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baúl

Hiligaynon

(Sp. baul) Trunk, box, case, travelling-case. (see kabán, káha, soklóban, tampípì, sulúdlan).



bául

Hiligaynon

Rough, not well made or done, botched, bungled, scamped; to do --, make --, perform --, something-, act-, unseemly, unsightly, in a coarse way, to make merely a rough outline. Baúla lang ánay ang laráwan kag ugáling limpiohón mo. First shape out the statue roughly and then trim it. Bául nga pamánday, panulát, etc. Rough carpentry, careless writing, etc. Bául nga inobrahán inâ. That is (was) rough work, not beautiful or fine work. (see barághal, barúbal, manól, bástos, akúlakúl, dagóldagól).


alábri

Hiligaynon

(H) Anything used for the purpose of opening, a key, etc. Also: The plural form of ábri (Sp. abrir) Diín ang alábri? Where is the key? Ang mga lampitáw nagalábri sang tanán níya nga mga baúl. The detectives opened all his boxes, (see lyábi).


alínton

Hiligaynon

To transfer, hand over, deliver to, hand down; come down to, be conveyed or transferred. Ang íya sinâ nga marágtas nagalínton sa áton sa sugíd-súgid sang mga mál-am. The history of that episode came down to us through the oral tradition of the old people. Ialínton ang baúl sa baláy. Transfer the box to the house or convey the box home. Ginalínton (ginpaalínton) ko ang ákon kasangkápan sa baláy. I transferred my equipment to the house. Ginpaalintonán kitá sang áton mga ginikánan sang íla nga mánggad. Our parents handed down to us their property. Ang mga Apóstoles nagpaalínton sa áton sing madámù nga mga kamatuóran nga walâ masulát sa sántos nga ebanhélyo. The Apostles handed down to us many truths that were not written in the gospel.


árka

Hiligaynon

(Sp. arca) Ark-of Noe,-of the covenant; chest, box, coffer, safe, trunk, casket. (see baúl, káha, sulúdlan).


balúskay

Hiligaynon

To rummage, etc. See balúkhay id. Baluskayá ang ímo korbáta sa baúl. Search for your tie in the trunk. Sín-o ang nagbalúskay sangákon pinutús?-Ang ímo pinutús ginbaluskayán (binaluskayán) sang mánghud mo sa pagusísà kon may binakál ikáw nga dólse. Who rummaged my parcel?-Your parcel was searched by your younger brother to find out whether you had bought some sweets.


baúl-bául

Hiligaynon

Anything which somewhat resembles a box or trunk.


baúl-baúl

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of bául-coarse, etc.


bítin

Hiligaynon

To draw-, pull-, lift-, haul-, up, hoist, to snatch with a swift motion. Bitína ang bátà. Lift up the child. Ang bátà nga putót ginabítin sa ság-ang. A stunted child is lifted by its chin. (A superstitious belief has it, that in this way the child is made to grow well). Bitíni akó sing isá ka bayóng. Draw up for me one bamboo container of water. Ibítin akó ánay siníng baúl. Kindly lift or haul up this box for me. Ginbítin níya ang sotána níya sang pagtabók níya sa subâ. When he crossed the river he raised his cassock. (see bátak, álsa, hákwat, baláking, N.B. "hákwat" is used more for lifting heavy loads, "bítin" for light articles).


búgsak

Hiligaynon

To put-, throw-, chuck-, down with some force, drop violently. Indì nínyo pagibúgsak ang baúl, kóndì ibutáng sing mahínay. Don't drop the box with violence, but put it down gently. Ginbúgsak (pinúsdak) níya ang bayóong kag nabúung ang mga botílya sa sulúd. He threw the bag down and the bottles inside broke. Bugsakí ang idô sing bató. Throw a stone down on the dog (with some force). (see púsdak, púgsak).


búhat

Hiligaynon

Deed, work, performance, act, action; to do, make, perform, accomplish, execute, fashion, turn out. Buháti akó sing delárgo, baúl, binangón, etc. Make me a pair of trousers, a trunk, a bolo, etc. Ibúhat mo akó sing kálò. Kindly make a hat for me. Iníng lugár, konó, pagabuhátan níla sing isá ka dakû nga baláy. In this spot, it is said, they are going to build a large house. Sín-o ang nagbúhat sinâ?-Akó amó ang nagbúhat.-Ngáa man nga ginbúhat mo? Who did that?-I did it.-Why did you do it? Usisáon mo sing maáyo ang mga binuhátan sináng táo. Inquire well into the doings of that man. Iníng mga káhoy ibúhat ko sa ákon baláy. These trees I'll make use of to build myself a house. Indì ka magbúhat sinâ. Don't do that. (see hímò, túga). Figuratively: Búhat na kon ginapaúlan ka sang ságad língkod. Stand up and move about, if you are getting cramped from sitting long.


bukás

Hiligaynon

(B) To open, unfold, unclose, make open, remove any fastening or obstruction from, as to open a door, a box, a case, etc.; to begin, commence, open (a school, a bridge, parliament, etc.). Bukasí ang panteón. Open the mortuary niche. Binukasán (binúksan) akó sang ganháan sang batâbátà. The servant boy opened the door for me. Ibukás akó siníng puérta, baúl, bintánà, etc. Please, open this door, box, window, etc. for me. Sa buás nga ádlaw pagabúksan ang buluthóan. To-morrow the school will be opened. Classes will commence (begin) to-morrow. Nabúksan na ang bág-o nga táytay. The new bridge is now open (to traffic, etc.). (see ábri).


burághal

Hiligaynon

Coarse, rough, not fine, mean, low, uncultured. (see manól, bástos, barághal, barúbal, bául, bukískis).


dúl-ung

Hiligaynon

To bring-, take-, to, transfer, transmit, convey, transport, carry, bear, post, ship, mail. Idúl-ung mo inâ sa Ilóngílong. Take or carry that to Iloilo. Ipadúl-ung mo inâ sa Ilóngílong. Send that to Iloilo. Dul-ungí ang ákon baláy siníng bág-o nga baúl. Convey this new trunk to my home. Dinul-ungán níla kamí sing isá ka gatús ka bílog nga páhò. They brought us a hundred mangoes. (see hatúd, dalá).


hákad

Hiligaynon

To take out the contents of, empty a box or the like, remove from a receptacle. Hakáda ang ákon ulús sa baúl, kay inanáyan. Take my clothes out of the trunk, for they have been attacked by white ants. Hakádi (-ári) akó sang kán-on sa kólon. Empty the rice out of the kettle for me. Ihákad ánay sang sulúd sang ákon maléta. Kindly take the things out of my suit-case. (see súkad-to ladle or scoop out rice from the pot, etc.).


hamút

Hiligaynon

Fragrance; perfume, odour, sweet smell, agreeable scent, fine aroma; fragrant, odoriferous, scented, aromatical; to smell sweet, be fragrant, odoriferous, redolent of, etc. Hamút nga habón, ágwa, etc. Scented soap, fragrant perfume, etc. Walâ sing hamút iníng pólbos. This powder is not scented. Naghamút na ang mga páhò. The mangoes have now begun to give out their delicious odour. Pahamutá ang baúl mo. Sprinkle some scent in your trunk. (see humút, ámion).


himát-on

Hiligaynon

(B) To know where to look for or lay one's hand on a thing, take from a known place. Himat-oní lang ang mga ságing dirâ sa aparadór. Just take the bananas there in the cupboard. Makahimát-on ka balá sang tinápay dirâ sa bakág sa ákon kwárto? Can you find the bread there in the basket in my room? Gintágò ko ang mamón sa baúl, ápang hinimat-onán gid sang mga bátà. I had the cake hidden in the trunk, but still the children knew where to find it. (see matá).


himulús

Hiligaynon

To be of use, serviceable, usable, remunerative, gainful, advantageous; to avail oneself of, take advantage of, make use of. Ang mga mahákug nagahimulús sang mga kalisúd sang ibán, agúd silá makamánggad. Selfish men take advantage of the difficulties of others in order to enrich themselves. Iníng mga manók índì mahimúslan (mahimulusán), kay may balatían. These chickens are of no use, for they are diseased. Walâ man níya paghimúsli ang pílak nga íya nabáton, kay nadúlà gid lang sa íya baúl. The money he received availed him nothing, for it just disappeared from his box. Pagahimúslan ko gid iníng dáan nga mga káhoy. I shall certainly make good use yet of this old lumber, (it will bring me yet some advantage or profit). Ginahimúslan níya sing dakû iníng mga tanúm sa búkid. He derives much profit from these plants on the mountain. (see pulús).


híom

Hiligaynon

To close, shut. Hióma ang bábà mo, ang ganháan, ang baúl, etc. Shut your mouth, the door, the trunk, etc. Ihíom akó ánay sang bintánà. Kindly close the window. (see kípot, dápat, háop, háom).


húgum

Hiligaynon

To steep in, pervade, diffuse, saturate with (odours, etc.). Ang kahumút sang habón naghúgum sa mga panápton nga sa sulúd sang baúl. The scent of the soap suffused the clothes in the trunk. Nahugúman ang íya ulús sang bahô sang binódo. Her clothes are saturated with the smell of salt fish. Ihúgum (ipahúgum) iníng pahumút sa ákon mga panápton. Scent my clothes with this perfume. Nahúgum gid siá sang amó nga pagtoloóhan. He is steeped in that creed-or: He is a votary of that creed. (see lúgum, húpug).


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