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daní

Hiligaynon

(B) Frequented, often visited, resorted to; to resort to, frequent, haunt. Ang daní dirí makasáyod sinâ. Those who often come here know that. Ang mga nagapangúma nagadaní sa tiénda. Farmers often visit the shop, store or market. Magdaní ka sa bánwa. You should often come to town. (see damít).



báw-ing

Hiligaynon

Isolated, far away, lonely, desolate, deserted; to be or become lonely, etc. Ang báw-ing nga lugár dílì daní sang táo. An isolated place is not often visited by man. Nagbáw-ing iníng minurô, kay walâ na pagaestarí sang táo. This small village became desolate, because people do not live here any longer.


damít

Hiligaynon

Frequented, much resorted to, haunt of many, visited by many; to frequent, haunt, resort to, visit often. Dílì gid damít sang táo iníng lugár. This place is but seldom visited by human beings. Nagadamít siá sa ámon baláy. He is a frequent visitor at our house. He often calls on us. (see daní, gamít).


gamít

Hiligaynon

Frequented, resorted to, etc. (see damít, daní).


salayó

Hiligaynon

(H) Inhabited, occupied; to live or dwell in, to be inhabited, have social intercourse, frequent, visit, use. Salayó iníng lugár. This place is inhabited, is much frequented or visited, is full of life. Nagmíngaw iníng lugár, kay walâ na pagasaláywi (pagasalayohí) sang táo. This place has become dreary, for it is no longer inhabited. (see daní, damít, sayó, sabúy).


(H) A regular visitor, guest, frequenter, client, customer. (see sayó, súkì, daní).


dagándan

Hiligaynon

A fence of horizontal split bamboo fastened to posts about a yard apart; to make such a fence. Dagandaní ang sa idálum sang baláy, ang pamulákan, etc. Make a dagándan-fence around the lower part of the house, around the flower-garden, etc. Dagandaná iníng mga kawáyan. Prepare this bamboo for a dagándan-fence or make a dagándan-fence of it. Idagándan iníng mga kawayán. Use this bamboo for making a dagándan-fence. Diín si tátay mo?-Nagadagándan siá sang talámnan. Where is your father?-He is making a dagándan-fence round the field. (see síklat-a fence of vertical split bamboo).


hágdan

Hiligaynon

Stair, staircase, stairway, ladder, flight of-stairs,-of steps, step-ladder; to apply or use a ladder. Hagdaní ang baláy mo. Provide your house with a flight of steps. Ihágdan ko iníng káhoy sa ákon baláy. I'll use this wood to make stairs for my house. Ginhagdanán níla ang baláy sing tápì, agúd maghapús ang pagsákà. They made a stair of planks to their house to make it easy to go up. Diín ang hágdan? Where is the ladder?


púdan

Hiligaynon

The piece of wood or bamboo attached to the gíkos and góta and connecting the draught-animal with the plough, harrow, etc.; a small board worn on the back under the ropes in the primitive method of weaving by means of an ántip; to use such a board, etc. Magpúdan ka, agúd índì magsakít ang pudanán mo. Wear a board on your back, so that your spine may not be hurt. Pudáni siá. Put a board over her back. Provide her with a board for the back. (see upúdan id.).