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kanámit

Hiligaynon

Tastiness, toothsomeness, savouriness. (see námit).



Hiligaynon

(B) An exclamation of (mostly joyful) surprise. Gi, tulúka iní. I say, look at this. Gi, kanámit siní. Why, this tastes fine. Ari na dirî si tátay, gí! Father is here, hurrah! (see kananáks, aráw, ihím). Interrogative: Really? Indeed? Nagkádto ka dídto, gí? Did you go there, indeed? Húo, nagkádto akó dídto.-Gi, gi? Yes, I went there.-You don't say so? Really? (see galî).


kanamitón

Hiligaynon

See kanámit id.


lágit

Hiligaynon

To enter deep, sink deep, penetrate, permeate, pierce. Naglágit sa ákon tagiposóon ang íya nga láygay. His sermon sank deep into my heart. Nalagítan ang ákon dúghan siníng matám-is nga kalantáhon. This sweet song went to my heart. Ang kanámit siníng mga kalan-ónon nagalágit sa ákon kaugatán. The deliciousness of this pastry penetrates my whole frame. (see salópsop, salúgsug, látum, tudúk, húgum, húpug, kágit, lúgit, dulút).


lalím

Hiligaynon

Taste, savour, flavour, tang; ingredient, element; to taste, savour. Nakalalím akó sang kanámit sang úbas. I tasted some delicious grapes. Ipalalím ko sa íya iníng bibíngka. I shall let him taste this bibinca (a kind of rice-cake). Walâ siá sing lalím. He is an insipid, annoying, disagreeable fellow. Ang amó nga mga lalím sang áton pagkáon nagapabákud sang láwas. Those elements in our food give strength to the body. (see dímdim, sámsam, sagámsam, idilímdim, panákot).


sabór

Hiligaynon

(Sp. sabor) Taste. (see idilímdim). Tastiness, savouriness, toothsomeness. (see kanámit, kaáyo, kadálig, karabó, lalím, kalalím).