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írab

Hiligaynon

To scorch, etc. See ílab, sílab.



írab

Hiligaynon

To scorch, etc. See ílab, sílab.


sírab

Hiligaynon

(B) To scorch, singe, roast. (see ílab, írab, sílab).


hírab

Hiligaynon

(B) To exhaust, weaken through hunger, etc. See hílab.


hirábong

Hiligaynon

Dense, affording shade, shady, etc. See hilábong. Also: Screen, cover; supernumerary, substitute, stop-gap, filling a vacancy or just increasing the number of. Siá amó ang isá sang mga manugkánta nga hirábong lang. He is only a supernumerary of the (regular) singers. Iníng mga daándaán nga hénero ibutáng mo lang nga hirábong sa kílid sang altár. Use these old cloths as a cover for the sides of the altar.


kiráb

Hiligaynon

To flash, emit a flash or spark of light; a flash or spark. Ang kilát nagakiráb. The lightning flashes. Sang pagtupâ sang wásay sa bató nagkiráb ang kaláyo. When the hatchet hit the stone, it struck fire from it. Pakirabá ang isá ka asúgi. Strike a match. Nakítà ko ang kiráb sang sugâ. I saw the flash of the light.


kiráb-kógon

Hiligaynon

A sudden flame or light, spark, flash, flare-up; transient, transitory, momentary, ephemeral, not lasting or enduring, passing quickly, soon over, (as the burning of cogon-grass).


kirabón

Hiligaynon

Spark, flash, sudden flame or light; sparking, flashing, as lightning, a gun, a flash-light, etc.


sirabó

Hiligaynon

(B) To stand erect, stand on end. Nagasirabó ang búlbul kang báka, hay ginaramigán. (Nagapanilabó, (nagasilabó, nagapalaníndog) ang balahíbo sang báka, kay ginatugnawán). The cow's hair is standing on end, because it is feeling cold. (see silabó, tinggarô).


tirabusón

Hiligaynon

(Sp. tirabuzón) Corkscrew.


entráda

Hiligaynon

(Sp. entrada) Entrance, opening; entrée, entrance-fee, admission. Walâ gid sing entráda iníng babáye. This woman is above reproach. This woman does not admit undesirable visitors.


entráda

Hiligaynon

(Sp. entrada) Entrance, opening; entrée, entrance-fee, admission. Walâ gid sing entráda iníng babáye. This woman is above reproach. This woman does not admit undesirable visitors.


hálwos

Hiligaynon

(B) To have a sinking sensation due to hunger or exhaustion, feel hungry, exhausted, famished. Nagahálwos ang solóksolók ko. My stomach is empty. (I feel hungry). Nahalwosán akó. I am famished. Nagahálwos ang ginháwa ko kon magdúmdum akó sang ákon bátà dídto, kay básì kon anó ang matabû sa íya. It makes my flesh creep to think of my child there, for something might happen to him (her). (see halús, hílab, hírab).


hápyot

Hiligaynon

To be famished, weak, hungry, have an empty stomach. Nagahápyot ang ákon solóksolók. I am famished-or-My stomach is empty. Nahapyotán siá. He became exhausted from want of food. (see sápyot, hálwos, hílab, hírab).


hílab

Hiligaynon

(H) To have an empty stomach, feel a sinking sensation in the stomach on account of hunger, fear, excitement or shock. Nagahílab ang ginháwa ko; or: ginahilában akó sa lakás nga kagútum. I am weak from hunger, (my stomach feels quite empty, I am exhausted). Magkáon kamó ánay sing maáyo, agúd índì kamó mahilában sa dálan. Eat well that you may not become exhausted on the way. (see hírab id.; hawáhawá).


hilinguhaón

Hiligaynon

(H) Efforts, endeavour, desire, aspiration; worthy an effort, desirable, worthy to be striven for. (see kúhà, tingúhà).


ílab

Hiligaynon

(H) To scorch, roast over a fire, toast, burn superficially. Ilába lang ang maís sa pagbóog, agúd áton makáon sa madalî. Just toast the corn, when you roast it, so that we may be able to eat it soon. Indì mo pagilábon ang kárne, kóndì bóg-on mo sa bága. Do not simply scorch the meat in a flame, but roast it over glowing coals. (see sílab, sírab).


ílab

Hiligaynon

(H) To scorch, roast over a fire, toast, burn superficially. Ilába lang ang maís sa pagbóog, agúd áton makáon sa madalî. Just toast the corn, when you roast it, so that we may be able to eat it soon. Indì mo pagilábon ang kárne, kóndì bóg-on mo sa bága. Do not simply scorch the meat in a flame, but roast it over glowing coals. (see sílab, sírab).


kahaurungán

Hiligaynon

Amazement, awe, astonishment, surprise, wonder, admiration; things that amaze or astound, marvellous, amazing, astonishing, astounding, wonderful, wondrous, admirable, awful. (see urúng).


(H) Things to be-cherished,-desired,-regretted (when lost); desirable, lovely, highly praised or esteemed; regrettable. (see hílak, makahihílak, makahilílak).


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