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álum

Hiligaynon

Mole. See álom.



alúm

Hiligaynon

See alóm.


kúnà

Hiligaynon

A congenital blemish or mark on the body, birth mark, mole. (see álum).


maalúm

Hiligaynon

Not burning well, not easily inflammable, smouldering, slow-burning. (see alúm, arúm, maálhom).


paalúm

Hiligaynon

To darken, make dark, blacken, tarnish, dull, make lose whiteness or lustre, applied especially to a metal and to facial expression. Ang túbig nagpaalúm sang íya síngsing, arítos, bórlas, binángon, etc. His (Her) ring, ear-rings, tassels, bolo, etc. became dark or lost their original (lustre) brightness through the action of water. Indì ka magpaalúm sang ímo guyá. Don't look so black (sour, cross). (see alúm, paitúm, pailóm).


táwas

Hiligaynon

A kind of medicine used as a remedy for a sore tongue, especially against ugám; alum.


alumílaw

Hiligaynon

(H) Very light, not deep, easily to be awakened from, with half-closed eyes, said of sleep. Nagkatulúg ikáw?-Hóo, ápang alumílaw lang ang ákon panúlug. Did you sleep?-Yes, but I was only dozing, my sleep was very light. (alamílaw id.).


alumílaw

Hiligaynon

Also: To burn dimly, give a feeble light (of a lamp, etc.). (see kiráwkiráw, kirótkirót).


dálum

Hiligaynon

Depth, profundity, deepness: to deepen, make-, become-, deep. Nagdálum ang lúblub tungúd sang madámol nga ulán. The defile deepened on account of the heavy rain. Ginpadálum níla ang búhò. They dug the hole deep. Padálma (Padalúma) ang búhò sang lusóng. Deepen the cavity of the rice-pounding mortar. Ginpadálman (Pinadálman, Pinadalúman) níya ang amó nga butáng sang íya painóíno. He thought profoundly over it. He pondered long and deeply over that matter. Nagapadálum siá sang íya nga painóíno. He is thinking deeply, profoundly. (see nábaw-to be shallow, etc.).


halúmhum

Hiligaynon

A slight cold or fever. Ginahalúmhum siá. He has a slight fever. He suffers from a cold. (see lágnat, hilánat).


halúmhum

Hiligaynon

(B) To hatch, sit on eggs, produce young ones by incubation, incubate. Iníng mungâ nagahalúmhum sing napúlò kag waló ka ítlog. This hen is hatching eighteen eggs. Ipahalúmhum mo iníng mga ítlog ko sa ímo mungâ. Get these eggs of mine hatched by your hen. (Put these eggs of mine under your hen). (see lúmlum).


idálum

Hiligaynon

Under, below, beneath, underneath, farther down, down, nether. Sa idálum sang baláy. Underneath the house. Sa idálum sang dútà. Below the surface of the ground. Dálhi akó sang rebísta nga árà sa idálum sináng mga tulún-an. Bring me the review there from under those books. (see dálum, paidálum, paidalúm, pakitidalúm).


idálum

Hiligaynon

Under, below, beneath, underneath, farther down, down, nether. Sa idálum sang baláy. Underneath the house. Sa idálum sang dútà. Below the surface of the ground. Dálhi akó sang rebísta nga árà sa idálum sináng mga tulún-an. Bring me the review there from under those books. (see dálum, paidálum, paidalúm, pakitidalúm).


kadálum

Hiligaynon

Depth, deepness, profoundness, profundity. (dálum).


kalúm-ok

Hiligaynon

Softness, pliability, plasticity, compressibility, impressibility. (lúm-ok; see kalomó, kahómok).


kalumbítà

Hiligaynon

To swing, hang, dangle by the hands, with the feet off the ground. Ang mga amô nagakalumbítà sa sangá sang káhoy. The monkeys are hanging by their hands from the branch of the tree. Ang káhoy ginakalumbitá-an sang mga amô. The monkeys are dangling from the tree. (see kábit, kabítkábit).


kalúmbut

Hiligaynon

(H) Cloak, coat, cover, wrapper; to cover or protect oneself against the cold, against blows and thrusts, etc., by wrapping a blanket, or the like, around one's body. Magkalúmbut ka sing hábul. Wrap a blanket around you. Ginkalúmbut níya ang hábul. He protected himself with a blanket. Ginkalumbután siá níla sing hábul. They wrapped a blanket around him. (see pangulúmbut which is more in use as a verb).


kalumíng

Hiligaynon

Weakness, debility, feebleness. (lumíng; see kalúya).


kalúmon

Hiligaynon

Lodger, guest, boarder, fellow-lodger. (see lúmon).


kalumpágan

Hiligaynon

(H) Withering; destruction, ruin, perdition. (see lúmpag).


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