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manipís

Hiligaynon

Thin, fine, light, flimsy (of paper, cloth, boards, etc.). (see nipís, madámol, madákmol-thick).



bángil

Hiligaynon

To prop, support, put in, or under, something a prop or wedge of wood, stone, etc. in order to heighten, tighten or steady things. Bangíli ang tiíl (kahíg) sang lamésa, agád magtádlong. Prop up the foot of the table, that it may stand straight. Ibángil ko iníng káhoy sa lamésa. I'll prop up the table with this piece of wood, (in order to steady it, raise it on one side). Dílì mo pagbangílan ang aparadór sing isá ka bangíl nga madámol, ang isá ka manipís túman na. Don't put a thick wedge under the cupboard; a thin one is quite sufficient. (see písak, piíl-wedge).


dilgádo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. delgado) Thin, lean, lank, slender, gaunt, emaciated, fine, light. Dilgádo nga táo. A lean person. Dilgádo nga súklà. Fine, thin silk. (see maníwang, kalamanít, kanít, magamáy, magágmay, píno, manipís).


lupî-lúpì

Hiligaynon

To shake, sway, bend or flap to and fro, said of thin, broad objects. Ang manipís nga tápì nagalupîlúpì sa hángin. The thin board is flapping in the wind. Ginalupîlúpì sang hángin ang mga dáhon sang ságing, lubí, etc. The wind is swaying the banana-, coconut-leaves, etc.