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únhan

Hiligaynon

Before, in front of, ahead of, farther on. Sa, únhan. Farther ahead. Farther on in the direction one is looking or walking. (see úna, uná, unahán).



únhan

Hiligaynon

Before, in front of, ahead of, farther on. Sa, únhan. Farther ahead. Farther on in the direction one is looking or walking. (see úna, uná, unahán).


bántay

Hiligaynon

Watch, guard, observer; to watch, guard, observe, supervise, take care of, look after, keep an eye on. Bantayí ang ákon baláy. Guard my house. Take good care of my house. Bantayán mo lang akó dídto sa únhan. Just keep on the look-out for me there further ahead. Binantayán níya ang íla mga gího. He observed, watched their movements. Ibántay akó dídto sang ákon karabáw, maís, humáy, etc. Watch for me there my buffalo, maize, rice, etc. Manugbántay siá sang mga háyop, sang mga karnéro, etc. He is a herdsman or cowherd, a shepherd, etc. Anhél nga manugbántay. Guardian Angel. (see panílag, tíid, paníid).


galúng

Hiligaynon

(B) Noise, din, uproar, racket, hubbub, hullaballoo, clatter, boisterousness; to make a din, noise, etc. Indì kamó maggalúng. Don't make a noise. Indì akó nínyo paggalungán. Don't disturb me with your noise. Pagalungá lang silá. Let them make a noise. Dálha dídto sa únhan ang mga kánding kag idô, kay ipagalúng sa íla katipúnan. Take the goats and dogs over there to disturb their meeting with the noise. Pagkagalúng sináng mga bátà! How boisterous those boys are! (see gáhud).


lántaw

Hiligaynon

To watch, observe, spy, be on the look-out, keep an eye on, see or notice from afar. Lantawá siá. Watch, him. Observe him. Lantawá ang íla mga gího kag patúga. Watch their movements and plans. Ilántaw mo akó sa íya kag kon magpalapít siá sa áton baláy dapíton mo siá nga magsákà. Please keep him in sight and if he comes near our house invite him to enter. Naglántaw siá sa íya túbtub nga nadúlà sa únhan. He gazed after him till he disappeared in the distance. (see lánaw, lampitáw, gáwa, láaw, panílag).


likô

Hiligaynon

To deviate, turn, deflect, swerve, curve, bend, wind (of roads, etc.). Dídto sa únhan ang dálan nagalikô sa walá. Further on there the road turns to the left. Maglikô ka sa toó. Turn to the right. Likoán mo ang dálan sa walá. Take the road to the left. Turn into the road at the left. (see tikô).


unahán

Hiligaynon

What is in front of, lies ahead, farther on, ahead, beyond. (see únhan).


palíngkod

Hiligaynon

Caus. of língkod-to sit, etc. Palingkorá (-odá) siá dirâ sa únhan. Seat him there in front. Let him sit down there in front.


pihák

Hiligaynon

A half; one part or side of anything cut in two; the other side, the part or side that is-beyond,-behind,-in front,-to the right or left,-opposite. Isá ka pihák. One half. Sa pihák. On the other side. Sa pihák sang búkid. Beyond the mountain. On the other side of the mountain. Diín ka makádto?-Sa pihák. Where are you going to?-(I am going) to the other side. N.B. Here and in similar cases, on account of the various meanings of "pihák", it may be necessary to further question the speaker as to what part or what direction he really alludes to by "pihák". (see tungâ, bangî, tabók, likorán, atubángan, tupád, kílid, únhan, támpad).


tihín

Hiligaynon

To tiptoe, stand or walk on the tips of one's toes. Dî mo pagtihinón ang ímo paglakát. Don't walk on tiptoe. Tihín ka agúd makakítà ka sa únhan. Stand on tiptoe, that you may see farther ahead.


tikád-tíkad

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of tíkad. To make great efforts, struggle or work hard. Nagtilikádtíkad silá sa pagtulúd sang trak sa únhan. They struggled hard to push the truck forward. (see sikád-síkad).


unahán

Hiligaynon

What is in front of, lies ahead, farther on, ahead, beyond. (see únhan).


batúnhan

Hiligaynon

See butánhan, manohán.


pangúnhan

Hiligaynon

To go ahead, lead, be in front, precede; the one in front, what is before or ahead, the forepart. Ang tiíl nga pangúnhan sang báka. The forelegs or front legs of the cow.


paúnhan

Hiligaynon

From paúna.


butánhan

Hiligaynon

A missile thrown by hand and used in various games. (see batúnhan, máno, manohán).


kiwíg

Hiligaynon

A kind of squirrel. Ang kiwíg amó ang isá ka sápat nga malábà sing pangolíhi kag malíp-ot sing pangúnhan. The "kiwíg" is an animal with long hind-legs and short fore-legs.


upús nga sinulî

Hiligaynon

A piece of wood burned on one side and turned round so that the other side may burn. Metaphorically: Sang dídto na kamí sa uluúnhan may nagsúgid sa ámon nga nagubâ ang táytay, gánì daw sinulî lang kamí nga upús. When we had gone a little ahead we were told that the bridge was destroyed; so we turned back (did not continue our march).


ulu-, -ulu-

Hiligaynon

See olo-, -olo-, e.g. uluánggid (oloánggid)-a little like, a little resembling; guluginháwa (gologinháwa)-to have a little breath, be rather comfortably off; tulutiógtióg-a little vagabond; mulumág-an-rather light, not heavy; sa uluúnhan-a little farther ahead, just in front of, etc. etc.


upús nga sinulî

Hiligaynon

A piece of wood burned on one side and turned round so that the other side may burn. Metaphorically: Sang dídto na kamí sa uluúnhan may nagsúgid sa ámon nga nagubâ ang táytay, gánì daw sinulî lang kamí nga upús. When we had gone a little ahead we were told that the bridge was destroyed; so we turned back (did not continue our march).


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