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apót

Hiligaynon

Dandy, coxcomb; stuck-up, proud, haughty, aping the manners of high-class folks. (see dayáw, bugalón, matinaastaáson).



batsilér

Hiligaynon

(Sp. bachiller) Bachelor, single, unmarried; one who has taken a degree below that of Master of Arts at a university; self-opinionated, conceited. (see láy-aw, pamatán-on:, bugalón, apót, matinaástaáson).


dalayawón

Hiligaynon

(H) Amenable to flattery, one who likes to be flattered or praised; pompous, self-important. (dayáw, apót).


garbóso

Hiligaynon

(Sp. garboso) Elegant, spruce, spick and span, natty, dapper, genteel, graceful; ostentatious, giving oneself airs, displaying elegance of manner, etc. (see elegánte, dikumpotók, hípig, agrót, hámbug, hádak, apót, bugalón, etc.).


kápot

Hiligaynon

To stick or adhere to, paste, glue. (see dokót, pilít).


kápot

Hiligaynon

The marriage ceremony; the bride and bridegroom giving their mutual consent and pledging conjugal fidelity and immediately after joining hands, before the priest who solemnizes their marriage. Bagtingán mo silá sa kápot. Ring the bells when they clasp hands. Nagpakápot lang silá, ápang walâ pagbilóhi. They went through the marriage ceremony, but did not receive the nuptial blessing during the Holy Mass.


kapóte

Hiligaynon

Select tobacco leaves used as wrappers for cigars. Dálhi akó sing maáyo nga dáhon sang tabákò, kay ikapóte ko sa ákon piokós. Bring me a choice tobacco leaf, for I am going to use it as a wrapper for my home-made cigar.


kapóte

Hiligaynon

(Sp. capote) Overcoat, raincoat, mackintosh, macintosh. (see kúmbut, kúnup, kulámbot).


pakápot

Hiligaynon

To have the essential marriage-rite performed by the giving of mutual consent in presence of the Parish-priest, said of couples that marry on their death-bed or who do not receive the solemn nuptial blessing during Holy Mass. (see kápot).


sapóti

Hiligaynon

(Sp. chapotear) To mix or shuffle cards, often with the intention of cheating. Sapotíha ang baráha. Shuffle the cards.


botíka

Hiligaynon

(Sp. botica) A drug store, an apothecary's shop, a chemist's shop.


botikáryo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. boticario) Druggist, apothecary, chemist.


dalagílon

Hiligaynon

Saying, maxim, adage, saw, proverb, aphorism, apothegm, apophthegm, refrain; conversation. (see dágil, sugilánon, hurubáton).


hulubáton

Hiligaynon

(H) Proverb, saying, saw, maxim, aphorism, adage, axiom, apothegm, apophthegm, truism; incantation, invocation or the like, as used in superstitious rites. Also verb. Anó ang ginahulubáton sang babáylan sa íya nga búhat? What incantations does the soothsayer chant, when practising magic? (see hurubáton id.).


kaláput

Hiligaynon

To adhere to, stick together. (see kápot, dokót, pilít).


luták

Hiligaynon

Dirt, mud, rubbish, dust. (see hígkò, gapógapó, tapótapó).


mahî

Hiligaynon

Nice, beautiful, perfect, flawless, unblemished, faultless, uninjured, without flaw or defect; to be or become nice, etc. Tagái akó sing isá ka pánid nga mahî (mamahî) nga tabákò, kay himóon ko nga kapóti. Give me a flawless tobacco-leaf, for I am going to use it as a wrapper. Nagmahî na ang guyá sang bátà. The child's face has developed beautifully,-has become nice, or the like. (see mamahî, ayóáyo, maayóáyo, hímpit, lántip, gayón, ányag).


máxima, maximá

Hiligaynon

(Sp. máxima) Axiom, maxim, apothegm, sentence, saying, saw, proverb, thought. (see hurubáton, hinun-ánon).


póto

Hiligaynon

To become or make insolvent or bankrupt, to break. Napóto siá. He went bankrupt. He was declared insolvent. Manggaránon siá sádto ánay, ápang ang géra nagpóto sa íya. He was rich formerly, but-the war made him bankrupt,-the war broke him.


tábos, tabós

Hiligaynon

To penetrate, go-, pass-, seep-, soak-, flow-, through. Nagtábos ang ulán sa ákon páyong, báyò, etc. The rain went through my umbrella, jacket, etc. Kon magdámol ang ulán magatabós sa ímo kapóte. If the rain is heavy it will soak through your raincoat. Natabosán sing túbig ang íya mga panápton. His clothes were soaked with water. (see tahús).


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