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hápit

Hiligaynon

To drop in, visit, call upon; to strike, graze, touch. Hápit ka ánay dirí sa ámon? Won't you come up for a moment? Ginhapítan nínyo si Párì Lukás dídto sa Ilóngílong?-Walâ kamí makahápit sa íya, kay nagdalî kamí sa pagpaúlì. Did you call on Father Lucas in Iloilo?-No, we could not call on him, for we were in a hurry to get home. Ang íya baláy hinápit sang líntì kag nasúnug. His house was struck by lightning and burnt to the ground. Ang isá ka trák humápit sang íya nga síko nga natángday sa talámbwan sa túman kabáskug nga túbtub ang mga túl-an sang íya abága nagkalutá gid. A passing truck grazed his elbow, which was resting on the window, with such force that his shoulder was dislocated. (see sákà, dúaw, salapáy).



dúaw

Hiligaynon

To visit, pay a visit to, call-at,-upon, drop in, look in, look up someone, pay one's respects to. Duáwa ang ímo ábyan. Pay a visit to your friend. Walâ pa gid siá magdúaw sa ámon. He has not yet visited us, has not yet called on us. Gindúaw níya akó sa Manílà. He called upon me in Manila. Idúaw mo akó sa íya. Do me favour and visit him. (see hápit, súr-aw, súy-aw, dálaw, dáraw).


pangh

Hiligaynon

The same as panh-in words beginning with "h", e.g. panghímos-panhímos (hímos); panghápit-panhápit (hápit). See pan-.


sumbiráw

Hiligaynon

(B) To call to see, call on for a moment, visit for a short time, pay a very short visit. Nagsumbiráw (Nagpasumbiráw) gid lang ikáw rúgya kanámon. (Nagtámwà (naggáwa) gid lang ikáw dirí sa ámon). You paid us a very short visit. Sumbirawá ang mga táo sa tarámnan. (Bisitáhi sing makadalî ang mga táo sa talámnan). Go and see the workmen in the field for a moment. (see sambiráw, dúaw, súr-aw, súy-aw, hápit, bisíta).


tagbaláy

Hiligaynon

Master, proprietor, owner of the house. N.B. On entering a house it is polite to call out: "Tagbaláy!" and before going in to wait for the invitation: "Sákà", "Hápit ka dirí sa ámon", "Sulúd!", etc. (see tagíya, ámo).


ági

Hiligaynon

Passage, trace, incident, event; to go by, pass by, pass through. Ang mga ági kag bilín sang salâ. The traces and remains of sin. Ang mga ági sang íya kabúhì. The incidents of his life. Kon magági ka dirí, hapíti kamí. If you pass this way, visit us. Indì ka makaági dirâ, kay nakodalán ang umá. You cannot pass through there, for the field is fenced in. Ang dalán nga íla ginágyan (ginagíhan)-. The road over which they passed-. Iági akó siníng tulún-an sa kay Fuláno. Kindly hand this book over to N.N. in passing. Buás ágyon ko ikáw. Tomorrow I'll call for you in passing (and take you along). Buás ágyan ko ikáw. Tomorrow I'll visit you on my way. Paágyon mo kamí sa ímo umá. Let us pass through your field. Dílì mo pagpaágyan sa íla ang áton umá. Don't allow them to pass through our field. Walâ pa akó kaági (makaági) dídto. I have never been there yet, I have had no occasion to pass that way, I have not seen or passed that place at all.


buháy-buháy

Hiligaynon

(B) Presently, shortly, at once, in a moment, in-, within-, a short time. Karón buháybuháy hapítan ko ikáw. I shall presently call upon you. I shall visit you soon. Karón buháybuháy maabút ang koríyo. The mail will be in shortly, within a short time. (see dugáydugáy).


gáwa

Hiligaynon

To observe, look at, view, gaze at, eye, keep an eye on, watch from a window or the like. Gawáha kon sín-o ang sa idálum. Look out and see who is below. Igáwa akó kon sín-o ang nagaámba dirâ sa hágdan. Kindly look out and see who is singing on the stairs. Dáyon lang siá nagagáwa sa bintánà sa mga umalági sa idálum. She is always looking out of the window to watch the passers-by below. Magbulúsbúlus kamó maggáwa sa gawáng sa mga nagalubás sa dálan kag kon ínyo makítà si Fuláno pahapíta siá dirí. Watch in turns from the window the passers-by on the road, and if you see N.N. invite him up here. Gawáhi sing sugâ ang táo dirâ sa atubángan sang baláy. Take a light and observe the man there in front of the house. Ginawáhan níya sing pasílak ang makáwat. He watched the thief by means of a flashlight. (see bántay, tíid, áwhog, áwhang, ánghaw).


hágad

Hiligaynon

To invite, persuade, request, tempt, induce, bias, move, bring-over,-around, allure, entice, ask-to come,-assist,-to take part in. Hagáda (-ára) siá sa paghápit dirí. Invite him to call here. Ginhágad akó níya sa pagtámbong sa bulangán. He tempted me to go the cock-pit. Hagádi (-ári) akó sing mga táo nga magabúlig sa ákon olobráhon. Get some men to help me in my work. Hinagáran níla ang íla bádù sing madámù nga bisíta. They invited many guests to their banquet. Ihágad akó ánay sa íya. Please invite him on my behalf. Indì ka maghágad sa íya sa pagdúguk sa mga kalingáwlingáwan nga maláut. Don't entice him to take part in harmful diversions. (see ágda, kángay, dápit, dáhan).


límas

Hiligaynon

To worsen, make a disease worse, change for the worse (often implying a superstitious belief that one visiting a sick person after he has been to a house where someone has lately died will exert an injurious influence upon the sickness). Ginlímas níya ang katúl sang bátà, kay naghápit sa napátyan kag nagpaúlì nga walâ ánay pagtuóba. He made the child's skin-disease worse by going to a house where someone had died and returning home without being first disinfected by smoke. Naglímas siá sang ákon tígpas. He made my measles worse. Linímas níya ang hánggà (butí) sang ákon útud. On account of him my brother's smallpox got worse. (see láin, búg-at).


líntì

Hiligaynon

Lightning, fork-, sheet-, summer-, lightning, bolt, flash of lightning; to lighten, strike by lightning; also used as a curse: Blast it! or the like. Nagalíntì, may líntì. It is lightening, there is lightning. Nalintián ang lubí dídto. The coconut palm there was struck by lightning. Sa búlan sa Máyo sing masamí may panglíntì kag panagúub. It often lightens and thunders in the month of May. Ang íya baláy nahápit sang líntì kag nasúnug. His house was struck by lightning and burned to the ground. Ginhápit (Hinápit) siá sang líntì kag napatáy. He was struck and killed by lightning. Lintián ikáw! May lightning strike you dead! Curse you! A curse upon you! Líntì! Blast it! Hang it! The dickens! The deuce (take it)! Ay, líntì ikáw! Why, you are a damned nuisance! Oh, líntì, naglupúk ang góma! Oh, damn it, the tyre has burst! Indì ka magpangyáwà kag magpanglíntì, kay maláw-ay. Don't curse and swear. Don't use so frequently the expressions "yáwà" and "líntì", because it is unbecoming. (see kilát, pangilát, kilás, yáwà, yámat).


lubás

Hiligaynon

(B) To pass, go by, lapse, elapse, expire. Nakalubás na kútub sádto ang pilá ka túig. Several years have passed since then. Sín-o ang naglubás? Who was it that passed by? Nalúbsan níya akó. He passed me by. Indì mo paglúbsan ang ámon baláy, kóndì maghápit ka gid kon magkádto ka dídto sa ámon dapít. Do not pass by our house, but call on us without fail, if you come to our place. Palúbsa siá. Let him pass. (see ági, lígad).


písan

Hiligaynon

To be or become diligent, assiduous, zealous, active, energetic, indefatigable, hardworking; to apply oneself to with zeal, perform diligently. Nagpísan siá karón, ápang sang úna matámad siá magtoón. Now he is diligent, but formerly he was too lazy to study. Pisáni gid ang ímo pagtóon, pagpangabúdlay, etc. Study with great application, work with zeal, etc. Ginapisánan níla ang pagáni. They are working hard,-hard at work (diligent or industrious) at harvesting rice. Kon mapisanán (note the accent!) akó mahápit akó sa ímo baláy. If I feel inclined (disposed or in form) I will pay you a visit at your home.