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alángkon

Hiligaynon

(H) Godson or goddaughter to be. May alángkon ikáw? Have you a child to hold (for baptism or confirmation)? Are you going to be godfather or godmother to somebody? Sín-o ang tagbátà sang alángkon mo? Who is the parent of your godchild-to-be? (see anák, aiháda, aihádo).



anák

Hiligaynon

Child, son, daughter; godson, goddaughter; to give birth to, to bear a child, to be delivered of a child, to bring forth; to be godfather or godmother to a child at baptism or confirmation. Naganák siá sing isá ka laláki. She gave birth to a male-child, she was delivered of a boy. Iníng bátà ginanák ni Fulána. This child was born of N.N.-or-N.N. was godmother to this child. Buót ko ipaanák sa ímo iníng bátà. I should like you to be godfather (godmother) to this child. Manganák siá sa Sábado. He will be godfather on Saturday. Anka (ángka) iníng bátà. Be godfather (godmother) to this baby. Ang íla mga inanák. Their children or offspring. Anák-or-inanák siá sang isá ka panimaláy nga lutáw. He was of noble family, of good family. (see bátà, alángkon).


ánok

Hiligaynon

To boil soft, to cook well, especially said of all kinds of tubers and vegetables. Tánki akó sing kamóti kag anókon mo. Boil some sweet potatoes for me and cook them well. Ginaánok níya na ang mga patátas, kay nakasáyod siá nga índì gid akó kaúyon sang talangkónon nga latâ ukón alibútdan. She now boils the potatoes properly, for she knows, that I do not at all like tubers that are overdone or underdone.


kalalóton

Hiligaynon

Things to be scratched or dug out, as roots, tubers, etc. (kálot; see talangkónon).