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pailóm

Hiligaynon

To blacken, darken, etc. Caus. of ilóm. (see paitúm, paalúm).



paalúm

Hiligaynon

To darken, make dark, blacken, tarnish, dull, make lose whiteness or lustre, applied especially to a metal and to facial expression. Ang túbig nagpaalúm sang íya síngsing, arítos, bórlas, binángon, etc. His (Her) ring, ear-rings, tassels, bolo, etc. became dark or lost their original (lustre) brightness through the action of water. Indì ka magpaalúm sang ímo guyá. Don't look so black (sour, cross). (see alúm, paitúm, pailóm).


paitúm

Hiligaynon

To blacken, darken, make black or dark. Nagpaitúm siá sang íya guyá. He blackened his face (with soot, burned cork, etc.). His face darkened (with anger). Paitumá ang mga sapín nga mapulá. Blacken the brown (red) boots. (see itúm, paalúm, pailóm).