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abáng-ábang

Hiligaynon

A tree well known for its beautiful leaves and large pods. These latter contain a great number of winged seeds that look like butterflies (alibángbang).



alingá

Hiligaynon

To watch, guard, see to, pay attention to, supervise, attend to, as mothers to their children, shepherds to their flocks, hosts to their visitors, etc. Ang bakéro nagaalingá sang mga karabáw. The cowherd is tending the buffaloes. Alingahá ang ímo mga bátà. Look after your children. Indì akó makahalín, kay nagaalingá akó sang akón mga bisíta. I cannot get away, because I have to attend to my visitors. Ialingá akó ánay sang ákon mga eskuéla. Kindly watch my pupils or my classroom for a while. (see bántay, libáng, alimá).


amág

Hiligaynon

To be attracted by, to be drawn towards. Ang mga ragárága nagaamág sang sugâ. The insect "ragaraga" seeks the light or is drawn towards the light. Ang bátà nagaamág sa íya ilóy. The child clings to-, desires to be with-, its mother. Paamagí ang idô sing kárne. Attach the dog to you by giving him some meat. Iníng dólse iamág (ipaamág) ko sa bátà. These sweets I'll use to draw the child towards me. Ang pamulákan ginaamagán sang mga alibángbang. The flower-garden allures the butterflies. Iníng táo nagaamág lang sang kinaíya, dílî sang kaayóhan sang bánwa. This man is working for his own profit, not for the good of the town.


ármas

Hiligaynon

(Sp. arma) Weapon, arms. (see hinganíban).


awát

Hiligaynon

Occupation, business, engagement, work, anything that detains; to keep busy or engaged, to hinder from doing or attending to something else. May awát akó. I have some task to perform, some work in hand (and, consequently, I beg to be excused). Ginawát akó níya. He kept me occupied, hindered me from attending to something else. Dî mo akó pagawatón. Don't hinder or interrupt me. Iníng trabáho iawát ko sa ímo. I'll give you this work as an interruption to your present engagement. Awatí sing malíp-ot nga tión ang ímong buluhatón. Interrupt for a moment your present occupation. Allow your time to be encroached upon for a while. Awát man lang inâ. That was only an interruption, was of no avail, to no purpose, was a complete failure. Indì ka magkádto dídto, kay awát man lang ang ímo pagkádto. Don't go there, for your going there will be only a waste of time. (see kaawátan, mainawáton, libáng).


banál

Hiligaynon

To lift up and fling down, to take or raise up and throw to the ground, to take hold of and hurl to the floor. Ibanál mo siá sa kalóg. Take hold of him and fling him into the ditch. Sa dakû nga kaákig ginbanál níya si Fuláno sa salúg. In great exasperation he seized N.N. and threw him to the floor. Iníng búhò amó ang ginbanalán (binanalán) níya sa kay Fuláno. This is the hole into which he flung N.N. (see pilák, habóy, tulúd, tíklod).


banát-bánat

Hiligaynon

(B) To take physical exercise, to set one's limbs in motion. Ibanátbánat ang láwas mo. Exercise your body. Banátbanáta ang láwas kag kaugatán mo. Give exercise to your body and muscles. Ang táo nga walâ pagbanátbánat magabalatián sa madalî. A man that does not take any physical exercise will soon fall sick. (see bayátbáyat id.).


bangál

Hiligaynon

A handful; to take a handful, eat by handfuls. Ibangál ang kán-on. Eat the rice by handfuls. Bangalí (bangalá) ang bábà níya sing kán-on. Put a handful of rice into his mouth. (see hamál, dapál).


bángbang

Hiligaynon

To widen by digging, to dig away earth, etc. Bangbangán mo ang lúblub, agúd magsángkad ang dálan. Widen the hollow or narrow passage by digging, in order that the road may become broader. Ginbangbangán níla ang búhò, kay makitíd. They widened the hole in the ground, for it was too narrow. Ibángbang iníng tagád sa pángpang sang subâ. Make use of this iron-pointed dibble to dig away the earth from the river-bank. Ipabángbang iníng búhò. Get this hole widened. Ang mga kaminéro nagabángbang sang bakólod sa higád sang dálan. The road-menders are digging away the side of the hill near the road. (see bákhay, káli).


bángday

Hiligaynon

To lie one above or across another in irregular fashion. To place one above or across another. Ibángday iníng halígi sa kawáyan. Lay this post on the bamboo. Bangdayá ang kawáyan kag ang halígi. Lay the bamboo and the post one upon the other. Ayóha ang pagbángday sang gatóng, agúd índì maglunga-óg ang tiníg-ang. Don't lay the fire anyhow, lest the rice should be badly cooked. (see tángday).


bánggad

Hiligaynon

to accustom, to train, practise, break in. Banggará (-adá) ang ákon toréte nga karabáw sa paggúyud sang karósa. Train my young buffalo to draw the sled. Ibánggad akó ánay siníng kabáyo sa pagbútong sang kalésa. Kindly train for me this horse to pull the rig. Nabánggad na siá siníng pangabúdlay. He is now accustomed to, or practised in, this kind of work. (see ánad, nánas, gálit).


bánggì

Hiligaynon

To break or tear off a branch at its juncture with the main stem or tree. Ginbánggì sang mga bátà ang sangá nga iní. This branch was torn off by the children. Dílì nínyo pagbanggián sing sangá iníng káhoy, kay básì maglúmpaw. Don't break off whole branches from this tree; it might wither. Ibánggì akó ánay sináng sangá. Kindly break off that branch for me. (see sánggì id.).


bánggos

Hiligaynon

To rub rather hard with a stone or the like. Ibánggos sa ákon likód iníng bató. Rub my back with this stone. Banggosí akó sang lugúd. Rub me down with the rubbing-stone. Binanggosán níya ang ákon likód sing bukáy. He rubbed my back with a bit of limestone. (see bányos, hílot, kískis-to scrape).


bángil

Hiligaynon

To prop, support, put in, or under, something a prop or wedge of wood, stone, etc. in order to heighten, tighten or steady things. Bangíli ang tiíl (kahíg) sang lamésa, agád magtádlong. Prop up the foot of the table, that it may stand straight. Ibángil ko iníng káhoy sa lamésa. I'll prop up the table with this piece of wood, (in order to steady it, raise it on one side). Dílì mo pagbangílan ang aparadór sing isá ka bangíl nga madámol, ang isá ka manipís túman na. Don't put a thick wedge under the cupboard; a thin one is quite sufficient. (see písak, piíl-wedge).


bángot

Hiligaynon

To tie, bind, lash, fasten with a rope or string. Ibángot ang karabáw sa halígi sing serádo. Tie the buffalo close to the post. Bángti (bangóti) ang halígi sang kabáyo. Tie the horse to the post. Ibángot akó sang karabáw sa halígi. Please tie the buffalo to the post for me. Ang karabáw nga nabángot sa búgsok nakabúhì. The buffalo that was tied to the stake got loose. (see higót).


bángrus

Hiligaynon

To rub, knead, massage. Ibángrus akó ánay sang ákon likód. Kindly rub my back. (see bánggos).


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