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iwán

Hiligaynon

(B) To do or want "what". Maiwán kamó? What do you want?-or-What have you come here for? Nagaiwán silá dirâ? What are they doing there? Iwanón ko lang karón iníng túbo, kay nabúong? What shall I do with this lamp-globe, for it is broken? Ngáa man nga nabúong? Giniwán mo haw? How did it break? What, I ask, did you do to it? (see anó).



See kawíli. Also: Things to be liked, attraction, attractiveness. Ngáa man nga nagwíli ka dídto nga walâ man sing kawilíhan? Why did you like it there where there is no attraction? (see kalawilián, kalawilihán, kawilihánan).


kúdaw

Hiligaynon

To walk abroad under difficulties, as at night, during pelting rain, in a raging storm or the like. Ngáa nga ikáw gid ang nagkúdaw sa siníng óras? Why have you ventured to walk out by yourself at such an hour? (see dúkaw).


lámbit

Hiligaynon

To mention, relate, refer to. Anó gánì ang ginlámbit níya? What did he really refer to? Lambití siá sa nahanungúd sang pagpatíndog sang ákon baláy. Talk to him about the building of my house. Ang nalámbit sa hitáas--. What was mentioned above or before--. The above mentioned--. The aforesaid--. Indì ka maglámbit sinâ sa íya. Don't mention that to him. Don't tell him of that. Ilámbit sa íya nga--. Tell him that--. Ngáa man nga walâ mo pagilámbit inâ sa ákon nga dáan? Why did you not mention that to me before? Why didn't you tell me beforehand? (see sámbit).


madahól-dahól

Hiligaynon

Pretty much, fair amount, tolerably well, satisfactory. Madahóldahól nga kwárta ang ginhátag ko sa ímo; ngáa man nga nagakósmod pa ikáw? I have given you quite a little money; why then are you still complaining or fretting? (dahóldahól).


ótoy

Hiligaynon

(B) To laugh much and heartily. Ngáa man nga nagaótoy ka sang kádlaw? Why do you laugh so much? (see arók-ok, arík-ik).


ótoy

Hiligaynon

(B) To laugh much and heartily. Ngáa man nga nagaótoy ka sang kádlaw? Why do you laugh so much? (see arók-ok, arík-ik).


paálay, paaláy

Hiligaynon

Caus. of álay. To tire, make stiff. Also: (especially in (B): to worry, feel uneasy, be upset. Ang paglakát nagpaálay sang ákon páa. The walk has made my legs stiff. Pagapaaláyon (pagapaalayón) gid ang ímo láwas kon magpangabúdlay ka sa ínit. You will certainly get tired and stiff, if you work in the heat of the sun. Ngáa nga nagapaaláy ka gid túngud sinâ? Why do you worry about that? Why does such a thing upset you? Anó ang ímo ginapaalayán (sang ímo hunâhúnà)? What are you worrying about? What is it that makes you feel so ill at ease?


paga

Hiligaynon

A prefix used to form:

a.) The passive future tense, e.g. Pagabuháton ko iní. I will (shall) do this. I am going to do it. Pagahulatón ko gid siá. I will certainly wait for him. Pagasulatán ko siá sa buás. Tomorrow I am going to write him. Pagaitúnghol ko sa íya iníng sulát sa madalî nga saráng mahímò. I'll hand him this letter as soon as possible.

b.) The negative present tense of the passive voice, e.g. Ngáa man nga walâ nínyo pagasilhigí ang balatonán? Why are you not sweeping the reception room? Walâ níla pagasókla ang dútà. They are not measuring (surveying) the land. Walâ ko pagaibalígyà ang bág-o nga pinatubás ko nga kalámay. I am not selling my new sugar crop. (see maga-the corresponding counterpart for the active voice).


paoróm-oróm

Hiligaynon

(B) To stay or remain long, tarry, linger. Ngáa nga nagpaoróm-oróm ka dídto sa subâ, sa tiendáhan, etc.? Why did you remain so long there at the river, at the market, etc.? (see lúsgò, paorós-orós).


píti, pití

Hiligaynon

To finger, handle, fumble, touch or toy with the fingers; to twist, roll (between the fingers). Ngáa nga ginapíti (ginapití) mo lang ang balasahón nga walâ mo pagabasáha? Why are you fingering the paper without reading it? Pitíha (Pitihá) ang púsud sináng pányò nga sóklà kag ikúhit sang púling sa íya matá. Roll up the corner of that silk handkerchief and remove with it the mote from his eye.


sáday

Hiligaynon

(B) To pass (go) to and fro, to flit or rush by (repeatedly). Andot nagasári ikáw kang sáday haw? (Ngáa nagaságad ka sang labáylábay)? Why are you passing here so often? What is the reason of your-walking to and fro,-pacing up and down? (see ladáy-láday).


sing-anó

Hiligaynon

For how much, for what reason, on what account, wherefore, why. Ngáa man kag sing-anó nga ibutáng sa katalágman ang ákon kabúhì? Why and for what reason should my life be put in danger? (see tungúd, sa, anó, bangúd, sa, anó, ngáa, ándot).


támpal

Hiligaynon

To throw, fling, hurl, cast; put or heap upon. Ngáa man nga ang tanán nga mga buluhatón nga mabúdlay ínyo itámpal sa ákon? Why do you give (allot, heap upon) me all the hard or difficult jobs (all the drudgery)? (see tápal, pilák, habóy, dát-og, dát-ol).


tangâ

Hiligaynon

To look up, tilt back one's head, lift-, raise-, one's eyes (head). Tangá ka. Hold your head up. Look up. Raise your head. Itangá ang guyá mo. Tilt up your face. Nagtangá siá sa ákon. Natangaán níya akó. He looked at me with tilted chin. Sang pagkakítà níya sádto malahálon nga mga galamitón na urungán siá; nagtangá siá kag nagngangá sang íya bábà sa dakû nga katingála. When he saw that precious furniture he was surprised; he stared and gaped in wonder. Ngáa nga amó ka pa lang magabút? Sín-o na man ang ímo gintangaán dídto? Why are you so late? Whom did you look at there (i.e. listen to with absorbing interest)? (see tánglà, tukháyaw, tukyáhaw, bayáw).


tápang

Hiligaynon

See tarápang, sápak. Nagpinalágyo silá kag nagdalágan nga walâ sing tápang. They fled and ran without any set purpose where to go or what to do next. Walâ sing tápang ang íla pagginásto. There is no order or account-keeping in their expenditure. Kon kís-a nagakatápang siá ngá[**typo for nga or ngáa?] daw dídto siá sa íya baláy. Now and then he imagines as if he were at home (in his own house).


Hiligaynon

There now! Why! Well! Didn't I tell you, or the like. Tî, ngáa ári ka man dirí? Well, why are you here? Tî, náno (anáno) sa ímo? Now then, what is your opinion? What is it to you? What have you got to say about (to do with) it? Tî, ári na siá dirí. Look, he is here now, (didn't I tell you he would come). (see , ).


tíngga

Hiligaynon

To remind, bring to one's notice, draw (call, direct) attention to, keep on the alert, put a person up to, point out to, inform, notify. Tinggahá (Padumdumá) silá tungúd sinâ nga tabô. (Tinggahá sánda tungúd kariá nga (kariáng) natabô). Bring that event to their notice. Put them up to what has happened. Gintíngga na silá nga dáan nga--. They were reminded some time ago of the fact that--. Ngáa balá nga walâ mo silá pagtinggahá? Kon tiníngga mo kúntà silá dílì gid maláin ang gwâ ta. Why did you not inform them? If you had informed them the outcome would not have been so bad for us. (see padúmdum, paálam, pamáan, pahibaló, paándam).


todó-tódo

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of tódo. To exert oneself, strive, make great efforts, do one's best, do to the best of one's ability; thorough, hearty, perfect, complete, entire, consummate, with might and main. Ngáa nga todótódo ang dalágan mo? Why are you running-so swiftly,-as quick as the wind,-like mad,-as if it were for your life? (see panikasúg, paningúhà, himúgtoy).


útus

Hiligaynon

To be a long time, last a long time, remain or stay long. Ngaá nga nagútus ka dídto? Why did you stay there long? Indì mo ánay pagdugúson ang mga páhò, kóndì pautúsan mo gid, kay báklon ko sa ímo sing mahál. Don't pluck the mangoes yet, but let them remain on the tree for a long time still (till they are thoroughly ripe) and I shall pay you a good price for them.


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