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hay

Hiligaynon

(B) For, because. See kay id.



balúkhay

Hiligaynon

To rummage, ransack, turn over in search of, to look for something amongst a number of other things. Indì mo pagbalúk-hayón ang ákon mga ulús. Do not rummage amongst my clothes. Balúk-hayí gid ang íya nga maléta, kay básì ang ímong báyò yárà sa sulúd sinâ. Ransack his handbag, for maybe, your jacket is in there. Ibalúk-hay akó ánay siníng mga panápton, kay ginamáyom ko nga yárà man dirâ ang ákon pányo nga nadúlà. Kindly search these garments thoroughly, for I guess that my missing handkerchief will be found amongst them.


háy-ad

Hiligaynon

To lay out a corpse, etc. See háyà, hámyang.


háy-og

Hiligaynon

Moderately sloping, not too steep, slightly inclined, declivous; to slope moderately, make a slope. Háy-og nga dálan, pángpang, bakólod, etc. A moderately sloping road, river-bank, hill, etc. Hay-ogá ang bánglid nga píl-as. Make the slope less steep. Ginháy-og níla ang pángpang nga hándog. They made the steep bank slope down gently. (see bánhay).


orát-órat

Hiligaynon

(B) To be determined to, make great efforts, wish, desire, strive. Nagaorát-órat gid tána kang panahî, hay mangílin magsóhol sa mananáhì. She is determined to do her own sewing, because she does not like (is too stingy) to pay wages to a seamstress. Gintáw-an roláng (ron lang) ni tátay na ti kwárta, hay nagorát-órat kang pangáyò. His father finally gave him some money, because he so insistently (repeatedly) asked for it. (see himúlat, paningúhà, panikasúg).


orát-órat

Hiligaynon

(B) To be determined to, make great efforts, wish, desire, strive. Nagaorát-órat gid tána kang panahî, hay mangílin magsóhol sa mananáhì. She is determined to do her own sewing, because she does not like (is too stingy) to pay wages to a seamstress. Gintáw-an roláng (ron lang) ni tátay na ti kwárta, hay nagorát-órat kang pangáyò. His father finally gave him some money, because he so insistently (repeatedly) asked for it. (see himúlat, paningúhà, panikasúg).


pangháyhay

Hiligaynon

Freq. of háyhay-to sigh, moan, say "háy", "aháy". "Heigh-ho!" in pain or distress.


panghingalít

Hiligaynon

To make use of an opportunity, do at once, take advantage of, make "hay while the sun shines". (see kalít).


párdo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. fardo) Bale, batch, bundle, pack, package, parcel, fardel, bottle-, truss-, of hay. Isá ka párdo nga tabákò. A bundle of tobacco containing about thirty "manóso", which see. Isá ka párdo nga bunáng. A bundle of yarn containing about thirty "ágpang".


rórog

Hiligaynon

(B) To do well or thoroughly, make a good job of it, attend to properly or with care. Malóoy kaw kadiáng bátà nga ílo kag rorógan mo gid kang sagúd. (Malóoy ka siníng bátà nga ílo kag sagurón mo gid sing maáyo). Have pity on this orphan boy and take complete care of him. Si Fuláno narorógan gid kang gásto sa pagtoón, hay mayád pa kató tóo ang ándang pagkabutáng. (Si Fuláno nagastohán gid sing madámù (sing maáyo) sa íya pagtoón, kay maáyo pa sádto (nga tiémpo) ang íla pagkabutáng). They had spent much money for N.N.'s studies, for in those days they were still well-to-do. (see áyaw, paayáwáyaw, busúg, búg-os).


rúmpag

Hiligaynon

(B) To destroy, demolish, break up, smash up, break-, smash-, to pieces, undo bit by bit. Rumpagá roláng (Gúb-a na lang) ang dáan nga síya, lamésa, baláy, etc. Just destroy the old chair, table, house, etc. Rumpagá ang mga puní kang simbáhan, hay tápus ron ang piésta. (Kuháa ang mga puní sang simbáhan, kay tápus na ang piésta). Take away the decorations in the church, because the feast is over. (see lúmpag, búngkag, gubâ, ránggà, kúhà).


sag-ulî

Hiligaynon

(sag-úlì, sagúlì), To run-, flow-, come-, back. Nagsag-ulî ang túbig sa áwang. The water flowed back into the well. Napatáy gid siá, kay walâ na makasag-ulî ang íya ginháwa. (Napatáy gid tána, hay warâ ron makasag-ulî ang ginháwa na). He died indeed, for his breath returned no more.


sagibín

Hiligaynon

(B) To fetch-, bring-, take-, along together with something else, to do or perform at the same time as some other work, do in one go. Sagibiná rúgya ang maléta ko. (Ulayhoná dirí ang ákon maléta). Bring along with you at the same time my suitcase or handbag. Kon magbakál ikáw ti kálò nga búntal sagibiní akó ti isará. (Kon magbakál ikáw sing kálò nga búntal ulayhoní akó sing isá). If you buy a búntal-hat, buy one for me too. Isagibín akó sa pagdará rúgto kang ákon páray. (Iuláyhon mo akó sa pagdalá dídto sang ákon humáy). Take along with you my rice. Indì ron akó makasagibín kang mga ságing mo, hay lám-ag ron kabúg-at ang mga kinárga sa trak ko. (Indì na akó makauláyhon sang ímo mga ságing, kay támà kabúg-at na ang mga linúlan sa ákon trak). I cannot take along your bananas, because the load on my truck is already too heavy. (see dungán, uláyhon).


sagubáng

Hiligaynon

(B) To do at once, have time or opportunity to do something immediately, presently, quickly. Kon índì mo masagubangán ang pagbúnak kang mga ulús ko, ihatúd rúgya sa baláy, hay itaó ko sa ibá nga mga mamumunák. (Kon índì ka makalihát sa pagbúnak sang ákon mga panápton, idúl-ong dirí sa baláy, kay ihátag ko sa líwan (ibán) nga mamumunák). If you have no time to wash my clothes (at once), bring them here and I'll give them to some other washerwoman. (see dalikát, lihát).


sagúp

Hiligaynon

To save, rescue, deliver, take up, pick up (a drowning man, a person in misfortune, or the like). Sinagúp silá sa kalaláwran sang isá ka dakû nga sakayán. (Sinagúp sánda sa kalaláwdan kang sángka hánggud nga sakayán). They were picked up on the high seas by a large steamer. Sagupá siá sa túbig sa madalî, agúd nga índì malumús, kay índì siá makahibaló maglangóy; (Ságpa tána sa túbig ti madalî, agúd nga índì malumús, hay índì ra kamáan (makamáan) maglangóy). Take him out of the water at once, lest he should drown, for he does not know how to swim. Sín-o ang nagsagúp sa íya (kaná)? Who picked him up and took care of him? (see balótbot, luás, báwì, tábang, áyop, ayóp).


sáid

Hiligaynon

(B) To finish, use or eat up all. Nasáid mo galî ang kán-on? (Naúrut mo galî ang kán-on?). Have you really finished all the rice? Nasáid ron (Naúrut na) ang káhoy, kwárta, maís, etc. The wood, money, corn, etc. is finished or all used up. Saídon (Urúton) mo lang ang kárne sa (panyága) ígmà, hay ang ihápon báklan ko ti bág-o (kay ang panihápon pagabáklan ko sing bág-o). Use up all the meat there is for dinner, as I shall buy a fresh supply for supper. Indì nánda masáid kang káon ang ísdà. (Indì níla maúrut sang káon (sa pagkáon) iníng ísdà). They cannot eat up this fish. (see úbus, tápus, úrut).


sákà

Hiligaynon

To ascend, go up, come up, step up, go up-stairs, enter a house. Sákà (Sumákà) ka (kaw). Come up. Sakáa ang lubí (nióg). Climb the coconut palm. Sakái akó sing duhá ka lubí, kay buút akó mag-inúm sing butóng. (Sakái akó ti dárwa ka bílog nga nióg, hay mályag akó mag-inúm ti butóng). Climb the coconut palm and pluck two nuts for me, for I should like to drink some coconut milk.


sálà

Hiligaynon

(B) To leave behind, leave. Isálà (Ibílin) ang tsa sa lamésa. Leave the tea on the table. Gindará ko ang bátà ko, hay warâ akó ti saláan sa baláy. (Gindalá ko ang ákon bátà, kay walâ akó sing bilínan sa baláy). I brought my child along, because I have nobody left at home (to take care of it). (see bílin).


salígwatóng

Hiligaynon

(B) To twist or turn aside, deflect the aim, hinder a straight hit. Warâ mamúng-i ang mán-og, hay nagsaligwatóng sa kawáyan ang bastón ko. (Walâ matám-i (maígò) ang mán-og, kay nagalángálang (nakasángit) sa kawáyan ang ákon bastón). I did not hit the snake fair, because my stick was deflected by the bamboo. (see salipád, saligotóng).


samálang

Hiligaynon

To meet, encounter, come-, light-, upon. Sín-o ang nasamálang mo kahápon sa kalsáda? Whom did you meet on the road yesterday? Indì ka magági dirâ, kay masamálang rao áyhan ang mga buyóng. Indì kaw magági dián, hay básì masamálang mo ang mga buyóng. Don't go that way, for you may encounter the robbers. (see sumálang id.; sugatâ).


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