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damít

Hiligaynon

Frequented, much resorted to, haunt of many, visited by many; to frequent, haunt, resort to, visit often. Dílì gid damít sang táo iníng lugár. This place is but seldom visited by human beings. Nagadamít siá sa ámon baláy. He is a frequent visitor at our house. He often calls on us. (see daní, gamít).



dámlag

Hiligaynon

To appear on the scene, visit, chance upon. Nakadámlag siá sa ámon kagáb-i. He came to us (for the first time) last night. (see daláng, típlang).


dánggas

Hiligaynon

To blow or beat upon with full force, drive against without obstruction, said of wind. Ang hángin nagadánggas sang baláy. The wind strikes the house with full force. Ang ámon kamálig sa umá ginadanggasán sang hángin. Our field-hut is being buffeted by the wind. (see ábong).


danggásan

Hiligaynon

Open to the wind, unsheltered, having no screen or wind-break, exposed to the wind. Ang ámon baláy danggásan. Our house is exposed to the wind. (see dángkal).


dápia

Hiligaynon

To waft, bear-, carry-, along (of wind). Ang hángin nagadápia sang kahumút sang mga búlak sa ámon baláy. The wind wafts the fragrance of the flowers to our house. (dápya id.).


dátà

Hiligaynon

To extend, abound, prolong, last long, spread over a long time or large district. Nagdátà kahápon ang ámon sugilánon dídto sa íla baláy. Our conversation yesterday at their house lasted a long time. Nagadátà karón ang pagdinayaáy sa pagpiniliáy. Nowadays cheating is very common at elections.


dáyon

Hiligaynon

Continuous, permanent, lasting, perpetual, eternal, at all times, evermore, constantly, always, everlastingly; to continue, go on with, last, stay for some time, lodge, sojourn, visit or call upon for an extended period, spend some time. Dáyon ang kabúhì sang kalág, umalági ang íya sang láwas. The life of the soul is eternal, that of the body transitory. Sa dáyon nga ínit nagláyà ang madámù nga mga tanúm. On account of the long drought many plants withered. Dayóna ang ímo pagbása, paglakát, hámbal, etc. Go on with your reading, your march, your speech, etc. Magdáyon ka dirí sa ámon. Stay here with us for a time. Diín ang ginadayónan mo? Where are you staying? Kon magsakáy ka pa Manílà saráng mo madayónan dídto ang ákon tíò. When you go to Manila, you can stay at my uncle's there. Dáyon gid lang ang paghibî siníng bátà. This baby is always crying.


dógmon

Hiligaynon

A sow's bed or litter; to build or make a sow's litter. Nagdógmon ang báboy sa idálum sang ámon baláy. The sow made her bed underneath our house. Gindogmonán sang báboy ang idálum sang tambóbo. The sow made her litter under the granary.


dókdok

Hiligaynon

To press-, force-, wedge-, slip-, plug-, sandwich-, in between, to introduce, thrust in, elbow one's way in. Idókdok iníng líbro sa mga líbro sa estánte. Wedge this book in among the books in the book-case. Dokdokí sing búlak sang búlak ang ímo gwáb. Plug some cotton into your hollow tooth. Sang ámon pándut madámù gid nga mga táo ang nagtalámbong nga daw índì ka makadókdok sa simbáhan. At our feast-day very many people attended, so that it looked as if you could not elbow your way into the church or that you could scarcely get into the church. Gutúk na iníng trak, índì ka na kadókdok. This truck is full; you cannot squeeze in any more. (see sóksok, dútdut, lótlot).


dokól-dokól

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of dokól. Ang ámon sakristán maábtik gid magdokóldokól sa mga akólito nga nagsayúp. Our sacristan is an adept at knuckling acolythes that make mistakes.


dúaw

Hiligaynon

To visit, pay a visit to, call-at,-upon, drop in, look in, look up someone, pay one's respects to. Duáwa ang ímo ábyan. Pay a visit to your friend. Walâ pa gid siá magdúaw sa ámon. He has not yet visited us, has not yet called on us. Gindúaw níya akó sa Manílà. He called upon me in Manila. Idúaw mo akó sa íya. Do me favour and visit him. (see hápit, súr-aw, súy-aw, dálaw, dáraw).


dúbok

Hiligaynon

To join a group, be present at, come together, associate with, go to, assist, take part in, put in an appearance. Madámù nga mga táo ang nagadúbok, nagadulúbok. Very many people are present, are taking part, are joining. Nadubókan sing madámù nga mga dumulúaw ang ámon pándut. Many visitors came to our feast. Our feast was attended by many visitors. (see dúgok id.).


dúgay

Hiligaynon

(H) Long (of time); to spend a long time, last long, endure, abide, prolong, protract, tarry, linger, drag on, draw out, put off, procrastinate, delay. Nagdúgay siá sang íya pageskwéla dídto. He prolonged his schooling there, was going to school there for a long time. Nadúgay ka dídto? Were you there long? Dugáya ang paglúmon mo sa ámon. Stay with us for a long time. Indì mo pagdugáyon ang pagpadalá sa ákon sing sulát. Don't be long in sending me a letter. Gindúgay níya ang bálus. He put off answering for a long time. Dúgay na gid inâ. That was ages ago, a very long time ago. (see búhay, maláwig).


dumdúman

Hiligaynon

Thought, memory, recollection, concern, solicitude. Walâ na gid siá dumdúman sa ámon. He does not think of us any longer. He does not even remember us, has no concern for us. (see panumdúman).


dumílì

Hiligaynon

(H) To interdict, forefend, proscribe, refuse, withhold, bar, ban, forbid, prohibit. Nagdumílì siá sa ámon sa pagpamakóg sang kabúgaw. He forbade us to throw sticks at the pomeloes. Indì ka magdumílì sinâ sa íya. Don't refuse him that. Ginadumilían kamí sa pagsulúd sa íya hulút. We are not allowed to enter his room. (see dílì, lihî, índì, íngà).


dunâ

Hiligaynon

To be punctual, be in time, be there at the proper moment, in the nick of time, just in time. Nakadunâ siá sa íla pagsúgud sang rosáryo. He was there when they started saying the rosary. Walâ ikáw makadunâ sang pagbukás námon sang kláse. You were not there when we opened the class. Tungúd sa anó nga, walâ ka makadunâ sa prosesyón sang ámon pándut? Why didn't you come in time for the procession of our Feast?


dúnut

Hiligaynon

To decay, rot, spoil, putrefy, decompose, corrupt; to become or make soft. Nadúnut ang káhoy sa dútà. The wood rotted in the ground. Padunúta lang sa dútà iníng káhoy. Just let this wood rot in the ground. Dunúta ang linúgaw, kamóti, ságing, etc. Make the rice-porridge soft, let the sweet potatoes, the bananas, etc. get very soft. Nadunútan ang ámon baláy sing duhá ka halígi. Two posts of our house have become rotten. (see gabúk).


dúpag

Hiligaynon

(B) To detain, interfere with, balk, meddle with, preoccupy, prevent, foil, baffle, hamper, trammel, obstruct, handicap. Indì ka magdúpag sa ákon sang lakás nga sugilánon. Don't detain me with excessive talk. Walâ pa gánì makapanyága kamí, kay nadúpag kamí sang ámon hambálay. We have not even had dinner yet, because we were preoccupied with our conversation. Indì mo akó pagdupágon, kay masákò ang ákon mga buluhatón. Don't hamper me, don't interfere with me, for I have much work to do. Buót akó magkádto dídto kahápon, ápang gindúpag akó ni Fuláno. I wanted to go there yesterday, but N.N. prevented me. (see awát, lúpag, pamalábag).


gála

Hiligaynon

(Sp. gala) Gala, full dress, dress worn on solemn occasions; premium, present, reward, pay; to reward, give a present or tip, offer a premium or payment. Iníng mga bátà nagapagála sa pagkánta kag pagsáut. These children sing and dance for presents. Kon ámon kamó saútan, pilá ang igála nínyo sa ámon? If we dance for you, how much will you give us? Gingaláhan níya silá sing tagpisítas. He made them a present of twenty centavos each. (see hátag, regálo, túgrò, taó, báyad, sóhol).


gamú

Hiligaynon

Disturbance, row, riot, trouble, disorder, tumult, fracas, affray, melee, uproar, squabble, brawl, commotion; to cause a disturbance, etc., throw into confusion, take away peace or tranquillity. May gamú silá sa íla baláy. There is some disorder or commotion in their home. Indì kamó maggamú or magginamú dirí sa ámon. Don't disturb us here. Don't interrupt our peace or tranquillity. Ginámwan níya ang bánwa. He caused a commotion in town. Iníng duhá ka táo may dakû nga gamú. These two men are at loggerheads, are having a serious fight or quarrel between themselves. Pagámwa (pagamuhá) lang silá, kay walâ man sing pulús kon ímo silá husáyon, kay índì silá mamátì. Just let them fight it out, for it is of no use to try to mediate, as they won't listen to you. Anó ang nanginkabangdánan siníng gamú? What is the origin or cause of this riot? (see garók, gáhud, galúng, gúbat).


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