adódos

Hiligaynon

To glide, slide, slip down. (see dáhog, dalús-us, alóg-og).



aliwánag

Hiligaynon

Advanced dawn of day, clearness, brightness, light diffusing itself just before the rising of the sun. Also used as adjective and verb. May aliwánag na. The morning light is here already. Aliwánag na ang kalibútan. The world (is filling) is being filled with the light preceding the rising of the sun. Nagaaliwánag na ang kalibútan. The morning light is diffusing itself over the world. (see bánag, baná-ag, banágbánag).


aluká-it

Hiligaynon

Empty, deprived of contents, said of husks and pods, especially the emptied kamunsel husks; empty-headed, stupid, brainless. (It is to be noted that the aluká-it are still attached to the plant, but empty through the action of birds or vermin. Otherwise empty pods are called "úpak", the general name for the exterior coating of fruits, as: skin, husk, pod, peel, rind).


aróba

Hiligaynon

(Sp. arroba) A measure for liquid and dry goods, in weight about twelve kilograms.


búgaw

Hiligaynon

To drive or scare away. Bugáwa ang manók, píspis, kánding, etc. Drive away the chickens, birds, goats, etc. Bugáwi ang ugá sang manók. Scare the chickens off the dry rice. Ipabúgaw sa bátà ang mga kánding sa hardín. Let the boy drive the goats out of the garden. Binugáwan níla ang humáy sang mga máya. They scared the maya-birds off the rice-field. Ibúgaw akó ánay siníng mga manók. Please, drive off these chickens. (see tábug, íway, pahalín).


kadúpdup

Hiligaynon

A kind of small mushroom growing mostly on rotten wood, and used for food.


matinunáwon

Hiligaynon

Soluble, dissolving, melting. (see túnaw).


opós

Hiligaynon

See upús-the remnant after a fire, etc.


pánday

Hiligaynon

Carpenter, artisan, craftsman, handicraftsman, skilled workman, joiner, smith, wright, operative; to be or become a carpenter, etc. (see pamánday).


To grow thin, small, slender; to become lean, emaciated, etc. (see gamáy).


panghiláw-hílaw

Hiligaynon

Freq. and Dim. of hiláw. Also: to change colour, betray-fear,-shyness,-disgust.


pulongkóan

Hiligaynon

(H) Seat, anything that can be sat upon. (púngkò).


putohán

Hiligaynon

A form or mould, usually of wickerwork, for making rice-cakes, especially "púto". (see lampáwan id.).


pútro

Hiligaynon

(Sp. putero) A stallion that runs after every mare he sees.


silibaón

Hiligaynon

What is to-, can-, should-, be devoured. (see síbà).


tágò

Hiligaynon

Hiding, concealment, privacy, secrecy, clandestineness, stealth; a secret, what is kept secret, etc.; to hide, conceal, secrete, stow away, put away, put by, keep out of sight, abscond. Sa tágò. Clandestinely, surreptitiously, secretly, in secret. Ginhímo níya inâ sa tágò. He did that in secret. Tagóa inâ. Hide it. Conceal it. Put it by. Keep it out of sight. Tinágò níya ang ákon kálò. He hid my hat. Tagói siá sing limá ka páhò. Put aside for him five mangoes. Ipatágò sa íya inâ. Patagóa siá sinâ. Let him put it-away,-in a safe, in a safe place. Order him to hide it, to guard it well, or the like. Nanágò (from the Freq. panágò) siá. He hid (concealed) himself. He was in hiding. (see tinágò, tinagô, tábon, hinabón, palanagoán, likúm, lílong).


tambálà

Hiligaynon

Scaffold, scaffolding, a temporary structure for supporting workmen and materials in building; to make-, build-, furnish with-, a scaffold, to scaffold. Magtambálà kamó ánay kag ugáling magpatíndog sang halígi. Put up a scaffold first and then set up the post. Tambalái ang baláy kag pintahán (mo). Put a scaffold (Put scaffolding) round the house and paint it. Anó ang itambálà mo, káhoy ukón kawáyan? What kind of material will you use for the scaffold, wood or bamboo? Nakadúpyas siá sa tambálà, nahúlug kag napatáy. He slipped (made a false step) on the scaffold, fell down and died. (tambárà id.).


tarús

Hiligaynon

(B) To accomplish, execute, perform; to proceed on an intended trip or journey, to actually undertake (an intended trip, etc.). Nakatarús akó kahápon magágto (sa pagágto) sa Ilóngílong. (Nakadayón akó kahápon magkádto (sa pagkádto) sa Ilóngílong). I carried out my intention of going to Iloilo yesterday. Mapánaw akó ráad kahápon sa minurô nga X., pay warâ akó makatarús, hay nagurán. (Malakát akó kúntà kahápon sa báryo nga X., ápang walâ akó makadayón, kay nagulán). I should have liked to go to the village X. yesterday, but did not go, because it rained. (see dayón, kadayón).


tástas

Hiligaynon

To break, rend, tear asunder, unpick, open seams, pick out. Tastasá na lang iníng dáan nga delárgo. Tear this old pair of trousers asunder at the seams. Tinástas níya ang báyò. She unpicked the jacket. Waláy pulús ang mga tinahián siníng bág-ong báyò ko; makapilá pa lang nagámit kag natástas (nagkatástas) na. The seams of this new frock (blouse, jacket) of mine are no good; it has been used only a few times and it is torn already (at the seams). (see tíngkas, bíngkas, láslas, káskas).


tíbiong

Hiligaynon

To pour in liquids quickly and with some force, as by turning upside down the vessel from which the liquid is poured; to toss off, pour down the throat, empty a glass or bottle by putting it to the mouth. Itíbiong mo ang túbig nga árà sa bayóng sa tadyáw. Tibiongí ang tadyáw sang túbig nga arâ sa bayóng. Empty (Pour) the water from the bamboo tube into the earthen jar. Itíbiong na lang iníng isá ka báso (botílya) nga serbésa, kay mapaúlì na kitá. Just empty (toss off, pour down your throat) this glass (bottle) of beer, for we are now going home. (see tayón, inúm).


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