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hándà

Hiligaynon

Ready, predisposed, willing, fain to, minded to, inclined to, in the mood to, not loth to, nothing loth, prepared, in readiness, fit for immediate use or service; to make or get ready, etc. Hándà akó sa pagtúman sang kon anó ang igasógò mo. I am ready to do whatever you may command. Ihándà ang mga báso kag pínggan sa panyága. Get the glasses and plates ready for dinner. Handaí siá sing túbig, labadór kag tuálya. Prepare for him water, a wash-basin and a towel. Ginhándà níla ang tanán sa ígo kag napát-ud nga táknà. They had everything ready at the proper and appointed hour. Hándà ka balá sa pagbúhat sinâ? Are you willing to do that? Hándà siá sa tanán. He is ready or prepared for everything. (see hímos, tigána, áman, patigáyon, lísto).



hánda

Hiligaynon

To drive, urge on, impel, stimulate. Handahá ang karabáw sang bulunál. Urge on the buffalo with the whip. Ihánda sa mga kánding ang ímo bastón. Use your stick to set the goats in motion. Ginhánda níya ang mga báka. He drove the cattle onward. (see hála).


ámpag

Hiligaynon

A prominent place, a foremost, reserved or special seat; to choose a prominent seat, to sit in the front row, take a top seat; to show off, give oneself airs. Paámpag is mostly used. Dirâ silá sa ámpag. They are there in the front row. Indì ka magpaámpag. Don't take a top seat. Don't sit in the front row. Don't show off or be ostentatious. Nagapaámpag gid siá. She is carrying herself proudly or showing off. Dílì mo pag-ipaámpag yanáng mga táo. Do not place those men in the front row. Hándà na ang síya nga igapaámpag ko sa Senyór Obispo. The chair is now ready which I will place in a prominent position for His Excellence.


bisán

Hiligaynon

Though, although, even though, even if, notwithstanding. Indì na siá makatulún bisán linúgaw lang. He cannot swallow any more, even rice-porridge. Matámad siá magóbra bisán mahál ang sóhol. He is too lazy to work, even if wages are high. Bisán si sín-o-or-kon si sín-o nga táo. Any man, whoever he be. Hándà siá magkáon sing bisán kon anó lang. He is ready to eat anything. Bisán daw anó man --. Whatever --. However (great, small, etc.) --. (see máskin).


díkta

Hiligaynon

(Sp. dictar) To dictate. Ikáw ang masulát, akó ang magadíkta. You write, I will dictate to you. Diktahí na akó, kay hándà akó sa pagsulát kon anó ang ímo igatúgon. Now dictate to me, for I am ready to write down whatever you wish to order.


handâ-hándà

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of hándà. Ginahandáhándà na níla ang tanán nga kilinahanglánon sa ádlaw nga inogpakasál sang íla nga bátà. They are now preparing everything necessary for their daughter's (son's) wedding day.


laúy-láuy

Hiligaynon

To call somebody in a loud voice, shout, raise one's voice (in singing, etc.). Laúylaúyi si tátay, agúd magkarí, kay hándà na ang panyága. Call father in a loud voice to come here, for dinner is ready. (see palaúyláuy, sínggit, turayáw, pugaás, pagaás).


lísto

Hiligaynon

(Sp. listo) Ready, prepared, equipped, fully provided or arranged; clever, cunning, resourceful, tricksy. Lísto na ang panyága. Dinner is ready. Lísto na akó sa paglakát. I am ready to march-or-set out. Lísto na ang tanán nga inoglúlan. All the goods to be loaded are prepared. Siá lísto gid sa tanán nga mga bágay. He is a clever fellow in every way, an all round man. Andam ka sa íya, kay lísto siá kaáyo. Beware of him, because he is very tricksy or cunning. (see humán, tigána, hándà, hímos, antígo, anád, sagád, sampáton, batíd, lántip).


lógro

Hiligaynon

(Sp. logro) Gain, profit, success; usury; a higher bid, an augmentation, raising or doubling of a stake; to bet or wager a higher stake. Gintayaán níya silá sing lógro. Nagtayâ siá sa íla sing lógro. He offered them a higher stake. He raised the stake (in order to regain his losses or to make some profit, if luck should be on his side). Hándà siá sa paglógro sing limá ka mángmang. He is ready to bet five pesos more. He is willing to raise the stake by five pesos.


mag

Hiligaynon

A prefix used chiefly in the following ways:

1) to denote the active infinitive, e.g. Hándà na kamó maglakát? Are you now ready to set out? Malúyag akó magtán-aw sinâ. I want to see that. Magtuón ka magsulát sing maáyo. Learn to write well.

2) to form the active imperative, e.g. Maghalín ka dirâ. Be off. Go away from there. Magtúman ka siní. Do this. Fulfil this faithfully. Magkáon na kamó. Now, eat your meal. Go to dinner. Indì ka magbúhat sinâ. Don't do that. Dílì ka magsúgid sinâ sa íya. Don't tell him that.

3) To form the active negative with "índì", expressing a disinclination, objection or lack of intention, e.g. Indì akó magbayó. I am not going to pound rice. I will not pound rice. Nanáy, si Hosé índì magtúman sang ímo nga ginsógò. Mother, José is not doing-or-will not do what you told him. Dì (dílì) siá magtámbong, konó, sa ámon bádù. They say that he is not taking part in our entertainment.

4) To form the past active negative with "walâ". Walâ siá magabút. He did not come. Walâ siá magkádto dídto. He has not gone there. Walâ pa siá magpanyága. He has not had his dinner yet.

5) to form nouns (frequently by reduplicating the first syllable of the root, e. g. magtutúon-teacher (tuón); magbubúlung-doctor, physician (bulúng); magsusúlat-writer (sulát); mag-amáy-father; mag-anák-child, son, daughter; mag-ilóy-mother; magluyó-partner; etc. etc.


mahinandáon

Hiligaynon

Ready, prompt, getting things ready, providing, provident, thoughtful, preparatory, prepared. (see hándà).


tigána

Hiligaynon

Reserved, laid up, ready, provided, seen to, in preparation, in readiness, kept in reserve for; to get ready, make-ready,-preparation, provide for, see to, keep in-reserve,-readiness for, lay up, retain, hold over to. Mabakál akó sing isá ka búgsò nga kárne nga itigána (pagaitigána) sa panyága. I shall buy a piece of meat in preparation for dinner. Nagtigána siá sa ákon sing madámù nga mga páhò. Gintigán-an (Gintigánhan, gintiganáhan) akó níya sing madámù nga mga páhò. He got many mangoes ready for me. Tigán-i (Tigánhi, tiganáhi) silá sing kán-on. Prepare rice for them. Itigána sa ákon ang pagkáon. Get ready something for me to eat. Keep some food in reserve for me. Natigána (Naáman, nahándà) na balá ang tanán nga mga kinahánglan sa pándut? Is everything ready for the feast? Tigánhan mo silá sang íla nga kinahánglan. See to their needs. Get (Make) ready what they want. (see hímos, híwat, híkot, tigáyon, áman, hándà).


hándal

Hiligaynon

To offer for sale, sell (second hand), put up for sale, look for a buyer, try to dispose of (jewelry, watches, pictures, furniture, etc.). Ihándal mo ang ímo mga arítos sa ahénsya. Offer your ear-rings to the pawnbroker. Ginhandalán níya akó sang íya réloh. He wanted me to buy his watch. Kon malúyag ka gid maghándal sang ímo pulséras, ihándal mo sa ígò kag matárung nga bilí. If you really wish to dispose of your bracelets, sell them at a fair and honest price. (see tányag, hángdal).


handál-hándal

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of hándal. Nagahandálhándal síla sing mga pahumút, mga estámpa kag nagakasarî-sárì nga punípúni sa láwas. They are selling perfumes, pictures and various cosmetics. (see hangdálhángdal id.).


hánday

Hiligaynon

To lie upon, etc. See bángday, tángday.


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).


daháng-dáhang

Hiligaynon

See dahándáhan.


hángdal

Hiligaynon

To offer for sale, etc. See hándal id.


hangdál-hángdal

Hiligaynon

See handálhándal.


lamás

Hiligaynon

(Sp. amasar) To knead, make dough. Lamasá ang arína. Make dough of the flour. Lamasí akó sing isá ka sáko nga arína. Make dough of a sack of flour for me. Natigána (naáman, nahándà) na balá áng arína nga ilamás (malasahón) ko sa tinápay? Is the flour ready that I shall make into dough for bread? (see mása).


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