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libát

Hiligaynon

Squinting, cross-eyed, having a cast in the eye, swivel-eyed; squint, become cross-eyed, to look askance. Naglibát siá gíkan sa balatían. He became cross-eyed through sickness. (see lisíng).



balisíng

Hiligaynon

Squinting; cross-eyed; to squint, look askance. Balisíng or nagabalisíng siá. He squints (see libát).


dúling

Hiligaynon

Squinting; open-eyed; to squint. (see balisíng, libát, kírhat).


kalibát

Hiligaynon

Squinting, squint, condition of one who is cross-eyed. (see libát).


lisíng

Hiligaynon

Squinting, cross-eyed, swivel-eyed, affected with strabismus; to squint, develop a squint. Naglisíng siá. He developed a squint, contracted strabismus. Nalisingán akó sa íya. He appeared to me to be cross-eyed, to squint, to be suffering from strabismus. (see libát).


palibát

Hiligaynon

To squint, look askance, give a side-glance, look out of the corner (tail) of the eye. Indì ka magpalibát sa ákon. Indì mo akó pagpalibatán. Don't look askance at me. (see libát, lisíng).


Childish, silly, in one's second childhood. (see ulianón, urumánon, ayopáka).


Childish, silly, in one's second childhood. (see ulianón, urumánon, ayopáka).


maghilihátì

Hiligaynon

This term seems to be employed only after a negative particle (índì, dílì) and then conveys the meaning of: very loud, uproarious, boisterous, so as to interfere with any ordinary conversation, etc. Dílì maghilibátì nga ulán, dagúob, etc. A very heavy downpour of rain, a very loud thunderclap, etc. Waláy lábut sang índì maghilibátì nga sinínggit sang mga táo--. Notwithstanding the deafening shouts of the men--. (see batî).