Search result(s) - kántò

kánto

Hiligaynon

(Sp. canto) Song, hymn, chant. (see ambahánon, kalantáhon, kansyón).



kántò

Hiligaynon

(Sp. canto) Edge, rim, brim, corner, margin, bevel, cant. (see binít, hamitán, bígki).


pakántò

Hiligaynon

To put at the edge of, walk near the edge of; to give oneself airs, take a prominent place, show off. (see ámpag, paámpag, kántò).


enkánto

Hiligaynon

(Sp. encanto) Enchantment, charm, spell, incantation, magic, fascination, bewitchment; to put a magic spell upon, bewitch, charm, fascinate, haunt. May enkánto, konó, sa yádto nga baláy. They say that that house is haunted. (see bárang, awóg, téutéu, riít, etc.).


enkánto

Hiligaynon

(Sp. encanto) Enchantment, charm, spell, incantation, magic, fascination, bewitchment; to put a magic spell upon, bewitch, charm, fascinate, haunt. May enkánto, konó, sa yádto nga baláy. They say that that house is haunted. (see bárang, awóg, téutéu, riít, etc.).


enkantohánon

Hiligaynon

See enkantádo.


enkantohánon

Hiligaynon

See enkantádo.


kántong

Hiligaynon

Yarn. (see bunáng).


kantonís

Hiligaynon

Cantonese, pertaining to-, made in-, from-Canton in China, applied to a variety of textiles, silk-fabrics, poultry, etc., coming from China, especially from Canton.


kantór

Hiligaynon

Singer, cantor, chorister, choir-boy, especially one who sings in church. (see manugámba from ámba).


kantóra

Hiligaynon

(Sp. cantora) A female singer, cantor, especially one who sings in Church.


mangangámba

Hiligaynon

Singer. (see ámba, kantór, kantóra).