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lingô

Hiligaynon

Turn one's eyes upon, look sideways, glance aside, etc. See lingî, lingíg.



lingó

Hiligaynon

A little meat or fish or the like as a side-dish to the rice, etc. (see súd-an, dáplì, daráplì).


kalingó-lingó

Hiligaynon

Doubt, hesitation, questioning, incertitude, misgiving, distrust, suspense, indecision, vacillation. (see lingólingó, kalamalamahán).


lingáw

Hiligaynon

To be distracted, look about curiously or listlessly, divert one's attention, entertain, amuse; distracted, astray, lost, diverted. Indì ka maglingáw (magpalingáw) sa simbáhan. Do not be distracted in church. Ilingáw akó ánay sináng mga bátà. Kindly amuse those children for me. Ilingáw sa íya iníng hampangánan. Divert him with this toy. Lingawá siá. Distract, entertain or amuse him. Lingáw silá. They are distracted. (see lingô, lingî, lingíg, lísi, bangá).


lingô-lingô

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of lingô-to glance aside, etc. (see lingîlíngì).


lingó-lingó

Hiligaynon

To doubt, waver, vacillate, be in doubt or suspense. (see duhá-dúha, lamálamá).


alingóg-ngog

Hiligaynon

Dulness, dizziness in the head, want of alertness or keenness, from loss of sleep, after too heavy a meal or excessive drinking or the like; dizzy, dull, confused; to feel or become dizzy, lack keenness, etc. Alingógngog ang úlo ko or nagalingógngog ang úlo ko. My head feels dull. Butangì sing hinébra ang íya tubâ sa pagpaalingógngog sa íya. Put some gin into his palm-wine to make his head reel. (see língin, lingín).


balingón

Hiligaynon

(H) Small (sun-dried) fish. Also used as a verb. Ang gunô, balinô kag tabagák ginbalingón sing masamí. Gunô-, balinô-and tabagák-fish are often dried in the sun. (see báog).


bantilíngon

Hiligaynon

Pertaining to-, as hard as-, bantíling.


batóbantilíngon

Hiligaynon

Hard, flinty, stony, stone-hearted, obdurate, cruel, pitiless. (see bató, bantíling, matíg-a, mabangís).


bulíng-bulíngon

Hiligaynon

(H) A little dirty or soiled, rather dirty.


búlingón

Hiligaynon

(H) Soiled, dirty, grimy, smudged, begrimed, stained, dirtied, messed, sullied. Bulingón ikáw; palígos ka. You are dirty; take a bath. Bulingón ang kamót mo, segúro nangóot ka sa kólon. Your hand is dirty; surely you have been groping in the kettle. Bulingón nga panápton. Soiled linen, clothes to be washed, the wash, clothes for the wash. (buringón id.).


bulingót

Hiligaynon

Displeased, morose, stern, annoyed, dark-browed, vexed, put out, sulky, gloomy, glum, offended; to frown, scowl, knit one's brows, pull a sour face, lower, look-angry,-offended, to pout, sulk. Indì ka magbulingót. Don't make such a sour face. Ginbulingotán akó níya. He frowned at me. He gave me an angry look. He looked darkly at me. (see sulingót, suringót, súnggud, kolisáw, korisáw, buringót).


galalíngon

Hiligaynon

(H) Grist, that is to be milled or ground. May galalíngon pa ikáw nga tubó? Have you any more sugar to be milled? Maís nga galalíngon. Corn to be ground. (see galíng).


ilíngod

Hiligaynon

(H) A very frequently used plural form of íngod-to be near, side by side, etc. (see íngod, ingód).


ilíngod

Hiligaynon

(H) A very frequently used plural form of íngod-to be near, side by side, etc. (see íngod, ingód).


kaalingóg-ngog

Hiligaynon

Dizziness, confusion. (see alingógngog).


kalingó-lingohán

Hiligaynon

Apprehension of danger, hesitation, wavering.


kaugalíngon

Hiligaynon

Own, proper, private, personal, independent, peculiar, particular.


lingós-lingós

Hiligaynon

To lick, pass the tongue over. (see dílà, dílap).


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