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ipotán

Hiligaynon



ipótan

Hiligaynon

Rest, pause, interruption, respite. Walâ siá sing ipótan sang panghímos. She has no rest in her work. (see hinúlò, pahúay).


ipotán

Hiligaynon


ipótan

Hiligaynon

Rest, pause, interruption, respite. Walâ siá sing ipótan sang panghímos. She has no rest in her work. (see hinúlò, pahúay).


hinúlò

Hiligaynon

Rest, quiet, free time, relaxation. Walâ siá sing hinúlò sang panahî, kay mamándut siá. She is busy sewing all the time, for she wants to assist at the Feast. (see ipótan, huraráy, pahúay, inalapalápan, túlò).


kagalán

Hiligaynon

Anus. (Perhaps from the Sp. cagar; see áno, kalipunát, ipotán).


kalipunát

Hiligaynon

(H) Anus. (see áno, kagalán, ipotán).


paaráp-arápan

Hiligaynon

Tranquillity, rest, pause, peace, quiet, cessation from work or trouble. (see ipótan, pasingadtoán, kapahuwáyan).


palangipotán

Hiligaynon

(H) Water closet, privy; cess-pool. (see ípot, palamusónan).


palanglibángan

Hiligaynon


sipót

Hiligaynon

(B) Near together, close, narrow, tight; to be or become narrow, tight, close together. Nagsipót ang dálan, hay gináb-ab kang subâ ang sampihák. (Nagkitíd ang dálan, kay gináb-ab sang subâ ang isá ka pihák). The road has become narrow, for one side of it has been washed away by the river. Nasipotán akó kadyá nga látok. (Nakitirán (Nakitidán) akó siní nga látok (lamésa)). This table is not wide enough for me. (see kitíd).