List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter M - Page 87

míting

Hiligaynon

(English: meeting) Meeting, assembly, convention, caucus, a gathering or assemblage of people for some social or political purpose. (see tinipón-típon, katipúnan, katilíngban, hinubónhúbon).



mítlang

Hiligaynon

Utterance, pronunciation, enunciation; syllable; to utter, pronounce, speak, say, emit, enunciate, give utterance to. Isá ka mítlang. One syllable. Magmítlang ka sing pilá ka tinagâ. Imítlang mo (mitlangón mo) ang pilá ka tinagâ. Pronounce (say) a few words. Imítlang mo ang ímo nga katuyoán. Give utterance to your thought, plan or intention. Mitlangí kamí sang ímo inugpaháyag. Speak to us of what you have to tell (reveal). Ang mga katsílà índì makamítlang sing maáyo sang tigbató nga "h". The Spaniards are unable to pronounce well the letter "h". (see bungát, tikáb, púlong, silíng, koón, dágil).


mitolohía

Hiligaynon

(Sp. mitologia) Mythology.


mítra

Hiligaynon

(Sp. mitra) Mitre; bishop; episcopal curia.


mítsa

Hiligaynon

(Sp. mecha) Fuse, match, match-cord, spark or flame used to fire gunpowder or fuel.


mítsis

Hiligaynon

A kind of game at cards.


mo

Hiligaynon

Your, yours, thy, thine, of you, of yours (singular); by or through you (thee). (see ímo, nímo and see ákon).


móda

Hiligaynon

(Sp. moda) Mode, style, fashion, form, cut, shape, custom, manner, vogue. (see batásan, pamatásan, kinaanáran, úso, kinabatásan, kostúmbre).


modélo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. modelo) Model, pattern, standard, paragon, type, copy to be followed or imitated. (see huluáran, solóndan, palanganináwan).


módmod

Hiligaynon

To crush, pulverize, grind, pound or bray (in a mortar), crumble, powder; reduce to powder, comminute, triturate, break into fine particles by pressure; to become crushed or broken into small pieces. Modmorá ang karamélo, ang píghol, etc. Crush the caramel, the lump of rice, etc. Namódmod ang biskótso tungúd sang lumpálúmpa sang trak. The biscuits got crumbled owing to the jolting of the truck. Minódmod nga tinápay, kalámay, bugás, etc. Crumbled bread, powdered sugar, ground rice, etc. (see múdmud, bókbok, pódpod).


mohón

Hiligaynon

(Sp. mojón) Landmark, milestone, merestone, mearstone; boundary-stone; concrete posts or landmarks, as used by surveyors, or the like.


mókmok

Hiligaynon

To blame, lay the blame on, impute, charge with, incriminate, censure, accuse, make responsible for, throw the guilt upon, find fault with, inculpate. Ginmokmokán siá níla sang mga kalaínan nga ginhímò sang ibán. He was made to answer for the wrong-doings of others, he was blamed by them for the evil done by others. Indì ka magmókmok sa íya sinâ. Don't lay the blame for that on him. Imókmok inâ sa may kalabtánan sinâ. Lay the blame for it on those involved in the affair. (see múkmuk id.).


mólde

Hiligaynon

(Sp. molde) Mould, pattern, form, block.


molér

Hiligaynon

(Sp. moler) To grind, pound, crush, mill, pulverize, vex, molest, annoy, harass, bother, overwork. Nagmolér gid siá sa ákon. He annoyed me very much. (see galíng, galít, pasáklaw, huól, hiól, paugút).


molokmókan

Hiligaynon

Scape-goat. (see mókmok, tapalán).


mómò

Hiligaynon

Taciturn, silent, reticent, dumb, mum, uncommunicative, mute, close, not given to talking, not very sociable, of few words. (see komód).


mômô

Hiligaynon

To squeeze, push or press against, as one's head against a wall or floor, etc. (see nônô, sôsô, núsnus, uríud, oróod).


mómoy

Hiligaynon

See múmuy-ugly, nasty, etc.


mong

Hiligaynon

(B) An exclamation often placed at the end of a sentence; really, surely, certainly, indeed, believe me, etc. Indì akó magkádto dídto, mong. I am not going there, really I am not. Dakû siá, mong. He is a big fellow, sure enough.


mónggo

Hiligaynon

A kind of peas, much eaten in the Philippines.


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