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dápia

Hiligaynon

To waft, bear-, carry-, along (of wind). Ang hángin nagadápia sang kahumút sang mga búlak sa ámon baláy. The wind wafts the fragrance of the flowers to our house. (dápya id.).



See dápia, dápios, dápiot.


lipdánan

Hiligaynon

A screen, shelter, protection. Dabóka ang kaláyo sa lipdánan sang dápya sang hángin. Kindle the fire in a place that is not exposed to the wind. (see lipód).


olo

Hiligaynon

class="hw">olo-, A diminutive particle that is either prefixed (to words beginning with a vowel) or inserted (between the first consonant and the first vowel of words beginning with a consonant), e.g. oloáslum (áslum); oloánggid (ánggid): bolobúg-at (búg-at); dolodápya (dápya); tolotámbok (támbok); nagtolotáwhay (táwhay), etc. etc.


olo

Hiligaynon

class="hw">olo-, A diminutive particle that is either prefixed (to words beginning with a vowel) or inserted (between the first consonant and the first vowel of words beginning with a consonant), e.g. oloáslum (áslum); oloánggid (ánggid): bolobúg-at (búg-at); dolodápya (dápya); tolotámbok (támbok); nagtolotáwhay (táwhay), etc. etc.


sábya

Hiligaynon

To splash or beat against, (said of water, wind, etc.). Ang dágat nagasábya sa baybáyon. The sea beats (against) upon the beach. Ginasabyahán kitá dirí sang matám-is nga dupóydúpoy sang hángin. We are blown upon (fanned) here by the gentle breeze. (see dápya).


sápya

Hiligaynon

To beat or strike against, drive or dash against (of waves, wind, etc.). (see dápya, sámpay, dáldal).