ábo

Hiligaynon

A kind of small fish, growing to about six inches in length, and supposed to be very lazy and sleepy; hence its name is often used to describe lazy and sleepy folks that are slow at their work, etc. Dáw ábo siá. He is like an àábo i. e. he is very lazy. Kaábo sa ímo! How lazy you are! Dáw ábo ka gid. You are just like an ábo. Ábo gid ang gwâ ta. The result of our undertaking is, was, or will be a complete failure.



abrígo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. abrigo) Shawl; to use a shawl, etc. Abrigóhi siá. Put a shawl on her, cover her with a shawl. Ang mga babáye, nagapangabrígo. Women wear shawls. (see abláy, kúnop).


aláp-apón

Hiligaynon

Pertaining to aláp-ap; one who has white spots on his skin. (see aláp-ap).


amolúgmon

Hiligaynon

A rapacious bird very dangerous to chickens, etc., in appearance like an owl, but having small eyes. (see murúgmon).


baláyo

Hiligaynon

(H) A pestle, especially one for a small mortar like almirés. (bayó; baráyo id.; see hál-o-the large pestle for pounding-rice).


básta

Hiligaynon

(Sp. bastar) Enough, sufficient, satisfying. Básta na ang hámbal mo. That will do, you have talked quite enough. (see túman, bastánte).


daíg

Hiligaynon

(B) Kindled, lighted. (see dabók).


darapálang

Hiligaynon

Blot, grime, dirt, stain, blotch; to stain, etc. Nagdarapálang ang pínta sa delárgo mo, kay nagpúngkò ka sa isá ka síya nga bág-o pa lang napintahan. You have got some paint on your trousers, because you sat down on a newly painted chair. Nadarapalángan ang íya báyò sang dugô. His jacket was stained with blood. (see dágtà, mánsa, búlit, músing).


hábay

Hiligaynon

To strike-, beat-, knock-, down or over with a sweeping motion. Habáya lang ang kodál. Just knock the fence down. Ginhabáyan níya kamí sang masiók nga kógon, agúd maghapús ang ámon pagági dirâ. He beat down the dense cogon grass, in order to make it easy for us to pass. Ihábay mo ang ímo bastón sa mga gámhon nga nagabalábag sa dálan. Beat down with your stick the weeds in the middle of the road. Ihábay mo akó ánay sináng mga tígbaw, kay ipaági ko ang ákon kángga. Please beat down that tigbaw reed, because I wish to pass with my cart. (see hápay, hiláy).


harókhok

Hiligaynon

See halókhok-to grunt.


kapantagán

Hiligaynon

Tranquillity, repose, peacefulness, stability. Walâ gid sing kapantagán ang ámon pangabúhì. Our life has no peace. We can never rest at ease. (see pántag).


matárung

Hiligaynon

Just, honest, even-handed, honourable, fair, equitable, impartial, square, upright, conscientious, righteous, virtuous. (see tárung).


nasyonalísmo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. nacionalismo) Nationalism, patriotism.


oróy-óroy

Hiligaynon

To converse amicably, etc. See odóy-ódoy, urúy-úruy.


Caus. of aliwános, aliwanós-to move about freely, stir, etc.


pahóan

Hiligaynon

(H) Full of mangoes. Lugar nga pahóan. A place where mangoes growing abundance. Táo nga pahóan. One rich in mangoes, possessing many mango trees.


panánggot

Hiligaynon

Freq. of sánggot. To use-, apply-, a "sánggot"; to be a-toddy-gatherer,-toddy-collector,-mananggíti.


panánghal

Hiligaynon

To look for, seek, search after, try to get or obtain. (see pangítà, lághap, ságap).


pangítà

Hiligaynon

Freq. of kítà. To seek, look for, search for, try to find; to get a livelihood, work or do business for one's living; livelihood, sustenance, means or mode of one's life, business, employment, engagement, occupation. Mangítà ka sing manók. Look for some chicken. Pangitái akó sing páhò. Try to get some mangoes for me. Ginpangítà níya ang nadúlà nga síngsing túbtub nga íya nakítà. He sought for the lost ring till he found it. Anó ang íya pangítà? What does he do for a living? How is he employed? What is his business? Ang mangítà makakítà. Those who seek shall find.


pasúngay

Hiligaynon

To let, make, or cause to, push with the horns. (pa, súngay).


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