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inínsik

Hiligaynon

Chinese, Chinese customs, manner, language, way of living, etc.; to speak Chinese. Maálam ka balá maginínsik? Do you know how to speak Chinese?-or-can you speak Chinese? (see ínsik).



ka

Hiligaynon

(H) Personal pronoun, often used for ikáw-you (singular). Sín-o ka balá? Who are you? Diín ka makádto? Where are you going to? Ginbayáran ka na níya sang íya útang sa ímo? Has he paid you what he owed you?


kádto

Hiligaynon

(H) To go there, go somewhere not quite near. Diín ka makádto? Where are you going? Diín ka magkádto? Where did you go to?-or-Where have you been? May kadtoán balá ikáw? Perhaps you have to go somewhere? Kadtoí siá. Go to him. N.B. The particle "pa" is often prefixed to "kádto" without additional meaning. Ang pagpakádto kag pagpakarí. The journey to and fro-or-there and back.


kaín

Hiligaynon

(H) To go somewhere; to do, be, fare, come to, amount to, end, result. Makaín gid balá inâ? Where will it end? What will it finally come to or amount to? Makaín ka? Where are you going to? Ginkaín mo ang ákon lápis? Where did you put my pencil? (see anó).


kakás

Hiligaynon

To wash away-, take out-, dissolve-, a stain, or the like. Butangí sing agás, agúd makakás ang pínta. Apply some kerosene to remove the stain of paint. Anó balá ang maáyo nga ikakás ko sa siní nga bulíng? What is the best for removing-, taking out-, this stain? Kakasá ang mga dágtà nga tínta sa ímo kamót. Wash the ink-stains off your hand. Indì akó makakakás siníng bulíng (índì ko makakás iníng bulíng) sa túbig. I cannot get this stain out with water. Kakasí akó sináng mga dágtà sa ákon delárgo. Wash those stains out of my trousers. Ikakás akó sináng hígkò sa ákon báyò. Please wash that dirt off my jacket.


káwat

Hiligaynon

(H) Stealth, secrecy, wiliness, slyness, craftiness; to steal, rob, commit theft, take, pilfer, filch, pinch, nab, prig, appropriate unlawfully. Sa káwat. Secretly. On the sly. Stealthily, craftily, cunningly. Sín-o balá ang nagkáwat sang ákon taknáan? Who has stolen my watch? Indì ka magkáwat (mangáwat). Don't steal. Kinawátan si Fuláno sing duhá ka mángmang. N.N. had two pesos stolen from him. Indì mo pagbáklon ang mga butáng nga nahibál-an mo nga kináwat. Don't buy things you know are stolen. (see tákaw, káwtì, tíkas).


kíbyas

Hiligaynon

To strike at a tangent, miss the centre, hit only the edge or corner, graze; missing the centre, grazing, hitting or cutting the edge. Indì mo pagpakibyasán sang binángon ang kawáyan, kóndì biálon mo sa tungâ. Don't strike to one side the bamboo with the bolo, but split it in the middle. Nagkíbyas lang ang bála sa íya bútkon. The bullet merely grazed his arm. Ginlabô nía siá sang binángon, ápang kíbyas lang ang pagtupâ. He struck him with the bolo, but it was only a glancing blow.


labô

Hiligaynon

A blow, stroke, slash (of any sharp-edged instrument); to strike, scotch, smite, slash, cut. Ilabô sa idô ang ímo binángon. Strike the dog with your bolo. Laboá ang mán-og. Scotch the snake. Ginlaboán níla iníng tápì, sing makátlo, kay makítà pa ang tátlo ka ági. Sín-o balá ang naglabô? They made three cuts in this board, for the three marks can be seen still. Who can have made those cuts? Pinatáy siá sang buyóng sa isá ka labô sang talibóng. He was killed by the brigand with one stroke of his heavy bolo. (láb-on-laboón).


lamás

Hiligaynon

(Sp. amasar) To knead, make dough. Lamasá ang arína. Make dough of the flour. Lamasí akó sing isá ka sáko nga arína. Make dough of a sack of flour for me. Natigána (naáman, nahándà) na balá áng arína nga ilamás (malasahón) ko sa tinápay? Is the flour ready that I shall make into dough for bread? (see mása).


langóy

Hiligaynon

A swim, swimming; to swim, float. Nagtabók silá sa langóy. They swam across. They crossed by swimming. Maálam ka balá maglangóy? Do you know how to swim? Indì kamó maglangóy sa masulúg nga túbig, kóndì sa malínaw. Don't swim in a current, but in quiet water. Nalangoyán (Linangoyán) níla ang línaw. They swam in the lake. Langoyá lang ang pagtabók sa subâ. Simply swim across the river. (see lalangóyan).


latín

Hiligaynon

Latin; to put into Latin. Latiná iníng hámbal nga Binisayâ. Put this Visayan sentence into Latin. Maálam ka balá maglinatín? Can you speak Latin?


líb-ok

Hiligaynon

To be drawn out, held sustained, said of the voice, of sounds, etc. Nagalíb-ok ang íya nga tíngug. His voice is well sustained. Ginpalíb-ok níya ang íya tíngug. He sustained his voice. Maálam ka balá magpalíb-ok sang ímo tíngug? Can you sustain your voice? Do you know how to hold (keep up, sustain, prolong) notes without taking breath? (see lígbok).


línas

Hiligaynon

To tread, trample upon, applied especially to the separating of rice-grains from the ears by trampling on them. Linása ang humáy. Tread the rice. Linásan akó nímo sing tátlo ka pásong nga humáy. Tread three bushels of rice for me. Maálam ka balá maglínas? Do you know how to tread rice? Ginlínas gid lang níya ang ákon katarúngan. He trampled on my rights. He spurned my arguments. (see lápak, tápak).


lisó

Hiligaynon

Bullet, shot, cannon-ball, rifle-shot. (see bála).


luhót

Hiligaynon

A hole, opening; to open. Ginluhót níya ang balá-on. He made a hole in the basket. Naluhót ang bakág. The carrier's basket has got a hole or holes in it. Iluhót iníng bagát sa díngding nga amákan. Push a hole through the partition-mat with this slender bamboo. (see lubút, tohók).


lúkmat

Hiligaynon

To suffer a relapse, get sick again. Naglúkmat ang íya hubág, pilás, balatían, etc. His ulcer, wound broke open again, he fell sick again, etc. Nalukmatán siá sang íya síkmat. He had a relapse of rheumatic pains in the back. Tagám ka, agúd índì maglúkmat ang bala-úd mo. Take care lest you should get dysentery again. (see búghat, liwán).


mákot

Hiligaynon

To blaze up, begin to burn well after having been kindled, to flame, flare up, burn well, said of fuel (and metaphorically of passions, or the like). Nagamákot na balá ang daíg mo? Is the fire you lighted (lit) burning well? Indì mo pagtandugón ang gatóng, kay walâ pa magmákot ang kaláyo. Don't shift the firewood, for the fire is not yet burning well. Pamakóta ang kaláyo. Let the fire burn well. Wait till the fire burns well. Pamakóti ang kaláyo. Make the fire burn brightly (by putting some kindling material, as shavings, straw, etc. on it). (see haráhará).


ngáa

Hiligaynon

Why; wherefore, for what reason, cause or purpose; now, how is that, let me see, tell me, or the like. Ngáa man nga ginhímò mo inâ? Why did you do that? Ngáa balá nga gintúga sang Diós ang kalibútan? Why did God create the world? Ngáa náton? How does it concern us? Why do we say so? What have we to do with it? Ngáa, isá gid ka anó ang mahátag níya sa ímo? Tell me, how much can he give you? Ngáa man nga índì (walâ) ka magkádto dídto? Why don't you (didn't you) go there? (see tungúd, sa, anó, bangúd, sa, anó, ándot).


pakisáyod

Hiligaynon

To ask for an explanation, to request information. Kon buút ka mahibaló sinâ makisáyod (magpakisáyod) ka sa kay Fuláno. If you wish to know that, ask N.N. Ginpakisáyran (ginpakigsáyran) níya akó kon matúod balá ang sinúgid ni Pédro. He asked me if it was true what Peter had said. (see paki-, sáyod).


paluhúd

Hiligaynon

To let or make kneel down, or genuflect, make one go down on his knees or bend the knee. Palúdha ang bátà. Make the child kneel down. Ginpaluhúd níya kamí. He made us kneel down. Sín-o balá ang pagapalúdhon níya sa íya pagpakasál? Whom will he ask to be his witness when he marries? (see luhúd).


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