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amíg

Hiligaynon

Chum, pal, friend, shortened from amígo and used very familiarly and often also ironically or sarcastically. Si amíg ko Ipíng. My friend Philip. Ihátag mo iní sa kay amíg Tibóy. Give this to our friend Toribio. Nahisáyran na ni amíg Lúis nga-. Our good friend Luis (our opponent or adversary) is most likely aware of the fact that-(see atíd, akíd, idól, ábyan, amígo).



amígo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. amígo) A male friend; to be (male) friends. Maáyo ang íla pagamigoháy. They are good friends. Nagpakigamígo siá kúntà sa ákon, ápang-He would have liked to become my friend, but-. Amigóhon ko siá. I'll make him my friend. Mahírup ko siá nga amígo. He is an intimate friend of mine. (see amíg).


amíga

Hiligaynon

(Sp. amíga) A female friend; to be (female) friends. Nagaamigaháy silá. They are friends, (see ábyan, bábay).


damíg

Hiligaynon

Cold, stiff; to be or become cold. Nagdamíg na ang minatáy. The corpse has become cold. Damíg na siá. He is cold and stiff. (see ramíg).


kadamíg

Hiligaynon

Stiffness, coldness. (damíg).


lamíg

Hiligaynon

Fresh, cold, chilly; to be or become cold. Naglamíg na ang bángkay. The corpse is cold now, has become cold. Ginalamigán akó siníng tiémpo. I am feeling cold in this weather. Nalamigán akó kahápon. I felt cold yesterday. (see búgnaw, túgnaw, ramíg).


lamígas

Hiligaynon

Shelled peas and beans.


malamíg

Hiligaynon

Cool, cold, frigid, keen; raw, sharp, piercing, cold and stiff. Malamíg nga bángkay. A corpse cold and stiff. (see lamíg, matúgnaw, maramíg).


maramíg

Hiligaynon

(B) Cold; stiff. (see ramíg, malamíg, matúgnaw).


mayamíg

Hiligaynon

(H) Cool, cold, chilly. (see yamíg, malamíg, mabúgnaw, matúgnaw).


pamígà

Hiligaynon

Freq. of bígà. To act like a harlot, practise harlotry. (see pangálpot id.).


pamígsì

Hiligaynon

Freq. of bígsì-to grasp, grip, handle (rudely, roughly). pamíhag, Freq. of bíhag-to take captive, captivate.


pangyamíg

Hiligaynon

Freq. of yamíg-to be or grow cold, etc. Also: Cold fever.


ramíg

Hiligaynon

(B) Cold, etc. See lamíg, yamíg.


tagraramíg

Hiligaynon

Winter, cold season. (tigraramíg id.).


tigraramíg

Hiligaynon

(B) The cool or cold season, winter. (see ramíg, lamíg, tigturúgnaw).


yamíg

Hiligaynon

Coldness, coolness, frigidity; to grow (be) cold, cool, frigid. Nagyamíg na ang bángkay. The corpse is cold already. (see lamíg, ramíg, túgnaw, búgnaw).


bígà

Hiligaynon

Harlotry, whoredom. Pagpamígà-To practise harlotry; act as a prostitute. (see bíghal).


búgnaw

Hiligaynon

Cold, chill, chilliness, coolness; frigidity, freshness; to be or become cool, fresh, frigid, chilly, keen, bleak, raw, nipping, piercing, bitter, biting, cutting, chill. Ang túbig nagbúgnaw sa bangâ. The water has cooled in the water-jar. Ginpabúgnaw níla sa hángin ang túbig nga inínit. They cooled the hot water in the fresh air. Ipabúgnaw mo akó siníng kapé, kay índì akó kaúyon sang kapé nga lakás kaínit. Kindly cool this coffee for me, for I do not like coffee that is too hot. Nabugnawán akó siníng hángin. This wind is quite refreshing. I feel (comfortably) fresh in this wind. Nagabúgnaw na ang íya gúgma. His love is growing cold. (see túgnaw, lamíg, ramíg, yamíg).


iás

Hiligaynon

A grain (separated from the ear), a shelled pea or bean, or the like. Madámù ang mga iás sa ímo tabíg. There are many loose rice-grains in your harvesting basket. (see iyás, uyás, lamígas).


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