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áire

Hiligaynon

(Sp. aire) Air, atmosphere; liveliness, cheerfulness, sprightliness; gracefulness, elegance in manner, bearing, carriage, etc.



gárbo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. garbo) Elegance, ease, distinction, dignity, graceful carriage or demeanour; to have or show elegant airs or gracefulness; show off, pretend, put on airs, give oneself airs, assume superiority, be pretentious, natty, genteel. Garbohí siá. Show him your graceful bearing. Indì ka magpagárbo. Don't be ostentatious, don't show off. Sang pagkitaáy námon buót siá magpagárbo sa ákon. When we met she wanted to impress me with her elegance. (see aíre, padayáw, kiáykíay, kisáykísay, etc.).


kairél

Hiligaynon

(Sp. cairel) Appendage, fringe, silk-band, watch-chain.


alingág-ngag

Hiligaynon

A little deaf, hard of hearing; to be a little deaf, have one's sense of hearing slightly impaired. Alingágngag siá. He is slightly deaf. Sang isá ka simána maánting pa siá, ápang karón nagalingágngag na. A week ago he could still hear well, but now he is a little deaf. Sán-o pa ikáw magalingágngag? When did you have your sense of hearing impaired? Ginaalingagngagán akó sa íya. He seems to me to be slightly deaf.


alót

Hiligaynon

(H) Very short-haired, shaved or with the hair cut extremely short; to cut the hair very short, to shave. Alotí akó sang ákon bohók. Cut my hair very short. Mangalót akó sang ákon búngot. I am going to shave off my beard. Mapaalót akó ánay sa manuggúnting. I am going to have my hair cut very short by the barber. Ipaalót mo ang ímo búngot sa barbéro. Get your beard shaved off by the barber. (see bulúg).


áyo

Hiligaynon

(H) To be or get well, recover, to get cured or healed; to mend, emend, amend, improve, make good or better. Ang masakít nga bátà nagáyo na. The sick child is cured or has recovered. Iníng bulúng nagpaáyo sang íyang balatían. This medicine cured his sickness. Ayóha ang ímo mga batásan. Mend your manners. Improve your behaviour. Gináyo siá sang manogbúlong. The doctor cured him. Kaáyo-to mend, repair. Kaayóha iní. Repair this. Mend this. Sín-o ang nagkaáyo sang ímo baláy? Who repaired your house?


bákud

Hiligaynon

Strength, firmness, stability, stoutness; to be or become strong, firm, stout, sturdy. Nagbákud na ang ámon baláy, kay ginkaáyo sang pánday. Our house is now strong, because the carpenter has repaired it. Bakúron (-údon) mo ang pagpatíndog sang baláy. Build the house strong. Ipabákud sa pánday ang ímo baláy, agúd índì mapúkan sang bágyo. Get a carpenter to strengthen your house, or it will be blown down by a hurricane. (see líg-on, pág-on).


baldádo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. baldado) Crippled, maimed, permanently injured, impaired, physically defective after an illness or in consequence of an accident.


bugól

Hiligaynon

See bulúg-short-haired, close-cropped, etc.


bulúg

Hiligaynon

(B) Short-haired, close-cropped: to cut the hair short, to crop the hair close. Bulugá ang bohók ko. Cut my hair short. Bulugí siá sang íya bohók. Cut his hair short. Mapabulúg akó. I am going to have my hair cut. Ibulúg iníng gúnting sa íya nga bohók. Use this pair of scissors to cut his hair short. Ibulúg akó ánay sang ákon bohók. Kindly give me a close crop. (see alót).


gisíng-gisingán

Hiligaynon

Grey-haired about the temples; to grey (gray), become white (of the hair near the temples). Nanggisínggisingán (Naggisínggisingán) na siá. He (She) is grey-haired. He (She) has turned gray (near the temples or forehead). (see úban, bukáy, putî).


hambádan

Hiligaynon

A millionaire. (see ramákan).


húlip

Hiligaynon

(H) To mend wickerwork, repair a mat, basket, thatched roof, etc. Hulípi ang amákan. Repair the bamboo mat. Ginhulípan níla ang atóp nga kógon. They repaired the cogon-roof. Ihúlip iníng mga sókdap sa tabungós. Use these bamboo strips to mend the tabungós-basket. Ihúlip akó ánay sang ákon bakág. Please mend my carrier's basket. (see húrip id.).


kaídan

Hiligaynon

(B) To mend, repair, restore, do up. Sín-o ang nagkaídan sang baláy? Who repaired the house? Kaidána (kidána) ang ímo baláy. Repair your house. Kilidanón, kiridanón-things to be mended or needing repairs. May kilidanón kamó? Have you anything to mend? (see kaáyo, kaalayohón).


kairír

Hiligaynon

See kairél id.


malúya

Hiligaynon

Weak, frail, feeble, nerveless, enervated, debilitated, unstrung, strengthless, powerless. Malúya ang íya láwas. Malúya siá sing láwas. He is weak. His health is impaired. Malúya siá sing buút. He lacks will power. He is weak-kneed. (see lúya, malumíng, mapígaw).


milyonáryo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. millonario) Millionaire. (see ramákan, hambádan).


óban; obánon

Hiligaynon

White hair; gray-haired. See úban; ubánon.


óban; obánon

Hiligaynon

White hair; gray-haired. See úban; ubánon.


pág-on

Hiligaynon

To make or get strong, firm, solid, to strengthen, reinforce, brace, stiffen. Pag-oná ang baláy mo. Strengthen your house. Nagpág-on siá sang íya baláy. He made his house strong. Nagpág-on na ang íya baláy, kay ginkaáyo sang pánday. His house is now strong for it was repaired by the carpenter. Ginpág-on nilá ang íla nga kabubút-on. They made up their minds firmly. Napag-onán akó siníng baláy. This house seems strong to me. (see líg-on).