He had the cook's mouth pried open in determined endeavor to ram what looked like half a chicken down the Visayan's gullet.
In this work, the word “Viscayan” has been used for “Visayan”.
They also visit the house of the prince apparent, where they hear their first concert of Visayan music and see a native dance.
Their language is Chamorro, much resembling the Visayan dialect.
Later I learned that he had tried to have the Visayan woman go with him, but that she had wilfully refused to go.
He was in a horrible pickle; couldn't speak a word of Spanish or Visayan.
Their language is easy to understand to him who knows Visayan.
One would hardly recognize the waltz or two-step as performed by the Visayan.
It is seven leagues in circumference and is inhabited by about two hundred Visayan Indians.
During the evening the natives gave a Visayan dance, called in the native tongue “A Courtship.”