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lígas

Hiligaynon

Band, bandage, garter, ribbon; to bandage, garter, bind up; put ribbons or strings on. Ligási ang nagbátà. Bandage the mother. Linigásan níya ang ákon médyas. She put ribbons on my stockings. Ilígas sa íya pilás iníng hénero kag písì. Bind up his wound with this cloth and string. (see líga, wágkos, etc.).



ligás

Hiligaynon

To squeeze, compress or crush to pulp, soften, make pliable by rubbing or rolling (of leaves, peas and beans, etc. previous to using as a plaster or the like). Ligasá ang búyò. Soften the búyò-leaf. Ligasí akó sing dáhon sang katúmbal, kay itámbal ko sa púgsa. Crush some chili-leaves for me, because I am going to use them as a plaster for the boil. (see hálmok).


bígkis

Hiligaynon

Girdle, bandage, usually made of yarn; to gird or bandage. Bigkisí ang bátà. Bandage the baby. Ibígkis iníng bunáng nga mapulá. Bandage with this red yarn. (see lígas, wágkos).


líga

Hiligaynon

(Sp. liga) League, union, coalition, confederation; garter, band, ribbon. (see katilíngban, katipúnan, higót, wágkos, wáklos, páha, lígas, góos).


obligasyón

Hiligaynon

(Sp. obligación) Obligation, duty, liability. (see katungdánan, tulumánon).


obligasyón

Hiligaynon

(Sp. obligación) Obligation, duty, liability. (see katungdánan, tulumánon).