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konó

Hiligaynon

They say, it is rumoured or reported, it is said, the story goes, rumour has it, etc. Maáyo siá nga táo, konó. They say that he is a good man. May súnug, konó, kagáb-i sa dálan Rizál. There was a fire, last night, in Rizal-street, they say.



agonisár

Hiligaynon

(Sp. agonizar) To agonize, struggle between life and death, to be in the death-agony. Ang nabadlisán kag na-biatikohán kaína nagaagonisár na, konó. They say, that the one who received Extreme Unction and Viaticum a short while ago is now in his agony.


amalánhig

Hiligaynon

One who appears after death and haunts houses, etc.; a ghost, spectre, phantom, spirit, shade, wraith, spook, apparition; to appear after death, to haunt. Nakítà balá nínyo ang amalánhig? Have you seen the apparition? Si Fuláno, konó, nagaamalánhig sa íya baláy. N.N., they say, is haunting his house. May amalánhig iníng baláy. This house is haunted by a spectre. Indì ka magpáti sináng mga ginasugídsúgid nga mga amalánhig. Don't believe the stories about people who are said to have risen from the grave or who appear in-, haunt-, houses. (see amamánhig, malánhig, maránhig).


asáwa

Hiligaynon

Wife, spouse, a married woman whose husband is alive; to take a wife, marry, wed, espouse. My asáwa siá. He is married or has a wife. Sín-o ang pangasáw-on mo? Whom are you going to marry? Who is your wife to be? Si Pédro, konó, mangasáwa sa buás. Peter, they say, is going to be married tomorrow. Asáwa ko, batóna iníng síngsing kag iníng áras nga tándà sang áton pagasáwa. My wife, accept this ring and this dowry in token of our wedlock. (Part of the marriage ceremony), (see pangasáwa, pagbána-to take a husband).


bágio

Hiligaynon

Typhoon, cyclone, tornado, tempest, hurricane, storm, wind with heavy rain; to be stormy, to blow or rage (of a typhoon). Nagabágio ang kalibútan. A typhoon is raging or a hurricane is blowing (over the earth). Nabagiohán kamí sa bapór. We were caught by a hurricane on board the steamer. Naálsa na ang ikaduhá nga tándà, kay magabágio, konó. The second storm-signal has been raised, for a hurricane is approaching, they say.


bágting

Hiligaynon

Bell, tocsin; the ringing of a bell; to ring a bell, to sound the tocsin. May kampanáryo silá, ápang waláy bágting. They have a belfry, but no bells. Waláy bágting kaína sang ága. This morning there was no ringing of bells. Ibágting or bagtingá ang linggánay. Ring the bell. Ginbágting níya ang bágting nga dakû. He rang the big bell. Bagtingí ang bulunyágan. Ring the bell for the baptism or for the one to be baptized. Ibágting akó ánay sang orasyón. Ring the Angelus for me, please. Pabagtingán, konó, sang panínoy ang mga kalasálon sing tátlo ka basál. The godfather, it is rumoured, will have three peals of bells rung in honour of the marriage couple. (see linggánay, básal, basál, repíke, rimáti, púrut).


bakunáwa

Hiligaynon

A fabulous large snake or dragon believed to devour the moon at the time of an eclipse; eclipse of sun or moon. Ang búlan ginalámon, konó, sang bakunáwa. The moon, they say, is swallowed by the bakunáwa. (see eklípse).


báwì

Hiligaynon

To redeem, reclaim, deliver, free, save, set at liberty, liberate, release. Bawía siá. Deliver him, free him. Ginbáwì kitá ni Hesukrísto sa salâ kag sa inpiérno. Jesus Christ redeemed us from sin and hell. Ibáwì mo iníng pílak sa ímo dútà. Use this money to reclaim your land. Nabáwì siá sa kamót sang íya mga kaáway. He was saved from the hands of his enemies. Kon mga saráng, ibáwì akó sang ákon umá nga ginprénda ko. Please, if possible, reclaim for me the land I mortgaged. Kon índì ka magbáyad sang ímo nga útang sa napátud nga ádlaw, índì mo na mabáwì ang síngsing nga ginprénda mo. Unless you pay your debt on the day assigned, you will not be able to redeem your pawned ring. Ang mga Móros nabawían na, konó, sing duhá sang íla mga biníhag. It is reported that two of the captives led away by the Moros have been freed. (see tubús, luás, gáwad).


bótbot

Hiligaynon

To draw or pull out; to pretend to extract an alleged splinter, stone, etc. from a person's body in superstitious practices. Ang babáylan, konó, nagbótbot sing bató, inágsap, biníklan, etc. sa batíis ni Fuláno. The wizard, it is said, took out a stone, chip, splinter, etc. from the calf of N.N.'s leg. Ginbotbotán or binotbotán sang babáylan ang masakít nga bátà sing tátlo ka bató. The wizard removed three stones from the sick boy's body.


búhat

Hiligaynon

Deed, work, performance, act, action; to do, make, perform, accomplish, execute, fashion, turn out. Buháti akó sing delárgo, baúl, binangón, etc. Make me a pair of trousers, a trunk, a bolo, etc. Ibúhat mo akó sing kálò. Kindly make a hat for me. Iníng lugár, konó, pagabuhátan níla sing isá ka dakû nga baláy. In this spot, it is said, they are going to build a large house. Sín-o ang nagbúhat sinâ?-Akó amó ang nagbúhat.-Ngáa man nga ginbúhat mo? Who did that?-I did it.-Why did you do it? Usisáon mo sing maáyo ang mga binuhátan sináng táo. Inquire well into the doings of that man. Iníng mga káhoy ibúhat ko sa ákon baláy. These trees I'll make use of to build myself a house. Indì ka magbúhat sinâ. Don't do that. (see hímò, túga). Figuratively: Búhat na kon ginapaúlan ka sang ságad língkod. Stand up and move about, if you are getting cramped from sitting long.


búhin

Hiligaynon

Diminution, reduction, deduction, subtraction, lessening; to lessen, diminish, reduce, deduct, subtract, take off. Nagaamát-amát sang búhin ang humáy. The rice is slowly getting less. Nakabúhin siá sang arína. He took off some flour. Ginbuhínan níya ang swéldo sang íya mutsátso, kay matámad, konó. He lowered, docked, the wage of his servant, for he is lazy, he says. Buhíni ang bilí siní, kay támà kamahál. Lower, cut, the price of this, for it is too dear. Ibúhin mo akó sing isá ka pásong nga humáy sa íya párte nga limá ka pásong, kay may útang siá sa ákon. Please, deduct one bushel of rice from his share of five bushels, for he is in debt to me. Iníng tambóbo nga may humáy walâ pa sing búhin. This rice-granary has not yet been touched (no rice has been taken from it). Nabayáran ko siá sa waláy búhin. I paid him in full (without haggling on my part or remission on his). (see pakulús, paisót, padítay, patikî, kúpus, íban).


buláw

Hiligaynon

To throw or cast an evil spell over, to make sick by an evil spell, said by the superstitious to exist in various secret places and mountain recesses. Kon magkádto ka sa mariít nga lugar hípus ka lang, kay, kon dílì, bulawón ka kon mabululáwon (bululáwon) ka. If you go to a haunted place, keep quiet, lest a spell of sickness be cast upon you, if you are liable to be influenced by spells. Binuláw siá, konó, kay nagsínggit sa tálon. He became sick through a spell, they say, because he shouted in the jungle.


buróka

Hiligaynon

Row, riot, noise, trouble, disorder, tumult, excitement; to be turbulent, noisy, excited, cause a commotion, etc. May buróka, konó, kagáb-i. Nakabatî ka? There was some excitement (brawl, riot, tumult, or the like) last night. Did you hear it? Anó ang íla ginaburóka (ginabinuróka)? Why are they so excited? What is their trouble? Yádtong hitabô naburokáhan sing dakû. That event caused great excitement. (see gáhud, gamú).


enkánto

Hiligaynon

(Sp. encanto) Enchantment, charm, spell, incantation, magic, fascination, bewitchment; to put a magic spell upon, bewitch, charm, fascinate, haunt. May enkánto, konó, sa yádto nga baláy. They say that that house is haunted. (see bárang, awóg, téutéu, riít, etc.).


enkánto

Hiligaynon

(Sp. encanto) Enchantment, charm, spell, incantation, magic, fascination, bewitchment; to put a magic spell upon, bewitch, charm, fascinate, haunt. May enkánto, konó, sa yádto nga baláy. They say that that house is haunted. (see bárang, awóg, téutéu, riít, etc.).


hágnop

Hiligaynon

To inspire fear, cause a feeling of uneasiness, to haunt. Nagakahágnop silá sádtong baláy, káy may amaránhing, konó. They are afraid of that house, because, they say, it is haunted by a ghost. Nahagnopán akó. I feel uneasy, nervous, apprehensive. Ginakahagnopán sang ibán iníng lonók, kay may tumáo, konó. Some are afraid of (coming near) this mangrove, for, they say, it is inhabited by goblins. (see hádluk, dírham, kúlbà).


haláw

Hiligaynon

To be anticipative of something unfavourable, fearful of what may be coming, in dread, apprehensive, fearful, faint-hearted, timid, timorous, shy, easily taking fright. Napatáy galî sí Fuláno?-Hóo, naghaláw akó nga daán sádtong íya balatían waláy sapayán sang pagsilíng sang madámù nga sa madalî magaáyo siá. So, N.N. is dead?-Yes, I had a presentiment (was in dread, saw it coming) at the time he contracted that disease, though many were of the opinion that he would recover soon. Ginhalawán níla ang amó nga mga páhò, kay, konó, maáslum, ápang amó tapát ang naúrut sang bakál sa tiénda. They thought those mangoes would not sell, because they were suspected of being sour, yet they were bought up to the last on the market. Nagahaláw siá sa pagtabók sa subâ, kay may bahâ. He is afraid to cross the river, for it is in flood. Indì ka maghaláw sa pagpanáysay sa íya sang ímo kinahánglan. Don't be shy to explain to him your need. Naghaláw (hinaláw) siá sang pagkakítà níya sang kabáskug sang láwas ni Fuláno nga índì na siá buót magdúmug sa íya. When he saw the strong build of N.N. he was so intimidated that he would not wrestle with him. (see hádluk).


hilô

Hiligaynon

Poison, venom, dope, drug, bane, virus; to poison, envenom, contaminate. Ginhiloán níla, konó, ang áwang. It is said that they contaminated or poisoned the well. Ihilô iníng asúpre sa mga ilagâ. Poison the rats with this sulphur. (see dálit).


himálad

Hiligaynon

To practise palmistry, tell a person's fortune by the lines and marks of the palm. Maálam siá, konó, maghimálad. He is, they say, an expert in palmistry. Ginhimaláran siá sang manughimálad sang íya nga kapaláran. The palmister told his fortune from the lines of his palm. Himalári (-ádi) siá kon anó ang íya swérte. Tell his fortune from the lines of his palm. (see pálad, kapaláran, pasimpalád).


hugúng

Hiligaynon

Hard, heavy, grave, serious (of work, disease, difficulties, etc.); to be or become serious, etc. Sa hugúng nga kabúdlay--. With hard work--. Hugúng na, konó, ang íya balatían. His disease, they say, is serious now. Naghugúng ang íya ginabátyag. His sickness has become serious. He feels seriously or dangerously ill. (see sugúng).


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