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libáyon

Hiligaynon

(B) The youngest brother or sister; a younger brother or sister. Libáyon ko siá. He is my youngest or younger brother. (see kalibáynan, mánghud, kamanghúran).



híras, hirás

Hiligaynon

To be stingy, give little, treat in a miserly way, be parsimonious, shabby, mean, niggardly, close, "penny-wise". Ginhirasán lang níya ang íya útud sang mánggad nga íla pinanúblì. He gave his brother only a small amount of the property they inherited. Indì mo paghirasán ang ímo libáyon sing tinápay. Don't treat your young brother so stingily in the matter of bread.


kalibáynan

Hiligaynon

(B) The youngest (a younger) brother or sister; the last or youngest child of a family. Si Pédro amó ang íya anák nga kalibáynan. Peter is her youngest child. (see libáyon, kamanghóran, mánghud).


kamasóswon

Hiligaynon

(B) The last child in a family, the baby of a family; youngest brother or sister. (see kalibáynan, libáyon).


mánghud

Hiligaynon

A younger brother or sister; not of age, minor; not ripe, unripe, immature, green (of fruits). (see libáyon, kalibáynan, línghod).