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kábus

Hiligaynon

To pass, go by, be over. Mapaúlì na kitá kay nakábus na ang prosesyón. Let us go home for the procession is over.



kabús

Hiligaynon

Too short, not reaching far enough, below requirements. Ang kabús kag labáw nga batásan áton tadlungón. We should make normal, habits that fall below the standard as well as those that exceed. (see kulábus, kúlang, higúshigús).


gadóy

Hiligaynon

Incompetent, useless, worthless, inept, inefficient, unfit, below the standard. Gadóy nga abogádo, manunúdlò, mangungúma, etc. A lawyer of low attainments, an incompetent teacher, an indifferent farmer, etc. Also verb. Naggadóy na siá nga pangúlo-bánwa. He has become unfit to be Municipal President. Nagadoyán akó sa íya. To me he appears to be a worthless fellow. (see háslò, kabús, kulabús, walâ, sing, águd, waláy, pulús, mínus).


haút-haút

Hiligaynon

Short, lacking, insufficient, not covering all the needs, etc. See hawóthawót. (see kabús, kulábus, kúlang, higúshigús).


hawót-hawót

Hiligaynon

Too little, not enough, short, insufficient, lacking, wanting. Hawóthawót iníng mga tápì sa salúg, iníng hénero sa isá ka térno, etc. These planks are not sufficient to cover the floor, this cloth is not enough for a suit, etc. (see kúlang, kabús, kulábus, higúshigús).


higúshigús

Hiligaynon

Too little, too small, short, lacking, not enough, below the standard, less than is needed or required; to be too little, grow less, etc. (see kabús, kulábus, kúlang).


kulábus, kulabús

Hiligaynon

Insufficient, inadequate, deficient, wanting, skimpy, scant, stinted, not enough, lacking, short, too little or too small; to be insufficient, to not suffice, to come short of, etc. Kinulábus kamí sing kwárta. We were short of money. Nagkulábus ang súd-an. The side-dishes were too few or insufficient. Kulábus gid ang íya ikasaráng sa amó nga palangakóan. He has far too little ability for such an office. Kon kulabúson siá sang pálad--. If fate is against him--. If he is unlucky--. (see kabús, kúlang).


kúlang

Hiligaynon

Less than required or expected, short, insufficient, inadequate, not enough, too little, deficient, deficit; to lack, fall short, be inadequate, etc. Kúlang iní. This is short-or-This is too little. Kúlang gid inâ sa íla nga tanán. That certainly is not enough for all of them. Nagkúlang ang bíno. There was not enough wine. Nakulángan akó sing kwárta. I ran short of money. Pakulángi siá sing limá ka dakû. Give him five centavos less. Pinakulángan níya ang bilí sang líbro sing napúlò ka dakû. He lowered the price of the book by ten centavos. Kúlang karón ang ísdà. There is at present a dearth or scarcity of fish. (see kabús, kulábus).


líp-ot

Hiligaynon

(H) Shortness, curtness, brevity, abbreviation, abridgement; short, brief, curt, curtailed; to shorten, abridge, abbreviate, curtail, cut short. Lip-otón mo ang kawáyan. Shorten the bamboo. Lip-otí akó sang ákon delárgo. Shorten my pants. Make short trousers for me. Ilíp-ot akó siníng káhoy. Kindly shorten this piece of wood for me. Nalip-otán akó sinâ. That was too short for me. Nagági kamí sa líp-ot (laktúran). We took the short-cut. Nagaamátamát na sang líp-ot ang ádlaw. The days are slowly shortening (getting shorter). Lakás kaláwig iníng sinulát mo nga láygay; lip-otá. The written sermon of yours is too long; cut it short, make it shorter. (see kabús-too short; bugô).


maápsà

Hiligaynon

Insufficient, desultory, of little or no use, too little, of no avail, not adequate. (see kabús, kulábus, kúlang, higúshigús).


mahigús-higús

Hiligaynon

Less or smaller than required, not as large as, not enough, not quite sufficient, below the size or standard of a thing serving as a comparison. (see higúshigús, kúlang, kabús, kulábus).


mínus

Hiligaynon

(Sp. menos) No good, poor, mean, defective, bad, not well done or said, inferior, mediocre, below expectations, not up to the mark or standard; to grow less, deteriorate, be bad. Nagmínus ang pinatubás ko nga humáy sa karón nga túig. This year I had a poor crop of rice. (see kulabús, kabús, maláin, kúlang).


kabusísì

Hiligaynon

Curiousness, curiosity, inquisitiveness. (busísì).


kabusúg

Hiligaynon

Fulness, repletion, satiety, condition of one who has eaten or drunk enough. (busúg). Also: cramps in the stomach, acute stomach-ache; indigestion, dyspepsia.


kabúsug

Hiligaynon

A smarting pain. Kabúsug sang kinádtan sang iwííwi! Oh, the pain of the scorpion's sting!


búsdik

Hiligaynon

To split, burst open, applied to crammed sacks, stuffed pockets, too tight clothes, etc. Nabúsdik ang sáko. The sack burst open. Abáw, kabusúg ang ákon, daw sa mabúsdik ang tiyán ko. Why, I am so full, that my stomach feels like bursting. Sa lakás nga paghingamó mabúsdik ang sáko. Through too much greed the sack will burst open, i.e. too much greed leads to misery and poverty.


búsug

Hiligaynon

Very smarting, agonizing, excruciating, painful. Ang kagát sang iwí-íwi támà kabúsug, kag ang kinádtan magabusúg gid. The sting of the scorpion is very painful and the place bitten by it gives great anguish.


hugák

Hiligaynon

Loosely tied, loose, slack, not tight; relaxed; to tie loosely. Hugák iní; húgtà sing maáyo. This is loosely tied; tighten it. Hugakí ang balíghot, wáklos, etc. Tie the knot, the belt, etc. loosely. Loosen the knot, the belt, etc. Hinugakán níya ang íya wáklos, kay lakás kabusúg sa íya. He loosened his belt, for he had eaten too much. (see tugák id.).


láaw

Hiligaynon

(B) To watch, observe, mark, keep an eye on, look out of a window, or the like. Nagláaw silá sa íya túbtub nga nagkábus ang íya likód. They watched him till his back disappeared (in the distance). Laáwa siá sa bintánà. Keep an eye on him from the window. (see lántaw, gáwa, bántay).