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hapín

Hiligaynon

Wrapping, covering, cover; to wrap, cover, envelop. Hapiní sing papél ang gisî sang ímo pányo, kay súdlan ko sing asín. Cover the torn part of your handkerchief with paper, for I am going to fill it with salt. Ihapín iníng papél sa ímo tulún-an. Wrap your book up in this paper. Make a cover or jacket for your book with this paper. Ginhapinán níla sing maáyo ang mga médyas nga íla pinadalá sa ákon sa koríyo. They wrapped the socks up well which they sent me by mail. Ihapín akó ánay siníng mga panápton. Please wrap up these clothes for me. (see baláhos, baráhos).



hamókon

Hiligaynon

To fold or roll up, make up in a bundle or roll (clothes, mats, etc.) Hamokóna ang ímo báyò, delárgo kag hábul. Roll up into a bundle your jacket, trousers and blanket. Hamokóni akó sang ákon patádyong. Fold up my skirt. Ihamókon mo akó ánay sang mga panápton nga nagakalábit sa díngding. Fold and roll up for me, please, the clothes hanging on the wall. (see balólon, bágtong, putús, baláhos, hápin).


libálib

Hiligaynon

To wrap or roll up well in paper, etc. Libalíba ang pagputús sang mga panápton, agúd malíg-on. Wrap the clothes up well that the package may be strong, may be able to stand rough handling or the like. (see balólon, baláhos, putús, búngkus, bágtong, hapín).


arápal, arapál

Hiligaynon

(B) A piece of wood suitable for shaping into the handle of a bolo or the like; to handle, manage, cope with. Indî akó makaarapál sang tanán ko nga buluhatón. I cannot cope with all my work. (see ápal, agám, ágap).