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mádmad

Hiligaynon

To become fully awake, wide-awake, to get one's thoughts clear, to wake up. Walâ pa siá makamádmad kag namáhaw na. He is not yet quite awake and has taken breakfast already. Nakamádmad na ikáw-or-namadmarán na ikáw? Are you now wide-awake, are you quite clear in your head? (see marásmas).



marásmas

Hiligaynon

To be wide (fully) awake, be awake to, to grasp, comprehend, understand, take in, take. Walâ siá makamarásmas sang ákon nga gin silíng. He could not understand what I said. Namarasmasán níya ang tanán nga ginpaháyag ni Fuláno. He comprehended all that N.N. expounded. Namarasmasán akó sang dídto na akó sa baláy. I recovered my senses when I got to the house. (see marámad, mádmad, hangúp, hántup, balintúnod, áto, sáyod, másngà).


pamádmad

Hiligaynon

Freq. and Caus. of mádmad. To get quite awake, become wide awake, wake up, get one's head clear after sleep. Pamádmad ka ánay. First get fully awake. Kán-a iní sa pagpamádmad sa ímo (agúd ka mamadmarán). Eat this in order to get quite awake. Ginaróti siá, kay naggwâ sa hangínan nga walâ makapamádmad. He fell ill (had a fit or swoon), because he went out into the breezy air before he was quite awake (i.e. he did not stay long enough in the room after awaking from sleep, but rose and immediately went out in the fresh air).


talimádmad

Hiligaynon

To understand, take in, comprehend, grasp, have a clear idea of, be well aware of. Walâ siá makatalimádmad sang nahanabû. He had no clear idea of what had happened. (see mádmad, marásmas, sáyod, hangúp, hibaló).