List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter M - Page 17

magka

Hiligaynon

See nagaka-. The "magka-" is often shortened to ma-, e.g. índì ka magkahádluk, magkakúlbà, magkasubô (mahádluk, makúlbà, masubô), etc.



magkaanák

Hiligaynon

Children, sons and daughters. Kamí nga mga magkaanák námon. We and our sons and daughters. Silá nga magkaanák níla. They and their children. (see anák).


magkahimatâ

Hiligaynon

Relations, kith and kin. Kamó nga magkahimatâ nínyo. You and your relations. (see bátà, himatâ).


mágkal

Hiligaynon

Boa constrictor.


magkinumariháy

Hiligaynon

The feminine of magkulumpariháy. (see kompári, komári).


magkópo

Hiligaynon

A poisonous viper; a kind of basilisk (alleged to have a horn or comb and to crow like a cock).


magkubús

Hiligaynon

At least, at any rate, at all events, on the lowest estimate. Ang kasaplidánan sináng kambuyahán sa magkubús mga tátlo ka gatús ka mángmang sa binulánbúlan. That firm, at the lowest estimate, is making a profit of three hundred pesos a month. Sohólan ikáw dirâ sa magkubús sing mamísos ang ádlaw. Your wages there will be not less than one peso a day. Iníng pinunâ nga dútà, kon magkubús na gid (sa magkubús), magapatubás sa tuígtúig sing kalím-an ka pásong nga humáy. This piece of land produces at least fifty bushels of rice a year. (see kubús).


magkulumpariháy

Hiligaynon

Those related to each other by a spiritual alliance, as by means of Baptism or Confirmation. (see kompári).


maglíbut

Hiligaynon

Round about, around, encircling, enclosing, surrounding. Maglíbut sa plása may matahúm nga kodál. Round the public square there is a beautiful fence. Sa baláy maglíbut may isá ka malápad nga pamulákan. A large garden surrounds the house. (see líbut).


magsasákit

Hiligaynon

Punisher, one who inflicts pain or administers punishment, torturer, tormenter, tormentor, executioner. (see sákit, sakít).


magtalísay

Hiligaynon

A kind of tree.


magtiáyon

Hiligaynon

Husband and wife, living together in the same household. Ang mga magtiáyon. Those living together as husband and wife. (see tiáyon, magasawá).


magtutúon

Hiligaynon

Teacher, instructor, master, professor, preceptor, tutor, pedagogue. (tuón; see manunúon).


maguláng

Hiligaynon

First-born, heir, the eldest brother or sister; an elder brother or sister. (gúlang).


magulútmon

Hiligaynon

Hungry, famished, voracious, a great eater or feeder, one who wants to eat very frequently. (see gutúm).


magúnum

Hiligaynon

Dark, leaden, cloudy, lowering, overcast. (gúnum).


magúphal

Hiligaynon

Dry and hard, difficult to swallow. (see gúphal, kagúphal, maápgas, maápgot).


magútud, mag-útud

Hiligaynon

Brothers, sisters, brothers and sisters. Ang mga mag-útud. Brothers and sisters. Iníng mga magútud daláyon gid lang nagasinúay. These brothers are always quarrelling. (see útud).


mahábul

Hiligaynon

Blunt, dull, said of edged instruments; opposed to matalúm-sharp of edge, cutting well. (hábul; talúm).


mahádluk

Hiligaynon

Afraid, frightened, affrighted, scared, alarmed, panic-stricken, fearful, shy, timid, timorous, funky. (hádluk).


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