List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter N - Page 3

namaslután

Hiligaynon

Use, utility, usefulness; knowledge, education. Táo siá nga walâ sing namaslután. He is a worthless fellow. He knows nothing. (see pulús, águd, ásoy, nabádwan, namasngaán).



namasrután

Hiligaynon

See namaslután.


namátyan

Hiligaynon

A bereaved family or household; the house or place where a death has occurred. (see patáy, himatáyan).


námì

Hiligaynon

To be or become nice, agreeable, beautiful. Nagnámì ang íya baláy, kay ginkaáyo níya. His house is now quite beautiful, for he has had it done up. Nanamían akó sang íya bestído. I consider her dress very nice. Kon mapísan ka paganamían ka gid sang báklon sa ímo ni tátay nga delárgo. If you are diligent,-father will buy you a beautiful pair of trousers,-you will see what a beautiful pair of trousers father will buy for you. Katahúm siní nga hampángan; natingála akó sang silíng mo nga walâ ka siní pagnamíi. How beautiful this toy is; I am astonished to hear you say that you were not pleased with it. Kon makítà mo ang laráwan ni Fuláno manamían ikáw sa walâ sing duhádúha. When you see N.N.'s photo you will, I am sure, consider it beautiful. (see tahúm, ányag, gayón, dálig, ámbong, ayóáyo).


námit

Hiligaynon

To be or become or make sweet, tasty, delectable, dainty, savoury, delicious, exquisite, agreeable to the taste. Nagnámit na iníng mga páhò. These mangoes have now become delicious. Nanamítan akó siníng ságing. These bananas are nice, I like these bananas for their exquisite taste. These bananas taste to me delightful. Namíta ang paglútò sang panyága. Cook a tasty dinner.


námò

Hiligaynon

Noise, trouble, disturbance; trick, malice, craft, cunning, deceit, duplicity, evil intention, mostly used with a negative. Walâ sing námò iníng táo. This is a quiet, reticent man. This man is-harmless,-guileless,-without malice. (see gáhud, gamó, dáyà, límbong).


namô-namô

Hiligaynon

Dim. of námò. Si Fuláno walâ gid sing namônamô. N.N. is a silent, taciturn, quiet, harmless man, or the like.


námog

Hiligaynon

(B) Dew. (see tún-og).


namók

Hiligaynon

Mosquito, gnat. (see lamók, hámlok).


námon

Hiligaynon

Genitive of kamí-we (the person addressed is excluded); ours; by through, etc. us. Ang tubó námon. Ang ámon tubó. Our sugar cane. Pagahimóon námon inâ. Amon inâ pagahimóon. We will (shall) do that (it). Sa baláy námon. Sa ámon baláy. At our home. (see ámon, ákon).


nánà

Hiligaynon

An old woman, granny, mother. (see mámà-an old man).


nánà, nânâ

Hiligaynon

Pus, discharge, matter, suppuration from boils, ulcers, etc.; to be purulent, mattery, to gather, fester, ulcerate, form pus. Nananáan ang íya hubág. His swelling is ulcerating. Naganánà ang íya pilás. His wound is-gathering,-festering,-full of pus. (see dágsang, dalâ).


nanag

Hiligaynon

A prefix denoting the past tense active (nag-), but only used when the agents are many, e.g. nanagtinubiganáy, nanaghinúgyaw, nanagpinanagoáy, nanaglagsanáy, nanagdinayándáyan, nanaghinutikáy silá, etc. They played the "water-game", they frolicked or made merry, they played hide and seek, they ran races together, they roamed about, they whispered to each other, etc. (túbig, húgyaw, tágò, lagás, dayándáyan, hutík, etc.). (see nag-).


nanám

Hiligaynon

To be or become tasty, appetizing, savoury, applied especially to all sorts of nuts and the like. Nananamán akó siníng mga lubí, maní, kastányas, etc. These coconuts, peanuts, chestnuts, etc. taste good to me. I like the taste of these coconuts, etc. (see námit, námì).


(B) Various, divers, diversified, diverse, different, assorted, all kinds of, all sort of, all manner of, varied, heterogeneous, mixed. Ang mga búlak may nanarîsárì nga duág kag kahumút. The flowers have all sorts of colours and scent. (see sarîsárì, nanuháytúhay, tuháytúhay, laínláin).


nánay

Hiligaynon

Mother, mamma, mama, ma. Si nánay ko (ang ilóy ko). My mother. Si nánay kag si tátay (ang amáy kag ang ilóy). Father and mother.


nanáy

Hiligaynon

Mother! Mamma! Mama! Ma! Nanáy, karí ka dirí. Mother, come here.


nánda

Hiligaynon

(B) Genitive of sánda. Of them, theirs; by them, through them, etc. (see íla, níla).


nangá

Hiligaynon

A kind of thick rattan stick, rod, cane. Kon magbúhat ka sinâ liwán, sàsaón gid nákon ang isá ka nangá sa ímo talúdtud (likód). If you do that again, I shall give you a good caning. (see bilogón, tagsáon, náwì).


nangin

Hiligaynon

A verbal prefix. See mangin.


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