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aníno

Hiligaynon

Shadow, outline, trace, silhouette, often used as a figure of speech. Walâ akó sing aníno sa paglakát dirâ. I have not the shadow of a thought or intention of going there. Walâ sing aníno ang tiémpo nga magaulán sa madalî. It does not look at all as if it were going to rain soon. (see lándong, tándà).



gándo

Hiligaynon

Sign, mark, indication, token, presage, prognostic, omen. Walâ sing gándo ang kalibútan nga magaulán karón. There is no indication that it is going to rain presently. Walâ man siá sing gándo nga mapamanílà. There is no sign that he is going to Manila. (see aníno, tándà, timáan, gáman, túyò, pát-in).


pamilihón

Hiligaynon

Price, cost. Walâ gid sing aníno nga magasáka ang pamilihón sang kalámay kag sang kóprak sa madalî. There is no sign yet that the price of sugar and copra-will rise,-is going up, in the near future. (see bilí).


panínoy

Hiligaynon

(Sp. padrino) Godfather. (see manínay-godmother (Sp. madrina)).


bágting

Hiligaynon

Bell, tocsin; the ringing of a bell; to ring a bell, to sound the tocsin. May kampanáryo silá, ápang waláy bágting. They have a belfry, but no bells. Waláy bágting kaína sang ága. This morning there was no ringing of bells. Ibágting or bagtingá ang linggánay. Ring the bell. Ginbágting níya ang bágting nga dakû. He rang the big bell. Bagtingí ang bulunyágan. Ring the bell for the baptism or for the one to be baptized. Ibágting akó ánay sang orasyón. Ring the Angelus for me, please. Pabagtingán, konó, sang panínoy ang mga kalasálon sing tátlo ka basál. The godfather, it is rumoured, will have three peals of bells rung in honour of the marriage couple. (see linggánay, básal, basál, repíke, rimáti, púrut).


manínay

Hiligaynon

Godmother. (see padríno, panínoy-godfather; madrína).


padríno

Hiligaynon

(Sp. padrino) Godfather. (see panínoy, madrína, manínay-godmother).


saúp

Hiligaynon

To take refuge, go to for protection, shelter, board and lodging, etc. Ang bátà nga ílo nagsaúp sa íya nga tíyà. The orphan child sought shelter with her aunt. Walâ siá sing sáp-an (saupán). He has nowhere to go for shelter or protection. Ginsáp-an níya ang íya panínoy. He took refuge with his godfather. (see áyop, ayóp, dangúp).