Search result(s) - dalîdálì

batín-batín

Hiligaynon

To walk quickly, hurry, haste, hasten, scurry, step briskly, run. Paypayí siá, agúd magbatínbatín. Beckon him to walk quickly. Ang idô nagabatínbatín kon makítà níya ang íya agálon. The dog runs, when he sees his master. (see dalîdálì).



burá-búra

Hiligaynon

To hurry, quicken, hasten, urge to be quick. Buráburáha ang mga bátà, agúd magbulúthù, kay sa madalî na lang mabúksan ang kláse. Tell the children to make haste to school, for class will open very soon. (see apurá, dalîdálì).


dagón-dágon

Hiligaynon

(B) To step out, walk briskly, walk with quick steps. Nagadagón-dágon siá sa íya paglakát. He is walking with rapid strides. Dagóndagóna ang ímo pagtikáng. Hasten your steps. Quicken your pace. (see dalîdálì).


dahán-dáhan

Hiligaynon

To be quick, make haste, put one's best foot forward; to quicken, hasten. Dahándahána ang ímo paglakát. Walk faster. Anó gid ang ginadahándahánan mo sa paglakát? Why are you walking so fast? Gindahándahánan níya ang íya pagtikáng. He quickened his pace, hastened his steps. (see dagóndágon, dalîdálì, hakónhákon, dahángdáhang).


dakín-dákin

Hiligaynon

(B) Dim. and Freq. of dákin. Also: To be quick, hasten, hurry, do quickly or with despatch. Dakíndákin ka sa paglakát-or-dakínkína ang ímo paglakát. Quicken your pace, walk quickly. (see dalîdálì, dagóndágon, hakónhákon).


dasáy-dásay

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of dásay. Ginadasáydásay níya ang íya paglakát, pagarádo, etc. He walks, ploughs, etc. rather quickly. (see dalîdálì, dasíg-dásig, dakíndákin).


datíng-datíng

Hiligaynon

To step out, walk-briskly,-nimbly,-quickly. Nagadatíng-datíng siá. He walks briskly. (see dalîdálì, dakíndákin).


hurá-húra

Hiligaynon

Hurry, anxiety, insistence; to be anxious (quick) about something, be in a hurry, insist on. (see kurátkurát, dalîdálì).


i

Hiligaynon

The letter "i" is pronounced in Visayan as in Spanish, except when it has an abrupt sound as in the words:-dalî, dalîdálì, tahî, hibî, etc. To avoid an hiatus "i" slurs into a following vowel as if a "y" had been inserted, and in fact "y" is often inserted in modern spelling, e.g. hiás, hiyás, tián, tiyán; íos, íyos, etc. However a distinct hiatus occurs when an abrupt "i" is followed by a vowel, e.g. daliá, dali-á, not dalyá; tahión, tahi-ón, not tahiyón; ginharían, ginharí-an, not ginharíyan, etc. (From dalî, tahî, hárì, etc.).


i

Hiligaynon

The letter "i" is pronounced in Visayan as in Spanish, except when it has an abrupt sound as in the words:-dalî, dalîdálì, tahî, hibî, etc. To avoid an hiatus "i" slurs into a following vowel as if a "y" had been inserted, and in fact "y" is often inserted in modern spelling, e.g. hiás, hiyás, tián, tiyán; íos, íyos, etc. However a distinct hiatus occurs when an abrupt "i" is followed by a vowel, e.g. daliá, dali-á, not dalyá; tahión, tahi-ón, not tahiyón; ginharían, ginharí-an, not ginharíyan, etc. (From dalî, tahî, hárì, etc.).


tikím

Hiligaynon

See daríri id. Indì mo matikím iníng táo. You cannot easily prevail on this man, you cannot at an instant's notice make him comply with your request or move him to do your bidding. (see dalîdálì).


dalî-dálì

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of dalî. Anó ang ímo nga ginadalîdálì-or-anó ang ginadalîdalián mo? Why are you in such a hurry? What is the reason of your haste?