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daúg

Hiligaynon

To overcome, win, be victorious, be superior, master, defeat, lick, conquer, vanquish, put down, overthrow, outdo, rout, gain the ascendancy or mastery of, get the best of, get the upper hand, get over difficulties; gain, winnings; conquered, vanquished, etc. Sín-o ang nagdaúg? Who won? Who came out victorious? Dág-on ko ikáw sa trabáho. I can beat you at work. Gindaúg níya akó. He overcame me. He defeated me. Dág-a siá sa pagsulát. Prove yourself his better at writing. Ang pagbása sang ininglés amó ang pagdaúg ni Pédro sa kay Hosé sang silá ang nagpadag-ánay (sang íla pagpadag-ánay). In English reading Pédro showed himself superior to José, when the two of them were competing. Makapilá nagdaúg siá? How often did he win? Pilá ang daúg mo? How much did you win or gain? Sín-o sa íla nga duhá ang daúg? Which of the two lost or was beaten?



baráto

Hiligaynon

(Sp. barato) Cheap, low-priced, costing little; to be, become or make cheap, to cheapen. Ginabaráto níla ang pagbalígyà, kay kon mahalón, walâ sing mabakál. They are selling cheap, for if they sell dear, nobody will buy. Baratóhon mo ang pagbalígyà sinâ. Sell it cheap. Baratóhi akó sing diótay nga daúg mo. Give me a little of the stake you won. Nagbaráto na ang humáy, kay maáyo ang patubás. Rice has gone down in price, for the harvest is good. (see mahál-dear).


basás

Hiligaynon

(Sp. baza) To make or win a trick in card-playing, to win; to beat, overcome, outdo, subdue. Walâ kamó makabasás sa ámon. You did not win a trick from us. Indì ka makabasás sa íya sa sugilánon, sa hámpang, etc. You cannot beat him at conversation, at play, etc. (see daúg).


dág-on

Hiligaynon

For daugón from daúg.


dalág-an

Hiligaynon

A winning chance, advantage, superiority; anything that assures the victory or guarantees the desired outcome. (daúg).


dalág-on

Hiligaynon

(H) Conquerable, surmountable, vincible, superable; that is to be, or can be, overcome; stake, premium, reward, guerdon, prize to be won. (see daúg).


damá

Hiligaynon

To overcome, beat, conquer, etc. See daúg, bagít. Indì akó kadamá sa íya sa súngka. I cannot beat him at the game of "súngka". (súngka-a game played with stones).


ísug

Hiligaynon

Bravery, valour, courage, nerve, grit, hardihood, fortitude, prowess, boldness, daring, intrepidity, doughtiness, fierceness, violence; to be brave, courageous, doughty, plucky, manly, firm, strict, valiant, fierce, unyielding. Nagísug siá sa pagbátok sa íya. He was brave enough to resist him. Akó lang ang naísgan mo, kay akó man lang daúg mo sa dúmug. You dared to fight me, because I am the only one you can vanquish in wrestling. Isúgi siá. Brave him. Dare him. Stand up to him. Ginpaísug níya ang idô sa paglagás sang talunón. He trained the dog to be brave in pursuing wild pigs. Paisúga siá sa pakigáway. Urge him on to fight. Stir him up for a fight. (see bákud, tútum, pág-on).


ísug

Hiligaynon

Bravery, valour, courage, nerve, grit, hardihood, fortitude, prowess, boldness, daring, intrepidity, doughtiness, fierceness, violence; to be brave, courageous, doughty, plucky, manly, firm, strict, valiant, fierce, unyielding. Nagísug siá sa pagbátok sa íya. He was brave enough to resist him. Akó lang ang naísgan mo, kay akó man lang daúg mo sa dúmug. You dared to fight me, because I am the only one you can vanquish in wrestling. Isúgi siá. Brave him. Dare him. Stand up to him. Ginpaísug níya ang idô sa paglagás sang talunón. He trained the dog to be brave in pursuing wild pigs. Paisúga siá sa pakigáway. Urge him on to fight. Stir him up for a fight. (see bákud, tútum, pág-on).


kadalág-an

Hiligaynon

(H) Victory, triumph, gain, conquest; chance of winning in a fight. Ang mga manggaránon nga madámù sing pílak amó ang may dakû nga kadalág-an sa pagpiniliáy. The rich with plenty of money have the best chance of winning in the elections. (daúg).


lándas

Hiligaynon

To crush, hammer, overcome, vanquish, conquer, outdo, worst, beat. Indì ka makalándas sa ákon sa dalágan. You can't outdo me in running. Landasá siá sa dúmug. Overcome him in wrestling. Landasá siá sa pagdáro. Outstrip him in ploughing. Dílì malándas iní. This cannot be beaten, is not to be overcome. (see daúg).


lísbut

Hiligaynon

(B) Worsted, defeated, overcome, lost, overpowered (by drink); to lose, be worsted, etc. (at gambling). Sín-o ang lísbut? Who lost? Who was defeated? Lísbut siá sang bíno. The wine has overcome him. He is drunk. Nalísbut siá sa baráha. He got the worst of it at card-playing or lost heavily gambling. (see daúg).


lún-us

Hiligaynon

To subject to, subdue, overpower, sway, rule over. Lun-usá siá. Make him obey your orders. Ginlún-us siá sang íya nga asáwa. He was ruled by his wife,-was hen-pecked,-was under the thumb of his wife. (see daúg, otóm, okóm).


lútos

Hiligaynon

Surpassed, outdone, inferior to another in any respect; to surpass, outdo, overcome, be superior to, vanquish, defeat, beat, conquer. Lútos siá ni Fuláno sa mánggad, sa kaálam, sa kataasón, etc. He is inferior to N.N. in wealth, in learning, in height, etc. He is not so wealthy, learned, tall, etc. as N.N. Linútos siá ni Fuláno. He was defeated by N.N. Lutóson siá ni Fuláno sa kaísug. N.N. will be superior to him in strength (bravery). He will be outdone in strength or bravery by N.N. Indì mo malútos ang íya nga katarúngan. You cannot beat (hold your ground or stand up against) his argument. (see daúg).


madaúg-daúgon

Hiligaynon

(H) Self-willed, overbearing, insolent, proud, arrogant, imperious, domineering, dictatorial. (see daúg).


mandadáug

Hiligaynon

Victor, conqueror, winner; victorious, triumphant. (see daúg).


okóm

Hiligaynon

To manage, control, hold in, tame, subdue, make amenable, to check, hold in check, discipline, make tractable. Indì akó makaokóm siníng bátà nga sutíl. I cannot manage this naughty boy. (see otóm, daúg).


okóm

Hiligaynon

To manage, control, hold in, tame, subdue, make amenable, to check, hold in check, discipline, make tractable. Indì akó makaokóm siníng bátà nga sutíl. I cannot manage this naughty boy. (see otóm, daúg).


otóm

Hiligaynon

To subdue, beat, triumph over, master, worst, defeat, overthrow, to go one better, to get-, have-, gain-the-better of,-best of,-upper hand,-ascendancy, to overpower, vanquish, overcome. Indì siá makaotóm sa kay Fuláno. He cannot overcome N.N. Indì mo siá maotóm sa siní nga bágay. You cannot beat him-at this,-in this way. (see daúg, okóm, sákup, lútos).


otóm

Hiligaynon

To subdue, beat, triumph over, master, worst, defeat, overthrow, to go one better, to get-, have-, gain-the-better of,-best of,-upper hand,-ascendancy, to overpower, vanquish, overcome. Indì siá makaotóm sa kay Fuláno. He cannot overcome N.N. Indì mo siá maotóm sa siní nga bágay. You cannot beat him-at this,-in this way. (see daúg, okóm, sákup, lútos).


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