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halángdon

Hiligaynon

(H) Worthy to be looked up to, high, exalted, great, praiseworthy, respectable; honourable, excellent. Ang halángdon nga pangúlo-puód. His Honour, the Provincial Governor. Ang halángdon nga pangúlo-púngsud. His Excellence, the Governor General. (see hangád, halangarón).



halangarón

Hiligaynon

(H) To be looked up to, etc. See halángdon.


órden

Hiligaynon

(Sp. orden) Orders; Holy Orders, Religious Order or Congregation; to confer Holy Orders. Ang órden sa pagkapárì. Ordination to the priesthood. Priestly orders. Ginordenán siá nga párì sang halángdon nga obíspo nga si N.N. He was ordained a priest by the Right Rev. Bishop N.N.


órden

Hiligaynon

(Sp. orden) Orders; Holy Orders, Religious Order or Congregation; to confer Holy Orders. Ang órden sa pagkapárì. Ordination to the priesthood. Priestly orders. Ginordenán siá nga párì sang halángdon nga obíspo nga si N.N. He was ordained a priest by the Right Rev. Bishop N.N.


pakamahál

Hiligaynon

To esteem highly, hold dear, value, prize, set great store by, think much of, hold in high esteem, appreciate. Pakamahalá ang pagtóo. Esteem the Faith highly. Also: to affect high worth or dignity. Indì ka magpakamahál, kay dílì man ikáw halángdon. Don't affect great dignity, for you are not a dignitary (one of those that are to be looked up to). (paka-, mahál).


talahúron

Hiligaynon

Honourable, respectable, estimable, venerable, noble, illustrious, meriting-, worthy of-respect,-reverence, distinction. (see táhud, talaháon, halángdon, salaulugón).


kahalángdon

Hiligaynon

High dignity, exaltedness, quality of being looked up to with respect and reverence. (see hangád).


dignidád

Hiligaynon

(Sp. dignidad) Dignity, high rank or station, honour, excellence. (see kadunggánan, pagkatalahóron, dungúg, pagkahalángdon).