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gilayón

Hiligaynon

(H) Without delay or interposition, at once, forthwith, immediately, instantly, suddenly, straight-away, directly, off hand, on the spur of the moment, out of hand, on the spot, promptly, with dispatch, without an interval of rest. Sang pagabút níya dirí nagsákà siá gilayón sa ámon baláy. When he arrived here he at once came to our home. Sa tápus ang prosesyón gilayón magasúgud ang Mísa Máyor. After the procession High Mass will begin at once. Magdalágan ka dídto, kuháon mo ang ákon koríyo sa madalî, kag gilayón dálhon mo dirí. Run over there, get my mail quickly and immediately bring it here. Magpahúay ka ánay, índì ka maglakát sa gilayón. Take a rest first, don't go on immediately. (see dáyon, lági, lagílági).



gimáw

Hiligaynon

To stick out, project, protrude, be visible, appear. Sa baláy ni Fuláno may nakítà akó nga úlo nga nagagimáw sa gawáng, ápang walâ akó makasáyod kon kay sín-o yádto. At N.N.'s house I saw a head at the window but I do not know who it was. Sang ámon pagbalikíd sa bánwa nga ámon tinalíkdan walâ na sing pamaláy nga saráng námon makítà kóndì ang atóp gid lámang sang kampanáryo nga nagagimáw. When we looked back at the town we had left we could not see a single house, but the roof of the belfry was still visible. (see gitíb, girím).


gimáw

Hiligaynon

The form pagimáw is mostly used in the meaning of: to peer or peep slyly or stealthily out of a window, etc., drawing back one's head at once, if seen by others. Nagapagimáw siá sa bintánà. She is peeping out of the window, (taking care not to be seen). Indì ka magpagimáw, kay táwgon ka nga baó nga nagasálup sa íya baláy kon makíta ka sang táo. Don't peep through openings, for, if you are seen, people will call you a turtle withdrawing into its shell. Ginpagimawán níya akó sa gihâ. He peeped at me through a hole. Ipagimáw ang úlo mo. Put your head out cautiously and look about. (see tikâ, língling, óplok, íplok, tíid, paníid).


ginútlan

Hiligaynon

Between, that is between or wedged in. Sa ginútlan sang baláy kag sang digamohán. Between the house and kitchen. (see ulút).


gobiérno

Hiligaynon

(Sp. gobierno) Government, management, direction of affairs, sway, control; to govern, direct, hold sway. Sín-o ang nagagobiérno sang baláy mo, kay walâ ikáw dídto? Who manages your household at present, as you are not there? Ginagobiernohán silá sing maáyo. They are well ruled, (under good government or management), (see pangulohán, dulumaláhan, dumála, pangúlo, gahúm, kagamhánan).


gubâ

Hiligaynon

To destroy, demolish, undo, pull-, break-, to pieces, pull down, break up, knock down, reduce to ruins, raze to the ground, tear down. Gúb-a (gubaá) lang ang dáan mo nga baláy. Pull down your old house. Gúb-i akó siníng gabúk nga tángkal. Break up for me this rotten pigsty. Nagúb-an siá sang kisamí kag napílas ang íya páa. The ceiling collapsed and he was wounded in the leg. Igubâ akó siníng dáan nga padér. Please knock down this old wall for me. (see búngkag, ránggà).


gútum

Hiligaynon

Hunger, starvation, famine, want-, dearth-, scarcity-, of food; to cause hunger, etc. Ginagútum akó. I am hungry. Pagagútmon ka gid sa dálan kon magkádto ka sa malayô. You will certainly get hungry on the road, if you go far. Ang pagpangabúdlay nagpagútum sa íya. The work made him hungry. Ginapagútman níya ang íya kabáyo. He is keeping his horse on a hunger-diet. Kon sa pílak ímol silá, matúod, ápang kon sa pagkáon maáyo ang íla kahimtángan, kay walâ silá sing gútum. They are poor in money, that is true, but as regards food they are well off and there is no famine amongst them. Kon amó ang baláy nga ímo ginadayónan índì ka gid magútum, kay mainamomáhon silá kaáyo. If you stay at that house you will surely not go hungry, for they are very hospitable.


gwâ

Hiligaynon

That is outside, exterior, outward, without, external, on the surface, superficial, apparent, forthcoming; upshot, outcome, result, final issue, conclusion; to go or come out, appear, show, make one's appearance (on a stage, etc.). Makaín balá iní? Anó balá ang gwâ siní? Where will this end? What will be the final outcome? Sa gwâ. Outside. Sa gwâ sang baláy, sang bánwa, sang Iglésya Katólika, etc. Outside the house, the town, the Catholic Church, etc. Gwâ (maggwâ) kamó. Go outside. Go away. Come forth, appear on the scene, make your appearance on the stage, or the like. Ang amó nga talanáwon pagagwaán ni Fuláno. That play will have N.N. as an actor. N.N. will appear in that play. Pagwaí silá sing matahúm nga sínta. Show them a fine reel (film). Pagwaá ang mga bátà. Make the children go outside. Send the children away. Pagwaí na kamí sang beláda. Start the play. Raise the curtain. Let the curtain be raised. Maáyo silá sa gwâ, ápang maláin sa sulúd. Outwardly they appear to be good, but their intentions are bad. Ginpagwâ níla ang tanán nga walâ magbáyad sang inogsulúd. They-put outside,-put out,-turned out,-expelled, all those that had not paid the entrance-fee. Indì siá makagwâ sa íya hulút, kay ginlyabihán ko ang ganháan sa gwâ. He cannot leave his room, for I have locked the door from the outside. N.B. Instead of pagwaón, pagwaán, etc. pagwáon, pagwáan, etc. are also used, especially in (B). (see luás, halín, búhì, lakát).


hágbong

Hiligaynon

Shadow, shade, obscurity, gloom, umbrage, murk, dusk; to be or become shadowy, dark, etc. May hágbong sa pihák sang baláy. There is shadow behind the house. Mapasílong kitá sa baláy ukón makádto lang kitá sa hágbong sang káhoy? Shall we enter a house or shall we just go under the shade of a tree? Nagahágbong ang kalibútan kon madámù ang gál-um. It becomes dark if there are many clouds. (see hándong, lándong, háron, lámbung).


hágdan

Hiligaynon

Stair, staircase, stairway, ladder, flight of-stairs,-of steps, step-ladder; to apply or use a ladder. Hagdaní ang baláy mo. Provide your house with a flight of steps. Ihágdan ko iníng káhoy sa ákon baláy. I'll use this wood to make stairs for my house. Ginhagdanán níla ang baláy sing tápì, agúd maghapús ang pagsákà. They made a stair of planks to their house to make it easy to go up. Diín ang hágdan? Where is the ladder?


hagdánan

Hiligaynon

Staircase, place where the stair or ladder is attached; entrance. Diín ang hagdánan sang ínyo baláy? Where is the entrance to your house? (see hágdan).


hágnop

Hiligaynon

To inspire fear, cause a feeling of uneasiness, to haunt. Nagakahágnop silá sádtong baláy, káy may amaránhing, konó. They are afraid of that house, because, they say, it is haunted by a ghost. Nahagnopán akó. I feel uneasy, nervous, apprehensive. Ginakahagnopán sang ibán iníng lonók, kay may tumáo, konó. Some are afraid of (coming near) this mangrove, for, they say, it is inhabited by goblins. (see hádluk, dírham, kúlbà).


hakús

Hiligaynon

An embrace, hugging; to embrace, hug, clasp in one's arms, cuddle, press to one's bosom. Háksa-or-háksi siá. Embrace him. Sang pagabút níya sa baláy hináksan (hinakusán) siá sing hugút sang íya nga ilóy. When he arrived at his home his mother pressed him closely to her bosom. (see púgus, abráso).


hákut

Hiligaynon

Cartage, carriage, conveyance, portage, porterage, freight; to carry, cart, ship, transport, bear, convey, fetch, bring, take, in successive loads. Hakúta iníng mga bató sa baláy. Cart these stones to the house. Sín-o ang magahákut sang ímo humáy? Who will bring in your rice? Hakúti akó siníng mga napúlò ka pásong nga humáy sa ákon tambóbo. Carry these ten bushels of rice to my granary. Diín silá?-Nagahákut silá sing káhoy nga halalígyon sang ákon baláy. Where are they?-They are hauling in the wood for the posts of my house. Ihákut ko iníng karabáw sa humáy. I'll use this buffalo to fetch the rice. Ihákut akó siníng túmpok nga kawáyan sa ákon umá, kay himóon ko nga kamálig. Kindly transport this pile of bamboo to my field, for I am going to build a hut with it. (see dalá, dúl-ung).


hála

Hiligaynon

To shout "halá". Kon haláhon ang mga bátà magahúyab silá. If one shouts "halá" to the boys, they will scamper off. Haláha ang mga bátà nga nagagináhud sa atubángan sang baláy. Shout "halá" to the children making a noise in front of the house (and drive them away).


haláwhaw

Hiligaynon

To marvel, wonder, be amazed, astonished, spell-bound, stunned dumb-founded, staggered, surprised. Nagahaláwhaw akó sang kadámù sang íya nga kináon. I was amazed at the large amount of food he took. Ginahalawhawán níya ang kadakû kag katahúm sang baláy. He is astonished at the size and beauty of the house. Kon makítà mo ang simbáhan ni San Pédro sa Róma pagahalawhawán mo gid ang dìmaísip nga mga kamahálan sa sulúd sinâ. If you see Saint Peter's Church at Rome you will marvel at the innumerable precious things there. (see búlung, tingála).


haláyhay

Hiligaynon

To suspend from a horizontal pole, throw over a bar or rod, hang, tie or sling to a spar; that which is suspended. Ihaláyhay ang mga maís, tabákò, etc. Hang the corn-cobs, tobacco-leaves, etc. on a pole. Nagahaláyhay silá sing maís sa idálum sang atóp. They are hanging corn-cobs on poles under the roof. Ang mga bagát, ághò, etc. ginahalayhayán sing masúnsun sang mga maís sa idálum sang atóp sang mga baláy. Bamboos, agho-poles, etc. are often used for hanging up maize-cobs under the roof of houses. May duhá pa silá ka haláyhay nga maís sa íla baláy. They have still two rows of corn-cobs hanging in their house. (see haláy, sáblay).


halígi

Hiligaynon

(H) Post, pillar, column, shaft, support, upright; to use, make or provide a post, etc. Halígya iníng páyhod. Make a post of this páyhod-tree. Ihalígi ko iníng kamúnsil sa ákon baláy. I am going to use this camunsil-tree as a post for my house. Pagahalígyan ko ang ákon kamálig sing káhoy. I'll put up wooden posts for my hut. Ang mga hinalígi sang isá ka balasahón. The columns of a newspaper.


hálin

Hiligaynon

To change the place of, remove or move to another place, shift. Halína ang ímo baláy sa umá. Remove your house to the farm. Ginhálin níya ang lamésa. He shifted the table. Pagahalínon ko ang ákon karabáw. I am going to take my buffalo to another place. Ihálin akó sang ákon báka sa umá. Kindly put my cow in another part of the field.


hálus

Hiligaynon

(H) Scarcely, hardly, barely, only just, with difficulty. Hálus akó makaginháwa. I can scarcely breathe. Hálus siá nakabáton sang sulát, dáyon siá naglakát. When he received the letter, he went off at once. Hálus siá nakaabút sa baláy nabúgtò ang íya ginháwa. He had barely reached home, when he expired. Hálus magbágting ang linggánay dáyon kamó magbángon. As soon as the bell rings, rise at once. Hálus námon madumdumán inâ. We can scarcely remember it. We have almost forgotten it. (see hárus).


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