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agahán

Hiligaynon

Morning tuba or palm-wine collected from the coconut-palms in the morning. (see haponán-tuba gathered in the afternoon or evening).



iyágak

Hiligaynon

Squawk, the cry of distress of poultry or the like; to emit such a cry, to squawk. Ang manók nagaiyágak kon dákpon. Chickens squawk when caught. Paiyagáka lang ang sulúg, ápang kuháon mo gid sa íya nga ginahaponán (haponán). Let the cock squawk, but at all events take him off his perch. (see tiyábaw, siagít, toráwik, iyagúrò).


iyágak

Hiligaynon

Squawk, the cry of distress of poultry or the like; to emit such a cry, to squawk. Ang manók nagaiyágak kon dákpon. Chickens squawk when caught. Paiyagáka lang ang sulúg, ápang kuháon mo gid sa íya nga ginahaponán (haponán). Let the cock squawk, but at all events take him off his perch. (see tiyábaw, siagít, toráwik, iyagúrò).


tubâ

Hiligaynon

Palm-wine, toddy, the (fermented) sap that trickles from the lopped fruit-stalk of the coconut palm. Tubâ nga agahán (haponán). Toddy collected in the morning (afternoon). Ibutáng mo lang ang íya sinâ nga hámbal sa tubâ. Put his words down to the toddy i.e. excuse him, because he was drunk when he said it.


haponánon

Hiligaynon

Japanese.


kahaponánon

Hiligaynon

Even-tide, evening. (see hápon).


panihápon

Hiligaynon

Supper; to sup, have-, take-, supper. Nakapanihápon na ikáw? Have you had your supper? Panihapónan mo silá. Sup with them. Take supper at their house. Papanihapónan mo silá. Give them supper. Prepare supper for them. Papanihapóna silá. Let them have supper. Give them time or a chance to have their supper. Sán-o kamo magpanihápon kag anó ang ipanihápon nínyo? When will you have supper and what will you have for supper? (see hápon, paniága-dinner).


tárde, tárdes

Hiligaynon

(Sp. tarde) Afternoon evening; late, behind time. Buénas tárdes. Good afternoon. Good evening. (see hápon, kahaponánon, maáyong, hápon, atrasádo).