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úgsad

Hiligaynon

To step on the first or lowest rung of a ladder or on the first stair of a staircase; full-moon; to be full-moon i.e. applied to the moon: it makes its first step in its ascent towards the zenith (the horizon on which the full-moon rises being considered its first step. (see paugsarón, himatayón, latî).



úgsad

Hiligaynon

To step on the first or lowest rung of a ladder or on the first stair of a staircase; full-moon; to be full-moon i.e. applied to the moon: it makes its first step in its ascent towards the zenith (the horizon on which the full-moon rises being considered its first step. (see paugsarón, himatayón, latî).


latî

Hiligaynon

The moon-sickle on the three days before and after new moon; to be near new-moon. Nagalatî na ang búlan. It is now the end of the last or the beginning of the first quarter of the moon. May latî na. There is a new moon. (see búlan, paugsarón, úgsad, pahimatayón).


paugsarón

Hiligaynon

Crescent moon, waxing moon. (see aláag, úgsad-full moon; himatayón-waning moon; latî-new moon, first quarter of the moon.


síga

Hiligaynon

Light, brightness; to shine, give light. Nagasíga ang sugâ. The lamp gives light. The lamp shines brightly. Nasigáhan kamí sang úgsad nga búlan. The full moon gave us light (shone upon us, shed its light upon us).


ugsarán

Hiligaynon

(H) The first stair of a staircase, the first round or rung of a ladder. (see úgsad).


ugsarán

Hiligaynon

(H) The first stair of a staircase, the first round or rung of a ladder. (see úgsad).


lúgsad

Hiligaynon

See lúsad-to dismount, disembark, etc.