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maguláng

Hiligaynon

First-born, heir, the eldest brother or sister; an elder brother or sister. (gúlang).



kamagulangán

Hiligaynon

(H) The eldest brother or sister; the eldest (first-born) son or daughter. (see kagulángan, maguláng).


rúgnas

Hiligaynon

(B) To wear out, use up. Ginarúgnas na ang báyò kang mánong na (kang ána mánong). (Ginasagúlay níya (Ginaságad níya sang usár) ang báyò sang íya maguláng). He is wearing out the jacket of his eldest brother. Indì mo pagrugnasón ang ákon kálò. Don't wear out my hat. (see sagúlay, dagumák, sarabóg).


sáhì

Hiligaynon

As well, equally, for the same reason, mostly used with pa. Nanáy, gintugútan mo ang maguláng nga manábad dídto, búsà tugúti man kamí, sáhì pa nga may lúyag man. (Nanáy, gintúgtan mo si mánong nga manábad rúgto, tî túgti man támon, sáhì pa nga may lúyag man). Mother, you gave permission to our eldest brother to go to the banquet, therefore allow us also to go, for we want just as much to be present. Pabákli man akó sing (ti) bág-o nga delárgo, sáhì pa nga mamiésta man akó (tákon). Have a new pair of trousers bought for me too, for the same reason that I too am going to assist at the feast. (see síhà id.).


tánglà

Hiligaynon

(H) To look up, raise the head or eyes towards heaven, lift the eyes. Tanglaá ang lángit. Look up to heaven. Itánglà ang ímo mga matá. Raise your eyes. Tinanglaán sang íya mga matá ang íya maguláng (mánong) nga nagsákà sa matág-as nga káhoy. His eyes were raised towards his eldest brother who had climbed a high tree. (see tukyáhaw, tukháyaw, tangâ, bayáw).


kinamagulangán

Hiligaynon

Seniority, etc. See kinagúlang id.


kagulángan

Hiligaynon

The eldest brother or sister. (see pangánay, kagurángan, kamagulangán).


kinagúlang

Hiligaynon

Seniority, priority of birth, state of being older. (see kinamagulangán, kinagúrang id.).