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hígdà

Hiligaynon

(H) To lie down, lay oneself down, go to bed, stay in bed, take one's bed, keep one's bed, go to sleep, pass the night. Maghígdà ka. Lie down. Naghígdà silá dídto. They slept there (passed the night there). Pahigdaá ang bátà sa kátre. Lay the baby down on the bed-or-Let the baby sleep on the bed. Ihígdà ang kasakít sang ímo úlo. Lie down to ease (take away) your head-ache. Higdaí lang ang ákon kátre. Just lie down on my bed. (see batáng, hínggà).



batáng, bátang

Hiligaynon

(B) To lie down. Ang bátà nagabatáng sa sábak sang íya ilóy. The child lies in its mother's lap. Pabatánga siá sa kátre. Let him lie down on the bed. Indì mo pagpabatángon ang káhoy dirí. Don't put the wood down here. Don't lay the wood here. (see hígdà).


higdáan

Hiligaynon

(H) Bed, couch, sleeping accommodation; that is suitable for lying down upon. (see hígdà).


hínggà

Hiligaynon

(B) To pass the night, lie down to sleep. (see hígdà).


higdaánan

Hiligaynon

(H) See higdáan id. Also: Sleeping room, bedroom, dormitory. (see tulugán, tululugán).


áman

Hiligaynon

To prepare, get-, make-, ready, make preparations for. Magáman ka sa paglakát. Get ready for the march. Nagáman ka na sa pagkonpesár? Have you prepared for confession? Mangáman ka! Be prepared! Be careful! Beware! Amána ang ákon higdáan. Make my bed. Amáni akó sing pagkáon. Prepare me some food. Naáman na ang tanán. Everything is ready. Iáman ko iníng hábul sa bisíta. I am going to prepare this blanket for the visitor. (see hímos, híkot, híwat).


balatángan

Hiligaynon

Day-bed, couch, sofa, anything suitable for lying upon. (see batáng, higdáan, higdaanán).


bíknoli

Hiligaynon

To move about, be up and busy, to be stirring, to stir one self, to be active. Indì na siá makabíknol. He cannot move about any more, he is unable to do any work. Hálus na gánì siá makabíknol gíkan sa kabúdlay, balatían, katigulangón, etc. He can scarcely move any longer on account of being tired, sick, old, etc. Makabíknol pa siá maglágaw?-Indì na gid; pirme lang siá nagahígdà. Can he still walk about? Not at all; he is bed-ridden. (see tíknol, túknul).


hiligáynon

Hiligaynon

The dialect of Iloilo; to speak that dialect. Nagahiligáynon na siá, kay naghígdà kagáb-i sa Móhon. He speaks the dialect of Iloilo now for last night he slept in Mohon. (This sarcastic remark is often applied to people from the interior who, after but a short stay in Iloilo, pretend to speak "Hiligáynon").


hiwasâ

Hiligaynon

To writhe, move about restlessly, stir and wriggle as one struggling to get free from some superimposed weight or the like. Nagahiwasâ siá sa íya higdáan, kay masakít gid ang íya solóksolók. He is writhing in bed, for he has a severe stomach-ache. Anó na man ang ginahiwasâ mo? What are you wriggling for this time? (see híos, híwos, íwos, híwod, pólok, etc.).


hurót

Hiligaynon

Noise, roar, howl (of wind, etc.); to howl, hiss, roar, rush, hit, strike, blow (of wind). Ginhurót sang hángin ang íya likód, kay naghígdà siá nga waláy baníg sa salúg nga kawáyan. The wind howled and beat against his back, as he was lying there on the bamboo-floor without a mat.


káma

Hiligaynon

(Sp. cama) Bed, couch. (see higdáan, higdaanán, balatángan).


kátre

Hiligaynon

(Sp. catre) Bed, couch. (see higdáan, balatángan).


kólan

Hiligaynon

To place, put, lay. Ginkólan níya siá sa isá ka pasungán. She laid him in a manger. Ikólan ang bátà sa duyándúyan. Put the baby in the hammock. (see butáng, pahígdà, tángday, pahámtang).


límbong

Hiligaynon

(B) Quiet, calm, windless, wind-free, not exposed to the wind. Pahigdaá ang masakít sa isá ka hulút nga límbong (malímbong). Let the sick person lie down in a quiet room, in a room sheltered from the wind.


lólos

Hiligaynon

To roll up, wind up, tuck up. Lolosá ang pakô sang bátà, kay síbtan siá sang manugbúlung. Tuck up (roll up) the child's sleeve, for the doctor is going to vaccinate it. Ginlolós níya ang kortína sang higdáan. He rolled up the bed-curtain. Indì mo paglolosón ang mantél sang lamésa, kóndì lábhan mo ánay kag ibulád sa ínit. Don't roll up the table-cover (table-cloth), but wash it first and spread it in the sun to dry. Ilolós akó ánay sang amákan. Please roll up the bamboo mat. Naghúmlad (nalógho) ang linolós níya nga delárgo. His tucked up trousers have come loose. Andam ka agúd índì magúntay (malubád) ang linolós mo nga pakô. Be on your guard or your turned-up sleeve may become loose. Untayí akó sang álba nga nalolós sa ákon likód. Let down the alb that is all rucked up on my back. (see lolón, balólon, baláking, kolókos).


palipúd

Hiligaynon

To screen, let screen, put up a screen, screen off, hide, hide oneself, take shelter. Palípdi ang masakít sa kátre (higdáan). Screen off (Put up a screen for) the sick person in bed. Palipúd ka. Hide yourself. Take shelter. (see lipúd).


pamág-o

Hiligaynon

Caus. and Freq. of mág-o-to be or feel new in a place or position, not habituated, not familiar, unaccustomed, startled, surprised. Namág-o siá dídto. He feels new there, is not yet quite at home there, has not yet settled down there, feels strange in his new surroundings. Anhon ko ang pagpamág-o sa mga bisíta?-Pasud-aní silá sing ginamós kag pahigdaá silá sa salúg. What shall I do to startle (give a surprise to) the visitors?-Give them pickled fish (as a side-dish to rice) and let them sleep on the floor.


púsdak

Hiligaynon

To throw down or drop with some force, push with impetus (boxes, parcels, loads carried on the shoulder, etc.); to ram, drive or strike against something with force. Indì mo pagipúsdak ang kahón, kóndì pahigdaón (pabutángon, pabatángon) mo sing mahínay. Don't drop the box, but put it down gently. Indì nínyo pagpusdakán ang salúg sináng mga sáko nga may sulúd nga bugás, kay básì mabálì ang síntas. Don't fling the sacks of rice down on the floor, for-the floor-beams might break,-you might break the floor-beams. Nagubâ ang baúl, kay pinusdakán níya siníng mabúg-at nga káhoy. The trunk was crushed, for he threw this heavy piece of wood on it.


sulî

Hiligaynon

Upside down, topsy-turvy, head over heels, reverse, inverted; to turn upside down, invert the order of things, etc. Sulî, ang pagpatíndog níla (nánda) siníng halígi (kadyá nga harígi). Ginsulî níla (nánda) ang pagpatíndog siníng halígi (kadyá nga harígi). They planted (set up) this post upside down. Sulión mo ang panghígdà (pamatáng) mo sa ímo higdáan (sa baratángan mo). Turn right round on the bed, lie the other way about, lie with your head where your feet are now. Natabû ang sulî sang íla ginpaabút. Nagsulî ang íla nga ginláum. (Natabû ang sulî kang ánda ginpaabút). The reverse of what they expected came to pass. (see balískad, balikwâ, balíkwat, kulúb).