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lamî

Hiligaynon

Taste, flavour, savour. (see lalím, dímdim).



lamî

Hiligaynon

Soft, flabby, impressionable, yielding to slight pressure; to be soft, etc. Naglamî na gid ináng kapáyas; índì na akó kaúyon sinâ. This papaya has become quite soft now; I do not like it any more. Lamî iníng kárne. This meat is soft. (see hómok, lúm-uk, yamî).


hómok

Hiligaynon

Softness, mildness, gentleness, impressionableness, impressionability; to soften, become soft, impressionable, be easily susceptible of impressions or feelings. Naghómok na ang tinápay nga kaína mahágpok pa. The bread that was crisp a short while ago, has become soft. Homóka ang paglútò sang kárne. Cook the meat soft. Pahomóki akó sing maís, nga tinanók. Boil for me some corn very soft. Ginpangayóan ko siá sing patáwad, ápang ang íya tagiposóon walâ maghómok. I asked his pardon, but his heart did not soften. (see lamî, lúm-ok).


lamî-lamî

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of lamî. Also: to eat with little or no appetite. Paundangá na ang bátà, kay nagalamîlamî. Stop feeding the baby, for it has no appetite.


ramî

Hiligaynon

(B) Soft, pliable, yielding to pressure. (see lamî).


tabonánà

Hiligaynon

Flaccid, flabby, soft, applied especially to a stout or fat person that lacks muscular strength. Tabonánà siá sing láwas. His body is flabby. Si Pédro matámbok, ápang tabonánà lang, si Hosé maníwang, ápang líson. Peter is stout, but flabby, Joseph is lean, but muscular. (see mahómok, malúm-ok, lamî, yamî).


alamílaw

Hiligaynon

To doze. See alumilaw.


galamitón

Hiligaynon

(H) Equipment, utensils, furniture, outfit, gear, implements, tackle, appliances, tools, apparatus. (see gámit, kasangkápan).


kulámi

Hiligaynon

To sneak, to take away by stealth, filch, purloin, appropriate secretly. Sín-o ang nagkulámi sang ákon líbro? Who took away my book? Kinulámi níya ang ákon kálò, bastón, etc. He took away my hat, stick, etc. Kulamíha lang iníng páyong. Just take this umbrella. Ginkulamíhan akó níya sang ákon báyò. He took away (appropriated) my jacket. (see kúhà).


lamíg

Hiligaynon

Fresh, cold, chilly; to be or become cold. Naglamíg na ang bángkay. The corpse is cold now, has become cold. Ginalamigán akó siníng tiémpo. I am feeling cold in this weather. Nalamigán akó kahápon. I felt cold yesterday. (see búgnaw, túgnaw, ramíg).


lamígas

Hiligaynon

Shelled peas and beans.


lamína

Hiligaynon

(Sp. lámina) Picture, illustration, print. (see laráwan, estámpa).


lamínday

Hiligaynon

Slow, weak, feeble; to do slowly, etc. Lamínday ang íya paglakát, pangabúdlay, etc. He walks, works, etc. slowly. Nagalamínday siá sa pagkáon-or-lamínday siá sing pangáon. He is a slow eater. Naglamínday ang karabáw, kay nabúdlay. The buffalo is slow, for it is tired. (see ágday, búndul, pákok, hínay, lágday, etc.).


lamitá

Hiligaynon

To include, take with, put together with. Sang paghímos mo sang ímo maléta nalamitá mo man ang ákon báyò. When you were making ready your handbag, you put in also my jacket. (see lakíp, lámang).


malamíg

Hiligaynon

Cool, cold, frigid, keen; raw, sharp, piercing, cold and stiff. Malamíg nga bángkay. A corpse cold and stiff. (see lamíg, matúgnaw, maramíg).


palamidyáan

Hiligaynon

Fingerboard, etc. See pamidyáan.


palamíking

Hiligaynon

Pucker, wrinkle, fold, crease; to pucker, wrinkle, etc. (see píking, pamíking).


palamílot

Hiligaynon

To be nearly closed or only half-open (of eyes), to see but little, have a dim eyesight. Nagapalamílot ang íya mga matá. His eyes are nearly closed. He sees but little. He can hardly open his eyes.


palamíngko

Hiligaynon

A sharp knife or slender, sharp bolo used for sticking pigs with, etc.; a dagger. (see plamíngko).


palamínhod

Hiligaynon

Stiffness, numbness, cramps (in the calf of the leg, or the like). (see bínhod).


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