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bayáw

Hiligaynon

Brother-, sister-in-law.



bayáw

Hiligaynon

To raise, lift, put up, elevate. Ibayáw or bayawá ang ímo kamót. Lift up your hand. Bayawí sang kamót mo nga toó ang ímo nga pagsúmpà. Raise your right hand for the oath you are going to take. Ginbayáw níya siá sa kisamí. He lifted him up to the ceiling. (see álsa, bátak, bákyaw, hákwat, púlut).


báyaw

Hiligaynon

To exalt, raise spiritually, lift up one's heart, etc. Ginbáyaw sang Diós ang mga Sántos sa dakû nga himáyà kag kadunggánan. God has exalted the saints to great glory and honour. Ibáyaw or bayáwa ang ímo hunâhúnà kag tagiposóon sa lángit. Lift up your thoughts and heart to heaven. (see dáyaw, saólog, bánsag).


bákiaw, bakiáw

Hiligaynon

To raise, lift, hold up. Ibákiaw or bakiawá ang kamót mo. Hold up-, raise-, your hand. Binákiaw níya ang íya kamót. She lifted her hand. (see báyaw, bayáw).


bayáw-báyaw

Hiligaynon

A bamboo bench as often used in Philippine houses and boats; a raised bamboo floor or platform for treading out rice, known also as "linasán" and "pápag".


bilás

Hiligaynon

Brother-in-law, sister-in-law. Unlike "bayáw", the term "bilás" is strictly confined to the husbands and wives (not otherwise related to each other) of two (or more) sisters or brothers respectively. (see birás, bayáw).


birás

Hiligaynon

Brother-in-law, sister-in-law. See bilás. (see bayáw).


hangád

Hiligaynon

To lift up, raise one's eyes to, look up to in reverence. Maghangád ka sa Diós. Look up to God. Ihangád ang ímo mga matá, tagipusúon, etc. Lift up your eyes, heart, etc. Tamà gid ang paghangád sa íya sang íya mga ginasakúpan. His followers look up to him with very great respect. His followers think too much of him. (see báyaw, tánglà, tungkáaw, tukháyaw).


hayáw

Hiligaynon

To make as if to strike, to lift up one's arm, a weapon, stick or the like (as if to strike). Ihayáw ang ímo kamót. Lift up your hand. Hayawí (Hayawá) siá sang ímo bastón. Threaten him with your stick-or-Brandish your stick (before) at him. Indì mo paghayawán (paghayawón) sang ímo kamót ang ímo ginikánan. Don't raise your hand against your parents. Ginhayáw níya sa ákon ang íya binángon. He raised his bolo at me. (see bayáw, tukháyaw).


kunyáda, kunyádo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. cuñada,-o.) Sister-in-law, brother-in-law. (see bayáw).


pamayáw

Hiligaynon

Freq. of bayáw-to raise, lift up (an arm, etc.).


pápag

Hiligaynon

A bamboo stretcher; a bamboo platform used for treading out rice and the like, any square bamboo frame made in the form of a hurdle or of a table-top. (see liyálíya, linasán, bayáw-báyaw).


tangâ

Hiligaynon

To look up, tilt back one's head, lift-, raise-, one's eyes (head). Tangá ka. Hold your head up. Look up. Raise your head. Itangá ang guyá mo. Tilt up your face. Nagtangá siá sa ákon. Natangaán níya akó. He looked at me with tilted chin. Sang pagkakítà níya sádto malahálon nga mga galamitón na urungán siá; nagtangá siá kag nagngangá sang íya bábà sa dakû nga katingála. When he saw that precious furniture he was surprised; he stared and gaped in wonder. Ngáa nga amó ka pa lang magabút? Sín-o na man ang ímo gintangaán dídto? Why are you so late? Whom did you look at there (i.e. listen to with absorbing interest)? (see tánglà, tukháyaw, tukyáhaw, bayáw).


tánglà

Hiligaynon

(H) To look up, raise the head or eyes towards heaven, lift the eyes. Tanglaá ang lángit. Look up to heaven. Itánglà ang ímo mga matá. Raise your eyes. Tinanglaán sang íya mga matá ang íya maguláng (mánong) nga nagsákà sa matág-as nga káhoy. His eyes were raised towards his eldest brother who had climbed a high tree. (see tukyáhaw, tukháyaw, tangâ, bayáw).


tíb-ong

Hiligaynon

To raise, lift up (the heart, the eyes, etc.); to raise to a higher social position, promote, elevate, advance. Itíb-ong mo ang ímo kasíngkásing sa lángit. Lift up your heart towards heaven. Ginatíb-ong siá sang íya mga sumalákdag sa amó nga palangakóan. His supporters are promoting him to (helping him to obtain) that office. (see báyaw, bayáw, hangád, tánglà, tangâ).


tikwáog, tikwá-og

Hiligaynon

To turn one's head (upwards and (or) sideways, as a snake does). Walâ na níya makuób, kag walâ man matikwáog, ang íya líog. He could neither bow his head nor turn it to either side (his neck having become quite stiff). (see húlag, bayáw, takílid).


To raise one's head, lift up one's eyes, look up, cast up one's eyes. Nagtokháyaw (tumukháyaw) siá sang íya ólo. She raised her head. She cast up her eyes. (see tukyáhaw, tukháyaw, bayáw, tangâ, tánglà).


tungkáaw

Hiligaynon

To raise-, lift-, one's head, etc. after holding it bent or low. (see tukháyaw, tangâ, tánglà, bayáw, ánghaw).


bayawán

Hiligaynon

A small basket used chiefly for winnowing rice in the open. It is similar to a tagakán.


talambáyaw

Hiligaynon

(B) To cooperate, collaborate, join in, help each other, unite, work in unison. See tarambáyaw.


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