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dapâ

Hiligaynon

Snubnosed, flatnosed, simous. (see kulapâ, kurapâ).



atáy-átay

Hiligaynon

The best or central part of a thing; core, marrow; palm of the hand, sole of the foot, (see tungâ, alibútud, ótok, pálad, dapá-dapá^).


bókod

Hiligaynon

(B) To take up-, grasp-, with one's fingers, to eat with one's fingers. Ang kán-on ginabókod. Rice is eaten with the fingers. Ang mga Amerikáno índì makakibaló magbókod. The Americans do not know how to eat with their fingers. Ibókod lang ang kán-on, kay walâ kitá sing kutsára. Simply eat the rice with your fingers, as we have no spoons. (see húngit, hamál, dapá, timó).


dapá-dapá

Hiligaynon

The sole of the foot. (see ilalapák).


dáplak

Hiligaynon

Flat; to be flat; to drop flat to the ground. (see háplak, dapâ, kurapâ).


kudiapáhon

Hiligaynon

Pertaining to kudiápa; as plain or as flat as the leaves of the kudiápa-plant; snub-nosed, flat-nosed. (see dapâ, kurapâ).


kulapâ

Hiligaynon

Flatnosed, snubnosed. (see dapâ, kurapâ).


dápal

Hiligaynon

A hand breadth, a palm, the width of the palm of the hand or of the four fingers.


dapál

Hiligaynon

A handful; to eat by handfuls; to slap with the open hand or palm. Idapál lang ang kán-on. Just eat the rice by handfuls. Ihátag mo sa íya ang isá ka dapál nga kán-on. Give him a handful of rice. Hípus ka; kay kon dílì dapalán ko ang bábà mo. Be silent or I will slap you on the mouth.


dápat

Hiligaynon

Fit, meet, due, right, proper, becoming, that should or ought to be done as a moral obligation, frequently to be translated simply with: should, ought; to fit, adapt, use, apply, befit, beseem, become, behoove, be right, be one's due, be expected, be the proper thing to do. Dápat ka magbúhat sinî. You should do it. You ought to do it. Inâ ígò kag dápat. That was (is) fit and proper or as it should be. Dílì gid dápat iní. This certainly is not-becoming,-proper,-the right thing to do. This is wrong entirely. Idápat nímo iní sa ímo kinahánglan. Apply this to your need. Dapáti sing salúg ang ímo kosína. Have a floor laid down in your kitchen. Gindápat níya ang ganháan sing maáyo. He closed the door altogether. Gindápat sang pánday ang ganháan sing maáyo. The carpenter fitted the door well. Dapáta ang puertáhan. Shut the door close. (In this last sense see ángkop, háop, háom) Gindápat níya ang ísa ka plántsa nga sin sa atóp. He put a sheet of galvanized iron on the roof. (see ígò, ángay).


dápat

Hiligaynon

Use, usefulness, advantage. Walâ gid sing dápat ináng ímo sugilánon. What you said-is of no use,-serves no good purpose. Táo nga waláy dápat (dapátdapát). A useless man, a good-for-nothing, loafer, idler. (see ásoy, átsoy, águd, agúdagúd, pulús).


dapát

Hiligaynon

Fitted, adapted, accommodated, furnished or trimmed with, adjusted, closed well, joined well. (see dápat).


dapát-dapát

Hiligaynon

Dim. of dápat-usefulness, etc. (see agúdagúd).


dápaw

Hiligaynon

A small insect often to be found in hens' nests and causing a peculiar itch, if it gets on human skin. Also verb. Butangí sing ádgaw ang pugarán sang ímo manók, agud índì pagabután sang dápaw or agúd índì pagdapáwan. Put some adgao-leaves into your hens' nests, so that the dápao-insect may not infest them.


dapáy

Hiligaynon

The hawk, any rapacious hawk-like bird, a bird of prey. (see banóg).


dapáy-dápay

Hiligaynon

To rub or massage lightly, apply gentle friction, stroke. (see daláyday,


hidapdápan

Hiligaynon

July. (see Húlyo).


kadapâ

Hiligaynon

Snub-nosedness, quality of one who is flat-nosed or snub-nosed.


kadapátan

Hiligaynon

Outfit, equipment, utensils, furniture, gear, tools; use, usefulness, utility, adaptability. (see galamitón, kasangkápan).


padápat

Hiligaynon

To apply, cause to apply or put on, etc. Ipadápat sa íya iníng bulúng. Apply this lotion to him. Padapáta ang ganháan. Have the door closed. Pinadapátan níla ang íya hubág sing bulúng. They had a sedative put on (applied to) his boil. (pa, dápat).


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