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kúlpà

Hiligaynon

To shrink, shrivel, contract, diminish, condense, reduce, wane, settle, become small or smaller, lessen, decrease, grow less, dwindle. Kinmúlpà ang humáy. The rice shrank. Nagkúlpà ang dútà sa búhò. The earth in the hole settled, became compact and consequently apparently less. (see kúpus).



kutíplong

Hiligaynon

(B) A very little, a trifle, an exceedingly small amount. Kutíplong lang nga humáy ang ginhátag níya sa ákon. He gave me only a very small amount of rice. (see púdyot, kusî, tikî).


labán

Hiligaynon

More than half, majority, the larger part or share; more, greater, larger (of quantity or numbers); to be, do, etc. more, exceed, surpass, outdo. Ang labán sang ákon humáy ginbalígyà ko na. I have sold more than half of my rice already. Ihátag mo sa íya ang tungâ sang tinápay, índì ka maglabán sa íya-or-índì mo siá paglabanán. Give him half of the bread, don't keep the larger share for yourself. Ginlabán níya ang paghátag sa kay Pédro. He gave Pedro more. Nalabanán akó níya sing duhá ka páhò. He got two mangoes more than I did.


lághay

Hiligaynon

Mixture, blend; to mix, mingle, blend. Laghayí ang kárne sing ísdà, ang húmáy sing maís, ang mónggo sing áhus, etc. Mix meat with fish, rice with corn, monggo with garlic, etc. (see lakót, sámò, símbog, símpon, lákay, sákot, sakót, lamód).


lágnoy

Hiligaynon

To walk through or over (unceremoniously). Indì nínyo paglagnoyón ang humáy. Don't walk over the rice. (see latás, ládag, etc.).


lágtom

Hiligaynon

Dark, black (of boots, etc.); dark green, luscious (of leaves, etc.); to be black, luscious, etc. Ang humáy nagalágtom na, kay naulanán. The rice is growing well now (is dark green), for it has had rain. Nalagtomán akó siníng mga tanúm. These plants look luscious to me, appear to me to be in a very flourishing condition. Kon magbakál ka sing panápton nga maitúm, pilíon mo ang malágtom, índì ang mabúdhaw. If you buy black clothes, choose very black ones and not such as are a rusty black. (see dulúm, itúm).


láhus

Hiligaynon

To look for on the spur of the moment, try to-find,-obtain,-get-, at once. Nagaláhus siá sing kwárta. He is trying to get some money. Nagláhus siá sing manók, asín, páhò, etc. He tried to obtain at once some chicken, salt, mangoes, etc. Ginlahúsan níya si Fuláno sing humáy. He quickly got some rice for N.N. Lahúsi siá sing tabákò. Find him some tobacco or cigars (without delay). Iláhus mo akó ánay (Paunáhi akó sing madalî) sing duhá ka písos. Please advance me two pesos at once. (see húsà, ságap, sághap, lághap).


lakás

Hiligaynon

Excessive, exorbitant, extravagant, to excess, superabundant, profuse, too much, overmuch, more than enough, beyond the proper limit, unreasonable, immoderate; to be or do to excess, etc. Lakás man inâ. That's really too much. Indì ka magkáon sing lakás, kay maláin inâ sa láwas mo. Don't eat too much, for it is bad for your health. Naglakás na ang bilí sang humáy. The price of rice has grown exorbitant. Nalakasán akó sang íya nga ginhámbal, ininúm, kináon, etc. He talked, drank, ate, etc. too much for my taste. Sa lakás nga pangabúdlay nagbalatián siá. Due to excessive work he fell ill. (see támà, masiádo, dúro, lám-ag).


lakót

Hiligaynon

Mixture, mingling; to mix, mingle, intersperse, put in. Iníng maís may lakót nga humáy-or-iníng maís naláktan sang humáy. This corn is mixed with rice. Ginláktan níya ang sabáw sing áhos. He mixed the sauce with garlic. Ginlakót níya ang áhos sa sabáw. He put garlic into the sauce. Indì mo pagláktan ang ímo hunâhúnà sing babáe, agúd índì madupág ang ímo pagtoón. Don't occupy your thoughts with women, lest your studies should be interfered with. Ilakót iníng kalámay sa bíno tínto, agúd magtám-is. Put this sugar into the red table-wine to sweeten it. (see sámò, lákay, símbug, sákot).


lángking

Hiligaynon

Very ripe and full (of rice, corn, etc.); old, mature; to be very ripe, etc. Lángking na ang maís, humáy, etc. The corn, rice, etc. is quite ripe. Nalangkingán akó siníng tuíg sang ákon maís kag humáy. My corn and rice were this year very good, very ripe and full. Kulihút na ang pagpánggas sing maís, kay malapít na ang tingúlan kag dílì na maglángking. It is now too late to plant corn, for the rainy season is near and it will not become ripe and full. Metaphorically; Lángking nga táo. A clever, experienced, wise man. (see gúlang, tigúlang, láyo, sampáton, tínggas, etc.).


laún, la-ún

Hiligaynon

Old, of a year or more ago. Laún nga humáy. Last year's rice or rice of more than a year ago. Laún nga kawáyan. Mature bamboo that is at least one year old. Laún nga tabákò. Old, mature, mellow tobacco. Laún nga dalága, laún nga babáeng búhat. An old spinster.


líg-as

Hiligaynon

(H) To complete the pounding of rice (leaving very little rice unhusked), pound rice thoroughly. Nakalíg-as na akó sing isá ka lusóng. I have now pounded thoroughly one mortarful of rice. Lig-así akó sing duhá ka gántang nga humáy. Pound two gantas of rice very well for me. Ginlig-asán akó níya sing tátlo ka lusóng. He pounded for me three mortarfuls of rice. Líg-as na-or-nalíg-as na. The rice is now pounded. The pounding of the rice is finished. (see gómà, dásdas, bayó).


limá

Hiligaynon

Five; to divide by five, make or take five parts. Limahón mo ka báhin iníng túmpok nga humáy kag ipanágtag sa íla. Divide this heap of rice in five parts and distribute it to them. Anó, tátlo lang ang ímo kuháon (báklón, dálhon, etc.)? Limahá lang. Why, are you taking (buying, fetching, etc.) only three? Take (buy, fetch, etc.) five.


línas

Hiligaynon

To tread, trample upon, applied especially to the separating of rice-grains from the ears by trampling on them. Linása ang humáy. Tread the rice. Linásan akó nímo sing tátlo ka pásong nga humáy. Tread three bushels of rice for me. Maálam ka balá maglínas? Do you know how to tread rice? Ginlínas gid lang níya ang ákon katarúngan. He trampled on my rights. He spurned my arguments. (see lápak, tápak).


línghag

Hiligaynon

To muse, think, ponder, be absorbed in, have one's mind occupied with. Nagalínghag siá sang trak nga íya pagalulánan sang humáy níya nga galalíngon. He is thinking about how to get a truck to take his rice to the mill. (see libólíbo, hunâhúnà, dúmdum).


língton

Hiligaynon

From língit-to borrow. Língton mo ang íya humáy. Borrow his rice (all his rice). Língtan mo siá sing humáy. Borrow some rice from him. Borrow some of his rice.


lubúk

Hiligaynon

(B) To dry artificially immature rice or corn and pound it, in order to make "límbok". Lubuká-or-lúbka ang maís, humáy. Pound the immature corn, rice. Lúbki akó sing humáy nga isá ka gántang. Pound a ganta of immature rice for me. Ilubúk akó ánay siníng hinúlas nga humáy. Please pound this heat-dried rice for me.


lubút

Hiligaynon

A hole, opening, aperture; to open, form a hole, etc.; perforation, rent, break, rupture, tear. Naglubút ang ákon bakág-or-nalubután (nalúbtan) akó sang bakág kag nakagwâ ang humáy. My carrier-basket burst and the rice came pouring out. (see luhót, tohók).


lúkdo

Hiligaynon

To carry or balance on one's head. Lukdohá lang ang sáko. Just carry the sack on your head. Lukdohí akó siníng isá ka baláon nga humáy. Carry this basket of rice for me on your head. Ilúkdo akó siní. Please, carry this on your head for me.


magkubús

Hiligaynon

At least, at any rate, at all events, on the lowest estimate. Ang kasaplidánan sináng kambuyahán sa magkubús mga tátlo ka gatús ka mángmang sa binulánbúlan. That firm, at the lowest estimate, is making a profit of three hundred pesos a month. Sohólan ikáw dirâ sa magkubús sing mamísos ang ádlaw. Your wages there will be not less than one peso a day. Iníng pinunâ nga dútà, kon magkubús na gid (sa magkubús), magapatubás sa tuígtúig sing kalím-an ka pásong nga humáy. This piece of land produces at least fifty bushels of rice a year. (see kubús).


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