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sagákwal

Hiligaynon

To grasp, seize, infold, enfold, clasp, embrace, take hold of. (see hugákom, hakús, gamál, karipón).



pangamálus

Hiligaynon

An uneasy sensation in the skin (that inclines one to scratch the affected part), itch; to itch (as of a healing wound, etc.). (see málus).


arukahík

Hiligaynon

(B) To volunteer, to do something-of one's own free will,-of one's own accord, to move, stir, work without being told or without waiting for orders. Nagarukahík siá sa pagtígang, bisán walâ pa magabút si nánay níya. She boiled rice without waiting for the arrival of her mother. Akó lang nga isá ang nagaarukahík sa baláy, kay tanán silá nagamalasakít. I alone am up and working in the house, for all the rest are ill. (see matómató).


malí-máli

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of malí. Also: to insinuate, hint at, use indirect language, enlighten another's mind by allusions, speak in parables, often practised by one who wishes to obtain a favour from another or to come to an agreement, to throw out a "polite hint" in a round-about way. Ginmalímalíhan níya kamí nga ang íya nónoy buút mangasáwa sa ámon índay. He politely insinuated that his son wants to marry our daughter. Malímalíha ang paghámbal mo sa íla. Talk to them with polite insinuations or allusions. Nagamalímáli silá nga buút magsímpon sa ámon sang íla anák. They are insinuating their desire or wish of having their boy stay with us. Masúnsun ang hámbal sang Aton Ginúo malímáli. Our Lord often spoke in parables.


panga

Hiligaynon

Now and then used instead of pang-, e.g. pangalíntak (líntak); pangalabá (labá); pangamálus (málus), etc.