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ámo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. amo) Employer, master, lord, boss; proprietor, owner. (see alagarán, palamúgnan, ginúo, tagíya).



gábà

Hiligaynon

To cut or scratch with a sharp bamboo, with a splinter, or the like; to mete out punishment, chastise, requite, punish, castigate (of Divine Providence); retribution, divine punishment, requital, chastisement, castigation, divine vengeance or justice. Anó ang nakagábà sa ímo?-Ginábà akó sang kawáyan. What gave you this scratch?-I was scratched by a bamboo. Nagábà ang ákon kamót sang biníal nga káhoy. My hand was cut by a piece of split wood. Indì kamó magbúhat sinâ, kay básì magabáan kamó. Don't do that, for you may receive divine retribution. Sa waláy duhádúha ang Mahál nga Diós magagábà sa íla kunína. Doubtless God will mete out to them later on a fitting punishment. Ang mga Hudíyo gingabáan sang dugô sang Aton Ginúo. The Jews had the blood of Our Lord visited on them. Sa madalî úkon sa madúgay magaabút gid sa tanán nga mga makasasálà ang gábà sang Diós. Sooner or later all sinners will meet with a condign punishment from God. (see báklis, kastígo, bálus, sípat).


ginagíhan

Hiligaynon

Incidents, occurrences, events, episodes in one's life, experiences, what one has gone through. Ang mga ginagíhan sang Aton Ginúo. The events in the life of our Lord. (see ági, tabô, pinaniíran, pinanilágan).


gínang

Hiligaynon

Lady, Madam, Mrs., wife. (see ginúo-Mr.; gíning-Miss).


gíning

Hiligaynon

Young lady, maid, maiden, girl, lass, single woman, Miss. (see gínang, ginúo).


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).


hámpak

Hiligaynon

Beating, thrashing, whacking, etc.; to beat, thrash, whack, drub, cane, strike, lash, flagellate, flog, whip, scourge, trounce, birch. Hampaká siá. Beat him. Whip him. Hampakí siá sa likód. Give him a flogging on his back. Hinámpak siá ni nánay níya. His mother gave him a beating. Ginhámpak ang Aton Ginúo sing mabangís sang mga mapíntas nga soldádo. The cruel soldiers scourged Our Lord severely. (see búnal, lámpus, lámba, bálbal).


húblas

Hiligaynon

Naked, bare, stripped, deprived of; nude, undressed; to strip, take off, bare, despoil, deprive of. Ang Aton Ginúo ginhublasán sang mga soldádo sang íya mga panápton. The soldiers stripped Our Lord of his garments. Indì mo pagpahublasón ang ímo mga bátà nga dolodalágkù na. Don't allow your bigger children to go about naked. Nahublasán siá sang tanán níya nga mánggad. He was deprived of all his wealth. (see hubû).


idág

Hiligaynon

To lean against some support while sitting (as a sick person against several pillows or the like). Nagaidág siá sa mga ulúnan. She is leaning against the pillows. Ginaidagán níya ang díngding. He is leaning against the wall. Ang masakít nga bátà íla ginpaidág sa isá ka butáka. They put the sick child half reclining in a comfortable armchair. Si San Huán nagaidág sa dúghan sang Aton Ginúo. St. John leant against the breast of Our Lord. (see sándig).


idág

Hiligaynon

To lean against some support while sitting (as a sick person against several pillows or the like). Nagaidág siá sa mga ulúnan. She is leaning against the pillows. Ginaidagán níya ang díngding. He is leaning against the wall. Ang masakít nga bátà íla ginpaidág sa isá ka butáka. They put the sick child half reclining in a comfortable armchair. Si San Huán nagaidág sa dúghan sang Aton Ginúo. St. John leant against the breast of Our Lord. (see sándig).


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.