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dága

Hiligaynon

(Sp. daga) Dagger, poniard, stiletto. (see íwà, súndang, pinútì).



dágà

Hiligaynon

Clay, clayey soil.


dágà

Hiligaynon

A sacrifice to idols; human sacrifice; the killing and eating of pigs, chickens, etc. by the superstitious; to sacrifice to idols or in superstitious practices. Dákpa ang kánding, kay idágà sa minahán (dulangán). Catch the goat, for we will sacrifice it for the success of the mine. Ang íla pándut gindagáan níla sing duhá ka báboy. They sacrificed two pigs at their feast. (see hálad).


dagâ

Hiligaynon

A victim, sacrifice, immolation. (see dágà, hálad, hinálad).


baláraw

Hiligaynon

Dagger, poniard, stiletto, knife. (see dága, punyál).


dagâ-dágà

Hiligaynon

Dim. of dágà-clay. Also: Wet, moist, damp, dank, humid, well watered. (see basâ, mabasâ, dágnà).


dagâ-dagáon

Hiligaynon

Wet, etc. See dagâ-dágà id.


hándus

Hiligaynon

To spear, spit, lance, stick, harpoon, bore or thrush through, pierce or stab with a pointed weapon, perforate, put a spear through, etc.; overhand; to overhand (in sewing). Handusá ang haló sang matalíwis nga báhì. Pierce the iguana with the sharp-pointed dibble. Hinandusán sang isá ka bángkaw ang kílid ni Hesús. The side of Jesus was pierced by a lance. Ihándus ang ímo dága sa líog sang talunón. Thrust your dagger into the wild pig's throat. Ginhándus sang polís ang íya bángkaw sa báboy. The policeman put his lance through the pig. (see dulút, lápus, lapús, bunô).


íwà

Hiligaynon

Dagger; poniard, dirk, knife. (see dága, binángon, talibóng, sandúkò, ginúnting, kotsílyo, súndang, garanás, urutúp, lansétas).


íwà

Hiligaynon

Dagger; poniard, dirk, knife. (see dága, binángon, talibóng, sandúkò, ginúnting, kotsílyo, súndang, garanás, urutúp, lansétas).


lápus

Hiligaynon

(B) lapús, (H) To pierce, transpierce, transfix, penetrate, go through, perforate, come out on the other side. Nakalápus na ang barína. The gimlet is through now. Ginlápsan (-lapusán) sang dága ang íya tagiposóon. His heart was pierced by the dagger. Palápsi ang tápì sing lánsang. Drive a nail through the plank. Nalápsan sang bángkaw ang íya tamíng kag ang matalíwis nga salsálon nalubúng sa íya dúghan. The lance went through his shield and the sharp iron-point buried itself in his chest. Indì mo pagpalápson ang lánsang. Don't drive the nail quite through. (see hándus,-to thrust, pierce; dulút-pierce the surface).


punyál

Hiligaynon

(Sp. puñal) Dagger, poniard, stiletto. (see íwà, dága, súndang, etc.).


súmpò

Hiligaynon

To blunt or dull a pointed tool, etc. Ginsúmpò níya ang bángkaw, lánsang, dága, etc. He blunted the point of the lance, nail, dagger, etc. Sumpoá ang íya batásan. Blunt his manners or habits i.e. curb them or reduce them to the normal. Indì mo pagsumpoón ang búgsok. Don't blunt the point of the stake. (see lúsò).


tágà

Hiligaynon

To get ready any kind of weapon for an attack or defense, to take up a position of attack or defence with a gun, sword, dagger, etc. Tagái siá sing lúthang, bólo, dága, etc. Get ready for him with your gun, bolo, dagger, etc. Itágà sa íya ang pusíl. Point your rifle at him. (see táyà).


taláwis

Hiligaynon

(H) Sharpness (of a point); to be or become sharp-pointed, to sharpen a point. Gintaláwis níya ang dága. He sharpened the point of his dagger. Natalawísan akó siníng búgsok. This stake appears to me to be sharp-pointed. This stake is too sharp-pointed for me. Ipataláwis mo sa manugsálsal ang ímo tagád. Let the smith (Get the smith to) put a sharp point to your dibble. (see talíwis, taráwis).


dagáang

Hiligaynon

Scarlet, bright red, glaring red, visible from a great distance; to be scarlet, be of a bright red colour, be conspicuous, be visible from afar. (see dagángdang).


dagáas

Hiligaynon

To murmur; purl; sough, etc. See dagánas. (see hugánas).


dagáhay

Hiligaynon

To flow or boil over. (see sagáhay).


dagáhay

Hiligaynon

(B) A rumbling sound caused by wind in the intestines, borborygmus, borborygm; to emit such a sound, to have a barking stomach. Nagadagáhay ang íya solóksolók. His stomach is rumbling. (see dagóok, dághob, dagúob, dagúbdub).


dagáldal

Hiligaynon

To clatter, rattle, rumble, as a cart over stones or the like. Ang káro nagadagáldal sa kabatohán. The cart is clattering over the stony ground. Indì mo pagpadagaldalón ang káro, kóndì ilikáw mo siá sa mga bató. Don't make the cart rattle so much, but keep it off the stones. Dílì mo ipaági ang káro sa mga bató, agúd índì magdagáldal. Don't drive the cart over stones, lest it should rattle. (see kadálkadál, rungkádul, tumbôtúmbò, dagóldagól, dagóldol).


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