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agád

Hiligaynon

Notwithstanding, in spite of, still, but yet, contrary to what one would expect, in defiance of all one would be led to believe. Nagpaninguhâ siá gid sa pagmánggad, agád namúsmus siá. He made great efforts to get rich, and yet he became very poor. Agád ginamligán ko ang ákon pagtikáng sa madánlug nga dálan, tapát gánì nakadúpyas akó. Although I carefully picked my steps on the slippery road, yet I slipped. Agád ginahingabút ang Sánta Iglesia sang íya mga kaáway, tapát gánì nagadúgang ang mga tumulóo. In spite of the fact that Holy Church is being persecuted by her enemies, her faithful adherents increase. Agád nahúlug akó. In spite of all I fell down. Agád napatáy siá! Yet he died! Who would have thought that he would die! (see tapát, hinonó-o).



anáno pa

Hiligaynon

Quite frequently this means: (and) as is (was) to be expected, naturally, consequently, of course, as a matter of course. Hubúg siá kag madánlug ang dálan, anáno pa nakadúpyas siá kag nahúlug sa pángpang sang subâ. He was drunk and the road slippery; consequently he slipped and fell down the bank of the river.


anáno pa

Hiligaynon

Quite frequently this means: (and) as is (was) to be expected, naturally, consequently, of course, as a matter of course. Hubúg siá kag madánlug ang dálan, anáno pa nakadúpyas siá kag nahúlug sa pángpang sang subâ. He was drunk and the road slippery; consequently he slipped and fell down the bank of the river.


liás, lías

Hiligaynon

To slip, skid, slide, slither. Nakaliás siá (ang íya tiíl) sa madánlug nga dálan. He slipped on the smooth road. Andam ka, agúd índì ka magliás sa bató nga nalumútan. Be on your guard, lest you should slip on the mossy stone. Figuratively: Sang pagkasúnug sang baláy ni Fuláno daw naliásan siá kag nalágyo lang nga walâ gid sing dalá bísan anó lang. When N.N.'s house burned he seemed to have lost his wits and he fled without taking anything with him, i.e. without saving anything. (see dúpias, dalín-as).


lúpgas

Hiligaynon

To rub, scour, clean, scrape, remove the slippery surface of a thing by rubbing it with dry corn-husks, the larger particles of rice-husks (lábhang), or any similar material. Lupgasí ang síli. Rub the eel to remove its slipperiness. Ang bínhì sang kakáw ginalupgasán, kay kon dílì madánlug kaáyo. Cacao-seeds are (usually) rubbed to take away their smoothness, for otherwise they are very slippery. Ipalúpgas sa íya ang túghud. Let him clean the túghud-fish. (see hínis which is more used for cleaning table-ware and kitchen-utensils).


matánlas

Hiligaynon

Smooth, slippery, easy to swallow. (see matalás, madánlug).


pangúbung

Hiligaynon

To grasp or hold another's hand, walk hand in hand. Nagapangúbung silá, kay madánlug ang dálan. They are walking hand in hand, because the road is slippery.


tapát

Hiligaynon

With determination, in defiance of, determinately, resolutely, in spite of, notwithstanding, nevertheless, however, yet, though, although, but. Bangúd nga madánlug gid ang dálan ginámlig níya ang íya pagtikáng; tapát gánì nakadúpyas siá kag nahúlug sa kalóg. On account of the slipperiness of the road he picked his steps very carefully; yet in spite of it he slipped and fell into the ditch. Dakû gid ang íya paghingamó nga magmánggad, tapát gánì namúsmus siá. He had a great ambition to become rich; he became, however, very poor. Tapát nga íla ginahingabút ang Sánta Iglésya, tapát nagadámù ang íya mga sinákup (tapát siá nagadúgang). They may persecute the Church, but she is ever growing. (see agád, hinonóo).


tikáng

Hiligaynon

A pace, step, stride; to pace, step, stride, walk. Itikáng ang tiíl mo. Walk a few steps. Patikangá ang karabáw. Make the buffalo walk. Let the buffalo take a few steps. Magtikáng ka sing mahinalúngon kay madánlug ang dálan. Walk with care, for the road is slippery. (see túmban, patóng, lakát, tápak, lápak, pánaw).