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hílway

Hiligaynon

Well-ordered, well-arranged, well-regulated, untrammelled, free to act (of one's mind, thoughts, government, etc.). Ang pagpadágay ni Sr. Hílway kag ni Bukágkag. Conversation between a man of a well-regulated mind and one with disordered ideas. Hílway nga pangolohán. A free, independent government.



líbre

Hiligaynon

(Sp. libre) Free, untrammeled, unscathed, unhurt; to get free, escape unscathed, etc. Nakalíbre siá. He got off scot-free. He escaped punishment. Librehá ang binilánggò. Liberate the prisoner. Set the prisoner free. Librehón mo siá sa íya mga kalisúd. Extricate him from his difficulties. Nalíbre na siá. He was set at liberty or at large. (see luás, bagít, talíbwas, búhì, hílway, makinaugalingón).


lusáy

Hiligaynon

Free, untrammelled, free to act or proceed as one sees fit; unfettered, at liberty, one's own master. Lusáy ang íya pangabúhì. His life is untrammelled. Lusáy siá sa íya kahimtángan. He is of independent means. Naglusáy na siá. He has now become free, unshackled. Lusáy nga bató. An unset (precious) stone. (see líbre, hílway, luás).


mahílway

Hiligaynon

Well-ordered, properly arranged, orderly; free, independent. Pangolohán nga mahílway (hílway). A well ordered government, an orderly national government that is not under the control of a foreign power, a free or independent government. The simple hílway is more in use as an adjective than mahílway.


kahílway

Hiligaynon

Condition of being untrammelled or unobstructed, freedom, liberty.


kahilwáyan

Hiligaynon

Freedom, independence, liberty. (see kahílway).


libertád

Hiligaynon

(Sp. libertad) Freedom, liberty, independence. (see kaluásan, kahilwáyan).