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lámpus

Hiligaynon

To strike, beat, drub, cudgel, cane, knock, whack, wallop, whop, rap, tap, hit, club. Ginlampusán níya si Fuláno sing inútud nga kawáyan. He struck N.N. with a piece of bamboo. Ilámpus mo sa báboy iníng bastón. Hit the pig with this stick. Throw this stick at the pig. (see lámba, bálbal, etc.).



badíl

Hiligaynon

A fire-arm, musket, rifle; to shoot with a fire-arm; to beat, drub, thrash, strike, swinge. Badilá siá. Shoot him. Give him a thrashing. Ibadíl ang búldok mo. Shoot off your revolver. Ginbadíl níya ang buyóng. He shot the brigand. Dî mo siá pagbadilón sing támà. Don't beat him too much. (see lúthang, lámpus, bálbal, lámba, bákol, badíl is probably derived from the Spanish "barril").


báknot

Hiligaynon

To strike, beat, thrash, cudgel, drub, trounce, flog, castigate, cane, give one the stick. (see bákol, hánot, lámpus, lámba, pókpok, hámpak).


bákol

Hiligaynon

(B) To cudgel, cane, thrash, beat, trounce, whip, flog, strike with a rod, whip or the like. Bakóla siá. Give him a beating. Ibákol sa íya iníng bilogón. Strike him with this cane, rod. Kon índì ka magpáti sa ákon, ipabákol ko ikáw sa kay tátay mo. If you don't listen to me, I'll hand you over to your father for a thrashing. (see búnal, hánot, lámpus, etc.).


bálbal

Hiligaynon

To cane, drub, flog, thrash, give one the stick, cudgel, club, beat with a stick or cudgel. Balbalá siá. Club him. Ibálbal mo sa íya iníng bastón. Beat him with this stick. Indì ka magbálbal sa íya sing lakás. Don't beat him too much. (see bákol, lámpus, hánot, búnal, etc.).


búnal

Hiligaynon

To strike, beat, thrash, whip, flog, scourge, flagellate, birch, cane, drub, lash, swinge. Bunála siá. Thrash him. Bunáli siá sa likód. Give him a flogging on his back. Ibúnal mo akó ánay siníng bátà mo, kay nangáwat siá sing kuárta nga báli napúlò ka sentimós. Please give this child of your's a beating, for it has stolen ten centavos. Ibúnal sa kabáyo iníng símsim. Use this bamboo-branch to beat the horse with. (see hánot, lámpús, etc.).


gólpe

Hiligaynon

(Sp. golpe) Bang, whack, thwack, wallop, buffet, blow, stroke, hit, knock, jolt, jog, jerk, shock; a sudden mishap, fit, accident or action. Sing (Sa) gólpe. All at once, suddenly, all of a sudden, unexpectedly, without preparation or premonition, with great force or impetus. Ginakígan níya siá sing gólpe kag gintíklod. All at once he got angry with him and pushed him aside. Napatáy siá sing gólpe. He died suddenly, quite unexpectedly. Also verb: Gingólpe níya ang pagdóksol sa kay Fuláno. He suddenly or impetuously attacked N.N. Golpehá ang paglámpus sang wásay sa káhoy. Swing the axe with all your might against the tree. Inâ nga bátà nagagílagíl, kay may gólpe. This boy was stunted in growth on account of an accident. (see hinálì, hinalî, lámpus, bálbal, samád).


hámpak

Hiligaynon

Beating, thrashing, whacking, etc.; to beat, thrash, whack, drub, cane, strike, lash, flagellate, flog, whip, scourge, trounce, birch. Hampaká siá. Beat him. Whip him. Hampakí siá sa likód. Give him a flogging on his back. Hinámpak siá ni nánay níya. His mother gave him a beating. Ginhámpak ang Aton Ginúo sing mabangís sang mga mapíntas nga soldádo. The cruel soldiers scourged Our Lord severely. (see búnal, lámpus, lámba, bálbal).


hán-us

Hiligaynon

A stroke, cut, lash; to throw, push, poke, knock, thrust; strike, beat. Ihán-us iní sa báid. Throw this into the corner. Ginhán-us níya siá sa díngding. He thrust him against the wall. (see banál, lámba, lámpus, habúy, pilák, bálbal, bákol, hánot).


lákbut

Hiligaynon

A flick, stroke; to flick, strike, beat, lash. (see háplak, lápdus, búnal, lámpus, etc.).


lalámpus

Hiligaynon

(H) Club, cudgel, stick, cane, rod, piece of wood, etc. used to strike or beat with. (see lámpus, bulunál, balálbal).


lámba

Hiligaynon

To strike, beat, drub, thrash, throw, push. Ginlámba níya siá sa díngding. He threw him against the wall or partition. Ilámba siá sa salúg. Throw him to the ground. Lay him low. Knock him down. Ginlambahán níya akó sing lalámpus. He drubbed me with a stick or club. (see lámpus, bálbal, búnal, etc.).


látigo, látigó

Hiligaynon

(Sp. látigo) Whip, rod, lash, scourge; to flog, scourge, whip, lash, beat with a rod. Latigohí siá. Give him a whipping. Flog him. Kon magsinutíl ikáw liwán ipalátigo ko ikáw kay tátay mo. If you are naughty again, I'll see to it that your father gives you a whipping. Linatigohán níya ang karabáw sing símsim. He beat the buffalo with branches of bamboo. (see hánot, búnal, hámpak, lábtik, lápdos, láw-it, lipát, hán-us, lámpus, lámba).


libâ

Hiligaynon

To strike (a ball, as in baseball, etc.). (see hán-us, lámpus).


litós

Hiligaynon

To strike, whip, lash, beat, flog. Litosá siá-or-litosí siá sing napúlò ka lápdus. Give him ten strokes of the whip. Ginlitós ni tátay ang ákon útud, kay nagsinutíl siá. Father gave my brother a beating, because he was naughty. (see búnal, látigo, hámpak, lámpus, hánot, lápdus, láw-it, lábtik).


mákmak

Hiligaynon

To strike, beat, smite, slap, smack, spank, thwack, whack, cudgel, thrash. Ginmakmakán akó níya sang biní-al. He beat me with a piece of split bamboo. Makmakí siá sang sinílas. Spank him with the slippers. Imákmak sa íya ang bilogón, bulunál, lalámpus, etc. Beat him with the rod, the whip, the stick, etc. (see búnal, hánot, hámpak, bálbal, lámpus, lámba, pókpok, pakáng, núsnus).


pálo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. palo) The mast of a ship; stick, cudgel; to beat, thrash, cudgel. (see lámpus, bilogón, tagsáon, súngkud).


píka

Hiligaynon

(Sp. pica) Pike; goad, cudgel; to strike, beat, thrash; to hurt, wound (by speech). Pikáhi siá sang ímo bastón. Hit him with your stick. Give him the stick. Pinikáhan níya akó sing makasaláklaw kag masakít nga mga púlong. He wounded my feelings by using exasperating and cutting language. (see bálbal, hánot, lámpus, láslas).


pít-ol

Hiligaynon

To strike, beat, hit. Pit-olí siá sang ímo binángon, hál-o, etc. Hit (Strike) him with your bolo, rice-pestle, etc. (see bálbal, lámpus, hánot, búnal, hámpak).


túryal, turyál

Hiligaynon

(Perhaps from the Sp. trillar or torear) To beat, thrash, punish severely, drub, chastise thoroughly. (see tarítári, torótóro, bakábáka, labá, lámpus, hánot, etc.).


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