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láb-as

Hiligaynon

Also: premature, sudden, unprepared. Láb-as nga kamatáyon. A premature death. (see agáp, hiláw, hinálì).



ólhot

Hiligaynon

To appear, make one's appearance, pop out (up), shoot out (up) suddenly, unexpectedly. Sa hinálì nagólhot sa masíot nga hilamón ang isá ka mán-og nga dalítan. Suddenly there appeared from among the dense grass a poisonous snake. Suddenly a poisonous snake made its appearance, etc. (see tuáw, tuháw).


ólhot

Hiligaynon

To appear, make one's appearance, pop out (up), shoot out (up) suddenly, unexpectedly. Sa hinálì nagólhot sa masíot nga hilamón ang isá ka mán-og nga dalítan. Suddenly there appeared from among the dense grass a poisonous snake. Suddenly a poisonous snake made its appearance, etc. (see tuáw, tuháw).


pál-ong

Hiligaynon

To stop, halt, bar, debar, block, thwart, preclude, put an end to. Sa hinálì napál-ong ang íya paghámbal. His talk suddenly came to an end. Pal-ongá ang íya paglákat. Bar his progress. Halt him. Bring him to a-halt,-stand,-stop. Ginpál-ong níya ang pagpatíndog ni Fuláno sing baláy dirí. He stopped N.N. from building a house here. (see puút, papuút).


ripínte

Hiligaynon

(Sp. repente) Sudden, suddenly, unexpected, unforeseen, all at once. (see gólpe, hinálì).


sulápuk

Hiligaynon

Whim, fancy, caprice, sudden turn or start, impulsiveness, impetuosity; to do or act impulsively, hastily; to rush. Sulápuk sang kabubút-on. A sudden fancy or impulse of the will. Nagsulápuk (sumulápuk) ang dugô sa íya ólo. The blood rushed to his head. (see hinalî, hinálî, dalás, tabinás).


tabiláng

Hiligaynon

To do or say something thoughtlessly, precipitately, on a sudden impulse; to stumble or fall into (carelessly, absent-mindedly). Andam ka, agúd índì ka dirâ matabiláng. Be on your guard or you-will fall into that hole (trap, snare, etc.) there,-you will put your foot in it. Nakatabiláng siá sa paghámbal sing súbung. He spoke like that without thinking. (see hinálì, hinalî, tambiláng, tabinás).


támlang

Hiligaynon

To chance, happen, come to pass (suddenly or unexpectedly), to do something under a sudden impulse or the like. Nakatámlang siá sa paghámbal sing maláin. He used bad language under the impulse of the moment. Some improper words escaped him. Natamlangán ko gid ang gamó sang pagabút ko dídto. It just happened that, when I arrived there, the trouble had started. (see típlang, hinálì, hinalî, tabû, tabinás).


tipúngaw

Hiligaynon

Dazedness, bewilderment, state of one who is greatly agitated or who has a wild look (appearance); to be wild, scared or frightened on awakening from a profound sleep and not having had time enough to collect one's wits. Natipungáwan siá, kay ginpúkaw sa hinálì ni Fuláno. He was frightened out of his wits when he was suddenly awakened by N.N. (see tapúngaw).


tuháw

Hiligaynon

Sudden, unexpected, without preparation or previous warning. Tuháw nga ulán. A sudden downpour. An unexpected shower of rain. (see kuyús, hinálì).


hinalígi

Hiligaynon

(H) Made into posts or columns, after the manner of posts, etc.; column (of a news-paper).


halígi

Hiligaynon

(H) Post, pillar, column, shaft, support, upright; to use, make or provide a post, etc. Halígya iníng páyhod. Make a post of this páyhod-tree. Ihalígi ko iníng kamúnsil sa ákon baláy. I am going to use this camunsil-tree as a post for my house. Pagahalígyan ko ang ákon kamálig sing káhoy. I'll put up wooden posts for my hut. Ang mga hinalígi sang isá ka balasahón. The columns of a newspaper.


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