List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter I - Page 5

ídlas

Hiligaynon

To be wild, not tame. (see ilá).



ídlas

Hiligaynon

To be wild, not tame. (see ilá).


idô

Hiligaynon

(H) Dog, hound, mongrel, cur, whelp. (see áyam).


idô

Hiligaynon

(H) Dog, hound, mongrel, cur, whelp. (see áyam).


idóg

Hiligaynon

(H) To shift a little, change place or position, step or move forward (back, aside), give way, make room, recede, stand back, recoil, fall back, withdraw a little. Magidóg ka dídto. Stand (back) there. Idóg kamó sing diótay. Shift a little. Paidogá siá. Make him-get back a little,-move a little (in any direction desired). (see isdóg, ísol, sáylo).


idóg

Hiligaynon

(H) To shift a little, change place or position, step or move forward (back, aside), give way, make room, recede, stand back, recoil, fall back, withdraw a little. Magidóg ka dídto. Stand (back) there. Idóg kamó sing diótay. Shift a little. Paidogá siá. Make him-get back a little,-move a little (in any direction desired). (see isdóg, ísol, sáylo).


idóg-idóg

Hiligaynon

(H) Dim. and Freq. of idóg. Idógidóg ka, kay gutúk. Stand back a little, for there is no room.


idóg-idóg

Hiligaynon

(H) Dim. and Freq. of idóg. Idógidóg ka, kay gutúk. Stand back a little, for there is no room.


idól

Hiligaynon

Chum, pal, male friend, companion. (see atíd, akíd, ábyan, ibáíba, kadápig, kahírup, bábay, báine-female friend).


idól

Hiligaynon

Chum, pal, male friend, companion. (see atíd, akíd, ábyan, ibáíba, kadápig, kahírup, bábay, báine-female friend).


idulúngug

Hiligaynon

(H) Hearing, the sense of hearing. (see dungúg).


idulúngug

Hiligaynon

(H) Hearing, the sense of hearing. (see dungúg).


ídwan

Hiligaynon

(B) Passive form of íro-to stand, tolerate, suffer, etc. Indì akó maídwan sang ibán, kay may balatían akó nga manlaláton. Others don't like to come near me, for I am suffering from a contagious disease. (iróhan id.).


ídwan

Hiligaynon

(B) Passive form of íro-to stand, tolerate, suffer, etc. Indì akó maídwan sang ibán, kay may balatían akó nga manlaláton. Others don't like to come near me, for I am suffering from a contagious disease. (iróhan id.).


ídyok

Hiligaynon

A kind of palm. See hídyok.


ídyok

Hiligaynon

A kind of palm. See hídyok.


ig

Hiligaynon

See i-. "I-" and "ig-" can often be used promiscuously, e.g. ighámbal, ihámbal; igsilíng, isilíng; igdápat, idápat; igbátok, ibátok; etc. But words beginning with the letter "k" have nearly always "ig-" instead of "i-", e.g. igkasubô, igkasákit, igkahuyâ, igkúdlit, etc.


ig

Hiligaynon

See i-. "I-" and "ig-" can often be used promiscuously, e.g. ighámbal, ihámbal; igsilíng, isilíng; igdápat, idápat; igbátok, ibátok; etc. But words beginning with the letter "k" have nearly always "ig-" instead of "i-", e.g. igkasubô, igkasákit, igkahuyâ, igkúdlit, etc.


íga

Hiligaynon

See "i-". For euphony's sake "íga-" is more used in phrases like: Ari akó, kon may igasógò (isógò). I am at your service. I am here. Command me, I am at your orders. Walâ akó sing igahátag sa íya. I have nothing to give him. May igahámbal (ihámbal) ako sa íya. I have to tell him something. I have to bespeak him about something.


íga

Hiligaynon

See "i-". For euphony's sake "íga-" is more used in phrases like: Ari akó, kon may igasógò (isógò). I am at your service. I am here. Command me, I am at your orders. Walâ akó sing igahátag sa íya. I have nothing to give him. May igahámbal (ihámbal) ako sa íya. I have to tell him something. I have to bespeak him about something.


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