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batakán

Hiligaynon

Pulley, block, crane; any contrivance for lifting, drawing or pulling upwards. (bátak).



batakán

Hiligaynon

A frame-work with a hole or slot through which bamboo, bólò, rattan, etc. is passed when dressing or cleaning it for weaving purposes. (see talapgohán).


inog

Hiligaynon

A verbal prefix related to and often identical with i-, ig-, iga-, but preferably used in expressing circumstances of time or instrumentality. Ang mga ádlaw nga inogpuása. Fast-days. Tión na nga inoglakát. It is now time to set out, to go or walk. Adlaw nga inogpangabúdlay. A work-day. Adlaw nga inogpahúay. A day of rest. A holiday. Bató nga inoggalíng sang maís. A stone for grinding corn. Papél nga inogsulát. Writing paper. Batakán nga inoglúlan sang mga sakayán. A crane for loading ships. Inogbák-ong-a shroud, sheet, cover. Inogbalítwà-a lever, bar for raising heavy loads. Inogkaláham (inogpangaláham)-the sense of touch, sensation through contact. Inogsagámsam-taste, the sense of taste. Inoglaráwan-for use in painting, carving, photography, etc. etc. (see inug-id.).


inog

Hiligaynon

A verbal prefix related to and often identical with i-, ig-, iga-, but preferably used in expressing circumstances of time or instrumentality. Ang mga ádlaw nga inogpuása. Fast-days. Tión na nga inoglakát. It is now time to set out, to go or walk. Adlaw nga inogpangabúdlay. A work-day. Adlaw nga inogpahúay. A day of rest. A holiday. Bató nga inoggalíng sang maís. A stone for grinding corn. Papél nga inogsulát. Writing paper. Batakán nga inoglúlan sang mga sakayán. A crane for loading ships. Inogbák-ong-a shroud, sheet, cover. Inogbalítwà-a lever, bar for raising heavy loads. Inogkaláham (inogpangaláham)-the sense of touch, sensation through contact. Inogsagámsam-taste, the sense of taste. Inoglaráwan-for use in painting, carving, photography, etc. etc. (see inug-id.).


motón

Hiligaynon

(Sp. moton) Block, pulley. (see batakán).


Splint-machine, frame for the dressing and cleaning of splints for wickerwork and basketry, particularly the hole or slot through which the bamboo, etc. that has been split by the operation of tádtad, is pushed in the process of giving it the finishing touch for weaving it into floors, partitions, balántak-work, or the like. (see tápgo, batakán).