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káro

Hiligaynon

(Sp. carro) Cart, wagon, wain.



alíling

Hiligaynon

(H) A wheel. Also used as a verb. Alilíngi ang káro or butangí sing alíling ang káro. Put a wheel to the cart. (see ruéda, aríring).


ampáyo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. amparar) Help, assistance; to help, assist, lend a hand. Ampayóhi siá sa íya mga buluhatón. Help him in his work. Iníng káro páti karabáw iampáyo ko sa íya sa paghákot sing bató. I will assist him to carry stones with this cart and buffalo. Paampayóha sa íya ang ímo sologoón. Let your servant help him or lend him a hand. (see búlig).


ápgot

Hiligaynon

To be difficult of passage, as wheels over deep loose sand or through mud, walking through sticky mire, unripe, astringent or acrid fruit through the throat, and the like. Nagápgot ang dálan. The road has become quite sticky. Ang káro maápgot nga butóngon sang karabáw kay nalubúng sa lúnang. It is difficult for the buffalo to pull the cart for it has stuck in the mud. Naapgotán balá ikáw sináng búnga?-Walâ akó maapgotí, kóndì natanlasán gid akó. Did you experience some roughness in the throat from eating that fruit?-No I did'nt experience any roughness, on the contrary I could swallow it quite easily. (see sápnot, ápgas).


bálbag

Hiligaynon

To shatter, splinter, crush, fracture, break an arm,-bone,-bamboo, or the like. Balbagá ang kawáyan. Crush the bamboo. Nabálbag ang túl-an sang batíis níya, kay naágyan sang ruéda sang isá ka mabúg-at nga káro. His shin-bone was shattered, for the wheel of a heavy wagon passed over it. Ginbálbag sang mga soldádo nga románhon ang mga túl-an sang duhá ka makáwat. The Roman soldiers broke the bones of the two thieves.


búngkag

Hiligaynon

To demolish, destroy, dismantle, pull down, take down. Bungkagá ang baláy. Pull down the house. Dílì mo pagbungkagón ang káro nga napunihán, kay may kinahánglan pa akó sinâ. Don't dismantle the decorated car, for I need it again. Bungkagí akó sing isá ka síya nga dáan, kay himóon ko nga balayán sang isá ka kwádro. Take to pieces an old chair for me, because I am going to make a picture-frame of it. Ibúngkag mo akó ánay sang entabládo. Please take down the stage. (see gubâ, láglag).


dadól-dádol

Hiligaynon

(B) Dim. and Freq. of dádol. Ginadadóldádol níya ang káro nga íya ginhulám. He is using roughly the cart he borrowed.


dagáldal

Hiligaynon

To clatter, rattle, rumble, as a cart over stones or the like. Ang káro nagadagáldal sa kabatohán. The cart is clattering over the stony ground. Indì mo pagpadagaldalón ang káro, kóndì ilikáw mo siá sa mga bató. Don't make the cart rattle so much, but keep it off the stones. Dílì mo ipaági ang káro sa mga bató, agúd índì magdagáldal. Don't drive the cart over stones, lest it should rattle. (see kadálkadál, rungkádul, tumbôtúmbò, dagóldagól, dagóldol).


dasón

Hiligaynon

Following, subsequent, coming after; to ensue, succeed, follow as a sequence or in succession; to come-after,-later,-next, etc. Magadasón ka balá sa ákon sa pagkádto sa Ilongílong? Shall you follow me later in going to Iloilo? Nagadasonáy silá. They are following each other. Dasón siní --. After this --. Ipadasón mo sa íya ang káro. Send the cart after him. Ang kátay dinasonán (dinásnan) sang isá ka matahúm nga beláda. The parade was followed by a beautiful entertainment, play. (see sunúd).


gábaw

Hiligaynon

The difference in price between values exchanged; to pay or make up the difference in price or value of two things exchanged for each other. Pilá ang gábaw mo sa íya nga karabáw? How much difference in value did you pay him for his buffalo? Igábaw mo sa ákon káro duhá ka púlò ka písos. Pay me twenty pesos as difference in value for my cart. Baylohón ta lang ang áton mga báka, kay gabáwan ko ikáw kon pilá ang ipagábaw mo. Let us exchange our cows, for I am ready to pay you what difference in value you may ask for. Nabáton mo ang kwárta nga gingábaw níya sa ímo kabáyo? Have you received the money he paid for your horse as the difference in value? Kon malúyag ikáw magbalígyà sa ákon sang ímo báka, ibáyad ko sa ímo ang ákon báboy kag katloán ka mángmang nga gábaw. If you are willing to sell me your cow, I am ready to pay you for her my pig and a balance of thirty pesos.


gastádo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. gastado) Spent, worn-out, old, useless, threadbare. Gastádo nga báyò. An old jacket. Gastádo nga káro. A worn-out cart. Gastádo na ang góma. The rubber (tire) is worn-out. (see dáan, ulasón, lumâ, umál, guríbhay, gurísnay, gúsbat, gisî).


góot

Hiligaynon

To get or sink into a hole, ditch or the like, to be ditched, to descend, go down. Ang alíling sang íla trak nakagó-ot sa embornál kag mabúdlay kaáyo ang pagpahalín. The wheel of their truck got into the ditch and it was difficult to get it out. Andam ka, índì mo pagigóot sa búhò ang káro. Take care not to drive the cart into the hole.


kadál-kadál

Hiligaynon

Clatter, rattle, clattering, rattling; to clatter, rattle as a cart over stones, etc. Ang káro nagakadálkadál sa dálan nga batohón. The cart is clattering over the stony road. Indì mo pagkadálkadalón ang káro. Don't let (or make) the cart rattle so much. (see kadólkadól).


kakaró-karó

Hiligaynon

Hustling, speeding-up, haste, despatch, dispatch, expedition, hurry; volubility (of speech). (see karókaró, kadásig, kadalî, kagarógaró).


kángga, kánggà

Hiligaynon

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


kárga

Hiligaynon

(Sp. carga, cargar) Burden, load; to load, burden; to transfer, enter. Iníng kárga lakás kabúg-at sa ákon. This burden is too heavy for me. Ikárga iní sa ímo áwto. Put this in your auto. Ikárga akó ánay siní sa ímo karósa. Please put this on your cart. Pilá ang hinákay kon kargahán ko ang ímo káro sing napúlò ka pásong nga humáy? How much will the freight be, if I put ten bushels of rice on your cart? Ikárga sa libro ináng mga binunyagán. Transfer to the register the names of those baptized. Dílì mo siá pagkargahán sináng sáko, kay támà kabúg-at sa íya. Don't burden him with that sack, for it is much too heavy for him. Nalúnud ang sakayán, kay kinargahán sing támà. The boat sank, because it was overloaded. (see lúlan).


karó-káro

Hiligaynon

Dim. of káro. A child's toy-cart.


karó-karó

Hiligaynon

To do something with great speed, to scamp work, perform in a hurry; hasty, careless (of work). Karó-karó nga pagtrabáho. Careless, hasty work. Indì kamó magkarókaró sa pagóbra sinâ. Don't scamp that work-or-Don't be hasty and careless in doing that. (see karógkárog, karótkot).


katúl-katúl

Hiligaynon

Loose, not firm or tight, not well joined or adapted and hence creaky, squeaky, emitting a harsh or grating sound (said of tools, knives (not well joined to the handle), of cart-wheels, etc., with loose parts); to be loose; to creak, squeak. Nagakatúlkatúl ang kaláptan sang súndang. The handle of the knife is loose, creaks (not being well joined to the handle). Indì mo pagpakatúlkatulón ang káro, kóndì pisákan mo. Don't rattle the cart, but steady it by means of wedges. (see lágtok, palágtok-to creak, crack (of bones, fingers, etc).


lamâ

Hiligaynon

To break, crush. Nalamâ or nálmà ang isá ka nahót nga kawáyan, kay nalapákan sang káro. A piece of bamboo was crushed, for the cart passed over it. (see lumâ which is more in use, pusâ, báak, búung).


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