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kalamag-ohán

Hiligaynon

(H) Novelty, modernity, novel or new-fangled things. (see bág-o, kamág-o, kamag-ohán).



kamág-an

Hiligaynon

Lightness, levity, airiness, state of being easy to lift or carry. (mág-an; see kabúg-at-heaviness.)


kamag-anón

Hiligaynon

See kamág-an.


kamág-o

Hiligaynon

Novelty, newness, freshness, something new or strange noticed or experienced for the first time. Kamág-o iní sa ákon. This is new to me. (I have never seen or experienced it before). Nagmasakít siá sang íya pagabút sa Mindanáw tungúd sang kamág-o. He became sick when he arrived in Mindanao, because he was not accustomed to conditions there. (see bág-o).


kamag-ohán

Hiligaynon

See kamág-o. Also: Things that have only lately been introduced, new fashions and styles and the like. (see kalamág-ohán id.).


mág-an

Hiligaynon

To lighten, be or become light of weight, to alleviate, relieve, ease, mitigate, assuage, levitate. Buhíni ang ímo lúlan túbtub nga magmág-an. Lessen your burden till it becomes light. Nagmág-an na ang ákon kalisúd-or-namag-anán na akó sang ákon kalisúd. My trouble has now become easy to bear. Mag-aná sing diótay ang ímo dalá, kay támà kabúg-at. Lighten your load a little, for it is too heavy.


Married, the married persons. Ang mga mag-asawá. Those that are married. Married people. (see asawá, magtiáyon).


mág-o

Hiligaynon

See pamág-o-to be new to a place, etc. (see bág-o, hínlaw).


maganó, mag-anó

Hiligaynon

A verbal form of anó. With "bisán (kon)"-However--. Whatsoever--. Bisán (kon) maganó kadakû ang (sang) íya kinaádman--. However great his learning may be--. Whatever (whatsoever) the extent of his learning--.


magútud, mag-útud

Hiligaynon

Brothers, sisters, brothers and sisters. Ang mga mag-útud. Brothers and sisters. Iníng mga magútud daláyon gid lang nagasinúay. These brothers are always quarrelling. (see útud).


mamág-an

Hiligaynon

Light, airy, easy to bear or carry, not heavy or weighty. Mamág-an ang íya lúlan, pagbátyag, panghunâhúnà, etc. His burden is light, he is much better or feels only a slight pain, his mind is at ease, etc. (see mág-an, mabúg-at-heavy).


pamág-an

Hiligaynon

To lighten, make light, make bearable, to ease. Pamag-aná ang íya lúlan. Lighten his burden. Give him a light load to carry. Put a light load on him. (pa, mág-an).


pamág-ang

Hiligaynon

Corner, corner-stone; form or shape of one's molar teeth. (see bág-ang).


pamág-o

Hiligaynon

Freq. of bág-o-to make new, renew, renovate.


pamág-o

Hiligaynon

Caus. and Freq. of mág-o-to be or feel new in a place or position, not habituated, not familiar, unaccustomed, startled, surprised. Namág-o siá dídto. He feels new there, is not yet quite at home there, has not yet settled down there, feels strange in his new surroundings. Anhon ko ang pagpamág-o sa mga bisíta?-Pasud-aní silá sing ginamós kag pahigdaá silá sa salúg. What shall I do to startle (give a surprise to) the visitors?-Give them pickled fish (as a side-dish to rice) and let them sleep on the floor.


pamág-on

Hiligaynon

Freq. of pág-on-to strengthen, fortify, to be firm, decided, resolute, determined.


ágtà

Hiligaynon

Blackish, black, negro-black. Abáw, dáw ágtà ang bátà. Oh, the child is as black as a negro. Diín ka man mag-*ágtà? Where did you become so black? Naagtaán gid akó siníng áti. I consider this negrito very black. (see áta, id.).


apâ

Hiligaynon

Mute, dumb; silent, mum, speechless; to be or become dumb. Nagapâ siá sa hinálî. He was suddenly struck dumb. Ang mga apâ nagainapâ. The dumb (deaf and dumb) talk by signs and gestures. Gininapaán akó níya. He talked to me as one deaf and dumb, (by signs and gestures). Nagainapâ gid lang si Fuláno dirâ sa higád. N.N. just keeps silent there in the corner. Naginapâ siá. He talked by signs and gestures. He said nothing. Makahibaló ikáw mag-inapâ? Do you know how to talk like the deaf and dumb? Can you converse by signs and gestures? (see ágbà).


áway

Hiligaynon

Fight, battle, struggle, conflict, fray, strife, contention, tussle, scuffle, scrimmage, encounter, fighting, quarrelling, war, combat; to fight, quarrel, come to blows, go to war, etc. Nagaáway silá. They are fighting or quarrelling. Nagakaáway silá. They are enemies. Dílì kamó mag-ináway or mag-ilináway. Don't fight or quarrel amongst yourselves. Anó ang ginawáyan nínyo kahápon sang hápon? What were you quarrelling about yesterday evening? Awáyon ko gid siá. I am certainly going to fight him. Tápus na ang dakû nga áway sa Orópa. The great war in Europe is finished. (see kaáway, kaawáyan, kaawayón, mangangawáy, ális, árnis, bagâ, bángig, banggiánay, etc.).


hínlaw

Hiligaynon

(B) To feel unsettled in a new place, feel the effects of having been transferred or transplanted to new soil. Nahínlaw akó. I do not feel at home yet-or-I am not yet accustomed to the place. Indì ka magkádto sa malayô, kay básì mahínlaw ka. Don't go far away, for you may have difficulty in becoming accustomed to new surroundings-or-you may feel home-sick. Indì mo paghalínon dídto ang mga kamátis, kay básì mahínlaw. Don't remove the tomato plants from there, for they may not take kindly to another soil. (see hídlaw, pamág-o, mág-o).


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