bakilí

Hiligaynon

Sloping, slanting, downhill, falling, said of fields or parts of them, where water will flow off readily. Bakilí nga talámnan. A sloping rice-field. (see bánglid, bánhay).



bóro

Hiligaynon

(Sp. burro) A game of cards.


etér

Hiligaynon

(Sp. eter) Ether.


frankíyo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. franqueo) Postage; postage-stamps.


hungít

Hiligaynon

A mouthful, morsel; a dose. (see tíl-og, láb-ok-a draught).


húptan

Hiligaynon

Passive form of hupút.


hurápsay

Hiligaynon

To collapse, fall down exhausted, etc. See hupsáray, huksáray id.


inít-ínit

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of ínit. Tepidity, slight heat, warmth; to be or become warm, tepid, a little hot, etc. Sang nagainít-ínit na ang paginawáy-áway sang mga bátà umabút ang íla magtotóon kag íya silá tinambagán. When the fighting of the boys grew rather hot their teacher arrived on the scene and stopped them. Luás na siá sa katalágman, ápang ginainít-ínit pa gihápon ang íya láwas. He is now out of danger, but he has still a rather high fever (temperature). Inít-iníta ang tsa. Warm the tea a little. (see alabáab).


lánggab

Hiligaynon

To covet, desire, etc. See hánggab, hingamó, himúlat.


lángnan

Hiligaynon

From langán-to stop, etc.


layúyò

Hiligaynon

(B) Young, tender, soft, pliable, flexible (of leaves, shoots, sprouts, etc.). Layúyò nga dáhon. A tender leaf. (see lúm-ok, hómok).


lulupáran

Hiligaynon

Flying station, etc. See lupáran.


lumát

Hiligaynon

To relapse, fall sick again. Naglumát ang íya nga balatían. He suffered a relapse of his disease. (see lúkmat).


mapánas

Hiligaynon

Wiping out, destroying, obliterating, rubbing out, removing all trace of, erasing. (see pánas).


To recover slightly, mend, rally, get a little better, improve. Nagmuk-háyaw na siá sa butí. He has now slightly recovered from the smallpox. (see mulikáw).


paayáw-áyaw

Hiligaynon

To do to one's heart's content, especially said of eating, drinking, feasting, or the like. Makapaayáwáyaw na kitá sang káon sang páhò, kay madámù ang lútò. We can now eat mangoes to our heart's content, for there are many ripe ones. (see áyaw, paáyaw).


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.


palók

Hiligaynon

Having prominent or protruding eyelids. Palók siá sing matá. He has protruding eyelids. (see parók).


pikón

Hiligaynon

Irascible, irritable, choleric, testy, techy, touchy, getting angry at the slightest provocation. (see madorogsánon, mainakígon, buróka, burakínta, kutóskutós, sietésieté, sanggurút).


úling

Hiligaynon

(H) Charcoal, charred wood; to char, burn to charcoal. Ulínga yanáng káhoy, kay nagakinahánglan akó sing úling sa ákon prénsa. Burn that wood to charcoal, for I need some charcoal for my flatiron. Sang amó nga súnug naúling man ang ámon baláy. When that fire broke out, our house also was burned to the ground. (see uríng, abó-ashes).


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