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patáo

Hiligaynon

To hire a workman, engage or employ a labourer. Mapatáo kitá sing limá sa buás. Tomorrow we shall employ-, give employment to-, give work to-, five men. Pataóhan ko ang ákon talámnan sing napúlò, agúd madalî mahíl-ob. I shall hire ten workmen for my farm in order to finish the work quickly. Pataóhi ánay ang ímo baláy, kon buút ka magupúd sa ámon. Get someone to look after your house, if you wish to come with us. (see táo).



patayótay

Hiligaynon

To prolong, protract, be long at, take a long time, be occupied with for a long time. Nagpatayótay kamí kagáb-i sang ámon sugilánon. Last night we were conversing together for a long time. Indì kamó magpatayótay sang ínyo pagkáon. Don't be long taking-, at-, your meal. Patayotáya lang ang ímo pagbántay dirâ. Keep on the lookout there for a long time. Patayotáyi siá sang ímo sugilánon. Detain him for a good while by your conversation (with your talk). (see paútus, paláwig).


patíd

Hiligaynon

Eaten away, become thin or small through the action of the soil, said of posts, or the like; to wear out, become thin or small. Nagpatíd ang isá ka halígi sang ámon baláy. One post of our house is eaten away at its lower end.


patimáan

Hiligaynon

Notice, remark, observation, hint, information, intelligence, warning, intimation, advice; to sign or mark, give a sign or hint, inform, advise, notify, warn, give notice of. Patimán-i siá sang ádlaw nga napát-ud sa íya eksámen. Inform him of the day fixed for his examination. Napatimáan sa ámon nga dáan ang amó nga katalágman. We were warned of that danger beforehand. (see timáan, talámdan, talandáan, paándam, pasáyod, etc.).


páwat

Hiligaynon

(B) To want, lack, cease to have or get, be without, but mostly construed with índì or walâ. Indì man mapáwat ang ámon pagkáon. We shall not lack food. Walâ pa man mapáwat ang ákon dáwat nga tubâ sa hapónhápon. I have always succeeded up to now in gathering (I have never failed up to now to gather) some tubâ every evening (or afternoon). (páwat is perhaps a Contr. of pa- and awát).


pílik

Hiligaynon

To quiver, vibrate, flutter, flap, tremble, shake, move quickly to and fro. Nagapílik sa hángin ang mga dáhon sang burí. The leaves of the buri-palm are trembling in the wind. Ginapapílik sang hángin ang mga dáhon sang káhoy. The wind is tossing (shakes) the leaves of the tree to and fro. Kon papilíkon sing lakás sang hángin ang mga hayáhay magísì. If the wind flutters (flaps) the flags too much they tear (get torn). Ang ámon kúmbung pumílik sa hángin, nadúktan sang kandílà kag nasúnug. Our curtain swayed in the wind, came too near (against) the candle and took fire.


píntok

Hiligaynon

Mark, sign, dot, spot, stain; to stamp, punch, puncture, make dots. Ipíntok ang hál-o sa humáy, índì sa bató. Bring the pestle down on the rice not on the stone. Kon malúyag ka magásod sa ámon mamíntok ka ánay, agúd índì magsintokánay ang áton mga hál-o. If you wish to join us in pounding rice, time your strokes first, lest our pestles should knock together.


píot

Hiligaynon

To be or become tight, straitened, difficult; to oppress, treat harshly. Nagpíot karón ang íya pangabúhì. His life is at present a trying one. He is in a tight fix. He is leading a hard life now. Napít-an kamí sang ámon pangabúhì sa karón nga túig. This year we are living in straitened circumstances. Ginapíot silá sang íla pangolohán. Their government treats them harshly (oppresses them). (see lapígot, pígus).


pulús

Hiligaynon

All without exception, one and all, every one of them. Iníng mga páhò pulús gid mga maáyo. These mangoes are all good, there is not a bad one amongst them. Ang mga pumulúyò sang ámon bánwa pulús mga katóliko. The inhabitants of our town are all (All the people in our town are) Catholics without exception. Pulusá lang ísdà ang súd-an ta karón sa panyága. Serve only fish as a side-dish for our dinner. (see tanán, pasáy).


ránggà

Hiligaynon

(B) To break down, destroy, undo, smash to pieces, demolish. Ang ámon baláy naránggà kang (nagubâ sang) bágyo. Our house was destroyed by the hurricane. Índì kaw magránggà kang (índì mo pag ranggaón ang) lamésa. (Indì ka maggubâ sang (índì mo paggubaón ang) lamésa). Don't smash the table. Ranggaí tána kang ána kodál. Ranggaá ang kodál na. (Gúb-i siá sang íya korál. Gúb-a ang íya korál). Break down his fence. (see gubâ, láglag, lúmpag).


ríbrib

Hiligaynon

To undermine and eat away, to erode. Ginríbrib sang subâ ang ámon umá. The river undermined and carried off our field. (see áb-ab, kábkab).


rírò

Hiligaynon

(B) Zigzag; to zigzag, wind, meander, to move along a line with many short sharp turns or angles. Ang ámon subâ nagarírò. Our river winds very much. (see tikô).


rirô-rírò

Hiligaynon

(B) Dim. of rírò. Dúro námon nga riró-rírò-or-dúro ang ámon nga pagrirôrírò túbtub nga nakadángat kamí sa ámon umá. We had to make many a detour before we reached our farm. Ginrirôrírò námon ang paglakát, kay madámul ang lúnang sa dálan. We walked a roundabout way, for there was deep mud on the road. Irirôrírò mo lang siá sa pagtokád, kay matáas ang búkid. Lead him up the ascent by a zigzag path, for the mountain is high. Riróa lang ang ímo paglakát-or-rirôriróa lang ang ímo paglakát, kon índì ka makaági sa dálan nga matádlong. Simply march by a circuitous route, if you cannot go by the straight road. (see tikôtíkò, likôlíkò).


sa

Hiligaynon

To, at, from, in, on, etc. Article denoting dative or ablative. Maghámbal ka sa íya. Speak to him. Sa baláy. At home. Naghalín siá sa Manílà. He went away from Manila. He left Manila. Sa ibán nga mga dútà. In other countries. Sa látok. On the table. Sa hapónhápon-. Of an evening-. Every evening-. Sa malayô. At a far distance. Sa madalî ukón sa madúgay. Sooner or later. Nagabút silá sa lakát lámang ukón sakáy sa kabáyo? Have they come walking on foot or riding on horseback? Sa kabáskug sang unús nagkagubâ ang baláy. Through (on account of) the force of the wind the house was destroyed. Makaduhá sa isá ka búlan. Twice a month. Sa siní ukón sa yádto nga paági--. In this way or that way--. At any rate--. Somehow--. Sa úpdan akó kag sa índì malakát akó sa buás. Whether (Either) with or without a companion I'll leave tomorrow. Dirâ sa may baláy. Over there where there is a house. Sa makahibaló kag sa índì ang ákon ábyan, amó gid ang nagkahanabû. Whether my friend knows it or not, that is what happened. Sa pakúsug--. Forcefully, violently, with (by) physical (moral) force--. Ginpakán-an níla sa ámon ang íla mga álì kag dalágkù nga mga páhò nga kon sa diín pa katám-is. They let us eat of their best and largest mangoes that were deliciously sweet. Sa dakû nga kasubô nagtalíwan siá sa baláy nga sa diín siá nagpuyô sa sulúd sang tátlo ka túig. Very sadly he left the house where he had stayed for three years. (see kay).


sághaw

Hiligaynon

To glean, pick out, select, gather, cut the best ears with the rice cutter, collect the best or passable ears from a bad crop or from a crop spoilt by the action of birds, insects, etc. and leave the rest alone. Saghawá ang humáy. Gather the best rice-ears (and leave the rest in the field). Kúl-aw gid ang ámon pinatubás sa karón nga túig; sinaghawán lang námon ang ámon talámnan. This year we had a bad harvest; we just (picked out and) gathered the better ears from our rice-land (and left the rest as pasture for the cattle, etc.). Saghawá ang nabilín nga alányon. Gather what is left of the rice-crop. (see ág-ag, panálà, panagílò).


sákup

Hiligaynon

Subject, retainer, follower; member, dependant. To subject, enlist as a member or dependant, accept as a servant, etc.; to include. Pilá ang mga sákup mo? How many dependants have you? How many people are dependent on you? Ang tanán nga ginsákpan (ginsakúpan) níya. All his dependants (or subjects). Sákpa akó sa ímo mga pangamúyò. Include me in your prayers. Sákpon mo siá sa tíg-ang. Boil rice for him as well i.e. add an additional quantity of rice, so that it will be sufficient for him also. Ang ámon báryo sákup sang Munisípyo sa Miagáw. Our village is in the Municipality of Miagao. Ginsákup níla ang búg-os nga bánwa. They subjected the whole town to their rule. Magpasákup ka sa--. Join, or become a member of,--.


salákay

Hiligaynon

To damage, injure or overthrow by passing over, to overrun, run over. Ginsalakáyan sang subâ ang ámon umá. Our field was washed out by the flood. Sinalakáyan ang bánwa sang mga kaáway. The enemy overran the place. Salakáya silá. Run over them. Ang túbig nagsalákay sang ámon humáy. The water passed through our rice-field.


salídhay

Hiligaynon

(B) To pass by, flit by, fly past. Nagsalídhay tána (ra) sa baláy námon kahápon kang hápon. (Naglígad siá sa ámon baláy kahápon sing hápon). He passed by our house yesterday afternoon. (see lígad, lubás, salíndab).


salígbat

Hiligaynon

To put in, step in, interrupt a conversation, etc. Sumalígbat si Fuláno: "--. N.N. interrupted (the conversation) saying: "--. Ginsaligbatán ni Fuláno ang ámon hambárò. Our talk was interrupted by N.N. Saligbatá silá. Interrupt them.


salínà

Hiligaynon

To chance upon, happen to come to, arrive at a place accidentally or unexpectedly. Anó ang kabangdánan nga nakasalínà ka dirí karón? Why do you happen to have come here? What chance brought you here at this time? Kon makasalínà ka sa ámon índì ka malipát (magkalipát) sa pagdúaw sa ámon. Whenever you chance to come to our place, don't forget to pay us a visit. (see daláng, dánlag, típlang).


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