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alíma

Hiligaynon

(B) The hand. Pagpangalíma-to handle, handle roughly, come to blows, etc. Indì ka mangalíma sa íya or índì mo siá pagpangalimáhon. Don't touch him. Don't strike him-, handle him-, roughly. (see kamót).



alimá

Hiligaynon

(B) To take in hand, to handle or take care of. Alimahón mo gánì iníng mga bátà. Take care of these children, then. Ialimá akó ánay siníng mga bátà. Lend me a hand, please, in taking care of these children.


alingá

Hiligaynon

To watch, guard, see to, pay attention to, supervise, attend to, as mothers to their children, shepherds to their flocks, hosts to their visitors, etc. Ang bakéro nagaalingá sang mga karabáw. The cowherd is tending the buffaloes. Alingahá ang ímo mga bátà. Look after your children. Indì akó makahalín, kay nagaalingá akó sang akón mga bisíta. I cannot get away, because I have to attend to my visitors. Ialingá akó ánay sang ákon mga eskuéla. Kindly watch my pupils or my classroom for a while. (see bántay, libáng, alimá).


kamót

Hiligaynon

(H) The hand. (see alíma).


líma

Hiligaynon

The hand. (see alíma, kamót).


limá

Hiligaynon

To handle, take in the hand, etc. (see alíma, alimá, pangalimá, pangamót).


alimángo

Hiligaynon

A crab, much steemed[typo for "esteemed"] for food, the "aligyanán" in particular being much in demand. (see kaság).


alimátok

Hiligaynon

Mountain-leech, black and white in colour, a little smaller than the ordinary leech. (see líntà).


dalimasô

Hiligaynon

(B) To form pus, gather, discharge matter, etc. See dágsang, dalâ. Nagdalimasô ang íya pilás, hubág, etc. His wound festered, his boil gathered to-, came to-, a head, etc.


ikalimá

Hiligaynon

Fifth.


ikalimá

Hiligaynon

Fifth.


limálíma

Hiligaynon

A kind of plant.


makalimá

Hiligaynon

Five times. (see limá).


pangalíma

Hiligaynon

(B) To handle, grasp or take with the hand, to actually lay hands upon. Sín-o siníng mga makáwat ang nagpangalíma (nangalíma) sang pílak? Which of these thieves did actually take the money, did the actual stealing of the money, did personally lay hands on the money? Maáyo siá mangalíma. He has deft hands, knows how to use his hands well. (see pangamót).


salima-óhon

Hiligaynon

Bad-tempered, ill-humoured; subject to fits of violent temper. (see barinóhon).


salimáo, salimá-o

Hiligaynon

A ñt of bad temper, angry explosion; rage, violent outbreak. Indì ka magpalapít sa íya karón, kay ginsalimá-o siá (kay nasakáan siá sang salimá-o). Don't approach him for the present, for he is in a fit of rage. (see baríno).


talimádmad

Hiligaynon

To understand, take in, comprehend, grasp, have a clear idea of, be well aware of. Walâ siá makatalimádmad sang nahanabû. He had no clear idea of what had happened. (see mádmad, marásmas, sáyod, hangúp, hibaló).


talimáskog

Hiligaynon

A stiffening; spine, vertebral column, backbone. Butangí sing talimáskog ang balatibát, kay mahúyang. Put some stiffening in the lattice-work, for it is (too) weak. (see báskog, balískog).


aligí

Hiligaynon

The fat, the soft and most savoury part of a crab's meat, especially applied to the alimángo-crab. Only well developed crabs have aligí.


alikúmo

Hiligaynon

A kind of crab. (see alimángo).


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