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búklas

Hiligaynon

To snatch, tear away, grasp and pull suddenly, seize with a sudden or swift motion. Ginbúklas sang idô ang kárne nga ákon ginbítbit. The dog snatched away the meat I was carrying in my hand. Indî mo pagbuklasón ang mga butáng nga ginahátag sa ímo, kóndì batónon mo sing mahínay. Don't snatch things given you, but receive them gently, without haste. Ibúklas akó ánay sang hábul nga nasabláy sa alámbre. Kindly pull down for me the blanket hanging on the wire. (see sábnit).



hát-om

Hiligaynon

To divine, guess, surmise, assume, presume, suppose. Ginahát-om ko nga magaulán karón sa hápon. I think it will rain this afternoon. (see máy-om, sát-um, pakót, hangúp, lágpat).


hát-on

Hiligaynon

Tongue-tied, having an impediment in one's speech, unable to speak clearly; to speak indistinctly, etc. Nagahát-on siá kon maghámbal. He has an impediment in his speech. (see pihít, áng-ang).


hatabû

Hiligaynon

An event, happening, incident; to happen, come to pass, chance, fall out. Nabatabû nga --. It chanced that --. It came to pass that --. Nahatabuán akó dirí sang pagmasakít sang íya nga ilóy. I happened to be here, when his mother fell sick. (see tabû, hitabû, hanabû).


hátag

Hiligaynon

(H) A gift, present, donation, boon, presentation; to give, make a gift of, present with, confer upon, bestow, assign, grant, award. Ihátag mo inâ sa ákon. Give that to me. Hatági iníng makilímos sing limá ka dakû. Give this beggar five centavos. Ginhatágan níya kamí sing tagisá ka páhò. He presented us with one mango each. Madámù nga mga kaayóhan ang saráng mahátag sa bánwa sang amó nga pagbulút-an. Such a law could confer many benefits upon the commonwealth. Indì akó makahátag sinâ sa ímo, kay dílì ákon inâ. I cannot give you that, because it does not belong to me. Hatágan mo akó sang ákon ginpangáyò. Grant me my request. (see taó, túgrò, tágà, bugáy, dúlut, regálo).


hátol

Hiligaynon

(B) To take or bring with. Diín mo hatólon ang bátà? Where are you taking the baby? Anó ang ginahátol mo? What are you bringing with you? Ginhatólan níya akó sang ákon sapátos. He brought me my boots. (see dalá, dádol, hatúd).


hatúd

Hiligaynon

To take there, convey, carry, transfer to. Ihatúd mo inâ dídto. Take that there. Carry that over there. Hátdi (hatudí) siá siníng mga ságing. Hand these bananas to him. Ginhatúd mo na dídto sa kay Fuláno ang mga sapátos nga íya gintúgon?-Walâ pa akó makahatúd sinâ, kay masákò ang trabáho ko karón, ápang pagaihatúd ko gid inâ dídto sa buás sa ága. Have you taken the boots to N.N., as ordered by him?-No, I could not take them there as yet, for I am very busy at present, but I will certainly deliver them there to-morrow morning. (see dalá, hátol).


i

Hiligaynon

A prefix used:-

1.) in forming all the passive tenses of many verbs having a passive in "i". Many verbs indicating an action that removes something from the agent belong to this class, as: to sell, send, throw, pay, give, hand over to (balígyà, padalá, pilák, báyad, hátag, túnghol), etc. In the forms with gina-and gin-the "i-" is either prefixed or (now commonly) left out entirely, whilst in the forms with paga-and pag-the "i-" comes between the root and paga-or pag-, e.g. hátag-to give. Iginahátag (ginahátag) níya iní sa ákon. He is giving me this. Iginhátag (ginhátag) níya iní sa ákon. He gave me this. Pagaihátag gid níya iní sa ákon. He will surely give me this. Walâ níya pagihátag iní sa ákon. He did not give me this. Indì níya pagihátag iní sa ákon. He will not give me this. Ihátag iní sa ákon. Give me this, etc.

2.) in expressing the idea of-the means by which-,-the instrument with which-, a thing is done, e.g. búhat-to make. Ibúhat iníng káhoy sang ákon baláy. Make use of this wood for building my house. Bakál-To buy. Iníng tátlo ka mángmang ibakál mo sing bág-o nga kálò. Buy a new hat with these three pesos, etc.

3.) in expressing a polite request, e.g. Ipalíhog mo akó ihátag sang ákon katahurán sa kay Fuláno. Do me the favour of paying my respects to N.N. (see ig-, iga-, ika-, inog-).

-i, A suffix used in the passive impersonal imperative, in the passive negative present, and in the passive negatived past of verbs having a passive in-an, e.g. patíndog-to set up, build. Patindogí (walâ níya pagapatindogí, walâ níya pagpatindogí) sing baláy iníng lugár. Build (he is not building, has not built) a house on this pot.


i

Hiligaynon

A prefix used:-

1.) in forming all the passive tenses of many verbs having a passive in "i". Many verbs indicating an action that removes something from the agent belong to this class, as: to sell, send, throw, pay, give, hand over to (balígyà, padalá, pilák, báyad, hátag, túnghol), etc. In the forms with gina-and gin-the "i-" is either prefixed or (now commonly) left out entirely, whilst in the forms with paga-and pag-the "i-" comes between the root and paga-or pag-, e.g. hátag-to give. Iginahátag (ginahátag) níya iní sa ákon. He is giving me this. Iginhátag (ginhátag) níya iní sa ákon. He gave me this. Pagaihátag gid níya iní sa ákon. He will surely give me this. Walâ níya pagihátag iní sa ákon. He did not give me this. Indì níya pagihátag iní sa ákon. He will not give me this. Ihátag iní sa ákon. Give me this, etc.

2.) in expressing the idea of-the means by which-,-the instrument with which-, a thing is done, e.g. búhat-to make. Ibúhat iníng káhoy sang ákon baláy. Make use of this wood for building my house. Bakál-To buy. Iníng tátlo ka mángmang ibakál mo sing bág-o nga kálò. Buy a new hat with these three pesos, etc.

3.) in expressing a polite request, e.g. Ipalíhog mo akó ihátag sang ákon katahurán sa kay Fuláno. Do me the favour of paying my respects to N.N. (see ig-, iga-, ika-, inog-).

-i, A suffix used in the passive impersonal imperative, in the passive negative present, and in the passive negatived past of verbs having a passive in-an, e.g. patíndog-to set up, build. Patindogí (walâ níya pagapatindogí, walâ níya pagpatindogí) sing baláy iníng lugár. Build (he is not building, has not built) a house on this pot.


íga

Hiligaynon

See "i-". For euphony's sake "íga-" is more used in phrases like: Ari akó, kon may igasógò (isógò). I am at your service. I am here. Command me, I am at your orders. Walâ akó sing igahátag sa íya. I have nothing to give him. May igahámbal (ihámbal) ako sa íya. I have to tell him something. I have to bespeak him about something.


íga

Hiligaynon

See "i-". For euphony's sake "íga-" is more used in phrases like: Ari akó, kon may igasógò (isógò). I am at your service. I am here. Command me, I am at your orders. Walâ akó sing igahátag sa íya. I have nothing to give him. May igahámbal (ihámbal) ako sa íya. I have to tell him something. I have to bespeak him about something.


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