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alipalók

Hiligaynon

(H) To emit or send off sparks, to spark, sparkle. Ang kaláyo nagaalipalók. The fire is giving off sparks. Dî mo pagalipalokón (pagpaalipalokón) ang kaláyo. Do not cause the fire to send up sparks. Indì mo pagabrihán ang puérta nga malapít sa dapóg, kay nagaalipalók ang kaláyo. Do not open the door near the fire-place, for the fire is throwing off sparks. Ang mga atóp nga kógon madalî masúnug kon alipalokán sang kaláyo. Thatches of kogon-grass will soon burn, if a spark of fire alights on them.



alipasá

Hiligaynon

To haste, hasten, hurry, bustle, be in a hurry, make haste. Nagaalipasá silá sa pagpaúlì, kay básì maulanán. They are in a hurry to go home, for they may be caught in the rain. Anó gid ang ginaalipasá mo? Why are you in such a hurry? Paalipasahón mo siá sa pagpakarí. Urge him to come here quickly. (see dalî, kalít, dásig).


alipúngot

Hiligaynon

Rage, fury, wrath, passion, great resentment, frenzy of anger or revenge, exasperation; to be wild with rage or resentment, to fly into a-rage,-passion, etc. May alipúngot siá or nagaalipúngot siá tungud nga ginbutangbutángan siá sang mga táo. He is wild with rage at having been slandered by the people. Ginaalipúngtan níya ang paglibák sa íya. He very much resents detraction. Ginalipúngtan níya ang mga naglibák sa íya. He felt great resentment against his detractors. Ginsúmbag ko siá kay inalipúngot akó. I struck him because my blood was boiling.


alísto

Hiligaynon

(Sp. alistar) Ready, prepared, fit for, equipped; to prepare, get ready. Alisto na kamí sa paglakát. We are now ready to march. Kon alísto na kamó nga tanán, malakát na kitá. If you are all ready, we will go now. Alistohá ang mga dalál-on (dalálhon). Get ready the things to be taken along or to be brought along. Alistohí kamí sing balónon. Make ready for us some provisions for the journey. Ialísto ko pa ang ákon maléta, kay dálhon ko sa buás. I am going to get my hand-bag ready, for I'll take it along tomorrow. (see hímos, híkot, híwat, áman).


alkilá

Hiligaynon

(H) (Sp. alquilar) Rent, payment for the lease of a house or shop and the like; to take on lease, to rent, lease. Pilá ang alkilá sang baláy mo? What is the rent for your house? Alkilahán mo lang iníng baláy sing tagnapúlo ka mángmang ang búlan. Simply rent this house for ten pesos a month. Ipaalkilá ko iníng baláy. I will let this house on lease. Paalkilahá akó sang ímo baláy. Let me have your house on lease. Indì akó magalkilá siníng hulút, kay lakás kamahál. I won't take this room on lease, because it is too dear. (see hinákay).


alób-ob

Hiligaynon

To dip in, to fill by dipping. Ialób-ob lang ang bayóng sa subâ. Just dip the bayóng into the river and fill it. Alob-obí ang agwadahán sing túbig. Fill the bucket with water by dipping. Ipaalób-ob ang bayóng sa kay Pédro. Let Peter dip the bayóng into the water and fill it. (see ság-ub, agwáda).


alogás-gas

Hiligaynon

Full, complete (of payment); well done, thorough, perfect, faultless (of work); full, of the best, of a high order (of crops, etc.); to be or perform well, to become or make blameless, etc. Ang humáy nga pinatubás ko sang isá ka túig alogás-gas gid, ápang ang pinatubás ko sa karón nga túig támà kaupahón. The rice I harvested last year was splendid, but the one I harvested this year is full of blighted ears. Abáw alogás-gas gid ang ginbáyad ko sang ginbalígyà mo sa ákon kag karón ang ákon ibalígyà angkatón mo lang! Just think of it, I paid you cash in full for what you sold me and now you would like to get on mere credit what I have to sell to you! Maáyo gánì kon siá ang magapatíndog sang baláy, kay alogás-gas siá sing pangóbra. It is well, indeed, if he builds the house, for he is thorough in his work. Kon alogas-gasón ang ínyo trabáho, alogas-gasón ko man ang igasóhol ko sa ínyo. If you perform your work well, I, on my part, will pay you a generous wage. Ginalogas-gasán ko siá sa pagbáyad. I paid him cash in full.


alugáynay

Hiligaynon

Slow, gentle, soft, mild, not quick, not impetuous, not impulsive; chronic, not acute (of disease); to be or become slow, gentle, mild. Ang mga balatían nga alugáynay. Chronic diseases. Nahúlug siá sa bintánà, ápang walâ siá masamári, kay nagalugáynay ang pagtupâ níya sa dútà nga mahómok. He fell out of the window, but was not hurt, for his fall was soft on the loose earth. Alugáynay gid lámang ang íya nga pagpangítà sing kabuhián. He earns his livelihood with difficulty. His earnings are coming in but slowly. (see ananáy, inanáy, hínay, nagáynay).


alungáy

Hiligaynon

An insistent request, solicitation, petition; to importune, to ask earnestly, to solicit, petition, request. Alungayá inâ sa kay nánay. Ask mother for it. Alungayá sa kay nánay mo ang súbong sinâ nga hampangánan. Ask your mother for a plaything like that. Ialungáy mo akó sa kay tátay nga tugútan níya akó sa pagkádto sa Ilóngílong. Please ask father for me to let me go to Iloilo. Inalungayán níla akó siníng mga páhò. They kept asking me for some of these mangoes. Ginalungayán níya si tátay túbtub nga nakadángat siá sang íya ginahándum. He begged hard of father till he obtained his wish. (see ahâ, pangáyò).


álwag

Hiligaynon

Width, wideness, breadth, broadness, spaciousness; to be or become spacious, wide, large, extensive, broad. Nagálwag na iníng sála, kay ginísol níla ang díngding. This reception room has become large, for they have set back the partition-wall. (see áblang, lápad, álway, hanáhay, áwhag).


amád

Hiligaynon

Lazy, indolent, slothful; to be or become lazy, indolent, slothful, slack. Ang amád nga táo amó ang isá ka táo nga may katámad. A lazy man is one who has the vice of sloth. Indì ka magamád. Dont get lazy. Walâ siá makapasár sa íya grádo, kay nagamád siá sa pagtoón. He could not pass his grade, because he was too lazy to study. Naamadán siá sa pagsímba. He is (was) too lazy to go to church. (see támad, ágol, agohós, ligóy, pasalipótpot).


amán

Hiligaynon

(B) For "a, man". Dílî ka magpáti sa íya, kay amán butigón siá. Don't believe him, for he is certainly a liar.


ámbas

Hiligaynon

To cost much, be expensive, costly, cause greater outlay as compared with something else. Maámbas ang áni sang sa gálab. Harvesting rice with the small rice-cutter called kayóg is more expensive than harvesting with the sickle. Sa súbung siní nga trabáho maámbas ang sóhol nga inádlaw sang sa pákiaw. For such work daily wages are more costly than a contract for the whole. Nagámbas ang gásto námon tungúd sang ápat ka bátà námon nga dídto sa koléhyo. Our expenses were greater on account of our four children at college. Naambasán silá sang gásto sa karón nga túig, kay naginilísílis lang silá sang minasakít. They had larger outlay this year, for they fell sick one after another. Iníng kláse sang paglútò maámbas. This kind of cooking is expensive. (see hákug).


ámbong

Hiligaynon

Loveliness, prettiness, attractiveness; self-respect, tact, modesty; to be or become nice, pretty, lovely, self-respecting, tactful, modest, etc. Magámbong ka sa ímo kagawián. Try to be modest in your behaviour. Be tactful in your manners. Ginámbong níya gid ang íya pamísti (pagnaúg). She was very properly dressed, took care to have her clothes neatly arranged. Ambongá ang ímo paglakát. Be modest or well-mannered in your way of walking. Si Pedro naambongán sa kay Pulána, ápang si Hosé walâ maambongí sa íya. Peter was well impressed by the bearing of Miss N. N., but Joseph was not well impressed by her manner. Nagámbong na iníng bátà. This child has grown quite pretty. (see ányag, gayón, tahúm, mahî, úgdang, lígdong).


ambót sa ímo

Hiligaynon

(íya, íla, kay Fuláno, etc.). I leave it all to you (him, them, N.N., etc.). Do what you like. You ought to know. It rests with you. You should know your own mind. I leave it to your (his, their, N.N.'s) judgment. (see sumálà, sa, ímo).


ambót sa ímo

Hiligaynon

(íya, íla, kay Fuláno, etc.). I leave it all to you (him, them, N.N., etc.). Do what you like. You ought to know. It rests with you. You should know your own mind. I leave it to your (his, their, N.N.'s) judgment. (see sumálà, sa, ímo).


ambót sa ímo

Hiligaynon

(íya, íla, kay Fuláno, etc.). I leave it all to you (him, them, N.N., etc.). Do what you like. You ought to know. It rests with you. You should know your own mind. I leave it to your (his, their, N.N.'s) judgment. (see sumálà, sa, ímo).


ambót sa ímo

Hiligaynon

(íya, íla, kay Fuláno, etc.). I leave it all to you (him, them, N.N., etc.). Do what you like. You ought to know. It rests with you. You should know your own mind. I leave it to your (his, their, N.N.'s) judgment. (see sumálà, sa, ímo).


amíg

Hiligaynon

Chum, pal, friend, shortened from amígo and used very familiarly and often also ironically or sarcastically. Si amíg ko Ipíng. My friend Philip. Ihátag mo iní sa kay amíg Tibóy. Give this to our friend Toribio. Nahisáyran na ni amíg Lúis nga-. Our good friend Luis (our opponent or adversary) is most likely aware of the fact that-(see atíd, akíd, idól, ábyan, amígo).


ámò

Hiligaynon

(B) To be-, get-, procure-, share in-, the same kind of a thing. Amóon ko iníng mga ságing, kay úyon ko. I will get the same bananas, for I like them. I will get a share of these bananas, for I like them. Amói akó siníng mga sáhà. Let me have some of these banana suckers. Ipaámò ko sa ímo ang isá ka pásong siníng bínhì. I'll let you have a bushel of this seed-grain. Paamói or paamóa akó sináng mga páhò. Get me some of those mangoes (through somebody else).


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