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hálmok

Hiligaynon

To soften, mollify, make flexible, pliable, limber, or supple. Ginhalmokán níya ang tabákò nga kigás. He softened the brittle, dried-up tobacco-leaves. Ipahálmok mo sa tabákò iníng mga dáhon sang lúmboy kag gawáygáway. Use these lumboy and gawaygaway-leaves to make the tobacco soft (flexible).



hágmuk

Hiligaynon

To soften, mollify, ease. (see hálmok, hagánhágan).


húgmay

Hiligaynon

To soften, make flexible or pliable, to become soft or flexible. Naghúgmay na ang tabákò nga kigás. The dry tobacco has become soft. Pahugmayá ang ímo tagiposóon. Let your heart be softened. (see hómok, hálmok).


húkmay

Hiligaynon

To be soft or tender, to soften. (see húgmay, lúm-ok, hálmok, hómok).


ligás

Hiligaynon

To squeeze, compress or crush to pulp, soften, make pliable by rubbing or rolling (of leaves, peas and beans, etc. previous to using as a plaster or the like). Ligasá ang búyò. Soften the búyò-leaf. Ligasí akó sing dáhon sang katúmbal, kay itámbal ko sa púgsa. Crush some chili-leaves for me, because I am going to use them as a plaster for the boil. (see hálmok).


pahálmok

Hiligaynon

To soften, make pliable or supple. Pahalmokí ang tabákò. Soften the tobacco-leaves. Ipahálmok sa tabákò iníng mga dáhon sang lúmboy. Use these lumboy-leaves to make the tobacco soft. (pa, hálmok).


kigás

Hiligaynon

Very dry, hard, exsiccated; to be or become very dry. Pahalmokí ang tabákò nga kigás. Soften the dry tobacco-leaves. Nagkigás ang tabákò, kay walâ mo pagbalahósi sing maáyo. The tobacco-leaves became quite dry, because you did not wrap them up well. (see layâ, layóng, báskug, kusúg).