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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.


bangál

Hiligaynon

A handful; to take a handful, eat by handfuls. Ibangál ang kán-on. Eat the rice by handfuls. Bangalí (bangalá) ang bábà níya sing kán-on. Put a handful of rice into his mouth. (see hamál, dapál).


bokód

Hiligaynon

(B) A little, as much as one can take up with his fingers. (see hungít, hamál, dapál, timó).


dámpal

Hiligaynon

To beat, strike, slap, etc. See dapál, sámpal, sámpay.


hamál

Hiligaynon

A handful; to eat with one's hand, using the hollow of the hand to carry food to the mouth. Ihamál lang ang kán-on. Just eat rice from the hollow of your hand. Hamalí siá sing isá ka hamál nga kán-on. Put a handful of rice into his mouth. Hamalí ang bábà níya. Put a handful to his mouth, i.e. Give him a slap on the mouth. Hatági akó sing isá ka hamál. Give me a handful. (see dapál, bókod, bokód-to eat with one's fingers).


hinápal

Hiligaynon

To slap, strike; to revile, rail at, curse and swear, use strong language. (see dapál).


tapál

Hiligaynon

To slap, strike. See dapál.


sandápal

Hiligaynon

One handbreadth too short; crippled.