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hábay

Hiligaynon

To strike-, beat-, knock-, down or over with a sweeping motion. Habáya lang ang kodál. Just knock the fence down. Ginhabáyan níya kamí sang masiók nga kógon, agúd maghapús ang ámon pagági dirâ. He beat down the dense cogon grass, in order to make it easy for us to pass. Ihábay mo ang ímo bastón sa mga gámhon nga nagabalábag sa dálan. Beat down with your stick the weeds in the middle of the road. Ihábay mo akó ánay sináng mga tígbaw, kay ipaági ko ang ákon kángga. Please beat down that tigbaw reed, because I wish to pass with my cart. (see hápay, hiláy).



hapús

Hiligaynon

To be easy, facile, manageable, require but slight effort. Papáa ánay ang lánsang, agúd mahapús ang paggábut. Strike the nail first with the hammer, that it may be easy to draw out. Naghapús na ang pagbútong sang kángga, kay binutangán sing síbo. It is now quite easy to pull the cart, for it has been greased. Ginahapusán akó siní. This is quite easy for me-or-This seems to me to be easy. Ang pagbinuligáy nagapahapús sang pangabúhì. Mutual help makes life easy. (see hulás).


ígot

Hiligaynon

To creak, emit a grating sound as by friction or the like. Ang kángga nagaígot, kay walâ sing síbo. The cart creaks because it is not greased. Ginpaígot níya ang galingán sang kapé. He made the coffee mill creak. Huy, sapatéro, índì mo pagpaigóton ang ákon mga sapátos. Now, shoemaker, don't make my boots creaky. Don't make me boots that creak.


ígot

Hiligaynon

To creak, emit a grating sound as by friction or the like. Ang kángga nagaígot, kay walâ sing síbo. The cart creaks because it is not greased. Ginpaígot níya ang galingán sang kapé. He made the coffee mill creak. Huy, sapatéro, índì mo pagpaigóton ang ákon mga sapátos. Now, shoemaker, don't make my boots creaky. Don't make me boots that creak.


kángga, kánggà

Hiligaynon

Wagon, cart, with or without a roof and usually provided with wooden wheels. (see káro).


kanggéro

Hiligaynon

Driver of a wagon or bull-cart, waggoner, carter. (kángga).


lígdas

Hiligaynon

To slip, drop or fall off (the edge of a bank, road, stone, bench, etc.). Naglígdas ang káro sa bató. The cart slipped off the edge of the stone. Naligdasán ang tiíl ko sang alíling sang kángga. My foot got under the wheel when the cart slipped over the edge. Indì ka magpaági sang káro sa binít sang dálan, kay básì maglígdas kag mahúlug. Don't drive the cart near the edge of the road, for it might slip off and fall over. (see dáhog, káy-us, lísding).


limpá-límpa

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of límpa. Ang kángga nagalimpálímpa. The cart is jolting. (see lumpálúmpa).


lísgà

Hiligaynon

To crush, squelch, compress, squash, smash, squeeze to pulp or a broken mass. Nalísgà ang íya bútkon sang alíling sang kángga. His arm was crushed by the cart-wheel. (see pusâ, lumâ, ipít, lígpit, lágpit, lígsà).


lísò

Hiligaynon

To turn round, veer, face about, right about, turn the other side or way. Lísò or maglísò ka. Turn round. Lisóa ang kángga. Turn the cart the other way. Lisói akó siníng salákyan. Turn this vehicle round the other way for me. Ilísò, kon mga saráng, akó siníng síya. Please, turn this chair round for me. Naglísò na siá. He has now come round, has repented or been converted. Madámù nga mga protestánte kag masón ang buút maglísò sa pagkakatóliko sa óras sang kamatáyon. Many Protestants and Masons wish to become Catholics at the hour of death. (see balískad, bálik, lumád, kulúb).


lúlan

Hiligaynon

Burden, load; to burden with, load. Ginlulánan níya ang kángga sing mabúg-at nga lúlan. He put a heavy load on the cart. May inoglúlan ikáw? Have you any goods to be loaded? (see dalá, lúkdo).


maápgot

Hiligaynon

Difficult to swallow or to pass, due to dryness, mud, deep loose sand, etc. Maápgot nga dálan. A muddy or sandy road. Maápgot nga kángga. A wagon difficult to draw on account of a bad road, etc. (ápgot, masápnot).


pahulás

Hiligaynon

To make easy, facilitate, render easy. Ginpahulás sang ulán ang pagarádo. The rain made ploughing easy, less difficult, lessened the labour of ploughing. Pahulasá ang pagági sang kángga. Make the passage for the cart easy. Ang isá ka maáyo nga kapulóngan nagapahulás sang pagtoón sang (dumulúong) luásnon nga hámbal. A good dictionary makes the study of a foreign language easy. (see pahapús, pa, hulás).


palígdas

Hiligaynon

Caus. of lígdas-to slip, glide off. Paligdasá lang ang kángga sa bató, agúd makibút ang mga sumalákay. Let the cart slip off the stone, that those riding in it may get a fright (to give the passengers a fright).


palípas

Hiligaynon

To let or make avoid, let pass, etc. Palipása ang kángga sa dálan. Let the cart pass through the road. (pa, lípas).


pangánggà

Hiligaynon

To cart, transport or convey by cart, to be a carter. (see kánggà). Also: Freq. of ánggà-to pet, fondle.


patalás

Hiligaynon

To make smooth or slippery, to oil or grease (a machine, cart, etc.). Ipatalás iníng síbo sa alíling sang kángga. Use this grease to make the cart-wheel turn with ease. Use this grease to lubricate the cart-wheel with. Patalasí ang tutúnlan (tubúg) mo sing tagábang. Ease your throat by eating tagábang. (see talás, patánlas).


préno

Hiligaynon

(Sp. freno) Bridle, bit; reins; brake, check, drag, skid, stop; to restrain, put on the brake, apply the brake, have the brake (drag) on, to brake, keep in check. Prenóhi ang kabáyo, ang áwto, ang kángga, etc. Rein in (up) the horse, put on the brake and check the motorcar, the cart, etc.


tumbô-túmbò

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of túmbò. To jump up and down; to throb, thump, palpitate. Mabáskug ang tumbô-túmbò sang íya tagiposóon. His heart is beating violently. His heart is thumping. Ang kángga nagatumbôtúmbò sa dálan nga batohón. The cart is jolting over the stony road. (see tumbátúmba).


úngot

Hiligaynon

To enter deep so as to be removable only with difficulty, sink in (of wheels in mud, etc.), cling or stick to. Ang kángga nagúngot sa bagúnbun (lúnang). The cart sank deep in the mud.


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