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kúrì

Hiligaynon

(B) To be slow, difficult, laborious, hard, ticklish, requiring patience and hard work, etc. See kúlì.



kúlì

Hiligaynon

(H) To be slow, do slowly, weakly, with difficulty. Nagkúlì siá maglakát, kay matámbok siá. He was slow in walking, for he is so fat. Kon pakiáw ginadásig níla ang trabáho, ápang ginakúlì kon sa inádlaw. They are quick at work when paid a lump sum, but slow when they are paid daily wages. (see kúrì).


kuribúng

Hiligaynon

(B) Quiet, tranquillity, calmness, calm; quiet, tranquil, calm; to be quiet, etc. See pakuribúng.


kuriít

Hiligaynon

To wrinkle one's face, make grimaces, make faces, etc. See kolisáw id.


kurinót

Hiligaynon

Wrinkle, crease; wrinkled, creased. (see kulitút, koritót, kuripót).


kurínot, kurinót

Hiligaynon

To form wrinkles or creases, to wrinkle. (see korítot).


kuripót

Hiligaynon

Wrinkle, crease; wrinkled; stingy, close, miserly. (see koritót, kurinót, maímot).


kúris

Hiligaynon

A stroke made with a pencil and the like, a line, a scratch, a score; to line, mark, score, scratch lightly with a pointed tool or instrument. Sín-o ang nagkúris sang papél? Who made these scratches on the paper? Kinurísan sang símsim ang ákon bútkon. My arm got scratched by the bamboo-branches. Ikúris lang ang tigíb sa tápì. Simply mark the board with the chisel. (see kúdlit, kúdlis, kúlit, kúrit).


kúrit

Hiligaynon

See kúlit.


kurít

Hiligaynon

See kulít.


kuritót

Hiligaynon

See koritót-wrinkled, etc.


pakuribúng

Hiligaynon

To be silent, sit still, make no stir, keep very quiet. Indì ka magpakuribúng, kóndì maghúlag ka na. Don't sit still, but be stirring. Don't stick there mooning, but-stir yourself,-be on the move,-get a move on. Nagapakuribúng gid lang siá sa higád sang íya baláy. He just stays slumped (remains quiet) in a corner of his house. (see pahimúyong, patáwhay, húkò).


takurí

Hiligaynon

Kettle for boiling water in, tea-kettle, coffee-kettle.


takurî

Hiligaynon

See tagurî-half a day's work, etc.


bádlit

Hiligaynon

A line, stroke, sign or mark with a pencil, pen or the like; to line, sign, mark with a stroke of the pen, brush, etc. Badlitá or badlití ang papél sang ímo plúma. Mark the paper with a stroke of your pen. Ibádlit ang lápis sa káhoy. Mark the wood with the pencil. Iníng papél nabadlitán sing tátlo ka kúris. This paper has been marked with three strokes. Dílì mo pag-ipabádlit ang papél sa mga bátà. Don't permit the children to make lines on the paper. Indì mo siá pagpabadlitón sang papél. Do not allow him to make lines on the paper. Anhon mo kon amó inâ ang bádlit sang pálad mo? What can you do, if such is the streak in your fate? Ang íya mga kílay dáw binádlit sang isá ka tigduág. Her eyebrows are (were) like the strokes of a painter's brush. (see kúris, kúrit, kurít, kúdlit, etc.).


balúndò

Hiligaynon

Change, transmutation, transformation, metamorphosis; to transform-, change-, turn-, fish into meat, cats into birds, wood into stone, etc. A superstitious belief has it, that "áswang" can do such things. Ang ísdà nabalúndò sa kárne. The fish was changed into meat. Nabalundoán siá sing kárne. He had some transformed, or mysterious meat placed before him. Binalundoán siá sing ísdà. He was given mysterious fish (something transformed into fish). Ang kuríng ginbalúndò sang manogbalúndò sa píspis. The wizard turned the cat into a bird. (see bálhin, bályo, báylo).


dílap

Hiligaynon

To lick, lap, draw the tongue over. Indì ka magdílap sang ímo túdlò. Don't lick your finger. Dinilápan sang kuríng ang yahóng. The cat licked the bowl. (see dílà).


dimát

Hiligaynon

To attract, draw, induce, win, win over, propitiate, conciliate, gain over, attach to, entice, allure, charm, fascinate, captivate, cause a liking for, coax, wheedle, cajole, Nadimát na siá sang káon sang tinápay. He has now a liking for eating bread. He has taken to eating bread. Ginpadimát níya ang idô ni Fuláno sa pagkarí dirí. He enticed N.N.'s dog to come here. Iníng bungálon ipadimát ko sa karabáw nga bág-o pa lang nákon mabakál. I am going to win the attachment of the buffalo I bought lately with this green fodder. Padimatá gid ang kuríng, agúd índì na magbálik sa íya nga ginhalinán. Make it worth while for the cat to stay with you, lest it should return whence it came-or-lest it should go back to where it came from. Makapadimát gid sa íya dirá ang maáyo nga hángin. The good air there will please (conciliate) him. Nadimát siá sang báile, sang sakáy sa áwto, etc. He likes to dance, to travel by automobile, etc. (see amág, ílà, íma, lúyag, úyon, wíli, yánggaw).


dungángo

Hiligaynon

To droop-, drop-, the head or hands in a lazy manner, to be-idle,-indolent,-dispirited, languish. (see dungángok, panimókò, pakuribúng, pamuágpuág, paligóy, pabánol, patáwhay, búog).


gáto

Hiligaynon

(Sp. gato) A male cat, tom-cat; money-bag; cock, hammer, trigger of a gun. (see kutî, kuríng, púyo, sulúdlan-pílak, gatílyo).


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