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ánting

Hiligaynon

To be or become keen of hearing, to hear well. Bungúl siá sádto ánay, ápang karón nagánting na. He was deaf before, but now he hears well. Naantingán akó siníng táo. This man hears and understands me at once. (see kaánting, maánting).



antíng-ánting

Hiligaynon

Amulet, charm, any object worn in the belief that it possesses mysterious powers. Indì ka magpáti kag índì ka magdalá sa láwas mo sináng ginatawág nga antíng-ánting. Don't believe in, and don't wear on your body, those things called amulets. (see pinangálap).


kaánting

Hiligaynon

Good hearing, quality of hearing well. (ánting).


maánting

Hiligaynon

Hearing well, having good ears, keen or sharp of hearing. (see ánting).


bánting

Hiligaynon

To tie down, brace, fasten together by means of ropes, chains, etc. Bantingí ang atóp sing kalát. Tie down the roof with a rope. Ang kalát ginabánting. The rope is used for bracing. Ibánting ang kalát sa mga kawáyan. Bind the bamboos together with the rope or use the rope for binding the bamboos. (see angót, higót, bángot).


kaantingón

Hiligaynon

See kaánting.


masulánting

Hiligaynon

Far-reaching, sonorous, loud, etc. (see malágsing, masílik, matágsing).


pánting

Hiligaynon

A fish-vender, fishmonger, a seller of, or dealer in, fish. (see labasíro).


sánting

Hiligaynon

Serious, grave, dangerous (of a disease); vehement, fierce, violent (of a quarrel, fight, war, etc.); to be serious, etc. Sánting na ang íya pagbátì. His condition is now serious. He is dangerously ill. Nagsánting ang íla ilináway. Their fight become fierce. They fought each other savagely. (see sugúng, saúlsául, búg-at, sángsang).


sulánting

Hiligaynon

Shrill, piercing, audible at a great distance, carrying far; to utter a shrill, piercing, loud cry, to shriek. (see sílik).


alingág-ngag

Hiligaynon

A little deaf, hard of hearing; to be a little deaf, have one's sense of hearing slightly impaired. Alingágngag siá. He is slightly deaf. Sang isá ka simána maánting pa siá, ápang karón nagalingágngag na. A week ago he could still hear well, but now he is a little deaf. Sán-o pa ikáw magalingágngag? When did you have your sense of hearing impaired? Ginaalingagngagán akó sa íya. He seems to me to be slightly deaf.


ambahánon

Hiligaynon

Singing, chanting, song, hymn, (ámba; kalantáhon).


ántay

Hiligaynon

To move, to transfer one's residence, go to live somewhere else, to carry or transport to some other place. Nagántay kamí sa umá sang tigtalánum. During the planting-season we lived at the farm. Iántay ang mga kasangkápan sa bánwa. Transfer your outfit to the town. Kon matápus ang áni maántay kamí liwán sa bánwa. After the rice-harvest we shall move to town again. Antayi ang umá mo sa bakólod, kay maáyo sa ímo láwas ang pagpuyô mo didto. Go to live at your farm on the hill, for staying there is good for your health. (see líton).


bakilí

Hiligaynon

Sloping, slanting, downhill, falling, said of fields or parts of them, where water will flow off readily. Bakilí nga talámnan. A sloping rice-field. (see bánglid, bánhay).


balásbas

Hiligaynon

Oblique, diagonal, not vertical or horizontal, slanting; to be, become or make diagonal, etc. Ang balásbas dílì tíndog. What is oblique is not vertical. Balasbasón mo ang pagtakúd sang láso sa ákon báyò. Fasten the ribbon obliquely across my jacket. Walâ níya pagtadlungá ang pagarádo, kóndì ginbalásbas níya. He did not plough straight across the field, but diagonally, from corner to corner. Ibalásbas iníng láso sa pakô sang ákon báyò. Put this ribbon aslant across the sleeve of my jacket.


balingíg

Hiligaynon

Not quite vertical, leaning-inclined, slanting; to lean a little, be inclined, etc. Kaína matádlung pa ang halígi, karón nagbalingíg na. A while ago the post was straight, now it has inclined a little. Pabalingigá ang halígi. Slant the post a little. (see hiláy, talingî, talingíg, tingíg).


balitáng

Hiligaynon

Anything that tightens, stiffens, clasps, holds something together: brace, clamp, clasp, manacle, shackles; the piece of wood on either side of a hammock. (see balískog, bánting, pángkog).


bánglid

Hiligaynon

A slope, rise, gently rising ground, incline, aclivity, declivity; sloping, slanting, not level (of ground). (see bánhay, bangilíd,


bíkà

Hiligaynon

To straddle, to spread the legs wide apart when sitting, standing or lying. Indì ka magbíkà. Don't spread your legs so wide apart. Ginbíkà níya ang íya páa. He spread his legs out. Indì mo pagbikáon ang ímo páa. Don't spread your legs. Kúlang kaáyo ang ímo nga pagtáhud, kay nagbíkà ka sa atubángan sang mga bisíta. You are wanting very much in politeness towards visitors, for you spread your legs in their presence. Indì mo silá pagbikáan liwán. Don't spread your legs again before them-or-in their presence. (see bákà).


bingáw

Hiligaynon

Jagged, nicked, notched, indented, having one or more teeth missing; wanting-, lacking-, one or more teeth. (see pingás).


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