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sáng-ul

Hiligaynon

To hang to, stick to, hook in, be caught or detained (as by a hook or the like). Nakasáng-ul ang íya panápton sa símsim sang kawáyan. His clothes caught in the bamboo branches. (see sáng-at, salángat).



sángat

Hiligaynon

To hang on to, etc. See sáng-at.


sánglà

Hiligaynon

To tie-, hitch-, hang-, on to. Isánglà mo yanáng dútà sa bánko. Mortgage that land to the bank. (see sángat).


sókbit

Hiligaynon

The ear with husks and silk of the maize or Indian corn; to form or develop the ear (of maize); to gird on, put on or attach to a belt a sword, bolo, revolver, or the like; to put a pen, pencil, or the like, behind the ear; to hang on a nail or peg. Isókbit sa ímo páha ang tagúb sang binángon. Attach the bolo-scabbard to your belt. Ginsókbit níya ang binángon. He fastened the bolo on his hip. Isókbit (sokbitá) ang lápis sa ímo dalúnggan. Put the pencil behind your ear. (see táklus-to gird on; sáb-it, sád-ang).


súb-it

Hiligaynon

See sáb-it-to put or hang on, etc.


súk-it

Hiligaynon

To hang on a peg, etc. See sáb-it. Isúk-it ang kálò mo sa lánsang-or-suk-ití ang lánsang sang kálò mo. Hang your hat on the nail.


tabî-tábì

Hiligaynon

Dim. of tábì. Also: an opprobrious term and exclamation of disgust, reproach or execration. Fie! Blast it! Confound! For shame! Tut! Hang it! A plague upon it! Tabîtábì sa ímo, halín ka dirí. For shame, go away! Tabîtábì siníng táo, índì akó kaúyon sang íya batásan. Oh, this is a bad man (This man is not decent), I don't like his ways.


tábid

Hiligaynon

To hang together, be fastened or joined together (as two or more cows, etc. by one rope, allowing them some freedom to move about; or as ships, trucks, carts or the like taken in tow). Nagatabíray iníng tátlo ka báka. These three cows are stringed or fastened to one another.


táboy

Hiligaynon

To hang or bend down, sag, sink, as the middle of a hammock or the like. Nagatáboy ang dúyan, ang pulungkóan, etc. The hammock, the chair, etc. is hollow or sunk in the middle. (see lúyon, which is more used for the bending sacks, boards, beams, etc.).


táklus

Hiligaynon

To hang on to-, attach to-, the belt or hip a bolo, sword, etc.; to gird on a bolo, sword, etc. Itáklus ang binángon. Gird on your bolo. Sling the bolo at your side. (see sókbit).


tentasyón

Hiligaynon

(Sp. tentación) Temptation, enticement, allurement; also used as an exclamation: Blast it! Hang it! What a nuisance! (see panuláy).


úlway

Hiligaynon

To float, soar, hang or hover about (as smoke, or the like). (see bókon, púlway, (paúlway)).


úlway

Hiligaynon

To protrude, project, hang out, come out. Nagúlway ang mga kasúdlan sang binunô. The intestines (bowels, entrails) of the man that was stabbed were hanging out. (see búgway, gáway, káwal).


úlway

Hiligaynon

To float, soar, hang or hover about (as smoke, or the like). (see bókon, púlway, (paúlway)).


úlway

Hiligaynon

To protrude, project, hang out, come out. Nagúlway ang mga kasúdlan sang binunô. The intestines (bowels, entrails) of the man that was stabbed were hanging out. (see búgway, gáway, káwal).


uráb

Hiligaynon

(B) To gnaw, nibble, bite, eat (much fruit, etc.). Warâ (tána) ti gána magkáon (kang kán-on), hay nagsári kang uráb kang samlági. (Walâ siá sing gána magkáon (sang kán-on), kay nagságad sang káon sang sámbag). He does not want to take food (rice, dinner)-, He has spoilt his appetite-, because he has eaten (has been gnawing, nibbling) too much tamarind-fruit (too many tamarinds). (see áp-ap, háng-it, káon, kíbkib, kítkit).


uráb

Hiligaynon

(B) To gnaw, nibble, bite, eat (much fruit, etc.). Warâ (tána) ti gána magkáon (kang kán-on), hay nagsári kang uráb kang samlági. (Walâ siá sing gána magkáon (sang kán-on), kay nagságad sang káon sang sámbag). He does not want to take food (rice, dinner)-, He has spoilt his appetite-, because he has eaten (has been gnawing, nibbling) too much tamarind-fruit (too many tamarinds). (see áp-ap, háng-it, káon, kíbkib, kítkit).


wágay

Hiligaynon

To protrude, hang out, project, jut out. Pawágay-to cause to protrude, thrust or push forward, spill. (see búgway).


walágay

Hiligaynon

To protrude, stick out, hang out, project. (see wágay, wálwal, búgway, gíway, gáway).


wálwal, wál-wal

Hiligaynon

To hang or bulge out, protrude, project, stick out (of the tongue, of pockets, etc.). Nagawálwal ang íya pányò. His handkerchief is hanging out. Pawalwalá lang ang pinutús. Let the package hang out. (see diwál, kabítkábit, káway, búgway).


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