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bató

Hiligaynon

Stone, rock; to stone. Batohá ang idô. Throw a stone at the dog. Ginbató (binató) níya silá, ang baláy, etc. He stoned-them,-the house, etc. Kon índì ka maálam magísip batoán (batohán) mo lang. If you don't know how to count, use stones for the purpose. Kuhái ang dálan sináng mga bató. Take those stones off the road. Iníng dútà madámù sing bató. This is stony soil-or-there are many stones on this land. Bató nga maídlak (batóngmaídlak). A precious stone, diamond. (see dakál-dákal-gravel; balás-sand).



dîmasábi

Hiligaynon

Unknown and unknowable, inexplicable, unfathomable; innumerable. (dî, sábi; dîmasáysay, dîmatúngkad, dîmaísip).


dingótnon

Hiligaynon

Selfish, egoistic, covetous, miserly, stingy. (see dingót, maímot, maínot, maísip).


haláwhaw

Hiligaynon

To marvel, wonder, be amazed, astonished, spell-bound, stunned dumb-founded, staggered, surprised. Nagahaláwhaw akó sang kadámù sang íya nga kináon. I was amazed at the large amount of food he took. Ginahalawhawán níya ang kadakû kag katahúm sang baláy. He is astonished at the size and beauty of the house. Kon makítà mo ang simbáhan ni San Pédro sa Róma pagahalawhawán mo gid ang dìmaísip nga mga kamahálan sa sulúd sinâ. If you see Saint Peter's Church at Rome you will marvel at the innumerable precious things there. (see búlung, tingála).


kahangúl

Hiligaynon

Closefistedness, stinginess, niggardliness, sordidness, selfishness, meanness, greed. (hangúl). (see kahákug, kaísip, kaabáng, kakágud, kaímot).


kitár

Hiligaynon

(Sp. quitar) To remove, take away, separate, put aside. Sang pagísip níla sang mga ságing nga íla baláklon ginkitár níla ang mga sinipî nga magágmay. When they counted the bananas they were going to buy, they put the small clusters apart. (see kúhà, bulág, báhin).


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