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kabús

Hiligaynon

Too short, not reaching far enough, below requirements. Ang kabús kag labáw nga batásan áton tadlungón. We should make normal, habits that fall below the standard as well as those that exceed. (see kulábus, kúlang, higúshigús).



kalabáw

Hiligaynon

Excess, haughtiness, great ambition to exceed others. (see labáw).


kalabawán

Hiligaynon

The larger or greater share, more than others, or more than is left; excess, superfluity, superabundance, redundancy, what is beyond due limits. (see labáw).


kinalabáw

Hiligaynon

Superiority, advantage, preeminence, predominancy, advance over, odds. (see labáw).


kinatúbò

Hiligaynon

Nature; natural, growing or developing naturally. Labáw inâ sa kintúbò sang táo. That is beyond or above the nature of man, that is preternatural. Kinatúbò (kinaugálì) sang táo ang pagsayúp. To err is human, is natural to man. (see túbò, kinaugálì).


labáw

Hiligaynon

Over, above, higher, taller, excelling, exceeding; to surpass, exceed. Nagalabáw sa simbáhan iníng kawáyan. This bamboo is higher than the church. Nalabawán akó níya karón sa kataasón. He is now taller than myself. Ipalabáw ang áton hayáhay sa íla nga bandéra. Put our flag above their banner-or-raise our flag to a greater height than their banner. Si Fuláno labáw sing dungúg sa kay Pédro. N.N. is more famous than Peter. Indì ka magpalabáw. Don't be stuck-up or haughty.


lábaw

Hiligaynon

To go over, cross an elevation or height. Naglábaw ang bató sa atóp sang baláy. The stone went over the roof of the house. Nalabáwan sang bóla ang kodál. The ball went over the fence.


lapáw

Hiligaynon

Over, above, rising above, higher than; to be higher than, rise above. Ang bahâ lapáw na sa táo. The flood is now more than man-deep. Nalapawán akó sang tubig. The water rose above me. (see labáw).


lápaw

Hiligaynon

To go, pass over or above. Ang mga balúd naglápaw sa sakayán-or-linapáwan ang sakayán sang mga balúd. The waves washed over the boat-or-the boat was awash. (see lábaw).


lumabáw

Hiligaynon

Above, rising above; proud, haughty, overbearing, overweening, insolent. (see labáw, linmabáw).


palábaw

Hiligaynon

To cause to go over or across something, (pa, lábaw).


sobrenaturál

Hiligaynon

(Sp. sobrenatural) Supernatural. (see labáw-sa, kinatúbò, -sa, kinaugálì).


tigíb

Hiligaynon

Chisel; to chisel, mortise, gouge out. Tígbi ang káhoy dirí kag sakálan. Mortise the wood in this place and bracket it. Iníng dáan nga halígi índì na makasírbe, kay madámù sing tinígban. This old post won't do, because it is full of mortises (holes made by a chisel). Tígba lang ang labáw sang káhoy. Chisel off the superfluous part of the wood. Anó ang itigíb ko, kay walâ akó sing tigíb? What shall I chisel with, as I have no chisel? (see sinsíl).


úlì

Hiligaynon

To return, give back, render, restore, make restitution, Iúlì sa íya ang tulún-an. Give him back the book. Labáw na sa pilô ang naúlì. More than double has been returned. Básì pa lang nga maulían pa siá sing maáyo nga láwas. Let us hope that he will-be restored to health,-regain his health,-recover. Ginúlì na sang makáwat ang íya mga kináwat. The thief has given back the stolen goods. Naulían na siá sang íya dungúg. His honour is restored.


úlì

Hiligaynon

To return, give back, render, restore, make restitution, Iúlì sa íya ang tulún-an. Give him back the book. Labáw na sa pilô ang naúlì. More than double has been returned. Básì pa lang nga maulían pa siá sing maáyo nga láwas. Let us hope that he will-be restored to health,-regain his health,-recover. Ginúlì na sang makáwat ang íya mga kináwat. The thief has given back the stolen goods. Naulían na siá sang íya dungúg. His honour is restored.