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daláyon

Hiligaynon

(H) Pl. form of dáyon. Nagdaláyon silá sa ákon baláy. They stayed at my home. Also adjective: Continuous, constant, persevering; always. Daláyon gid lang nagagáhud iníng mga bátà. These children are always so noisy. (dáyon).



bánas

Hiligaynon

A trail, path, foot-path, track; to be worn into a trail or path. May bánas dirâ? Is there a trail or foot-path? Iníng lugár nagbánas sa daláyon nga ági sang táo. This place has been worn into a track by the constant passing of men. (see baginás).


bohók

Hiligaynon

Hair, tresses. Also used as a verb. Indì kamó mabohók sa sugilánon, kay daláyon gid lang ang ínyo sugilánon nga waláy úntat. One cannot (put in a hair) get a word in edgeways when you talk together, for you talk on without interruption or pause.


buyáyaw

Hiligaynon

Cursing, swearing, foul-, strong-, bad-, vituperative-, language, malediction, malison, imprecation, vituperation, scurrility; to abuse in strong language, curse, swear, imprecate, scold severely in opprobrious terms. Nagabuyáyaw siá sa íya nga bátà. She is giving her child a good scolding. Ginbuyáyaw níya akó. He cursed and swore at me. Indì mo siá pagbuyayáwon. Don't abuse him in scurrilous language. Daláyon gid lang silá nagapamuyáyaw dirâ sináng baláy. In that house over there they are always scolding. (see panóloy, panolóy, pangárà, pamúlag, pamúsa, pamulúgso, púyas).


dáet

Hiligaynon

Peace, friendliness, amity, concord, harmony, amicableness, good social relations; to be at peace with, have good social relations, be on good terms with, etc. Kon magdaétay kamó masádya kamó. If you live together in peace you will be happy. Walâ sing dáet sa siní nga baláy, daláyon gid lang silá nagasulúay. There is no peace in this family, they are always quarrelling. Daéti si Fuláno. Be friendly towards N.N. Make peace with N.N. Dî mo pagdaétan ang mga maláut sing pamatásan. Don't enter into friendly relations with men of bad habits. (see hidáit).


dalándan

Hiligaynon

To descend quickly, hurry-down stairs,-down a ladder, fly down stairs. Nagdalándan siá sa pagpanáug. He went down quickly. Nagadalándan siá sing daláyon kon manáug. He always goes down the stairs in a hurry.


dúpak

Hiligaynon

Bad language, obscene talk, dirty, foul, smutty, indecent, impure conversation; to use bad, filthy, obscene, dirty, etc. language. Indì kamó magdúpak. Don't use foul language. Gindupákan níya akó, ápang sa madalî ákon siá ginpúnggan. He uttered obscenity in my presence, but I soon stopped him. Iníng mga táo daláyon gid lang nagadinúpak. These men are constantly using foul language.


gánsal

Hiligaynon

Noise, din, racket, uproar, boisterousness; to be noisy, set up a din, make a-din,-racket,-noise, etc. Daláyon gid lang ang íla nga paggánsal dirí. They are constantly making a racket here. Ginansalán akó níla sa idálum sang baláy. They annoyed me with their boisterousness underneath the house. (see gáhud, galúng).


gaúng

Hiligaynon

Figment, chimera, fancy, phantasm, phantasy, creation or coinage of the brain, visionary project, building castles in the air; to talk about visionary projects, etc. Indì ka maggaúng-or-magginaúng. Don't build castles in the air. Daláyon gid lang silá nagaginaúng. They are constantly talking about visionary projects. Gingaungán akó níya. He told me of his rose-coloured schemes. Pagaungá lang siá, kay siá íya malúyag magginaúng, kag kitá áton malúyag man magpamátì sang íya nga pagginaúng. Let him speak of his imaginary plans and accomplishments, for he likes to build castles in the air, and we also like to listen to him speaking about such schemes. (N.B. ginaúng is more in use than gaúng).


gihápon

Hiligaynon

(H) Ever, constantly, always, evermore, continually, perpetually, at all times or hours. Ari kamí sa maáyo nga láwas nga súbung sang sa gihápon. We are in as good health as ever. Iníng táo nagatámbong sa gihápon sa bulangán. This man is always at the cock-pit. Si Fuláno nagatámbong pa gihápon sa bulangán. N.N. is still at the cock-pit. (i.e. he has been there for some time and is there yet). Komústa man ang masakít?-Amó gihápon. How is the sick person?-The same as ever. Kon madámol ang úlan may bahâ sa gihápon. Whenever there is a heavy rain, the river rises. (see dáyon, daláyon, pírme).


hádoy

Hiligaynon

To roam, loaf, ramble, saunter, walk about idly, take a stroll, idle. Igò lang ikáw sang hádoy-or-daláyon lang ikáw nagahádoy. You are a loafer-or-You are always idling.


hínat

Hiligaynon

To stretch out, smooth, hold tightly to, open, (a book, cloth, paper, etc.), unfold, straighten out. Hináta ang hénero. Stretch out the cloth, smooth it out. Hináti akó sang ákon báyò nga yokô. Smooth out my creased jacket. Daláyon lang siá nagahínat sang baráha sa adláw-ádlaw nga tanán. He opens the cards every day, (i.e. he is always playing at cards). Palabása gid siá; dáyon lang níya ginahínat ang líbro. He is an omnivorous reader; he always keeps a book open before him. (see hítad).


húdlot

Hiligaynon

To hang down, dangle as mucus from the nose. Daláyon gid lang nagahúdlot ang síp-on siníng bátà. This boy always has mucus hanging from his nose. Indì mo pagpahudlotón ang ímo síp-on, kóndì pahíran mo sang pányo. Don't let mucus hang from your nose, but wipe it off with a handkerchief.


kagirihim-után

Hiligaynon

Peacefulness, tranquillity, quiet, repose, calmness; joy, pleasure. Walâ sing kagirihim-után ang kalibútan, kon daláyon gid lang magtalibóbò ang ulán. There is no pleasure in life (in the world), when it always rains. Walâ sing kagirihim-után ang íya guyá, panumdúman, etc. He looks worried, his mind is troubled, etc. (see buót, hamúot).


lalá-lála

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of lála-to sing a lullaby; to solfa, etc. Daláyon gid lang siá nagalalá-lála sang dumáan nga "Ilí-íli duyáyan, ibutáng si akáy sa dúyan". She is constantly singing the old lullaby: "Ilí-íli duyáyan, put the darling into the "duyan" (hammock)".


magútud, mag-útud

Hiligaynon

Brothers, sisters, brothers and sisters. Ang mga mag-útud. Brothers and sisters. Iníng mga magútud daláyon gid lang nagasinúay. These brothers are always quarrelling. (see útud).


masayón

Hiligaynon

Continuous, continual, constant, always. (dáyon, daláyon).


panumbálay

Hiligaynon

To pay visits for the sake of conversation or merely to while away the time, go from house to house to gossip, etc. Indì kamó magpanumbálay sing daláyon. Don't be always going from house to house. Iníng pamatán-on angayán gid lang magsáot kag magpanumbálay. This young man is only fit for dancing and wasting time visiting. (baláy).


parót

Hiligaynon

Lost, vanquished, no good, out of a game or race, defeated; to be defeated, lose, run foul of the rules, or the like. Nagkaparót (Naparót) siá. He lost (the game, election, etc.). Daláyon gid lámang siá (sang) parót. He always loses. He is always an also-ran. He is always one of the losers.


pasingít

Hiligaynon

To be ill-humoured, morose, ill-natured, ill conditioned, surly, crabby, crabbed, sullen or discontented, to murmur or complain, speak badly of. Daláyon gid lang silá nagapasingít. They are always complaining. Pinasíngtan níya silá. He complained about them. He spoke badly of them (finding fault with them, or the like).


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