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híl-ob

Hiligaynon

To complete, finish, terminate, bring to a close, get through, make an end of, have done with (of planting, tilling, etc.). Makahíl-ob balá kamó sang ínyo tánum karón sa hápon? Shall you be able to finish your rice-planting this afternoon? Ginhíl-ob níla kaína ang íla talámnan. A short while ago they finished planting their fields. Mangabúdlay kamó sing mapísan, agúd mahíl-ob ang ákon talámnan sa karón nga ádlaw. Work hard, so that planting may come to an end on my field to-day. Híl-ob na ang tánum. Rice-planting is now finished and done with. (see tápus, hingápus).



alób-ob

Hiligaynon

To dip in, to fill by dipping. Ialób-ob lang ang bayóng sa subâ. Just dip the bayóng into the river and fill it. Alob-obí ang agwadahán sing túbig. Fill the bucket with water by dipping. Ipaalób-ob ang bayóng sa kay Pédro. Let Peter dip the bayóng into the water and fill it. (see ság-ub, agwáda).


alobó-ob

Hiligaynon

A heat-bath; to give or administer a heat-bath, to cause to perspire by means of live coals placed in a pan underneath a person sitting or standing and closely wrapped up to the chin. Ginaalobo-óban námon siá. We are giving him a heat-bath. Nagahímos akó sing bagahán nga inugpaalobó-ob sa íya. I am getting ready a brasier for administering a heat-bath to him.


hántub

Hiligaynon

Damp, moist, difficult to light, not easily inflammable; to be or become damp, etc. (see hát-ob, álhom, maálhom, maarúm).


hát-ob

Hiligaynon

Damp, etc. to be damp, etc. See hántub, álhom, etc.


híl-o

Hiligaynon

Mutual help, cooperation; to help each other, cooperate, first finishing together the work of one and then that of the other party. Hil-ohí akó sa pagpatíndog sang ákon baláy. Help me to build my house (and I will help you later on). Nagahil-ohánay silá sa pagtánum. They help each other in planting their rice. (see binuligáy, etc.).


iláw

Hiligaynon

To cooperate, help mutually. Ilawí akó sing duhá ka ádlaw, kay balúsan ko man ikáw sa isá ka simána. Help me for two days and I will help you in return within a week. (see híl-o).


iláw

Hiligaynon

To cooperate, help mutually. Ilawí akó sing duhá ka ádlaw, kay balúsan ko man ikáw sa isá ka simána. Help me for two days and I will help you in return within a week. (see híl-o).


mahún-ob

Hiligaynon

See mahún-og. (hún-ob-hún-og).


ób-ob

Hiligaynon

To drink without a drinking vessel in the manner of animals, lap, suck up. Indì ka magób-ob súbung sang mga háyup. Don't drink like an animal. Ginób-ob lang níya ang túbig sa bobón. He just lapped with his tongue the water direct in the water-hole. Ob-obá lang ang túbig, kay walâ kitá sing kalándus. Just put your mouth to the water and drink, as we have no dipper. (see láklak).


ób-ob

Hiligaynon

To drink without a drinking vessel in the manner of animals, lap, suck up. Indì ka magób-ob súbung sang mga háyup. Don't drink like an animal. Ginób-ob lang níya ang túbig sa bobón. He just lapped with his tongue the water direct in the water-hole. Ob-obá lang ang túbig, kay walâ kitá sing kalándus. Just put your mouth to the water and drink, as we have no dipper. (see láklak).


paalób-ob

Hiligaynon

To dip into water, etc. Caus. of alób-ob. Paalob-obá lang ang ímo bayóng. Just dip your bamboo tube into the water and fill it.


padúyà

Hiligaynon

A dish made of rice-flour mixed with sugar and shreds of coconut. Also used as a verb. Kon makahíl-ob kamó sang ákon talámnan pagapaduyáan ko kamó. When you finish planting rice in my fields I will treat you to a dish of padúyà. Nakakáon kamí sing padúyà sa baláy ni Fuláno. We ate some padúyà at N.N.'s house.


patáo

Hiligaynon

To hire a workman, engage or employ a labourer. Mapatáo kitá sing limá sa buás. Tomorrow we shall employ-, give employment to-, give work to-, five men. Pataóhan ko ang ákon talámnan sing napúlò, agúd madalî mahíl-ob. I shall hire ten workmen for my farm in order to finish the work quickly. Pataóhi ánay ang ímo baláy, kon buút ka magupúd sa ámon. Get someone to look after your house, if you wish to come with us. (see táo).


súl-ug

Hiligaynon

To cooperate, collaborate, join forces. (see buligáy, dágiaw, híl-o).


tángub

Hiligaynon

To fill or cover all, complete, finish, comprise or include all, terminate (rice-planting, etc.). (see híl-ob).


tarambáyaw

Hiligaynon

(B) To work together, cooperate, unite, make common efforts, join in. Nagtarambáyaw sánda sa pagámot kang galastóhon (garastóhon). (Nagbuligáy silá sa pagámot sang galastóhon). They all helped in contributing the money required. (see buligáy, tinabangáy, híl-o, dágyaw, hiúsa, hiúgyon).


tím-os

Hiligaynon

To make an end of, finish, terminate (planting, harvesting, or the like). Nakatím-os na silá sang íla pagáni. Tím-os na ang íla pagáni. They have finished harvesting (reaping) their rice. (see híl-ob).


yáng-ob

Hiligaynon

Prominent, protruding, projecting, especially applied to the chin and said of people whose cheeks have fallen in on account of their having lost their teeth.


yaúb

Hiligaynon

Short of teeth, lacking teeth, etc. See yáng-ob.