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pándut

Hiligaynon

Feast, festival, solemnity, celebration, Feast of the Patron-Saint of a parish or town. Hiwáton níla, kunó, ang íla pándut sa--. They are going to celebrate their feast, it is said, on--.



bilóg

Hiligaynon

Whole, entire, complete, integral, full, all together, no part missing; solid, not hollow; to make or form a whole, etc. Láwas kag kalág amó ang nagabilóg sa táo. Body and soul form the whole man. Ginkabilogán sang mga pumulúyò ang íla nga pándut. The inhabitants were all united for the celebration of their feast. Bilogón mo ang tsokoláte, dílì mo pagtabliyahón. Make the chocolate up in roundish lumps, not in tablets or slabs. Ibilóg akó ánay siníng sensílyo ko nga salapî. Kindly give me a "salapî" for these fifty centavos. Ginkabilogán níla ang amó nga sulát. They wrote that letter in common-or-they all agreed to despatch that letter. Nagbilóg ang duhá níla ka tagiposóon. Their two hearts were as one. Ginhatágan níya akó sing isá ka páhò nga bilóg. He gave me a whole mango. (i.e. not only part of it).


bugás

Hiligaynon

Hulled rice; pimple; to hull or be hulled (of rice). Nagbugás na ang humáy sa lusóng. The rice in the mortar has been hulled. Ang duhá ka pásong ginbugás ko sa pándut. I had two bushels of rice hulled for the feast. Bugasá iníng isá ka gántang. Pound or hull this ganta of rice. Bugasí akó sing napúlò ka gántang sa mga dumulúaw. Hull me ten gantas of rice for the visitors. Ginabugasán akó ni Fuláno. I am supplied with hulled rice by N.N. Binugás mo na ang pilít nga sulumanón kag ilibusón? Have you hulled glutinous rice for making súman (cooked rice mixed with sugar and the juice of coconut-meat) and íbus (rice mixed with the juice of coconut-meat, wrapped up in coconut-leaves and boiled)? May tátlo ka bugás siá sa guyá níya. He has three pimples on his face. (see humáy, pálay-unhulled rice: kán-on-cooked rice).


búlang

Hiligaynon

To participate in cock-fighting, to cock-fight, bet or wager on a cock-fight, cause a cock to fight in the cockpit. Diín si Fuláno?-Dídto sa bulangán, nagabúlang. Where is N.N?-He is there in the cock-pit, cock-fighting. Indì mo pagibúlang iníng manók, kay alángálang pa. Don't fight this cock in the cockpit, for its training is not complete yet, it is too young, etc. Indì náton pagbulángon ang áton manók. We will or must not let our cocks fight each other. Pasampoká pírme ang duhá ka manók, agúd mahánas, kay kon mahánas na ibúlang ta silá sa pándut sang bánwa. Get the two cocks to try their strength against each other constantly in order to make them expert, for if they are up to it we will fight them in the cockpit on the town-festival.


dágà

Hiligaynon

A sacrifice to idols; human sacrifice; the killing and eating of pigs, chickens, etc. by the superstitious; to sacrifice to idols or in superstitious practices. Dákpa ang kánding, kay idágà sa minahán (dulangán). Catch the goat, for we will sacrifice it for the success of the mine. Ang íla pándut gindagáan níla sing duhá ka báboy. They sacrificed two pigs at their feast. (see hálad).


dápit

Hiligaynon

To invite, call to, request one's presence or company; to lead by the hand, guide, help along a road or the like. Dapíta siá. Invite him. Dapíti ang kalasálon sang isá ka bánda nga músika. Engage a band for the marriage-feast. Idápit akó ánay sa íya. Please invite him for me or in my name. Sa tanán nga mga dinápit diótay lámang ang mga nagtalámbong. Of all those that were invited only a few attended. Dinapítan níla ang íla pándut sing madámù nga mga Párì. They invited many priests to assist at their feast. Gindápit níya ang bátà. He led the baby or child by the hand. Dapíta iníng tigúlang nga táo sa íya paglakát sa dálan. Help this old man along the road. Guide-, lead-, support-him on his way along the road. (see ágda, kángay, hágad).


dókdok

Hiligaynon

To press-, force-, wedge-, slip-, plug-, sandwich-, in between, to introduce, thrust in, elbow one's way in. Idókdok iníng líbro sa mga líbro sa estánte. Wedge this book in among the books in the book-case. Dokdokí sing búlak sang búlak ang ímo gwáb. Plug some cotton into your hollow tooth. Sang ámon pándut madámù gid nga mga táo ang nagtalámbong nga daw índì ka makadókdok sa simbáhan. At our feast-day very many people attended, so that it looked as if you could not elbow your way into the church or that you could scarcely get into the church. Gutúk na iníng trak, índì ka na kadókdok. This truck is full; you cannot squeeze in any more. (see sóksok, dútdut, lótlot).


dúbok

Hiligaynon

To join a group, be present at, come together, associate with, go to, assist, take part in, put in an appearance. Madámù nga mga táo ang nagadúbok, nagadulúbok. Very many people are present, are taking part, are joining. Nadubókan sing madámù nga mga dumulúaw ang ámon pándut. Many visitors came to our feast. Our feast was attended by many visitors. (see dúgok id.).


dunâ

Hiligaynon

To be punctual, be in time, be there at the proper moment, in the nick of time, just in time. Nakadunâ siá sa íla pagsúgud sang rosáryo. He was there when they started saying the rosary. Walâ ikáw makadunâ sang pagbukás námon sang kláse. You were not there when we opened the class. Tungúd sa anó nga, walâ ka makadunâ sa prosesyón sang ámon pándut? Why didn't you come in time for the procession of our Feast?


fiésta

Hiligaynon

(Sp.) Feast, Feast-day; to celebrate a feast, especially the Feast of the Patron Saint of a place. Ginfiestahán níla ang kaadláwan sang mahál níla nga Patrón. They celebrated the Feast of their Patron Saint. Mamiésta ka man? Are you also going to the feast, will you too take part in the feast? (see pándut).


gálhò

Hiligaynon

(B) To take charge of, tackle, handle, perform, execute, work with one's own hands, put one's hand to, accomplish with actual personal labour. Sín-o ang naggálhò sang pagíhaw sang báboy? Who killed the pig? Who actually performed all the work in connection with the killing of the pig? Galhoá lang ang mga hilikotón sa simbáhan sa pándut. Take charge personally of all the preparations in the Church for the feast. Igálhò akó siníng ísdà sa paglútò. Kindly cook this fish for me yourself (in person). Gingálhò ni Fuláno ang ilibusón. N.N. personally got ready all the requisites for making a dish of "íbus". Kon maló-oy ka, galhoón mo lang ang tanán nga mahígkò sang masakít. For mercy's sake, undertake all the work of cleaning the sick person. (see agám, ágap, gamól, gakám, gakóm, gámlò, hámlò).


hingílin

Hiligaynon

To cherish, be attached to, be loath to part with, regret the loss of, guard or keep carefully. Ginahingilínan-or-ginahingínlan gid níya ang bág-o níya nga réloh. He likes his new watch very much. Dílì mo paghingínlan ang paghinguyáng sing pílak sa áton pándut, agúd magsádya. Don't spare expense for our feast-day, that it may be a pleasant affair. Ginhingínlan níya sing dakû ang síngsing nga nadúlà. She very much regrets the loss of the ring. (see ngílin, hílak, kangílin).


kángay

Hiligaynon

(B) To engage, hire, invite, usually with the promise of pay. Ginakángay si Fuláno, ang músika, ang manugsírko, etc. N.N., the band, the circus-man, etc., are being invited (or engaged). Kinangáyan níla ang pándut sing orkésta. They hired an orchestra for the feastday. Ikángay akó ánay sang orkésta sa Miagáw. Please engage for me the Miagao orchestra. Kangáya ang kosinéro ni Fuláno sa áton tábad. Engage N.N.'s cook for our banquet. (see ágda, hágad).


kúnyag

Hiligaynon

Surprise, excitement, sudden joy or astonishment; to shake or tremble with joy or pleasure, be surprised or astonished. Nagakúnyag siá sa kalípay, kay may bág-o siá nga bestído kag madalî na lang ang pándut. She is quite excited with joy, for she has a new frock and the feast-day is near. Nagkulúnyag silá sang pagbáton níla sang amó nga balítà. When they received that news they were (pleasurably) surprised. Ang íya nga pagdaúg nagpakúnyag sa íya mga ábyan. His victory gave great joy (pleasure, satisfaction) to his friends. (see kibút).


lígad

Hiligaynon

To pass, pass-, go-, by. Naglígad na ang tátlo ka túig kútub sádto. Three years have passed since then. Ligádi (-ári) siá. Pass him by. Go past him. Ginligádan (-áran) níya ang ámon baláy nga walá magsákà. He passed our house without calling on us. Ginpalígad níla ang íla pándut. They let their feast-day pass i.e. they postponed their feast-day. Ang naglígad índì saráng mapabálik. The past will never return,-cannot be brought back. (see lubás, labáy, lídan, talikód).


linúmban

Hiligaynon

Mended, patched, having gaps filled up, etc. See lunúb. Indì mo paggamíton sa pándut ang linúmban. Don't wear patched clothes at the town-feast.


palídan

Hiligaynon

Causative of lídan-to pass, go by. Palidána ánay ang pándut. Postpone the feast. Let the feast first be over. Wait till after the feast. (see palígad).


pamáltò

Hiligaynon

To wear-, show-, something for the first time, as a new dress, etc. Ipamáltò ko iníng bág-o ko nga térno sa ámon pándut. I shall wear this new suit for the first time at our feast. Nagpamáltò siá sang íya bág-o nga báyò nga sóklà sa bádù sa baláy ni Fuláno. She displayed her new silk-blouse at the banquet in N.N.'s house. (see dunâ which, at times, is also used in the meaning of pamáltò).


panibít

Hiligaynon

Freq. of sibít. To use a needle or pin; to wear a pin, brooch, badge or any similar ornament fastened by a pin; to vaccinate; to remove a thorn or prickle by means of a pin or needle or anything resembling a needle. Magpanibít ka sang mga tunúk. (Síbta ang mga tunúk). Remove the thorns by means of a needle. Madámù ang mga kabatáan nga pinaníbtan (ginpaníbtan) sang manogbúlung. Many children were vaccinated by the doctor. Ipanibít níya ang íya sibít nga may batóngmaídlak sa pándut sang bánwa. At the town-feast she will wear her brooch set with precious stones.


pasahî

Hiligaynon

Extraordinary, remarkable, notable, exceptional, uncommon, noteworthy, unwonted, outstanding, excelling, not common; to be extraordinary, do something in an extraordinary way, etc. Ginpasahî gid ni Fuláno ang pagpabúnyag sang íya bátà. N.N. had his baby baptized with extraordinary solemnity. Ginpahimánsag níla ang kaadláwan sang íla pándut sa pasahî nga mga kasadyáhan. They celebrated their feast-day with extraordinary manifestations of joy.


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