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alínton

Hiligaynon

To transfer, hand over, deliver to, hand down; come down to, be conveyed or transferred. Ang íya sinâ nga marágtas nagalínton sa áton sa sugíd-súgid sang mga mál-am. The history of that episode came down to us through the oral tradition of the old people. Ialínton ang baúl sa baláy. Transfer the box to the house or convey the box home. Ginalínton (ginpaalínton) ko ang ákon kasangkápan sa baláy. I transferred my equipment to the house. Ginpaalintonán kitá sang áton mga ginikánan sang íla nga mánggad. Our parents handed down to us their property. Ang mga Apóstoles nagpaalínton sa áton sing madámù nga mga kamatuóran nga walâ masulát sa sántos nga ebanhélyo. The Apostles handed down to us many truths that were not written in the gospel.



paalínton

Hiligaynon

Transference, transfer, conveyance, communication, tradition; to transfer, hand down, etc. (see alínton).


balíntong

Hiligaynon

To turn a somersault; a somersault. Makahibaló ikáw magbalíntong? Do you know how to turn a somersault? Sagád siá magbalíntong. He is an expert tumbler, acrobat, an adept at turning somersaults. (see balínsay).


palíntong

Hiligaynon

Caus. of líntong-to be confused, etc. Nagpalíntong siá sang íya ólo. He is cudgelling his brains. (see palibúg, palíngin).


aborído

Hiligaynon

(Sp. aburrido) Worried, vexed, uneasy, disturbed, upset; to be-, become-, worried, etc. Tungúd siná ganî nagaborído akó. Just on that account I got upset. Ginpaaborído akó sináng kasábà. That lawsuit worries me. Nagpaaborído siá sa ákon. He vexed or worried me. (see palibúg, palíntong, sang, ólo).


balínsay

Hiligaynon

To roll over and over, turn somersaults, as in falling down-stairs, etc. to play with stones, marbles, etc., as children do. Nagbalínsay siá sa hágdan. He turned a somersault down the stairs. Pabalinsayá siá sa pángpang. Roll him down the river-bank. Ang mga bátà nagahámpang sang balínsay. The boys are playing at turning somersaults-or-are playing (with stones, búskay, etc.) the game called balínsay. (see balíntong, balintotók, bansúlì).


balintotók

Hiligaynon

To turn a somersault. See balíntong, etc.


bansúlì

Hiligaynon

To turn head over heels, fall down headlong or head foremost, turn upside down, invert. Nagbansúlì siá sa hágdan. He fell headlong down the stairs. Ginbansúlì níya ang bátà. He turned the baby upside down (in play). Bansulía ang kawáyan, halígi, bastón, etc. Turn the bamboo, the post, the stick, etc. upside down. (see sulî, balískad, balíntong, balintotók, balínsay, etc.).


líntong

Hiligaynon

To be confused, worried, perplexed. Nagalíntong ang íya úlo karón tungúd sang íya útang. He is worried now about his debt. Nagapalíntong siá sang íya úlo. He is cudgelling his brains. (see libúg).


palíngin

Hiligaynon

Causative of língin-to be dizzy, confused. Nagapalíngin silá sang íla mga ólo, kay--. They are cudgelling their brains, because--. Their heads are all of a whirl, for--. (see palibúg, palíntong).


sukáy

Hiligaynon

(sang ólo), To collect (one's thoughts); cudgel (one's brains). (see padálum (sang hunâhúnà); palíntong, palibúg (sang ólo)).


tradisyón

Hiligaynon

(Sp. tradición) Tradition. (paalínton).


transperénsya

Hiligaynon

(Sp. transferencia) Transfer, transference, especially a document for the transfer of registered cattle, etc. (see paalínton).