ágday

Hiligaynon

Slowness, weakness, laziness; to do slowly,-leisurely,-lazily, to be slow at work, dilatory in execution, dull of understanding. Anó ang ginaágday mo? Why do you work so slowly? Indì ka magágday sa pagóbra or indì mo pagagdáyon ang pagóbra. Don't be lazy at work. (see hínay, lágway, lágday, lamínday, luyò, búndol, pákok).



baláydan

Hiligaynon

(H) Debt, liability, account, score, what one owes or what is to be paid for. (báyad, baláyran).


(H) That is to be done, duty, task, work, obligation. (see búhat, buháton).


dîmatárung

Hiligaynon

Unjust, wrong, dishonest, inequitable, not right, unfair, injurious, wicked, bad. (dî, matárung).


dotól-dotól

Hiligaynon

Dim. of dótol; any thing resembling a dótol.


girnáldas

Hiligaynon

(Sp. guirnaldas) Garland, wreath, festoon.


hápdì

Hiligaynon

A sensation of great pain, a smart, an acute, sharp or biting pain; to smart, cause a sharp or acute pain (by the stroke of a whip, etc.). Nagahápdì iníng pilás ko. This wound of mine is smarting. Ginahapdián siá sang kagát sang idô. He is in great pain from the dog's bite. Indì mo pagpahapdión ang íya pilás kon tambalán mo. Avoid causing his wound to smart, when you apply remedies. Kon haplikán ka sang látigo magahápdì ang lábhag. When you receive a flick of a whip the weal smarts. (see sakít).


hawát-hawát

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of hawát. To eat again a little, etc. Also: To be nervous, get afraid, tremble. Nagahawáthawát ang ákon ginháwa sa pagtúluk sinâ nga bátà nga nagapatibí sa hágdan. It makes me tremble to see that child in danger of falling from the ladder.


kadiós

Hiligaynon

A kind of peas much cultivated for their nourishing qualities. The kadiós-peas are called "matámáta sang kágang", when they are just young and very tender, "kalánsan or nagakalánsan na", when they are full and ripe, "láyo", when they are very hard and dry and difficult to boil.


kalagô

Hiligaynon

(B) Dirt, dirtiness, filthiness, condition of being dirtied, foul, soiled, tarnished, particularly applied to soiled clothes. (see lagô, lagôlagô).


katugdángan

Hiligaynon

See katúgdang. Also: Danger of sinking; jettison, the throwing of goods overboard to save a ship.


kayóg

Hiligaynon

Rice-cutter, sickle, reaping-hook, a small semicircular knife used for cutting off ears of rice.


kísap

Hiligaynon

To open and shut the eyes rapidly, to blink, twinkle. (see pisók).


lúpos

Hiligaynon

To pervade, impregnate, season, flavour, give a relish to, applied especially to salt put as a seasoning into liquid side-dishes. Ang ginamós walâ makalúpos sang tinóla. The salt-fish did not give a flavour to the side-dish (too little of it having been put in).


malabúyò

Hiligaynon

Tasteless, insipid, mawkish, flat, neither sweet nor sour; like the taste of búyò-leaves. Ang tubâ karón nga hápon malabúyò. The toddy this evening tastes flat.


múy-od

Hiligaynon

(B) To perish, expire, die, depart this life, meet one's death or end, pass away, succumb. Nagkáon siá sing lakás kag namúy-od. He ate too much and met his death. Mamúy-od ka kon padayónon mo ang ímo pagpagútum. You will die, if you continue going hungry (said of one who pays no attention to meal-time, but works on till exhausted with hunger and fatigue). (see húy-od, patáy).


óghay

Hiligaynon

Thrumb, the warp-end, warp-rest, the fringe of threads by which the warp is fastened to the loom and which has to be cut to free the woven cloth.


págsuk

Hiligaynon

To thrust, drive hard down, ram in. (see búgsok, púgsak, búgsak, púsdak).


panghibuláhan

Hiligaynon

To congratulate, felicitate, wish good luck, call blessed, praise. (buláhan).


panglibáng

Hiligaynon

Freq. of libáng. Also: Diarrhoea; to have diarrhoea, suffer from looseness of the bowels.


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