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lipót

Hiligaynon

Interception, circumvention, stoppage; to pursue and catch by a strategem, intercept, circumvent, take a short-cut or the like. Lipotá ang makáwat. Intercept the thief. Linipót níya akó sa dálan. He intercepted me on the road. Ilipót akó ánay sang ákon kabáyo nga nagadalágan dirâ. Kindly run around and catch my horse that is running away there. Kon sóndon nínyo iníng laktúran, básì nga malipót pa nínyo ang buyóng. If you follow this short-cut, you may be able to intercept and catch the brigand. (see bángan, bánggà, dakúp, lagás, siód, litâ).



ábung, abúng

Hiligaynon

To intercept, stop, catch (by crossing one's way, or the like). Pinaabúngan (Pinaabungán) silá níya sa mga táo. He had them caught by his men. He ordered his men to catch them. (see dakúp, lipót, bángan).


litâ

Hiligaynon

Circumvention, subterfuge, trick, cheating; to catch by crossing one's way, intercept, cut off, waylay, thwart, trick, cheat. Litaá siá. Intercept him. Nadakúp ang makáwat sang paglitâ sa íya sang polís. The thief was caught when the policeman crossed his way. Ginlitâ níla ang buyóng sa búkid. They intercepted the robber in the mountain. Kon magági ka dirâ sa laktúran saráng ka makalitâ sa binilánggò nga nalágyo. If you take the short-cut there you may be able to intercept the run-away prisoner. (see lipót, bángan, bánggà, balábag).


sámbat

Hiligaynon

To surround, intercept, cut off one's escape, head back, head off. Sambatí siá. Head him off. Intercept him. (see lámbat, lipót).


pasalipótpot

Hiligaynon

To steal-, sneak-, run-, away from work or duty, to leave secretly, play truant, shirk work, abandon one's duty. Indì ka magpasalipótpot sa (sang) ímo mga buluhatón. Don't shirk your duties. Sang nasápwan siá nga íya pinasalipótpotán ang pagtúman sang íya katungdánan dáyon siá ginpahalín sang íya agálon. When it was found out that he was in the habit of leaving work undone his master sent him away at once. Sang nabúksan ang gangháan pumasalipótpot siá kag nagpalágyo. When the door was opened he stole out and fled. (salipótpot).


salipótpot

Hiligaynon

To sneak away, shun or shirk, avoid labour, play truant, leave one's job, be lazy. Indì ka magsalipótpot sa trabáho. Indì mo pagpasalipotpotán ang trabáho. Don't shun work. Don't be work-shy. Don't be lazy. (see pasalipótpot, ligóy, támad).


amád

Hiligaynon

Lazy, indolent, slothful; to be or become lazy, indolent, slothful, slack. Ang amád nga táo amó ang isá ka táo nga may katámad. A lazy man is one who has the vice of sloth. Indì ka magamád. Dont get lazy. Walâ siá makapasár sa íya grádo, kay nagamád siá sa pagtoón. He could not pass his grade, because he was too lazy to study. Naamadán siá sa pagsímba. He is (was) too lazy to go to church. (see támad, ágol, agohós, ligóy, pasalipótpot).


buyán-búyan

Hiligaynon

To neglect, postpone, put off, procrastinate, disregard, pay no attention to. Dílì mo pagbuyánbuyánan ang ímo mga tulumánon. Don't neglect the performance of your duties. (N.B. This term is mostly used with the prefix pa-. Nagpabuyánbúyan siá sa pagkompesár. He neglected-, put off-, going to confession. Pinabuyánbuyánan níya ang pagtúman sang íya mga katungdánan. He shirked doing his duty. (see patumbáyà, pahámak, palántang, pasalipótpot).


labí

Hiligaynon

More, most, very much, in a higher or highest degree, exceedingly, especially, to exceed, surpass. Labí nga maáyo-or-labíng maáyo nga--. It is best-or-it would be best if--. Malúyag man siá magpadáyon sang íya pagtoón sa Ilóngílong, ápang labî pa gid sa Manílà. He wants to continue his studies in Iloilo, but he would much prefer to do so in Manila. Maghigúgma ka sa Diós labí sa nga tanán. Love God above all things. Ang mga labíng lutáw nga táo siníng bánwa--. The most prominent people in this town--. Sín-o sa íla nga duhá ang labíng but-ánan? Which of the two is more prudent? Ang íya nga kagayón daw sa dílì malabihán. It seems as if her beauty can scarcely be surpassed. Maáyo nga magdúaw ka sa íya, labí na gid kay--. It would be well for you to visit him, especially as--. Ang labíng madalî, labíng maáyo. The sooner, the better. Ang labíng malípot nga hámbal amó ang labíng maáyo. The shorter the speech the better. (see kapín).


ligóy

Hiligaynon

Laziness, indolence, remissness, negligence; to be lazy or negligent, to play truant; lazy, negligent. Ligóy siá nga táo. He is a lazy fellow. Indì ka magligóy. Don't be or become lazy. Don't play truant. Ang ibán nga mga mamumugón, kon walâ ang kapatás, nagaligóy lang. Some workmen, if there is no overseer, dawdle the time away or work very lazily. Ginaligoyán siníng mga bátà ang pagbúthò sa buluthúan. These children are playing truant from school. (see támad, amád, agohós, pasalipótpot). N.B. The verb is paligóy oftener than ligóy.


mabugô

Hiligaynon

(B) Short, etc. See malípot. (bugô-líp-ot).


paligóy

Hiligaynon

To be lazy, indolent, shirk one's duty, etc. (see ligóy, tinamád, pasalipótpot).


paliyán-líyan

Hiligaynon

Neglect, abandonment; to neglect, shirk, leave undone, abandon, leave. Indì mo pagpaliyánliyánan ang ímo mga buluhatón. Don't neglect-or-abandon your duties. Ginpaliyánliyánan sang mga bátà ang pagbúnyag sang mga tanúm kag nagsúgud silá sang hámpang. The boys neglected to water the plants and started playing. (see biyâbíyà, pasalipótpot, pabuyánbúyan).


pálya

Hiligaynon

(Sp. falla) Fault, defect, deficiency; break, leaving work, taking a day (or more) off, shirking one's duty; to shirk, stop (leave off) working for a time, default. (see lápas, palangán, pasalipótpot).


prásko

Hiligaynon

(Sp. frasko) Flask, bottle, gallipot.


sínuk

Hiligaynon

To intercept, catch, waylay; to pay a surprise visit, take unawares, come unannounced for an inspection, etc. Sang pagsínuk níya sang íya nga palangúmhan nasápwan níya ang madámù nga mga mamumugón nga nagpasalipótpot sang íla nga buluhatón. When he paid a surprise visit to his farm he found many workmen idle, absent, neglecting their work.


sulikáp

Hiligaynon

To sneak or slink away, etc. See salipótpot, pasalipótpot.