List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter M - Page 67
(Sp. martillo) Hammer, mallet. (see palapâ, palô).
(H) Ever. Dílì nga más-a-never. (see mugís).
(Sp. masa) Dough, mass, lump; to knead. Masáha ang arína. Knead the flour. Masáhi akó sing isá ka sáko nga arína. Knead one sack of flour for me. (see lamás, malasahón).
(Sp. maza) The hub, nave of a wheel.
(H) Inconvenient, awkward, unmanageable, unwieldy, unsuitable (through being too long, said of sticks, poles, etc., that are too long for a given purpose). (see maságway, mapáya).
Cheerful, jolly, merry, gleeful, blithe, blithesome, mirthful, animated, lively, gay, cheery, sprightly, high-spirited. (see sádya, makalilípay, makalulúyag, makawiwíli, malipáyon, malipayón).
(H) Dark, shaded, dim, dark-coloured, brown, dun, obscure, not very light. (see sagíl-om, itúm, ilómlóm, dulúm).
Taking care of, rearing, bringing up. (see sagúd).
Sick, ill, infirm, ailing, unwell, poorly, sore, out of sorts, seedy, painful, aching, poignant, smarting, hurting, excruciating; sharp, harsh, rough, cutting (of speech). (see sakít).
Dim. of masakít. Slightly ill, indisposed, rather sore, a little painful, paining a little, not quite well, a little out of sorts.
Also: Injured, spoilt, rotten, worm-eaten (of fruits). (see torakón).
Sickly, invalid, unhealthy, having poor health, inclined, or liable, to be often sick; causing pain, painful; sharp, cutting (of speech). (see masakít).
Keeping one very busy, engrossing, causing or giving much work, bustling, hustling, very much occupied, busy, engaged. (see sákò).
Disagreeing, at variance, quarrelling, falling out, at logger-heads, having a difference with. (see sál-ag).
(H) Erring, mistaken, making a-mistake,-blunder,-mess of, blundering, doing a thing wrong, committing a fault or blunder. (see sayúp, masinaláypon).