Search result(s) - hilám-os

hágdò

Hiligaynon

To touch, feel, handle, stroke, caress, fondle. (see tándog, kúhit, híkap, káblit, kámlò, kámlot, hílam, híkam).



hagús

Hiligaynon

See hág-os.


hágwos

Hiligaynon

To become lean, thin, etc. See hágpis, hágas, níwang, hág-os.


hamóy

Hiligaynon

To run one's hand down the face as after a swim or bath. Ang bátà nga nagsálum naghamóy sang íya nawóng sang pagbútwa níya. The boy that dived into the water ran his hand over his face on coming to the surface. Ihamóy ang pólbos sa nawóng mo. Rub the powder over your face with your hand. Hamóyi ang nawóng sang bátà sing túbig, kay mahígko. Wash the baby's face with water, for it is dirty. (see lám-os, hilám-os, hunáw, hináw, húgas).


háng-it

Hiligaynon

To nibble, gnaw, bite off piece by piece. Iní nga bátà sa gihápon may ginaháng-it nga kalan-ónon. This child has always something to nibble at (cakes, pastry, biscuits, etc.). (see kítkit, páng-os).


híkam

Hiligaynon

To grope, feel one's way, as a blind man or as in the dark. Hikáma kon diín ang gangháan. Grope about and find where the door is. Ang mga táo kon gáb-i nga madulúm nagahíkam (nagapanghíkam). Men on a dark night grope and feel their way. Naghíkam akó sa pagsákà sa hágdan. I groped my way up the stairs. (see hílam, híram, kápkap, pangápkap).


hílam

Hiligaynon

(H) To grope, etc. See híkam.


hímpit

Hiligaynon

Perfect, complete, faultless, exact, precise; to perfect, bring to perfection, etc. Naghímpit ang íya pagginawî sa koléhyo. His manners have become perfect at college. Himpitón mo ang ímo pagsulát. Make your writing perfect-or-Try to write a very good hand. Ihimpit mo akó sang ákon sulát sa Sényor Obíspo. Please see that my letter to the Bishop is perfect. Nagapahímpit siá karón sang íya nga pagtoón. He is now adding the finishing stroke to his studies. Nahimpitán akó siní. This seems perfect to me. (see lántip, búg-os, sampáton).


himúd-os

Hiligaynon

To exert oneself, make great efforts. (see panikasúg, paningúhà, pamurúg-ot, himúg-os, himumúg-ot, hiwág-os).


himúg-os

Hiligaynon

To exert oneself. See himúd-os.


himúg-ot

Hiligaynon

See himúd-os, múg-ot, pamurús, pamuérsa.


himúgtoy

Hiligaynon

To exert force, make great efforts. See himúd-os, etc.


himúlat

Hiligaynon

(H) To wish or strive to obtain, seek to attain, contend for, try hard to, endeavour, make efforts to gain an object. Nagahimúlat siá sa pagtoón túbtub nga magálam gid. He is striving to study till he becomes very learned. Ginhimulátan níya sing dakû ang pagkádto sa Amérika. He made great efforts to go to America. Himuláti ang pagkúhà sináng búnga sa sináng matáas nga sangá sang páhò. Try to get hold of that fruit on that high branch of the mango-tree. Ihimúlat akó sa pagkúhà sináng púgad sang píspis sa balisbísan sang atóp. Please get me that bird's nest from the eaves of the roof. Maghimúlat ka sa pagsunúd sa gihápon sa dálan sang katarúngan. Do your best to walk always on the road of righteousness. (see tingúhà, paninguhâ, himúg-ot, himúd-os, etc.).


himumúg-ot

Hiligaynon

To make great efforts. (see himúd-os, múg-ot, etc.).


hingúhà, hinguhâ

Hiligaynon

To try earnestly, make great efforts, seek to obtain. (see kúhà, tingúhà, paningúhà, panikasúg, pamurúg-ot, himúd-os, etc.).


híram

Hiligaynon

(B) To touch, grope about, finger, etc. See hílam.


hiwág-os

Hiligaynon

To toil, drudge, work hard at, fag, moil, labour, struggle. Nagahiwág-os siá sa pagdáro, sa pagtuángtúang, etc. He toils at the plough, at carrying goods on his shoulders, etc. (see hágò, patáypátay, putóypútoy).


hiwáos

Hiligaynon

Dearth, misery, famine, scarcity, want. Ang pitó ka túig sang hiwáos. The seven lean years. (see hiwág-os, kalisúd).


hómoy

Hiligaynon

Stale; to be stale (of bread). (see pán-os, etc.).


hóshos, húshus

Hiligaynon

To drop, fall down, sink, become loose, slip out (off), escape; to loosen, cause to fall or sink. (see ós-os).


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