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dógi

Hiligaynon

(B) Thorn, prick, prickle, barb, spike, spine, point; to prick, scatter-, strew with-, thorns, etc. Nadógi ang tiíl ko. My foot was pricked by a thorn. Sín-o ang nagdógi sang dálan? Who strewed the road with thorns? Who scattered thorns on the road? Gindogíhan (gindógian) níla ang kodál sang pamulákan. They put thorns in the garden-fence. Iníng kamúnsil idógi ko sa dálan sa binít sang ákon umá, agúd índì masúdlan sang mga háyup. These camunsel-branches with their prickles I will put on the road near the edge of my field, so that animals cannot enter. (see súyak, dalíngag, tunók).



dúgi, dugíhon

Hiligaynon

See dógi; dogíhon-thorn; thorny.


dús-il

Hiligaynon

To scratch, scrape, lacerate, wound slightly so that part of the skin or bark comes off. Nadús-il ang ákon bútkon sang símsim. My arm got scratched by the bamboo-branches. Ang dógi nagdús-il sang ákon túdlò. The thorn wounded my finger. Indì ka magági dirâ sa kasíot, kay básì dus-ilón (madús-il) ikáw. Don't pass there through that undergrowth, for you may get scratched. Gindús-il sang tuód ang batíis ko. The calf of my leg was grazed by the tree stump. (see dúsak, etc.).


íkning

Hiligaynon

To tiptoe, walk on tiptoe, go about softly, quietly, silently, step carefully, warily, gingerly. Ikning ka dirí kay madámù sing dógi iníng lugár. Step carefully here, because there are many thorns in this place. Ikningí siá, kon maglubás ka, kay nagakatulúg siá. Walk softly when you pass him, for he is sleeping. Ikningá ang ímo pagtikáng. Step quietly, softly. Paikningá siá. Order him to move about quietly. (see tíid).


íkning

Hiligaynon

To tiptoe, walk on tiptoe, go about softly, quietly, silently, step carefully, warily, gingerly. Ikning ka dirí kay madámù sing dógi iníng lugár. Step carefully here, because there are many thorns in this place. Ikningí siá, kon maglubás ka, kay nagakatulúg siá. Walk softly when you pass him, for he is sleeping. Ikningá ang ímo pagtikáng. Step quietly, softly. Paikningá siá. Order him to move about quietly. (see tíid).


kádlas

Hiligaynon

To tear slightly open, scratch. Nakadlasán akó sang dógi, símsim, etc. I was scratched by the thorns, bamboo-branches, etc. (see balíkas, páklis, báklis, kádlis).


kádlit

Hiligaynon

To cut or incise with a sharp instrument, circumcise, scratch. Nakadlitán akó sang binángon, tigíb, lánsang, dógi, etc. I was scratched by the bolo, the chisel, the nail, thorns, etc. (see kádlas, páklis, etc.).


kadologíhan

Hiligaynon

Thorns, briars; place where thorns or briars grow. (see dógi, kadógian).


patóng

Hiligaynon

(B) To step on, put one's foot upon, tread on, trample on. Patongí ang tápì. Step on the board. Sang pagkatulúg ko pinatongán níya akó. While I was sleeping he trampled (trod) on me. Indì ka magpatóng dirâ, kay madámù ang dógi. Don't tread there, for there are many thorns. (see lápak, tápak).


pólpol

Hiligaynon

To put thorns or briars across a path, obstruct a road or entrance by means of thorny branches and the like. Polpolí ang dálan sing dógi. Close the road with thorny branches. Ginpólpol níla sa dálan iníng sibúkaw. They put these sebucao-branches across the road.


suát

Hiligaynon

To take out, extract, pick stitches, threads, thorns, etc. with a needle or pin. Suatá sang dágum ang hílo, tunúk (dógi), etc. Take out the thread, the thorn, etc. with the needle. (see sibít, panibít).


súdyang

Hiligaynon

A sharp splinter. (see súyak, úngon, dalíngag, dógi).


sugakúd

Hiligaynon

To cause a swelling and give pain, stick out prominently, be palpable (of splinters, thorns, etc. sticking in the flesh). Nagasugakúd ang tunúk (dógi) sa ákon tiíl. The thorn in my foot is quite perceptible by the touch.


súntok

Hiligaynon

To thrust, poke, prod, jab, knock or push against. Suntoká siá sang ímo bastón. Prod him with your stick. Ginsúntok sang íya túdlò ang ákon matá. He poked his finger in my eye. Nasúntok ang íya matá sang tunúk (dógi). A thorn entered his eye. (see túslok, súmbal).


súyak

Hiligaynon

Thorn, prick, prickle, a sharp splinter; to prick, said of thorns, etc. Andam ka, agúd índì ka masúyak sang matalíwis nga mga inágsap. Take care, lest the sharp chips should prick you. Nasúyak siá sang tunúk. He was pricked by a thorn. (see tunúk, úngon, dalíngag, dógi).


wátwat, wát-wat

Hiligaynon

To widen or open (as a wound in order to extract a splinter, etc.). Watwatí ang pilás túbtub nga makítà ang tunúk (dógi). Open the wound so that the thorn can be seen. (see wángwang, bukás).


dogíhon

Hiligaynon

(B) Thorny, prickly, spinous, barbed, bristling with thorns. Dogíhon nga kahóykahóy, dálan, bakólod, etc. A thorny shrub, a road strewn with thorns, a hill covered with thorns, etc. (see tunukón).


(B) See kadologíhan-thorns, etc.


i

Hiligaynon

A prefix used:-

1.) in forming all the passive tenses of many verbs having a passive in "i". Many verbs indicating an action that removes something from the agent belong to this class, as: to sell, send, throw, pay, give, hand over to (balígyà, padalá, pilák, báyad, hátag, túnghol), etc. In the forms with gina-and gin-the "i-" is either prefixed or (now commonly) left out entirely, whilst in the forms with paga-and pag-the "i-" comes between the root and paga-or pag-, e.g. hátag-to give. Iginahátag (ginahátag) níya iní sa ákon. He is giving me this. Iginhátag (ginhátag) níya iní sa ákon. He gave me this. Pagaihátag gid níya iní sa ákon. He will surely give me this. Walâ níya pagihátag iní sa ákon. He did not give me this. Indì níya pagihátag iní sa ákon. He will not give me this. Ihátag iní sa ákon. Give me this, etc.

2.) in expressing the idea of-the means by which-,-the instrument with which-, a thing is done, e.g. búhat-to make. Ibúhat iníng káhoy sang ákon baláy. Make use of this wood for building my house. Bakál-To buy. Iníng tátlo ka mángmang ibakál mo sing bág-o nga kálò. Buy a new hat with these three pesos, etc.

3.) in expressing a polite request, e.g. Ipalíhog mo akó ihátag sang ákon katahurán sa kay Fuláno. Do me the favour of paying my respects to N.N. (see ig-, iga-, ika-, inog-).

-i, A suffix used in the passive impersonal imperative, in the passive negative present, and in the passive negatived past of verbs having a passive in-an, e.g. patíndog-to set up, build. Patindogí (walâ níya pagapatindogí, walâ níya pagpatindogí) sing baláy iníng lugár. Build (he is not building, has not built) a house on this pot.


i

Hiligaynon

A prefix used:-

1.) in forming all the passive tenses of many verbs having a passive in "i". Many verbs indicating an action that removes something from the agent belong to this class, as: to sell, send, throw, pay, give, hand over to (balígyà, padalá, pilák, báyad, hátag, túnghol), etc. In the forms with gina-and gin-the "i-" is either prefixed or (now commonly) left out entirely, whilst in the forms with paga-and pag-the "i-" comes between the root and paga-or pag-, e.g. hátag-to give. Iginahátag (ginahátag) níya iní sa ákon. He is giving me this. Iginhátag (ginhátag) níya iní sa ákon. He gave me this. Pagaihátag gid níya iní sa ákon. He will surely give me this. Walâ níya pagihátag iní sa ákon. He did not give me this. Indì níya pagihátag iní sa ákon. He will not give me this. Ihátag iní sa ákon. Give me this, etc.

2.) in expressing the idea of-the means by which-,-the instrument with which-, a thing is done, e.g. búhat-to make. Ibúhat iníng káhoy sang ákon baláy. Make use of this wood for building my house. Bakál-To buy. Iníng tátlo ka mángmang ibakál mo sing bág-o nga kálò. Buy a new hat with these three pesos, etc.

3.) in expressing a polite request, e.g. Ipalíhog mo akó ihátag sang ákon katahurán sa kay Fuláno. Do me the favour of paying my respects to N.N. (see ig-, iga-, ika-, inog-).

-i, A suffix used in the passive impersonal imperative, in the passive negative present, and in the passive negatived past of verbs having a passive in-an, e.g. patíndog-to set up, build. Patindogí (walâ níya pagapatindogí, walâ níya pagpatindogí) sing baláy iníng lugár. Build (he is not building, has not built) a house on this pot.


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