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bígne

Hiligaynon

To overawe, terrify, astound, stun with fright. Sugíri siá sang bág-o nga natabô nga nakabígni sa tanán nga mga táo nga nakabatî. Tell him of the recent event that filled all men, who heard of it, with awe. Sang pagtán-aw níya sang dakû nga pilás siníng makaloló-oy nga táo binígne (nabignehán) siá. When he saw the large wound of this poor fellow he got a shock. Nabígne (Binignehán) siá sang buáya. He was terrified by the crocodile. (see lígne, sígne, lígna, rígna).



rígkam

Hiligaynon

(B) See bígne, lígne, lígna, rígna-to overawe; to shudder, etc. Narigkamán akó sa pagtán-aw siní. I shudder at the sight of it. Indì ka magrígkam magkapút sinâ. Don't be afraid to touch (grasp) that.


makabilígne

Hiligaynon

(H) See makabibígne.


makasilígne

Hiligaynon

(H) Horrible, terrible, etc. See makabibígne.


kágad

Hiligaynon

To agree, be aligned, be well matched or equal, especially applied to threads from two different hanks being wound on the same bobbin. If one of the threads is loose and the other tight or taut, it is said: Walâ pagkágad (pagkagadáy, pagkagaráy) ang baladbarón. The threads to be wound (on the bobbin) are not-in alignment,-well matched.


makasisígne

Hiligaynon

(H) See makabibígne, makasilígne id.


salígsig

Hiligaynon

The midrib of the buri-leaf. It is often inserted across the warp between the sabláyan and bínting in a loom, in order to keep the threads properly aligned.