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arúm

Hiligaynon

(B) Not easily inflammable, slow burning, difficult to light; to burn badly, smoulder. See álhom.



arúm

Hiligaynon

Dark; tarnished; to darken, blacken, lose lustre, tarnish. See alóm id. Ang buláwan walâ pagarúm, ápang ang tumbága nagaarúm. Gold does not lose its lustre, but pinchbeck does. (see itúm).


álhom

Hiligaynon

(H) Not burning well, that does not soon catch fire, difficult to light, said of green wood, wet leaves, tobacco, cigars, etc. Also used as a verb: to be or become difficult to light, etc. Alhom kaáyo iníng abáno. This cigars burns very badly. Naalhomán siá sang ákon abáno. He could not light the cigar I gave him, or he had difficulty in lighting my cigar. Dî mo pagpaalhomón ang tabákò. Be careful with the tobacco, lest it should get wet, burn badly or be difficult to light, (see arúm).


alóm

Hiligaynon

See álhom. (see arúm).


maalúm

Hiligaynon

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


barumbáda

Hiligaynon

To shake to and fro, wave, brandish, flourish; to walk about aimlessly, to wander about, to go from place to place, as if looking for something. Anó ang ginabarumbáda mo sang ímo bastón? For what reason are you flourishing your stick? Ibarumbáda ang ímo bastón, kay madulúm. Swing your stick (in front), for it is dark. Indì ka magbarumbáda dirí sa sulúd sang baláy. Don't wander about here in the house. Nagabarumbáda gid lang silá sa bánwa. They just stroll aimlessly about the town. Anó pa man ang ginabarumbáda mo, kay ári na ang tanán sa lamésa? What are you still fussing about; everything is already on the table?


maarúm

Hiligaynon

(B) See maalúm, maálhom-not burning well.


paarúm

Hiligaynon

(B) To darken, make dark, etc. See paalúm, paágdom. Nagapaarúm siá sang íya guyá. He knits his brows. He is scowling. Ginpaarúm sang ulán ang binángon. The rain blackened the bolo. The rain took the sheen off the bolo.


paarumátay

Hiligaynon

(B) To pretend to be dead, etc. See paalumátay.


parumátay

Hiligaynon

(B) To be as if dead, etc. See palumátay.


parumúy-rúmuy

Hiligaynon

Laziness, indolence; to be lazy, indolent, to idle away the time in useless diversions or amusements. (see ligóy, támad, tinamád, haráyháray).


sarumbálì

Hiligaynon

To move about in all directions as restless crowds of people, ants, etc. (see surumbálì id.).


surárum

Hiligaynon

(B) See sulálum.


tarúm

Hiligaynon

(B) To be sharp-edged, etc.; to be difficult to digest. (see talúm).


ádò

Hiligaynon

(H) To shake, swing, brandish, flourish (a weapon, or the like). (see barumbáda, túsay).


balábad

Hiligaynon

(H) To brandish, wave, flourish, to shake to and fro. Ibalábad mo ang binángon. Brandish the bolo. Balabádan (-áran) ko silá sang lipák. I will shake the piece of bamboo at them. (see labáy-lábay, barumbáda).


biád-bíad

Hiligaynon

To strut, walk about proudly with head thrown back; to walk about idly or aimlessly, promenade or go from place to place for lack of serious occupation. Tan-awá yanáng bugalón nga nagabiádbíad sa dálan. Look at that proud fellow who walks on the road with his head thrown back. Igò lang sa íya ang biádbíad. Igò lang siá sang biádbíad. He is only fit for promenading or for walking about idly. He does nothing but strolling, sauntering. (see báy-ad, liád-líad, barumbáda, sarabánda).


bordáhi

Hiligaynon

(Sp. bordada) Tack, the tacking of a ship; to wear ship, tack a ship, to put about; to go to and fro, roam about to no purpose. (see pakádto-pakarí, sarabánda, barumbáda).


buás

Hiligaynon

(H) To-morrow. Buás sa ága. To-morrow morning. Buás sa hápon. To-morrow afternoon or evening. Buás-or-sa buás mapamanílà akó. To-morrow I'll go to Manila. (see harúm-an).


hántub

Hiligaynon

Damp, moist, difficult to light, not easily inflammable; to be or become damp, etc. (see hát-ob, álhom, maálhom, maarúm).


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