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biniál

Hiligaynon

(Sp. venial) Venial, easily pardoned, pardonable, excusable, light, small (of sins or faults), (see palapatawarón).



biníal

Hiligaynon

Split, cloven. Biníal nga káhoy, kawáyan, etc. Split wood, bamboo, etc. (bíal).


binís-ak

Hiligaynon

Split, cloven, parted. (see biníak, biníal, bís-ak).


gábà

Hiligaynon

To cut or scratch with a sharp bamboo, with a splinter, or the like; to mete out punishment, chastise, requite, punish, castigate (of Divine Providence); retribution, divine punishment, requital, chastisement, castigation, divine vengeance or justice. Anó ang nakagábà sa ímo?-Ginábà akó sang kawáyan. What gave you this scratch?-I was scratched by a bamboo. Nagábà ang ákon kamót sang biníal nga káhoy. My hand was cut by a piece of split wood. Indì kamó magbúhat sinâ, kay básì magabáan kamó. Don't do that, for you may receive divine retribution. Sa waláy duhádúha ang Mahál nga Diós magagábà sa íla kunína. Doubtless God will mete out to them later on a fitting punishment. Ang mga Hudíyo gingabáan sang dugô sang Aton Ginúo. The Jews had the blood of Our Lord visited on them. Sa madalî úkon sa madúgay magaabút gid sa tanán nga mga makasasálà ang gábà sang Diós. Sooner or later all sinners will meet with a condign punishment from God. (see báklis, kastígo, bálus, sípat).


pakóg

Hiligaynon

Stick, bat, piece of wood, etc.; to throw, shy, fling or hurl any lengthy missile, as a stick, log of wood or the like. Ipakóg ang palakóg. Hurl the missile. Pakogá ang báboy sing biníal. Throw a piece of split bamboo at the pig. Gimpakóg níya ang páhò sa káhoy. He shied (hurled) a piece of wood at the mango on the tree. (The augmentative or frequentative form "pamakóg" is more often used than the simple pakóg).