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gául

Hiligaynon

To shout, vociferate, yell, bellow, roar, talk very noisily. Ang mga bátà nagagául or nagaginául sa nakawáan sang bánwa. The children are very noisy in the public square. Indì mo akó paggaúlan. Don't shout at me. Gául ka. Shout. Gaúli siá, kay índì siá makabatî kon índì mo pagigául ang ímo tíngug. Shout at him, for he cannot hear you, unless you raise your voice to a roar. (see gúal, sínggit, gáuy).



gaúl-gául

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of gául.


gáuy

Hiligaynon

To shout, etc. (see gául, gúal, sínggit, turayáw, pugaás).


gúal, gú-al

Hiligaynon

To shout, talk loudly, vociferate, be noisy (of voices). Indì kamó maggúal-or-magginúal. Don't talk so loudly. Don't shout so much. (see gául, sínggit, turayáw, gáuy).


gúlà

Hiligaynon

Noise, racket, boisterousness, commotion, alarm, tumult; to be noisy, etc. Indì kamó maggúlà or magginúlà. Don't make such a noise or disturbance. Nagaginúlà kamó nga daw pánkà. You are making a noise like a lot of frogs. (see gául, gúal, gáhud, gánsal, galúng, gamú).


guláng

Hiligaynon

(B) To shout, scream, yell. Gulangí siá. Shout to him. (see gául, gúal, gáuy, turayáw, sínggit, pagaás, pugaás).


aníno

Hiligaynon

Shadow, outline, trace, silhouette, often used as a figure of speech. Walâ akó sing aníno sa paglakát dirâ. I have not the shadow of a thought or intention of going there. Walâ sing aníno ang tiémpo nga magaulán sa madalî. It does not look at all as if it were going to rain soon. (see lándong, tándà).


bánà

Hiligaynon

(B) Opinion, guess, surmise, thought; to think, guess, opine, surmise. Ginabánà ko nga magaulán karón sa hápon. I guess it will rain this afternoon. Sa ákon bánà índì siá makatabók sa subâ, kay may bahâ. In my opinion he cannot cross the river, because it is in flood. (see bántà).


dáb-ot

Hiligaynon

To make a long arm, stretch out one's arm, to reach something hanging on a peg or the like. Dab-otá ang báyò sa lánsang. Reach down the jacket from the nail. Dab-otí akó siníng búlak sa káhoy. Reach up and pluck me this flower from the tree. Malúyag siá magkúhà sang estámpa sa díngding, ápang índì siá makadáb-ot. He would like to take down the picture from the wall, but he cannot reach it. Idáb-ot mo akó sa madalî sináng mga panápton nga hinaláy sa salabláyan, kay magaulán sa dílì madúgay. Please take in at once those clothes hanging on the line, for it is coming on to rain. (see lámbut, dángat).


gámit

Hiligaynon

To employ, use, make use of, resort to, apply, avail oneself of, utilize. Gamíta lang ang ákon lagárì. Use my saw. Gamíti ang ídò sing látigo, agúd magpalágyo. Use the whip on the dog so that it may run away. Gamíta ang páyong, kay nagaulán. Use the umbrella, for it is raining. Gamítan mo siá sing bastón, kon magsutíl. Give him the stick, if he gets naughty. Gingámit níya ang ákon arádo sa íya nga umá. He used my plough for his field. Ipagámit mo sa ákon ang ímo karabáw sa pagarádo sa buás. Permit me to make use of your buffalo to-morrow for ploughing. Gingámit níya ang íya palangakóan sa pagmánggad. He availed himself of his official position to enrich himself. Gamíta ang tiémpo sing mabúot. Employ your time wisely.


gándo

Hiligaynon

Sign, mark, indication, token, presage, prognostic, omen. Walâ sing gándo ang kalibútan nga magaulán karón. There is no indication that it is going to rain presently. Walâ man siá sing gándo nga mapamanílà. There is no sign that he is going to Manila. (see aníno, tándà, timáan, gáman, túyò, pát-in).


hát-om

Hiligaynon

To divine, guess, surmise, assume, presume, suppose. Ginahát-om ko nga magaulán karón sa hápon. I think it will rain this afternoon. (see máy-om, sát-um, pakót, hangúp, lágpat).


kay

Hiligaynon

(H) For, because, on account of, for the reason. Indì akó magkádto dídto, kay nagaulán. I am not going there, because it is raining.


pa

Hiligaynon

Yet, still, besides, more, furthermore, also. Walâ pa (índì pa) siá magabút. He has not (will not) arrived (arrive) yet. Sa súbung siní índì pa akó makahalín. I cannot leave just at present. Sa ákon bántà magaulán pa karón sa hápon. In my opinion it will still be raining (it will rain again) this afternoon. May isá pa ka katarúngan--. There is still another (one more) reason or argument. Isá pa. One thing more. Maáyo pa (labíng maáyo pa) kon--. It were better (It would be better still), if--. Kag índì pa kay amó inâ lámang, kóndì--. And not only this, but--. This does not tell the whole story, but--. Matáas pa ang búkid nga Napulák. The Napulák mountain is higher (still). Malayô pa. It is far yet. (see angód, gihápon).


palabá

Hiligaynon

Caus. of labá-to wash clothes. To let wash, send to the wash, get things washed. Kon malúyag ka palábhon ko ikáw sang ákon mga panápton. If you are willing, I'll-give you my clothes to wash,-let you wash my clothes. Ipalabá ang mahígkò nga báyò sa mamumunák. Let the washerwoman wash the dirty jacket. Ang tanán nga lalábhan nga mapalabá mo sa amó nga bulunakán pagatatápon sing maáyo kag igaúlì sa ímo nga matínlò kaáyo. All the wash you may send to that laundry will be handled carefully and returned to you perfectly clean, (see labá, pabúnak).


pasílong

Hiligaynon

(H) To shelter (intransitive), to take-, seek-, find-, shelter,-refuge,-cover,-protection (against rain, the heat of the sun, etc.). Pasílong (mapasílong) kitá ánay, kay nagaulán. Let us take shelter, for it is raining. Papasilónga siá sa ímo páyong. Let him stand under your umbrella. Ipasílong ang karabáw sa idálum sang páhò. Put the buffalo under the mango tree for shelter. Shelter the buffalo under the mango tree. (see sílong).


sosoón

Hiligaynon

To cover the head against rain or sun, especially said of women loosening their skirt and putting it over their head. Magsosoón ka lang, kay magaulán. Cover your head (with your skirt), for it is coming on to rain. (see tákdung, kódong, takuróng).


Hiligaynon

An exclamation: There now! What did I teil youl Didn't I tell you! Té, nagaulán na. There now! It is raining. Didn't I tell you it would (was coming on to) rain! (see , ).


tubúng

Hiligaynon

A farmer's weather-rule, weather forecast, peasant's maxim. Many believe that the weather during the first twelve days of January somehow forecasts the weather for the whole year. The second day of January is called the "tubúng" of February, the third the "tubúng" of March, the fourth the "tubúng" of April and so on. Kon magulán sa ikápat ka ádlaw sang Enéro magaulán man sa búlan sa Abril, kay naulanán man ang íya sinâ nga tubúng. If it rains on the fourth day of January there will be rain in April, because it rained on the day that forecasts the weather for April.


ulán

Hiligaynon

(H) Rain, shower of rain, downpour; to rain. May ulán. There is (was) rain. Nagaulán. It is raining. Nagulán kahápon sing madámol. Yesterday it rained heavily. Naulanán kamí sa dálan. We had rain on the road. Dalágan kamó, kay kon dílì maulanán kamó. Run or-the rain will overtake you,-you will be caught in the rain. Ang Diós nagapasubáng sang íya ádlaw sa mga maáyo kag sa mga maláut kag nagapaulán sa mga matárung kag sa mga dîmatárung. God "maketh his sun to rise upon the good and bad, and raineth upon the just and the unjust". Maulían gid man iníng mga tanúm sa madalî kon maulanán lang. These plants will recover (pick up) soon-after a shower of rain,-if they have (receive) some rain. Daw sa maulán (magaulán). It looks as if it were coming on to rain. (urán id.; see talíthi, apókapók, tampú-támpu, dúngdung, búnok, etc.).