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luyó

Hiligaynon

Side, flank, neighbourhood, proximity, alongside, nearby, beside, border, edge; part, party, faction; to be (placed, situated) at the side of,-in a nearby region,-in the neighbourhood of, etc. Sa íya luyó--. At his side--. Sa naluyó sang íya baláy--. On the ground at the side of his house--. (see kílid, binít, lapít, íngod, kalúyo, kaluyó).



lúyò

Hiligaynon

To be slow, walk or trudge along slowly, be slow in movement. Nalúyò (nagkalúyò) ang karabáw. The buffalo fell into a slow step. Naluyóan akó sa íya. He seems to me to be very slow. He is too slow for me. Amó ang nagpalúyò sa íya mga tikáng. That made him slow down his pace. (see búndul, hínay, pákok, kúlì).


ágday

Hiligaynon

Slowness, weakness, laziness; to do slowly,-leisurely,-lazily, to be slow at work, dilatory in execution, dull of understanding. Anó ang ginaágday mo? Why do you work so slowly? Indì ka magágday sa pagóbra or indì mo pagagdáyon ang pagóbra. Don't be lazy at work. (see hínay, lágway, lágday, lamínday, luyò, búndol, pákok).


íngod

Hiligaynon

To be alongside, side by side, at the side of, by the side of, beside, adjoining, neighbouring, next, near each other. Nagaíngod ang íla mga baláy. Their homes are near each other. Ingódi (ingóri) siá. Go near him-or-Place yourself at his side. Kon magpatíndog ka sing bág-o nga baláy iíngod mo sa ámon baláy. When you build a new house, put it up alongside ours. (see íping, luyó).


íping

Hiligaynon

(H) To adjoin, be next, be near by, adjacent, be at the side of, by the side of, beside, neighbouring; condition of being at the side of or adjoining something else. Nagaíping ang ámon mga baláy. Our houses adjoin each other. Ipíngi siá. Join him-or-Go to his side. Sa íping sang simbáhan, etc. Next the Church, adjoining the Church, etc. Nagaipingáy silá sa lamésa. They are sitting near each other at table. They are neighbours at table. (see íngod, ingód, luyó).


íngod

Hiligaynon

To be alongside, side by side, at the side of, by the side of, beside, adjoining, neighbouring, next, near each other. Nagaíngod ang íla mga baláy. Their homes are near each other. Ingódi (ingóri) siá. Go near him-or-Place yourself at his side. Kon magpatíndog ka sing bág-o nga baláy iíngod mo sa ámon baláy. When you build a new house, put it up alongside ours. (see íping, luyó).


íping

Hiligaynon

(H) To adjoin, be next, be near by, adjacent, be at the side of, by the side of, beside, neighbouring; condition of being at the side of or adjoining something else. Nagaíping ang ámon mga baláy. Our houses adjoin each other. Ipíngi siá. Join him-or-Go to his side. Sa íping sang simbáhan, etc. Next the Church, adjoining the Church, etc. Nagaipingáy silá sa lamésa. They are sitting near each other at table. They are neighbours at table. (see íngod, ingód, luyó).


kalúyò

Hiligaynon

Slowness, condition of one who loiters or jogs along slowly due ta exhaustion, natural debility, old age, etc. (see lúyò).


kaluyó

Hiligaynon

Companion, associate, comrade; condition of being at the side of, or near, another. (see luyó, kalúyo).


katúpad

Hiligaynon

State of being over against or at the side of, opposite, facing, vis-a-vis, over the way, nearby, in a line with; neighbour, one living over against or at the side of another. (see túpad, luyó, kaluyó, kaatúbang).


kílid

Hiligaynon

Side, flank, beam, quarter. Sa kílid sang baláy. At the side of the house. Ari siá dirí sa ákon kílid (luyó). He is here at my side. (see luyó).


kuyúg

Hiligaynon

Shaky, unsteady; to be or become shaky, unsteady, weak, slow, feeble. Nagakuyúg siá sa paglakát, kay malúya pa siá tungúd sang balatían nga íya nga ginágyan. He walks slowly for he is still weak from the illness he has passed through. (see kúlì, lúyò, lúya, húyang).


Dim. and Freq. of labáy. Also: to pass to and fro, shake from side to side, brandish, flourish, wave. Nagalabáylábay siá sang íya bastón. He is waving his stick (as a signal). Ginlabáylabáyan níya kamí sing binángon. He brandished (shook, flourished) a bolo at us (as a threat). Ang bátà nagalabáylábay sa ámon luyó, kay buút nga hatágan sang ámon kalanónon. The boy is circling around us, because he would like to be given some of our eatables. (see balábad, barumbáda).


ladáy

Hiligaynon

(B) To pass, go, flit by, roam, ramble. Nagladáy siá sa plása. He passed along the public square. Ginladayán níya ang luyó (tupád, atúbang) sang ámon baláy. He passed our home, went past our house. (see lubás, labáy, ladóy, duyán).


olín

Hiligaynon

The stern of a boat, poop. Metaphorically: Indì ka maghámbal sinâ, kay básì olinán ikáw. Don't talk like that, for you may be worse off yourself later on. Púngkò ka sa luyó siníng bátà nga but-ánan, kay básì maolinán ka sang íya nga batásan. Sit down at the side of this well-behaved boy, that you may-follow his example,-do as he does. Índì ka magyúbit sa íya, kay básì olinán ikáw. Don't ridicule him, for you may be ridiculed too in your turn.


palímlim

Hiligaynon

To observe, watch, spy, be on the lookout, hang about, hover near, linger near, wait for an opportunity to abstract something secretly or the like. Ang bátà nagapalímlim sa luyó sang tabungós nga may sulúd nga páhò. The boy is lingering near the basket of mangoes.


sípraw

Hiligaynon

The form pasípraw is mostly used. (B) To see accidentally, happen to see, cast a glance upon, notice (by chance). Pasiprawí kang mga matá mo si Pédro nga dián sa ingód kang látok. (Pasiplatí sang ímo mga matá si Pédro nga árà dirâ sa luyó sang lamésa). Cast a glance on Peter who is by the side of the table. Ipapasípraw (Ipapasíplat) si Huán kay Hosé. Let José have a look at John. Papasiprawá (Papasiplatá) si Hosé kay Huán. Tell (Order) José to have a look at (catch a glimpse of) John. (see síplat, pasíplat).


táyod

Hiligaynon

(B) To halt, come to a halt or standstill, to stand, stand still, stop, rest, remain, cease to go on. Indì kaw magtáyod (Indì ka magtíndog) sa ganháan. Don't stand in the doorway. Gintayódan na ang ingód kang bág-o nga áwang. (Gintindogán níya ang luyó sang bág-o nga bobón). He stopped at the new well. (see tíndog, dúlug).


tupád

Hiligaynon

Side, nearness, closeness, proximity, propinquity, vicinity, juxtaposition, immediate neighbourhood. Sa tupád sang ámon baláy. Close by-, near-, at the side of-, adjoining-, our house. Near us. In our immediate neighbourhood. (see luyó, kílid, lapít, tamparán, atubángan-front).


túpad

Hiligaynon

(seldom tupád) To be at the side of, close by, near at hand, at one's elbow, in the immediate neighbourhood, be next neighbour to, to adjoin, be adjacent; to sit or stand side by side. Túpad ka sa íya. Tupári (-ádi) siá. Go (stand, sit) near him, close by him, at his side (elbow). Take your place close by him. Nagatuparáy (-páray) ang íla mga baláy. Their houses are next to (adjoining) each other. Ang tiénda kag ang ámon baláy nagatúpad. Ang tiénda (ámon baláy) nagatúpad sa ámon baláy (sa tiénda). Our house is near (adjoining, at the side of) the market place. Patúpad-to put or place side by side, etc.; to compare. Kon ipatúpad mo ang íya katarúngan sa íya ni Fuláno--. If you compare his argument (reasoning) with the argument put forth by N.N.--. (see íping, kílid, luyó, lapít, támbi, atúbang, támpad-to confront).


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