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lámang

Hiligaynon

Only, just, simply, merely, solely, barely, but, excepting that, not more than. Indì lámang kay (Indì lámang nga)--, kóndì--. Not only--, but--.



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).


abák-abák

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of ábak, To follow in succession one thing close upon other, chase each other, come one behind the other. Abáw, nagaalabák-abák gid lámang ang mga nagasalákà. Why, visitors are coming up one behind the other (in great numbers). Nagaabák-abák gid karón ang íla mga kalisúd. At present their difficulties are following one upon another or their troubles overtake one another, (see abútabút).


agád-ágad

Hiligaynon

Freq. of ágad. Also: To wait for, expect. Indì ka magdúgay dirâ, kay agád-agádon ko ikáw sing diótay nga oras lámang. Don't tarry there long, for I will wait for you only a short while. (see angán-angán, hulát).


alaká-ak

Hiligaynon

Spread, distributed, dispersed over a large area with considerable distances between; to be spread or distributed, etc. Alaká-ak or nagaalaká-ak ang mga háyop sa latagón, ang mga gál-um sa lángit, etc. The cattle are scattered over the open country, the clouds are distributed over the sky, etc. Alaká-ak gid lámang ang mga baláy dídto sa bakólod. The houses there on the hill are widely spaced. (see aták-aták).


alálpak

Hiligaynon

To splash, turn over with a flop, as sods in ploughing or the like. Nagalinágpak lámang ang mga súk-ay nga nagaalálpak kon iní nga karabáw amó ang nagagúyud sang dáro. If this buffalo draws the plough the sods turn over with a flop. (see óklab, balískad, ápok, alalápok).


alílà

Hiligaynon

To nourish, nurture, rear, bring up, foster, take good care of, look after with kindness and consideration. Aliláa sing maáyo ang bátà, ang masakít, ang pilasón, etc. Look well after the baby, the sick person, the wounded man, etc. Ialílà akó ánay siníng makaloló-oy nga táo. Kindly take upon yourself the care of this poor fellow. Si San Hosé dílì sumúod nga amáy ni Hesukrísto, kóndì amáy nga manugalílà lámang. St. Joseph was not the real father of Jesus Christ, but only his foster-father. Ginalílà níya ang ílo nga bátà súbong sang sumúod níya nga anák. She brought up or reared the orphan-child as if it were her own daughter. (see sagúd, batití, sapópo).


alimúgtaw

Hiligaynon

To sleep restlessly or brokenly, awake frequently and at short intervals, sleep only a little at a time; restless, broken, (of sleep). Nagalimúgtaw ang bátà nga masakít. The sick child slept restlessly. Alimúgtaw gid lámang ang íya katulúgon. His sleep was very restless, he slept but little, he awoke every now and again, (see búgtaw, alumílaw).


álsa

Hiligaynon

(Sp. alza, alzar) A rise in price; the raising of merchandise, money, etc. on credit; to raise, lift, hoist; to get on credit. Ang tanán nga mga balalígyà sa almasín siníng komersyánte álsa gid lámang sa Ilóng-ílong or ginálsa gid lámang níya sa Ilóng-ílong. All the goods on sale in the store of this merchant are (were) obtained by him on credit from Iloilo. Alsahá pa gid ang káhoy sing diótay. Raise the wood yet a little. Alsahí iníng lugár sang mga bató. Remove the stones from this place. Alsahá ang tíngug mo. Raise your voice to a higher pitch. Iálsa akó ánay siníng láta nga túbig. Please lift this can of water for me. Alsahán mo gid ánay ang baráha kag ugáling ipanhátag (ipanghátag). First cut the cards and then deal them out. (For an increase in wages and the like "pasákà" is to be used. Napasakáan ang íya sóhol. His wages have been raised).


alugáynay

Hiligaynon

Slow, gentle, soft, mild, not quick, not impetuous, not impulsive; chronic, not acute (of disease); to be or become slow, gentle, mild. Ang mga balatían nga alugáynay. Chronic diseases. Nahúlug siá sa bintánà, ápang walâ siá masamári, kay nagalugáynay ang pagtupâ níya sa dútà nga mahómok. He fell out of the window, but was not hurt, for his fall was soft on the loose earth. Alugáynay gid lámang ang íya nga pagpangítà sing kabuhián. He earns his livelihood with difficulty. His earnings are coming in but slowly. (see ananáy, inanáy, hínay, nagáynay).


anyóan

Hiligaynon

Fit, suitable, proper, adapted. Anyóan siá sa pagpangúma gid lámang, kay walâ siá sing lúyag sa pagtoón. He is only fit for working on a farm, for he has no liking for study. Anyóan gid siá sa pagkahokóm. He is qualified to be a judge. Anyóan gid siá sinâ nga báyò. She looks nice in that dress. (see ányò, angayán).


aták-aták

Hiligaynon

Spaced, spread out, not joined, not united, not together, not close to each other; to be or become separate or segregated from one another, etc. Sádto maíkit ang mga baláy siníng báryo, karón nagaták-aták na. Formerly the houses in this village were close together, now they are widely spaced. Ginaták-aták níla ang mga baláy. They spread the houses out singly with considerable distances between them. Aták-aták gid lámang dirí ang mga páhò, dílì gid pinúnsok. Mango-trees here are to be met with only one here and there, not in groups. Maáyo gid ang pagpaaták-aták sang mga baláy nga kawáyan kag nípà, kay kon gutúk sa minurô kag may kaláyo maúmid silá nga tanán. Houses made of bamboo and thatched with nípà should be spaced far from one another, for if they are close together within a village and a fire breaks out they will all be involved (in the calamity). (see atád-atád, putá-putá, malakâ, isáísa).


ayô

Hiligaynon

Haggling, higgling, bargaining, beating down the price of; to haggle, higgle, bargain, beat or knock down the price, ask for less than charged. Baráto man lang iní; ngáa nga nagaayô pa gid ikáw? This is really cheap; why then do you still haggle? Ayoá sa íya iníng hénero, kay masiádo kamahál. Try to beat down his price for this cloth, for it is too dear. Ayoí siá sing bisán limá ka dakû lámang. Make him lower the price even if by only five centavos. Walâ sing ayô dirí sa ámon, kóndì ang tanán nga ámon balalígyà may bilí nga napát-ud. There is no haggling with us, for all we sell has a fixed price.


bákuna

Hiligaynon

(Sp. vacuna) Cowpox, vaccine virus; to vaccinate. Sín-o ang nagbakúna sa imo? Who vaccinated you? Ginabakunáhan karón ang mga kabatáan sa mga buluthóan, kay nagapamutí. The children at school are being vaccinated at present, for there is an epidemic of smallpox. Ipabakúna ang ímo mga anák sa manugbúlung, agúd índì malátnan sang butí. Get your children vaccinated by the doctor, lest they should be infected with smallpox. Kalití ang pagpabakúna, kay ang mga nabakunáhan tumalágsa gid lámang madunggoán sang butí. Get vaccinated in time, for those that are vaccinated are rarely attacked by smallpox. (see sibít, pasibít).


bálà

Hiligaynon

Fortune, good luck. Pabálà-to risk, trust to one's good luck, venture. Nagapabálà gid lámang siá. He has confidence in his good luck. (N.B. Bálà is now obsolete, but occurs in the following baláan).


bálhas

Hiligaynon

Sweat, perspiration; to sweat, perspire, make to perspire. Ginabálhas akó. I am perspiring. Anó na man inâ, walâ ka gánì pagbalhasá sang ímo pangabúdlay kag buót ka magpahúay na? What is the meaning of this. The work you have done has not caused you any perspiration and you wish to take a rest already? Binálhas (ginbálhas) siá sang madásig nga paglakát. Walking fast made him perspire. Nagatalabirís gid lámang ang bálhas sa íya nawóng. The perspiration is streaming down his face. (see bahúlay-cold perspiration, as in some fevers, in death-agony, etc.


balotanóg

Hiligaynon

Not well done, underdone, parboiled, not sufficiently cooked (of food); healing slowly (of ulcers, etc); desultory, unsatisfactory (of schooling, education, etc.). Also used as a verb. Iníng kán-on balotanóg. This rice is not sufficiently cooked. Ang bakokáng balotanóg. The carbuncle called "bakokáng" is slow in healing. Balotanóg gid lámang ang íya panoón. His schooling was very desultory or quite insufficient. Dílì mo pagpabalotanogón ang pagtíg-ang. Don't only half-cook the rice. (see angól-angól, akúl-akúl).


bíhag

Hiligaynon

A captive, prisoner; a cock killed in the cockpit; the remains of a repast, food left on the table after a banquet, etc.; to capture, take-captive,-prisoner, lead into captivity. Bihági silá bisán sing isá lámang sa íla. Capture at least one of them. Ang mga Móros sádto ánay nagpamíhag (nagbíhag) sing madámù nga mga Bisayâ. The Moros formerly led many Visayans into captivity. Nabíhag ang íya tagiposóon. His heart was captivated.


buisít, buísit

Hiligaynon

Ill-starred, unlucky; luckless, unfortunate, miserable, out of luck; to be or become unfortunate, etc. Nagbuisít ang íya pangabúhì. His life became miserable. Indì ka magbána sa kay Fuláno, kay básì mabuisitán ikáw. Don't marry N.N., for you may be miserable with him. Nabuisitán silá sa karón nga túig sa íla nga pangúma, kay diótay gid lámang ang íla pinatubás. They were unlucky this year with their farming for their harvest was very small indeed. (see waláy, swérte, maláut, sing, pálad-or-síng, kapaláran, etc.).


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).


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