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památì

Hiligaynon

Freq. of bátì-to feel. Feeling, physical condition. Dílì maáyo ang pagpamátì (památì) níya. He does not feel well. Mabúg-at kaáyo ang památì (pagbátì) níya. His condition is quite serious, very grave.



alugbáti

Hiligaynon

A creeper, whose soft shoots are edible.


batíà

Hiligaynon

(Sp. batea) A large wooden basin or trough, a wash-basin. (see batíyà id.).


batiáy

Hiligaynon

A kind of creeper with very bitter, uneatable fruit.


batíd

Hiligaynon

Experienced, proficient, skilled, well versed, good at; to be or become expert, etc. Batíd nga táo. An expert or skilful man. Batíd siá sa trabáho. He is skilled in work. Nagbatíd siá or nahímò siá nga batíd. He became an expert. Batidá siá sa pagkapánday. Make him proficient at carpentry. (see sagád, anád, hanás, lísto, sampáton).


batíis

Hiligaynon

The calf of the leg. (see busúgbusugán, pusúpusuán).


bátik

Hiligaynon

See mátik-news, information.


batík

Hiligaynon

See matík-to hear, get to know.


batikál

Hiligaynon

To squeeze-, wedge-, press-, jam-, in, to hold fast or in place by a projection, jut or jag so as to make it difficult to move or pull out an object. Iníng kawáyan ginabatikalán sang ibán nga mga kawáyan. This bamboo is jammed in between other bamboos. (balatikál).


batíkbátik

Hiligaynon

See matíkmátik, pamatikbátik-to investigate, watch, spy.


batikóla

Hiligaynon

(Sp. batikola) Crupper, the strap that passes under a horse's tail and prevents the saddle from slipping forward.


batikólon

Hiligaynon

The gizzard, maw, chief stomach of a bird. (see kolokotón, korokotón id.; bútse, balonbalonán-the craw, crop).


batíl

Hiligaynon

(Sp. batelejo) A sailing boat of the size of a lorcha.


ábat

Hiligaynon

To follow, go after (frequently with the meaning implied of summoning or calling back). Abáta siá. Follow him (and tell him to come back). Summon him. Ipaábat ko siá sa kay Hosé. I shall send Joseph after him. Iábat mo ang bátà sa íya ilóy. Take the child after its mother. Paabáti si Andres sa kay Pédro or ipaábat si Andres sa kay Pédro. Order Peter to go after or call Andrew. Nagpaábat siá sa ákon sing kabáyo. He sent a horse after me. (see ápas, sunúd, tawág).


alantúson

Hiligaynon

(H) Bearable, tolerable, supportable; to be suffered, tolerated, borne with. Dáw sa dílì na alantúson inâ. That is scarcely to be tolerated any longer. Ang íya balatían makúlì nga búlngon, ápang alantúson, kay dílì gid man mabúg-at ang íya pagbátì. His disease is difficult to cure, but it is bearable, for he is really not seriously affected. (see ántus, balatasón, palas-ánon).


aláp-ap

Hiligaynon

White spots on the skin, especially on the arms and legs. May aláp-ap ang íya bútkon. His arm has white spots on it. Inalap-apán ang íya batíis. His calf is covered with white spots.


alensyáno

Hiligaynon

Clever, skilful, expert, adept. (see ansyáno, antígo, anad, sagád, batíd).


alílà

Hiligaynon

To nourish, nurture, rear, bring up, foster, take good care of, look after with kindness and consideration. Aliláa sing maáyo ang bátà, ang masakít, ang pilasón, etc. Look well after the baby, the sick person, the wounded man, etc. Ialílà akó ánay siníng makaloló-oy nga táo. Kindly take upon yourself the care of this poor fellow. Si San Hosé dílì sumúod nga amáy ni Hesukrísto, kóndì amáy nga manugalílà lámang. St. Joseph was not the real father of Jesus Christ, but only his foster-father. Ginalílà níya ang ílo nga bátà súbong sang sumúod níya nga anák. She brought up or reared the orphan-child as if it were her own daughter. (see sagúd, batití, sapópo).


alipátwon

Hiligaynon

Stubborn, undisciplined, turning a deaf ear to, unheedful, unheeding. (see batinggílan, dìmanínggol).


ánad

Hiligaynon

To practise, exercise, accustom to, train, break in, perform regularly or habitually. Anára ang batásan mo nga dílì ka na magpamuyáyaw. Try to get the habit of not using profane language-or-acquire the habit of not cursing and swearing. Naánad na akó dirí siníng lugár. I am now accustomed to this place. Indì akó maánad siníng lugár. I cannot accustom myself to this place. Naanáran-or-naándan ko na iníng lugár. I am now familiar with-, accustomed to-, this place. Ipaánad ko sa ímo iníng karabáw nga simarón. I'll hand this wild buffalo over to you to be trained or tamed. Magpaánad ka siní nga trabáho. Try to exercise-, practise-, accustom yourself to-, this kind of work (see hánas, ságad, batíd).


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