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kamag-ohán

Hiligaynon

See kamág-o. Also: Things that have only lately been introduced, new fashions and styles and the like. (see kalamág-ohán id.).



bag-óhan

Hiligaynon

New, novel, fresh, inexperienced, green, green-horn; modern, new-fangled. (see bág-o).


bag-ohánon

Hiligaynon

See bag-óhan. Also: A person of modern times; a modernist.


kabág-o

Hiligaynon

Newness, novelty, etc. See kabag-óhan.


New things, novelty, modernity, new-fangledness, latest fashions. (see bág-o).


kabag-ohón

Hiligaynon

See kabág-o, kabag-óhan.


kalamag-ohán

Hiligaynon

(H) Novelty, modernity, novel or new-fangled things. (see bág-o, kamág-o, kamag-ohán).


kamág-an

Hiligaynon

Lightness, levity, airiness, state of being easy to lift or carry. (mág-an; see kabúg-at-heaviness.)


kamag-anón

Hiligaynon

See kamág-an.


kamág-o

Hiligaynon

Novelty, newness, freshness, something new or strange noticed or experienced for the first time. Kamág-o iní sa ákon. This is new to me. (I have never seen or experienced it before). Nagmasakít siá sang íya pagabút sa Mindanáw tungúd sang kamág-o. He became sick when he arrived in Mindanao, because he was not accustomed to conditions there. (see bág-o).


lamháron

Hiligaynon

Immature, inexperienced, greenhorn, young. (see bag-óhan, lágbus, payaón, lanúbò, bataón).


lán-o

Hiligaynon

(B) Stale, vapid, spoilt; rotten, smelling bad, nauseating (of fruits, foodstuffs, water, etc.); to be or become stale, etc. Naglán-o ang túbig sa palanggána, kay pilá na ka ádlaw kag walâ mo pagilísi. The water in the wash-basin has become foul, for you have not changed it for some days. Nalan-ohán akó siníng búyò, lubí, tabákò, pagkáon, etc. These búyò-leaves, coconuts, this tobacco, food, etc. seem bad to me. Ang túbig sa sulúd sang botílya nga ginabutangán sing búlak magalán-o sa dílì madúgay. The water in the bottle in which you put some flowers will before long smell bad.


ngír-o

Hiligaynon

(B) To compassionate, pity, condole with, sympathize with, have mercy, or take pity, on (upon). Mangír-o kaw kaná, kay ngirir-óhan. (Malóoy ka sa íya, kay makalolóoy). Have pity on him, for he is worthy of pity. (see lóoy).


ngirir-óhan

Hiligaynon

(B) Miserable, wretched, piteous, pitiful, an object of pity or compassion. (see ngír-o, makalolóoy, kalalóy-an).


présko

Hiligaynon

(Sp. fresco) Fresh, cool; greenhorn, fool, inexperienced, unsophisticated. (see matúgnaw, mabúgnaw, payaón, bataón, bag-óhan, dílì, maálam, halasoón).


tirón

Hiligaynon

(Sp. tirón) Tyro, beginner, novice, apprentice; student, greenhorn. (see bag-óhan, tulún-an).