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kaláhà

Hiligaynon

(H) Pan, frying pan.



kaláhà

Hiligaynon

(H) Black spots on the skin.


álom

Hiligaynon

(H) A mole, a small, black (or even white) spot or pimple, never larger than a wart. It is indelible, being a birthmark. Larger protuberances, even if accidentally acquired, are called "bokól" and more extensive moles of various discolorations are known as "kaláhà, karáhà". (see álong, árong id.).


bágtik

Hiligaynon

To harden and get brittle, as dry mud and the like. Nagbágtik ang lúnang. The mud has hardened. Nabagtikán sía sing lúnang sa íya mga panápton. Some mud got dry and hard on his clothes. Nagbágtik ang kalámay sa kaláhà. The sugar in the pan is overdone i.e. has dried and hardened to the point of emitting a smell of scorching or burning.


bahít

Hiligaynon

(B) To remove from the fire, etc. See bák-it. Bahitá ang kaláhà. Take the pan off the fire. Bahití siá sing isá ka kaláhà. Take one pan off the fire for him. Ibahít akó ánay sang kólon nga may tinóla. Kindly remove (for me) from the fire the pot containing the side-dish.


bulíng

Hiligaynon

(H) Stain, dirt, smudge; to stain, smudge, soil, dirty, mess, begrime, sully. Nabulingán siá sang bulíng sang kaláhà. He was smudged with soot from the pan. Indì mo pagibulíng ináng bíro sa nawóng sang bátà. Don't blacken the face of the baby with that lampblack. (see músing, hígkò, dágtà, buríng).


kalwágan

Hiligaynon

Pan, frying pan. (see kaláhà, karuágan, karwágan).


kapút

Hiligaynon

To grip, grasp, seize, clasp, grab, get-, lay-, catch-, take-, hold of. Kápti iní. Take hold of this-or-Grasp it. Kináptan níya akó sa kamót. He took me by the hand. Ginkáptan níya ang tulún-an kag ginlámba sa salúg. He seized the book and threw it on the floor. Buót silá magkapút sang uluyatán sang kaláhà. They like to hold the handle of the pan (i.e. wish to have power, influence and especially a large share in the division of the spoils). (see kápyot).


karáhà

Hiligaynon

(B) See kaláhà-pan, etc. (see karuágan).


kaseróla

Hiligaynon

(Sp. caserola) Pan, saucepan. (see kaláhà, kalwágan).


lápiad

Hiligaynon

Shallow, not deep (of plates, baskets, etc.); to be or become shallow, etc. Hatági akó sing pínggan nga lápiad. Give me a shallow plate (a dinner plate). Naglápiad iníng kalálaw. This rice-sifter has become shallow. Nalapiadán (-arán) akó siníng kaláhà, laháng, etc. This pan, earthen plate, etc. is too shallow for me. (see lápad, lapádlápad, nábaw).


pangaláhà

Hiligaynon

To cook, hold the pan, have "an iron in the fire", have "an axe to grind", have something to gain. (see kaláhà).


sagábay, sagabáy

Hiligaynon

To touch, rub against, come in contact with. Indì ka magsagábay sang kaláhà-or-índì mo pagsagabáyon ang kaláhà, kay mamusíngan ka. Don't touch or rub against the pan, or you will get dirty. (see sábding, sápding, salapáy id.).


kalahadlukán

Hiligaynon

(H) Things that excite fear or terror; fearsome, fearful, terrible, awful, horrible, dreadful, frightful, alarming, appalling. (see hádluk, kahadlukán).


kaláham

Hiligaynon

To touch, feel. (see káham, láham, ipangaláham).


kalaham-után

Hiligaynon

(H) Merriment, pleasure, pleasantry, fun, mirth, drollery, buffoonery, things that excite laughter and merriment. (see hám-u, kahám-ut, kaham-útan, kaham-utánan, makahalám-ut).


kalaham-utánan

Hiligaynon

(H) See kalaham-után.


kalahangáw-an

Hiligaynon

(H) Fear, apprehension, etc. See kahalangáw-an, kahangaláw-an, kahangáwà.


kalahanusboán

Hiligaynon

(H) Grief, sorrow, pity, commiseration, sympathy; things that excite pity or compassion, pitiable, woeful, lamentable, sad, distressful, deplorable, pathetic, touching, affecting. (see subô, hanúsbò).


hám-ut

Hiligaynon

(H) To excite laughter, make fun, be or make hilarious, entertain pleasurably. Nahám-ut kamí sang íya sugilánon. We laughed heartily at what he said. We listened with pleasure to his story. (see makahalám-ut, kalaham-után).


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