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áohang

Hiligaynon

(áwhang), To lean or hang out of a window or the like, so as to be in danger of falling in a moment of forgetfulness. Indì ka magáohang sa talamwáan. Don't lean out of the window. Indì mo pag-iáohang ang ímo láwas, kay básì mahúlug ka. Don't lean out too far, for you might tumble down. Sang paglubás sang kátay gináohang níya ang íya láwas sa bintánà kag nagtingká-ub kag nahúlug. When the parade passed by he leant out of the window, lost his balance and fell. Kon walâ níya pagaohangí ang kátay, walâ man siá mahúlug. If he had not stretched himself too far out to see the parade, he would not have tumbled down.



dágsà

Hiligaynon

Drift-wood: to drift, float, carry-, bear-, afloat. Ang túbig nagadágsà sang káhoy. The water carries along the wood. Kon may bahâ madámù nga mga káhoy ang ginadágsà sang subâ sa báybay. When there is a flood, much wood drifts down the river to the beach. Iníng mga káhoy pulús gid mga dinágsà sang paglubás sang bágyo sang tinalíkdan nga búlan. All this wood was-drifted,-floated, here, when the storm passed last month. (see rórok).


gáwa

Hiligaynon

To observe, look at, view, gaze at, eye, keep an eye on, watch from a window or the like. Gawáha kon sín-o ang sa idálum. Look out and see who is below. Igáwa akó kon sín-o ang nagaámba dirâ sa hágdan. Kindly look out and see who is singing on the stairs. Dáyon lang siá nagagáwa sa bintánà sa mga umalági sa idálum. She is always looking out of the window to watch the passers-by below. Magbulúsbúlus kamó maggáwa sa gawáng sa mga nagalubás sa dálan kag kon ínyo makítà si Fuláno pahapíta siá dirí. Watch in turns from the window the passers-by on the road, and if you see N.N. invite him up here. Gawáhi sing sugâ ang táo dirâ sa atubángan sang baláy. Take a light and observe the man there in front of the house. Ginawáhan níya sing pasílak ang makáwat. He watched the thief by means of a flashlight. (see bántay, tíid, áwhog, áwhang, ánghaw).


háwà

Hiligaynon

To make room or way, open a passage, clear the course, give way, leave an open space, let pass. Háwà kamó, kay magaági ang trak. Make room, for the truck will pass. Hawáan nínyo ang alágyan sa tungâ sang simbáhan. Leave the passage free in the middle of the Church. Hawái akó sang mga táo, kay magalubás akó. Get the people out of the way, for I am going to pass.


hígin

Hiligaynon

To cleave, split, rend, tear, sunder, break asunder (cloth, etc.); open a way through a crowd, make a passage. Naghígin ang ákon dáan nga báyò, kay ginpapák sing lakás sang labandéra. My old jacket was torn, because the washerwoman beat it too hard. Higína ang mga táo sa dálan, kay maági ang trak. Part the people on the road for the truck will pass. Naghígin ang mga táo sa dálan sang paglubás sang prosisyón. The people on the road cleared the way when the procession passed. (see háwà).


hugánas

Hiligaynon

To roar, thunder, howl, to make a noise as of rushing waters, trees shaking in the wind or the like. Nagahugánas ang hángin sa baláy. The wind is howling through the house. Naghugánas ang káhoy nga napúkan, ang mga apán nga naglubás, etc. The tree came down with a crash, the locusts passed with a whirring sound, etc. (see hugpáas).


íkning

Hiligaynon

To tiptoe, walk on tiptoe, go about softly, quietly, silently, step carefully, warily, gingerly. Ikning ka dirí kay madámù sing dógi iníng lugár. Step carefully here, because there are many thorns in this place. Ikningí siá, kon maglubás ka, kay nagakatulúg siá. Walk softly when you pass him, for he is sleeping. Ikningá ang ímo pagtikáng. Step quietly, softly. Paikningá siá. Order him to move about quietly. (see tíid).


íkning

Hiligaynon

To tiptoe, walk on tiptoe, go about softly, quietly, silently, step carefully, warily, gingerly. Ikning ka dirí kay madámù sing dógi iníng lugár. Step carefully here, because there are many thorns in this place. Ikningí siá, kon maglubás ka, kay nagakatulúg siá. Walk softly when you pass him, for he is sleeping. Ikningá ang ímo pagtikáng. Step quietly, softly. Paikningá siá. Order him to move about quietly. (see tíid).


íplok

Hiligaynon

To withdraw one's head, dodge, duck, stoop down, step quickly aside, hide or conceal one's head, etc. Iíplok ang úlo mo, agúd índì ka maígò sang bató. Duck your head, lest you should be hit by the stone. Iplokí siá kon magtánglà sa bintánà. If he looks up at the window, step aside quickly. Giniplokán níya akó sang paglubás ko sa íya baláy. When I passed his house, he hid from me, (dodged me). (see óklò, óplok).


íplok

Hiligaynon

To withdraw one's head, dodge, duck, stoop down, step quickly aside, hide or conceal one's head, etc. Iíplok ang úlo mo, agúd índì ka maígò sang bató. Duck your head, lest you should be hit by the stone. Iplokí siá kon magtánglà sa bintánà. If he looks up at the window, step aside quickly. Giniplokán níya akó sang paglubás ko sa íya baláy. When I passed his house, he hid from me, (dodged me). (see óklò, óplok).


kaubásan

Hiligaynon

Vineyard. See ulubásan.


kórbot

Hiligaynon

To do something with sudden jerks, get restless with excitement, to puff, pull, draw, jump, curvet, etc. with quick movements. Nagkórbot ang kabáyo sang paglágpok sang láta. At the sound of the tin-can the horse suddenly began to jump. Kinórbot ang karabáw sang paglubás sang áwto. The buffalo stampeded when the automobile passed. Pakorbotá ang abáno mo, agúd índì mapatáy ang kaláyo. Puff your cigar quickly, or it will go out. (see hubót).


lapútyak

Hiligaynon

To spatter, bespatter; the noise or splash of mud, slush, water, etc. Magalapútyak ang lúnang, kon ímo lapákan. The slush will splash, if you tread (step) in it. Nabatián ko ang lapútyak sang lúnang sang paglubás níya sa ámon baláy. I heard the splashing of the mud, when he went past our house. (see lapútak).


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