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ánggid

Hiligaynon

Likeness, similarity, resemblance, similitude; like, similar, resembling; to be like or similar to, to compare with. Walâ sing ánggid sa íla nga duhá. There is no resemblance between the two. Anggid silá nga duhá-or-nagaánggid silá nga duhá. The two of them resemble each other-or-are like each other. Ang kápid nagaánggid gid. The twins are very much like each other-or-very much alike. Iánggid (but better "ipaánggid") iníng estampíta sa isá, kay tan-awón ko kon parého silá. Compare this picture with the one there, for I want to see, whether they are alike or resemble each other. Paanggidí ang patádyong ko, kon maghabúl ka sang ímò. Imitate or copy my skirt, when you weave one for yourself. (see agid-ágid).



ánghaw

Hiligaynon

To look out of a window, watch, observe, gaze out, thrust out or pop out one's head, to visit, inspect, oversee, superintend. Anghawá kon sín-*o ang árà sa idálum. Pop out your head and see who is down there. Anghawí kamí dirí sa sílong sang baláy. Look down at us here underneath the house. Iánghaw sa ámon ang ímong nawóng. Show us your face. Walâ ka gid magánghaw sa ábyan mo nga nagmasakit. You have not visited your friend who has fallen sick. (see gáwa, láaw, lántaw, bísta, bisíta, dúaw).


angháw-ánghaw

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of ánghaw. Angháwanghawá kamí dirâ, agúd makatúdlò ka sa ámon sa paghíkot siní sing maáyo. Visit us over there that you may show us how to arrange it well.


ánghod

Hiligaynon

A term of endearment usually addressed to Negritos: Friend, deary, my dear man. Anghod, diín ka makádto (maágtò)? Friend, where are you going to?


ánghol

Hiligaynon

The smell of perspiration; to smell of perspiration. Ginaangholán akó sang ímo mga médyas. I notice the smell of your socks. Nagaánghol ikáw, kay walâ ka pagpalígos. You smell of perspiration, because you never take a bath.


ángkab

Hiligaynon

A snap, bite; to snap, bite, seize suddenly with the teeth. Ginángkab siá sang idô. He was bitten by the dog. Angkabá siá. Snap him. Angkabí lang sing diótay iníng páhò. Just take a bite of this mango. Hípus ka, kay kon dílì ipaángkab ko ikáw sa ákon idô. Be silent, otherwise I'll get my dog to bite you. (see ikíb, ínkib, kíbkib, kítkit, áb-ab, áp-ap, ót-ot).


ángkas

Hiligaynon

To ride behind someone else, to accompany somebody on the same riding animal, bicycle, automobile, etc. Angkasí nínyo nga duná ang ákon kabáyo. Ride on my horse, the two of you, one behind the other. Ginangkasán níla ang ákon karabáw. They rode on my buffalo. Iángkas lang ang bakág. Simply take the basket along (on horseback, etc). Iángkas mo akó siníng bakág. Please take along on the back of the buffalo, etc. this basket. Buót ka magángkas? Would you like to get up behind me? Paangkasá akó. Let me get up behind you. Let me accompany you. Ginpaángkas níya akó sa íya karabáw. He allowed me to get up behind him on the back of his buffalo.


ángkat

Hiligaynon

(B) Buying on credit,-on account,-on tick; to obtain on credit, to buy on account. Angkatí akó sing duhá ka metros nga kóko. Get me on credit two meters of white cloth. Angkatá lang inâ. Just buy it on credit. Ipaángkat sa ákon iníng bunáng. Let me have this yarn on credit. Angkatí man akó siníng sapátos, kay hulatón ko man ikáw sa pagbáyad túbtub sa lapás ang piésta. Take also these boots from me on credit, for I am willing to wait for your payment till after the feast. Paangkatá lang akó sinâ. Simply give me that on credit. (see the foregoing "ángkat"; the connection between the two is obvious. They are really the same term, whose first meaning is "to get loose seams, etc." and whose secondary meaning is "to get loose merchandise, etc." i.e. "to get or obtain on credit").


ángkon

Hiligaynon

To acquire, take or get possession of, appropriate. Magapaninguhâ gid akó sa pagángkon sinâ nga dútà. I will make great efforts to get possession of that land. Angkoná lang inâ. Just make it your own. Ipaángkon ko sa ímo iníng báka, kon magbáyad ka sa ákon sang matárung níya nga bilí. I'll let you have this cow, if you pay me a fair price for it. Ginángkon níya ang salâ. He took the blame upon himself.


angót

Hiligaynon

To join, tie, fasten, bind, connect. Angta (angotá) ang higót. Join the ends of the string. Angti ang tímbà sang kalát. Fasten the bucket to the rope. Iangót ang isá ka písì sa isá. Connect one cord with the other. Angta ang kalát. Splice the rope. (see higót, gáid, bángot, bangót, gôos, balíghot),


áni

Hiligaynon

The rice-harvest; to harvest rice by means of a small rice-cutter called a "kayóg". Magaáni kamí sa buás. We will harvest rice tomorrow. Ania or ánya ang humáy mo, kay gúlang na. Harvest your rice, for it is ripe. Iníng talámnan sang maís ginánian or ginányan ko sang duhá ka búlan. I got a crop of rice from this corn-field two months ago. Mangáni or manganíhan pa kamí. We are going to work at harvesting rice. Indì mo pagpaaníhon ang mga táo sa ádlaw nga Domíngo kon waláy kabangdánan nga dakû. Don't order-, permit-, the people to harvest rice on Sunday without grave reason. Ginpaáni ko sa íla ang tungâ sang ákon humáy kag ang tungâ ginpagálab ko sa íla. I let them harvest one half of my rice with the rice-cutter (kayóg), and one half I ordered them to cut with the sickle. Indì na nákon pag-ipaáni sa táo ang ákon talámnan, kóndì ipagálab ko lang, kay pagahimúslan ko man ang dagámi. I will no longer permit the harvesters to cut the rice on my field with the kayóg, but I will order them to cut it with the sickle, for then I shall get some profit out of the straw as well. (see alányon, alaníhon-rice to be harvested).


aníla

Hiligaynon

A hive; a cluster or swarm of bees, etc. May duhá ka aníla sang putyókan dirâ. There are two swarms of bees over there.


anínaw

Hiligaynon

Picture, reflection of a mirror, model, type; to look into a mirror, to keep before one's eyes, to study as a model or type to be imitated, etc. Panganínaw is mostly used for the verb. Manganínaw ka sa íya. Study and imitate him. Ikáw ang dáyon ko nga ginapanganináwan. I have your picture constantly before me. Siá gid ang ákon ginapanganináwan. He is my model. (see panganínaw, palanganináwan).


aníng

Hiligaynon

(B) An exclamation of joy, wonder or surprise. Aníng, nagabút ka galî! So you have really come. What a surprise! Kay sin-o ináng baláy nga tísà?-Kay Fuláno.-Aníng! Whom does that brick-house belong to?-It belongs to N.N-Is that so? I am astonished to hear it. (see abáw, abá, kananáks).


aníto

Hiligaynon

Superstitious practices, ceremonies and sacrifices; to make use of or perform superstitious rites. Indì ka magpáti sináng mga aníto nga walâ sing naigoán. Don't believe in those superstitious practices that are so nonsensical. Ginanitóhan níla siá. He was subjected by them to superstitious rites. (see diwáta, babáylan, diósdíos).


áno

Hiligaynon

To claim, lay claim to, appropriate, take possession of; to choose, select, prefer. Indì ka magáno sang dílì ímo. Don't appropriate what does not belong to you. Ngáa man, nga anóhon mo ang íya sang ibán? Why are you laying claim to what belongs to another? Gináno níya ang dútà ni Fuláno. He took N.N.'s land. Ngáa man nga nagapangáno ka? Why are you claiming everything? (said of one who claims everything that has no apparent owner). Anó balá ang ímo anóhon, ang lángit ukón ang inpiérno? What will you choose, heaven or hell? (see ángkon, pílì).


anóng

Hiligaynon

(B) An exclamation used to emphasize a statement: Why! Surely! Certainly! There is no doubt about it. Tî, kon amó inâ nga walâ ka paghúgud sa pagtoón, índì ka makabáton sing prémyo. Anóng! Indì balá? Why, if you won't study diligently, you won't receive a prize. That is certain! Is it not?


ánsyas

Hiligaynon

(Sp. ansia, ansiar) Eagerness, anxiety, desire for; to be eager, anxious, to desire, hanker after or crave; want; to dissemble or hide one's eagerness, to refuse or decline only apparently. May ánsyas siá sa pagtoón, paglakát, paghalín, etc. He is anxious to study, to walk, to go away, etc. Nagaánsyas siá sa pakigáway. He is eager for a fight. Ansyasí ang pagbátok mo sa íya. Show that you are eager to oppose him. Iánsyas mo sa íya iníng bastón. Use this stick to show him that you are quite ready to fight him. Nagánsyas siá, ugái nakaúyon man sinâ. He apparently refused, but in reality he liked it. Indì ka magánsyas, kay nakasáyod man akó, nga malúyag ka magtámbong dídto. Don't hide your eagerness, for I know well enough that you wish to be present there. (see hánggab, lúyag, pangabáy, himúlat, bisyó-bísyo, birô-bírò, indî-índì).


antáray

Hiligaynon

Distance, separation, interstice, interval; to be distant (separate, away) one from another. Limá ka tápak ang íla antáray. Nagaantáray silá sing limá ka tápak. There is a distance (an open space) of five feet between them. They are spaced five feet apart. (see ántad, bál-ot).


antíng-ánting

Hiligaynon

Amulet, charm, any object worn in the belief that it possesses mysterious powers. Indì ka magpáti kag índì ka magdalá sa láwas mo sináng ginatawág nga antíng-ánting. Don't believe in, and don't wear on your body, those things called amulets. (see pinangálap).


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