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kimóno

Hiligaynon

(Sp. quimón) Kimono, Japanese garment for both sexes resembling a lady's dressing gown; a short-sleeved, buttonless woman's upper dress with just a hole for putting the head through and reaching down to the waist, as often worn by Philippine women.



korpínyo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. corpiño) Shirtwaist, short shirt or waist as worn by women. (see kimóno).


luáy, lu-áy

Hiligaynon

Awry, bent, inclined to one side; to be awry, etc. Nagaluáy ang íya báyò, kamisón, etc. Her upper garment, her shirt, etc. is all awry or hanging down on one side (exposing part of the shoulder). Indì mo pagpaluayón ang kimóno mo. Don't wear your waist awry or twisted to one side (thereby displaying too much of the skin on one side of the neck).


súklì

Hiligaynon

To change, exchange, take and give an equivalent, return in kind. Kuháon ko lang iníng ímo kimóno, kay suklián ko lang ikáw sing isá nga bág-o man kon magkádto akó sa Ilóngílong. I'll take this kimono of yours and buy a new one for you, when I go to Iloilo. (see báylo, ílis, báyad).