List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter M - Page 55
A listener, eavesdropper, one who overhears a conversation, a spy. (see tingád).
Trickling, flowing sparsely or slowly. (see ninít).
Lean, thin, spare, lank, emaciated, meagre, gaunt, skinny, slight, slender. (see níwang, mahágpis, kanít, kandínggal, matámbok-fat, stout).
Dim. of maníwang. Rather lean, slightly emaciated.
(Sp. manilla) Manacle, gyve, shackle, handcuff; to fetter; to entangle, get entangled, be caught, become involved (in a rope, sling, etc.). Nagmaníya ang karabáw. The buffalo entangled itself with the tether or rope. (see gápus, gapús, bulíbud).
A kind of large-eyed (broad-eyed) frog; vermin; a wild boar or pig; wild beasts in general.
See manglalagúyaw-a tourist.
Spreading, catching, taking, infectious, contagious, epidemic, epidemical. (see latón, malaláton).
Revolutionary, riotous, mutinous, agitator, exciting a commotion or tumult. (see ribók).
A kind of small octopus. (see kugíta-a large octopus).
One who (that which) unbinds, solves, opens, explains or translates something. Manlulúbad sang hámbal. An interpreter. (see lubád).
Flyer, aviator; winged. (see lupád).
A contraction of manungâ. Also: middle-aged, from about thirty-five to fifty-five years of age. Daw anó kamál-am (katigúlang) si Fuláno?-Mánngà (siá). How old is N.N.?-He is middle-aged. (see médya, bída).
(Sp. mano) The hand; the lead, a hand of cards (in card-playing); the right side; direction to a driver of a vehicle to turn to the right or to the side opposite the "sílya". (see kamót, manohán, sílya).