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dáraw

Hiligaynon

To pay a visit of condolence on occasion of death in a family. Gindaráwan kamí níya, kay napátyan kamí. He paid us a visit of condolence, for we were bereaved. Magdáraw ka sa íla-or daráwi silá. Pay them a visit of condolence. (see dálaw).



himatáyan

Hiligaynon

The place where someone has died. Magdúaw kitá sang himatáyan. Let us visit the house of the dead. (see patáy, napátyan).


huól

Hiligaynon

Trouble, trial, hardship, hard lines; to be or become difficult, hard (of life, conditions, etc.); pahuól-to molest, trouble, vex, bother, pester, annoy, distress, cause misery or hardship. Indì mo akó pagpahúl-an. Don't annoy me. Don't make any difficulties for me. Nagapahuól siá sa ákon. Ginapahuolán (ginapahúl-an) níya akó. He is giving me trouble. He is putting difficulties in my way. Nahúl-an akó karón, kay napátyan akó sang ákon ilóy. I am in sore distress at present, because mother has died. (see hiól, lisúd).


límas

Hiligaynon

To worsen, make a disease worse, change for the worse (often implying a superstitious belief that one visiting a sick person after he has been to a house where someone has lately died will exert an injurious influence upon the sickness). Ginlímas níya ang katúl sang bátà, kay naghápit sa napátyan kag nagpaúlì nga walâ ánay pagtuóba. He made the child's skin-disease worse by going to a house where someone had died and returning home without being first disinfected by smoke. Naglímas siá sang ákon tígpas. He made my measles worse. Linímas níya ang hánggà (butí) sang ákon útud. On account of him my brother's smallpox got worse. (see láin, búg-at).


patáy

Hiligaynon

Dead, killed, deceased, demised, departed, defunct, lifeless, said of any living organism; gone out, stopped, not functioning (of lamps, fire, clocks, machines, etc.); to cause death, to kill, put to death, take (a man's) life, slay, murder, slaughter, massacre, do or make away with, put an end to, despatch. Dúgay na nga patáy siá. He is dead a long time. He died long ago. Patáy na ang kaláyo. The fire has gone out. Patáy na ang motór. The motor does not go (is not working) any more. Pátya siá. Kill him. Indì ka magpatáy. Thou shalt not kill. Sín-o ang nagpatáy sa íya? Who killed him? Pátya ang sugâ. Put out the lamp (light). Napatáy siá nga walâ na maabúti sang manugbúlung. He died before the doctor (physician) could reach him. Pinatáy (Ginpatáy) siá sang mga buyóng. He was murdered (killed) by the robbers. Yanáng baláy napátyan sing makaduhá sa sulúd sang isá ka búlan. Within a month two persons died in that house. Ipatáy akó ánay siníng haló. Please kill this iguana for me. (see kamátay, matáy, kamatáyon, tagumatáyon, himatayón, panginmatáy, minatáy, húy-od, múy-od, músduk, paalumátay, namátyan).


úyaw

Hiligaynon

A repetition of an accident or ill fortune in the same family. Uyaw sa íla iní, kay may nalúnud sa íla sang isá ka túig kag karón napátyan na liwán. This is another shock for them, for last year one of their family was drowned and now they have lost another. (see mauyawón).


úyaw

Hiligaynon

A repetition of an accident or ill fortune in the same family. Uyaw sa íla iní, kay may nalúnud sa íla sang isá ka túig kag karón napátyan na liwán. This is another shock for them, for last year one of their family was drowned and now they have lost another. (see mauyawón).