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íkog

Hiligaynon

Tail; to put on a tail. Ikógi siá sa báyò níya. Put a tail to his jacket. Ginikógan níla ang idôídò. They put a tail on the toy-dog.



íkog

Hiligaynon

Tail; to put on a tail. Ikógi siá sa báyò níya. Put a tail to his jacket. Ginikógan níla ang idôídò. They put a tail on the toy-dog.


gólob

Hiligaynon

(H) To cut, trim, crop, clip, dock, lop, shear (hair, grass, a hedge or the like). Golóba sang gúnting ang bohók sang bátà, kay nagagáway sa íya ágtang. Trim with a pair of scissors the child's hair, for it hangs down over its forehead. Golóbi siá sang íya bohók. Clip his hair. Igólob sa kógon iníng gúnting, kay nagalabáw sa balisbísan sang atóp. Use this pair of shears to cut off the cogon-grass, because it sticks out beyond the eaves of the roof. Maálam ka maggólob sang íkog sang idô? Do you know how to dock a dog's tail? Pagolóbi ang kabáyo sang íya bungáybúngay. Have the horse's mane cropped.


gúnut

Hiligaynon

To pull or draw out with a jerk, to jerk out, tug or tear at, extract, pluck-, pick-, wrench-, out. Gunúta ang pintál sa ganháan. Shoot back the door-bolt. Gunúti akó sang kapulúngan sa estánte, kay may kinahánglan akó sa madalî. Get me the dictionary from the book-stand, for I need it at once. Igúnut akó sang íkog sang haló sa búhò. Please pull the tail of the iguana that is in the hole. Indì akó makagúnut sang hunúshúnus sang aparadór, kay maáwot. I cannot pull out the drawer of the cupboard, for it is stuck fast. (see hábnus, húnus, tábnus, bíngkas, hosô).


ikóg-íkog

Hiligaynon

Dim. of íkog. A small tail, anything resembling a tail.


ikóg-íkog

Hiligaynon

Dim. of íkog. A small tail, anything resembling a tail.


kímpul

Hiligaynon

Mutilated, maimed, having parts, ends, corners or edges broken or cut off; to break off ends, etc., to mutilate or become mutilated, to dock. Nagkímpul ang íya túdlò. His finger is mutilated. Kimpulá ang íkog sang idô. Dock the dog's tail. Kimpulí ang manók sang íya íkog, agúd makilála nga áton. Cut off part of the cock's tail, so that it may be recognized as ours. (see kúmpul).


kipóy

Hiligaynon

Maimed, mutilated, docked, having a part cut off or shortened as feathers, hair, tails, arms, legs or the like; to be or become maimed; to maim, cut off a piece, etc. Kipoyá ang íkog sang manók. Cut off part of the cock's tail. (see kímpul).


kóg-ong

Hiligaynon

To tie up short, put near, fasten with a short tether. Ikóg-ong ang karabáw sa káhoy. Fasten the buffalo to the tree with a short rope.


ólo

Hiligaynon

Head, head-piece, pate, noddle, brain-box, brain-pan, sconce, upper story, intellect; master, ruler, director, manager. Ginatágò níya ang íya ólo, ápang ang íya íkog nagamurá. He hides his head, but his tail appears. (Literally said of an iguana, but often applied to people who try to hide their doings, but who are found out). Walâ sing útbong kag walâ sing ólo. Neither head nor tail. Maáyo siá sing ólo. He has a good head i.e. he is very intelligent. (see pangólo).


ólo

Hiligaynon

Head, head-piece, pate, noddle, brain-box, brain-pan, sconce, upper story, intellect; master, ruler, director, manager. Ginatágò níya ang íya ólo, ápang ang íya íkog nagamurá. He hides his head, but his tail appears. (Literally said of an iguana, but often applied to people who try to hide their doings, but who are found out). Walâ sing útbong kag walâ sing ólo. Neither head nor tail. Maáyo siá sing ólo. He has a good head i.e. he is very intelligent. (see pangólo).


panágò

Hiligaynon

Freq. of tágò. To hide, conceal, abscond, hide oneself. Daw haló ikáw nga nagapanágò sang úlo kag nagapagitíb (or nagapamurâ) sang íkog. You are like an iguana that hides its head and shows its tail. Nanágò silá. They hid themselves. Amó iní ang pinanagóan-or-panagóan sang mga buyóng. This was the robbers' hiding place.


To wag the tail, etc. Freq. of íkog-tail.


Dim. and Freq. of píri. Nagapirípíri pa ang inútud nga íkog sang tagútò. The broken-off tail of the lizard is still wriggling.


rábo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. rabo) Tail (see íkog).


tabíd

Hiligaynon

To tie-, fasten-, bind-, secure-, attach-, lash-, to, connect with. Natabirán ang manók sing buláng sa íya tahúd. The cock has a knife fastened to his spur. Ang íkog sang kabáyo gintabirán sang mga bátà sing láta. The boys tied a tin to the horse's tail. Itabíd iní sa sídsid sang ímo báyò. Attach this to the hem of your jacket. Tabirí ang íya kálò sing mga bulákbúlak. Bind some flowers (flowery decorations) on his hat.


taplík-táplik

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of táplik. To wag, move to and fro, move up and down, shake, sway, vibrate, oscillate. Ang idô nagataplíktáplik sang íya íkog. The dog is wagging its tail. Ang kalát nga inogbágting sang linggánay ginataplíktáplik sang hángin. The bell-rope is swinging (swaying) to and fro in the wind. (see paládpad, hulághúlag).


táplik, taplík

Hiligaynon

A flick, jerk, a quick light stroke; to flick, jerk, beat, strike, whip (with a quick light stroke). Taplikí siá sang ímo kamót, kalát, pányò, etc. Flick him (Give him a flick) with the hand, rope, handkerchief, etc. Tinaplikán akó sing lúnang sang íkog sang karabaw. The buffalo flicked mud over me with its tail. Itáplik sa íya ang ímo mga túdlò. Snap your fingers at him. (see wáslik, tápdas, háplik).


híkog

Hiligaynon

To hang oneself, commit suicide, (by hanging, shooting, etc.). Naghíkog (nanghíkog) si Hudás. Judas hanged himself. Sa karón nga mga túig nagadúgang ang hinikogáy. At present suicide is on the increase.


ikógan

Hiligaynon

Long-tailed, having a long tail.


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