List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter M - Page 39
Insidious, cruel, treacherous (of diseases, etc.). (see lála).
A run-away, one who shuns work, escapes from confinement, etc. (see lágyo).
(H) Cunning, plotting, resourceful, adept at contriving ways and means to gain one's end. (see laláng).
Infectious, contagious, spreading, catching, epidemic. (see latón, manlaláton).
Mourning, mournful, sad, in grief or mourning, wearing mourning dress. (see laláw).
(H) Tasty, delectable, savoury, toothsome, dainty, nice, palatable. (see lalím, manámit).
Disobedient, rebellious, neglecting to comply with orders or precepts, unruly, disregarding restraint, disposed to violate laws, ungovernable, unsubmissive, undisciplined, insubordinate, lawless, wicked, bad. (see lális, malinapáson).
Receptacle containing materials for chewing betelnut; a morsel (mouthful), of betelnut, etc., sufficient for one chewing. (see mamâ).
Materials for chewing betelnut, including betelnut, lime, búyò-and tobacco-leaves. (see mamâ, malám-an).
To grasp, etc. See marámad, marásmas.
Growing well, thriving, flourishing, growing luxuriantly, (see lámbò).
Cool, cold, frigid, keen; raw, sharp, piercing, cold and stiff. Malamíg nga bángkay. A corpse cold and stiff. (see lamíg, matúgnaw, maramíg).
Somewhat like a hen; the larynx, windpipe. (see mungâ).
Foul, stale, rotten, vapid, insipid (of water, coconut milk, etc.). (see lán-o).
Fat, oily, yielding lard or coconut oil, etc. (see lána).
Shining, shiny, lustrous, glossy. (see lánay).
Smelling of fish. Ang mga ginabaligyáan sang mga ísdà maláng-ig. The fish-market smells of fish. (see hurô-smelling of rotten fish).
Tourist, traveller; emigrant, home-seeker. (see mangangályaw).
Covetous, desirous of, ambitious, wishful, avid, eager for, avaricious, wishing or anxious for. (see lánggab, maibugón).