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dáwat

Hiligaynon

To accept or receive something from the hand of another. Dawáta iní, kay ginadóhol ko sa ímo. Accept this, for I am offering it to you. Take this, as I am holding it out to you. (N. B. dáwat has often also the meaning of receiving something unpleasant or injurious, to get it, catch it. Nakadáwat siá sang sílot, balatían, kárà, etc. He was punished, contracted a disease, got a scolding, etc.). (see dáwhat, dawô).



dáyaw

Hiligaynon

To praise, exalt, extol, esteem, appreciate, magnify, glorify, make much of, speak well of, honour, admire, laud, think or speak highly of. Dayáwon ang Diós. Praised be God. Blessed be God. Ginadáyaw níla ang bág-o nga simbáhan. They are full of praise for the new church. Dayáwa siá, kay dalayáwon. Honour him, for he is worthy of honour. Gindáyaw ko siá, kay nakasáyod akó nga dalayawón siá, kag iniháwan akó níya sing manók kag ginpainúm sing tubâ. I flattered him, because I knew that flattery goes down with him, and he killed a chicken for me and gave me some toddy to drink. Idáyaw sa íya ang íya bág-o nga baláy, ang íya kaálam, etc. Speak well of his new house, of his learning, etc. Gindáyaw níla siá tungúd sang madámù níya nga pagkasampáton. They exalted him on account of his many accomplishments. (see padungúg).


digámo

Hiligaynon

To arrange, prepare, get ready, set to rights or in order, especially applied to all work in a kitchen. Digamóha ang mga pínggan. Arrange the plates. Put the plates in their proper place. Digamóhi akó sing panyága. Get some dinner ready for me. Idigámo akó sang sángkap sa digamohán. Please tidy up the kitchen utensils for me. Ipadigámo sa kay Hosé ang mga pagkáon. Let Joe look after the food. Sín-o ang nagdigámo sang ákon pányo nga nalipatán ko dirâ sa ibábaw sang lamésa? Who took away (and kept for me) the handkerchief I forgot there on the table? (see lútò, ráhà, hímos).


dihót

Hiligaynon

To run eagerly after, covet, desire, seek or try to obtain, hanker after. Ang kwárta ko lang amó ang ginadihót mo. You are only after my money. Dihotá ang pílak sang maéstro, kay kaína nakabáton siá sang íya binúlan. Try to get some money from the teacher, because a short while ago he drew his monthly salary. Indì mo pagdihotón sing lakás ang mga kalingáwlingáwan. Don't go in too much for pleasure. (see lagás).


diín

Hiligaynon

Where? There, where --. Which of --? Diín ka makádto? Where are you going,-going to? Diín ka magkádto? Where did you go to? Where have you been? Diín ang baláy mo? Where is your home? Sa bisán diín. Anywhere, in any place. Bákli akó sing limá ka abáno sa bisán diín nga ginabaligyaán. Buy me five cigars at any shop. Kon sa diín ang kalámay magatilípon ang mga subáy. Where there is sugar, ants will gather. Sa mánggad kag dungúg, diín ang ímo anóhon? Between wealth and honour, what will you choose? Diín na ang ákon kálò? Where is my hat? Diín na (dín-a) siá? Where is he now? Ang panimaláy nga sa diín nagahárì ang paghidáit --. The household or family in which (where) peace reigns --. Diín siníng duhá ka balítà ang matúod? Which of the two reports is true? Diín siníng duhá ka butáng ang dápat ko pagpasulabíhon? Which of these two things should I prefer?


dimát

Hiligaynon

To attract, draw, induce, win, win over, propitiate, conciliate, gain over, attach to, entice, allure, charm, fascinate, captivate, cause a liking for, coax, wheedle, cajole, Nadimát na siá sang káon sang tinápay. He has now a liking for eating bread. He has taken to eating bread. Ginpadimát níya ang idô ni Fuláno sa pagkarí dirí. He enticed N.N.'s dog to come here. Iníng bungálon ipadimát ko sa karabáw nga bág-o pa lang nákon mabakál. I am going to win the attachment of the buffalo I bought lately with this green fodder. Padimatá gid ang kuríng, agúd índì na magbálik sa íya nga ginhalinán. Make it worth while for the cat to stay with you, lest it should return whence it came-or-lest it should go back to where it came from. Makapadimát gid sa íya dirá ang maáyo nga hángin. The good air there will please (conciliate) him. Nadimát siá sang báile, sang sakáy sa áwto, etc. He likes to dance, to travel by automobile, etc. (see amág, ílà, íma, lúyag, úyon, wíli, yánggaw).


dímdim

Hiligaynon

To taste, try the taste of, bring in contact with the tip of the tongue. Dímdim-or-magdímdim ka lang siní kon anó ang íya sabór. Try the taste of this. Dimdimí iní kon kaúyon ka siní ukón índì. Taste this and see whether you like it or not. Dinimdimán ko yanáng sabáw, ápang índì akó makaúyon (sinâ). I tasted that sauce, but I don't like it. Nadimdimán ko na iníng bulúng kag napaitán akó (siní). I tasted this medicine and found it bitter. (see tiláw).


dógi

Hiligaynon

(B) Thorn, prick, prickle, barb, spike, spine, point; to prick, scatter-, strew with-, thorns, etc. Nadógi ang tiíl ko. My foot was pricked by a thorn. Sín-o ang nagdógi sang dálan? Who strewed the road with thorns? Who scattered thorns on the road? Gindogíhan (gindógian) níla ang kodál sang pamulákan. They put thorns in the garden-fence. Iníng kamúnsil idógi ko sa dálan sa binít sang ákon umá, agúd índì masúdlan sang mga háyup. These camunsel-branches with their prickles I will put on the road near the edge of my field, so that animals cannot enter. (see súyak, dalíngag, tunók).


dóhol

Hiligaynon

To pass, reach, tender, offer, hand, give into another's hand (from some considerable distance or whenever the receiver has a difficulty to reach, or cannot reach, what he needs, himself). Idóhol sa ákon ang súndang. Pass me the knife. Kon dídto ka na gánì sa sangá sang kamúnsil idóhol ko sa ímo ang singít. When you are there on the branch of the camunsel-tree I will hand you the pole and hook. Dohóli akó sing pínggan, biníklan, etc. Hand me a plate, a piece of split bamboo, etc. Ginadohólan níya ang pánday nga árà dirâ sa hágdan sang martílyo. He is handing up the hammer to the carpenter there on the ladder. Dawáta ang tulún-an nga ginadóhol sa ímo. Take the book that is held out to you. Pumalapít ka sing diótay, agúd makadóhol akó sa ímo sang lánsang. Come a little nearer that I may be able to hand you the nail. (see túnghol, hátag, entregár).


dólon

Hiligaynon

To separate, set apart, limit, delimit, demarcate, set bounds to, define, circumscribe. Dolóna ang maís sa humáy. Separate the corn from the rice. Dolóni sing kawáyan ang ákon umá sa umá sang ibán. Make a bamboo paling between my field and the field of others. Idólon ko iníng mga kásla sa ákon hardín. I will use these casla-plants to make a boundary round my garden. (see bulág, sipák).


duál

Hiligaynon

Surfeited, completely satiated, stuffed, sated, gorged, glutted, crammed, replete, near vomiting; to feel nausea, be glutted, etc. Nagaduál ang ginháwa ko. I am nearly vomiting,-have no appetite any more,-am full to the brim. (see díway).


dúda

Hiligaynon

(Sp. duda) Doubt, misgiving, suspense, demur, scepticism, mistrust, hesitation, suspicion, scruple, qualm, question, query; to doubt, diffide, distrust, mistrust, suspect, demur, question. Nagadúda akó kon matúod inâ ukón índì. I am in doubt as to whether it is true or not. Ginadudáhan ko siá. I have my doubts-, misgivings-, about him. (see duhádúha).


dúgang

Hiligaynon

Addition, augmentation, increment, increase, accretion, accession, supplement, complement, codicil; to add, augment, increase, superadd, subjoin, accrue, superpose, superimpose, throw in or on (as an addition). Nagadúgang pa ang bahâ sang subâ. The flood of the river is still on the increase. Nagadúgang gid lámang ang íya mga kalisúd. His difficulties are becoming more numerous. Dugángi ang súd-an. Increase the quantity of the side-dishes. Gindugángan níla ang mga mamumugón, agúd madalî matápus ang dálan. They have added more workmen, in order that the road may be finished soon. Dugángi ang asín sa sópas. Put more salt in the soup. Idúgang mo lang iníng duhá ka nahót nga kawáyan sa ísa ka gatús nga binakál ko sa ímo. Just add these two pieces of bamboo to the hundred I bought from you. Dugángan pa sang kosinéro ang túbig sa kólon?-Hóo, padugánga siá, kon buút siá magdúgang sang túbig. Shall the cook put more water into the rice-kettle?-Yes, let him put in more, if he likes to increase the quantity of water. May dúgang pa? Is there still something to be added? Gindúgang pa gid níya ang pilá ka dinalán sa ákon sulát. He added a few lines-, a postscript-, to my letter. (see túbò, áman, támba, támban).


dúgmok

Hiligaynon

To crush, break by pressure or incumbent weight, to reduce or grind to powder, pulverize, comminute, triturate. Indì mo pagdugmokón ang pínggan, botílya, glóbo, túbo, etc. Don't crush the plate, bottle, globe, lamp-globe, etc. Idúgmok mo akó ánay siníng batô, kay ihínis ko sa ákon ngipon. Kindly grind this stone to powder for me, for I wish to use it to clean my teeth. Amó iní ang gindugmokán níla sang úlo sang mán-og. Here they crushed the snake's head. (see pusâ, lumâ, lamúsot).


dúkan

Hiligaynon

A call for bringing pigs together at feeding time, etc. Also used as a verb. Dukána ang mga báboy. Call the pigs together by shouting: "Dúkan, dúkan!". Idúkan akó sang ákon báboy, kay damogán ko. Please call my pig, for I am going to feed it. (see dik, dík-dík, idík).


dúklong

Hiligaynon

Pain, cramps (in the stomach); to be painful, cause pain, especially in the stomach; a passing fit of stomach-ache. Nagadúklong ang solóksolók ko. I have stomach-ache. (see sakít, kútoy).


dúlà

Hiligaynon

(H) To lose, miss, mislay, suffer the loss of, incur-, meet with-, experience-, a loss, to deprive, get rid off, divest-, dispossess-, oneself of. Indì ka magdúlà sang lyábi or índì mo pagduláon ang lyábi. Don't lose the key. Nadúlà ang lyábi. The key got lost,-is lost. Naduláan akó sang lyábi sang ákon hulút. I lost,-mislaid, the key of my room. Duláa ang mga batásan nga maláut. Rid yourself of your bad manners. Nakítà ko na ang lápis nga ímo nga gindúlà. I have found the pencil you lost. Kon magkadúlà ang ímo mánggad maduláan ka man sang pagkaábyan sang madámù nga kilála mo. If you should suffer the loss of your wealth you will also be deprived of the friendship of many of your acquaintances. Ang ádlaw nagaamátamát na sang dúlà sa katúndan. The sun is now slowly disappearing in the West. Ang nawád-an sing pagláum maduláan sang tanán nga kalípay sa pangabúhì. One deprived of hope loses all joy in life. (see walâ, alimúnaw).


dulút

Hiligaynon

Mark, impression, penetration, stamp, notch; to mark, blaze, penetrate, leave-a mark,-trace,-notch, to indent, notch, pierce. Nagdulút ang ngipon sang idô sa batíis sang bátà. The dog's teeth left a mark on the calf of the child's leg. Padútla ang tigíb sing maáyo. Drive the chisel in well. Gindútlan sang kagát sang lukón ang ákon kamót. The claws of the lobster imbedded themselves in my hand. Ipadulút ko iníng tigíb sa kahóy. I will drive this chisel to mark-, indent-, the tree.


dumála

Hiligaynon

(H) To manage, lead, conduct, direct, govern, supervise, be in charge of, regulate, administer, overlook, superintend, have control of. Ikáw ang magadumála, kamí ang magatrabáho. You will give directions, and we will do the work. Dumaláhi silá sing maáyo. Govern or direct them well. Idumála akó ánay siníng mga mamumugón, kay akó sing ákon may kadtoán pa. Please supervise these workmen for me, because I have to go elsewhere. Ipadumála ko sa ímo ang ákon mga sinákup. I will hand over to your management my dependents. Mapúto gid lang silá sa íla palatikángan, kay walâ níla pagadumaláhi sing maáyo. They will surely go bankrupt in their business, because they do not-conduct-,-manage-, it well. Ang mga manugdumála kag ang mga ginadumaláhan. Rulers and ruled.


dumár

Hiligaynon

(Sp. domar) To train, tame, break in, domesticate. Makahibaló ka balá magdumár sang kabáyo? Do you know how to train horses? Hóo, kay madámù na ang ákon gindumár. Yes, for I have trained many before this. Dumahá iníng simarón nga karabáw. Tame this wild buffalo. Ipadumár ko sa ímo ang ákon kabáyo, kay akó índì makadaúg sa íya. I will let you break in my horse, for I cannot subdue it. (see ántà).


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