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ilagâ

Hiligaynon

Mouse, rat. (see balábaw).



ilagâ

Hiligaynon

Mouse, rat. (see balábaw).


ámbo

Hiligaynon

Mouse, rat. (see ilagâ, balábaw, gitíng).


bahô

Hiligaynon

A stench, stink, an obnoxious or offensive smell; stinking: to stink, emit an offensive smell. Anáno nga banhô ang ginabátyag ko dirí? What sort of stench do I notice here? Banô na iníng ísdà. This fish smells bad already. Ang binóro nagabahô. Pickled fish has a strong smell. Nabahoán kamí sang ilagâ nga patáy. We were annoyed by the stench coming from the dead rat.


balábaw

Hiligaynon

Mouse, rat. (see ilagâ).


gíab

Hiligaynon

A small hole, hollow, cavity, recess. Ang mga ilagâ nagapúgad sa mga gíab sang padér. The rats build their nests in the holes of the stone wall. Also verb: Indì kamó maggíab sang padér-or-índì nínyo paggiában ang padér. Don't make holes in the wall. (see búhò, gáhuk, gahúk, etc.).


hilô

Hiligaynon

Poison, venom, dope, drug, bane, virus; to poison, envenom, contaminate. Ginhiloán níla, konó, ang áwang. It is said that they contaminated or poisoned the well. Ihilô iníng asúpre sa mga ilagâ. Poison the rats with this sulphur. (see dálit).


ikíb

Hiligaynon

To nibble, gnaw, bite off a piece, snap, etc. Ikba (ikibá) ang ságing. Nibble the banana. Ikbi ang ságing. Take a bite out of the banana. Ang tinápay iníkban sang ilagâ. The bread had been nibbled (gnawed) by rats. Ang idô nagaikíb sang túl-an. The dog is gnawing the bone. (see íngkib, íngkit, kíbkib, etc.).


ikíb

Hiligaynon

To nibble, gnaw, bite off a piece, snap, etc. Ikba (ikibá) ang ságing. Nibble the banana. Ikbi ang ságing. Take a bite out of the banana. Ang tinápay iníkban sang ilagâ. The bread had been nibbled (gnawed) by rats. Ang idô nagaikíb sang túl-an. The dog is gnawing the bone. (see íngkib, íngkit, kíbkib, etc.).


kíbkib

Hiligaynon

To nibble, gnaw. Ang ilagâ nagkíbkib sang tinápay. The rat nibbled at the bread. Ginkibkibán sang idô ang túl-an. The dog gnawed the bone to bits and devoured it. (see ót-ot).


kólas

Hiligaynon

To make a noise by walking to and fro, to move audibly or noisily. Ang mga ilagâ, haló, etc. nagakólas sa ibábaw sang kisamí. The rats, iguanas, etc. are moving about noisily above the ceiling. Indì kamó magkólas. Don't be noisy. Indì nínyo akó pagkolásan. Don't disturb me with your noise. Kagáhud sang kalóng sang sibúkaw nga nagakólas sa hángin. What a noise the dry sebucao-pods make rustling in the wind. (see gáhud, galúng).


lágà

Hiligaynon

(B) To boil or to cook in water (meat, vegetables, peas and beans, tea, etc.). Lagáa ang kárne, balátong, mónggo, etc. Boil the meat, the beans, the monggo, etc. in water. Lagái akó sing isá ka búgsò nga kárne. Boil a piece of meat for me. Ilágà akó ánay siníng kadiós. Please to boil these black peas for me. Ilágà iníng túbig sa tsa. Boil the tea in this water. (see laúya, lapó, tanók, bukál, lútò, ráhà).


lígpit

Hiligaynon

To jam, squeeze, press, compress, squash, crush by pressure as between two boards and the like. Nalígpit ang tagútò sang bató. The lizard was crushed by the stone. Ligpitá ang tánga. Squash the cockroach. Ginlígpit níya ang ilagâ sang tápì. He crushed the rat with a piece of board. Ilígpit ang haló sa padér. Jam the iguana against the wall. Iníng tápì naligpitán sing tátlo ka tokô,-or-iníng tápì nakalígpit sing tátlo ka tokô. Three geckoes were crushed against this board. (see ipít, lágpit, lígsà, lumâ, pusâ).


lóglog

Hiligaynon

To poke or fish out with a stick, cane, pole, etc. Loglogá ang búhò sang ilagâ. Poke the stick down the rat-hole. Drive the rat out of its hole. Loglogá ang haroán. Poke the mud-eel out with a stick. Ginlóglog sang mga bátà ang kwárta nga sa sulúd sang alkansíya. The boys fished out the money from the slotted bamboo box. (see gúlò, lúgit, lúkit).


ót-ot

Hiligaynon

To gnaw, nibble (as a rat or mouse.) Ginot-otán sang ilagâ ang ákon báyò. My jacket has been gnawed (nibbled) at by mice. Inót-ot sang ilagâ ang ákon hábul. The mouse nibbled at my blanket.


ót-ot

Hiligaynon

To gnaw, nibble (as a rat or mouse.) Ginot-otán sang ilagâ ang ákon báyò. My jacket has been gnawed (nibbled) at by mice. Inót-ot sang ilagâ ang ákon hábul. The mouse nibbled at my blanket.


tíg-ik

Hiligaynon

A yell, shriek, squeal, squeak, loud outcry; to yell, shriek, squeal, squeak, utter a sharp shrill cry (of but a moment's duration). Ang ilagâ (balábaw) nga naipít (nalígpit) nagtíg-ik. The rat that was caught squeaked (gave a squeak). Ginpíslit níya ang íya bútkon túbtub nga nagtíg-ik siá. He pinched his arm till he yelled with pain. (see iwík, tiyábaw, siagít, tiángak, sínggit).


tukúb

Hiligaynon

Seizure, dismemberment, devourment; to bite, dig one's teeth in, tear to pieces (with one's teeth, fangs, tusks, or the like), to snatch, snap, pounce upon, swoop down upon, dismember and devour, fall upon living things with intent to kill or destroy. Ang kuríng nagatukúb sang ilagâ The cat pounces on the rat. Gintukúb sang mga lóbo ang mga karnéro. The wolves tore the sheep in pieces (and devoured them). Tinukúb siá sang idô. The dog bit him. Dinakúp sang haló ang pisô kag íya túkbon (gintukúb). The iguana caught the chicken and devoured it. (see kagát, úkub, dágit, káon, láglag, gús-ab, manunúkub, tulúkbon).


palanilagán

Hiligaynon

(H) Observation-post, watch-tower. Palanilagán sang panahón. Meteorological station. Weather-Bureau, Observatory. (see panílag).


panilagán

Hiligaynon

Observatory, etc. See palanilagán. (see panílag).


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