Search result(s) - pílak

usúra

Hiligaynon

(Sp. usura) Usury; the lending of money at high interest. (see pagpahulám, sing, pílak, sa, lakás, nga, túbò).



wág-wag, wágwag

Hiligaynon

To scatter, strew, spread, throw about, sow; to waste, squander (money, etc.); to destroy, demolish, undo, unmake, break down, break in pieces. Iwágwag (iwás-ag, isábwag) ang mga búlak sa salúg. Scatter the flowers on the floor. Ginwagwagán (ginsabwagán, ginwás-agán) níla ang alágyan sang prosesyón sing madámù nga búlak. They scattered many flowers on the road over which the procession passed. Ginwágwag gid lang níya ang íya pílak. He wasted (squandered) his money. Ginwágwag níla ang pántaw, kay buút níla ilísan sing bág-o. They broke down the kitchen-balcony, because they want to replace it by a new one. Nawágwag ang putús sang ulúnan kag nagguluwâ ang dúldul. The pillow-case broke (burst) open and the kapok-cotton came out. (see wás-ag, sábwag, sáb-og, wágak, údhà, buhahâ, gubâ, busáag).


yákyak

Hiligaynon

To spread, scatter, cover with; drop or throw on the floor, throw away, discard; to waste, squander. Yakyakí ang dálan sing balás. Cover the road with small gravel (sand). Ginayákyak gid lang níya ang pílak. He is throwing the money away. He is squandering money. (see húmlad, ládlad, pilák, waráwag, waláwag).


pilákan

Hiligaynon

Rich, moneyed, monied, having much silver or money. (see manggaránon, bangkílan, aligyanán).


tumpilák

Hiligaynon

Gambol, frisk, frolic, running and jumping with clapping of hands, or the like; to frolic, gambol, frisk, run and jump and clap one's hands, make violent gesticulations; to make convulsive movements, start, startle, struggle, wriggle, writhe, get a shock. Iníng bátà daw pírme gid lang nagatumpilák. This boy is-never at rest,-always up to something,-always running and jumping and making a noise. (see rímpwal, pólok, pálak, kubyál, hinúgyaw).


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