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biká

Hiligaynon

A kind of creeper, a wild vine and its fruit. Its grapes are small and not very palatable.



biká

Hiligaynon

Potsherd, a piece of broken crockery; broken (of jars, pots, etc.).


bikâ

Hiligaynon

Straddling; standing, sitting or walking with the legs wide apart. (see bakâ).


bíkà

Hiligaynon

To straddle, to spread the legs wide apart when sitting, standing or lying. Indì ka magbíkà. Don't spread your legs so wide apart. Ginbíkà níya ang íya páa. He spread his legs out. Indì mo pagbikáon ang ímo páa. Don't spread your legs. Kúlang kaáyo ang ímo nga pagtáhud, kay nagbíkà ka sa atubángan sang mga bisíta. You are wanting very much in politeness towards visitors, for you spread your legs in their presence. Indì mo silá pagbikáan liwán. Don't spread your legs again before them-or-in their presence. (see bákà).


bikâ-bíkà

Hiligaynon

To open and close the legs a number of times in succession.


bikákà

Hiligaynon

See bíkà.


birákra

Hiligaynon

To sit or lie down with legs drawn up and spread far apart. Indì ka magbirákra. Don't sit (lie) down with your legs drawn up and spread far apart. (see bíkà, bákà).


daláwdaw

Hiligaynon

To extend, stretch out, creep along the ground, as creepers. Ang biká nagdaláwdaw. The bica-vine has spread over the ground. Nagadaláwdaw ang mga ógbos sang mga balágon. The shoots of the vines are creeping along the ground.


sikángkang

Hiligaynon

To straddle, to put or spread the legs asunder. (see bikâ, balakáng, barakáng).


bíkal

Hiligaynon

To argue, debate, discuss, engage in a discussion or argument. Bikálon mo siá sa tungúd sang maáyo nga batásan. Argue with him about good manners. Bikálan ta ang bág-o nga pagbulút-an nahanungúd sa mga kalasálon. Let us debate about the new law referring to marriages. Nagabikaláy silá sang mga kaayóhan kag kalaínan sang gobiérno nga amerikánhon. They are discussing the good and bad points of the American Government. (see báis).


bíkat

Hiligaynon

To open-, force-, press-, asunder, tear or pull apart (a purse or the like). Bikáta ang tinápay. Pull the loaf asunder. Ibíkat akó ánay sang ákon bólsa, kay akó índì makabíkat sinâ. Kindly open my purse for me, as I cannot force it open. Bikáta akó sang pológwan, kay pasúdlon ko ang manók. Open the mouth of the chicken-basket for me, for I am going to put in the cock. (see bílad, húmlad-to open, unfold).


kabikáhan

Hiligaynon

Tribe, clan, family relations, race, progenitors and progeny.


bílad

Hiligaynon

To open; unfold (a book or the like). Bilára (-áda) ang tulún-an. Open the book. Bilári akó sang líbro. Open the book for me. Ginabílad mo lang ang líbro nga walâ mo pagbasáha. You are holding the book open without reading it. Biniláran níya ang látok sang íya mga panápton. He spread or displayed his clothes on the table. (see húmlad, bulád, ládlad, bíkat-to force asunder, etc.).


bíngat

Hiligaynon

To unfold, open, stretch asunder. Bingáta ang bibíg, bábà, bólsa, etc. Open the lips, mouth, purse, etc. Ibíngat akó ánay sang bábà sang masakít nga bátà, kay itíl-og ko sa íya iníng linúgaw. Kindly open the sick boy's mouth, for I am going to feed him with this rice-porridge. Nabingátan akó sang ákon bólsa. Sín-o ang nagbíngat? My purse has been opened by somebody. Who opened it? (see bíkat).


bulíkat

Hiligaynon

To open, unfold, press open. (see bíkat, buríkat).


buríkat

Hiligaynon

To open, pull asunder, draw apart, unclasp, as a purse, etc. Burikáta ang mga ilalakúb sang íya matá kag usisáon mo kon sa diín ang púling. Press his eyelid open and see where the mote is. (In an obscene sense-aperire vulvam; see bíkat, busíkad, busíksik).


busíkad

Hiligaynon

To part, press-, pull-, apart, said of hair when searched for lice, etc., to open-, unclasp-, a purse, etc. Busikára ang ímo púyo. Open your purse. (see buríkat, busíksik, bíkat).


hinalabúab

Hiligaynon

Offspring, etc. See inalabúab. (see kabikáhan).


rása

Hiligaynon

(Sp. raza) Race, breed, stock, lineage. (see kalíwat, kaliwátan, kabikáhan).