List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter M - Page 52

Trouble-maker, rowdy, gangster, turbulent fellow, ruffian, riotous, revolutionary, disturbing the peace. (see gúbat, huróng, manriríbok, magamó).



manghár

Hiligaynon

To arrange, put in order, sort, assort, classify, manage well. (Perhaps from the Sp. manejar). Manghará ang baráha mo. Arrange your cards in order according to their suits. (see kaláging, húsay).


manghátì

Hiligaynon

Twenty-five centavos each, costing twenty-five centavos. Ginabalígyà níya iní sing manghátì. He sells it at twenty-five centavos a piece. (see kahátì, mangahátì).


manghatión

Hiligaynon

Worth or costing twenty-five centavos. (see manghátì, kahátì, mangahatión).


manghir-óhon

Hiligaynon

(B) Merciful, compassionate, feeling for, commiserative, condoletory, ruthful, pitiful, etc. See malolóy-on. (see ngír-o).


manghohókom

Hiligaynon

One who judges, a judge, justice. (see hokóm, panghokóm).


mánghud

Hiligaynon

A younger brother or sister; not of age, minor; not ripe, unripe, immature, green (of fruits). (see libáyon, kalibáynan, línghod).


manghúdan

Hiligaynon

A kind of very tasty banana. (see balángon, barángon).


mangilínon

Hiligaynon

Considerate, thoughtful, careful, solicitous; attentive, mindful, heedful, regardful. (see ngílin).


mangílo, mangiló

Hiligaynon

(B) Setting the teeth on edge, etc. See manílo.


mangin

Hiligaynon

A contr. that often stands for magapangin-, magpangin-and (rarely) for nagapangin-. Indì ka mangintigúlang, kon índì nímo pagduláon ang maláut mo nga kaduyugán. You won't grow old, unless you give up your bad habits. Iníng dakû nga minurô manginbánwa kunína. This large village will finally become a township or Municipality. Sa dílì madúgay manginkabangdánan iní sang íya nga pagkapúto. This, before long, will be the cause of his bankruptcy, will make him bankrupt. N.B. Mangin-is also, but seldom, used to form nouns and adjectives, e.g. manginalámon-a wise man. (see nangin-).


manginalámon

Hiligaynon

A wise, learned, clever man, a doctor, sage, savant. (see mangin-, álam).


A verbal form of panginbabáe, panginbabáye, but sometimes used as an adjective like palanginbabáe-addicted to women, etc.


One who eats raw meat, etc.; a cannibal. (see kílaw).


mangingísdà

Hiligaynon

Fisherman, fisher, angler. (see ísdà, pangísdà).


manginlaláki

Hiligaynon

A verbal form of panginlaláki, but sometimes used as an adjective like palanginlaláki-addicted to men, etc.


manginngínhas

Hiligaynon

A shell-gatherer, collector of sea-shells; grabber, grafter, boodler. (see pangínhas, pakinháson).


mangir-óhon

Hiligaynon

(B) Merciful. See manghír-óhon id. (ngír-o).


mangirir-óhon

Hiligaynon

(B) Compassionate, merciful. See manghir-óhon.


mangítngit

Hiligaynon

Troublous, boiling, throbbing, pricking, stinging, stabbing, gnawing, hard to bear or suffer. Mangítngit nga pangabúhì. A troublous or hard life. Mangítngit nga konsiénsya. A conscience that pricks. (see ngítngit, malisúd, mangótngot).


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