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mahínay

Hiligaynon

Slow, tardy, leisurely, unhurried, deliberate, noiseless, careful, tender, soft, gentle; dawdling, loitering, sauntering, laggard. (see hínay, pákok, búndul, mainamlígon, matinatápon).



agdayán

Hiligaynon

Slow, lazy; dull, stupid, slow of understanding. Agdayán siá sa pagtoón sa paghámbal sing ininglís. He is slow in learning to speak English. (see mahínay, malagway, etc.).


alagád

Hiligaynon

To wait for another to follow or come up with on the road; to wait dinner or the like. Ang madásig maglakát magalagád sa mahínay! The fast walker should wait for the slow one! Húy, alagadá (-ará) akó ánay. Hey! Wait for me. (see hulát, agád-ágad, angán, angán-angán).


ananáy

Hiligaynon

Quiet, noiselessness, tranquility; quiet, gentle, tranquil, noiseless; to do quietly or noiselessly, perform without bustle. Ananáy ka sa pagbángon mo, agúd índì makibót ang mga nagakatulúg. Rise quietly, lest the sleepers should be startled. Ananayá ang paghákwat sang kólon, agúd índì mabúong. Lift the pot slowly (carefully), so as not to break it. Iananáy akó ánay sa paghákwat siníng masakít nga táo. Please, lift this sick man gently. (see hínay, mahínay, inanáy, alugáynay).


balakì

Hiligaynon

To poise, to weigh in the hand, to judge or guess the weight of an object by holding it and moving it up and down. Balakía ang búgsò sang kárne. Weigh the piece of meat in your hand. Ginabalákì níya ang kabug-atón sang bombáy. He tried the weight of the onions in his hand. Figuratively: to balance, match. Ang bána nga mapíntas kag ang asáwa nga mahínay nagabalákì. The rough husband and the gentle wife compensate for each other. Ginabalákì sang Diós ang mga batásan sang magasawá. God balances the qualities of married folk.


búgsak

Hiligaynon

To put-, throw-, chuck-, down with some force, drop violently. Indì nínyo pagibúgsak ang baúl, kóndì ibutáng sing mahínay. Don't drop the box with violence, but put it down gently. Ginbúgsak (pinúsdak) níya ang bayóong kag nabúung ang mga botílya sa sulúd. He threw the bag down and the bottles inside broke. Bugsakí ang idô sing bató. Throw a stone down on the dog (with some force). (see púsdak, púgsak).


búklas

Hiligaynon

To snatch, tear away, grasp and pull suddenly, seize with a sudden or swift motion. Ginbúklas sang idô ang kárne nga ákon ginbítbit. The dog snatched away the meat I was carrying in my hand. Indî mo pagbuklasón ang mga butáng nga ginahátag sa ímo, kóndì batónon mo sing mahínay. Don't snatch things given you, but receive them gently, without haste. Ibúklas akó ánay sang hábul nga nasabláy sa alámbre. Kindly pull down for me the blanket hanging on the wire. (see sábnit).


dalók

Hiligaynon

Greedy, gluttonous; a glutton, gourmand; to be or become greedy, etc.; pagdinalók-to gorge, over-eat oneself, gourmandize, stuff oneself with food, eat greedily, voraciously, ravenously. Dalók nga bátà. A greedy child. Mahínay siá sa pagkáon sádto ánay, ápang karón nagdalók. He used to eat slowly, but now he has become greedy. Nagadinalók siá sa pagkáon. He eats ravenously. (see kágud).


hanáhay

Hiligaynon

Gentle, mild, soft, zephyr (of wind). (see mahínay, kanúnay, dupóydúpoy); wide, spacious, open, clear of obstruction, large (of a field, room, etc. see malápad, maálway, masángkad); to be mild, blow softly; to be spacious, etc. Ang hángin hanáhay or nagahanáhay. A gentle breeze is blowing. Hanáhay nga hulút. A large, spacious room.


layág

Hiligaynon

To sail, set out or forge ahead under sail. Nagalayág ang sakayán sa mahínay nga húyup sang hángin. The boat is sailing before the gentle breeze.


maágday

Hiligaynon

Slow; tardy, deliberate, plodding, laggard, slow-coach, dilatory, backward. (see ágday, mahínay, mabúndul, pákok).


mabúndul

Hiligaynon

Slow, dilatory, sluggish, tardy, laggard, not quick or swift. (see búndul, lágday, mahínay, pákok).


malágday

Hiligaynon

Slow, leisurely, deliberate, plodding, jogging, tardy, laggard, dawdling. (see lágday, malágway, mahínay, pákok, lamínday).


padás

Hiligaynon

Sharp, cutting, sarcastic, satirical, cynical, ironic, acrimonious, sardonic, withering, trenchant, incisive (of speech), rough-spoken, having a sharp tongue; to be or become rough-spoken, etc. Padás siá sing hámbal. He is rough-spoken. Nagpapadás siá sang íya panabát. His answer was cutting (sharp). He answered roughly. He retorted sarcastically. Mahínay siá sing hámbal sádto, ápang karón nagpadás na. Formerly he was gentle of speech, but now he has become quite churlish. (see parás).


pakiáw, pákiaw

Hiligaynon

A contract by which it is agreed to pay and accept a lump sum for the whole work; to make such a contract. Pakiawí siá sing isá ka baláy sang napúlò nga íya pagapatindogón, kay nagapapákiaw siá sa malúyag magpákiaw. Get him to give you the contract for one building of the ten he is going to erect, for he is drawing up contracts with all that wish to apply. Ginapasolabí sang ibán ang sóhol nga inádlaw sa pakiáw. Some prefer daily wages to a contract for the whole. Mapísan silá magpangabúdlay kon magpákiaw, ápang mahínay kon mag-inádlaw (sa inádlaw). They are good workers at a contract for the whole, but slow at daily wages.


pákok

Hiligaynon

A slow walker, slow-coach, slow of understanding, dull, stupid, ignorant; to be or become slow, etc. Pákok siá nga táo. He is a slow or dull man. Pákok siá sa paglakát. He is slow getting about. Napakókan akó sa íya. I consider him slow, he appears to me to be a slow-coach. (see mahínay, bulúk, kalóng, kagúng).


panalágan

Hiligaynon

Freq. of dalágan-to run, etc. Madásig (mahínay) siá sing panalágan. He is a fast (slow) runner.


panúg-an

Hiligaynon

Freq. of túg-an-to promise, make a promise, to engage to do. Ginpanug-anán akó níya sing mahál nga sóhol. He promised me a good salary or good wages. Ang madalás sa panúg-an mahínay sa pagtúman sang íya nga ginpanúg-an. He who promises in a hurry is slow to redeem his promise.


púlong

Hiligaynon

(H) A word, term, vocable, saying, speech; to say, speak, utter, express oneself. Anó ang ginpúlong níya? What did he say? Pulóngi siá sing mahínay kag matinahóron. Speak to him quietly and respectfully. Sa laín nga púlong--. In other words--. Mga pilá lang ka púlong ang íya nga ginhámbal. He spoke (said) only a few words. (see silíng, hambál).


púsdak

Hiligaynon

To throw down or drop with some force, push with impetus (boxes, parcels, loads carried on the shoulder, etc.); to ram, drive or strike against something with force. Indì mo pagipúsdak ang kahón, kóndì pahigdaón (pabutángon, pabatángon) mo sing mahínay. Don't drop the box, but put it down gently. Indì nínyo pagpusdakán ang salúg sináng mga sáko nga may sulúd nga bugás, kay básì mabálì ang síntas. Don't fling the sacks of rice down on the floor, for-the floor-beams might break,-you might break the floor-beams. Nagubâ ang baúl, kay pinusdakán níya siníng mabúg-at nga káhoy. The trunk was crushed, for he threw this heavy piece of wood on it.


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