Search result(s) - gawáygáway

hálmok

Hiligaynon

To soften, mollify, make flexible, pliable, limber, or supple. Ginhalmokán níya ang tabákò nga kigás. He softened the brittle, dried-up tobacco-leaves. Ipahálmok mo sa tabákò iníng mga dáhon sang lúmboy kag gawáygáway. Use these lumboy and gawaygaway-leaves to make the tobacco soft (flexible).



hámgud

Hiligaynon

To strip small flowers or leaves off the stalk by passing them through the closed hand or fingers. Hamgurá (-udá) lang ang balúnggay, kay ilúnud ko sa tinóla. Strip the balunggay-leaves, for I am going to put them into the sauce (stew). Hamgurí akó sing dáhon sang gawáygáway. Strip me some gawáygáway-leaves. Ihámgud akó sing pilá ka búlak sang kadenadeamór. Please strip off for me some flowere of the cadena de amor.


kawáy-kawáy

Hiligaynon

To dangle, swing in suspension, etc. (see káway, kabítkábit, kabílkabíl, gawáygáway).