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dúkà

Hiligaynon

A quick downward motion of the head from drowsiness, a nod; to let the head sink-,-drop-,-bend-, from drowsiness, to incline the head in sleep, to nod. Nagadúkà siá. He is nodding (from sleepiness). Dílì ka magdúkà sa sulúd sang láygay or dílì mo pagdukáan ang pagláygay sang Párì. Don't sleep during the sermon of the Parish Priest. Dinukáan gid lámang sang madámù nga mga tumalámbong ang íya pamulóngpúlong, kay támà kaláwig. Many of those that were present fell asleep during his discourse, because it was very long. (see tuyó, dukô-to bow the head).



dukô

Hiligaynon

To incline-, bow-, bend-, the head, to bow, make a-bow,-reverence,-courtesy,-curtsey,-curtsy,-inclination,-obeisance. Idukô or dukoá ang ímo ólo. Bow your head. Dukoí siá sang ímo ólo sa pagtáhud sa íya. Incline your head out of respect for him. (see kuúb, kúbkub, dúkà-to nod in sleep).


dúkal

Hiligaynon

to prate, prattle, chatter, babble, talk much, brag, boast. Indì ka magdúkal sang mga waláy pulús nga mga butáng. Don't prattle so much about trivial things. Indì kamó maglamód sing maláut nga mga púlong sa ínyo nga pagdúkal (mga dinúkal). Don't interlard your talk with bad or indecent expressions. (see wákal, búrà, hádak, lásang, ngálngal).


dúkan

Hiligaynon

A call for bringing pigs together at feeding time, etc. Also used as a verb. Dukána ang mga báboy. Call the pigs together by shouting: "Dúkan, dúkan!". Idúkan akó sang ákon báboy, kay damogán ko. Please call my pig, for I am going to feed it. (see dik, dík-dík, idík).


dúkar

Hiligaynon

(English-dog-cart) A kind of uncovered calesa, a roofless rig.


dukasíng

Hiligaynon

Restless, naughty, etc. (see harásharás, darándarán, diwasíng, diwal-ógan, dingkalogán, etc.).


dúkaw

Hiligaynon

To venture abroad, walk abroad under difficulties, as at night, during rain or in a storm, to brave or defy the elements. Anó ang ginadúkaw mo? Why are you braving the elements? Why are you walking out at such a time or in such weather? (see kúdaw, id.).


edukár

Hiligaynon

(Sp. educar) To educate, instruct. Magedukár ka sing maáyo sang ímo mga bátà or edukahá sing maáyo ang ímo mga bátà. Educate your children well. Iníng koléhio ginaedukahán sing madámù nga mga pamatán-on. Many youths are being educated in this college. (see túdlò, patoón).


edukár

Hiligaynon

(Sp. educar) To educate, instruct. Magedukár ka sing maáyo sang ímo mga bátà or edukahá sing maáyo ang ímo mga bátà. Educate your children well. Iníng koléhio ginaedukahán sing madámù nga mga pamatán-on. Many youths are being educated in this college. (see túdlò, patoón).


edukasyón

Hiligaynon

(Sp. educación) Education, instruction, training, good breeding, politeness, polished manners. Walâ siá sing edukasyón. He is lacking in good breeding. (see tinón-an, kinaálam).


edukasyón

Hiligaynon

(Sp. educación) Education, instruction, training, good breeding, politeness, polished manners. Walâ siá sing edukasyón. He is lacking in good breeding. (see tinón-an, kinaálam).


dik

Hiligaynon

A call used in many parts to attract the attention of pigs or to call them together at feeding time or the like. (see dúkan, idík).


gúnaw

Hiligaynon

To go oneself or personally on an errand, go or come in person, dare, risk, venture (a voyage, etc.). A, ikáw gid ang nagagúnaw, haw! Why, are you actually going (coming) yourself! Naggúnaw ikáw? Ngáa man nga walâ ka magsógò sa ibán? Did you go yourself? Why didn't you send somebody else? (see kúdaw, dúkaw, súdsud).


ídik

Hiligaynon

To call piglets together. (see ódok, dúkan, idík).


ídik

Hiligaynon

To call piglets together. (see ódok, dúkan, idík).


kúdaw

Hiligaynon

To walk abroad under difficulties, as at night, during pelting rain, in a raging storm or the like. Ngáa nga ikáw gid ang nagkúdaw sa siníng óras? Why have you ventured to walk out by yourself at such an hour? (see dúkaw).


lapútak

Hiligaynon

To splash, spatter, bespatter, to pour forth volleys of words, prate, prattle, chatter. Nagalapútak siá sang hámbal. He pours out volleys of words, is a great chatterbox. (see lapútyak, búrà, dúkal, hágak, wákal, katâkátà, etc.).


nayón

Hiligaynon

The female of the swine, sow. Iníng nayón nagbátà sing napúlò ka idík (orók) sa íya dógmon. This sow farrowed-, littered-, had a litter (farrow) of-, ten young ones. (see báboy, butakál, idík, odók, orók, dúkan).


ódok

Hiligaynon

To call the small pigs together. Odóka ang mga idík. Call the small pigs together. (see dúkan, dukána, ang, báboy).


ódok

Hiligaynon

To call the small pigs together. Odóka ang mga idík. Call the small pigs together. (see dúkan, dukána, ang, báboy).


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