arína

Hiligaynon

(Sp. harina) Flour.



búgnos

Hiligaynon

To gather-, collect-, remove-, take away-, withdraw-, live coals or firewood, so that a fire may not burn brightly. Bugnosá ang gatóng. Take the firewood off the fire. Bugnosí ang tiníg-ang. Withdraw the firewood from under the freshly cooked rice. Diín ka maghalín?-Sa digamohán, kay nagbúgnos akó sang tiníg-ang. Where do you come from?-From the kitchen, because I have taken the firewood from under the boiling rice.


estánke

Hiligaynon

(Sp. estanque) Pond, basin, reservoir; kind of torch. (see línaw, sarísì, estrínke).


gúnting

Hiligaynon

Shears, a hoisting apparatus consisting of two or more poles tied together at the top from which depends the tackle. (see salagúnting).


inogpamáhid

Hiligaynon

Towel. (see páhid, tuálya, síbin).


That is to be pitied or regretted. (see kanógon).


kámya

Hiligaynon

A flowering plant.


kanipólon

Hiligaynon

(H) Roundness, spherical shape, sphericity, rotundity, circularity. (tipólon; see katipólon).


lála

Hiligaynon

To be cruel, treacherous, insidious (of diseases; see malála).


lúlid

Hiligaynon

A paralytic, cripple, one deprived of the use of his limbs.


lunúb

Hiligaynon

To patch, mend, fill up gaps. Lúmbi ang delárgo ko nga nagísì. Patch my torn trousers. Ilunúb iníng tápì sa salúg. Fill up the gap in the floor with this plank. Ginlúmban níla sa talámnan ang kinán-an sang mga malámalá. They filled up the gaps in the rice-field or replanted the places, where the malámalá-insects had devoured the young rice-plants. (see hálup).


mahasoón

Hiligaynon

One who is amenable to flattery, easily duped or cheated; tricky, sharp, cunning. (see hásò).


pábo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. pavo) Turkey (the bird).


padánlug

Hiligaynon

To make slippery. Padanlugá ang dálan. Make the road slippery. Padanlogí ang tinóla sing tagábang. Make the side-dish slippery, i.e. easy to swallow, by putting in some tagábang-leaves. (pa, dánlug).


panuláon

Hiligaynon

(B) The gathering of vegetables; to gather, or go in search of, vegetables. Nagapanuláon siá sing mónggo, balátong, kadiós, etc. He is plucking (gathering) mónggo, beans, kadiós-peas, etc. Metaphorically: Nagapanuláon na siá sing ininglés, sing mga sugilánon nga walâ sing pulús, etc. He is picking up a little English, is gathering good-for-nothing stories or senseless chatter, etc. (see túla, panúla).


patád

Hiligaynon

Stake, bet, wager; to stake, bet, wager. Magpatád ka lang sing ápat ka sentimós-or-ipatád mo lang ang ápat ka sentimós. Make a bet of four centavos. Napúlò ka písos ang íya nga ginpatád. He staked ten pesos.


tagsáon

Hiligaynon

A rod, cane, stick, cudgel, rattan whip. (see bilogón, náwì, bulunál).


tígbas

Hiligaynon

To cut off, sever at one stroke; to kill (die) outright, etc. See tígbak.


únyat

Hiligaynon

To stretch lengthwise, lengthen, draw out (an elastic band, etc.). Unyatá ang lástiko. Stretch the elastic band. (see úntay).


úsoy

Hiligaynon

To trace, track, trail, follow the trace of, follow up, follow the course of a river, or the like. Usóya (Lighotá) ang makáwat túbtub nga ímo madakúp. Track the thief till you catch him. Ginúsoy (Gintúltul) níya ang karabáw dirâ sa bakólod, ápang walâ níya makítà. He trailed the buffalo there on the hill, but did not find it. Magúsoy ka lang sa íya. (Apása (Tultulá) lang siá). Simply follow his trail. Usóyon (subáon, usaógon) náton ang subâ. Let us follow the river (up or down). (see túltul, ápas, sunúd, usúg, líghot).


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