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manámit

Hiligaynon

Savoury, tasty, nice, delicious, lovely, palatable, said of food and drinks. (námit).



ángka

Hiligaynon

To please oneself, do as one likes, eat, drink, etc. as much as one likes. Angkahán lang nínyo ang pagkáon, kay manámit kag dagáyà. Eat as much as you like, for the food is good and plentiful. (see kánkan).


fíno

Hiligaynon

(Sp.) Fine, nice, well made or done, elegant, beautiful, delicate, tasteful, exquisite, refined, polite, polished, dainty. (see maáyo, matahúm, maányag, magayón, makawiwíli, makalulúyag, manámit, magamáy).


guláman

Hiligaynon

An edible sea-grass. Láktan mo sing páhò ang guláman, kay manámit. Mix the "guláman" with mangoes, for it tastes well. (see aguláman).


íma

Hiligaynon

(B) To like to have, to like, desire, wish for, long for, covet, want, hanker after. Nagaíma siá siníng mga sapátos, bísti, dólse, etc. She would like to have these boots, clothes, sweets, etc. Ginimáhan níya ang ákon páhò. He longed for my mango. Kon magkáon ka sing mga manámit nga kalan-ónon, ang mga bátà magaíma. When you eat nice side-dishes, the children want to join in. (see lúyag, íbug, ílà, hingamó, híngyo, hándum).


íma

Hiligaynon

(B) To like to have, to like, desire, wish for, long for, covet, want, hanker after. Nagaíma siá siníng mga sapátos, bísti, dólse, etc. She would like to have these boots, clothes, sweets, etc. Ginimáhan níya ang ákon páhò. He longed for my mango. Kon magkáon ka sing mga manámit nga kalan-ónon, ang mga bátà magaíma. When you eat nice side-dishes, the children want to join in. (see lúyag, íbug, ílà, hingamó, híngyo, hándum).


láswa

Hiligaynon

Vegetables; dishes of vegetables; to use or prepare vegetables. Laswahón ko iníng mga balátong. I will prepare these vegetables as a side-dish. Laswahí si Fuláno sing dágmay. Provide N.N. with dágmay-vegetables. Linaswahán níla ang panyága sing manámit nga mga lalaswáhon. They got ready some very tasty vegetables for dinner. (see útan, ulutanón).


lúpag

Hiligaynon

To detain, distract, divert, to cause to forget everything else. Ginlúpag kitá dídto sang sugilánon. We were detained there by an interesting conversation. Naglúpag siá sa ámon sang íya manámit nga ambahánon. She diverted us with her sweet songs. Lupága silá túbtub sa hápon sa mga sarîsárì nga hámpang. Divert them till evening with a variety of games. (see dúpag).


malalím

Hiligaynon

(H) Tasty, delectable, savoury, toothsome, dainty, nice, palatable. (see lalím, manámit).


mananám

Hiligaynon

Palatable, tasty, nice, said especially of nuts (nanám; see manámit-tasty (in general).


ohón

Hiligaynon

An exclamation mostly used when showing or handing someone else things carried in the hand. Behold! Lo! Observe! Take notice! Ohón, ári dirí ang sulát. Look, the letter is here. Ohón may ságing akó nga manámit. Look here, what nice bananas I have got. Ohón, katahúm siníng taknáan, (nadaligán) natahumán akó siní. See how beautiful this watch is, I think it is a beauty. (see ohó).


ohón

Hiligaynon

An exclamation mostly used when showing or handing someone else things carried in the hand. Behold! Lo! Observe! Take notice! Ohón, ári dirí ang sulát. Look, the letter is here. Ohón may ságing akó nga manámit. Look here, what nice bananas I have got. Ohón, katahúm siníng taknáan, (nadaligán) natahumán akó siní. See how beautiful this watch is, I think it is a beauty. (see ohó).


pakáon

Hiligaynon

To feed, give food to, regale, refresh, give a meal to, nourish, dine (transitive), let-, give to-, eat. Pakán-a silá sing páhò. Give them some mangoes to eat. Pakán-a silá sa pínggan. Let them eat from plates. Ipakáon mo sa íla iníng bindonggáda. Give them this tripe to eat. Manámit ang ginpakáon níya sa ámon dídto. The food he gave us there was delicious. Pakán-i sa íla ang kárne. Let them eat (make a meal off) some of the meat. (pa, káon).


páklay

Hiligaynon

Bamboo-shoots cut up in thin slices, mixed with meat and fried in lard. Nakakáon kamí dídto sing manámit nga páklay. We had there a savoury dish of bamboo-shoots mixed with meat.


pánsit

Hiligaynon

A kind of maccaroni made of flour in the form of small flakes or wafers; to prepare or make that kind of food. Sagád siá maghímò sing manámit nga "pánsit". She is an adept at cooking "pánsit". Maáyo siá magpánsit. She knows how to prepare "pánsit" well. (see míki-similar to pánsit, but the disks (discs) or flakes are thinner than those of pánsit; míswa-a kind of very slender Chinese spaghetti or vermicelli; sutánghon-similar to míswa, but not so slender; bíhon-a sort of yellow slender vermicelli).


patiláw

Hiligaynon

Caus. of tiláw. To let, etc. taste. Ipatiláw sa ákon ang ímo páhò. Let me taste your mango. Give me a taste of your mango. Let me see what your mango tastes like. Patilawá man akó sang ímo manámit nga mamón. Let me also taste your sweet cakes. Kon índì ka maghípus patilawón ko ikáw sang ákon kamót. Be silent or I'll thrash you.


pórba

Hiligaynon

(B) (Sp. probar, prueba) Proof, experiment, trial, test, check; to make trial of, put to the test, to test, prove, try, taste. Porbahí ang sabáw kon manámit ukón malás-ay. Taste the sauce to see whether it is nice or insipid. Porbahí. Try it. Find it out by experience. (see tiláw, pruéba).


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).


tanók

Hiligaynon

The cooking or boiling of tubers, bananas, or the like; to boil tubers, etc. Ságing, maís, úbi, etc. nga tinanók. Boiled bananas, corn, úbi, etc. Tánki (tángki, tanokí) akó sing kamóti. Boil me some sweet potatoes. Tánka (Tángka) ang úbi, buhayán, etc. Boil the úbi, buhayán, etc. Iníng sárì nga ságing manámit gid kon tánkon, apáng malás-ay kon kán-on nga hiláw. This variety of bananas is very nice (tasty) when boiled, but insipid when eaten raw. (see talangkúnon, lâgâ, lapó, laúya, tíg-ang, bakól, bukál, pabukál).