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irás

Hiligaynon

To annoy, jar-, grate-, get-, upon one's nerves, strike painfully or annoyingly, be a nuisance. Ginairás akó sináng hámbal. I am getting annoyed at that kind of talk. Nagapairás siá sa ákon. He is getting on my nerves (with his refusals, pretexts, excuses, or the like). Iníng babáe nagapairás sang íya nga panápton. It is trying to see how this woman flaunts her clothes.



irás

Hiligaynon

A worm of the size of a centipede that causes a painful itch when brought in contact with the skin. (see tíl-as, lupák).


irás

Hiligaynon

To annoy, jar-, grate-, get-, upon one's nerves, strike painfully or annoyingly, be a nuisance. Ginairás akó sináng hámbal. I am getting annoyed at that kind of talk. Nagapairás siá sa ákon. He is getting on my nerves (with his refusals, pretexts, excuses, or the like). Iníng babáe nagapairás sang íya nga panápton. It is trying to see how this woman flaunts her clothes.


irás

Hiligaynon

A worm of the size of a centipede that causes a painful itch when brought in contact with the skin. (see tíl-as, lupák).


íras, irás

Hiligaynon

(B) Line, row; furrow. See ídas.


íras, irás

Hiligaynon

(B) Line, row; furrow. See ídas.


lupák

Hiligaynon

A worm or caterpillar similar to a centipede, but hairy. (see irás).


pairás

Hiligaynon

To talk, act or display ostentatiously, show off, parade, flourish, make a bad impression on bystanders by overbearing manners, etc. Nagapairás siá. He is talking or acting in an overbearing manner. Ginpairás níya ang íya diótay nga tinón-an. He showed off his little learning. Ginpairasán níya kamí sang íya bág-o nga bísti. She proudly displayed before us her new dress. Indì ka magpairás sa ámon sang ímo tinagalóg nga hámbal. Don't make a display before us of your Tagalog way of talking. (pa, írás).


tíl-as

Hiligaynon

A worm similar to a centipede. (see lupák, irás).


bakíras

Hiligaynon

See bakáris.


birás

Hiligaynon

Brother-in-law, sister-in-law. See bilás. (see bayáw).


hirás

Hiligaynon

Crack, split; to crack, split. May hirás ang tása. The cup is cracked. Naghirás ang tása. The cup is cracked. Iníng pínggan nahirasán. This plate has a crack in it. (see litík, balanâ).


híras, hirás

Hiligaynon

To be stingy, give little, treat in a miserly way, be parsimonious, shabby, mean, niggardly, close, "penny-wise". Ginhirasán lang níya ang íya útud sang mánggad nga íla pinanúblì. He gave his brother only a small amount of the property they inherited. Indì mo paghirasán ang ímo libáyon sing tinápay. Don't treat your young brother so stingily in the matter of bread.


mahíras

Hiligaynon

Miserly, stingy, closefisted, niggardly, mean, parsimonious. (see híras, maímot, maínot).


mirasól

Hiligaynon

(Sp. mirasol) The sunflower.


pakirasâ

Hiligaynon

(B) To neglect, ignore, bestow no care upon, treat without consideration, pay no attention to. Nagpakirasâ gid lang silá sa íla mga manák. Ginpakirás-an gid lang níla ang íla mga manák. They utterly neglected their step-children. (see pabayâ, ahígahíg, ihígihíg).


ríras

Hiligaynon

To cut or split burí-leaves and the like into strips for weaving purposes. Rirása ang burí. Tear the burí-leaves into strips. (see lílas).


rirasán

Hiligaynon

Machine or instrument for dividing leaves into strips for weaving hats, baskets, etc., stripping-device, stripper. (see lilasán).


tampirás

Hiligaynon

(B) Not straight, not upright, inclined, deviating from a straight course; to be out of the straight, deviate from a straight line or course. (see tumpilás id.).


tirások

Hiligaynon

Careless, etc. See tarásak, patarásak.


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