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páhid

Hiligaynon

To wipe, clean-, dry-, dust-, with a cloth, remove dust, etc. by gentle rubbing; to efface, obliterate. Pahíri ang látok. Wipe the table. Ipáhid sa látok iníng naúg. Use this cloth to wipe the table with. (see pánas).



inogpamáhid

Hiligaynon

Towel. (see páhid, tuálya, síbin).


inogpamáhid

Hiligaynon

Towel. (see páhid, tuálya, síbin).


pálà

Hiligaynon

To erase, wipe out, efface, rub out, obliterate, expunge, clean. Paláa ang sinulát sa pisára. Rub out the writing on the slate. Palái ang pisára sing isá ka dinalán. Wipe out one of the lines of the blackboard. Itúsmug mo iníng lapát sa túbig kag ipálà sa pisára. Dip this cloth in water and clean the blackboard with it. Paláa inâ sa ímo nga panumdúman. Forget it. Efface it from your mind or memory. Don't recall or recollect it. (see pánas, páhid).


pamáhid

Hiligaynon

Freq. of páhid-to rub out, wipe off, etc.


pamahíd-páhid

Hiligaynon

Dim. of pamáhid.


tátsa

Hiligaynon

(Sp. tachar) To blot out, efface, expunge, wipe out; drop, let fall, dismiss; to censure, tax with, blame, reprehend. Dílì mo pagtatsahón ang sinulát sa pisára. Don't blot out (erase) the writing on the blackboard. Mabúdlay na magtátsa sang amó nga hágnà. Mabúdlay na tatsahón ang amó nga hágnà. It is now difficult to drop that proposition (proposal, motion). (see páhid, dágdag, táktak).


pahídlaw

Hiligaynon

Caus. of hídlaw. Also used sarcastically in the meaning: How naughty, bad, mischievous or the like. Pahídlaw siníng bátà! Oh, what a naughty boy! What a nuisance this boy is!


pahídlì

Hiligaynon

See pahídlaw in its sarcastic meaning.


híning

Hiligaynon

(H) Shine, lustre, brightness, polish, brilliancy; to shine, be bright, be brilliant, be polished. Nagahíning na ang salúg, kay halampasóhan. The floor is bright now, for it has been polished. Kon hínsan mo sing maáyo ang lamésa magahíning. If you rub the table well it will shine. Pahinínga sing maáyo ang ákon mga sapátos. Polish my boots well. Pahiníngi akó sang ákon mga sapátos. Polish my boots. Nagahíning na ang lamésa nga ímo ginpahídan (-íran). The table which you wiped looks as if it were polished. Ipahíning iníng séra sa salúg. Use this wax to polish the floor. (see sílì, silíng, hínis).


sárnas

Hiligaynon

An expression used like pahídlaw, pahídlì, when remonstrating with someone or finding fault with him. (see bóyboy, pamóyboy, saramúylo).