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malisúd

Hiligaynon

Troublous, troublesome, irksome, hard, difficult to bear or suffer; very ill, at death's door, dying. (lisúd).



apritádo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. apretado) Tight, close; close-fisted, close, stingy, niggardly, miserly; difficult, hard to bear, miserable. (see gutúk, mapíot, lapígot, malisúd).


hanóklog

Hiligaynon

Pity, commiseration, condolence, sympathy, tenderness, mildness, compassion, clemency; to pity, commiserate with, condole with, take pity on, be tender, mild, compassionate. Nagakahanóklog akó sa íya. I pity him. Ginakahanóklog ko ang íya malisúd nga kahimtángan. I am touched at his sad condition. (see hinóklog, áwà, lóoy, ngír-o).


huyút-húyut

Hiligaynon

Bad, wretched, poor, miserable, hard (of times, seasons, etc.). Huyúthúyut gid ang karón nga túig. This is a very bad year, (a year of famine, misery, disease, or the like). Naghuyúthúyut ang karón nga panahón, kay nagmínus ang patubás kag maíwat kaáyo ang pilak. Times are hard, because the harvest was poor and money is extremely scarce. (see sarót, buísit, malisúd, hoyót-hóyot).


itín-ítin

Hiligaynon

To hint at, allude to, intimate, insinuate, make innuendos, make insinuations, give out obscure hints, speak in parables or similitudes intelligible only to the initiated. Indì ka magitínítin, kóndi maghámbal ka sing maáthag, kay makasaláklaw ang pagitínítin. Don't make insinuations, but speak clearly, for malicious hints are exasperating. Ginitinitínan (ginpaitinitínan) akó níya sang malisúd nga pagbátì sang ákon nánay. N.N. gave me some hints as to the serious illness of my mother. (see paitínítin which is more in use).


itín-ítin

Hiligaynon

To hint at, allude to, intimate, insinuate, make innuendos, make insinuations, give out obscure hints, speak in parables or similitudes intelligible only to the initiated. Indì ka magitínítin, kóndi maghámbal ka sing maáthag, kay makasaláklaw ang pagitínítin. Don't make insinuations, but speak clearly, for malicious hints are exasperating. Ginitinitínan (ginpaitinitínan) akó níya sang malisúd nga pagbátì sang ákon nánay. N.N. gave me some hints as to the serious illness of my mother. (see paitínítin which is more in use).


lisúd

Hiligaynon

Trouble, difficulty, distress, moral, spiritual or physical hardship; to be or to get in trouble, distress, etc. Nagalisúd na ang íya pagbátì. His disease is getting serious. Nalísdan kamí sang ámon pangabúhì sa karón nga túig. This year we have found it difficult to get a living. Dî mo igkalisúd yanáng mga butáng-or-dî mo pagkalísdan yanáng mga butáng. Don't take those things too much to heart. Don't allow yourself to be troubled by such things. Indì ka magpangalisúd sing lakás tungúd sang kamatáyon sang ímo útud. Don't grieve overmuch over the death of your brother. Nagakalisúd siá karón, kay--. He is troubled-or-in distress at present, because--. (see kalisdánan, kalilísdan, malisúd).


mangítngit

Hiligaynon

Troublous, boiling, throbbing, pricking, stinging, stabbing, gnawing, hard to bear or suffer. Mangítngit nga pangabúhì. A troublous or hard life. Mangítngit nga konsiénsya. A conscience that pricks. (see ngítngit, malisúd, mangótngot).


nanurúgnan

Hiligaynon

(B) Entrusted with, in charge of, burdened with the responsibility for. Malisúd karón ang pagkabuhî sináng babáe nga bálo, kay nanurúgnan pa siá sa íyang kabatáan. The life of that widow is full of difficulties and she is burdened yet with the care of her children. (see panúgon).


patúdok

Hiligaynon

To reflect deeply, ponder well, think profoundly. Nagapatúdok siá sang íya malisúd kag may gamó nga kahimtángan, agúd makadángat siá sing katawháyan sa madámù níya nga kasábà. He is pondering upon his hard and contentious life, in order to find a way of coming to terms in his many lawsuits. (see tudúk).


pigádo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. pegado) See píga, pikóta, malisúd, lapígot).


pikóta

Hiligaynon

Hard, troublous, trying, difficult, distressful. (see malisúd, pigádo, lapígot).


saól-sáol

Hiligaynon

Grave, serious, dangerous, critical, but not so grave as sánting; trying, hard, difficult (of conditions, life, etc.). (see sugúng, malisúd, pigádo, lapígot).


siní

Hiligaynon

(H) Gen. and Acc. of iní-this. For the Dat. and Ablat. "sa" is usually placed before it. Sín-o ang naghímo siní? Who has done this? Iníng kálò íya siní nga (siníng) táo. This hat belongs to this man. Sa súbung (subúng) siní--. At this time--. Now at once--. Immediately--. Sa siní nga kahimtángan ko malisúd ang ákon pangabúhì. In this condition (Under these circumstances) my life is hard. Sa tigaláni siní nga túig--. At the (rice) harvest of this current year--. Nasápwan siníng karón nga--. Lately it was discovered (found out) that--. May kabuangón pa nga maglabí siní kadakû? Is there any folly greater than this? Siní (Sa siní) nga paági--. In this way--. By such means-. Sang isá siníng naglilígad nga mga ádlaw--. One of these last days--. (see kará, kadiá).


talíbwas

Hiligaynon

To get loose, become separate from, get clear of, get out of a difficulty, to escape. Nakatalíbwas siá sa amó nga katalágman. He escaped that danger. Magpaningúhà ka gid, agúd makatalíbwas ikáw sa malisúd nga pangabúhì. Make great efforts to free yourself from such a wretched mode of life. (see talíbkas, talibás).


tám-is

Hiligaynon

Sweetness, delightfulness, deliciousness; to sweeten, to be, become or make sweet, delightful, sugary, honeyed. Nagtám-is na iníng búnga. This fruit has become sweet. Natam-isán akó sang íya nga hámbal. I found his talk very pleasant. He talked to me very pleasantly. Tam-isá (Patam-isá) ang mamón. Make the cake sweet. Sweeten the cake. Ginpatám-is níya ang ámon pangabúdlay sang manámit (masádya, makawiwíli) nga sugilánon. He sweetened our labour by pleasant talk. Malisúd ang pangabúhì nga waláy katam-isán. Life without joy is difficult to bear. Ginapakatám-is níya iní. He considers this delicious, delightful, glorious. He enjoys it, he gloats over it. (see hinám-is, panám-is, rímis).