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dirâ-dirâ

Hiligaynon

(H) Rather well to do, but not rich; having a moderate living or income. Inanák siá sang isá ka panimaláy nga may dirâdirâ. He is the scion of a rather well-to-do family. (see dawâ-dawâ).



humán-humán

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of humán. Also: Rather prosperous or well-to-do, neither very rich nor poor, quite sufficient or satisfactory; comfortable, easy (of life, circumstances, etc.). (see hingánhingán, dirâdirâ, dawâdawâ).


maarús-arús

Hiligaynon

Satisfactory, neither rich nor poor, rather well-to-do, well off. (see dawâdawâ, dirâdirâ, hingánhingán).


madawâ-dawâ

Hiligaynon

Satisfactory, pretty good, sufficient, decent, not bad, not very much, but not too little either. (dawâdawâ). (see dirâdirâ, ayádayád, maáyo, gáwa, madahóldahól).


mahalús-halús

Hiligaynon

Neither poor nor rich, moderate, mediocre, middling, satisfactory, not too much nor too little, of moderate means, rather well off, middle-class. (see mahumánhumán, mahingánhingán, dawâdawâ, dirâdirâ).


manahî-nahî

Hiligaynon

Rather well-to-do, neither rich nor poor, satisfactory, sufficient. (see dawâdawâ, hingánhingán, dirâdirâ).


maraháy-raháy

Hiligaynon

Mediocre, neither poor nor rich, neither much nor little, middle-class. (see hingánhingán, dawâdawâ, dirâdirâ).