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matámà

Hiligaynon

Overmuch, excessive, too much, more than enough, immoderate, exorbitant, preposterous. (támà). (see lám-ag, lakás, masiádo, demasiádo).



mónog

Hiligaynon

(B) Thick, stout, strong; much, too much, excessive, very. (see madámol, támà, lakás, lám-ag, dúro, masyádo).


núsnus

Hiligaynon

To rub, mop, swab, scour, scrub a floor, etc. Nusnusí ang panápton sing habón. Rub the clothes with soap. Ginnusnusán níla ang salúg sing espérma. They rubbed the floor with tallow. Inúsnus sa salúg iníng séra. Use this candle-wax for rubbing the floor with. Indì ka magnúsnus (magkúsù) sang lalábhan sing (lám-ag) lakás, kay básì magísì. Don't rub the wash too much, for it might be torn.


óhong

Hiligaynon

A kind of mushroom; to remove a house, post and all, and transfer it to another site. Ginóhong níla ang baláy ni Fuláno. They removed N.N.'s house, posts and all, to another place. Ang ímo baláy (lám-ag) támà kadakû nga daw sa índì maóhong, kóndì malígaw lang. Your house is too large to remove in one load, but it can be removed in parts, piecemeal (by transferring the roof, the post, etc. separately). Ohónga lang nínyo ang íya baláy. Just take up and transfer his house in one load. N.B. The second meaning seems to be derived from the first, as in the operation called "óhong" a house is taken up and removed just as an óhong-mushroom is taken from the ground and carried away root and all.


óhong

Hiligaynon

A kind of mushroom; to remove a house, post and all, and transfer it to another site. Ginóhong níla ang baláy ni Fuláno. They removed N.N.'s house, posts and all, to another place. Ang ímo baláy (lám-ag) támà kadakû nga daw sa índì maóhong, kóndì malígaw lang. Your house is too large to remove in one load, but it can be removed in parts, piecemeal (by transferring the roof, the post, etc. separately). Ohónga lang nínyo ang íya baláy. Just take up and transfer his house in one load. N.B. The second meaning seems to be derived from the first, as in the operation called "óhong" a house is taken up and removed just as an óhong-mushroom is taken from the ground and carried away root and all.


orá

Hiligaynon

See urá-to annoy, molest, etc.


orá

Hiligaynon

See urá-to annoy, molest, etc.


paagísod

Hiligaynon

To make or let follow in regular order. Paagisóda (-óra) ang mga bátà sonô sa íla kataasón. Let the children follow each other in line according to their size. Ginpaagísod níya silá sa kúbay. He made them march in single file, follow one another, as in a procession. (pa, agísod).


pakíntud

Hiligaynon

(B) To ask, request information. Walâ mo gánì pagpakintudá (-orá) kon matúod iná ukón butíg. You did not even ask, whether that was true or not. (see pángkot, pamángkot, pakiána, pakisáyod, pangutána).


palám-ag

Hiligaynon

(B) To do to excess, too much, immoderately, excessively, to overdo, overstep the mark, exceed the proper limits. Indì mo pagpalam-agón ang ímo nga dayáw. Don't be so excessively vain. Indì mo siá pagpalam-agán sang hámbal. Don't talk too much to him. (see lám-ag, patámà).


panghilám-os

Hiligaynon

(H) To wash one's head and face. (Freq. of lám-os).


pát-od

Hiligaynon

Exactness, preciseness, punctuality; exact, precise, fixed, punctual, appointed (of time, prices, etc.); to do something properly, punctually, exactly, precisely, straightforwardly or to the point, without tergiversation, deviation or circumlocution. Pinát-od níya ang paglabô sang lubí. He slashed the coconut open with a well-aimed blow (hitting it in the middle). Pat-orá (-odá) ang paghámbal mo. Speak to the point. Ang íya pagabút pát-od gid. He came just in the nick of time, at the exact time, punctually, to the minute. Bilí nga pát-od. A fixed price. Táknà nga pát-od. A fixed hour. Appointed time.


rám-os

Hiligaynon

(B) Stain, soil; to stain, soil, make wet, bespatter, sully. Ginsábya na akó ti (kang) túbig kag narám-os akó. (Ginsábya níya akó sing (sang) túbì kag nalám-os akó). He splashed (bespattered me with) water on me and I got wet. Narám-os akó kang lalaó, hígkò, dugô, etc. (Nalám-os akó sang lúnang, hígkò, dugô etc.). I was stained with mud, dirt, blood, etc. Indì mo tána pagram-osón kang lalaó. (Indì mo siá paglam-osón sang lúnang). Don't bespatter him with mud. (see lám-os).


sábad

Hiligaynon

(H) Awkward, unwieldy, inconvenient, unsuitable due to too great length; to be or become inconvenient due to great length. Ilámpus sa báboy ang bastón, kay ang bagát (lám-ag) támà kasábad. Strike the pig with the stick, for the bamboo-pole is too unwieldy. (see ságway id.).


sagibín

Hiligaynon

(B) To fetch-, bring-, take-, along together with something else, to do or perform at the same time as some other work, do in one go. Sagibiná rúgya ang maléta ko. (Ulayhoná dirí ang ákon maléta). Bring along with you at the same time my suitcase or handbag. Kon magbakál ikáw ti kálò nga búntal sagibiní akó ti isará. (Kon magbakál ikáw sing kálò nga búntal ulayhoní akó sing isá). If you buy a búntal-hat, buy one for me too. Isagibín akó sa pagdará rúgto kang ákon páray. (Iuláyhon mo akó sa pagdalá dídto sang ákon humáy). Take along with you my rice. Indì ron akó makasagibín kang mga ságing mo, hay lám-ag ron kabúg-at ang mga kinárga sa trak ko. (Indì na akó makauláyhon sang ímo mga ságing, kay támà kabúg-at na ang mga linúlan sa ákon trak). I cannot take along your bananas, because the load on my truck is already too heavy. (see dungán, uláyhon).


súkò

Hiligaynon

Plenty, galore, abundant, excessive, exorbitant, too much, very much. Súkò kadagáyà karón ang mga páhò. Mangoes at present are plentiful. Súkò kamahál karón ang (sang) bilí sang ísdà. The price of fish is exorbitant now. (see lakás, támà, masyádo, lám-ag, dúro).


támà

Hiligaynon

Excessive, overmuch, very, too much, too many, redundant, super-abundant, inordinate, superfluous, exorbitant; to do to excess, to overdo a thing. Nagakáon siá sing támà. He is eating too much. Natám-an siá sang káon. He ate too much. Támà kamahál iní (siní). This is too dear. Ginpatám-an níya ang karabáw sang dáro. He overworked the buffalo at ploughing. Támà kalayô sang (ang) ámon naláktan (laláktan). We have walked (have to walk) very far. (see lakás, lám-ag, súkò, dúro, masyádo, túman, kaáyo).


(B) An exclamation of surprise and wonder. Probably a contr. of dílì tíaw. Tiyáu man! Why, this is too much! That is rather too much! Tiyáu, lakás man ang sinúgid ni Fuláno! Good gracious! What N.N. said was exaggerated! Tiyáu kabutigón kaná! (Indì tíaw ang íya kabutigón). He is a rightdown liar. Tiyáu kahánggud kang baláy nga diá! (Indì tíaw ang kadakû siníng baláy). What a house! How large it is! (see abáw, támà, dúro, lám-ag, etc.).


tódtod

Hiligaynon

To pluck, gather, break off (tobacco-leaves, etc.). Todtodá (-orá) ang tabákò. Pluck the tobacco-leaves. Todtodí akó sing tátlo ka dáhon sang tabákò. Break off three tobacco-leaves for me. Tinodtodán níya iníng isá ka púnò sing limá ka dáhon. He broke five leaves off this stem. (see pópò, ípò, páksì).


tulám-os

Hiligaynon

To wet, moisten, dampen, bedew, make moist or damp; to rain a little, rain just sufficient to make the soil a little wet or damp. Nagatulutulám-os gid lámang ang ulán. Very little rain is falling. Básì matulám-os ka sang (sa) ulán. You may get wet in the rain. Nagtulám-os ang íya mga matá. Her eyes were wet. She shed tears. (see lám-os, turám-os, talíthi, apókapók, dabódabó, paniríngan).


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