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bátyag

Hiligaynon

See bátiag.



bátì

Hiligaynon

To feel, have sensation, suffer. Mabúg-at kaáyo ang íya nga pagbátì. He is very seriously ill or suffers much. Anó ang ginabátì mo? What do you feel? What is ailing you? Ginbátì ko ang kasakít sa dúghan ko. I felt a pain in the chest. (see bátiag, bátyag).


bátiag

Hiligaynon

To feel, sense, perceive, become aware of, notice, have a sensation, suffer, be indisposed or ill. Tungúd sang lakás nga pagdúmug mo karón pagabatiagón mo gid sa buás ang kasakít sang láwas mo. On account of your wrestling so much you will surely ache all over tomorrow. May ginabátiag siá. He is indisposed, feels a little ill. Sa hinálì nakabátiag akó sing dakû nga kasakít sa ákon kílid. Suddenly I felt great pain in the side. Ipabátiag mo ang látigo sa matámad nga karabáw. Give the lazy buffalo a taste of your whip. Kon matúod ang ímo ginasilíng magabátiag si nánay sing dakû nga kalípay. If what you say is true, mother will feel very glad. (see bátyag, bátì).


mabinatyágon

Hiligaynon

Sentimental, sensible, sensitive, feeling, easily affected, delicate, susceptible of a sensation or feeling. (see bátyag, balatyágon).


alísbong

Hiligaynon

Odour, smell, scent, perfume, emanation, vapour emanating from the ground, flowers, etc.; to smell, give off a smell, to exhale, be odoriferous. Anáno nga alísbong ang ginabátyag ko dirí? What kind of smell do I notice here? Anó ang nagapangalísbong? What is smelling? Abáw, nagapangalísbong ka ba! Ah, how strong you smell of scent! (see ósbong, súbung, sungáw).


bahô

Hiligaynon

A stench, stink, an obnoxious or offensive smell; stinking: to stink, emit an offensive smell. Anáno nga banhô ang ginabátyag ko dirí? What sort of stench do I notice here? Banô na iníng ísdà. This fish smells bad already. Ang binóro nagabahô. Pickled fish has a strong smell. Nabahoán kamí sang ilagâ nga patáy. We were annoyed by the stench coming from the dead rat.


disgústo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. disgusto) Disgust, repugnance, dislike, aversion, displeasure; to disgust, offend, dislike, displease, annoy, vex, bother, fret, irritate, tire, try the patience of, have a grudge against. Nagadisgústo akó sa íya. I am disgusted at him. Ginpadisgústo níya akó. He annoyed me, caused me displeasure. Indì mo siá paghatágan sing disgústo. Don't cause him annoyance or displeasure. Walâ akó mangákig kag walâ man akó magbátyag sing disgústo sa íya tungúd sang íya nga ginhímò. What he did neither made me angry nor did it cause me annoyance. (see lás-ay, kalás-ay).


dumút

Hiligaynon

Hatred, hate, spite, odium, antipathy, aversion, spleen, acrimony, detestation, animosity, enmity; to hate, abominate, detest, bear malice. May dumút siá sa ákon. He has a spite against me. He bears me malice. Nagadumút siá sa ákon-or-ginadúmtan níya akó. He hates me. Ipadumút mo sa íya ang maláut nga batásan. Teach him to detest bad habits. Nagadumtánay silá. They hate each other. Ginbátyag ko ang isá ka dakû nga dumút sa íya, ápang gintágò ko lámang. I felt a great detestation for him, but kept it hidden. (see ákig-anger; aligótgot-spite, resentment, grudge; kahísà, kahíkaw-envy, grudge, spite; kasílag-hot blood, rage, ill feeling).


dungkúl-dúngkul

Hiligaynon

Dim. of dúngkul. Also: to lie like a log. Nagapandungkúldúngkul siá; sa ákon bántà may ginabátyag siá nga balatían. I think he is ill; he lies there so quietly (like a log).


hugúng

Hiligaynon

Hard, heavy, grave, serious (of work, disease, difficulties, etc.); to be or become serious, etc. Sa hugúng nga kabúdlay--. With hard work--. Hugúng na, konó, ang íya balatían. His disease, they say, is serious now. Naghugúng ang íya ginabátyag. His sickness has become serious. He feels seriously or dangerously ill. (see sugúng).


hunágay

Hiligaynon

To feel relieved, improve, get better, be more at ease. Nagahunágay na ang ginháwa ko, kay nakainúm akó sing bulúng. I feel relieved now, for I have taken some medicine. Nagahunágay na ang ginabátyag ko. I have not so much pain now-or-I am feeling better. (see hagánhágan).


ígong

Hiligaynon

To groan, moan. Nagaígong siá. He is moaning. Ginigóngan akó níya. He moaned in my presence, or at me. Iígong mo lang, agúd maghagánhágan ang ímo pagbátyag. Just groan softly, to relieve your feelings.


ígong

Hiligaynon

To groan, moan. Nagaígong siá. He is moaning. Ginigóngan akó níya. He moaned in my presence, or at me. Iígong mo lang, agúd maghagánhágan ang ímo pagbátyag. Just groan softly, to relieve your feelings.


mamág-an

Hiligaynon

Light, airy, easy to bear or carry, not heavy or weighty. Mamág-an ang íya lúlan, pagbátyag, panghunâhúnà, etc. His burden is light, he is much better or feels only a slight pain, his mind is at ease, etc. (see mág-an, mabúg-at-heavy).


may

Hiligaynon

There is or exists; to have. May ulán. There is rain. It rains. May lángit kag inpiérno. There is a heaven and a hell. Heaven and hell exist. May kwárta siá. He has money. May baláy siá nga kaugalíngon. He has a house of his own. May ginabátyag siá. He has a feeling of sickness. He feels sick. May duhá siá ka útud. He has two brothers. Malúyag akó nga may áwto akó. I should like to have (own, possess) an automobile. Sa may káhoy--. There where the tree stands--. Sa may pílak mahulás iní. This is easy for one who has money. Sa may upúd siá ukón sa walâ--. Whether he has a companion or no--. At all events, whether with, or without, a companion--. Sa may ulán kag sa may ínit--. In rain or (and) shine--. Kon may pílak lang akó--. If I only had (the) money--. Sang may mánggad pa akó--. When I was still wealthy (rich)--. Sa may lúyag ikáw ukón (kag) sa walâ--. Whether you like or not (nolens volens)--. (see walá-no, none, there is not, does not exist).


naga

Hiligaynon

A prefix denoting the present tense active (transitive and intransitive), e.g. Nagahámpang, nagabása, etc. siá. He is playing, reading, etc. Nagahunâhúnà akó nga--. I think that--. Si nánay nagahímos sang panyága. Mother is getting dinner ready. Nagapabugál silá. They are proud. Nagahalín na silá. They are leaving now. Nagadulúm na ang kalibútan. It is getting dark. Nagabahâ ang subâ. The river is in flood. Daw sa nagabúg-at na ang íya ginabátyag. It seems that his condition is becoming serious.


palúya

Hiligaynon

To weaken, make weak; feign or pretend weakness. Nagapalúya gid lang siá sang íya láwas sa labíng diótay nga ginabátyag. He pretends great weakness for the slightest indisposition. Ang mabáskug nga pangabúdlay nagpalúya sang íya láwas. Hard work made-his body weak,-him feeble. Paluyáha siá. Weaken him. (pa, lúya).


pangílkig

Hiligaynon

To scrape or rub with a rough fish-skin, to rub and make smooth with the skin of a crocodile, etc., to smooth as with glass paper; to cause a creepy, uncanny sensation, to shock, take aback. Pinangilkigán siá kag nagbátyag sing dakû gid nga kahádluk. A creepy sensation stole over him and he felt great fear. (see kílkig).


pasayáng-sayáng

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of pasayáng. Dílì gid ángay kag dílì siá dápat magpasayánsayáng sa pagtámbong sa amó nga katipúnan. It is not proper and she must not parade herself by going to that party. Ginbátyag níya ang dakû nga kahangáwà sa pagpasayáng-sayáng sang íya mga panghunâhúnà kag katuyoán. He was very much afraid (that he might be led) to show (betray) his thoughts and plans. Indì mo ipasayáng-sayáng ang ímo pagkasampáton. Don't parade your accomplishments.


sákrò

Hiligaynon

Ill, evil, disease, sickness, illness; to make-sick,-ill. Andam ka, agúd índì ka pagsakroón liwán. Take care or you will get sick again. Si Fuláno ginsákrò sang isá ka simána kag túbtub karón ginasákrò pa siá gihápon. (Si Fuláno ginsákrò kang isaráng simána kag ásta tulád kadyá ginasákrò tána angód). N.N. was taken ill a week ago and up till now he is still unwell. Ang sinámbit nga mga sákrò amó ang íya ginabátyag. The ills mentioned are precisely those he is suffering from. (see sángkò, masakít, molomasakít).


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