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náyon

Hiligaynon

Proximity or nearness to, direction towards, side, party; in the direction of, towards, near, in the neighbourhood, neighbouring, at the side of, on the way to. Diín náyon ang ímo baláy? In what direction, where about is your home? Sa búkid náyon. Towards the mountains, in the direction of or near the mountains. Ang íya baláy dirí náyon sang simbáhan, ang ákon dídto náyon. His home is on this side of the church, mine is on the other side. Anó nga náyon ang íya nga ginahilayán? What side or party is he inclined to (does he favour)? Diín dapít náyon ang ímong palangúmhan? Whereabout (Whereabouts) is your farm? N.B. Dapít náyon is often used, but is really a pleonasm, as both terms mean the same thing. (see dapít).



nayón

Hiligaynon

The female of the swine, sow. Iníng nayón nagbátà sing napúlò ka idík (orók) sa íya dógmon. This sow farrowed-, littered-, had a litter (farrow) of-, ten young ones. (see báboy, butakál, idík, odók, orók, dúkan).


ásog

Hiligaynon

To make sterile, sterilize, especially applied to sows; to become sterile. Nagásog ang ámon nayón. Our sow became sterile. Paasóga ang nayón mo. Sterilize your sow (by fattening, etc.). Paasógan ko gid iníng tángkal sang ákon nayón. I will sure enough sterilize my sow (by fattening) in this pigsty.


áyon

Hiligaynon

Towards, in the direction of, near, in the vicinity of. Diín áyon ang baláy mo, sa búkid áyon ukón sa báybay áyon? Where about is your house, near the mountains or near the sea? Tíndog ka dídto áyon. Stand over there. (see náyon, dámpit, dapít).


butakál

Hiligaynon

A boar, especially one that is kept for breeding purposes. (see nayón-sow; idík, orók-piglet).


dámpi

Hiligaynon

Near, hard by, close to, in the vicinity of; towards; in the direction of. (see dapít, dámpit, náyon, lapít).


dámpit

Hiligaynon

Towards, in the direction of. See dapít, náyon, áyon, dámpi.


dapít

Hiligaynon

Hard by, near, close by, close at hand, in the direction of, towards, close to, adjoining, adjacent. Diín dapít ang ímo baláy? Sa amínhan dapít ukón sa bagátnan? Whereabouts-, in what direction-, is your home, towards the North or South? (see áyon, náyon).


idík

Hiligaynon

A small young pig. (see báboy, nayón, udók, urók, butakál).


galúng

Hiligaynon

To shorten, cut short, cut back. Galungá ang bohók nga náyon sa ágtang siníng bátà, kay nagatábon sang íya mga matá. Cut back the hair on the forehead of this child, for it covers its eyes.


hulubarán

Hiligaynon

(H) Place where a thing is opened or untied, anything bound that should be untied or set free. Diín náyon ang hulubarán siníng bakág? Where is the opening of this carrier's basket (i.e. where do you start to untie the string with which this basket is fastened)? Gingápus níla iníng táo nga walâ sing salâ; hulubarán siá. They have bound this man who is innocent (has done nothing wrong); he should be set free. (see hubád).


idík

Hiligaynon

A small young pig. (see báboy, nayón, udók, urók, butakál).


líong, lí-ong

Hiligaynon

The armhole, the circular cut in a garment where the sleeve is attached; to make the armhole. Sangkará ang líong sang ákon báyò. Widen the armhole of my jacket. Ginpasángkad (Gintambihán) níya ang ákon gutúk nga pakô náyon sa ílok kag pinadakû níya ang líong. She widened (let out) my tight sleeve near the armpit and enlarged the armhole.


sángkad

Hiligaynon

Width, breadth, wideness, broadness; to broaden, widen, become wide. Nagsángkad na ang plása, kay ginhálin níla ang isá ka kátay nga baláy sa katúngdan náyon. The public square has been widened, for they have removed a row of houses on its western side. Sangkará (-adá) ang dálan. Make the road wider. Nasangkarán akó siníng báyò. This jacket is too wide for me. (see lápad, áblang).


banayón

Hiligaynon

(B) Shivering, quivering, shaky, trembling; to shiver, quiver, shake, tremble, etc. Banayón ang íya nga kamót. His hand is trembling. Kon mabúdlay ang ímo kamót kag dáyon mo itúsmug sa matúgnaw nga túbig, magabanayón. If your hand is tired and you plunge it at once into cold water, it will shake. (see píri).


bunáyon

Hiligaynon

Straight, upright, erect, right, not bent, not curved; of equal diameter throughout, not tapering; mild, gentle, soft, simple, artless, guileless. Bunáyon ang íya láwas kag tangâ ang íya ágtang. His body is straight and his forehead erect. (see tádlong, tanús, bunáyag, bungáyon).


hinayón

Hiligaynon

(B) Pause, rest, interruption, stop, interval, intermission, cessation, breathing spell. Walâ sing hinayón ang íya nga pagkánta, pangabúdlay, paglágaw, etc. He is constantly singing, working, walking to and fro, etc. He sings, etc. without a pause. (see langán, puút).


kahinayón

Hiligaynon

Slowness, etc. See kahínay.


madinayónon

Hiligaynon

See madalayónon.


alám-álam

Hiligaynon

(H) To coax, wheedle, cajole, persuade by flattery, gain by soft words, ingratiate oneself with, and the like. Alám-alámi ang idô. Be nice to the dog. Coax the dog. Ginalám-aláman níya siá, agúd magsáksi sa íya. He coaxed him to testify on his behalf. Indì siá magpaalám-álam. He is not amenable to flattery. Ipaalám-álam sa íya ang idô. Let him make friends with the dog. (see unís, utís, odót, paayónáyon).


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