antipátiko

Hiligaynon

(Sp. antipático) Repugnant, repulsive, antipathetic.


átas

Hiligaynon

A method of catching fish by draining off the water; to drain a river-channel, to strand fish by draining off the water. Ang kanál ginaátas, ang ísdà ginaatásan. The channel is drained, the fish is caught by draining off the water. Atási akó sing ísdà. Catch fish for me by draining off the water. Mangátas kitá. Let us go fishing by the átas method. Iátas akó ánay. Please take my place at fishing by the method called átas.


báting

Hiligaynon

To grasp another just above the ankle and jerk up his foot so as to throw him or break his resistance. Batíngi ang báboy. Get hold of the pig's leg. Batíngi ang íya tiíl. Grasp him by the small of the leg and jerk up his foot. (An expression often used in wrestling).


bawód

Hiligaynon

(B) Unsteady, shaky, wobbly, swinging to and fro, rocking, not firm; to be unsteady, etc. (see wáding, bayúd).


eréhe

Hiligaynon

(Sp. hereje) Heretic.



humút

Hiligaynon

Hatred. See dumút.


hurár

Hiligaynon

(Sp. jurar) To take an oath, to swear. Maghurár ka. Swear. Hurahí ang kamatuóran siní. Swear to the truth of this. Ginhurahán níya ang mga kabutigán nga íya sinúgid. He swore to the lies he told. Indì mo paghurahán ang mga butáng nga dìmatúod, dìmatárung kag walâ sing ígò nga kabangdánan. Don't swear to things that are not true, not just and not sufficiently grave to warrant an oath. (see súmpà).


kahunápit

Hiligaynon

Neatness, closeness of weaving, etc.; tidiness. (hunápit; see kahúpit, kahípid).


lúgdat

Hiligaynon

To turn up the eyes, stare at, scowl, look fixedly at, put on a frowning look, to look sour, look daggers (as one in anger or passion); to squint, roll the eyes, goggle. (see búslo, balingasó).


maímot

Hiligaynon

(B) Stingy, close-fisted, miserly, niggardly, parsimonious, mean. (ímot).


pádis

Hiligaynon

(Sp. par, pares) Even; pair. Pádis ukón lúnes? Odd or even? (Sp. pares ó nones?) Isá ka pádis nga sinélas. A pair of chinese slippers. (see páris id.).


pamandáyan

Hiligaynon

An artisan's shop (as a carpenter's, joiner's, smith's, wheelwright's, etc.).


pangamót

Hiligaynon

Freq. of kamót. To handle, grasp or take hold of with the hand, to take in hand, to manage; quality or use of one's hand. Maáyo sing pangamót iníng tigduág, magsusúlat, etc. This painter, writer, etc. is skillful in the use of his brush, pen, etc. (see pangalíma).


panolô

Hiligaynon

(B) To use a lamp or torch, etc. Also: to catch fish at night by lighting torches or kindling fires on board the fishing smacks. (see solô).


See piléw-piléw, piléw-pilewán-top, etc.


píspis

Hiligaynon

Bird. Ang píspis nagalupád. A bird flies. The bird is flying. (see lupád).


pólo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. polo) The handle of a bolo, etc. (see ápal id.).


síg-id

Hiligaynon

A vine much used for binding purposes. (see hípgid).


úgduk

Hiligaynon

A kind of eel. See ógdok.


ulúk

Hiligaynon

Polliwog, tadpole. (olók id).


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