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bílad

Hiligaynon

To open; unfold (a book or the like). Bilára (-áda) ang tulún-an. Open the book. Bilári akó sang líbro. Open the book for me. Ginabílad mo lang ang líbro nga walâ mo pagbasáha. You are holding the book open without reading it. Biniláran níya ang látok sang íya mga panápton. He spread or displayed his clothes on the table. (see húmlad, bulád, ládlad, bíkat-to force asunder, etc.).



bílang

Hiligaynon

To consider as, esteem as, judge, estimate, think, hold, take for, look upon as. Nagbílang siá sa íya nga makáwat. He took him for a thief. He looked upon him as a thief. Bilángon mo siá nga tíyò mo. Consider him (treat him as) your uncle. Ginbílang níla akó nga manugbúlung. They looked upon me as a doctor. Indì mo siá pagbilángon nga maláut, kon walâ mo masayóri. Don't pronounce him bad, unless you know for certain. Nalágyo siá, kay walâ na siá makabatás sang maláin nga pagbílang níla sa íya. He ran away, because he could not stand any longer their bad treatment of him. (see hunâhúnà, dúmdum).


bilí

Hiligaynon

Price, cost, worth, charge; to be worth, cost, be the price of. Pilá ang bilí siní? How much is this? Nagabilí sing duhá ka písos. It costs two pesos. Pilá ang pagpabilí mo siní? How much do you charge for this? Pabilihí siá sing tátlo ka salapî sináng kálò. Charge him (Have him charged) one peso and fifty centavos for that hat. Pinabilihán akó níla sing támâ. They overcharged me. Bilihán mo kon pilá ang gústo mo nga ibáyad sinâ. Name the price you would be willing to pay for that. Ang humáy nga sádto nagabilí sing mamísos ang pásong nagabilí karón sing ápat ka písos. The rice that formerly cost one peso a bushel now costs four pesos. Nagabalígyà kamí sa kubús kag pát-ud nga bilí, ápang támbing ang báyad. We sell at a cheap and fixed price, but on a cash basis. (see kabilihánan).


bilíd

Hiligaynon

To look at something held in the hand, to handle, examine, inspect. Nakabilid akó sang bág-o nga hénero nga kóko sa tiénda kag sa ákon bántà dílì maáyo nga kláse sang hénero yádto. I inspected the new white cloth in the shop and according to my opinion it is not a good kind of cloth. Bídla iní kon úyon mo. Look at this and see, whether you like it. Bídli akó sang mga patádyong nga ginabalígyà ko, kay básì may mauyónan ka. Examine the skirts I keep for sale, perhaps there are some to your liking. (see mútad, sulúng, mulálong, tán-aw, túluk).


bílik

Hiligaynon

(H) To twist or double threads, especially threads of different colour. Bilíka ang bunáng nga maputî kag mapulá. Twist the white and the red yarn together. Bilíki akó sing bunáng nga maputî kag maitúm nga hústo sa isá ka báyò. Double white and black yarn sufficient for a jacket for me. Binílik nga báyò. A jacket made of doubled threads in various colours. (bírik id.).


bílin

Hiligaynon

Order, command, commission, injunction; to order, enjoin, command, give an order to, direct, dispose, rule; pabílin-to remain; stay, be left behind. Anó ang bílin mo? What is (was) your order? May igabílin ikáw sa Ilóng-ílong? Have you an order for Iloilo? Bínli (for biníli) ang ímo útud nga padálhan níya akó sing isá ka páres nga maáyo nga sapátos. Order your brother to send me a pair of good boots. Magpabílin ka sa baláy. Stay (remain) at home. Mapabílin ikáw sa baláy? Are you remaining at home? Shall you stop at home? Ginpabílin siá sa baláy ni nánay. Mother left him at home or told him to stop at home. Ipabílin siá sa baláy. See to it that he stops at home. (see túgon, sógò, sálà, bilín).


bilíng

Hiligaynon

(H) A sharp sudden pain, a stitch; to have or suffer a stitch. Nagabilíng ang kílid ko. I have a stitch in the side. Nabilingán ang ákon batíis or nabilingán akó sa ákon batíis. I have a cramp in the calf of my leg. (biríng id.).


bilóg

Hiligaynon

Whole, entire, complete, integral, full, all together, no part missing; solid, not hollow; to make or form a whole, etc. Láwas kag kalág amó ang nagabilóg sa táo. Body and soul form the whole man. Ginkabilogán sang mga pumulúyò ang íla nga pándut. The inhabitants were all united for the celebration of their feast. Bilogón mo ang tsokoláte, dílì mo pagtabliyahón. Make the chocolate up in roundish lumps, not in tablets or slabs. Ibilóg akó ánay siníng sensílyo ko nga salapî. Kindly give me a "salapî" for these fifty centavos. Ginkabilogán níla ang amó nga sulát. They wrote that letter in common-or-they all agreed to despatch that letter. Nagbilóg ang duhá níla ka tagiposóon. Their two hearts were as one. Ginhatágan níya akó sing isá ka páhò nga bilóg. He gave me a whole mango. (i.e. not only part of it).


binaríta

Hiligaynon

A full bar; in bars, by the bar. Nakabakál akó sing habón nga binaríta. I bought some soap in bars. (baríta).


bínda

Hiligaynon

(Sp. venda) Bandage; to bandage, bind up. Bindahí ang pilás. Bind up the wound. Ginbindahán níla ang íya hubág sa bútkon. They bandaged the ulcer on his arm. Ibínda iníng báhin sang hénero sa íya nga pilás sa páa. Use this piece of cloth to bind up the wound on his leg. Ibínda akó ánay sang ákon kamót. Kindly bandage my hand. (see higót, bígkis).


bingahón

Hiligaynon

Pertaining to or mixed with bingá. Walâ akó makakáon, kay bingahón ang kán-on. I could not eat, for the rice was full of bingá.


bíngat

Hiligaynon

To unfold, open, stretch asunder. Bingáta ang bibíg, bábà, bólsa, etc. Open the lips, mouth, purse, etc. Ibíngat akó ánay sang bábà sang masakít nga bátà, kay itíl-og ko sa íya iníng linúgaw. Kindly open the sick boy's mouth, for I am going to feed him with this rice-porridge. Nabingátan akó sang ákon bólsa. Sín-o ang nagbíngat? My purse has been opened by somebody. Who opened it? (see bíkat).


binggár

Hiligaynon

(Sp. vengar) To challenge, provoke. (N.B. Scarcely, if ever, has this term the Spanish meaning of avenging, taking revenge). Binggahá si Fuláno. Challenge N.N. Ginbinggár níya akó. He provoked or challenged me. Ságad (nagaságad) siá paminggár. He is always ready to throw out a challenge. Hípus ka lang; índì ka magbinggár sa íya. Be quiet now; don't provoke him. (see ákyat).


bínghal

Hiligaynon

A snarl, growl; to snarl, growl, as a dog: to bark at. Figuratively: Bininghalán akó níya. He shouted (barked) at me. (see sínggit, tághol, láhay).


bíngkal

Hiligaynon

To break in a door, etc., to force an entrance. Bingkalá ang ganháan. Break in the door. Bingkalí silá sing isá ka puérta. Force open one door for them. Ibíngkal akó ánay siníng puérta, kay nawád-an akó sang lyábi. Kindly burst open this door for me as I have lost the key. (see búngkal).


bínhod

Hiligaynon

Numbness, pins and needles, loss of feeling; to be benumbed, have pins and needles. Nagabínhod ang batíis, bútkon ko, etc. My calf, arm, etc. is benumbed. Nabinhorán (-odán) akó sang ákon páa. I lost all feeling in my leg.


binúgkos

Hiligaynon

Bundled together, in a bundle, parcel, bale, batch, lot, pack, set, by the bundle, packet, package, parcel, fagot, etc. Binúgkos nga káhoy. A fagot (faggot) of firewood. Nakabakál akó sing tabákò, lánot, etc. nga binúgkos. I bought some tobacco, hemp, etc. in bundles or by the bundle. (búgkos).


binúgway

Hiligaynon

A tress, tuft, lock, small knot, clump or bunch of flexible things, as hair, thread, strings, etc.; protruding, projecting, coming forth, sticking out, hanging out. Ginbáklan mo balá akó sing bunáng nga binúgway? Have you bought some skeins (small hanks) of yarn for me? Binunô siá kag binúgway ang íya mga tinái. He was stabbed and his bowels protruded. (see búgway).


bís-ak

Hiligaynon

To cleave, split. Bis-aká ang káhoy. Split the wood. Bis-akí akó sing gatóng. Split some firewood for me. Ibís-ak akó ánay siníng káhoy. Kindly split this wood for me. (see bíal, etc.)


bítad

Hiligaynon

To open, unfold, spread out. Bitára (-áda) ang líbro. Open the book. Bitári akó siníng líbro. Open this book for me. (see bílad, hítad, húmlad).


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