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káble

Hiligaynon

(Sp. cable) Cable, large rope.



álas

Hiligaynon

To wind up, coil. Alása ang písì. Wind up the rope. Iálas akó ánay sang kalát. Please, coil up the rope for me. Kon índì ka makahibaló magálas sang káble ipaálas mo lang inâ sa kay Pédro. If you don't know how to wind up the cable, get Peter to do it.


bútong

Hiligaynon

To draw, pull, tug. Butónga ang kalát. Pull the rope. Ginbútong níla ang káble. They pulled the cable. Ibútong akó ánay siníng písì. Kindly pull this string for me. (see gúyud-to drag; tulúd-to push; dusô-to shove).


lántay

Hiligaynon

A line of separation or demarcation; to establish a line, make a division or boundary line; line-guard. Bantayán mo ang lántay kag dákpon mo ang nagalákbay. Watch the line and capture any one that crosses it. Ilántay mo iníng kalát. Mark a line with this rope. Ginalantayán na níla ang bálsa sing káble, kay may katalágman nga anódon (-óron) sang sulúg. They are now providing the ferry with a cable-line, because otherwise there is danger that it may be carried off by the current. Diín ang lántay sang kadulúnan sang ínyo umá? Where is the boundary line of your fields? Ikáw amó ang lántay. You are the line-guard-or-you have to guard the line. (see látid, bántay).


písì

Hiligaynon

Cord, string, rope. (see kalát, higót, káble).


sáb-ong

Hiligaynon

A large and thick rope, a cable. (see kalát, káble).


alandáman

Hiligaynon

(H) Delicate, precious, to be handled with care or caution. Ang tanán nga mga butáng nga mahapús mabúong ukón dolóktan sang bulíng alandáman. All things easily breakable or liable to be soiled should be treated with care. (see ándam, alamlígan, talatapón).


bangî, -bangî

Hiligaynon

The fiddler-crab, a kind of crab remarkable for its unequal claws, one being much larger than the other, especially in the male.


bilídlon

Hiligaynon

That is to be seen or viewed; worth while seeing, remarkable, noteworthy, notable, noticeable. (see bilídlan).


kabulúk-an

Hiligaynon

Rent, fissure, crack, rift, split, breaking. Pínggan nga walâ sing kabulúk-an. An unbreakable plate. (see bukâ).


mabinuúngon

Hiligaynon

(H) Breaking; breakable, fragile. (see búung).


mabuungón

Hiligaynon

Fragile, breakable, brittle. (see búung).


mapág-on

Hiligaynon

Firm, steady, strong, solid, stable, unshakable, stanch, staunch. (see pág-on, malíg-on, salalígan, mabákud).


matapúk

Hiligaynon

Easily broken, breakable, flimsy, fragile, weak, worn-out, brittle, frail. (see tapúk).


pasahî

Hiligaynon

Extraordinary, remarkable, notable, exceptional, uncommon, noteworthy, unwonted, outstanding, excelling, not common; to be extraordinary, do something in an extraordinary way, etc. Ginpasahî gid ni Fuláno ang pagpabúnyag sang íya bátà. N.N. had his baby baptized with extraordinary solemnity. Ginpahimánsag níla ang kaadláwan sang íla pándut sa pasahî nga mga kasadyáhan. They celebrated their feast-day with extraordinary manifestations of joy.


tapók

Hiligaynon

To be or become brittle, weak, easily breakable or fragile. Natapokán akó siníng hílo. This thread is too weak for my purpose. Nagtapók na iníng hénero. This cloth is worn out, has lost its strength, easily tears.


tígsim

Hiligaynon

Sip, taste, mouthful; to taste, try, sip, take a small draught of a liquid. Tigsimí iníng bíno, tubâ, sabáw, etc. Taste this wine, tubâ, sauce, etc. Walâ akó katígsim (makatígsim) sang íya mga ilímnon. I have not tasted (any of) his drinks. I have had no occasion to try his drinkables (wines, liquors). (see tiláw, dímdim, samít, dimól, sagámsam).