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pamág-o

Hiligaynon

Freq. of bág-o-to make new, renew, renovate.



pamág-o

Hiligaynon

Caus. and Freq. of mág-o-to be or feel new in a place or position, not habituated, not familiar, unaccustomed, startled, surprised. Namág-o siá dídto. He feels new there, is not yet quite at home there, has not yet settled down there, feels strange in his new surroundings. Anhon ko ang pagpamág-o sa mga bisíta?-Pasud-aní silá sing ginamós kag pahigdaá silá sa salúg. What shall I do to startle (give a surprise to) the visitors?-Give them pickled fish (as a side-dish to rice) and let them sleep on the floor.


hínlaw

Hiligaynon

(B) To feel unsettled in a new place, feel the effects of having been transferred or transplanted to new soil. Nahínlaw akó. I do not feel at home yet-or-I am not yet accustomed to the place. Indì ka magkádto sa malayô, kay básì mahínlaw ka. Don't go far away, for you may have difficulty in becoming accustomed to new surroundings-or-you may feel home-sick. Indì mo paghalínon dídto ang mga kamátis, kay básì mahínlaw. Don't remove the tomato plants from there, for they may not take kindly to another soil. (see hídlaw, pamág-o, mág-o).


mág-o

Hiligaynon

See pamág-o-to be new to a place, etc. (see bág-o, hínlaw).


múhaw

Hiligaynon

To enjoy a new taste or experience. (see hígmaw, pamág-o).


pamág-an

Hiligaynon

To lighten, make light, make bearable, to ease. Pamag-aná ang íya lúlan. Lighten his burden. Give him a light load to carry. Put a light load on him. (pa, mág-an).


pamág-ang

Hiligaynon

Corner, corner-stone; form or shape of one's molar teeth. (see bág-ang).


pamág-on

Hiligaynon

Freq. of pág-on-to strengthen, fortify, to be firm, decided, resolute, determined.