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agéu, ágeu

Hiligaynon

Fine soot, smoke blacks, lampblack. (see agyú, ágyu, id.).



ágyu, agyú

Hiligaynon

See agéu id.


bagyú

Hiligaynon

(B) Spoilt, rotten, etc. See bagéu, bagéw.


apián

Hiligaynon

Opium. Indì ka magyúpyup sang apián, kay maláin inâ sa láwas páti kalág. Don't smoke (literally "suck in") opium, for it is bad for body and soul. Manugsiò sang apián. An opium-smoker, opium-eater. (see apyán id.).


huráw

Hiligaynon

Formal, cold, stiff, not hearty or sincere, only for show or as a mere formality. Huráw kag pagkuláhaw gid lang ang íya pagyuhúm. His smile was very cold and forced (not hearty or sincere). (see pakuláhaw, hiláw).


olín

Hiligaynon

The stern of a boat, poop. Metaphorically: Indì ka maghámbal sinâ, kay básì olinán ikáw. Don't talk like that, for you may be worse off yourself later on. Púngkò ka sa luyó siníng bátà nga but-ánan, kay básì maolinán ka sang íya nga batásan. Sit down at the side of this well-behaved boy, that you may-follow his example,-do as he does. Índì ka magyúbit sa íya, kay básì olinán ikáw. Don't ridicule him, for you may be ridiculed too in your turn.


olín

Hiligaynon

The stern of a boat, poop. Metaphorically: Indì ka maghámbal sinâ, kay básì olinán ikáw. Don't talk like that, for you may be worse off yourself later on. Púngkò ka sa luyó siníng bátà nga but-ánan, kay básì maolinán ka sang íya nga batásan. Sit down at the side of this well-behaved boy, that you may-follow his example,-do as he does. Índì ka magyúbit sa íya, kay básì olinán ikáw. Don't ridicule him, for you may be ridiculed too in your turn.


taláihom

Hiligaynon

A smile, a quiet laugh (laughter); to smile, break out into a laugh, to laugh (quietly, derisively, sarcastically). Nakataláihom siá. He smiled. He burst out laughing. Natalaihomán akó sa íya. I could not help smiling at him. Gintalaihomán níya akó. He smiled or laughed at me. Ginpataláihom akó sang íya nga sinúgid. I was forced to smile at his remarks. I could not help smiling at what he said. Natalaihomán siá sa ákon. (Nagyuhúm siá sing may kayúbit (kahám-ut) sa ákon). He smiled at me derisively (gleefully). (see yuhúm, kádlaw, lákhò, lámhò, talángkaw, harákhak, ngirít, lángsì).


yúbit

Hiligaynon

(H) Ridicule, derision, mockery, raillery, chaff, badinage; to tease, make fun of, ridicule, deride, laugh at, banter, rally, chaff, poke fun at, mock, scoff at. Indì ka magyúbit sa mga piáng, lamón, etc. Indì mo pagyubítan ang mga piáng, lamón, etc. Do not make fun of (Do not scoff at) the lame, blind, etc. (see yúgit, yagutâ, yagúm-at, uligâ, ulígyat, tiáwtíaw, úmpit).


yúhum, yuhúm

Hiligaynon

To smile, laugh pleasantly. Nagyuhúm siá sang pagkabatî níya sang amó nga kahalam-útan. He smiled when he heard that pleasant story. Ginyuhumán níya akó. He smiled at me. Yuhumí ang bátà. Smile at the baby. (see kádlaw).


yunâ

Hiligaynon

To be or become unsavoury, tasteless, insipid, flat, said of overdone tubers, meat, fish, etc. Ang kárne nagyunâ, hay natám-an kang lágà. (Ang kárne nagyutâ kay natám-an sang lâgâ). The meat is tasteless, because it has been boiled too long.


yundô-yúndò

Hiligaynon

To play with, fondle, divert, amuse, make smile (a baby, etc.). Magyundôyúndò ka sa bátà. Play with the baby. Amuse the baby. (see lahógláhog, hampánghámpang, dálò).


yupók

Hiligaynon

A dimple; a dent, indentation. Kon magyuhúm siá may duhá ka makawiwíli nga yupók sa íya mga písngi. When she smiles there are two pleasant dimples on her cheeks.


yúpyup

Hiligaynon

A whiff of smoke, of opium, etc.; to inhale, suck in, imbibe. Isá ka yúpyup sang asó sang tabákò. A whiff of tobacco smoke. Palayúpyup siá sang ápyan (apyán). He is an opium smoker. Indì kamó magyúpyup sing ápyan, kay maláin inâ sa láwas páti sa kalág. Don't smoke opium, because it is bad both for body and soul. (see súyup, sópsop).