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íma

Hiligaynon

(B) To like to have, to like, desire, wish for, long for, covet, want, hanker after. Nagaíma siá siníng mga sapátos, bísti, dólse, etc. She would like to have these boots, clothes, sweets, etc. Ginimáhan níya ang ákon páhò. He longed for my mango. Kon magkáon ka sing mga manámit nga kalan-ónon, ang mga bátà magaíma. When you eat nice side-dishes, the children want to join in. (see lúyag, íbug, ílà, hingamó, híngyo, hándum).



imâ

Hiligaynon

Bleating, baa; to bleat, baa (of sheep). Ang karnéro nagaimâ. The sheep bleats. (see mîmî).


imâ

Hiligaynon

To low, moo (of cattle). (see humá, ma, má-má).


íma

Hiligaynon

(B) To like to have, to like, desire, wish for, long for, covet, want, hanker after. Nagaíma siá siníng mga sapátos, bísti, dólse, etc. She would like to have these boots, clothes, sweets, etc. Ginimáhan níya ang ákon páhò. He longed for my mango. Kon magkáon ka sing mga manámit nga kalan-ónon, ang mga bátà magaíma. When you eat nice side-dishes, the children want to join in. (see lúyag, íbug, ílà, hingamó, híngyo, hándum).


imâ

Hiligaynon

Bleating, baa; to bleat, baa (of sheep). Ang karnéro nagaimâ. The sheep bleats. (see mîmî).


imâ

Hiligaynon

To low, moo (of cattle). (see humá, ma, má-má).


alíma

Hiligaynon

(B) The hand. Pagpangalíma-to handle, handle roughly, come to blows, etc. Indì ka mangalíma sa íya or índì mo siá pagpangalimáhon. Don't touch him. Don't strike him-, handle him-, roughly. (see kamót).


alimá

Hiligaynon

(B) To take in hand, to handle or take care of. Alimahón mo gánì iníng mga bátà. Take care of these children, then. Ialimá akó ánay siníng mga bátà. Lend me a hand, please, in taking care of these children.


alimángo

Hiligaynon

A crab, much steemed[typo for "esteemed"] for food, the "aligyanán" in particular being much in demand. (see kaság).


alimátok

Hiligaynon

Mountain-leech, black and white in colour, a little smaller than the ordinary leech. (see líntà).


alsapríma

Hiligaynon

(Sp. alzaprima) A lever for raising loads.


alusíman

Hiligaynon

A kind Of grass that is often fed to pigs; a kind of purslain, purslane.


animál

Hiligaynon

(Sp. animal) Animal, beast, brute; dunce, blockhead, a brutal fellow. (see sápat, háyup).


ánimas

Hiligaynon

(Sp. ánimas) The ringing of the churchbell in memory of the Souls in Purgatory. The usual time for the ringing of this bell is at 8 o'clock p.m.


dalimasô

Hiligaynon

(B) To form pus, gather, discharge matter, etc. See dágsang, dalâ. Nagdalimasô ang íya pilás, hubág, etc. His wound festered, his boil gathered to-, came to-, a head, etc.


dìmaísip

Hiligaynon

Countless, innumerable, without number, unnumbered, untold, numberless, incalculable. (dî, ísip).


dimálas

Hiligaynon

(Sp. de mala suerte) Unlucky, unfortunate, ill-fated, ill-starred, hapless, out of luck, "hard lines", (see dibuénas-lucky, etc.).


dimalás

Hiligaynon

Unfortunate, unlucky, ill-fated, disastrous; to be unfortunate, etc. (see dimálas).


dîmanínggol

Hiligaynon

Headstrong, stubborn, unyielding, obstinate, obdurate, self-willed, unheeding, deaf to admonitions, commands or advice, tenacious, perverse, refractory, dogged. (see dîmawáding).


dîmasábi

Hiligaynon

Unknown and unknowable, inexplicable, unfathomable; innumerable. (dî, sábi; dîmasáysay, dîmatúngkad, dîmaísip).


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