Search result(s) - maáslum

maáslum

Hiligaynon

Sour, acidulous, sharp, acid, bitter, acerb, tart. (áslum).



aslúman

Hiligaynon

Sour, of a sour taste, applied especially to some fruit contrasted with sweet varieties of the same fruit. Aslúman nga súmbag, kabúgaw, etc. A sour tamarind, a sour pomelo, etc. (see maáslum).


haláw

Hiligaynon

To be anticipative of something unfavourable, fearful of what may be coming, in dread, apprehensive, fearful, faint-hearted, timid, timorous, shy, easily taking fright. Napatáy galî sí Fuláno?-Hóo, naghaláw akó nga daán sádtong íya balatían waláy sapayán sang pagsilíng sang madámù nga sa madalî magaáyo siá. So, N.N. is dead?-Yes, I had a presentiment (was in dread, saw it coming) at the time he contracted that disease, though many were of the opinion that he would recover soon. Ginhalawán níla ang amó nga mga páhò, kay, konó, maáslum, ápang amó tapát ang naúrut sang bakál sa tiénda. They thought those mangoes would not sell, because they were suspected of being sour, yet they were bought up to the last on the market. Nagahaláw siá sa pagtabók sa subâ, kay may bahâ. He is afraid to cross the river, for it is in flood. Indì ka maghaláw sa pagpanáysay sa íya sang ímo kinahánglan. Don't be shy to explain to him your need. Naghaláw (hinaláw) siá sang pagkakítà níya sang kabáskug sang láwas ni Fuláno nga índì na siá buót magdúmug sa íya. When he saw the strong build of N.N. he was so intimidated that he would not wrestle with him. (see hádluk).


íngà

Hiligaynon

(B) To forbid, prohibit, interdict, disallow, not permit or allow. Nagaíngà siá sa íya mga bátà sang mga búnga nga maáslum. He does not allow his children to eat unripe fruit. Ginaingáan inâ. It is forbidden. Ginaingáan sang tagíya ang pagkúhà sináng mga búnga. The owner forbids the taking of that fruit. Ingái silá sa--. Forbid them to--. Indì mo pagkuháon inâ, kay íngà sang tagíya. Don't take it, because the owner does not permit it.


íngà

Hiligaynon

(B) To forbid, prohibit, interdict, disallow, not permit or allow. Nagaíngà siá sa íya mga bátà sang mga búnga nga maáslum. He does not allow his children to eat unripe fruit. Ginaingáan inâ. It is forbidden. Ginaingáan sang tagíya ang pagkúhà sináng mga búnga. The owner forbids the taking of that fruit. Ingái silá sa--. Forbid them to--. Indì mo pagkuháon inâ, kay íngà sang tagíya. Don't take it, because the owner does not permit it.


makisúm

Hiligaynon

(B) Sour, acidulous, acrid, acerb. (see kisúm, maáslum).


ngílo

Hiligaynon

(H) To be set on edge, have one's teeth set on edge. Nagngílo ang ákon ngípon siníng maáslum nga búnga sang sámbag. My teeth were set on edge by this sour tamarind. This sour tamarind has set my teeth on edge. Nangilóhan akó sináng línghud nga páhò. My teeth were set on edge by that green (unripe) mango. Ang búnga nga maáslum nagapangílo sang ngípon. Sour fruit sets the teeth on edge. (see nílo).


paungá-únga

Hiligaynon

(B) To do to one's heart's content, do as one pleases. Nagapaungáúnga gid siá sang káon sing páhò. He is eating mangoes to his heart's content. He eats as many mangoes as he likes. Walâ níya pagtugúti ang bátà nga magpaungáúnga sang mga búnga nga maáslum ukón línghod. She did not permit her child to eat sour or unripe fruit. (see paáyaw, kánkan, patúyang, pagusá, pasamíyang).