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idág

Hiligaynon

To lean against some support while sitting (as a sick person against several pillows or the like). Nagaidág siá sa mga ulúnan. She is leaning against the pillows. Ginaidagán níya ang díngding. He is leaning against the wall. Ang masakít nga bátà íla ginpaidág sa isá ka butáka. They put the sick child half reclining in a comfortable armchair. Si San Huán nagaidág sa dúghan sang Aton Ginúo. St. John leant against the breast of Our Lord. (see sándig).



idág

Hiligaynon

To lean against some support while sitting (as a sick person against several pillows or the like). Nagaidág siá sa mga ulúnan. She is leaning against the pillows. Ginaidagán níya ang díngding. He is leaning against the wall. Ang masakít nga bátà íla ginpaidág sa isá ka butáka. They put the sick child half reclining in a comfortable armchair. Si San Huán nagaidág sa dúghan sang Aton Ginúo. St. John leant against the breast of Our Lord. (see sándig).


dúkmil

Hiligaynon

To lie on or upon, as children on their mother, or the like. Indì pagdukmilá si nánay mo, kay nagakatulúg. Don't lie upon your mother, for she is sleeping. Dukmilá si nánay mo, agúd magmatá. Lie down close to your mother to wake her up. (see dulúg, húlid, idág).


idágan

Hiligaynon

Back (of a chair), support, anything to lean or rest against. (see idág).


idágan

Hiligaynon

Back (of a chair), support, anything to lean or rest against. (see idág).


liáy

Hiligaynon

To recline, lean back against, rest one's back against or on. Nagaliáy siá sa ulúnan. He leans back against the pillow. Liniayán (ginliayán) níya ang ulúnan. He leant back against the pillow. (see saliáy, idág).


dág-dag

Hiligaynon

To let fall, drop, tumble or plump down. Indì mo pagdagdagón ang pínggan. Don't drop the plate. Nadágdag ang martílyo sa lamésa. The hammer fell off the table. Dagdagí ang idô sing bató. Drop a stone on the dog. Idágdag sa ákon ang bóla. Throw me down the ball. Dagdagá siá sa listáhan. Drop him from the list. (see húlug, táktak).


dágà

Hiligaynon

A sacrifice to idols; human sacrifice; the killing and eating of pigs, chickens, etc. by the superstitious; to sacrifice to idols or in superstitious practices. Dákpa ang kánding, kay idágà sa minahán (dulangán). Catch the goat, for we will sacrifice it for the success of the mine. Ang íla pándut gindagáan níla sing duhá ka báboy. They sacrificed two pigs at their feast. (see hálad).


dagándan

Hiligaynon

A fence of horizontal split bamboo fastened to posts about a yard apart; to make such a fence. Dagandaní ang sa idálum sang baláy, ang pamulákan, etc. Make a dagándan-fence around the lower part of the house, around the flower-garden, etc. Dagandaná iníng mga kawáyan. Prepare this bamboo for a dagándan-fence or make a dagándan-fence of it. Idagándan iníng mga kawayán. Use this bamboo for making a dagándan-fence. Diín si tátay mo?-Nagadagándan siá sang talámnan. Where is your father?-He is making a dagándan-fence round the field. (see síklat-a fence of vertical split bamboo).


dágay

Hiligaynon

To show, expose, display, exhibit, bring forth, produce, set out or forth, put out, place so as to be seen. Idágay ang mga pagkáon, ang mga balalígyà, etc. Put the food on the table, display the merchandise, etc. Dagáyi akó sing mga lápis. Show me some pencils. (see kúyang, pakítà).


dagnás, dágnas

Hiligaynon

To scour, rub, scrub. Dagnasí ang salóg. Scrub the floor. Idagnás akó siníng salúg. Kindly scrub this floor for me. Dinagnasán na níla sing maáyo ang salúg sang balatonán. They have scrubbed well the floor of the reception room. (see lampáso).


dágtà

Hiligaynon

Stain, blot, blotch, splash, smut, smudge, grime, spot, smear, daub, smirch, blemish; to stain, blot, mar, foul, etc. Ang dágtà sang salâ. The stain of sin. Nadagtaán siá sing lúnang, tínta, etc. He got stained with mud, with ink, etc. Idágtà mo sa íyang báyò iníng tínta. Stain his jacket with this ink. Ang kalág sang Mahál nga Birhen walâ madagtaí sang salâ nga panublión. The soul of the Blessed Virgin was not stained by original sin. Dinagtaán níya ang kadunggánan sang íya panimaláy. He besmirched the honour of his family. (see músing, bulíng, hígkò).


dagumák

Hiligaynon

To use up, wear out, spoil by frequent use. Dagumaká lang ang bág-o mo nga sapátos. Just wear out your new boots. Indì mo pagidagumák iníng matahúm mo nga bestído. Don't spoil this beautiful frock of yours by too frequent use. (see pasaburát, pasaburák, patúyang, saguláy, sarabóg).