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hásà

Hiligaynon

Much in demand, well resorted to; to be much in demand, sell well. Hásà (naghásà) ang pamaligyáon sa tiénda ni Fuláno. The goods for sale at N.N.'s store are much in demand. (see áka, bákal, ágaw).



hasâ-hásà

Hiligaynon

A kind of fish; a kind of shrub.


hinásà

Hiligaynon

Much in demand, selling well, having a ready sale, much called for, to sell well, sell off quickly, etc. Hinásà (nagahinásà) ang bákal sa tiénda ni Fuláno. The goods for sale in N.N.'s shop are much in demand. (see hásà, bákal, áka).


mahásà

Hiligaynon

Much in demand, popular, frequented, much resorted to. (hásà; see maáka, mabákal).


asohasán

Hiligaynon

(B) Air-pump, pair of bellows. (see hasohasán).


asohasánan

Hiligaynon

(B) Stithy, smithy, anvil. (see hasohasánan, landasán).


halasohasán

Hiligaynon

(H) A pair of bellows. (see asohasán).


halasohasánan

Hiligaynon

(H) Smithy, stithy, anvil. (see asohasánan).


hásang

Hiligaynon

The gills of a fish.


palanginhásan

Hiligaynon

(H) Place where shell fish are gathered; a lucrative post or position, paying concern. (see pangínhas, palanginán-an).


panginhásan

Hiligaynon

Place where shell-fish (pakinháson) are often found.


bálhas

Hiligaynon

Sweat, perspiration; to sweat, perspire, make to perspire. Ginabálhas akó. I am perspiring. Anó na man inâ, walâ ka gánì pagbalhasá sang ímo pangabúdlay kag buót ka magpahúay na? What is the meaning of this. The work you have done has not caused you any perspiration and you wish to take a rest already? Binálhas (ginbálhas) siá sang madásig nga paglakát. Walking fast made him perspire. Nagatalabirís gid lámang ang bálhas sa íya nawóng. The perspiration is streaming down his face. (see bahúlay-cold perspiration, as in some fevers, in death-agony, etc.


dahás

Hiligaynon

To dare, presume, venture, be bold, intrepid, audacious, venture some, cheeky, impertinent, have the-nerve,-cheek,-pluck,-hardihood. Gindahasán níya ang pagsulúd sa kwárto nga walâ ánay magpanóktok. He dared to enter the room without knocking. Also adjective. (see káhas, dahák, etc.).


haso-hasohán

Hiligaynon

Bellows, air-pump. See asohasán.


haso-hasohánan

Hiligaynon

Smithy, anvil, forge. See asohasánan.


káhas

Hiligaynon

To hazard, dare, venture, be audacious, reckless, intrepid, impertinent, insolent, daring, bold, high-spirited, dauntless. Kinahásan níya ang paghinguyáng sang pílak nga ginpatágò ko sa íya. He dared to spend the money I had entrusted to him for safe keeping. Indì mo pagkahásan ang pagbukás sang ganháan kon walâ ka sing túgut sa pagsulúd. Don't dare to open the door, unless you have permission to enter. (see aháng, ahás).


landasán

Hiligaynon

Anvil, stithy. (see hasó-*hasánan).


lánghas

Hiligaynon

To look for, go in quest of, search for, try to find or get. Langhasá ang ákon igsulúlat nga nadúlà. Look for my lost pen. Langhasí akó sing ságing. Get me some bananas. Ilánghas akó sang ákon pányo nga nawígit (nagkawígit) sa dálan. Kindly go in search of my handkerchief that has been dropped on the road. (see lághap, sághap, pangítà).


lóyloy

Hiligaynon

To droop, hang down, dangle loosely, be limp, said of wet clothes, etc. Nagalóyloy ang íya panápton-or-ginaloyloyán siá sang íya panápton, kay naulanán. His clothes are limp, for he, has been in the rain. Nagalóyloy ang íya pakó, kay ginbálhas siá (nabalhasán siá) sing támà. His sleeve is hanging down limply, for he has perspired very much. Naglóyloy ang íya bútkon, kay nabálì. His arm hung down loosely, for it was broken.