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báyhon

Hiligaynon

Form, shape, figure, appearance, guise, outline, species. Yárà dirâ si Hesukrísto sa báyhon sang tinápay. Jesus Christ is present there under the species of bread. Ang manunúlay nagpalapít sa íya sa báyhon sang isá ka ábyan. The tempter approached him in the guise of a friend. (see dágway).



etc. From bayó-to pound (rice).


bolobáyhon

Hiligaynon

Mediocre, middling, ordinary, indifferent, average, passable, tolerable, pretty, fair, not so bad, so-so, satisfactory, neither large nor small, neither ugly nor beautiful, neither very good nor very bad. (see báyhon, gáwa),


dágway

Hiligaynon

(H) Form, figure, image, likeness, appearance, outline, shape, species, conformation, cut, contour, look, aspect, phase, seeming, guise, semblance. Sa dágway sang --. In the form,-figure,-etc., of --. Sa idálum sang dágway sang tinápay kag bíno nga nakonsagrahán nahámtang ang matúod nga láwas kag dugô ni Hesukrísto. Under the species,-appearances,-forms,-etc. of consecrated bread and wine there is present the true body and blood of Jesus Christ. (see báyhon).


duág

Hiligaynon

Colour; form, figure, outline, appearance, shape; to colour. Ang íya báyò naduagán (dinuagán) sing mapulá. Her dress was coloured red. (see kolór, pinta, dágway, báyhon).


fórma

Hiligaynon

(Sp.) Form, shape, figure, mould, cast; wafer, host; model, type, pattern. (see dágway, báyhon, kahalimbáwà, huluáran).


gálhom

Hiligaynon

(H) A silhouette, phantom, a dim, shadowy, obscure outline or figure, an indistinct form seen in the dark; dim, undefined, ill-defined, blurred; to glimpse, show in vague outline. Sang paglakát námon sang las dóse ang gáb-i sa Ilóngílong may nakítà kamí nga isá ka táo nga nagagálhom sa higád sang dálan. When we were walking at twelve o'clock at night to Iloilo, we caught a glimpse of a man at the side of the road. (see dágway, báyhon).


pamáyhon

Hiligaynon

Freq. of báyhon-form, shape, outward appearance, etc.


pigúra

Hiligaynon

(Sp. figura) Figure, form, shape, outline, exterior aspect. (see dágway, báyhon, hitsúra, tsúri).


táp-ok

Hiligaynon

To disperse, scatter, fly off in a cloud of dust. Kon báyhon (bayohón, báywon) ang humáy nga háp-og magatáp-ok ang íya upá. When brittle rice is pounded the husks fly off in a cloud of dust. Natap-okán kamí sang yáb-ok. We were surrounded by (enveloped in) a cloud of dust. (see alintabó, ápok, ásik, etc.).


bayhónan

Hiligaynon

Shapely, handsome, pretty, good-looking, of good appearance.


dahól-dahól

Hiligaynon

(B) Pretty well, rather much, satisfactory, average, tolerable; to be pretty well off, to do or act in a satisfactory manner. (see bolobáyhon, dawâdawâ, hingánhingán, gáwa).


gáwa

Hiligaynon

Somewhat, rather, middling, considering, mediocre, passable, tolerable, not very much or excellent, but still somehow satisfactory under the circumstances. Komústa ka man karón?-Maáyo na akó gáwa. How are you now?-I am pretty well. Maáyo na man ang ímo palatikángan?-A, dílì maáyo gid, ápang, húo, maáyo na gáwa. Is your business running very well now?-Oh, no, not very well, but, yes, passably well. Malápad gáwa ang ímo umá. Your field is rather wide. Madámù gáwa ang nagtalámbong. A rather large crowd attended. (see bolobáyhon).