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matahúm

Hiligaynon

Beautiful, beauteous, seemly, bonny, good-looking, sightly, pretty, handsome, fine, charming, comely, nice, lovely, splendid. (see tahúm, maányag, maayóáyo, maámbong, madálig, magayón, mamahî)



matahúm

Hiligaynon

Nice, funny, queer. Matahúm kaáyo nga paghokóm iní! This is a nice way of administering justice!


alì

Hiligaynon

Liked, appreciated, cherished; attached to, partial to; to like, etc. Alì ko gid iníng kálò, tulún-an, pagkáon, etc. I am partial to this hat, this book, this kind of food, etc. Ginaálì or ginapakaálì ko gid iníng mga sapátos. I like these boots very much. Dáw sa dílì gid matahúm iní, ápang ginálì mo. This does not seem to be nice at all, yet you liked it. Alíon mo na lang ang bág-o nga huégo nga ginhátag sa ímo ni tíyà mo. Just try to be contented with the new suit that aunt gave you. (see lúyag, palánggà, úyon, wíli, pakamahál).


ámion

Hiligaynon

Fragrance, sweet smell, agreeable odour, perfume, scent; to be or become fragrant, sweet-smelling, scented, odoriferous. Iníng matahúm nga búlak walâ sing ámion (kaámion). This beautiful flower has no scent. Nagámion na ang hulút tungúd sináng mga búlak. The room became fragrant on account of those flowers. Naamionán akó siní nga búlak, ápang si Fuláno nabahoán. I like the smell of this flower, but N.N. dislikes it. Ang kalabánan sang mga búlak nga dirâ sa ámon pamulákan nagapangámion. Most of the flowers in our garden are fragrant. (see kaámion, maámion, pangámion, ámyon, hamút, humút).


ápang

Hiligaynon

But, on the other hand, yet, still. Maáyo ang kaálam, ápang labí nga maáyo ang matárung nga pangabúhì. Wisdom or learning is good, but an honest life is better. Matahúm man kuntánì inî, ápang-This would be nice, yet-. Ari na ang napát-ud nga ádlaw, ápang walâ sia magabút. The appointed day is here, but he has not come. Kon sa isá ka bágay matúod gid man inâ, ápang labí pa gid nga matúod nga-. If, on the one hand, that is perfectly true, still, on the other, it is truer yet to say, that-. Siá magatámbong dídto, ápang akó índì. He will be present there, but not I. (see péro).


ayád-áyad

Hiligaynon

(B) Fine, nice, pretty, beautiful, charming, handsome, comely, good-looking. Abáw kaayád-áyad ba! By Jove! How beautiful! (see maayó-áyo, matahúm, madálig, magayón, maámbong, maányag).


balántak

Hiligaynon

Bamboo, bolo, or the like, woven into the walls or partitions of a building. The bamboo is flattened into broad strips and the weaving is done (usually) not upright and across, but diagonally. Also verb: to make or apply balántak. Ang balántak, kon maáyo ang trabáho, matahúm nga tulúkon. Balántak weaving, if well done, is beautiful to look upon. Balantakí ang idálum sang talamwáan. Place balántak-work under the window. Balantaká ang pagdíngding. Weave the partitions in balántak-fashion. Díngding nga binalántak. Sides or partitions woven in the manner of balántak. (see rára-to weave baskets, mats, etc.; tádtad-to flatten bamboo, etc. for balántak-work).


binaláybay

Hiligaynon

Parable, similitude; poem, poetry; to use poetical language. Hámbal nga binaláybay. A figure of speech. Poetical expression. Pagsermón nga binaláybay. Preaching in the form of parables. Ang mga binaláybay nga sinulát ni Fuláno matahúm. The poems written by N.N. are beautiful. Maábtik siá magbinaláybay. He is an adept in the use of poetical language (whether spoken or written). (see baláybay).


dádol

Hiligaynon

(B) To use recklessly, handle without regard or consideration, treat roughly. Gindádol gid lang níya ang bág-o nga mga sapátos sa mga kabatohán. He wears his new boots quite recklessly in places where there are rocks. Indì ka magdádol sang diótay mo nga bátà sa mabúdlay nga dálan. Don't take your small child along over difficult roads. Indì mo pagdadólon kón diín ka makádto ang bátà nga may hilánat, kóndì ibílin mo siá sa baláy. Don't take with you wherever you go the child with the cold, but leave it at home. Gindádol níya sa lúnang ang matahúm níya nga sinélas. He dragged his beautiful slippers (regardlessly) through the mud. (see gánoy, gúyud).


dagumák

Hiligaynon

To use up, wear out, spoil by frequent use. Dagumaká lang ang bág-o mo nga sapátos. Just wear out your new boots. Indì mo pagidagumák iníng matahúm mo nga bestído. Don't spoil this beautiful frock of yours by too frequent use. (see pasaburát, pasaburák, patúyang, saguláy, sarabóg).


dasón

Hiligaynon

Following, subsequent, coming after; to ensue, succeed, follow as a sequence or in succession; to come-after,-later,-next, etc. Magadasón ka balá sa ákon sa pagkádto sa Ilongílong? Shall you follow me later in going to Iloilo? Nagadasonáy silá. They are following each other. Dasón siní --. After this --. Ipadasón mo sa íya ang káro. Send the cart after him. Ang kátay dinasonán (dinásnan) sang isá ka matahúm nga beláda. The parade was followed by a beautiful entertainment, play. (see sunúd).


deklamár

Hiligaynon

(Sp. declamar] To declaim, recite. Gindeklamár níya ang isá ka matahúm nga binaláybay. He recited a beautiful poem. (see pamítlang, pamúlong).


elegánte

Hiligaynon

(Sp. elegante) Elegant, stylish, tasteful, graceful, refined, cultured, polished. (see lántip, hímpit, matahúm, sampáton, maányag, magayón, makawiwíli, makalulúyag).


elegánte

Hiligaynon

(Sp. elegante) Elegant, stylish, tasteful, graceful, refined, cultured, polished. (see lántip, hímpit, matahúm, sampáton, maányag, magayón, makawiwíli, makalulúyag).


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).


gwâ

Hiligaynon

That is outside, exterior, outward, without, external, on the surface, superficial, apparent, forthcoming; upshot, outcome, result, final issue, conclusion; to go or come out, appear, show, make one's appearance (on a stage, etc.). Makaín balá iní? Anó balá ang gwâ siní? Where will this end? What will be the final outcome? Sa gwâ. Outside. Sa gwâ sang baláy, sang bánwa, sang Iglésya Katólika, etc. Outside the house, the town, the Catholic Church, etc. Gwâ (maggwâ) kamó. Go outside. Go away. Come forth, appear on the scene, make your appearance on the stage, or the like. Ang amó nga talanáwon pagagwaán ni Fuláno. That play will have N.N. as an actor. N.N. will appear in that play. Pagwaí silá sing matahúm nga sínta. Show them a fine reel (film). Pagwaá ang mga bátà. Make the children go outside. Send the children away. Pagwaí na kamí sang beláda. Start the play. Raise the curtain. Let the curtain be raised. Maáyo silá sa gwâ, ápang maláin sa sulúd. Outwardly they appear to be good, but their intentions are bad. Ginpagwâ níla ang tanán nga walâ magbáyad sang inogsulúd. They-put outside,-put out,-turned out,-expelled, all those that had not paid the entrance-fee. Indì siá makagwâ sa íya hulút, kay ginlyabihán ko ang ganháan sa gwâ. He cannot leave his room, for I have locked the door from the outside. N.B. Instead of pagwaón, pagwaán, etc. pagwáon, pagwáan, etc. are also used, especially in (B). (see luás, halín, búhì, lakát).


húthut

Hiligaynon

To toot, sound, blow (a musical instrument, wind (a horn), blow into a pipe or tube, etc.). Huthutá ang kornetín. Blow the cornetin. Ihúthut akó sang klarinéte. Please play the clarinette to me. Huthutí akó nínyo sing isá ka matahúm nga sonáta. Play (by blowing) me a nice piece of music. Pahuthutá siá sang kornetín. Order him to, or let him, play the cornetin. Metaphorically: Huthutá ang háblon mo. Finish quickly the cloth you are weaving. (see húyup, húnghung, hingágaw, dúsdus).


kánta

Hiligaynon

(Sp. cantar) To sing, troll, chant, warble. Kantahí kamí sing isá ka matahúm nga kalantáhon. Sing us a nice song. Kantahá iní. Sing this. (see kansyón).


kúntà

Hiligaynon

(H) A particle implying a possibility, hope, wish or desire for the future and regret for the past: Would, should, maybe, perhaps, peradventure, likely; it would be, it were, would to God that, let us hope; it would have been, might have been, etc. Maáyo kúntà kon-. It were well if--. Maumpawán pa man siá kúntà. He may recover yet; let us hope that he will recover. Maáyo kúntà kon amó inâ, ápang--. Dápat kúntà nga amó inâ, ápang--Would to God it were so, but--. Ay, matahúm gid kúntà kon ímo nabúhat inâ sádto ánay, ápang ánhon mo karón, kay walâ mo pagbuháta? Oh, it would have been so nice if you had done that in the past, but what can you do now, as you have not done it then? Malúyag akó kúntà magtámbong dídto. I would like to be present there. (see kuntánì, úntà, untánì, ráad, dáad).


lalás

Hiligaynon

To tear, pull, drag off by force (vines, creepers, etc.). Maglalás ka sang balágon-or-lalasá (lálsa) ang balágon. Tear off the vine. Lalasí ang bató sang kadéna de amór. Tear the kadena de amor away from the stone. Ginlalás gid lámang sang mga buyóng ang matahúm nga mga kortína sa balatonán. The robbers pulled down by force the beautiful curtains in the reception-room. Ilalás sa atóp nga kógon iníng kawáyan nga may singít. Pull down the cogon-roof with this bamboo that has a hook attached to it. (see káskas).


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