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mangin

Hiligaynon

A contr. that often stands for magapangin-, magpangin-and (rarely) for nagapangin-. Indì ka mangintigúlang, kon índì nímo pagduláon ang maláut mo nga kaduyugán. You won't grow old, unless you give up your bad habits. Iníng dakû nga minurô manginbánwa kunína. This large village will finally become a township or Municipality. Sa dílì madúgay manginkabangdánan iní sang íya nga pagkapúto. This, before long, will be the cause of his bankruptcy, will make him bankrupt. N.B. Mangin-is also, but seldom, used to form nouns and adjectives, e.g. manginalámon-a wise man. (see nangin-).



manginalámon

Hiligaynon

A wise, learned, clever man, a doctor, sage, savant. (see mangin-, álam).


nangin

Hiligaynon

A verbal prefix. See mangin.


pangin

Hiligaynon

A prefix expressing mostly the idea of becoming, or being changed into, what the root implies. For magapangin-and magpangin-"mangin-is often used and for nagpangin-"nangin-". Pagpanginímol-to become poor. Nanginímol siá. He became poor. Iníng diótay nga tanúm manginkáhoy (magapanginkáhoy) kunína. This small plant will finally grow or develop into a tree. Indì ka na maginúm, kay manginhubúg ikáw. Don't drink any more, or you will become fuddled. Manginmatáy siá ánay sang sa magbúhat sinâ. He would rather die than do that. He prefers death to doing that. Nanginsúbung siá sa (sang)--. He became like--.


túpung

Hiligaynon

To be equal to, to equal, to be neither superior nor inferior. Nagatúpung silá sa kataasón. They are equal in height. Nagatúpung gid ang íla nga palangakóan. Their authority or office is the same. They are equal in authority or office. Ang íya pagkamangin-alámon matupúngan áyhan, ápang daw sa índì malabawán. His learnedness can perhaps be matched, but scarcely surpassed.