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bítay

Hiligaynon

To hang, suspend, string up. Bitáya ang ságing, kahón, etc. Hang up the bananas, the box, etc. by means of a string. Ginbitáyan níla ang káhoy sang kánding nga inanítan na. They hung up to the tree the flayed goat. Ibítay akó ánay siníng bakág nga may unúd nga tinápay. Kindly hang up for me this basket filled with bread. Nasentensiahán siá sang hukóm nga bitáyon. He was sentenced by the judge to be hanged.



bítbit

Hiligaynon

To carry in one's hand (a handbag or the like). Bitbitá ang pinutús. Carry the parcel in your hand. Bitbití akó sing duhá ka láta nga salmón kag maglakát kitá. Take along for me in your hand two tins of salmon and let us go. Ibítbit akó ánay sang ákon sapátos. Kindly carry my boots in your hand. (see dalá).


bítin

Hiligaynon

To draw-, pull-, lift-, haul-, up, hoist, to snatch with a swift motion. Bitína ang bátà. Lift up the child. Ang bátà nga putót ginabítin sa ság-ang. A stunted child is lifted by its chin. (A superstitious belief has it, that in this way the child is made to grow well). Bitíni akó sing isá ka bayóng. Draw up for me one bamboo container of water. Ibítin akó ánay siníng baúl. Kindly lift or haul up this box for me. Ginbítin níya ang sotána níya sang pagtabók níya sa subâ. When he crossed the river he raised his cassock. (see bátak, álsa, hákwat, baláking, N.B. "hákwat" is used more for lifting heavy loads, "bítin" for light articles).


bitón

Hiligaynon

(Sp. betun) Shoe-blacking, polish; to shine-, polish-, black-, a shoe, etc. Bitoná or bitoní ang ákon mga sapátos. Shine, polish, my shoes. Ibitón akó ánay sang ákon mga sapátos. Kindly polish my boots for me. Makahibaló ka balá magbitón? Do you know how to shine shoes? (see limpiabótas-a boot-black).


biyáyà

Hiligaynon

To nurse, rear, bring up. Sang nawád-an akó sang ákon mga ginikánan siá amó ang nagbiyáyà sa ákon. When I was bereaved of my parents it was she that took care of me. Ang bátà nga ílo ginbiyayáan sang íya nga tíà. The orphan child was reared by its aunt. Ibiyáyà akó siníng bátà nga walâ na sing ilóy. Kindly look after this child that has no longer a mother.


bódo

Hiligaynon

To salt, pickle, put in brine. Bodóha ang ísdà, páhò, etc. Pickle the fish, mango, etc. Ibódo akó ánay siníng búgsò nga ísdà. Kindly pickle this piece of fish for me. Bodóhi akó sing tóloy. Salt down some sardines for me. Binódo (binóro)-salted (pickled) fish. (see bóro, asín, gamós).


bóhot

Hiligaynon

Sultriness, closeness, heat; to be or become sultry, close, hot, stuffy, stifling. Nagabóhot ang tiémpo. The weather is close, sultry, the heat is stifling. Nabohótan gid akó sang ínit. I felt the close heat very much. (see gín-ot).


bókbok

Hiligaynon

To crush, powder, grind, mash, pulverize, comminute, break, bruise, pound, reduce to fine particles. Bokboká ang bugás. Powder the hulled rice. Bokbokí akó sing diótay nga maís nga kinokót. Grind some corn for me. Binókbok nga balátong. Mashed beans. Ibókbok mo akó ánay siníng dalógdog nga ipamányos ko. Kindly crush this dalógdog-fruit for me, as I wish to rub myself with it. Figuratively: Natungâtúngà námon ang dálan nga mapailóngílong kag bokbokán kamí sang ulán. We had covered about half the distance on the road leading to Iloilo, when we were overtaken by a pelting shower of rain. (see sâsâ, tâtâ, mômô, lumâ, pusâ).


bokóg

Hiligaynon

(H) A small fish-bone; to stick in the throat, obstruct the throat. Nabokóg akó sang síkag sang ísdà. A fish-bone stuck in my throat. (see síkag).


bókot

Hiligaynon

To shut up, imprison, confine, isolate, segregate, lock-up,-in, pen, coop up. Bokóta ang báboy kag patambokón mo. Shut up the pig and fatten it. Bokóti akó sing duhá ka báboy, kay iháwon ko sa sulúd sang duhá ka búlan. Shut up and fatten for me two pigs, for I am going to slaughter them within two months. Mga mádre nga binókot. Cloistered nuns. Bokóta siá sa íya hulút nga índì siá makagwâ. Lock him in his room, so that he cannot go out. Ginpabókot níla siá sa bilanggóan. They had him-locked up,-incarcerated,-confined in prison,-imprisoned,-sent to prison,-put in prison. (see húnong, bilánggò).


bololághot

Hiligaynon

(H) To be overwhelmed with work, be very busy, unable to cope with all the work. Daw sa índì akó makaílis sang ákon mga panápton, kay nagabololághot akó. I have scarcely time to change my clothes, for I am overwhelmed with work. Nagabololághot lang ang ákon mga buluhatón. My work is overwhelming, I cannot cope with all I should do.


bómba

Hiligaynon

(Sp. bomba) A bomb; a pump; to pump. Ibómba ang bómba sa áwang. Work the pump at the cistern or well. Bombahí akó sing túbig. Pump up some water for me.


bóog

Hiligaynon

(B) To roast-, bake-, broil-, over live coals. Bóg-a (boóga) ang kamóti. Bake the sweet potato. Bóg-i (boógi) akó sing kárne, ísdà, ságing, maís, etc. Roast some meat, fish, bananas, corn, etc. for me. Ibóog akó ánay siníng maís. Kindly roast this corn for me. Maís nga binóog, unúd nga binóog, etc. Roast-corn,-meat, etc. (see íhaw, súgba).


bórda

Hiligaynon

(Sp. bordar) Embroidery; to embroider. Bordahí ang pányo ko. Embroider my handkerchief. Ibórda mo akó sinâ. Kindly embroider that for me. Indì mo pagtahión, kóndì bordahá gid. Don't sew, but embroider. (see pamugták-púgtak).


bótkon

Hiligaynon

Arm, forearm; to take by the arm. Ginbótkon níya akó kag dálhon sa higád. He took me by the arm and led me into a corner-or-dragged me aside.


botó

Hiligaynon

Brood, clutch, hatch, young ones, applied to birds; to breed, get, have or produce young ones. Ang mungâ nga bolók amó ang nagbotó siníng mga pisô. The spotted hen is the one that hatched these chickens. Bág-o pa lang nabotó iníng mga pisô. These chickens were hatched only a short while ago. Walâ pa mabotó ang mga ítlog siníng mungâ. The eggs of this hen are not yet hatched. Ang mga binotó. The brood, young ones, young birds, chickens. Ipabotó iníng mga ítlog sa mungâ. Let these eggs be put under the hen. Pabotohí (pabótwi) akó siníng duhá ka ítlog sang páto sa ímo mungâ. Have these two duck's eggs hatched by your hen. Put these two duck's eggs under your hen.


buás

Hiligaynon

(H) To-morrow. Buás sa ága. To-morrow morning. Buás sa hápon. To-morrow afternoon or evening. Buás-or-sa buás mapamanílà akó. To-morrow I'll go to Manila. (see harúm-an).


búdlay

Hiligaynon

Fatigue, hard work, toil, drudgery; to tire, require great exertions. Kon magkáli ka sing bubón pagabudlayón ka gid. If you dig a water-hole you will get very tired. Ginbúdlay or binúdlay níya akó. He tired me out, he required much work or great exertions from me. Indì mo siá pagbudlayón (pagpabudlayón) sing támà. Don't overwork him. Don't tire him out. Ginpangabudlayán ko sing dakû ang pagpatíndog siníng baláy. I had much work and trouble in putting up this house. Indì ka magdalá sing kahíkaw sa kinabudlayán sang ibán. Don't envy others what they get by much exertion. (see pangabúdlay, lúyà, rúyà, pául, kápoy, álay).


búdul

Hiligaynon

Stocky, stumpy, thickset, fat, stout, low in stature, but large in circumference; to be or become thickset, etc. Búdul nga táo. A thickset, stocky, stout man. Nagbúdul siá. He has grown stout. Nabudúlan akó sa íya. He appeared to me to be rather corpulent. (see pudól, tipúngkò, karibúd, karibudó).


buélta

Hiligaynon

(Sp. vuelta) Return, coming back; to return, come back, retrace one's steps. Sán-o man ikáw magabuélta? When are you coming back? Nakabuélta siá? Has he returned? Sa pagbuélta mo dálhan mo akó sing tinápay. On your return bring me along some bread. Huy, sapiór, bueltahón mo akó karón. Hi. chauffeur, come back and fetch me soon. Húo, pahulamón ko ikáw siníng maléta, ápang ipabuélta mo sa ákon sa madalî. Yes, I'll lend you this hand-bag, but mind and have it returned to me soon. Ari na ang maléta nga ginbuélta (ginpabuélta) níya. Here now is the handbag he brought (sent) back. Naglakát siá sa Ilóngílong kaína sang ága kag nagbuélta siá siníng hápon. He walked to Iloilo this morning and came back this afternoon or evening. (see bálik, paúlì, panumbalík, ógpot).


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