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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).



ángkop

Hiligaynon

To close well, to shut or lock a door, etc. properly. Angkopá ang ganháan, ang ba-úl, talamwáan, etc. Lock the door, trunk, window, etc. Básì nga walâ siá dirâ sa íya hulút, kay naángkop ang mga bintánà. Perhaps he is not in his room, for the windows are shut. (see será, dápat, háom, háup).


ayád-áyad

Hiligaynon

(B) Fine, nice, pretty, beautiful, charming, handsome, comely, good-looking. Abáw kaayád-áyad ba! By Jove! How beautiful! (see maayó-áyo, matahúm, madálig, magayón, maámbong, maányag).


ba

Hiligaynon

Placed in the beginning of a sentence or alone as an exclamation "ba" with a rather long drawn-out "a", denotes a negation, non-conformity, aversion, contempt or dislike. Bah! Pshaw! Pooh! Whew! Ba, índì akó magpáti sinâ. Pshaw, I don't believe that. Ba, dáw sa butíg inâ. Pooh, that sounds like a lie.


ba

Hiligaynon

An exclamation placed usually at the end of a sentence after an adjective and giving that adjective a superlative value: Indeed! Really! Very much so! Truly! How--! Abáw, iníng baláy dakû ba! By Jove, look at this house, how large it is! Iníng balaligyáan maáka ba. What a lot of people deal at this shop!


bá-og

Hiligaynon

(B) A small fish often salted and dried. (see balingón, ugá, lamayó, binulád).


ba-óg

Hiligaynon

Gray, grey, of a dull colour; to be or become grey. Baóg ang íya nga báyò. His jacket is grey-coloured. Nabaóg ang íya delárgo. His trousers have gone grey or have faded (through use or age).


bá-og

Hiligaynon

Bad, foul, rotten, said of eggs, especially of those having a dead chicken inside; to spoil, become rotten or foul, to go bad (of eggs). Figuratively: unsuccessful, to no purpose; to be or become a failure. Nagbáog ang ítlog. The egg is bad. Mga ítlog nga báog. Rotten eggs. Báog nga táo. An unsuccessful man, one who is unlucky or meets with failure. Nagbáog ang íla nga katuyoán. Their plan or intention was not carried out, came to naught, was shelved, etc. Nabaógan gid silá sang íla nga ginkasugtánan. Their agreement was of short duration,-did not last long,-was soon forgotten.


ba-óng

Hiligaynon

A kind of creeper with edible roots.


bá-os

Hiligaynon

A deep boil or ulcer, particularly one in the groin or arm-pit.


bá-ot

Hiligaynon

(B) To be on good terms, have friendly intercourse with, treat in a friendly way; friendly intercourse, amicable relations. Walâ silá sing bá-ot or walâ silá pagbá-ot or walâ silá pagba-otáy. They are not on good terms with each other. Ginba-otán akó níla sing maáyo. They received me,-treated me, kindly,-were very good to me. (see ákup, abí-ábi, áblaw, hírup, hilitóhog, hiliúgyon, hibáot).


barághal

Hiligaynon

Coarse, rough, not fine, not well made or done. Barághal nga pagrára, paghabúl, pagsapíyo, pagtahî, etc. Rough or coarse wickerwork, weaving, planing, sewing, etc. Also used as a verb. Ginbarághal mo ang pagbúhat siníng lamésa. You made a rough job of this table. (see barúbal, bástos, bá-ul, patarásak, burághal, etc.).


bástos

Hiligaynon

(Sp. basto) Rude, boorish, caddish, uncultured; rough, coarse, unrefined, not well made or done, botched. Bástos nga táo. A low, mean, boorish fellow, a cad, a bumpkin. Bástos nga hénero. Coarse or rough cloth. Bástos nga batásan. Unrefined, rude, bad manners. (see barághal, bá-ul, manól, barúbal).


gáb-ul

Hiligaynon

(B) Half-cooked, underdone, not properly cooked, not well done, especially applied to peas and beans; to be underdone, etc. Gáb-ul pa ang kadiós kag ginbahít mo na. The cadios-beans are hard still, and yet you have taken them off the fire. Nagab-ulán akó siníng mga balátong. These beans are too hard for me. Indì mo pagpagab-ulón ang mga patáni, kóndì lagáon mo sing maáyo. Don't cook the beans insufficiently, but boil them well. (see alibútdan, lágdos, balotanóg).


hibá-ot

Hiligaynon

To be friendly or sympathetic, treat well, like each other, be on good terms. Nagahibá-ot gid iníng duhá ka bátà. These two children like each other very much. (see hírup, ábyan, bá-ot).


kahigarán

Hiligaynon

(H) Corners, nooks, out-of-the-way places. (higád; see binít, bá-id, duók, suók, hilít).


kaúl-ul

Hiligaynon

Stiffness of joints, etc. (see úl-ul, ól-ol, kaálay).


lúmang

Hiligaynon

To open (with another key) locks, etc.; to do on the sly, do-stealthily,-secretly. Ginlumángan níya ang ákon ba-úl sang íya lyábe. He opened my box with his key. Ilúmang akó ánay sang ímo lyábe sa ákon kandádo, kay nadúlà ang ákon lyábe. Kindly try to open my lock with your key, as my key is lost. Lumángi ang íya ba-úl sang ákon lyábe. Open his box with my key.


lutá-lutahán

Hiligaynon

Joint, articulation. As a figure of speech: Consideration, compassion, mercy. Walâ gid siá sing lutalutahán, ba. He is unbending, inflexible, without consideration. (see lutá).


(H) Tiresome, exhausting, tiring, fatiguing, toilsome, wearisome, causing fatigue. (pá-ul, pául).


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