Search result(s) - alángálang

aláng-alangánon

Hiligaynon

Untimely, inopportune, inconvenient, premature; remiss, slack, negligent, careless, falling short of what is required. (see alángálang, alangón).



búlang

Hiligaynon

To participate in cock-fighting, to cock-fight, bet or wager on a cock-fight, cause a cock to fight in the cockpit. Diín si Fuláno?-Dídto sa bulangán, nagabúlang. Where is N.N?-He is there in the cock-pit, cock-fighting. Indì mo pagibúlang iníng manók, kay alángálang pa. Don't fight this cock in the cockpit, for its training is not complete yet, it is too young, etc. Indì náton pagbulángon ang áton manók. We will or must not let our cocks fight each other. Pasampoká pírme ang duhá ka manók, agúd mahánas, kay kon mahánas na ibúlang ta silá sa pándut sang bánwa. Get the two cocks to try their strength against each other constantly in order to make them expert, for if they are up to it we will fight them in the cockpit on the town-festival.


kaálang

Hiligaynon

Untimeliness, unseasonableness, the being inopportune. (see alángálang).


maaláng-álang

Hiligaynon

Not quite convenient,-fit,-timely,-opportune. (see alángálang).


pangaláng-aláng

Hiligaynon

To hesitate, doubt, be-undecided,-in doubt,-uncertain, not to know exactly what to say or do. (alángálang).


úba

Hiligaynon

Unclothed, stripped, undressed, nude, naked, divested of; to strip, undress, take off clothes, divest of, uncloth, doff, bare, make bare, denude. Ubáha ang báyò mo. Take off your jacket or outer dress. Ubáhi siá sang íya báyò. Take off his coat or outer garment. Inubáhan (Ginubáhan) siá sang mga buyóng (sang íya mga panápton). The robbers stripped him. Ubáhi ang íya abága kag usisáon mo ang íya pilás. Bare his shoulder and examine his wound. Tungúd kay alángálang ang pagúba sang báyò sang pilasón gingúnting na lang sang manugbúlung. As it was difficult to divest the wounded man of his coat the doctor removed it by cutting with a pair of scissors. (see hubô, húblas).


úba

Hiligaynon

Unclothed, stripped, undressed, nude, naked, divested of; to strip, undress, take off clothes, divest of, uncloth, doff, bare, make bare, denude. Ubáha ang báyò mo. Take off your jacket or outer dress. Ubáhi siá sang íya báyò. Take off his coat or outer garment. Inubáhan (Ginubáhan) siá sang mga buyóng (sang íya mga panápton). The robbers stripped him. Ubáhi ang íya abága kag usisáon mo ang íya pilás. Bare his shoulder and examine his wound. Tungúd kay alángálang ang pagúba sang báyò sang pilasón gingúnting na lang sang manugbúlung. As it was difficult to divest the wounded man of his coat the doctor removed it by cutting with a pair of scissors. (see hubô, húblas).


alangón

Hiligaynon

Immature, young, untimely, etc. See alángalangánon.


langá-langá

Hiligaynon

Foolish, silly, crazy, out of one's wits (said especially of poultry). Iháwon ta lang ang mungâ, kay nagalangálangá or kay langálangá. Let us kill the hen, for she is crazy, (i.e. laying her eggs sometimes here and sometimes there, but never for any length of time in the same place. (see buángbuáng, talángtaláng).


Dim. and Freq. of lángà. Also: to be absent-minded, very forgetful, wandering in one's mind, making contradictory statements, behaving like a fool. Nagalangâlangâ siá sa íya panabát. He gives incoherent or contradictory answers. His mind is wandering.


salígwatóng

Hiligaynon

(B) To twist or turn aside, deflect the aim, hinder a straight hit. Warâ mamúng-i ang mán-og, hay nagsaligwatóng sa kawáyan ang bastón ko. (Walâ matám-i (maígò) ang mán-og, kay nagalángálang (nakasángit) sa kawáyan ang ákon bastón). I did not hit the snake fair, because my stick was deflected by the bamboo. (see salipád, saligotóng).