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kadalagkuán

Hiligaynon

(H) Greatness; great folks, prominent people, the great and wealthy. (dalágkù; see kadakuán).



alíhid

Hiligaynon

Side, edge, border; to pass along the side of, to go in a parallel line along the border of, to take a side-track. Magalíhid lang kamó sa pángpang. Just pick your way along the bank. Kon madámù ang lúnang sa dálan saráng kamó makaalíhid sa isá ka bánas. If there should be much mud on the road, you can take the footpath at the side of it. Metaphorically: Nagapangalíhid siá sa mga kadalagkuán. He avoids contact with high-class folks, holds aloof from them, keeps his distance in their presence.


gákud

Hiligaynon

The base of a tree, the trunk or stem of a tree near the ground, where the roots branch off; the great, mighty, influential, rich people of a place. Sín-o ang mga gákud siníng bánwa? Who are the most influential men in this town? (see kadalagkuán, kadaragkulán).


gúng-an

Hiligaynon

Prominent, well known; expert, an old hand, well practiced, experienced, etc. Gúng-an nga pánday, manuglúto, manunúon, etc. An expert carpenter, cook, teacher, etc. (see amád, batíd, gákud, kadalagkuán, lutáw, bántug).


kadaragkulán

Hiligaynon

(B) See kadalagkuán.


kagagmayán

Hiligaynon

(H) The little (as opposed to the great), the lower classes of people, the poor or uninfluential members of a community; the least or smallest (of a kind). (see gágmay, kadalagkuán-the great, rich or prominent people).