetened drink consisting of strong wines or liquors mixed with fruit juices, soda or any carbonated beverages, water, milk, or the like, and flavored with sugar, spices, etc. and served in cups from a large bowl. It tastes like a juice drink but potent
rum noun
an intoxicating liquor distilled from molasses, or some other fermented sugar-cane product
sake
Japanese rice wine, a mildly alcoholic beverage made from fermented rice and usually warmed for serving. Also spelled “saki”
scotch noun
a whiskey distilled in Scotland, esp. from malted barley in a pot still, often having a smoky flavor. Known fully as the “Scotch whisky”
sherry noun
originally came from Jerez, Andalusia region of southern Spain. Varieties of sherries are: Finos (dry or light), Manzanillas (very dry), Amantillados (sweeter and darker in color than Finos, also known as “milky sherry”), Olorosos (fully flavored and darker than dry or medium sherries, aged longer and more costly. Also known as “golden or cream sherry”)
tapay noun
Malaysian rice wine
tapuy
famous rice wine produced in the Cordillera, particularly in Benguet, Mt. Province, Apayao and Kalinga. Also called “tapey” or “bayah” in some parts of the Cordillera, the native brew is known in Western Mindanao as “pangasi.” Tapuy does not last long and becomes sour after a few days. Another version of tapuy is called “red rice wine” that uses pigmented or colored rice in the production process.
tequila noun
a strong alcoholic liquor of Mexico, distilled from fermented mash from the core of certain agaves
tuba noun
coconut sap wine, usually red in color due to the mixture of pounded or ground bark of barok (a.k.a. tungog). Unblended sap of tuba juice is milky in color and tastes sweet when freshly gathered from the coconut tree
vodka noun
colorless alcoholic liquor distilled from rye, wheat, etc.
whisky noun
strong alcoholic liquor distilled from the fermented mash of grain, esp. of rye, wheat, corn, or barley
yagona noun
(see kava, above)


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