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galó

Hiligaynon

A ladleful; to lade, ladle, dip, spoon or draw out with a ladle or dipper, scoop up. Ang manuglútò nagagaló na sang tinóla. The cook has begun to ladle out the side-dish. Gálwi (galohí) akó sing isá ka galó nga kán-on, sópas, sabáw, etc. Give me a ladleful of rice, soup, broth, etc. Igaló akó ánay siníng tinóla nga natigána sa mga dumulúaw. Please ladle out this side-dish for the visitors. Ginálwan akó ni Fuláno sing kárne nga laúya. N.N. scooped out for me some boiled meat. Indì ka magsabát, kay básì magálwan man ikáw. Don't say a word or you may catch it, (receive a scolding or the like). (see sarók, kándus).



galô-galô

Hiligaynon

To tease, vex, irritate, annoy. Indì mo siá paggalôgalòón, kay maákig gid siá. Don't tease him, for he will get angry.


Dim. and Freq. of galó-to ladle, dip out, etc.


garaló

Hiligaynon

Ladle, scoop, dipper, large spoon. (see kalándus, luág, galó).


kándus

Hiligaynon

To shovel, scoop, spoon or ladle out dry and liquid things. Kandusá ang humáy, sópas, etc. Scoop out the rice, ladle out the soup, etc. Kandusí akó sing isá ka kándus nga sópas. Give me a ladleful of soup. Ikándus akó ánay sing duhá ka gántang nga humáy, kay ipíslong ko sa lusóng kag bayohón. Kindly scoop out two gantas of rice for me, because I am going to put it into the mortar and pound it. (see sarók, galó).


agálon

Hiligaynon

Lord, master, employer, boss, (see ágad).


bugalón

Hiligaynon

See bugalán. Also: To be or become proud, etc. Indì ka magímpon sa mga bugalón, kay bâsì magbugalón ka man. Don't associate with the proud lest you should become proud yourself. Nabugalonán akó sa íya. He is too stuck-up for me. He appears to be showing off. (see matinaastaáson).


bungálon

Hiligaynon

A kind of grass often cultivated and fed to horses, etc.; zacate. (see kúmpay, sakáte).


galón

Hiligaynon

(Sp. galón) Gallon, liquid measure containing four quarts; galloon, braid, trimming, strips as used in uniforms, etc., as a mark of distinction or simple decoration; to provide or furnish with galloons, etc. Galoní ang íya pakô sing duhá ka galón. Put two stripes or galloons on his sleeve. Galonón ko lang iníng hénero nga mapulá. I'll just make galloons of this red cloth. Ang isá ka láta nga agás may limá ka galón. One can of petroleum contains five gallons.


pangagálon

Hiligaynon

Freq. of agálon. To seek a master or owner, look for an employment, or the like, hunt for a job, try to find an employer. Ang idô nagapangagálon. The dog is looking for its master. Magpangagálon (Mangagálon) ka kon walâ ka sing palamúgnan. Go and look for somebody who will give you a job, who will employ you (as a cook, servant, errand-boy, washerwoman, etc.), if you are out of work (if you have no position, if you are unemployed).


pangalókos

Hiligaynon

Freq. of kalókos-to tuck up.


pangalós

Hiligaynon

Freq. of kalós-to scratch. Ang kuríng nagapangalós. The cat (is scratching) scratches. (see pangarós, which is more commonly used).


pangálot

Hiligaynon

Freq. of kálot-to scratch lightly, to relieve an itch by rubbing or scratching.


pangalót-kálot

Hiligaynon

Dim. of pangálot. Nagapangalótkálot siá sang íya ólo. He is scratching his head.


pangáloy

Hiligaynon

Freq. of áloy-to pretend to be sick, etc.


panugálon

Hiligaynon

Quality or manner of gambling, etc. Maáyo siá sing panugálon. He knows how to gamble well. Hanás siá sing panugálon. He is an expert gambler. (sugál).


regálo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. regalo, regalar) Present, gift, donation, keepsake; to make a present of, bestow upon. Iregálo mo lang sa íya iníng relóh. Give him this watch as a keepsake. Ginregálo iní sa ákon ni Fuláno. This was given to me as a present by N.N. (see dúlut, hátag, bugáy, pádya, prémyo).


singgálong

Hiligaynon

Fox; civet cat. (see singgárong, dídis).


tagálog

Hiligaynon

A male Tagalog. (see alóg).


tinggálong

Hiligaynon

Civet cat, etc. See singgálong.


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