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bánas

Hiligaynon

A trail, path, foot-path, track; to be worn into a trail or path. May bánas dirâ? Is there a trail or foot-path? Iníng lugár nagbánas sa daláyon nga ági sang táo. This place has been worn into a track by the constant passing of men. (see baginás).



alíhid

Hiligaynon

Side, edge, border; to pass along the side of, to go in a parallel line along the border of, to take a side-track. Magalíhid lang kamó sa pángpang. Just pick your way along the bank. Kon madámù ang lúnang sa dálan saráng kamó makaalíhid sa isá ka bánas. If there should be much mud on the road, you can take the footpath at the side of it. Metaphorically: Nagapangalíhid siá sa mga kadalagkuán. He avoids contact with high-class folks, holds aloof from them, keeps his distance in their presence.


baginás

Hiligaynon

A trail, footpath, track, (see bánas, dalán-dálan, alágyan).


dálan

Hiligaynon

Road, street, way, course, route, track, pathway, causeway, highway, thoroughfare, path, passage. (see bánas, baginás, alágyan).


ínas

Hiligaynon

To go or pass over frequently, repeatedly, as over a path, a book, a lesson, etc.; to harden by being gone over, as a road, etc. Naínas na ang dálan. The road is now trodden hard. Ginínas ko yanáng líbro. I had often gone through that book-or-I perused it many times-or-I studied it well. Inása iníng alágyan. Make this footpath hard by going frequently over it. Pagainásan ka gid sing bánas sa ímo nga talámnan, kon índì ka magpatíndog sing maáyo nga kodál. You will certainly have a footpath trodden through your field, unless you erect a strong fence. (see hánas).


holóng-hólong

Hiligaynon

To look about curiously, inquisitively, warily, narrowly, or closely. Anó ang ginaholónghólong mo nga daw haló? Why are you looking about so curiously like an iguana? Indì ka magholónghólong kon umatúbang ka sa punoán. Don't look about curiously, when you are in presence of one in authority. Holóngholóngi sing maáyo, kay básì may dalíngag sa bánas. Look out well or carefully, for there may be sharp thorns on the path. (see lísi, lisílísi).


ínas

Hiligaynon

To go or pass over frequently, repeatedly, as over a path, a book, a lesson, etc.; to harden by being gone over, as a road, etc. Naínas na ang dálan. The road is now trodden hard. Ginínas ko yanáng líbro. I had often gone through that book-or-I perused it many times-or-I studied it well. Inása iníng alágyan. Make this footpath hard by going frequently over it. Pagainásan ka gid sing bánas sa ímo nga talámnan, kon índì ka magpatíndog sing maáyo nga kodál. You will certainly have a footpath trodden through your field, unless you erect a strong fence. (see hánas).


banása

Hiligaynon

A kind of shrub with small rose-coloured flowers.