alágian

Hiligaynon

(H) Passage, thoroughfare, transit, road, way, path, track. (ági; alágyan id.).



aráw

Hiligaynon

See aráo.


badbarán

Hiligaynon

(H) See badbadán id.


buluadán

Hiligaynon

Place where animals are bred. (see búad, buluarán).


dúke

Hiligaynon

(Sp. duque) Duke.


gatús

Hiligaynon

Hundred; century. Isá ka gatús ka táo. One hundred men. Isá ka gatús ka túig. One hundred years. A century. Napúlò sa gatús. Ten per cent. (see ginatús-by the hundred, hundreds, hecatombs).


gimáw

Hiligaynon

The form pagimáw is mostly used in the meaning of: to peer or peep slyly or stealthily out of a window, etc., drawing back one's head at once, if seen by others. Nagapagimáw siá sa bintánà. She is peeping out of the window, (taking care not to be seen). Indì ka magpagimáw, kay táwgon ka nga baó nga nagasálup sa íya baláy kon makíta ka sang táo. Don't peep through openings, for, if you are seen, people will call you a turtle withdrawing into its shell. Ginpagimawán níya akó sa gihâ. He peeped at me through a hole. Ipagimáw ang úlo mo. Put your head out cautiously and look about. (see tikâ, língling, óplok, íplok, tíid, paníid).


hílway

Hiligaynon

Well-ordered, well-arranged, well-regulated, untrammelled, free to act (of one's mind, thoughts, government, etc.). Ang pagpadágay ni Sr. Hílway kag ni Bukágkag. Conversation between a man of a well-regulated mind and one with disordered ideas. Hílway nga pangolohán. A free, independent government.


irighámon

Hiligaynon

See ilighámon-a sore throat with coughing.


kamisón

Hiligaynon

(Sp. camisón) Long shirt, night-shirt, chiefly worn by women. (see báta).


kapígaw

Hiligaynon

Frailty, feebleness, debility. (see pígaw).


lúo

Hiligaynon

See lóo-to rot.


makahanúsbò

Hiligaynon

Sad, dreary, sorrowful, doleful, dismal, dolorous, grievous, exciting grief, sorrow or sadness. (see subô).


malímbong

Hiligaynon

Sheltered, quiet, free from wind, not exposed to the wind. (see límbong).


mostása

Hiligaynon

(Sp. mostaza) Mustard, mustard-seed.


ól-ol

Hiligaynon

To be or get stiff and painful, especially applied to the joints of the body, but said also of the teeth and of the conscience. Nagaól-ol ang mga lutalutahán sang íya láwas. The joints of his body are getting stiff (are stiffening).


pamáyad

Hiligaynon

Freq. of báyad-to pay, etc.


panalikalâ

Hiligaynon

To make (form into) a chain; to put in chains. (see talikalâ).


panglapús

Hiligaynon

To pierce, pass through, perforate, transfix, make a hole through. (see lapús).


pasingkálò

Hiligaynon

(B) To turn about in all directions, put many questions, to ply or bewilder with many questions, cross-examine, cross-question, pump. Ginpasingkálò sang abogádo ang sáksi. The witness was plied with many questions (cross-examined) by the lawyer. (kálò).


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