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ímol

Hiligaynon

Poor, pauper, without wealth; to be or become poor, indigent, penniless, penurious, destitute, pinched, straitened. Imol siá. He is poor. Nagímol siá. He became poor. Naimólan gid akó sa íya. He seems to me to be very poor. Ginpaímol siá sang Mahál nga Diós, kay bugalón siá sádto ánay. God deprived him of his worldly goods, because he used to be so proud. Indì ka magpakaímol. Don't pretend to be poor. Imol siá, konó, ápang sang pagdúaw ko sa íya walâ gid akó pagimóli sang íya baláy. They say he is poor, but when I visited him his house did not appear to me to be poor. (see dungúl, póbre).



ímol

Hiligaynon

Poor, pauper, without wealth; to be or become poor, indigent, penniless, penurious, destitute, pinched, straitened. Imol siá. He is poor. Nagímol siá. He became poor. Naimólan gid akó sa íya. He seems to me to be very poor. Ginpaímol siá sang Mahál nga Diós, kay bugalón siá sádto ánay. God deprived him of his worldly goods, because he used to be so proud. Indì ka magpakaímol. Don't pretend to be poor. Imol siá, konó, ápang sang pagdúaw ko sa íya walâ gid akó pagimóli sang íya baláy. They say he is poor, but when I visited him his house did not appear to me to be poor. (see dungúl, póbre).


ayóp

Hiligaynon

One under the care and protection of another, a ward, protegé, one who is given shelter and protection; to seek refuge, look for shelter and protection, seek an asylum, etc., as orphans, or the like. Ayóp níla siá. He is their ward, protegé. Ang mga ímol nagaayóp sa mga manggaránon. The poor look for help to the rich. Paáypa (paayopá) akó, kon mga saráng. Grant me shelter and protection, if possible. Ipaayóp ko sa íya iníng makaloló-oy nga táo. I will give this poor man into his care. Yádtong ílo nga bátà nga ginpaayóp níya ginbílang níya nga sumúod nga anák níya. That orphan boy, whom he had taken pity upon, he treated as if he were his own son. (see aláypan, dangúp).


dungúl

Hiligaynon

Very poor, pauper, indigent, destitute, penniless, needy, necessitous, distressed, straitened, pinched, penurious; to be or become very poor, suffer great privations, etc. Dungúl siá nga táo, kay abátabát gid lámang kag kamús-kamús ang íya pagkáon. He is very poor, for he really lives only from hand to mouth. (N.B. Dungúl supposes a greater degree of poverty than either ímol or póbre).


gútum

Hiligaynon

Hunger, starvation, famine, want-, dearth-, scarcity-, of food; to cause hunger, etc. Ginagútum akó. I am hungry. Pagagútmon ka gid sa dálan kon magkádto ka sa malayô. You will certainly get hungry on the road, if you go far. Ang pagpangabúdlay nagpagútum sa íya. The work made him hungry. Ginapagútman níya ang íya kabáyo. He is keeping his horse on a hunger-diet. Kon sa pílak ímol silá, matúod, ápang kon sa pagkáon maáyo ang íla kahimtángan, kay walâ silá sing gútum. They are poor in money, that is true, but as regards food they are well off and there is no famine amongst them. Kon amó ang baláy nga ímo ginadayónan índì ka gid magútum, kay mainamomáhon silá kaáyo. If you stay at that house you will surely not go hungry, for they are very hospitable.


hingán

Hiligaynon

Of some use, rather useful or important, satisfactory; to be of some use or importance, be rather well off. Walâ man hingán ang ákon pagkádto dídto, kay walâ ko siá maabúti. My going there was of no use, for I did not see him (find him at home). Walâ gid hingán ang pagdalî ko, kay naulanán man akó. My hurry was of no avail, for I was caught in the rain all the same. Sádto ánay ímol gid siá, ápang karón naghingán na ang íya pagkabutáng. He used to be very poor, but now he is rather well off, (has quite a little property). (see águd, pulús).


hungóy-hungóy

Hiligaynon

Poor, miserable, wretched, penniless. (see makalolóoy, ímol, dungúl).


ímot

Hiligaynon

(B) Parsimony, stint, niggardliness, stinginess; to be or become stingy, niggardly, close, parsimonious, mean, miserly. Indì ka magímot sa mga ímol. Don't be stingy toward the poor. Imóti (ímti) ang ímo pagkáon. Take little food, eat very sparingly. Ginaimótan akó sang ákon agálon. My master stints me. Naimótan akó siníng táo. I consider this man a miser. (see dingót, ínot).


ímot

Hiligaynon

(B) Parsimony, stint, niggardliness, stinginess; to be or become stingy, niggardly, close, parsimonious, mean, miserly. Indì ka magímot sa mga ímol. Don't be stingy toward the poor. Imóti (ímti) ang ímo pagkáon. Take little food, eat very sparingly. Ginaimótan akó sang ákon agálon. My master stints me. Naimótan akó siníng táo. I consider this man a miser. (see dingót, ínot).


ipó-ipó

Hiligaynon

Very poor, miserable, indigent. (see ímol, makaloló-oy).


ipó-ipó

Hiligaynon

Very poor, miserable, indigent. (see ímol, makaloló-oy).


kaímol

Hiligaynon

Poverty, penury, want, destitution, deficiency, indigence. (ímol).


limólimó

Hiligaynon

To treat harshly, unjustly or oppressively, to oppress. Sing masamí ang mga ímol ginalimólimó sang mga manggaránon. Often the poor are harshly treated by the rich. Indì mo paglimólimohón ang ímo sologoón. Don't deal unjustly with your servant. (see pígus).


lúpig

Hiligaynon

To oppress, treat unjustly, pay small wages and exact much work, keep under the thumb; oppressed, subject to, unfree, in bondage to, in the clutches of, domineered, bullied. Indì mo paglupígon ang mga ímol. Do not oppress the poor. Ginalúpig níya ang íya mga mamumugón. He is treating his workmen harshly or unjustly. Ang mga ímol sing masamí lúpig sang mga manggaránon. The poor are often subject to oppression by the rich.


makailímol

Hiligaynon

(H) Impoverishing, reducing-, leading-, to poverty. (see ímol).


makilímos

Hiligaynon

Beggar, mendicant, poor fellow. (see limós, póbre, próbe, ímol).


músmus

Hiligaynon

Ruin, bankruptcy, impoverishment; to ruin, impoverish, bankrupt, beggar; to be impoverished, ruined, bankrupt, beggared, reduced to indigence or misery, to become poor or miserable. Namúsmus (nagkamúsmus) siá. He was ruined. He became poor (miserable). Ginmúsmus siá sang Mahál nga Diós. God made him poor. God sent him poverty (as a trial or punishment). Kon índì mo pagduláon ang ímo mga batásan nga buhahâ mamúsmus ka gid sa olíhi. Unless you give up your extravagant habits you will finally-be reduced to indigence,-be brought low,-be ruined or bankrupt. (see ímol, púto, dungúl, lisúd).


pálhì, pálhi

Hiligaynon

Shunned, to be avoided, neglected, kept away from; to shun, avoid, neglect, ignore, eschew, have nothing to do with, keep away from, steer clear of. Pálhì nga lugár. A place to be avoided. A place it is inadvisable to go to. Dílì mo pagpalhión ang mga ímol. Do not shrink from (shun, keep aloof from) the poor. Ginapálhì níla yanáng táo. They pay no attention to that man. They ignore, despise that man. (see dílì, dumílì, ahíg-ahíg, ihíg-ihíg, síkway, pahámak, támay).


pasándig

Hiligaynon

To lean or let lean against, rest against, lean or rely upon, hold or support oneself by. Ipasándig ang kawáyan sa díngding. Lean the bamboo against the wall. Pasandigá ang masakít sa ulúnan. Let the sick man lean against the pillow. Ipasándig mo ang pagsúgid sang ímo mga salâ sa mga sógò sang Diós. In telling your sins follow the order of the commandments of God. Ang mga ímol nagapasándig sang íla pagláum sa kaló-oy sang Diós kag sang íla isigkatáo. The poor have their hope set on (lean, rest their hope upon) the mercy of God and of their fellowmen. (see sándig).


póbre

Hiligaynon

(Sp. pobre) Poor, indigent, pauper, beggar, mendicant; miserable, pitiable. (see próbe, ímol, makalolóoy, makilímos, dungúl).


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