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ámak

Hiligaynon

Easily lighted material, as shavings, dry leaves, grass, etc. used to start or kindle a fire. Paámak is generally used, also as a verb. Mangítà ka sing ámak or paámak. Look for some kindling. Paamáki ang kaláyo. Put some easily lighted material on the fire. Ipaámak ko iníng lukáy. I'll use as kindling these dry coconut leaves. Pangitái sing paámak iníng mga rámò kag tútdan mo. Go in search of something to set fire to this refuse and burn it up.



alámak

Hiligaynon

(H) Light and easily inflammable material, kindling. (see ámak, paámak).


paámak

Hiligaynon

Quick-burning material, kindling; also used as a verb. Mangítà ka sing paámak nga idáig ko sa kaláyo. Look for some kindling that I can use to light the fire with. Paamáki ang kaláyo. Get some kindling for the fire. Put some kindling on the fire. (pa, ámak).


amákan

Hiligaynon

Bamboo matting used for drying rice, copra, etc. in the sun. Also for partition walls, ceilings, floor-carpets, etc.


amamákol

Hiligaynon

A kind of edible mushroom, often found in banana groves.


damák

Hiligaynon

Slovenly, dirty, untidy, slatternly, sluttish, bedraggled, draggletail; to become slovenly, etc. Sádto sang dalága pa siá mahípid siá kaáyo, ápang karón, kay kasáda na, nagdamák. Formerly, when she was single, she used to be very tidily dressed, but now that she is married, she has become a slattern. (see sáprat).


dinamák

Hiligaynon

Nasty, dirty, slovenly, slatternly; indecent, obscene; to act or speak in a vile, abominable way. (see damák, sáprat, bástos, mahígkò, maláway).


hámak

Hiligaynon

To slight, think little of, treat with disrespect, ignore, disregard, despise, not to heed, pay no attention to, have no consideration for. Ginahamákan níla ang mga sógò sang Diós. They are not heeding God's commandments. Indì ka maghámak sang íya mga láygay. Don't slight his admonitions. Don't despise his advice. Indì mo pagpahamákan ang maáyo nga batásan sa ímo nga panimaláy. Don't permit good conduct to be disregarded in your home. (see pahámak which is more in use).


hamák or hámak

Hiligaynon

Of little value, thought little of, of slight consideration, disregarded, ignored. Hamák nga táo. A man of little consequence.


kadamák

Hiligaynon

Slovenliness, filthiness, dirtiness, nastiness. (see damák).


kahámak

Hiligaynon

Slight, disregard, disrespect, neglect, contempt, condition of a thing or person that-is of little or no concern,-need not be paid any attention to. (see hámak).


kapahamákan

Hiligaynon

Low or mean station (position); low estimate, contempt, contemptibility, despicableness. (see hámak, pahámak).


lagámak

Hiligaynon

To crack, crash, etc. See ragámak, ragáak.


pahámak

Hiligaynon

To slight, belittle, ignore, think but little about, care little for, disregard, take no notice of, not to heed. Indì mo pagpahamákan ang ímo dungúg, ang mga sógò sang Dios, etc. Don't be careless of (ignore or neglect) your reputation, the commandments of God, etc. Ginpahamákan gid níya ang maáyo nga mga láygay sang íya ginikánan. He disregarded (spurned) the good advice of his parent. (pa, hámak).


palamakurán

Hiligaynon

Fortress, fort, stronghold, rampart, outwork, fortification; strength. (see bákud, pamákud).


pamakál

Hiligaynon

Freq. of bakál-to buy, etc. Ang pamakál kag pamalígyà. Buying and selling. Baráto (Mahál) siá sing pamakál. He buys cheap (dear).


pamákdol

Hiligaynon

To knuckle, beat, strike. (see pákdol).


pamákhay

Hiligaynon

Freq. of bákhay-to hoe, dig, etc.


pamákhò

Hiligaynon

To sigh, grieve, etc. (see bákhò).


pamáklang

Hiligaynon

Freq. of páklang-to form-, have-, grow-, large leaves (of palms or the like).


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