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kalibáynan

Hiligaynon

(B) The youngest (a younger) brother or sister; the last or youngest child of a family. Si Pédro amó ang íya anák nga kalibáynan. Peter is her youngest child. (see libáyon, kamanghóran, mánghud).



húngit

Hiligaynon

To feed by hand or spoon (children, sick persons, etc.). Ihúngit sa masakít nga bátà iníng linúgaw. Feed the sick child with this rice porridge. Hungíti ang bátà sing kán-on. Give the child some rice-or-Put some rice into the child's mouth. Si nánay nagahúngit sing kán-on sa ámon kalibáynan. Mother is giving rice to our youngest brother.


kamasóswon

Hiligaynon

(B) The last child in a family, the baby of a family; youngest brother or sister. (see kalibáynan, libáyon).


libáyon

Hiligaynon

(B) The youngest brother or sister; a younger brother or sister. Libáyon ko siá. He is my youngest or younger brother. (see kalibáynan, mánghud, kamanghúran).


mánghud

Hiligaynon

A younger brother or sister; not of age, minor; not ripe, unripe, immature, green (of fruits). (see libáyon, kalibáynan, línghod).