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tagsá-tágsa

Hiligaynon

Seldom, rarely, scarcely ever. Tagsátágsa lang nímo makítà inâ. Such a thing you can seldom see. (see tumalágsa, talágsa).



ánimo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. ánimo) Life, energy, will power; understanding, reason. Walâ siá sing ánimo. He has no energy. He lacks understanding. (see kabúhì, kapísan, kaísug, kalibútan, pangalibútan).


hinimóan

Hiligaynon

Deeds, works, doings, actions, achievement. (see hímò).


kanímo

Hiligaynon

(B) You, to you, etc. See sa ímo, id.


Saving, economy, livelihood. (see timó).


panímod

Hiligaynon

Freq. of tímod-to economize, practise economy, live economically, spend wisely, live frugally or thriftily.


panimód

Hiligaynon

See panimúd.


panimókò

Hiligaynon

To cross one's arms over the chest, to hug oneself, as people often do when they feel cold.


panimoláng

Hiligaynon

Freq. of timoláng-to use insulting language, rail at, revile, insult verbally, abuse with invectives.


panimón

Hiligaynon

To be a steersman or helmsman; to sit at the helm (rudder), to direct or guide the course of a ship, etc. (see timón).


tinimótimohán

Hiligaynon

A scanty living, precarious livelihood, what one is earning and living on from day to day. (see timó).


aligótgot

Hiligaynon

Resentment, ill feeling, grudge, anger, animosity, umbrage, pique, ill-, bad-, blood, ill-will, to bear-, owe-, a grudge, harbour or nurse resentment, to be angry, have an ill feeling. May aligótgot siá sa ákon. He has a grudge against me. Indì mo siá pagaligotgotán. Don't bear him any resentment. Nagaaligótgot siá sa kay Fuláno, kay walà níya pagtumána ang íya ginsáad. He has an ill feeling against N.N. because he did not fulfil his promise. (see ákig, súnggud, súngon).


dumút

Hiligaynon

Hatred, hate, spite, odium, antipathy, aversion, spleen, acrimony, detestation, animosity, enmity; to hate, abominate, detest, bear malice. May dumút siá sa ákon. He has a spite against me. He bears me malice. Nagadumút siá sa ákon-or-ginadúmtan níya akó. He hates me. Ipadumút mo sa íya ang maláut nga batásan. Teach him to detest bad habits. Nagadumtánay silá. They hate each other. Ginbátyag ko ang isá ka dakû nga dumút sa íya, ápang gintágò ko lámang. I felt a great detestation for him, but kept it hidden. (see ákig-anger; aligótgot-spite, resentment, grudge; kahísà, kahíkaw-envy, grudge, spite; kasílag-hot blood, rage, ill feeling).


dungángo

Hiligaynon

To droop-, drop-, the head or hands in a lazy manner, to be-idle,-indolent,-dispirited, languish. (see dungángok, panimókò, pakuribúng, pamuágpuág, paligóy, pabánol, patáwhay, búog).


gulut-ánon

Hiligaynon

(H) Grudge, antipathy, resentment, animosity, pent-up hatred, ill will due to envy or a sense of injury. (see gurut-ánon, gutô, agutílò, aligótgot, kasíb-ot, dumút).


hungít-hungít

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of húngit, hungít. A morsel, bit of food. (see timótimó, timótimohán, tinimótimohán, tíl-og).


kayúgpus

Hiligaynon

To shrink, shrivel, contract; shrug (the shoulders); cross one's arms, cover (the chest, etc.). (see kúpus, panimókò).


krusamáno

Hiligaynon

(Sp. cruzar las manos) With hands or arms folded or crossed; to cross or fold one's hands or arms. Krusamanóha ang ímo mga bútkon. Fold your arms. (see panimókò).


kubatsóhon

Hiligaynon

Coward, poltroon; cowardly, pusillanimous, timorous. (see matálaw).


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