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busáy

Hiligaynon

A precipice, cliff, scarp, steep mountain side, cataract, water-fall, abyss.



ámbak

Hiligaynon

(B) To jump down; to drop or fall down, as water over a precipice, etc. Ang túbig nagaámbak sa busáy. The water falls down over the precipice. Ang bátà nagámbak sa subâ humalín sa pángpang. The boy jumped into the river from the bank. Ambakí ang bató dídto. Jump down on that stone there. Ambak lang. Just jump down. Paambaká si Fuláno. Make N.N. jump down. Iníng subâ may madámù nga paámbak. This river has many waterfalls or cataracts. Paambakón ta ang subâ, básì may madakúp nga ísdà. Let us put a barrier across the river, perhaps we may be able to catch some fish. (see túmbò-to jump up straight, to rebound from the floor; lúmpat, lúkso-to leap, jump, spring).


diótay

Hiligaynon

(H) A little, trifle, morsel, snack; small, little, tiny, wee, scant, meagre, bit, petty, diminutive, few; to diminish, decrease, lessen, be or become small, etc. Nagdiótay iníng bánwa. This town has become small. Diotáya ang pagbutáng sing kalámay sa kapé. Put only a little sugar into the coffee. Diótay man lang ang mga táo nga nagtalámbong. There were only a few people in attendance. Diótay nga butáng. A small, trifling or unimportant matter. Diótay nga táo. A small or uninfluential man. Diótay na lang --. Almost, nearly, close upon, well nigh, all but --. Nadiotáyan gid lang siá (sa paghulúg) nga mahúlug sa busáy. He nearly fell into the abyss. Gindiótay níla ang baláy. They made the house smaller. Ginpakadiótay níla inâ. They made light of it. They considered it a trivial matter. (see dítik, diót, dítay, díting, gamáy, tikî, isót).


kataráta

Hiligaynon

(Sp. catarata) Cataract, cascade, waterfall; cataract of the eye. (see busáy, kúlap, bítlig).


The noise of stones, etc. flopping, dropping to the ground; to flop, drop or fall to the ground with a crash. Naglagábung gid ang mga lubí nga nahúlug. The coconuts fell down with a thud. Nagalagábung ang mga bató nga nadágdag sa busáy. The stones dropped down the precipice are making a thundering noise. Sang paggubâ níla sang padér naglinagábung ang mga bató. When they demolished the wall, the stones came crashing to the ground. Palagabúnga ang mga bató. Make the stones come down with a crash. (see lágbung).


lagápak, lagapák

Hiligaynon

The noise of falling waters, the tramping of horses, etc; to roar, thunder, clatter, clap, slap, etc. Naglagápak ang mga láta nga nahúlug sa hágdan. The cans that fell down the stair made a clatter. Nagalagápak ang túbig sa busáy. The water is falling over the precipice with a noise like thunder. Magalagápak ang mga tápì sang táytay kon maágyan sing kabáyo nga nagatúwad. The boards of the bridge resound when a horse passes over it at a gallop. Tinámpà níya siá nga lumagápak (lumagapák) ang íya guyá. He slapped him that his cheek resounded with the blow. (see lágpak).


Thud, thump, dump; to thud, thump, dump, land with a thud or thump (of falling objects). Nagsigábung ang bató sa pagtupâ sa busáy. The stone landed at the bottom of the precipice with a loud thump or crash.


To be or become unsteady, giddy, dizzy (as when looking down from a great height); to lose one's balance and fall down from a height or over a precipice, to be precipitated. Indì ka maggáwa sa busáy, kay básì matingkáub (makatingkáub) ka. Don't look down into the abyss (water-fall) for you may become dizzy, lose your balance and fall. Nakatingkáub siá sa bintánà. He fell out of the window.


kalambúsay

Hiligaynon

See awóáwo id.


awó-áwo

Hiligaynon

The rope in the form of a sling or loop attached to the shafts of a cart, rig, etc. and passed under the neck of an ox for fastening the yoke. (see kalambúsay).