Search result(s) - lánag

lánag

Hiligaynon

To surfeit, feel nausea, loathe. Nalánag siá sang tulíngan. The tulíngan-fish made him sick. He is surfeited with eating tulíngan-fish.



lánag

Hiligaynon

To be wet, moist, damp, soaked.


lanág

Hiligaynon

A piece of wet, moist, well-watered ground; moist, wet, well-watered. May lanág kamí sa ámon palangúmhan. We have a piece of well-watered ground in our farm. (see longasóg, hagubhúban).


hagúbhub

Hiligaynon

Moist, well-watered; to be or become moist, etc. (see lanág).


hagubhúban

Hiligaynon

Moist, well-watered soil. (see lanág, longasóg).


makalalánag

Hiligaynon

(H) Indigestible, unwholesome, bad for the stomach, causing indigestion, flatulence, indisposition or disorder of the stomach (especially said of tainted fish). (see lánag).


makalalánag

Hiligaynon

(H) Causing or giving moisture, wet, damp, moist, humid. (see lánag).


unáw

Hiligaynon

(B) To feel an aversion or loathing (after having done, eaten, etc. something to excess); to surfeit. Naunáw (Nalánag na siá sang) kang pasáyan. He is now averse to eating shrimps. He is surfeited with eating shrimps. (see taká, díway, sumó, súm-od, lánag).


unáw

Hiligaynon

(B) To feel an aversion or loathing (after having done, eaten, etc. something to excess); to surfeit. Naunáw (Nalánag na siá sang) kang pasáyan. He is now averse to eating shrimps. He is surfeited with eating shrimps. (see taká, díway, sumó, súm-od, lánag).


palanagatán

Hiligaynon

(H) Suitable-, fit-, used-, for fishing at sea, as a fishing net, fishing smack, fish corral, etc. (see dágat, panágat, panagatán).


palanagoán

Hiligaynon

(H) Hiding place, concealment; safe, secret closet or chest (for money, etc.). (see tágò, panágò).


palanagtagán

Hiligaynon

(H) A distributing centre. (see tágtag, panágtag).


(H) Post-office. (see koréo).


báse

Hiligaynon

(Sp. base) Base, basis, base of operation, stronghold. (see húkmung, tóon:, palanagoán).


dispénsa

Hiligaynon

(Sp. dispensa) Pantry, larder, store-room. (see palanagoán, palatipigán).


panagatán

Hiligaynon

A fishing boat used on the sea, etc. See palanagatán.


patápuk

Hiligaynon

Caus. of tápuk. To exile, expel; hide or conceal oneself, etc. Katúlad siá sang isá ka táo nga nagpatápuk sa isá ka palanagoán nga índì makítan. He was like a man who had concealed himself in a hiding place, so that he could not be seen.


tágò

Hiligaynon

Hiding, concealment, privacy, secrecy, clandestineness, stealth; a secret, what is kept secret, etc.; to hide, conceal, secrete, stow away, put away, put by, keep out of sight, abscond. Sa tágò. Clandestinely, surreptitiously, secretly, in secret. Ginhímo níya inâ sa tágò. He did that in secret. Tagóa inâ. Hide it. Conceal it. Put it by. Keep it out of sight. Tinágò níya ang ákon kálò. He hid my hat. Tagói siá sing limá ka páhò. Put aside for him five mangoes. Ipatágò sa íya inâ. Patagóa siá sinâ. Let him put it-away,-in a safe, in a safe place. Order him to hide it, to guard it well, or the like. Nanágò (from the Freq. panágò) siá. He hid (concealed) himself. He was in hiding. (see tinágò, tinagô, tábon, hinabón, palanagoán, likúm, lílong).