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alálpak

Hiligaynon

To splash, turn over with a flop, as sods in ploughing or the like. Nagalinágpak lámang ang mga súk-ay nga nagaalálpak kon iní nga karabáw amó ang nagagúyud sang dáro. If this buffalo draws the plough the sods turn over with a flop. (see óklab, balískad, ápok, alalápok).



arádo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. arado) Plough; to plough. Aradóha ang talámnan. Plough the field. Buás aradóhi si Fuláno. Tomorrow you will plough N.N's. land. Iníng karabáw iarádo ko sa buás. I will use this buffalo for ploughing to-morrow. Ipaarádo ko iníng talámnan sa táo or paaradóhan ko iníng talámnan sa táo. I'll get somebody else to plough this field for me. (see súk-ay, dáro).


baó-báo

Hiligaynon

Dim. of baó. Also: The instep, the forepart of the upper side of the human foot near its junction with the leg; the projecting knob on a Philippine plough, where the "sandígan" is joined to the "kabáyo" of the "dáro, arádo" (plough). The knob is somewhat like the shell of a small tortoise. Hence the name.


dalarohón

Hiligaynon

Arable, tillable (of soil; see dáro).


padáro

Hiligaynon

Caus. of dáro-to plough. Padaróha siá siníng talámnan. Order him to plough this field.


súk-ay

Hiligaynon

A plough; to plough. (see arádo, dáro).


támà

Hiligaynon

Excessive, overmuch, very, too much, too many, redundant, super-abundant, inordinate, superfluous, exorbitant; to do to excess, to overdo a thing. Nagakáon siá sing támà. He is eating too much. Natám-an siá sang káon. He ate too much. Támà kamahál iní (siní). This is too dear. Ginpatám-an níya ang karabáw sang dáro. He overworked the buffalo at ploughing. Támà kalayô sang (ang) ámon naláktan (laláktan). We have walked (have to walk) very far. (see lakás, lám-ag, súkò, dúro, masyádo, túman, kaáyo).


taríya

Hiligaynon

(Probably from the Sp. tajea, atarjea) Row, line, furrow, channel. Isá ka taríya sang arádo (dáro). One furrow of the plough. (see ídas).


daróos

Hiligaynon

A severe, continuous cough. Also verb. Ginadaróos siá. He is constantly coughing, has a severe cough. (see balókoy).


hánas

Hiligaynon

To drill, train, exercise, practise, rehearse, habituate, become familiar with, familiarize, make used to, accustom, inure to, break in to. Hanása ang mga bátà sa pagsulát. Practise the children in writing. Ginhánas níya ang manók sa pagsámpok. He trained the cock for fighting. Hanási akó sang ákon karabáw sa pagdáro. Do me a favour and break in my buffallo to the plough. Kon mapísan ikáw maghánas sinâ maábtik ka sa dílì lang madúgay. If you practise that diligently you will soon become skilful at it. (see ánad, ságad, sáli, buyó, bánggad, balándra, gálit).


hánhan

Hiligaynon

To set, settle down, subside, become adjusted, applied especially to food. Naghánhan or nahánhan na ang íya kináon. The food he took has settled now. Pahanhaná ang pinanyáya mo. Let your dinner settle first. Túman na ang pagpahánhan ta, búsà maglakát na kitá. We have now had sufficient rest after the meal, therefore let us go on. Pumahánhan silá sing diótay nga tión kag pumádayon sang íla pagdáro. They rested a short while after the meal and then continued ploughing.


hapáw

Hiligaynon

Superficial, on the surface; passing, insincere; to skim, take off the surface. Hapawá ang kán-on sa kólon. Take out of the kettle the top layer of rice. Hapawón mo ang hígkò sa túbig; or: hapawán mo ang túbig sang hígkò. Take the scum off the surface of the water. Ihapáw ang kutsára sa gátas sa pagkúhà sang latáb. Dip the spoon a litte into the milk to take off the cream. Hapáw gid lang ang ímo pagdáro; padútla gid ang arádo. You are ploughing only the surface; press the plough down deep. Hapáw man lang ang íya kaálam. His learning is merely superficial (not deep or thorough). (see salimpapáw, pakuláhaw).


hápon

Hiligaynon

Afternoon, after dinner, evening, nightfall, eventide, decline or close of day; to be or turn evening, etc. Karón sa hápon. This afternoon or evening. Pahúway lang kamó ánay, ápang kon maghápon na dayónon nínyo ang pagdáro. Take a rest now, but when it gets towards evening continue your ploughing. (N.B. Hápon includes all the time between noon and sunset or the ringing of the Angelus-bell; after the Angelus has been rung "gáb-i" starts). (see kahápon-yesterday).


hiwág-os

Hiligaynon

To toil, drudge, work hard at, fag, moil, labour, struggle. Nagahiwág-os siá sa pagdáro, sa pagtuángtúang, etc. He toils at the plough, at carrying goods on his shoulders, etc. (see hágò, patáypátay, putóypútoy).


hulás

Hiligaynon

To be or become easy, facile. Naghulás ang pagdáro, kay naulanán ang dútà sing madámol kagáb-i. Now it is easy to plough, for a heavy rain fell on the fields last night. Pahulasá ang íya trabáho. Make his work easy. Nahulasán akó sa pagtoón sang ininglés. It was easy for me to learn English. (see hapús).


lágday

Hiligaynon

Slowness; to take one's time, be slow, to go easy, take it easy, dilly-dally. Naglágday na ang karabáw, kay nabúdlay. The buffalo has become slow, for it is tired. Lagdayá lang ang ímo buluhatón. Just keep going in performing your duties. Ginlágday gid níya ang íya pagdáro. He did his ploughing at a very leisurely pace. (see lágdà, lágway, hínay, búndul).


lamâlámà

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of lámà. Also: To harrow. Indì pa ánay paglamâlamáon ang talámnan, kóndì daróhon pa sing makaduhá. Don't harrow the field as yet, but go twice more over it with the plough.


lándas

Hiligaynon

To crush, hammer, overcome, vanquish, conquer, outdo, worst, beat. Indì ka makalándas sa ákon sa dalágan. You can't outdo me in running. Landasá siá sa dúmug. Overcome him in wrestling. Landasá siá sa pagdáro. Outstrip him in ploughing. Dílì malándas iní. This cannot be beaten, is not to be overcome. (see daúg).


paarádo

Hiligaynon

Caus. of arádo-to plough. Paaradóha siá sang ákon umá. Let him (Tell him to) plough my field. (see padáro).


pará-pará

Hiligaynon

To flutter and struggle as a chicken caught and trying to escape; to hasten, be anxious or in a hurry to do something. Nagaparápará siá sa pagpaúlì, sa pagdáro, etc. He is in a flutter (anxious) to go home, to plough, etc.


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