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hamíl-ay

Hiligaynon

To nurse, look after, attend to, take care of a child, a sick person and the like. Ginahamíl-ay níya si nánay. She is attending to mother. Hamil-ayá si tátay mo. Take care of your father. Ihamíl-ay akó siníng mga bátà. Please take care of these children for me. Maghamíl-ay ka sa masakít. Look after the sick person. (see tátap, sagúd).



hamíl

Hiligaynon

Any soft material used to sit or lie upon, as a cushion, hassock, bolster and the like.


hámil

Hiligaynon

To use or provide a soft support, to cushion, to pillow. Ginahámil níya ang ulúnan sa íya nga likód. He is using the pillow as a support for his back. Hamíli siá sing hábul sa likód. Have her back propped up by a blanket. Hamílan mo ang pulungkóan sing almoháda. Place a cushion on the seat. Hamílon ko lang iníng kógon. I'll use this cogon-grass as a soft support. Ginhámil níya ang ákon báyò. He used my jacket as a bolster. May hamíl kamó sa kátre? Have you anything to put on the bed as a mattress? Húo, ihámil mo lang iníng hábul. Yes, just use this blanket as a mattress. (see hampílò, ampílò).


sál-ay

Hiligaynon

To put one's arms under another's back, let another recline on one's arms, to support or carry in the arms (putting one arm under a person's back and one under the knees, as is often done in taking up a sleeping baby, lifting a sick person, a corpse, or the like). Ginsál-ay ni María Santísima ang bángkay sang Aton Ginóo. The Blessed Virgin Mary supported the dead body of Our Lord. Sal-ayá ang masakít nga táo. Put your arms under the sick man's back (and lift him up). Sinál-ay níya sing mahínay ang bátà nga nagakatulúg. She gently lifted the sleeping child. (see aláy-ay, hamíl-ay).


túngil

Hiligaynon

To nurse, tend the sick, attend on the sick, look after one ill in bed, take care of the bed-ridden. Tungíla ang masakít. Attend on (Wait on) the sick person. (see sagúd, tátap, sapópo, batití, hamíl-ay).