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in

Hiligaynon

class="hw">in-, The prefix in-and the intercalation-in-are often used:

1) instead of gin-and na-to form the past passive, e.g. inabután (ginabután, naabután) from abút-to arrive; binúhat (ginbúhat, nabúhat) from búhat-to make; hinadlukán (ginhadlukán, nahadlukán) from hádluk-to fear, etc.

2) to denote an often repeated action or an action by many, e.g. nagahinámpang (nagahilinámpang, nagahalámpang) silá-they are playing. (hámpang-to play); nagagiliniósgíos silá-they are moving. (gíos-to move).

3) to form verbs from adjectives, e. g. támad-lazy. Indì ka magtinamád. Don't be lazy.

4) to form a great number of adjectives, e.g. mainamlígon-careful from ámlig-to be careful, etc.



in

Hiligaynon

class="hw">in-, The prefix in-and the intercalation-in-are often used:

1) instead of gin-and na-to form the past passive, e.g. inabután (ginabután, naabután) from abút-to arrive; binúhat (ginbúhat, nabúhat) from búhat-to make; hinadlukán (ginhadlukán, nahadlukán) from hádluk-to fear, etc.

2) to denote an often repeated action or an action by many, e.g. nagahinámpang (nagahilinámpang, nagahalámpang) silá-they are playing. (hámpang-to play); nagagiliniósgíos silá-they are moving. (gíos-to move).

3) to form verbs from adjectives, e. g. támad-lazy. Indì ka magtinamád. Don't be lazy.

4) to form a great number of adjectives, e.g. mainamlígon-careful from ámlig-to be careful, etc.


lámbut

Hiligaynon

To reach, overtake, attain, obtain. Nalámbut ko siá sa dálan. I overtook him on the road. Indì akó makalámbut sang laráwan nga sa díngding. I cannot reach the picture on the wall. (see ábut, dángat, dáb-ot).


ógpot

Hiligaynon

To return, come back, arrive, reach, come to a place after a more or less prolonged absence, return after a considerable interval. Buás magaógpot siá gíkan sa Manílà. To-morrow he will arrive from Manila. Ginbílin níya kamí sa isá ka baláy kag walâ níya kamí pagogpotá kóndì sang masunúd nga ádlaw. He left us in a house and-did not return (come back) to us till the following (next) day,-returned to us only the following day. (see bálik, abút, sámput).


ógpot

Hiligaynon

To return, come back, arrive, reach, come to a place after a more or less prolonged absence, return after a considerable interval. Buás magaógpot siá gíkan sa Manílà. To-morrow he will arrive from Manila. Ginbílin níya kamí sa isá ka baláy kag walâ níya kamí pagogpotá kóndì sang masunúd nga ádlaw. He left us in a house and-did not return (come back) to us till the following (next) day,-returned to us only the following day. (see bálik, abút, sámput).


paabút

Hiligaynon

To wait for, expect, await. Paabutá siá túbtub sa ikapúlò ka táknà. Wait for him till ten o'clock. (pa, abút).


palaabúton

Hiligaynon

(H) Future events, the future, the hereafter, the time to come, expectations, what is to come or to happen in the future, what is expected or looked forward to. (see abút, paabút).


pangabút

Hiligaynon

Freq. of abút-to arrive.


pangábut

Hiligaynon

Freq. of ábut-to catch up with, reach, overtake.


sámput

Hiligaynon

To arrive at, come to, reach, gain, make. Bág-o pa lang akó magsámput dirí. I have but lately arrived. I have just come in. (see abút, sapút, dángat).


sángput

Hiligaynon

To arrive, reach, come to, attain. Nagasángput (nagahinángput) na siá sa ikapúlò kag waló ka pagsukát. He has reached (attained) his eighteenth year. (see sámput, abút, hinangát).


sáp-ong

Hiligaynon

To reach the top, come to the highest point, obtain a high-placed goal. Sap-ongí gid ang alipokpokán sang búkid. Try to reach the top of the mountain. Nakasáp-ong na siá sa (sang) palangakóan nga íya ginhándum sang madámù na nga (mga) túig. He has finally obtained the office to which he has aspired for so many years. (see dángat, abút, águm).


sapút

Hiligaynon

To arrive, come to, come home. Walâ pa magsapút ang mga bátà. The children have not come home yet. Nagsalapút na silá. They have come now. Pasaputá (pasápta) siá. Order him to go home. Give him shelter. Lodge him in your house. (see sámput, abút).


síghud

Hiligaynon

To introduce oneself into, come to, enter, present oneself, find an entrance. (see sulúd, abút).


talákdang

Hiligaynon

To chance upon, arrive (unexpectedly), come unawares, come to, appear on the scene. (see abút, sámput, sapút, dángat).


tíkmà

Hiligaynon

To take secretly or unawares, to pilfer, steal, seize; to attack, come upon, assail, get hold of (said of diseases); to visit secretly, appear unannounced, come unexpectedly (for an investigation, etc.). Gintíkmà siá sang hilánat. He caught a cold. Tiníkma níya ang mga alagád sa amó nga sululátan. He paid a surprise visit to the employees of that office. (see tíkas, káwat, dúnggò, abút, sínuk).


úgpot

Hiligaynon

To appear, arrive, come back, return, come, near, approach. Dúgay na nga walâ gid siá magúgpot dirí. For a long time he has not been here at all. Matióntión umúgpot man si Fuláno kag ginpamunóan námon ang sinápul. After a short while N.N. arrived and we opened the meeting. Ugpotí siá. Approach him. Go back to him. Present yourself before him. (see abút, sapút, sámput, túlus, bálik, palapít, ógpot).


úgpot

Hiligaynon

To appear, arrive, come back, return, come, near, approach. Dúgay na nga walâ gid siá magúgpot dirí. For a long time he has not been here at all. Matióntión umúgpot man si Fuláno kag ginpamunóan námon ang sinápul. After a short while N.N. arrived and we opened the meeting. Ugpotí siá. Approach him. Go back to him. Present yourself before him. (see abút, sapút, sámput, túlus, bálik, palapít, ógpot).


um

Hiligaynon

-um-, This syllable goes to form the following tenses: the Active Imperative, the Conditional Future, the Past. When the verb begins with a vowel, um-is put before the vowel, e.g. abút-to come, becomes umabút. When the verb begins with a consonant, um-is put after the consonant, e.g. halín-to depart, becomes humalín.

1) Active Imperative. Bumúhat ka sinâ. Do it. Make it. Uminúm ka na kag pumadáyon sang ímo paglakát. Take a drink and continue your journey. (búhat, inúm, padáyon).

2) Conditional Future. Kon lumígad na ang tátlo ka ádlaw bayáran mo akó sing (sa) waláy balíbad. After three days you must pay me without shift. Kon dumángat ka sinâ--. When (If) you obtain that--. (lígad, dángat).

3) The Past. In vivid narrative equivalent to what is called the Historical Present. Sang pagkabatî níya siní sa gilayón umílis siá kag lumakát. On hearing this he at once changes his clothes and sets out. Tumalikód lang siá kag humípus. All he does is to turn his back saying nothing. "Si Hesús nalóoy sa íya kag sumilíng:"--. Jesus had mercy on her and said:"--. Tumíndog na man si Nikolás, "Hóo, may katarúngan siá", sumalígbat siá sang íla halambalánon. Nicolas too stands up, and interrupting their conversation, blurts out: "Yes he is right". (ílis, lakát, talikód, hípus, silíng, tíndog, salígbat).

N.B. If, further, "l" is put after the first vowel of the verb, we get the forms umal-, umil-, umol-, umul-, which denote the agent of what the root signifies, e.g. umalági-a passer-by (ági); pumililî-an elector, voter (pílì); tumolóo-a believer (tóo); bumulúthò-one who goes to school, a student, pupil, alumnus (búthò); bumulúlig, bumululíg-helper, assistant (búlig); bumalákal-buyer, customer (bakál); tumalánum-planter, farmer (tanúm); sumilílhig-sweeper (sílhig); dumalalá-manager, conductor, leader, etc. etc. (see inm-, mag-, nag-, manug-, tig-, tag-).


um

Hiligaynon

-um-, This syllable goes to form the following tenses: the Active Imperative, the Conditional Future, the Past. When the verb begins with a vowel, um-is put before the vowel, e.g. abút-to come, becomes umabút. When the verb begins with a consonant, um-is put after the consonant, e.g. halín-to depart, becomes humalín.

1) Active Imperative. Bumúhat ka sinâ. Do it. Make it. Uminúm ka na kag pumadáyon sang ímo paglakát. Take a drink and continue your journey. (búhat, inúm, padáyon).

2) Conditional Future. Kon lumígad na ang tátlo ka ádlaw bayáran mo akó sing (sa) waláy balíbad. After three days you must pay me without shift. Kon dumángat ka sinâ--. When (If) you obtain that--. (lígad, dángat).

3) The Past. In vivid narrative equivalent to what is called the Historical Present. Sang pagkabatî níya siní sa gilayón umílis siá kag lumakát. On hearing this he at once changes his clothes and sets out. Tumalikód lang siá kag humípus. All he does is to turn his back saying nothing. "Si Hesús nalóoy sa íya kag sumilíng:"--. Jesus had mercy on her and said:"--. Tumíndog na man si Nikolás, "Hóo, may katarúngan siá", sumalígbat siá sang íla halambalánon. Nicolas too stands up, and interrupting their conversation, blurts out: "Yes he is right". (ílis, lakát, talikód, hípus, silíng, tíndog, salígbat).

N.B. If, further, "l" is put after the first vowel of the verb, we get the forms umal-, umil-, umol-, umul-, which denote the agent of what the root signifies, e.g. umalági-a passer-by (ági); pumililî-an elector, voter (pílì); tumolóo-a believer (tóo); bumulúthò-one who goes to school, a student, pupil, alumnus (búthò); bumulúlig, bumululíg-helper, assistant (búlig); bumalákal-buyer, customer (bakál); tumalánum-planter, farmer (tanúm); sumilílhig-sweeper (sílhig); dumalalá-manager, conductor, leader, etc. etc. (see inm-, mag-, nag-, manug-, tig-, tag-).


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