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lábni

Hiligaynon

To take, seize, appropriate. Ginlábni níya ang ákon líbro, káy dúmdum níya nga íya. He took my book, thinking it was his. Nakalábni siá sang lápis. He seized the pencil. (see lábnit, sábnit, kúhà). N.B. Lábni has also at times the meaning of "lámang"-to take something by mistake thinking the object taken to be one's own.



dagulás

Hiligaynon

To wear out by constant use, etc. See dagumák, saguláy, sarabóg. Also: To take without ceremony, make use of another man's property without his permission. (see lámang, lábni, kúhà, buúl).


górdo

Hiligaynon

To take or use something that belongs to another with the intention of giving it back. (Only used amongst friends). Gingórdo lang níya ang ákon páypay. She merely borrowed my fan. Indì mo paggordohón ang íya sang ibán. Don't take what belongs to others. (see ángkon, kúhà, buúl, karipón, lámang, lábni, gulámni, kulámi).


gulámni

Hiligaynon

To take without much ado, seize, appropriate. (see lábni, kulámi, lámang).


kúypi

Hiligaynon

(B) To take from, deduct, subtract. Ginkúypi na (níya) ang napúlò ka sentimós. He subtracted (took, stole) ten centavos. (see búhin, kúhà, lábni, lámang).


lámang

Hiligaynon

To do or take something without more ado, without investigation, believing the object taken to belong to oneself. Indì ka maglámang sang ákon nga sángkap. Don't take, or make use of, my tools without permission, don't say: "I'll just (lámang) take them". Ginlamángan ko ang ímo tulún-an, kay dúmdum ko nga ákon. I took your book thinking it was mine. Kon maglakát ka buás sa ága pa gid, mutáron mo sing maáyo ang mga kálò sa saláb-ítan; básì malamángan mo ang ákon kag madalá mo sa malayô mo nga kaladtoán. When you leave early to-morrow morning, have a good look at the hats on the hat-stand; for otherwise you might get hold of mine and take it along on your far journey. (see lábni).


lábnit

Hiligaynon

To snatch, seize furtively or stealthily. Labnitá ang kálò níya. Snatch his hat. (see sábnit).


sábnit

Hiligaynon

To sneak, grab, purloin, snatch away stealthily, seize suddenly or furtively. Sabnitá ang íya tinápay, páhò, etc. Sneak his bread, mango, etc. Sabnití akó sing isá ka pányo níya. Purloin (Snatch) one of his handkerchiefs for me. (see lábnit).


sánggit

Hiligaynon

To seize, snatch, take hold of. (see sáklit, tában, ágaw, kúhà, lábnit, lámang).