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ayá-ay

Hiligaynon

The neap-tide, lowest tide.



ayá-ay

Hiligaynon

Scarce, rare, uncommon, seldom seen, seldom met with, hard to get; to be or become scarce, etc. Ayá-ay-or-nagaayá-ay ang ísdà sa karón nga túig. This year fish is scarce. (see íwat, hínà).


aláy-ay

Hiligaynon

To carry in-, support with-, one's arms, a child, sick person or the like, the person carried or supported assuming a leaning or half-lying position. Ginaaláy-ay níya ang masakít níya nga ilóy. She supports with her arms her sick mother. Alay-ayá ang bátà. Carry the baby in your arms. Ialáy-ay akó ánay siníng pilasón. Kindly support this wounded man with your arms. Paaláy-ayá siá sang masakit. Let him support the sick person.


hamíl-ay

Hiligaynon

To nurse, look after, attend to, take care of a child, a sick person and the like. Ginahamíl-ay níya si nánay. She is attending to mother. Hamil-ayá si tátay mo. Take care of your father. Ihamíl-ay akó siníng mga bátà. Please take care of these children for me. Maghamíl-ay ka sa masakít. Look after the sick person. (see tátap, sagúd).


kaayá-ay

Hiligaynon

Scarcity, dearth, lack, want, need. (see ayá-ay).


lántong

Hiligaynon

Full or highest tide, spring-tide. (see ayá-ay-neap-tide).


lás-ay

Hiligaynon

Insipidity, mawkishness, tastelessness; to be, make or become insipid, mawkish, unappetizing, tasteless, abominable, disgusting. Walâ gid sing lás-ay iníng pagkáon. This food has nothing of insipidity about it. This food tastes fine or nice. Naglás-ay iníng bíno, kay nasimbúgan sing hinébra. This wine has lost its flavour, for it has been mixed with gin. Nalas-ayán akó sa íya. He is abominable to me. I am disgusted with him. Las-ayá lang ang íla pagkáon, kay támà kadalók sa íla. Make their food tasteless, because they are too greedy. Linas-ayán (pinalas-ayán) akó níla dídto sing pagkáon. They gave me there tasteless or insipid food. Urúton (Saídon) mo iní sang káon karón, kay sa buás magalás-ay. Eat this up now, for to-morrow it will be stale, vapid, mawkish, unappetizing, flat. (see báng-aw, pán-os, lán-o, maláin, etc.).


láway, or láw-ay

Hiligaynon

Ugliness, repulsiveness, nastiness, meanness, hideousness, obscenity; to be or become ugly, repulsive, hideous, forbidding, etc. Nagláw-ay ang íya nga pangguyáhon. The expression on his face become ugly. Ginláw-ay níya ang pagpuní sang baláy. He decorated his house in a tasteless manner. Law-ayá ang íya nga maskará, agúd magkahádluk ang makakítà sa íya. Make his mask horrible in order that those that see him may be scared.


palás-ay

Hiligaynon

To make distasteful, give one a distaste for or a dislike of, cause antipathy, avert from, cause to become disgusted with, induce a sense of loathing. Ipalás-ay sa íya ang batásan sináng táo. Bring him to detest that man's character. Palas-ayá siá, agúd dílì na siá magpadáyon sang íya mga pagdúaw dídto. Tell him something to make him disgusted, so that he may discontinue his visits there. Bisán anó ang hámbal mo índì ka makapalás-ay sa ákon sa kay Fuláno. Whatever you may say, you will not be able to make me dislike N.N. (pa, lás-ay).


paláw-ay

Hiligaynon

(H) To make ugly, hideous, etc. Palaw-ayá ang íya guyá, agúd índì na siá makilála sang mga táo. Make his face so ugly (Make him look hideous) that people may not recognize him any more. Ipaláw-ay sa íya iníng úling. Make him look hideous with this charcoal. (pa, láw-ay).


sáklay

Hiligaynon

To take or carry in one's arms, put one's arms round, hug, embrace. Saklayá (sal-ayá) ang masakít nga bátà. Take the sick child in your arms. Ginsáklay (Ginsál-ay) níya sa dakû nga kasubô ang bángkay sang íya anák. In her intense grief she took the corpse of her child in her arms. (see sál-ay, sákbay, sápnay, púgus, hakús).


sál-ay

Hiligaynon

To put one's arms under another's back, let another recline on one's arms, to support or carry in the arms (putting one arm under a person's back and one under the knees, as is often done in taking up a sleeping baby, lifting a sick person, a corpse, or the like). Ginsál-ay ni María Santísima ang bángkay sang Aton Ginóo. The Blessed Virgin Mary supported the dead body of Our Lord. Sal-ayá ang masakít nga táo. Put your arms under the sick man's back (and lift him up). Sinál-ay níya sing mahínay ang bátà nga nagakatulúg. She gently lifted the sleeping child. (see aláy-ay, hamíl-ay).


súk-ay

Hiligaynon

To dig, to turn up earth, etc. Suk-ayá ang dútà. Turn up the earth. Ginasúk-ay níla ang dútà. They are raking or turning up the earth. Isúk-ay sa dútà iníng sadól. Use this hoe to turn up the soil with.