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latáb

Hiligaynon

Film, cream, coating, scum; to gather cream, to cream, mantle, form a film or coating. May latáb ang gátas. The milk has creamed. Naglatáb ang túbig sa áwang, kay dúgay na nga walâ pagsag-ahí. The water in the well has mantled-or-become covered with scum, because it has not been cleaned for a long time. (see kútap).



hapáw

Hiligaynon

Superficial, on the surface; passing, insincere; to skim, take off the surface. Hapawá ang kán-on sa kólon. Take out of the kettle the top layer of rice. Hapawón mo ang hígkò sa túbig; or: hapawán mo ang túbig sang hígkò. Take the scum off the surface of the water. Ihapáw ang kutsára sa gátas sa pagkúhà sang latáb. Dip the spoon a litte into the milk to take off the cream. Hapáw gid lang ang ímo pagdáro; padútla gid ang arádo. You are ploughing only the surface; press the plough down deep. Hapáw man lang ang íya kaálam. His learning is merely superficial (not deep or thorough). (see salimpapáw, pakuláhaw).


kasaplídan

Hiligaynon

Skim, that which is taken off or removed as by skimming; gain, profit, emolument, benefit, advantage, interest. (see sáplid, latáb, gáhi, gáhab, láhab, túbò).


wayá-wayá

Hiligaynon

Scum, the film that forms on liquids like vinegar, pickles, canned (bottled) fruit, etc. (see kútap, kúlap, latáb).


balántik

Hiligaynon

An insect often found in sweet potatoes, etc. It causes the infected part to become very bitter and unpalatable. Kamóti nga binalántik. Sweet potatoes infested with the insect balántik.


báng-og

Hiligaynon

Decomposition, putrefaction, rottenness: to decompose, putrify, rot, spoil, go bad so as to be unpalatable or unfit, said of food. Nagbáng-og ang kán-on. The rice spoiled. Nabáng-og ang íla punsyón, kay walâ magabút ang mga inágda. Their banquet got spoilt, because the invited guests did not put in an appearance. Nabang-ogán kamí sing isá ka búgsò nga kárne. One of our pieces of meat became putrid. Indì mo pagpabang-ogón ang ísdà. Don't allow the fish to go bad. (see bagéu, pán-os).


biká

Hiligaynon

A kind of creeper, a wild vine and its fruit. Its grapes are small and not very palatable.


dáplì

Hiligaynon

(B) Meat, fish, poultry, etc. as side-dishes to rice; to have or eat such side-dishes. Anó ang gindáplì nínyo sa panyága? What side-dish have you got or prepared for dinner? Idáplì mo iníng ísdà sa panihápon. Prepare this fish as a side-dish for supper. Daplií ang kán-on kay malás-ay, kon walâ sing daráplì. Provide a side-dish for the rice, for without a side-dish it is unpalatable. Padaplií akó sing kárne. Get me some meat as a side-dish to rice. Nagdáplì siá sing manók sang pagpanyáya níya kaína. He had or ate a chicken when he took his dinner a short while ago. (N.B. Bread, biscuits, pies, tarts, etc. are called kalan-ónon; vegetables in general are called útan in H and láswa in B; see daráplì, súd-an, ikáon).


dúplà

Hiligaynon

(H) Spittle, saliva, rheum, sputum; to spit, eject spittle, expectorate. Indì ka magdúplà dirí. Don't spit here. Indì mo pagduplaán ang salúg, kay may dulupláan. Don't expectorate on the floor, for there is a spittoon. Dúplà ka sang minamâ mo or idúplà mo ang ímo minamâ. Spit out the betel-nut juice. Sín-o ang nagdúplà dirí? Who spat here? (see dulâ, durâ, lúad-to spit out unpalatable food, etc.).


hamúl

Hiligaynon

To desalt, diminish-, counteract-, lessen-, moderate-, the salty taste of pickled meat or fish by adding gruel, porridge or the like; any substance used for the purpose of desalting, as ground corn, gruel, rice-porridge, etc. Hamulí (Hámli) ang inasinán nga kárne sing maís. Add some corn to the salt meat to make it palatable. Kon índì mo ánay paghamulán (paghámlan) iníng binóro, daw sa índì ka makaít-it. Unless you first mix something mild with this salt fish, you will scarcely be able to stand its sharp taste. Anó ang ihamúl mo sa ginamús? What will you add to the pickled fish (to counteract its briny taste)? (see halamúl, halámlan).


labúg

Hiligaynon

To cook some kinds of fish, that otherwise would be unpalatable, by first boiling them, then tearing off or shredding the meat, adding various vegetables or spicy ingredients and at last frying the whole mixture in lard with some addition of water or sauce. Labugá ang pági. Cook the pagi-fish by the labúg-method. Nakakáon akó dídto sing linabúg nga bagís. I ate there some shark (cooked in the manner described above).


lúad

Hiligaynon

To spit out, cast out of the mouth, eject (unpalatable food, etc.). Ilúad lang ang mapaít nga búnga. Spit out the bitter fruit. Maglúad ka lang sang mga pásì-or-Ilúad mo lang ang mga pásì. Simply spit out the unhulled rice. Indì mo pagluádan sang ímo minamâ ang salúg, kóndì ilúad mo sa bintánà. Don't spit your betelnut quid on the floor, but spit it out of the window. Gintilawán ko iníng kárne kag dáyon nákon ginlúad sa bintánà, kay támà katíg-a. I tasted this meat and immediately spit it out of the window, for it was extremely tough. Sín-o ang nagdúplà dirí kag naglúad sang íya tilád? Who has been spitting and spirting his betelnut juice here? (see dúplà, dulâ, durâ, súka, panúka, súgpà, kúghad, pangúghad).


lunga-úg, lungaúg

Hiligaynon

Stale, bad-smelling, having a bad taste, flat, vapid, fetid, unpalatable. (see lungá-ug).


mabáng-og

Hiligaynon

Spoilt, rotten, bad, unpalatable, corrupt, putrified (of food, etc.). (see báng-og).


magána

Hiligaynon

(Sp. gana) Nice, savoury, tasty, delicious, delectable, dainty, palatable; relishing, having a taste or liking for; stimulating, exciting (whetting) the appetite, appetizing.


malalím

Hiligaynon

(H) Tasty, delectable, savoury, toothsome, dainty, nice, palatable. (see lalím, manámit).


manámit

Hiligaynon

Savoury, tasty, nice, delicious, lovely, palatable, said of food and drinks. (námit).


mananám

Hiligaynon

Palatable, tasty, nice, said especially of nuts (nanám; see manámit-tasty (in general).


mayágsim

Hiligaynon

Salty, brackish, bitter, unpalatable, disgustful. (see yágsim, matayám).


pa-ít

Hiligaynon

Bitterness; pain, grief; to be or become bitter; harsh, acrid, biting, pungent, sharp, unpalatable; be hard to bear, cruel, poignant, painful, trying, severe, grievous, distressing. Nagpa-ít iníng ísdà sa lakás nga asín. This fish has been made to taste like brine on account of using too much salt. Napa-itán akó siníng serbésa. This beer tastes bitter to me, is too bitter for me. Mapa-itán ka gid sang ímo kahimtángan kon--. You will have a hard time of it, if--. Your condition will be a trying one, if--.


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