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masúnsun

Hiligaynon

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



bása

Hiligaynon

To read, scan, glance through, look-through,-over, pore over. Matámad siá magbása. He is too lazy to read. Nakabása akó sang íya sulát or nabása ko ang íya sulát. I read his letter. Dílì mo pagbasáhon ang mga líbro nga maláut. Don't read bad books. Ipabása mo sa íya iníng sulát. Give him this letter to read. Basáhi ang masakít nga táo siníng tulún-an. Read this book to the sick man. Abáw, daw táo ka nga walâ pagbása sang mga bág-o nga balítà. Well, you seem to be a man who does not read the latest news. (Note the accent in the two following examples). Daw táo siá nga walâ sing nabasahán. He appears to be a man who has read nothing i.e. knows nothing, has had no education. Masúnsun mabasahán náton sa mga pamantaláan nga --. We often find or read in the newspapers that --. (see balasahón-reading-matter, etc.).


gunô

Hiligaynon

A small fish resembling the "balinô". Ang gunô, balinô, kag tabagák ginaasinán sing masúnsun kag ibulád. The gunô-, balinô-, and tabagák-fish are often salted and sun-dried.


haláyhay

Hiligaynon

To suspend from a horizontal pole, throw over a bar or rod, hang, tie or sling to a spar; that which is suspended. Ihaláyhay ang mga maís, tabákò, etc. Hang the corn-cobs, tobacco-leaves, etc. on a pole. Nagahaláyhay silá sing maís sa idálum sang atóp. They are hanging corn-cobs on poles under the roof. Ang mga bagát, ághò, etc. ginahalayhayán sing masúnsun sang mga maís sa idálum sang atóp sang mga baláy. Bamboos, agho-poles, etc. are often used for hanging up maize-cobs under the roof of houses. May duhá pa silá ka haláyhay nga maís sa íla baláy. They have still two rows of corn-cobs hanging in their house. (see haláy, sáblay).


himán

Hiligaynon

Often, frequent, general, usual, customary; to do customarily, usually, frequently, generally, as a rule, (see masamí, masúnsun).


hípon

Hiligaynon

A kind of small fish, very thin and slender. Ang hípon sing masúnsun ginalusgusán. The hipon-fish is often cooked by the lúsgus-method (i.e. boiled in a nicely determined quantity of water).


imán-imán

Hiligaynon

Frequently, often, often-times, many times, repeatedly, again and again, time and time again. (see masúnsun, masamî, himánhimán).


imán-imán

Hiligaynon

Frequently, often, often-times, many times, repeatedly, again and again, time and time again. (see masúnsun, masamî, himánhimán).


ín-in

Hiligaynon

Diminution, lessening, deterioration, loss of quality or quantity. Sing masúnsun gingámit mo inâ nga báyò, ápang túbtub karón walâ gid sing ín-in; dáw bág-o gihápon. You have used that dress quite often, but till now it is not the worse for wear, it is still like new. Walâ gid sing ín-in ang kadalísay siníng lánggaw, bisán nasimbúgan na sing túbig. This vinegar has not lost its strength, though it has been mixed with water. Ang humáy dirâ sa tabungós daw walâ sing ín-in, gái nabuhínan ko sing duhá ka gántang. The rice in the tabungós-basket seems to have been left intact, though as a matter of fact I have taken two gantas from it. Also, but seldom, used as a verb: Indì magín-in iníng salsálon, bató nga bantíling, etc. This iron, solid stone, etc., will not wear out, will not rust, crumble, lose strength or the like. (see búhin, íban).


ín-in

Hiligaynon

Diminution, lessening, deterioration, loss of quality or quantity. Sing masúnsun gingámit mo inâ nga báyò, ápang túbtub karón walâ gid sing ín-in; dáw bág-o gihápon. You have used that dress quite often, but till now it is not the worse for wear, it is still like new. Walâ gid sing ín-in ang kadalísay siníng lánggaw, bisán nasimbúgan na sing túbig. This vinegar has not lost its strength, though it has been mixed with water. Ang humáy dirâ sa tabungós daw walâ sing ín-in, gái nabuhínan ko sing duhá ka gántang. The rice in the tabungós-basket seems to have been left intact, though as a matter of fact I have taken two gantas from it. Also, but seldom, used as a verb: Indì magín-in iníng salsálon, bató nga bantíling, etc. This iron, solid stone, etc., will not wear out, will not rust, crumble, lose strength or the like. (see búhin, íban).


kanúnay

Hiligaynon

Often, continual, frequent. (This seems to be a Cebuano term; see masamí, masúnsun, himánhimán, imánimán).


láygay

Hiligaynon

Admonition, exhortation, sermon, counsel, advice; to admonish, advise, exhort, enjoin, preach, counsel. Laygayí siá. Exhort or admonish him. Iláygay sa íla ang mga sógò sang Diós. Explain to them and exhort them to observe the commandments of God. Instruct them in the divine precepts. Nakabatî ikáw sang láygay sang Párì? Did you hear the priest's sermon? Indì siá magpaláygay. He will not listen to advice. Ginláygay ko inâ sa íya sing masúnsun, ápang walá siá magsapák sang ákon nga láygay. I often advised him to that effect, but he would not listen to my advice. (see túdlò, panúgyan, badlong, sáysay, etc.).


libó-líbo

Hiligaynon

Palibó-líbo is usually employed in the meaning of: to ponder-, think over-, consider-, well, to reflect upon, muse. Pinalibólíbo níla inâ sing masúnsun, agúd dílì mapas-awán ang íla ginahándum nga katuyoán. They frequently thought over (meditated, ruminated, reflected, mused, dwelt on) it, so that their cherished plan might not be frustrated. (see painóíno, pasinó, basóbáso, panghunâhúnà, pamalándong).


madátà

Hiligaynon

Enduring, lasting, long, continual; much, plentiful, abounding, abundant. (dátà). (see masamí, masayón, masúnsun, bugánà, dagáyà, etc.).


makadámù

Hiligaynon

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


malí-máli

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of malí. Also: to insinuate, hint at, use indirect language, enlighten another's mind by allusions, speak in parables, often practised by one who wishes to obtain a favour from another or to come to an agreement, to throw out a "polite hint" in a round-about way. Ginmalímalíhan níya kamí nga ang íya nónoy buút mangasáwa sa ámon índay. He politely insinuated that his son wants to marry our daughter. Malímalíha ang paghámbal mo sa íla. Talk to them with polite insinuations or allusions. Nagamalímáli silá nga buút magsímpon sa ámon sang íla anák. They are insinuating their desire or wish of having their boy stay with us. Masúnsun ang hámbal sang Aton Ginúo malímáli. Our Lord often spoke in parables.


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).


panímba

Hiligaynon

Freq. of símba-to go to church, assist at Mass. Way and manner of assisting at Mass. Ang mga pumulúyò siníng bánwa mapísan magsímba, ápang ang mga nagadalá sing bátà sa simbáhan masúnsun nga lingáw ang íla panímba. The inhabitants of this town are good (active) church-goers (are assiduous in going to church), but those that take small children along to church are often very distracted. Ang íya panímba matinahúron kaáyo. He assists at Mass very reverently.


rawá-ráwa

Hiligaynon

Trifles, matters that are not to the point or are of no importance, addition, embellishment, flowers (of speech); to mention frequently, converse about, speak of, refer to constantly, talk about matters of little importance. Madámù siá sing rawáráwa kon maghámbal. When he talks he makes many irrelevant statements, "beats about the bush". Mga rawáráwa lang ang íya nga ginsúgid. He mentioned nothing of importance, uttered mere commonplaces or platitudes, spoke about trifles, was not to the point. Masúnsun siá nagarawáráwa tungúd sang íya nadúlà nga kwárta. He frequently talks about the money he lost. (see bulákbúlak, punípúni, móno, búkò, hámbal, wákal, búrà).


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