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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).



bitín

Hiligaynon

A kind of large snake, living mostly in trees. It swoops down and hauls up its victim; hence the name. (bítin).


bitín-bítin

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of bítin. To raise slightly, etc. Also: To tuck up-, raise-, clothes slightly in order to be able to walk fast. (see baláking).


ádat

Hiligaynon

Acridity, pungency, sharpness, bitterness; to be or become sour, sharp, bitter, hot, biting, acid, pungent, acrid. Ang nagakáon sing búnga nga línghod sang kabúgaw maadátan. He who eats unripe fruit of a pomelo tree will find it very bitter. Ang sabór siníng kabúgaw nagpaádat sang ákon dílà. The taste of this pomelo was like acid on my tongue. Naadátan ang tutúnlan ko. I feel a biting in my throat. (árat id.).


áp-ap

Hiligaynon

To bite off a piece, to eat by snaps and snatches, to devour fruit greedily without taking the trouble of peeling it beforehand, etc. Ap-apá lang ang páhò páti bákal. Just devour the mango together with its stone by biting off a small bit at a time. Ap-apí sing diótay ang tinápay. Take a small bite out of the bread. Indì ka magáp-ap (mangáp-ap) sang ímo ginakáon súbung sang isá ka idô. Don't snap at your food like a dog. (see áb-ab, ikíb, ínkib, kíbkib, etc.).


áplod

Hiligaynon

Sourness, bitterness, acridity, acidity, acerbity, sharpness; to be or become sour, bitter, acrid, acid, acerb, biting, etc. Ginaaplodán (-orán) kitá sang kalabánan sang mga búnga nga línghod. Most unripe fruits are bitter to us. Naaplodán akó siníng kamúnsil. This camunsel-fruit is too acrid for me or the eating of this camunsel-fruit has given me an acid taste in my mouth.


búgnaw

Hiligaynon

Cold, chill, chilliness, coolness; frigidity, freshness; to be or become cool, fresh, frigid, chilly, keen, bleak, raw, nipping, piercing, bitter, biting, cutting, chill. Ang túbig nagbúgnaw sa bangâ. The water has cooled in the water-jar. Ginpabúgnaw níla sa hángin ang túbig nga inínit. They cooled the hot water in the fresh air. Ipabúgnaw mo akó siníng kapé, kay índì akó kaúyon sang kapé nga lakás kaínit. Kindly cool this coffee for me, for I do not like coffee that is too hot. Nabugnawán akó siníng hángin. This wind is quite refreshing. I feel (comfortably) fresh in this wind. Nagabúgnaw na ang íya gúgma. His love is growing cold. (see túgnaw, lamíg, ramíg, yamíg).


gíska

Hiligaynon

To be or become harsh, severe, cutting, sharp, biting, incisive, trenchant (of speech). (see ísug, padás, parás).


gús-ab

Hiligaynon

To bite, snap, nip, gnaw, champ, manch, crunch, craunch, nibble (a bone or the like). Gingus-abán sang idô iníng túl-an. The dog has gnawed this bone. Halá, gus-abá lang sing maáyo ang ímo báyò, kay madámù ang pílak mo nga inugbalakál! You just bite the sleeve of your jacket, as you have so much money to buy (a new) one! (sarcastically said to children biting their sleeves in anger or disappointment). Ipagús-ab lang sa idô iníng mga túl-an. Give these bones to the dog to gnaw. Andamí ang idô, kay daw buót siá maggús-ab sang ímo pusúpusuán. Beware of the dog, for he looks as if he means to nip you in the calf of the leg.


hálang

Hiligaynon

To be sharp, pungent, biting (of taste; see káhan, hárang).


hápdì

Hiligaynon

A sensation of great pain, a smart, an acute, sharp or biting pain; to smart, cause a sharp or acute pain (by the stroke of a whip, etc.). Nagahápdì iníng pilás ko. This wound of mine is smarting. Ginahapdián siá sang kagát sang idô. He is in great pain from the dog's bite. Indì mo pagpahapdión ang íya pilás kon tambalán mo. Avoid causing his wound to smart, when you apply remedies. Kon haplikán ka sang látigo magahápdì ang lábhag. When you receive a flick of a whip the weal smarts. (see sakít).


hárang

Hiligaynon

(B) Sharp, hot, biting, pungent, peppery, acrid, acerb, burning the tongue; to be acrid, pungent, acerb, etc. (of taste). Akó sing ákon sa gihápon ginaharángan sang katúmbal, ápang ang ibán nga naánad na sa pagkáon sinâ walâ pagaharángi. I myself always feel the burning taste of chili, but others that are accustomed to eat it do not find it hot. (see káhang, káhan).


kagát

Hiligaynon

The shears of a lobster, shrimp or the like; to bite, snap, nip, grip, seize with the teeth or with the equivalent of teeth; to catch hold (of inanimate things). Ang mga idô nagakadtánay (for nagakagatánay). The dogs are biting each other. Ang lánsang nagakagát na. The nail has now a firm grip or hold. Ginkagát (kinagát) ang bátà sang báboy. The child was bitten by the pig. Ang ginkádtan (kinádtan) sang idô naghubág. The place bitten by the dog swelled up.


kasuáyan

Hiligaynon

Quarrelling, bickering and biting; things fought or quarrelled about. (súay; see kasúay, kasuayón).


libák

Hiligaynon

Detraction, disparagement, depreciation, vilification, obloquy, defamation, aspersion, traducement, backbiting, speaking ill of, running down; to detract, derogate, disparage, decry, depreciate, run down, vilify, vilipend, malign, belittle, asperse, pull to pieces, cast aspersions on, blacken, backbite, traduce, defame, speak ill of, talk about the faults of others with injury to their reputation. Indì ka maglibák. Do not detract. Indì mo siá paglibakón. Do not talk about his faults. Ginlibák níya akó. He injured my reputation. Indì mo pagilibák sa íya ináng diótay níya nga mga kakulángan. Don't bring up against him those little short-comings of his. Dî maísip nga mga kalaínan ang saráng mahátag sa isá ka bánwa sang amó nga mga paglibák kag pagbutángbútang. Untold are the evils that may be brought upon a town by such defamations and calumnies. (see híkay, múlay).


maáglot

Hiligaynon

Harsh, grating, gritty, said of the sound produced e.g. by biting grit hidden in bread and the like. (áglot).


maáplod

Hiligaynon

Astringent, acrid, acerb, piquant, pungent, bitter, tart, sharp, hot or biting to the taste. (see áplod).


Slanderous, backbiting, reviling, calumniating, libellous. (butángbútang).


makáhan

Hiligaynon

Sharp, acerb, acid, acrid, bitter, burning, astringent, hot or biting to the taste. (see káhan).


malibákon

Hiligaynon

Detracting, disparaging, backbiting, scandal-mongering, talebearing, talking evil of one's neighbour. (see libák).