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ídas

Hiligaynon

Row, line, file, range, rank, tier; to line up, stand in file, form a regular line or row. Idas-or-magídas kamó. Stand in line. Idáson mo silá. Put them in line. Paidáson mo silá. Make them form a line. Idásan mo iníng dútà sang ímo arádo sing makapúlò, kay támnan ko sing kamóti. Make ten straight furrows in this piece of ground, for I am going to plant some sweet-potatoes there.



ídas

Hiligaynon

Row, line, file, range, rank, tier; to line up, stand in file, form a regular line or row. Idas-or-magídas kamó. Stand in line. Idáson mo silá. Put them in line. Paidáson mo silá. Make them form a line. Idásan mo iníng dútà sang ímo arádo sing makapúlò, kay támnan ko sing kamóti. Make ten straight furrows in this piece of ground, for I am going to plant some sweet-potatoes there.


andána

Hiligaynon

(Sp. andana) File, line, row, tier; to walk in file or line. Ang mga soldádo nagaandána. The soldiers walk in file. Paandanáha silá. Make them, or let them, march in line. (see ídas, kóro).


dás-og

Hiligaynon

To impel, push, poke, shove, thrust, crowd, wedge, squeeze. Gindás-og akó níya sa díngding. He squeezed me against the wall. Idás-og lang sa higád ang mga panápton nga mahígkò. Shove the soiled clothes into the corner. Dasogí lang ang kátre sang mga ulúnan. Just poke the pillows into the bed. (see dís-og).


dáyday

Hiligaynon

To form-, follow-, keep-, in line, stand-in a row,-in file,-in rank, walk in Indian file. Nagadáyday ang mga táo sa prosesyón. The people in the procession are keeping in line. Daydayá ang mga bátà. Draw up the children in line. Daydayí ang binít sang dálan sang mga eskwéla. Make the school-children stand in a row at the side of the road. Padaydayá ang mga bátà. Make the children form in line. (see ídas, andána, kóro).


dís-og

Hiligaynon

To push, jostle, shove, etc. See dás-og id. Nagadis-ogánay ang mga bátà sa bánkò. The boys are jostling each other on the bench. (Dis-ogí, idís-og-das-ogí, idás-og).


íras, irás

Hiligaynon

(B) Line, row; furrow. See ídas.


íras, irás

Hiligaynon

(B) Line, row; furrow. See ídas.


kátay

Hiligaynon

File, line, parade, procession; row (of houses); to follow in line, file, line up, parade, walk in Indian file. Pakatáya ang mga táo sa prosesyón. Marshal the people in orderly lines for the procession. Buás, konó, may kátay sang mga salín sang kagúbut. To-morrow, it is said, there will be a parade of the war-veterans. Magkátay kamó. Line up-or-Form in line. (see ídas, kóro).


kóro

Hiligaynon

(Sp. coro) Choir; line, row, tier, file, circle; to form a line or circle, arrange in a line or circle. Magkóro-or-kumóro kamó. Form a line or circle. Koróha ang mga bátà. Form (arrange) the children in line. Make the children stand in line (in a circle). Pakoróha ang mga bátà. Make the children line up. (see andána, ídas).


kúbay

Hiligaynon

To form in line, file or row, line up; line, row, file, tier. Magkúbay or simply kúbay kamó. Form in line. Nagakúbay ang mga baláy sa siníng báryo sa toó kag sa walá sang dálan. The houses in this village form rows (are in rows) to right and left of the road. Kubáya ang mga bumulúthò. Line up the school-children. Pakubáya ang mga bumulúthò. Make the school-children form a line. (see ídas, kóro).


píla

Hiligaynon

(Sp. fila) Line, row, tier; to stand in a line or row. Nagapíla ang mga soldádo. The soldiers are standing in line. (see ídas, kátay).


taríya

Hiligaynon

(Probably from the Sp. tajea, atarjea) Row, line, furrow, channel. Isá ka taríya sang arádo (dáro). One furrow of the plough. (see ídas).


pidáso

Hiligaynon

(Sp. pedazo) Piece, bit, fragment, part, shard, sherd. (see báhin).


íkit

Hiligaynon

Condition of being dense, compact; close or near together, crowded; to be close or near together, dense, compact, with little space between. Nagaíkit ang humáy sa ákon umá. The rice on my field is growing thick. Indì nínyo pagikíton ang pagtanúm sing lubí. Do not plant the coconuts too close together. Naikítan akó sináng mga lubí. It seems to me that those coconuts are crowded. Magídas kamó sing íkit, dílì sing lakâ. Stand in a row close together, not far apart. (see garót, gutúk).


íkit

Hiligaynon

Condition of being dense, compact; close or near together, crowded; to be close or near together, dense, compact, with little space between. Nagaíkit ang humáy sa ákon umá. The rice on my field is growing thick. Indì nínyo pagikíton ang pagtanúm sing lubí. Do not plant the coconuts too close together. Naikítan akó sináng mga lubí. It seems to me that those coconuts are crowded. Magídas kamó sing íkit, dílì sing lakâ. Stand in a row close together, not far apart. (see garót, gutúk).


salbabída

Hiligaynon

(Sp. salvavidas) Life-preserver, life-belt, life-buoy. (see gabayán).


tróso

Hiligaynon

(Sp. trozo) Chunk, chump, piece, bit, fragment, log, block, a rather short and thick piece of anything. (see pidáso, báhin, bílog, tablón, dúngkul, lipák, biníklan).