Search result(s) - hákon

háklò

Hiligaynon

Inhalation; to inhale, breathe in, draw in. Hakloá lang ang asó, kon malúyag ka, ápang akó sing ákon magahalín na sa digamohán. Breathe the smoke, if you like, but I for my part will get out of the kitchen. Hakloá ang tuób nga mahamút sang roméro. Inhale the scent of the fragrant rosemary. (see hákon, súyup).



hakón-hákon

Hiligaynon

To despatch quickly, work under pressure, work against time, perform or work with despatch, be anxious to do something quickly. Ginhakónhákon níya ang íya buluhatón. He performed his work with great dispatch. Ginahakónhákon níla ang íla mga kaáway, kay ginapanán-aw níla nga dáan ang íla nga pagdaúg. They are anxious to fight their enemies, for they are convinced that they will overcome them.


mahinalakhákon

Hiligaynon

Very funny, ridiculous, exciting laughter or merriment. (see halákhak).


dahán-dáhan

Hiligaynon

To be quick, make haste, put one's best foot forward; to quicken, hasten. Dahándahána ang ímo paglakát. Walk faster. Anó gid ang ginadahándahánan mo sa paglakát? Why are you walking so fast? Gindahándahánan níya ang íya pagtikáng. He quickened his pace, hastened his steps. (see dagóndágon, dalîdálì, hakónhákon, dahángdáhang).


dakín-dákin

Hiligaynon

(B) Dim. and Freq. of dákin. Also: To be quick, hasten, hurry, do quickly or with despatch. Dakíndákin ka sa paglakát-or-dakínkína ang ímo paglakát. Quicken your pace, walk quickly. (see dalîdálì, dagóndágon, hakónhákon).