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búskad

Hiligaynon

(H) To open out, spread, expand, extend, unfold. Ibúskad or buskará ang pányo. Open the handkerchief. Ginbúskad ko ang panápton, kay nabasâ. I spread out the clothes, for they had become wet. Nagabúskad ang búlak. The flower opens. (see búkad, bukád, bukâ).



búsung

Hiligaynon

(B) Stomach, abdomen; uterus, womb; to be pregnant, be with child. Nagabúsung siá. She is pregnant, is with child. Masakít ang búsung ko. I have stomach-ache. (see tián, tiyán, solóksolók).


búswang

Hiligaynon

To break or burst and discharge, said of swellings and ulcers. Nagbúswang na ang banóg ko. My ulcer has burst and discharged its matter. Butangí sing bulúng ang ákon púgsa agúd magabúswang sa madalì Put some medicine on the ulcer on my back to make it break soon. Ginpabúswang níla ang púgsa. They forced the ulcer on the back to break and discharge, they made the ulcer burst.


butúd

Hiligaynon

(H) Swollen, inflated, bloated, distended; to be or become bloated, distended, suffer from wind or flatulence. Nagabutúd ang búsung ko. My stomach is full of wind. I am suffering from flatulence. (see búntud).


bútwas

Hiligaynon

To raise-, bring up-, to the surface; to rise to the surface. Butwasá ang taón nga gintágub ko kahápon. Take out of the water the small fish-trap I put there yesterday. (see bútwà).


buút

Hiligaynon

Will, intention, mind, reason, understanding, intelligence; to will, want, desire, wish, intend, direct, do as one pleases, set one's heart upon. Anó ang buút mo? What is your will, intention? What do you want? Iníng bátà walâ pa sing buút. This child has not yet come to the use of reason. Maáyo siá sing buút. He has good intentions, has a kind heart. Ang buút ko nga magmaáyo ang ákon anák. It is my wish that my child should become good. Ginabút-an níya ang tanán nga kadapátan sa sulúd sang baláy. Everything in the house is subject to his will or direction. Bút-a na lang siá. Now, just accept him (as your bridegroom). Ginbút-an níya ang pagpuní sang simbáhan. He directed-, looked after-, superintended-, the decorating of the church. Nagágaw siá sang ákon dútà, kay ginbuút níya. He took possession of my land, because he had set his heart on it. Bátok inâ sa ákon buút. That is (was) against my wishes (see kabubút-on).


búut

Hiligaynon

To quicken-, hasten-, the ripening of fruit by wrapping it up in leaves or the like and putting it in a sheltered place. Buúta ang ságing. Quicken the ripening of the bananas by the búut-method. Ibúut akó ánay sing mga páhò. Kindly ripen some mangoes for me by the búut-method. Iníng tabungós amó ang pagabuútan ko sing mga páhò. I shall use this basket for quickening the ripening of mangoes.


dáan

Hiligaynon

Old, ancient, antiquated, used, worn, out of date or fashion, behind the times, primitive, archaic. Dáan na iníng baláy. This is an old house. Ginhámbal ko iní sa ímo nga dáan. I told you this before or long ago. Mga dáan na kitá sa kalibútan. We are a long time in the world, are getting old. Ang Dáan nga Katípan. The Old Law or Testament. Sa walâ pa nga dáan --. Beforehand, before it happened or came about --. Walâ silá magpahibaló sinâ sa ákon nga dáan, kóndì karón lang. They did not tell me that before, but only now. Sang dáan nga mga tinúig dáan man ang mga batásan. In ancient time there were also ancient customs. Ang dáan ko nga panápton. My old or worn out clothes. (see dumáan, mál-am, tigúlang, sádto, ánay, kinarágto, sinádto, minál-am).


daíl

Hiligaynon

(B) To train, discipline; form, ground, habituate, familiarize with, prepare, coach; qualify. Dailá siá. Train him. Gindaíl ko siá gid sa pagpangúma. I prepared him well for the work of a farmer. Idaíl akó ánay siníng bátà sa pagpangabúdlay. Please do me the favour of making this boy used to work. (see hánas, ánad).


dákot

Hiligaynon

To stick, adhere to (as mud, plaster, glue or the like). Nagdákot sa tángon ko ang kalamayháti. The kalamayháti stuck to the roof of my mouth. Padakóta ang sílyo sa sóbre. Stick the stamp on the envelope. Ginpadakótan ni Fuláno ang ákon delárgo sing lalaó. N. N. daubed my trousers with mud. Ipadákot iníng papél sa puertáhan. Paste this paper on the door. (see pilít, dokót).


dakû

Hiligaynon

(H) Large, great, big, important, vast, massive, ample, voluminous, huge, bulky; to be or become large, etc. Dakû nga táo. A great man. Dakû nga butáng. An important thing. Nagdakû na ang bátà. The child has grown big. Dakuá ang ákon báhin sang tinápay. Increase my share of the bread. Gindakû níla ang baláy nga sádto ánay diótay. They enlarged the house that formerly was so small. Padakuí akó sing isá ka bílog nga báboy, kay kon dakû na pagabáklon ko sa ímo. Raise a pig for me, for when it is of a good size, I will buy it from you. Ang láswa amó ang íya nadák-an (nadakuán). He was reared or brought up on vegetables. (see hánggud, dalágkù).


dalá

Hiligaynon

(H) Anything carried, brought, taken, conveyed or transported; to carry, transmit, bring-, take-, along, bear, convey, transfer, transport, cart, ship; support; to influence, gain over to one's side, persuade. Anó ang ginadalá mo? What are you carrying,-bringing,-taking along? Diín mo iná (dál-on) dálhon? Where are you taking that to? Dálhi akó sing isá ka báso nga túbig. Bring me a glass of water. Padálhi akó sing isá ka páres nga sapátos. Send me a pair of boots. Ipadalá sa íya iní. Send him this. Pinadalá níya iní sa ákon. He sent me this. Anó ang dalá mo? What is it you are bringing (taking) with you? Daw sa índì mo siá madalá. You will scarcely be able to move, influence or persuade him. Pinadálhan níya akó sing sulát gíkan sa Manílà. He sent me a letter from Manila. Nagabút na dalá sang sakayán ang káhoy nga binakál ko. The wood I bought has now arrived by boat. Dinalá níya ang ákon kálò. He brought my hat. Makadalá ka siní? Can you carry or transport this? Nagabáton na siá sing binúlan nga duhá ka púlò ka mángmang dalá ang pagkáon. He is receiving now twenty pesos a month and his board. (dará id.).


daláwat

Hiligaynon

(H) To buy cereals, especially rice or corn. Dalawáta ang bugás ko. Buy my hulled rice. Dalawáti akó sing isá ka gántang nga bugás. Buy me a ganta of hulled rice. Indì ka makadaláwat dirí sing humáy, kay walâ sing makapadaláwat. You cannot buy rice here, because nobody can sell it. Idaláwat akó ánay sing tátlo ka gántang nga maís. Please buy for me three gantas of corn. Iníng písos idaláwat mo sing maís. This peso is for buying corn. This peso is to buy corn with. Walâ akó sing ikadaláwat. I have no means to buy rice (corn, etc.) with. Padalawáta akó sang ímo humáy. Sell me your rice.


dálhit

Hiligaynon

Fear, apprehension, dread, misgiving, trepidation, funk; to be fearful, to dread, fear, frighten, fill with apprehension. May dálhit siá or ginadalhitán siá. He is full of dread. He is filled with apprehension. Nagadálhit ang ginháwa ko. I am afraid. Anó ang nagapadálhit sa ímo. What makes you afraid? What is frightening you? Padalhitá siá. Make him afraid. Intimidate-, scare-, alarm-, him. Ipadálhit mo sa íya inâ. Make use of that-to put fear into him,-to dismay-, terrify-, him. (see hádluk).


dapál

Hiligaynon

A handful; to eat by handfuls; to slap with the open hand or palm. Idapál lang ang kán-on. Just eat the rice by handfuls. Ihátag mo sa íya ang isá ka dapál nga kán-on. Give him a handful of rice. Hípus ka; kay kon dílì dapalán ko ang bábà mo. Be silent or I will slap you on the mouth.


dápî

Hiligaynon

To hang on to, hold on to, keep near, take hold of one's arm. Gindápì ko gid siá. I kept near him, hung on to him, held fast to his arm. (see úyat, bútkon).


dapóg

Hiligaynon

(B) Smell, odour, scent, emanation, exhalation, fume, redolence; to give out or emit an odour, to smell, be redolent, etc. Iníng bíno may dapóg nga gas. This wine smells of petroleum. Iníng bíno tínto nagadapóg sing tandúay. This red table-wine has a smell of tandúay. Ang dapóg siníng mga bátà dáw kánding. These children smell like goats. Nakadapóg akó sang pagsánlag sang kapé. I smelled the roasting of coffee. Nadápgan ko ang áhos nga ímo kináon. I smelt the garlic you had eaten. (see báhò, panimáhò, sínghot, panínghot).


dasók

Hiligaynon

To cram, ram, wad, stuff, fill, pack, press-, squeeze-, in. Dasoká ang sulúd sang maléta. Pack the contents of the suitcase tight. Dáski (for dasokí) ang ulúnan ko sing dúldul, kay buút akó sang matígdas. Stuff the pillow tight with cotton, for I like a hard one.


dáta

Hiligaynon

(Sp. data) Expense, expenditure, outlay, out-go, disbursement; to expend, spend, pay out. Idáta ko lang iníng isá ka búlig nga ságing sa ákon útang sa ímo. I will give you this bunch of bananas as part payment of my debt to you.


daúg

Hiligaynon

To overcome, win, be victorious, be superior, master, defeat, lick, conquer, vanquish, put down, overthrow, outdo, rout, gain the ascendancy or mastery of, get the best of, get the upper hand, get over difficulties; gain, winnings; conquered, vanquished, etc. Sín-o ang nagdaúg? Who won? Who came out victorious? Dág-on ko ikáw sa trabáho. I can beat you at work. Gindaúg níya akó. He overcame me. He defeated me. Dág-a siá sa pagsulát. Prove yourself his better at writing. Ang pagbása sang ininglés amó ang pagdaúg ni Pédro sa kay Hosé sang silá ang nagpadag-ánay (sang íla pagpadag-ánay). In English reading Pédro showed himself superior to José, when the two of them were competing. Makapilá nagdaúg siá? How often did he win? Pilá ang daúg mo? How much did you win or gain? Sín-o sa íla nga duhá ang daúg? Which of the two lost or was beaten?


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