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paílig

Hiligaynon

To let or make flow. Pailíga ang túbig. Make or let the water flow. Pailígi sing túbig ang ákon umá. Irrigate my land, let the water overflow (flow over) my land, flood my land. Water my field. (see ílig).



pailíg

Hiligaynon

A kind of fish-trap used in rivers, fish-weir, fish-garth. (see pasubâ, punút-a large fish-corral).


bákud

Hiligaynon

An artificial canal in a river narrowing towards the end and provided there with a fish-trap. (see pailíg id.).


pasubâ

Hiligaynon

A fish trap for catching fish swimming (coming upstream or from the sea); to catch fish with such a trap. Pasubaán ta ang mga ísdà. Let us catch fish by the pasubâ-method. (see pailíg).


sugabáw

Hiligaynon

A small weir (lág-i) used in fish-traps or fish-corrals in rivers, especially in the fish-corral called "pailíg or pasubâ".


ílig

Hiligaynon

To flow, run, stream. Ang túbig nagaílig. The water is flowing. Pailíga ang túbig dirâ sa kalóg. Make the water flow there through the ditch. Pailígi sang túbig ang talámnan ko. Let the water flow over my fields.


ílig

Hiligaynon

To flow, run, stream. Ang túbig nagaílig. The water is flowing. Pailíga ang túbig dirâ sa kalóg. Make the water flow there through the ditch. Pailígi sang túbig ang talámnan ko. Let the water flow over my fields.