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góro

Hiligaynon

(Sp. gorro) Cap, coif. (see góra).



górò

Hiligaynon

(B) To thrust or stick in, etc. See gólò.


górò

Hiligaynon

To hiss, bubble, effervesce, fizz, fizzle, sing, froth, foam, gurgle as rice when nearly boiled, a soda-water bottle on being opened or the like. Nagagórò na ang tiníg-ang. The boiling rice is hissing (i.e. is nearly cooked). Magagórò ang serbésa kon búksan ang botílya. Beer fizzes when the bottle is opened. (see bórò, sórò).


gólò

Hiligaynon

(H) To thrust, poke, put, stick or introduce one's finger, arm or anything fit for the purpose into a hole, crack, fissure, etc. Igólò ang kamót mo sa búhò. Put your hand in the hole. Gingolóan níya sang bastón ang haló sa búhò. He poked his stick against the iguana in the hole. Golóa sang biníklan ang gwáb sang káhoy, kay daw may mán-og sa sulúd. Poke the bamboo into the hollow of the tree, for it looks as if there is a snake inside. Si Sánto Tomás buót maggólò sang íya túdlò sa ági sang lánsang sa kamót sang Aton Ginúo. St. Thomas wished to put his finger into the hole made by the nails in Our Lord's hands. (see górò).


gorogotó

Hiligaynon

(B) To distrust, mistrust, be skeptical as to, question, doubt the fairness or justice of. Nagagorogotó ang ákon buót sang pagbáhin níla sang maís. I suspect unfairness in their division of the corn. (see sabít).


gorogotóng

Hiligaynon

A partially developed egg in a hen's ovary.


goróng-górong

Hiligaynon

A kind of plant with medicinal properties.


gorót

Hiligaynon

(B) To cut, etc. See golót. Gótron-gótlon.


basbáson

Hiligaynon

Robust, vigorous, strong, able-bodied, active. Kalím-an na ka túig ang íya nga edád, ápang basbáson pa siá. He is fifty years old, but quite vigorous still Si Fuláno basbáson pa sa íya. N.N. is still more robust than he.


báskug

Hiligaynon

Stiffness, brittleness, strength; rigidity; to be or become stiff or brittle; to be or become strong, vigorous. Nagbáskug ang ákon báyò, kay natám-an sing almidón. My jacket is stiff, because it has been overstarched. Sa waláy duhádúha magabáskug ang íya láwas sa umá. No doubt, he will get strong again on the farm. Nagbolobáskug na siá liwán. He is now quite strong again. (see tískug, balískog, kusúg).


buhî

Hiligaynon

Alive, live, living, quick, existent, not dead; to live, be alive; to live, stay, reside, have one's abode or residence, remain. Buhî nga táo. A live man. A vigorous, energetic, alert, active man. A "live wire". Ang mga buhî kag ang mga minatáy. The quick (living) and the dead. Buhî pa si Fuláno?-Hóo, buhî pa siá. Is N.N. still living?-Yes, he is living still. Kútub sang pagsulúd níya sa pagkamónha nagkabuhî pa siá sing napúlò ka túig. From the time of her entrance into the order she lived ten years. Ang pagkabuhî (pagkinabuhî) níla sa íla umá matáwhay kaáyo kag malinóng. They-are living,-live,-have lived, a very happy and quiet life at their farm. (see búhî, patáy-dead; puyô, lúntad, amoyóng, estár).


dáhop

Hiligaynon

(B) To urge, occupy, keep busy, ply with work, give much to do. Dahópa ang táo sa pagóbra. Keep the man busy at work. Gindáhop níya akó sa pagarádo, sa pagbáyad sang ákon útang, etc. He urged me to plough vigorously, to pay my debt at once, etc. (see sákò).


dugá-dúga

Hiligaynon

Infirmity of purpose, evasion, wavering, hesitation, demur; to act irresolutely, etc., but mostly constructed with a negative particle and hence having a positive meaning: Resolutely, thoroughly, vigorously, without hesitation or wavering of purpose. Ginhánot níya siá sa waláy dugádúga. He gave him a good thrashing. Indì mo pagdugádugáhan ang paghákot sing humáy, ang paghákwat sing batô, etc. Carry rice, lift stones, etc., with right good will. (see hugábhúgab).


gólgol

Hiligaynon

To saw off, to cut by moving the cutting instrument to and fro, like a saw. Golgolá ang líog sang manók. Cut off the chicken's neck. Igólgol ako ánay sang líog sang gánsa, kay akó ákon mahádluk maggólgol sinâ. Please cut off the goose's neck for me, for I am afraid to do it. Gingolgolán siá sang manugbúlung sa páa. The physician cut into his leg. Amó iní ang gingolgolán sang buyóng sang líog sang makaloló-oy nga táo. This is the place where the brigand cut the poor fellow's throat. (see golót, gorót).


golót

Hiligaynon

(H) A cutlet, rasher, fillet, piece, slice, part cut off; to slice, cut in pieces. Gótli akó sing tátlo ka golót nga kárne sang báka. Cut me off three slices of beef. Gótla ang lúbid. Cut the string. Igolót iníng kotsílyo sa báboy. Use this knife to carve the pork with. Panggótla ang báka. Cut up the beef into slices. (see gorót, gólgol).


kalágtom

Hiligaynon

Freshness, vigour, vigorousness, floridness (of plants). (lágtom).


mabáskug

Hiligaynon

Stiff, hard, unbending, rigid, inflexible; strong, robust, of great strength or vigour, healthy, vigorous. (see báskug).


mabúhat

Hiligaynon

Active, energetic, enterprising, vigorous, reliable at work, sedulous, not idle or lazy. Mabúhat nga táo. An active man. (see mapísan, makarî, maúkud).


mahimud-úson

Hiligaynon

Energetic, diligent, active, making great efforts, vigorous, striving hard. (see himúd-os, mapísan, maúkud, matinguháon).


makúsug

Hiligaynon

Robust, strong, muscular, brawny, sinewy, powerful, mighty, vigorous. (see kúsug, kusúg).


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