Search result(s) - báid

báid

Hiligaynon

(B) Corner, angle, nook, back-yard, ground at the side and back of a building. Ibutáng mo ang síya sa báid or pabaída (-ira) ang síya. Place the chair in the corner. Sa báid sang subâ. At the bend of the river, in the angle formed by the bend of the river. Ang báid sang baláy. The grounds immediately attached to a house, except those in front of it. (see higád, pamúsud, doók, soók, binít).



báid

Hiligaynon

To sharpen, grind, hone, whet. Baíra (baída) ang kotsílyo. Sharpen the knife. Ibáid akó sang ákon binángon. Kindly whet my bolo for me. (see patalúm, balít, táhad, báhad).


balít

Hiligaynon

To whet, grind, sharpen, hone, put an edge on; to incite, urge, set on. Balitá ang labáha (nabáha). Sharpen the razor. Ibalít akó ánay sang ákon nabáha. Please, sharpen my razor for me. Indì mo siá pagbalitón sa pagpakigáway. Don't incite him to fight. (see báid).


galít

Hiligaynon

(H) To provoke, excite, nettle, sting, enrage, exasperate, tease, irritate, make angry. Indì mo akó paggalitón. Don't make me angry. Gingalít níya ang ákon idô nga nagalokó sa báid. He teased the dog that was lying in the corner. Indì ka maggalít siníng karabáw, kay magasúngay (magapanúngay). Don't enrage this buffalo, for he will strike with his horns. (see balít).


hál-id

Hiligaynon

To litter, throw down-, spread-, scatter-, in disorder. Ihál-id lang sa báid ang mahígkò nga panápton. Just throw your dirty linen in the corner. Indì ka maghál-id sang mga papél sa salúg. Don't litter the floor with those papers. Hal-idí (-irí) ang pamúsud sang hulút siníng mga ulúnan. Throw these pillows in the corner of the room. (see dúm-ok, háb-on).


hán-us

Hiligaynon

A stroke, cut, lash; to throw, push, poke, knock, thrust; strike, beat. Ihán-us iní sa báid. Throw this into the corner. Ginhán-us níya siá sa díngding. He thrust him against the wall. (see banál, lámba, lámpus, habúy, pilák, bálbal, bákol, hánot).


higád

Hiligaynon

(H) Side, edge, rim, border, corner, verge, margin, outskirts, place away from the center. Sa higád sang dálan. At the side of the road. Nagapanghigád silá sa dálan. Nagalakát silá sa higád sang dálan. They are walking at the side of the road. Sa bisán diín nga higád--. Anywhere--. In any out-of-the-way place. (see binít, báid, hilít, soók, toók, doók, pamúsud, bígki, bíbì).


hilít

Hiligaynon

Side, border, rim, corner, edge, outer limit, out-skirts, out-of-the-way place. (see binít, higád, báid, doók).


kúlyap

Hiligaynon

The sharp, fine steel edge of a knife or weapon; to make very thin, to sharpen, hone, whet. (see báid, kulyápis).


lág-id

Hiligaynon

See lágid. (see báid).


lihít

Hiligaynon

Corner, side, surroundings, environs. (see binít, kílid, báid, soók, doók, hilít).


paibók

Hiligaynon

(B) To scarcely stir, to sit still, to look about quietly. Nagapaibók gid lang siá sa báid. He sits in the corner without stirring. He looks quietly on. (see pahimúyong, pabánok, hípus).


baidán

Hiligaynon

(B) Hone, whetstone, grind-stone, oil-stone. (see bairán, balalítan).


bairán

Hiligaynon

(H) Hone, whetstone, grind-stone, oil-stone. (see baidán).


umál

Hiligaynon

Worn out, old, useless, of no use, unserviceable, said especially of pointed or edged iron tools. Umál nga kotsílyo. An old, useless knife. Ang binángon nga mahábul magatalúm liwán kon mabáid, ápang ang binángon nga umál índì na mamátì sa bairán, kóndì kinahánglan nga itúgyan sa manugsálsal. A blunt bolo will get sharp again, if honed, but a worn out bolo no longer answers to the hone; it must be handed over to the blacksmith. (omál id.).


talúm

Hiligaynon

(H) Sharpness, keenness (of edge); to be, become or make keen, sharp, cut well. Nagtalúm na ang súndang, kay ginbáid níya. The knife is sharp now, for he has honed it. Talumá ("patalumá" better) ang binángon. Sharpen the bolo. Ipatalúm mo ang wásay sa manugsálsal. Get the smith to put a sharp edge on the hatchet.


umál

Hiligaynon

Worn out, old, useless, of no use, unserviceable, said especially of pointed or edged iron tools. Umál nga kotsílyo. An old, useless knife. Ang binángon nga mahábul magatalúm liwán kon mabáid, ápang ang binángon nga umál índì na mamátì sa bairán, kóndì kinahánglan nga itúgyan sa manugsálsal. A blunt bolo will get sharp again, if honed, but a worn out bolo no longer answers to the hone; it must be handed over to the blacksmith. (omál id.).