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matám-is

Hiligaynon

Sweet, sugary, syrupy, delectable (of food and drink); delightful, delicious, pleasant (of music, smells and feelings); kind, gentle, tender (of speech, disposition and sentiments); pleasing, beautiful, nice, pretty (to see). (tám-is). (see marímis).



alabá-ab

Hiligaynon

Moderate warmth, tepidity, lukewarmness; to be or become warm, lukewarm, tepid. Ang alabá-ab sang gúgma, sang sílak sang ádlaw, etc. The (mild, soft) warmth of love, of the rays of the sun, etc. Ang sópas nga maínit kaína, nagalabá-ab na. The soup that was hot a while ago is lukewarm now or has become tepid. Paalaba-ába lang ang túbig, índì mo pagpainíton gid. Make the water only lukewarm, do not make it quite hot. Naalaba-ában ang íya nga dúghan sang matám-is nga handumánan. His heart waxed warm with sweet recollections. Padálhi akó sing ísa ka báso nga tsa nga maalabá-ab. Get somebody to fetch me a glass of lukewarm tea.


álò

Hiligaynon

Act of endearment, caressing, fondling; to caress, fondle, pet; to give children something to eat, treat with great kindness or tenderness. Alóa ang bátà. Caress the baby. May tinápay akó nga iálò ko sa bátà. I have some bread for the baby. Alói ang bátà sing matám-is. Treat the baby to some sweetmeats. (see dálò, palánggà).


ámba

Hiligaynon

To sing, chant, troll, choir. Maáyo siá magámba. She is a good singer. Makahibaló ka magámba siníng bág-o nga kalantáhon? Do you know how to sing this new song? Ginambahán níya kitá sang íya matám-is nga pagpaníngug. She sang to us in her sweet voice. Kon ímo ambahón iníng kalantáhon ákon pagaúpdan sa piáno ang ímo ambahánon. If you sing this song I will accompany you on the piano. Iámba akó siní. Sing this for me, please. (see kánta).


aningál

Hiligaynon

Echo; to hear an echo. Ginaaningál ko ang matám-is níya nga tíngug. I hear the echo of his (her) sweet voice. (see aniníngal).


apóhap-apóhap

Hiligaynon

(B) To coax, bamboozle, blarney, humbug, persuade, wheedle, "use soft soap", ingratiate oneself with, treat with sweet and kind words; to stroke very lightly. Ginapóhap-apohápan níya ang mga pumilílì sing matám-is nga mga púlong kag makalulúyag nga mga túg-an. He coaxed the electors by sweet words and attractive promises. Iapóhap-apóhap sa íya iníng búlbul. Stroke him with this feather.


bakî-bákì

Hiligaynon

To divide into shares or portions, to portion out, (particularly said of meat or fish for sale); to ponder or weigh well, think it over. Bakìbakíon mo ang ímo buót agúd índì ka matám-an sang kalisúd. Ponder or consider everything well that you may not be overwhelmed with difficulties. Bakîbakía ang kárne, ísdà, etc. Divide the meat, fish, etc. into portions (of about equal size), (see báhin, huláy, párti, timbángtímbang, sibôsibò, bìnágbínag, katákáta).


bankíya

Hiligaynon

(Probably from the Sp. banca). To help or join another in any work or undertaking, to contribute part of the expenses or capital involved in any scheme. Bankiyáhi akó sa paggásto siníng baláy nga ákon ginapatíndog. Help me to defray the expenses for the house I am having built. Ibankíya sa ákon ang ímong báka, agúd nga índì matám-an sang trabáho ang ákon karabáw. Assist me with your ox, lest my buffalo should be overworked. Ginbankíya níya sa ákon ang isá ka gatús ka mángmang sa ákon komérsyo. He helped me in my business with a contribution of one hundred pesos. (see búlig, tábang, ámot, búylog).


dólse

Hiligaynon

(Sp. dulce) Sweetmeat, dessert; preserved fruit, jam, jelly, sweet, candy. (Any sugared dish may be called a "dólse"; see matám-is, marímis, hingúndang, hinungá).


háplas

Hiligaynon

To dab, smear, put on, overspread with something unctuous or adhesive, salve, rub in an ointment or the like. Haplasí siá sing lánggaw. Rub him with vinegar. Iháplas sa íya iníng lána. Rub this coconut-oil on him. May inogháplas kamó sa síkmat? Have you any ointment for back-ache? (Metaphorically: Hinaplasán níya siá sing mga hámbal nga matám-is. He "rubbed him down" with soft words. He "softsoaped" him). (see pálhit, hapúlas, apóhap, unís, odót, etc.).


lágit

Hiligaynon

To enter deep, sink deep, penetrate, permeate, pierce. Naglágit sa ákon tagiposóon ang íya nga láygay. His sermon sank deep into my heart. Nalagítan ang ákon dúghan siníng matám-is nga kalantáhon. This sweet song went to my heart. Ang kanámit siníng mga kalan-ónon nagalágit sa ákon kaugatán. The deliciousness of this pastry penetrates my whole frame. (see salópsop, salúgsug, látum, tudúk, húgum, húpug, kágit, lúgit, dulút).


lanát

Hiligaynon

To covet, look longingly or wistfully upon, stare at with greedy eyes. Ang mga matá níya nagalanát sa mga páhò. His eyes are looking longingly at the mangoes. Ginalanatán sang mga matá sang bátà ang matám-is nga kalanónon. The boy is staring with greedy eyes at the sweet pastry. Indì nínyo paglanatán sang ínyo mga matá ang mga pagkáon sa látok. Don't stare with greedy eyes at the food on the table. Indì mo pagilanát ang ímo mga matá sa mga bibínka. Don't cast greedy looks on the bibinca-cakes.


látum

Hiligaynon

To enter deep, penetrate, permeate, sink into, soak in, be absorbed. Naglátum na ang íya balatían, kay walâ níya pagbúlnga sa gilayón. His sickness has now taken firm hold, for he did not apply remedies at once. Nagalátum sa ákon tagiposóon ang íya matám-is nga láygay. His sweet counsels are penetrating or touching my heart. Nalatúman (nalátman) akó siníng mga kalisúd. These troubles have touched me to the quick, have entered deep into my soul. Ang dálit sang mán-og naglátum na sa íya kaugatán. The snake poison has now permeated his veins. (see tudúk, turúk, salúpsup, kágit, etc.).


lipód

Hiligaynon

To screen, stand between, bar, block, close the view of, hide behind, conceal, cover, cloak, veil; a screen, etc. Ang kawáyan nagalipód sang baláy-or-ang baláy ginalípdan sang kawáyan. The house is hidden behind the bamboo. The bamboo screens the house. Ang tíktik nalípdan sang madábung nga mga káhuy. The spy was concealed behind the dense foliage of trees. Ang amó nga minurô ginalibútan kag ginalípdan sing búg-os sang mga kawáyan. That village is completely surrounded and closed to view by bamboos. Palípdi ang nabagátnan sang ímo baláy sing mga akásya, kay ábong gid sa hángin. Hide the southside of your house behind acacias, for it is too much exposed to the wind. Ang íla nga binúhat índì na malípdan. Their deed cannot be concealed any longer. Ginlípdan níya ang maláin nga katuyoán sing matám-is nga hámbal. He covered his wicked design under a cloak of sugary or honeyed talk. (see lipón, lípon, tábon, tabón, gabún, hingabón, tágò, panágò).


marímis, marím-is

Hiligaynon

(B) Sweet, sugary, syrupy. (see rímis, matám-is, dólse).


mayám-is

Hiligaynon

Sweetish, rather or slightly sweet, less sweet than matám-is. (yám-is).


mayúyum

Hiligaynon

Sweet, delicious, delightful, delectable. (yúyum). (see matám-is, makawiwíli, makalulúyag).


sábya

Hiligaynon

To splash or beat against, (said of water, wind, etc.). Ang dágat nagasábya sa baybáyon. The sea beats (against) upon the beach. Ginasabyahán kitá dirí sang matám-is nga dupóydúpoy sang hángin. We are blown upon (fanned) here by the gentle breeze. (see dápya).


salígwatóng

Hiligaynon

(B) To twist or turn aside, deflect the aim, hinder a straight hit. Warâ mamúng-i ang mán-og, hay nagsaligwatóng sa kawáyan ang bastón ko. (Walâ matám-i (maígò) ang mán-og, kay nagalángálang (nakasángit) sa kawáyan ang ákon bastón). I did not hit the snake fair, because my stick was deflected by the bamboo. (see salipád, saligotóng).