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haló

Hiligaynon

The iguana, a large lizard.



bálang

Hiligaynon

To throw, fling, hurl, cast, pitch, chuck, toss, send at, pelt, stone. Balánga siá sing bató. Throw a stone at him. Ginbálang níla ang haló sing mga bató. They pelted the iguana with stones. Balángi ang amô sing tinápay. Toss some bread to the monkey. Ibálang iníng bató sa báboy. Throw this stone at the pig. (see habóy, pilák).


binót

Hiligaynon

To strike the ground or floor with a pointed instrument, as with the point of a stick, dibble, pole or the like. Sang pagbinót ko sang tagád naígò ang ákon tiíl kag napílas. When I thrust down the dibble my foot was hit and wounded. Ibinót mo ang tagád sa dútà. Dig the dibble into the ground. Binotí sang bastón mo iníng búhò. Poke your stick into this hole. Bininotán níya ang haló sang íya bára. He stuck the point of his crowbar into the iguana.


búgnot

Hiligaynon

To tear-, pull-, wrench-, drag-, out with some force. Bugnotá ang íya bohók. Pull out his hair. Bugnotí siá sing isá ka búknit nga bohók. Tear out a pinch of his hair. Ginbúgnot níla ang dílà sang báka nga iníhaw. They wrenched out the tongue of the slaughtered ox. Ibúgnot mo akó sináng haló sa búhò. Please, drag that iguana out of the hole for me. (see hábnus, húnus, gúnut, lúk-ad, lúkat, gábut, húlbot).


búgwal

Hiligaynon

To thrust, jab, stick, stab, prick, lunge at with an upward motion. Ibúgwal ang bagát sa haló nga dirâ sa díngding. Jab the pole against the iguana there on the wall. Bugwalá siá. Lunge at him from below. (see dúgdug, hárog, búngkol, búntal).


búhò

Hiligaynon

Hole, aperture, orifice, depression, cavity, hollow, opening; to make a hole, etc. Buhói iníng tápì, láta, kahón, dútà, etc. Make a hole in this plank, tin, box, ground, etc. Binuhóan na níla ang bulugsókan sang baláy. They have already made the holes in the ground on which the house-posts are to be set up. Ibúhò akó ánay sing isá ka láta nga gátas, kay ilakót ko sa kapé. Will you, please, open a tin of milk for me, because I wish to mix it with the coffee. Pagwaá ang haló sa íya búhò. Get the iguana out of its hole.


búndak

Hiligaynon

To thrust-, dig-, stick-, jab-, lunge-, strike-, with the butt-end of a lance,-rifle,-stick, etc. Bundaká siá sang bastón. Thrust at him with the end of the stick. Ibúndak sa haló ang bagát. Jab the iguana with the pole. Ang ibulúndak sang bángkaw. The butt-end of the lance. (see búgsak, púdag, púsad, púsdak, pundákpúndak, bayó, totô, dúgkal, dúgdug, hárog).


dúg-dug

Hiligaynon

To thrust, stab, stick, jab, pierce with an upward motion. Idúgdug iníng bagát sa halô sa kisamí. Jab this bamboo-pole against the iguana on the ceiling. Dugdugá ang koláknit sang liníyas nga kawáyan. Make a thrust at the bat with the piece of split bamboo. (see sútsut).


dúgkal

Hiligaynon

To thrust, stick, stab, pierce, run through, with a downward motion, as with a shovel, dibble, spear, lance, etc. Dugkalá sang kawáyan ang mán-og nga árà sa búhò. Stick the bamboo into the snake in that hole there. Idúgkal sa haló ang tágad. Run the iguana through with your dibble. (see hárog, dúgdug, sútsut-to stick, etc. with an upward motion; dúghal, dúghat).


dúldug

Hiligaynon

To thrust, stab, push, impel, make a lunge (upwards), throw up, throw away. Ginadúldug gid lang siníng táo ang íya kwárta sa sugálan. This man throws his money away on the gambling table. Duldugá sang súngkud mo ang haló. Make a lunge at the iguana with your stick. (see dúgdug, hárog, dúgkal).


gólò

Hiligaynon

(H) To thrust, poke, put, stick or introduce one's finger, arm or anything fit for the purpose into a hole, crack, fissure, etc. Igólò ang kamót mo sa búhò. Put your hand in the hole. Gingolóan níya sang bastón ang haló sa búhò. He poked his stick against the iguana in the hole. Golóa sang biníklan ang gwáb sang káhoy, kay daw may mán-og sa sulúd. Poke the bamboo into the hollow of the tree, for it looks as if there is a snake inside. Si Sánto Tomás buót maggólò sang íya túdlò sa ági sang lánsang sa kamót sang Aton Ginúo. St. Thomas wished to put his finger into the hole made by the nails in Our Lord's hands. (see górò).


gúnut

Hiligaynon

To pull or draw out with a jerk, to jerk out, tug or tear at, extract, pluck-, pick-, wrench-, out. Gunúta ang pintál sa ganháan. Shoot back the door-bolt. Gunúti akó sang kapulúngan sa estánte, kay may kinahánglan akó sa madalî. Get me the dictionary from the book-stand, for I need it at once. Igúnut akó sang íkog sang haló sa búhò. Please pull the tail of the iguana that is in the hole. Indì akó makagúnut sang hunúshúnus sang aparadór, kay maáwot. I cannot pull out the drawer of the cupboard, for it is stuck fast. (see hábnus, húnus, tábnus, bíngkas, hosô).


haló-hálo

Hiligaynon

Dim. of haló. Anything that somewhat resembles an iguana.


hándus

Hiligaynon

To spear, spit, lance, stick, harpoon, bore or thrush through, pierce or stab with a pointed weapon, perforate, put a spear through, etc.; overhand; to overhand (in sewing). Handusá ang haló sang matalíwis nga báhì. Pierce the iguana with the sharp-pointed dibble. Hinandusán sang isá ka bángkaw ang kílid ni Hesús. The side of Jesus was pierced by a lance. Ihándus ang ímo dága sa líog sang talunón. Thrust your dagger into the wild pig's throat. Ginhándus sang polís ang íya bángkaw sa báboy. The policeman put his lance through the pig. (see dulút, lápus, lapús, bunô).


hárog

Hiligaynon

To thrust or push with a pointed instrument, spear, stick, pierce, stab (from below), thrust upwards. Haróga siá sang bagát. Make a lunge at him (from below) with the (slender) pole. Harógi ang haló sa solóksolók nga árà sa káhoy. Pierce the belly of the iguana there on the tree. Ihárog sa íya ang ímo bángkaw. Thrust your lance into him (from underneath). (see dúgdug, hándus, haráhad, túslok).


hinaló

Hiligaynon

Pertaining to or like an iguana; to act like an iguana. Nagahinaló siá. He acts like an iguana, (acts as if he were deaf). May batásan siá nga hinaló. He behaves like an iguana. (see haló-iguana).


holóng-hólong

Hiligaynon

To look about curiously, inquisitively, warily, narrowly, or closely. Anó ang ginaholónghólong mo nga daw haló? Why are you looking about so curiously like an iguana? Indì ka magholónghólong kon umatúbang ka sa punoán. Don't look about curiously, when you are in presence of one in authority. Holóngholóngi sing maáyo, kay básì may dalíngag sa bánas. Look out well or carefully, for there may be sharp thorns on the path. (see lísi, lisílísi).


kólas

Hiligaynon

To make a noise by walking to and fro, to move audibly or noisily. Ang mga ilagâ, haló, etc. nagakólas sa ibábaw sang kisamí. The rats, iguanas, etc. are moving about noisily above the ceiling. Indì kamó magkólas. Don't be noisy. Indì nínyo akó pagkolásan. Don't disturb me with your noise. Kagáhud sang kalóng sang sibúkaw nga nagakólas sa hángin. What a noise the dry sebucao-pods make rustling in the wind. (see gáhud, galúng).


lígpit

Hiligaynon

To jam, squeeze, press, compress, squash, crush by pressure as between two boards and the like. Nalígpit ang tagútò sang bató. The lizard was crushed by the stone. Ligpitá ang tánga. Squash the cockroach. Ginlígpit níya ang ilagâ sang tápì. He crushed the rat with a piece of board. Ilígpit ang haló sa padér. Jam the iguana against the wall. Iníng tápì naligpitán sing tátlo ka tokô,-or-iníng tápì nakalígpit sing tátlo ka tokô. Three geckoes were crushed against this board. (see ipít, lágpit, lígsà, lumâ, pusâ).


lisílísi

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of lísi. Indì ka maglisílísi súbung sang isá ka haló. Don't look about like an iguana.


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