From bukâ-to cut open, etc.


dáhan

Hiligaynon

To invite, think of, treat with consideration. Ang mga dináhan kag dinápit. The invited and bidden guests. (see ágda, hágad, kángay, dápit).


guyahón

Hiligaynon

Face, countenance. (see guyá).


haní

Hiligaynon

(B) To whisper, say or speak with bated breath, in muffled tones, hiss through clenched teeth, breathe to, murmur, mutter. Ihaní mo lang sa ákon ang ímo kinahánglan. Just tell me what you want in a whisper. Hanihí or hányi akó sang ímo kinahánglan. Whisper to me your need. (see hutík).


hárus

Hiligaynon

Hardly, with difficulty, scarcely. The phrase "kon hárus pa" means: Times (conditions, circumstances, etc.) are very hard, trying, difficult, driving one almost to despair, or the like. (see hálus).



himaláut

Hiligaynon

To curse, accurse, imprecate, damn, anathematize, confound, wish or invoke some evil upon. Ginahimaláut sang mga yáwà ang mga matárung. The devils curse the just. Indì ka maghimaláut sa kay bisán sín-o, bisán sa ímo mga kaáway. Do not curse anybody, not even your enemies. Indì mo paghimalaútan (-úton) ang ímo bátà. Don't curse-or-invoke evil on your child. (see panghimaláut, láut).


iláw

Hiligaynon

To cooperate, help mutually. Ilawí akó sing duhá ka ádlaw, kay balúsan ko man ikáw sa isá ka simána. Help me for two days and I will help you in return within a week. (see híl-o).


ít-it

Hiligaynon

To stand the bitterness of, be able to stand the bitter or burning taste of. Indì ka makaítit sinâ. You cannot stand the bitter taste of that. Daw sa índì maítit iníng katúmbal. The burning taste of this chili is almost unbearable.


karabó

Hiligaynon

(B) See kalabó-tastefulness, etc.


lúgod

Hiligaynon

(H) See lúdgud-to scour, rub.


maalag-agón

Hiligaynon

See maalág-ag.


mád-an

Hiligaynon

From malá-to dry, etc. (see málhan, mál-an).


maluyagón

Hiligaynon

(H) Fond of, liking, having a liking or passion for, desirous of, etc. See maluluyagón id.


pamárbas

Hiligaynon

To shave (the beard). Mamárbas akó. I am going to-shave,-have a shave. Maáyo gid ang pagpamárbas mo. Nakapamárbas ka sing maáyo gid. You have shaved yourself very well indeed. You have given yourself a very good shave. (see bárbas).


pándong

Hiligaynon

To ordain, order, nominate, appoint, command. (see bílin, tógon, sógò).


patikáng

Hiligaynon

Caus. of tikáng. To let, etc. make steps. Patikangá ang bátà, agúd mahánas maglakát (sa paglakát). Let the baby take a few steps, that it may get accustomed to walking (that it may learn to walk).


rígkam

Hiligaynon

(B) See bígne, lígne, lígna, rígna-to overawe; to shudder, etc. Narigkamán akó sa pagtán-aw siní. I shudder at the sight of it. Indì ka magrígkam magkapút sinâ. Don't be afraid to touch (grasp) that.


salámbud

Hiligaynon

(H) Anything used for twisting or winding round, a rope, etc. (see sabúd, sámbud, balámbud, higót). Also pl. form of sámbud-to wind, turn around an object.


úmol

Hiligaynon

The fist, etc. See ómol.


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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