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hatî

Hiligaynon

Well, consequently, etc. See hánti id.



hínta, híntà

Hiligaynon

Now then! Come on! Let us see. Hínta, ísol ka dídto. Now then, get back there. Hínta, pasúlnga akó. Now then, show it to me, let me see it. Hínta, ipabása mo sa ákon ang sulát. Well, let me read the letter. Hínta, ábi, tan-awón ko kon matúod in-á. Well! Fancy that! I want to see whether that is true. Hínta, dína (diín na) ang tulún-an nga ginsilíng mo? Now then, where is the book you mentioned? (see hánti, hatî).


ta

Hiligaynon

Why, well, now then, etc. "Ta" is either merely an exclamation or it is employed to avoid abruptness. Ta, ikáw lang dirâ sa baláy magbántay. Well, you must be the one to guard the house. Ta, himóa inâ. Now then, get it done. Ta, lakát na kitá. Let us go. (see hínta, hatî). , Look here! You see! Didn't I tell you? There you are! Well! Now then! See tê, tî.


kahátì

Hiligaynon

The fourth part of a peso, twenty five centavos. (see manghátì, manghatión).


A sweet dish of crushed or pulverised rice mixed with sugar and the juice of coconut-meat.


maghilihátì

Hiligaynon

This term seems to be employed only after a negative particle (índì, dílì) and then conveys the meaning of: very loud, uproarious, boisterous, so as to interfere with any ordinary conversation, etc. Dílì maghilibátì nga ulán, dagúob, etc. A very heavy downpour of rain, a very loud thunderclap, etc. Waláy lábut sang índì maghilibátì nga sinínggit sang mga táo--. Notwithstanding the deafening shouts of the men--. (see batî).


See manghátì, manghatión-twenty-five centavos each, etc. (see kahátì).


manghátì

Hiligaynon

Twenty-five centavos each, costing twenty-five centavos. Ginabalígyà níya iní sing manghátì. He sells it at twenty-five centavos a piece. (see kahátì, mangahátì).


manghatión

Hiligaynon

Worth or costing twenty-five centavos. (see manghátì, kahátì, mangahatión).


abô

Hiligaynon

(B) An exclamation denoting aversion, horror, contempt, emphatic denial or negation. Fie! Pshaw! Whew! Pook! Abô, butíg inâ. Pshaw, that's a lie! Abô, índî akó magpáti sinâ. Fie I don't believe that. Abô, pagkamalulúod siníng idô nga patáy kag inúdlan! Pooh what a horrible stench is coming from this dead and wormy dog. (see abá, abáw).


alasálan

Hiligaynon

(H) Roasting-spit. Buháti akó sing alasálan. Make me a roasting-spit. (see asál, asálan, arásal, arasálan).


asálan

Hiligaynon

(H) Roasting-spit, roasting-jack. Buháti akó sing asálan. Make me a roasting-jack. (see alasálan, arásal, arasálan id. From asál).


batî

Hiligaynon

To hear, catch the sound of. Nakahatî akó nga --. I heard that --. Sa malayô índì ka makabatî sang tunúg sang linggánay. From far away you cannot hear the sound of the bell. Kon mabatián mo ang amó nga sugíd-súgid índì ka magpáti, kay lúnsay nga mga butíg. When you hear such rumours don't believe them, because they are pure lies. Note the accent in the following: Ang lupók sang palúpok (rekámra) batíon sa labíng malayô nga minurô. The detonation of a mortar can be heard in the farthest village. (see dungúg, památì, batî-bátì, binatî-bátì).


búhat

Hiligaynon

Deed, work, performance, act, action; to do, make, perform, accomplish, execute, fashion, turn out. Buháti akó sing delárgo, baúl, binangón, etc. Make me a pair of trousers, a trunk, a bolo, etc. Ibúhat mo akó sing kálò. Kindly make a hat for me. Iníng lugár, konó, pagabuhátan níla sing isá ka dakû nga baláy. In this spot, it is said, they are going to build a large house. Sín-o ang nagbúhat sinâ?-Akó amó ang nagbúhat.-Ngáa man nga ginbúhat mo? Who did that?-I did it.-Why did you do it? Usisáon mo sing maáyo ang mga binuhátan sináng táo. Inquire well into the doings of that man. Iníng mga káhoy ibúhat ko sa ákon baláy. These trees I'll make use of to build myself a house. Indì ka magbúhat sinâ. Don't do that. (see hímò, túga). Figuratively: Búhat na kon ginapaúlan ka sang ságad língkod. Stand up and move about, if you are getting cramped from sitting long.


dákot

Hiligaynon

To stick, adhere to (as mud, plaster, glue or the like). Nagdákot sa tángon ko ang kalamayháti. The kalamayháti stuck to the roof of my mouth. Padakóta ang sílyo sa sóbre. Stick the stamp on the envelope. Ginpadakótan ni Fuláno ang ákon delárgo sing lalaó. N. N. daubed my trousers with mud. Ipadákot iníng papél sa puertáhan. Paste this paper on the door. (see pilít, dokót).


gátud

Hiligaynon

Curse, malediction, expletive, imprecation, anathema; to curse, damn, execrate, swear at, imprecate. Anó ang gátud níya siní! What damned nuisance is this! Walâ pa paggátdi sang Diós iníng táo! Isn't this man an abomination in the sight of God! Gátdan ikáw, kon índì ka maghípus. Curse you! If you don't keep silent. Gátud! Damn it all! A curse upon it! The deuce take it! (N.B. Gátud is often used as a merely emphatic exclamation like yáwà, líntì, yámat).


hát-hat

Hiligaynon

To gin cotton, card wool or flax, comb out the seeds of cotton. Hat-hatá ang búlak sang búlak kag papakón. Gin the cotton and beat it out. Hathatí akó sing búlak sang búlak-or-maghát-hat ka sa ákon sing búlak sang búlak. Gin for me some cotton. Iháthat akó ánay siníng búlak sang búlak. Please gin this cotton for me. (see kigí).


hinungá

Hiligaynon

(B) To finish a meal, end a repast; dessert, fruits or sweetmeats served after a meal. Anó ang buút mo ihinungá? Ságing o kalámayhátì? What would you like for dessert? Bananas or "kalamayhátì? (see tungá, úndang, hingúndang).


lámbat

Hiligaynon

To intercept on the road, stop, halt, bar or block the way, preclude the passage of, obstruct the progress of. Lamhatí siá sa dálan. Stop him on the road. Naglámbat siá sa ákon or linambatán níya akó. He intercepted me on my way. He prevented me from proceeding on my way. (see sámbat, bálag, pamalábag, bánggà, bángan).


lihát

Hiligaynon

To make use of the first opportunity, do at once. Lihatí ang pagsulát sa íya. Write him at once, as soon as possible. (see likát, dalikát, kalít).


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