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iás

Hiligaynon

A grain (separated from the ear), a shelled pea or bean, or the like. Madámù ang mga iás sa ímo tabíg. There are many loose rice-grains in your harvesting basket. (see iyás, uyás, lamígas).



iás

Hiligaynon

A grain (separated from the ear), a shelled pea or bean, or the like. Madámù ang mga iás sa ímo tabíg. There are many loose rice-grains in your harvesting basket. (see iyás, uyás, lamígas).


agonías

Hiligaynon

(Sp. agonia) Agony, death-struggle, death-rattle; knell, death-bell, passing-bell; to knell, toll the bell. Sin-o ang ginaagoniásan? Whom is the passing-bell ringing for? Paagoniási siá. Have the passing-bell rung for him.


álias

Hiligaynon

To fly off, to fly out in all directions from a hole or receptacle, as rice grains from the mortar, if pounded unskilfully. Magaálias ang humáy sa lusóng kon tótwon sing bikwálon. Rice-grains will fly off in all directions from the mortar, if pounded awkwardly. Dî mo pagpaaliasón ang humáy. Don't let the rice-grains scatter. Don't send the rice-grains scattering or flying off in all directions. Sang pagbayó ni Fuláno naaliasán ang salúg sing madámù nga bináto nga humáy. When N.N. was pounding rice, many grains flew out and scattered over the floor. (see ályas, id.; ásik, ágsik, ásang, álwak, ályak-to spill (of water, etc.); wisík-to sprinkle, splash).


dípias

Hiligaynon

To slip, make a false step. (see dúpias, dalín-as).


dúpias

Hiligaynon

A false step, skid, skidding, slip, slide, glide; to make a false step, to skid, slide, glide, slip; to err, fall into error. Nakadúpias akó sa salúg nga nabutangán sing espérma. I slipped on the floor that had been rubbed with tallow. Amó iní ang ákon dinupiasán. This is the place where I slipped. Padupiasá siá. Make him slip. Cause him to slip. (see dápios, dalín-as, dáhog).


hiás

Hiligaynon

Decoration, embellishment, adornment, finery, trinket, jewel, jewelry, jewellery; to adorn, decorate, embellish, array, beautify, clothe with more than ordinary elegance. Sín-o ang naghiás sang altár nga mayór? Who decorated the High-Altar? Sín-o ang magahiás sang laráwan ni María Santísima? Who will decorate the Statute of the Blessed Virgin? Nahiasán siá sing buláwan kag madámù nga mga bató nga maídlak. She was adorned with gold and many glittering stones. Ihiás mo sa íya iníng kadéna páti medálya nga buláwan. Put this chain and gold medal on her as an adornment. Ginhiasán níla ang nóbya sing madámù nga mga aláhas. They decked out the bride with many jewels. (see puní).


kámias

Hiligaynon

Tap, light stroke, gentle slap; to tap, slap, strike with the finger-tips. Kamiasá ang íya ilóng. Tap his nose. Indì mo siá pagkamiasán sa íya guyá. Don't tap him on the face. (see káblit, kúhit, kámlot, kámlò, tándog, kámlas, tápdas).


kías

Hiligaynon

To take or cut off a little. Kiási akó sing kalabása, lángkà, tosíno, etc. Cut off for me a piece of squash, jackfruit, bacon, etc. (see kíyas id.).


kiás-kías

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of kías. To cut off piece by piece or little by little.


kíbias

Hiligaynon

See kíbyas.


liás-lías

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of liás. Madalî ang pagliáslías sang táo dirí, kay támà kadánlug sang salúg. It is easy for people to slip here, for the floor is very smooth.


liás, lías

Hiligaynon

To slip, skid, slide, slither. Nakaliás siá (ang íya tiíl) sa madánlug nga dálan. He slipped on the smooth road. Andam ka, agúd índì ka magliás sa bató nga nalumútan. Be on your guard, lest you should slip on the mossy stone. Figuratively: Sang pagkasúnug sang baláy ni Fuláno daw naliásan siá kag nalágyo lang nga walâ gid sing dalá bísan anó lang. When N.N.'s house burned he seemed to have lost his wits and he fled without taking anything with him, i.e. without saving anything. (see dúpias, dalín-as).


padías

Hiligaynon

To incite, urge, instigate, set on (a dog, etc.). Indì ka magpadías sa íya sang ímo idô. Don't set your dog on him. (see país-is).


To step quickly aside, to sidestep, draw back, withdraw, retire a little or to a short distance, jump away. (see liás).


pangámias

Hiligaynon

Freq. of kámias-to make a scratching or clawing motion with the hands or paws, as a dog jumping on its master and caressing him with its paws, etc.


piripiási

Hiligaynon

Very little, only a little at a time. Piripiási gid lang ang íya pagtahî. She is doing very little in the way of sewing. She sews seldom and only a little at a time. (see diótay, dítay, isót).


siásat

Hiligaynon

To understand, comprehend, know. See sayásat, sayási.


siási

Hiligaynon

To ponder well, think over, deliberate; to know, understand. Nagsayúp siá, kay walâ siá makasiási. He made a mistake, because he did not think things over well beforehand. (see painóíno, libólíbo, pamalándong, basóbáso, asíási, entiénde, sáyod, hunâhúnà, sayási, sayásat, siásat).


tíbias

Hiligaynon

To slip, make a false step and slip, to lose one's balance by a false step. Nakatíbias ang tiíl ko sa bató kag natúmba akó. My foot slipped on the stone and I tumbled over. (see dúpias, dalín-as).


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