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dílap

Hiligaynon

To lick, lap, draw the tongue over. Indì ka magdílap sang ímo túdlò. Don't lick your finger. Dinilápan sang kuríng ang yahóng. The cat licked the bowl. (see dílà).



d

Hiligaynon

The letter D in Visayan is pronounced as in English. D after various prefixes such as pan-, hi-, ha-, etc. is very frequently either elided, or changed into N, e.g. panáhon (dáhon-leaf); panílap (dílap-to lick); hinangát (dángat-to reach); hanúmdum (dúmdum-to remember), etc.

D followed by a suffix is often (especially in Hiligáynon) turned into R, e.g. tahúron, katahurán, matinahúron (táhud-to respect); ginsugúran (súgud-to commence); palabuarán (búad-to breed), etc. See also padóng-paróng; dadâ-darâ; tádung-tárung; tudúk-turúk^, etc.


dámhuy

Hiligaynon

To lick, lap, draw or pass the tongue over, take in with the tongue. (see dílap, láklak).


dílà

Hiligaynon

The tongue; to lick with the tongue. Mapísan ang íla mga dílà. Their tongues are very busy. They are great gossips. Ang íya dílà waláy túl-an. His tongue is unbridled. Literally: His tongue is boneless. Ang mga babáye nga matalíwis sing dílà maábtik magbuyágyag sang mga tinágò sang íla isigkatáo. Sharp-tongued women are quick to let out the secrets of their neighbours. Indì ka magdílà sang ímo kamót, kay maláw-ay. Don't lick your hand, for it is not a nice thing to do. Gindiláan sang idô ang pínggan. The dog licked the plate. Ngangahá kag ipadiwál ang dílà mo. Open your mouth and put out your tongue. (see dílap).


hábhab

Hiligaynon

To eat like an animal, putting one's mouth into the food or into a plate without the use of a spoon. Habhabá lang ang kán-on súbung sang isá ka idô. Just eat your food like a dog. Hinabhabán ang íya nga sinámò sang idô. The dog took a mouthful of food from his plate. Habhabí lang ang pínggan. Put the plate to your mouth. Ihábhab ang bábà mo sa pínggan. Put your mouth to the plate. (see áb-ab, láklak, dílap).


lingós-lingós

Hiligaynon

To lick, pass the tongue over. (see dílà, dílap).


panílap

Hiligaynon

Freq. of dílap-to lick. Ang idô nagapanílap sang pínggan. Ang pínggan ginapanilápan sang idô. The dog is licking the plate.


guríbhay

Hiligaynon

Dilapidated, frayed, the worse for wear, torn, old, shabby, stained and soiled, deteriorated or injured by wear; to be frayed, etc. Guríbhay na ang ákon delárgo. My trousers are old and worn out. Nagguríbhay ang íya puróy sa dáyon nga paggámit. His shorts are worn out by constant use. (see gurísnay, gúsbat, gubát, gunít).


magabók

Hiligaynon

Decaying, decayed, rotten, decomposed, dilapidated, ruinous, falling to pieces. (gabók).