ayáo

Hiligaynon

A prohibitive particle: You must not--. You shall not--. Don't by any means--. Ayáo, paghimóa inâ. Oh, don't do that. Beware of doing that. Ayáo, pagbayái ang ímong mga ginikánan. Ah, you must never forsake your parents. (see índì (gid), dílì nga más-a).



botó

Hiligaynon

Brood, clutch, hatch, young ones, applied to birds; to breed, get, have or produce young ones. Ang mungâ nga bolók amó ang nagbotó siníng mga pisô. The spotted hen is the one that hatched these chickens. Bág-o pa lang nabotó iníng mga pisô. These chickens were hatched only a short while ago. Walâ pa mabotó ang mga ítlog siníng mungâ. The eggs of this hen are not yet hatched. Ang mga binotó. The brood, young ones, young birds, chickens. Ipabotó iníng mga ítlog sa mungâ. Let these eggs be put under the hen. Pabotohí (pabótwi) akó siníng duhá ka ítlog sang páto sa ímo mungâ. Have these two duck's eggs hatched by your hen. Put these two duck's eggs under your hen.


dáyday

Hiligaynon

To form-, follow-, keep-, in line, stand-in a row,-in file,-in rank, walk in Indian file. Nagadáyday ang mga táo sa prosesyón. The people in the procession are keeping in line. Daydayá ang mga bátà. Draw up the children in line. Daydayí ang binít sang dálan sang mga eskwéla. Make the school-children stand in a row at the side of the road. Padaydayá ang mga bátà. Make the children form in line. (see ídas, andána, kóro).


indî-índì

Hiligaynon

To say "no" repeatedly; to seem to-, to seemingly-, to apparently-, refuse. (see birgíbírgì, bisyó-bísyo).


kaíping

Hiligaynon

Neighbourhood, adjacency, proximity, nearness, state of being attached to the side of; neighbour. (see íping, kaíngod, kahilapít, kasilíngan).


kilát

Hiligaynon

Lightning, bolt, flash of lightning. (The verb is pangilát.


kuyús

Hiligaynon

Surprise, shock, sudden fright, start; sudden, without warning, unprepared; to startle, surprise, shock. Nagpakuyús siá sa ákon sang íya pagabút sa baláy sa tungâ sang gáb-i. He gave me a surprise when he arrived home at midnight. Kuyús nga kamatáyon. Sudden, unprepared death. (see panguyús).


láknit

Hiligaynon

To tear asunder, tear off, separate, take away, pull apart, strip off fibres or the like. Laknitá ang pakláng sang burí. Tear the stalk of the buri-leaf into fibres. Laknití akó sing pilá ka pakláng. Tear a few stalks into fibres for me. Iláknit akó siníng pakláng. Please tear this stalk into fibre for me.


ligás

Hiligaynon

To squeeze, compress or crush to pulp, soften, make pliable by rubbing or rolling (of leaves, peas and beans, etc. previous to using as a plaster or the like). Ligasá ang búyò. Soften the búyò-leaf. Ligasí akó sing dáhon sang katúmbal, kay itámbal ko sa púgsa. Crush some chili-leaves for me, because I am going to use them as a plaster for the boil. (see hálmok).


lúngsod

Hiligaynon

Town; anthill. (see búngsod).


máwmaw

Hiligaynon

Long, robust, strong (of limbs, etc.). (see maláwhan).


palandulúm

Hiligaynon

(H) To become dark, obscure, dim; to darken, dim (intransitive). Nagapalandúlum ang íya mga matá. His eyes are getting dim. Nagpalandulúm ang íya panúluk. His sight was impaired, he was nearly blind. He looked daggers,-fierce. (see dulúm, pandulúm).


palangúnut

Hiligaynon

The falling out (shedding) of hair, etc. (see únut, pangúnut).


pamúut

Hiligaynon

Freq. of púut-to stifle, suffocate, choke.


panikól

Hiligaynon

To elbow, push (backwards) with the elbow. (see sikól).


paorós-orós

Hiligaynon

(B) See paoróm-oróm id.


sógò

Hiligaynon

Order, command, commandment, law, behest, call, beck, charge, injunction, precept; to order, command, direct, bid, instruct, tell, enjoin. Pilá ang mga sógò sang Diós? How many commandments of God are there? Anó (Náno) ang íya (nga) sógò? Anó ang íya nga sinógò? What was his command? What was it he commanded? What were his orders? Sín-o ang íya (nga) sinógò? Whom did he give his order to? Who is his messenger? Whom did he command? Ari akó kon may igasógò (ikáw)? I am at your service (a polite form of speech at being introduced to strangers, etc.). Ginsógò níya akó sa Ilóngílong. He ordered me to go to Iloilo. Sogóa siá nga mangáhoy. Tell him to gather firewood. Pasogóan mo si Fuláno nga magkádto sa Manílà. Send an order to N.N. that he should go to Manila. Isógò mo sa íya iní. Give him this order. Order him to do this. (see bílin, tógon, panagubílin, ley, pagbulút-an, kasogoán, panugôsugô).


sulúnò

Hiligaynon

To follow, imitate, copy, do likewise, be like, be conform or consistent, to agree; to come upon, meet with, find out. (see sunô, sunúd, sapó).


telegráma

Hiligaynon

(Sp. telegrama) Telegraphic despatch, telegram, cablegram; to send a telegram, to wire. Telegramáhi siá. Send him a telegram. Wire him. (see hatúddulús).


upúd-úpud

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of upúd. Also: to sympathize with, share another's joys and sorrows, or the like. (see únung, búylog).


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