Search result(s) - batâbátà

bukás

Hiligaynon

(B) To open, unfold, unclose, make open, remove any fastening or obstruction from, as to open a door, a box, a case, etc.; to begin, commence, open (a school, a bridge, parliament, etc.). Bukasí ang panteón. Open the mortuary niche. Binukasán (binúksan) akó sang ganháan sang batâbátà. The servant boy opened the door for me. Ibukás akó siníng puérta, baúl, bintánà, etc. Please, open this door, box, window, etc. for me. Sa buás nga ádlaw pagabúksan ang buluthóan. To-morrow the school will be opened. Classes will commence (begin) to-morrow. Nabúksan na ang bág-o nga táytay. The new bridge is now open (to traffic, etc.). (see ábri).



dependiénte

Hiligaynon

(Sp. dependiente) Dependent, subject to, inferior to, menial; servant, employee. (see sologoón, sákup, ginsakúpan, ayóp, batâbátà).


hárga

Hiligaynon

A menial servant contracted for by the year at low wages, often only a few bushels of rice. (see hinúptan, sologoón, batâbátà, alagád, mamumugón).


mutsátso

Hiligaynon

(Sp. muchacho) Servant, servitor, menial, help, attendant, boy, page, waiter, valet, flunkey, slave. (see sologoón, búlig, batâbátà, alagád).


páhi

Hiligaynon

(Sp. paje) Page, valet, cabin-boy. (see sologoón, batâbátà).


batá-báta

Hiligaynon

To apportion, divide, distribute, hand out, give out, dole out. Batábatáha ang kán-on. Dole out the rice (equally to all), (see katákáta).