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úmpaw

Hiligaynon

To restore to one's senses or to health, recover, rally, revive, pull through, resuscitate, bring round, regain consciousness, come-round,-to oneself,-to. Naumpawán na siá. He has come to his senses. He has recovered consciousness. Kabáy pa nga maumpawán pa siá! God grant that he may recover! Ang amó nga bulúng nagpaúmpaw sa íya. That medicine restored him (to consciousness).



úmpaw

Hiligaynon

To restore to one's senses or to health, recover, rally, revive, pull through, resuscitate, bring round, regain consciousness, come-round,-to oneself,-to. Naumpawán na siá. He has come to his senses. He has recovered consciousness. Kabáy pa nga maumpawán pa siá! God grant that he may recover! Ang amó nga bulúng nagpaúmpaw sa íya. That medicine restored him (to consciousness).


hiripáw

Hiligaynon

(B) To relieve, console, cheer up, gladden. Ang sulát sang íya anák nagpahiripáw sa íya. Her son's letter gladdened her. Nahiripawán siá sang íya ginháwa tungúd sang amó nga sulát. That letter cheered her up. (see lípay, úmpaw).


paúmpaw

Hiligaynon

Caus. of úmpaw. To restore to consciousness, etc.; a remedy or medicine used for restoring to consciousness persons in a swoon, collapse, fit of epilepsy, etc. May paúmpaw (inogpaúmpaw) ikáw? Have you got a restorative? (see paulîulî).


lúmpaw

Hiligaynon

To wither, fade; faded, withered; state of being withered. Naglúmpaw ang búlak, dáhon, káhoy, etc. The flower, leaf, tree, etc. withered. Nalumpawán akó sing limá ka púnò nga kakáw nga ákon tinanúm. Five cacao plants I put into the soil withered. Ayáw pagbunyagí iníng mga tanúm, palumpawá lang. Don't take the trouble to water these plants, simply let them wither. (see láyà, layâ, layóng).


bánggì

Hiligaynon

To break or tear off a branch at its juncture with the main stem or tree. Ginbánggì sang mga bátà ang sangá nga iní. This branch was torn off by the children. Dílì nínyo pagbanggián sing sangá iníng káhoy, kay básì maglúmpaw. Don't break off whole branches from this tree; it might wither. Ibánggì akó ánay sináng sangá. Kindly break off that branch for me. (see sánggì id.).


húbol, huból

Hiligaynon

Feeble, weak, enervated, debilitated, lacking strength or vigour, dull, unable to resist fatigue or physical exertion; to be or become feeble, etc. Kútub nga naumpawán siá sa balatían naghúbol siá nga sádto ánay mabákas sa tanán nga mga bágay. Since he recovered from sickness, he who before was able to work hard at any task, has become unfit for work. (see hábul, pígaw, lúya).


kabáy

Hiligaynon

An exclamation denoting a wish or longing. Would to God! Oh, that it were so! Kabáy pa, nga kaloóyan kitá sang Mahál nga Diós! May God have mercy on us! Básì pa lang nga maumpawán ang masakít; kabáy pa! Perhaps the sick person may yet recover; may it be so! Kabáy pa! Amen! Pangabáy-to wish, desire. N.B. "kabáy" at times also has the meaning of "perhaps, perchance, may be" e.g. Indì kabáy siá magabút? Perhaps he will not come?


kúntà

Hiligaynon

(H) A particle implying a possibility, hope, wish or desire for the future and regret for the past: Would, should, maybe, perhaps, peradventure, likely; it would be, it were, would to God that, let us hope; it would have been, might have been, etc. Maáyo kúntà kon-. It were well if--. Maumpawán pa man siá kúntà. He may recover yet; let us hope that he will recover. Maáyo kúntà kon amó inâ, ápang--. Dápat kúntà nga amó inâ, ápang--Would to God it were so, but--. Ay, matahúm gid kúntà kon ímo nabúhat inâ sádto ánay, ápang ánhon mo karón, kay walâ mo pagbuháta? Oh, it would have been so nice if you had done that in the past, but what can you do now, as you have not done it then? Malúyag akó kúntà magtámbong dídto. I would like to be present there. (see kuntánì, úntà, untánì, ráad, dáad).


lábay

Hiligaynon

To girdle-, ringbark-, a tree. Labáya ang páhò, agúd maglúmpaw. Ringbark the mango tree so that it may wither.


layók

Hiligaynon

(B) To fade, wither, die out, parch, burn. Nagalayók ang tinanúm ko nga mga búlak. The flowers I planted have withered. Nalayokán akó sa karón nga túig sing madámù nga maís. This year a great deal of my corn was parched. Kon magdáyon ang ínit nga walâ sing ulán madámù nga tanúm ang magalayók. If the heat continues without rain, many plants will die. (see láyà, lúmpaw, layóng).


lúpaw

Hiligaynon

To wither, etc. See lúmpaw.


palanglúpaw

Hiligaynon

To wither, fade, decline, droop, languish, grow thin and weak, waste away. Nagapalanglúpaw na siá. He is wasting away. Nagpalanglúpaw na ang íya láwas, kay tigúlang na man siá. He has grown thin and weak, for he is quite old. (see lúpaw, lúmpaw).


pípì, pîpî

Hiligaynon

To strike with a flat instrument, to hammer; beat, slap with the hand repeatedly or in quick succession (especially in connection with massaging); to shampoo, clean the hair and scalp with a hair-wash; to prepare a hair-wash from the salangkógi-bark, or the like, by hammering (beating, crushing) the bark and dissolving its juice in water; to use or apply such a hair-wash. Pipíi (Pîpií) akó sing hinakí. Prepare a hair-wash for me. Pápà ka sing hinakí nga ipípì (ipîpî) sa ákon bohók. Beat out some bark (Prepare a hairwash) for cleaning my hair. Pipíi (Pîpií) ang ákon bohók sing hinakí. Pour some hair-wash over my hair. Pinipían (Pinîpián) níla ang bútkon ni Fuláno sa pagpaúmpaw sa íya. They slapped N.N.'s arm in order to bring him to. (see pápà, pâpâ).


tulústus

Hiligaynon

(H) To rub, knead, massage the body of a person in a swoon, or the like. Walâ siá maumpawí kon walâ pagtulustusá sang mga umalági dídto. He would not have regained consciousness, if he had not been massaged (rubbed) by the passers-by. (see tóstos, hílot).