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liwát

Hiligaynon

(H) Again, repeatedly, a second time; to do again, repeat; to change, retract. Liwatón ko ang ginhámbal ko kaína. I am going to repeat what I have said some time ago. Ginliwát níya ang pagbúhat sang amó nga butáng nga maláut. He repeated that wicked action. Nasilótan siá, kay ginliwatán níya si tátay sa pagbátok. He was punished, because he again contradicted Father. Ginliwát níya ang íya nga hámbal. He retracted his statement. He repeated or changed his statement (according to the context). Nagliwát siá sa íya ilóy. He took after his mother i.e. he is like-or-resembles his mother. (see liwán, súlit).



búhì

Hiligaynon

To bring back to life, raise to life, resuscitate, revivify, revive, restore to life; to be or get-free,-loose, to escape from confinement; to free, release, liberate, let go; to support, sustain, maintain. Buhíon mo ang bátà ko, kay kon índì, ambót sa ímo. Bring my baby back to life, for if not, I don't know what will happen to you. Ginbúhì liwát sang Aton Ginóo si Lásaro. Lazarus was raised to life again by Our Lord. Nakabúhì ang báboy sa tángkal. The pig got out of the sty. Buhíi (búy-i) ang mga báka sa buhián. Let the cattle roam about free-, loose-, in the pasture. Ginbuhían sang bátà ang píspis sa háwla. The boy let the bird out of the cage. Nabuhían na ang mga gintotón-an, ang mga binilánggò, etc. The students have been-dismissed,-given leave to depart (from the school), the prisoners have been set free, etc. Buhíi (búy-i) ang binángon. Release your hold on-, drop-, the bolo. Binúy-an (binuhían) níya ang tulún-an. He dropped the book. Siá amó ang nagabúhì sa íya mga ginikánan. He is the one that supports his parents. (see bánhaw, luás, gwâ, sagúd, agubáy).


buká

Hiligaynon

To break open, burst (of an ulcer or the like). Ang hubág nga ginpapálì sang manugbúlung nagbuká liwát. The ulcer that was cured by the doctor has broken open again.


holóy

Hiligaynon

Sweet, gentle, modest, downcast, mild (of eyes or looks); to have sweet, etc. eyes, have the eyes only half-open. Holóy siá sing matá-or-Nagaholóy ang íya mga matá. His eyes are only half open-or-He or she has modest, sweet or downcast eyes. Ginpúkaw ko siá, ápang nagpaholóy lang siá sang íya mga matá, naglísò kag tumúlug liwát. I woke him, but he opened his eyes only a little, turned round and fell asleep again.


kalíwat

Hiligaynon

Stock, family, inheritance, heredity. Nagasándig gid siá sa kalíwat. He is a chip off the old block. (see liwát).


liwán

Hiligaynon

Again, repeatedly, a second time; to do again, repeat, to retract. Liwanón ko ang ákon sulát. I will rewrite what I have written. Ginliwán níya ang íya batásan. He changed his habits. Indì ka magliwán mangáwat (sa pagpangáwat). Do not steal again. Liwaní siá sing isá ka kúpa nga bíno. Give him another glass of wine. Ginliwán níya ang íya hámbal. He repeated his statement. He changed his statement. He retracted his statement. (see liwát).


liwát-líwat

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of liwát. (see liwánlíwan, sulítsúlit, luwánlúwan).


pádios

Hiligaynon

To slip out of, glide out, escape. Nakapádios ang báso sa ákon kamót. The glass slipped out of my hand. Gindakúp ko ang manók, ápang nakapádios siá liwát sa ákon kamót. I caught the chicken, but it escaped again from my grasp. Andam ka, agúd índì makapádios ang líbro nga ginabása mo. Take care not to let the book you are reading slip out of your hand. (see palús, pádlus).


súlit

Hiligaynon

To repeat, do (over) again, iterate, reiterate, recur, revert, resume. Sulíton mo ang pagbása sang tulún-an. Sulítan mo sang bása ang tulún-an. Read the book once more. (see liwán, liwát).


tábò

Hiligaynon

To meet, come together, fall in with, encounter, arrive. Buás matábò kitá sa íya baláy. To-morrow we shall meet at his house. Kon magkarí ikáw liwát dirí, tabóon mo nga madámù ang búnga sang páhò. If you come here again, try to arrive at a time when there are many mangoes. Kahápon nagtábò (nagtaboáy, nagtabóay) kamí ni Hosé sa minurô nga N.N. Joseph and myself chanced to meet yesterday in the village of N.N. Tabóon mo lang akó dirí sa ádlaw nga Huébes, kay magaupúd akó sa ímo. Meet me here on Thursday and I shall go along with you. (see tabô).


tángkol

Hiligaynon

A stout strong piece of rope, wood, iron, or the like; anything giving strength or security; leash, rope, tether (for dogs, pigs, cows, etc.); fetter, shackle, gyve, manacles (for prisoners, etc.); strait-jacket, strait-waistcoat (for lunatics); to secure, make firm, tie or bind together, to leash, tether, shackle, fetter, manacle. Tangkolí ang kawáyan kag ipaánod sa subâ. Bind the bamboos together and float them down the river. Itángkol sa kamót sang buyóng iníng talikalâ nga salsálon. Secure the hands of the robber with this iron chain. Tinangkolán ko na ang karabáw nga índì na makabúhì liwát. I have now tethered the buffalo in such a way that it cannot escape any more. (see gápus, gapús, higót, gáid, góos).


ulî

Hiligaynon

Again, a second time. Nagpakasál na man siá ulî sa kay Fulána. He married again; this time he married N.N. The second time he married (having been married before) Miss N.N. Nagbúhat siá sinâ ulî. He did it again. (see liwán, liwát).


ulî

Hiligaynon

Again, a second time. Nagpakasál na man siá ulî sa kay Fulána. He married again; this time he married N.N. The second time he married (having been married before) Miss N.N. Nagbúhat siá sinâ ulî. He did it again. (see liwán, liwát).


umán

Hiligaynon

(B) To repeat, iterate, do again, reiterate; to change, alter, retract. Indì ka na magumán sa pagpanúmbag (magpanúmbag) sa búgtò mo. (Indì ka na magliwát magpanúmbag a ímo útud). Don't box your brother again. Umaná (Liwaná) ang pagpanóktok, hay warâ kabatî (kay walâ makabatî) ang tagbaláy. Knock (the door) again, for the owner has not heard it. Umaná ang tábas kang báyò ko, hay índì tákon kaúyon kará (kariá, kadyá). (Liwaná ang tábas sang ákon báyò, kay índì akó sinâ makaúyon). Alter (Change) the cut of my dress (coat, jacket), for I don't like it. (see liwán, liwát, laín, túhay).


umán

Hiligaynon

(B) To repeat, iterate, do again, reiterate; to change, alter, retract. Indì ka na magumán sa pagpanúmbag (magpanúmbag) sa búgtò mo. (Indì ka na magliwát magpanúmbag a ímo útud). Don't box your brother again. Umaná (Liwaná) ang pagpanóktok, hay warâ kabatî (kay walâ makabatî) ang tagbaláy. Knock (the door) again, for the owner has not heard it. Umaná ang tábas kang báyò ko, hay índì tákon kaúyon kará (kariá, kadyá). (Liwaná ang tábas sang ákon báyò, kay índì akó sinâ makaúyon). Alter (Change) the cut of my dress (coat, jacket), for I don't like it. (see liwán, liwát, laín, túhay).


aliwatán

Hiligaynon

The wrist. Taknáan nga sa aliwatán. A wrist-watch, wristlet-watch.


hiliwatón

Hiligaynon

(H) Preparations, things to be made ready. (see híwat, hilimosón, hilikotón).


kaliwát

Hiligaynon

See kaliwâ.


kaliwátan

Hiligaynon

Generation, progeny, offspring, descendants. (see kalíwat).


liwatán

Hiligaynon

The wrist.


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