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makadámù

Hiligaynon

(H) Often, oft, frequently, ofttimes, many times, repeatedly, over and over again, again and again. (see dámù, masamí, masúnsun).



hímpok

Hiligaynon

To pant for breath, gasp, breathe hard (as one tired out). Sang pagtokád níya sa búkid nagdúlug kag naghímpok siá sing makadámù. When ascending the mountain he often stopped and gasped for breath. (see hápò).


láin

Hiligaynon

To be or become bad, worsen, deteriorate, degenerate; to be or become sick, ill, to faint, swoon. Nagláin ang íya batásan. His behaviour has changed for the worse. His character (habits) has (have) degenerated. Nagláin ang íya ginháwa. He swooned, had a fainting fit, lost consciousness, his condition has become serious, or the like. Ang nalaínan sang ákon buút amó--. What-grieves me,-I find fault with, is--. Magaláin inâ kunína. It will turn out bad in the end. Sing makadámù ang mga talapuánan nga maáyo sing kamunóan nagaláin sa katapúsan. Often societies that start well have a bad ending. Indì pagigkaláin sang ímo buút kon--. Don't take it ill (amiss), if--. (see láut).


masamí

Hiligaynon

Often, ofttimes, often-times, recurrent, many a time, frequent, many times; again and again, over and over again, repeatedly. Sing masamí áton mapanilágan--. Often we can observe--. (see samí, masúnsun, himánhimán, makadámù).


masáyo

Hiligaynon

Often, frequently; frequent. (see sáyo, masúnsun, masamí, makadámù).


masúnsun

Hiligaynon

Frequent, many times, many a time, often. (súnsun). (see masamí, makadámù).


pángkot

Hiligaynon

To ask information, question, interrogate, inquire. Pangkotá siá kon diín ang íya agálon. Ask him where his master is. Napángkot na siá sing makadámù, ápang walâ siá pagsúgid sang ginpángkot sa íya. He has been asked (already) many times, but-does not tell what is asked of him,-has not answered the questions put to him. Anó ang igapángkot mo sa íya? What are you going to ask him (about)? (see pamángkot, pamangkotánon, pakiána, pangutána).


tagúm-a

Hiligaynon

Soft, loose, not hard, good for farming (of soil); to be or become soft, etc. Tagúm-a iníng dútà. This soil is soft, is good for farming. Nagtagúm-a na ang ákon talámnan, kay nadáro sing makadámù. The soil of my rice-land is now quite soft, because it has been ploughed over many times. (see hómok, húmok, lúm-ok, yúm-ok, hábok).