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koréa

Hiligaynon

(Sp. correa) A girdle, belt, sash, cincture, surcingle, especially one worn by a religious society or confraternity.



káwal

Hiligaynon

To hang down, depend from, be suspended from, stick out, dangle. Nagakáwal ang pányo mo sa bólsa. Your handkerchief is hanging out of your pocket. Pakawála ang koréa sa kílid mo, dílì sa atubángan. Let your girdle hang down at the side, not in front. (see kábit, káway, gáway).


pabendíta

Hiligaynon

To have, or get, something blessed. Nagpabendíta siá sang íya bág-o nga medálya. She had her new medal blessed. Ginpabendíta níya sa Párì ang íya nga koréa. She had her cord (belt, girdle, cincture) blessed by the priest. Ipabendíta mo sa Párì ang ímo bág-o nga baláy. Have your new house blessed by the priest. (pa, bendíta (Sp.).


síngulo, singuló

Hiligaynon

(Sp. cingulo) Cingulum, girdle, sash. (see wáklos, páha, koréa).


sínta

Hiligaynon

(Sp. cinta) Band, ribbon, sash, tape, strip; girdle, belt, cincture, cingulum. (see páha, wáklos, koréa, síntas).


wáklos

Hiligaynon

Belt, girth, girdle, cincture; to belt, gird, girdle, girth. (see wágkos, páha, koréa).