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panápton

Hiligaynon

Clothes, clothing, dress, raiment, garment, costume, attire, garb, vesture, vestment, wearing apparel, wear, robe. (see sapút, panapút, ulús, naúg, bíste).



abaká

Hiligaynon

(Sp. abaca) The hemp-plant; hemp-fibre; hempen, made of hemp. Panápton nga abaká, kalát nga abaká, etc. Hemp-cloth, hemp-rope, etc. (see lánot).


alintabó

Hiligaynon

The rising of clouds of dust, the splashing or spraying of water and the like; to rise (of dust), to splash, spray (of water, etc.). Ang yáb-ok nagaalintabó sa hángin. The dust is rising in clouds on account of the wind. Ginapaalintabó ang yáb-ok sang hángin. The wind raises the dust in clouds. Paalintabohá ang túbig sa línaw. Make the water splash in the quiet pool. Ang túbig magaalintabó kon balángan mo sing bató nga dakû. Water will splash, if you throw a big stone into it. Natabónan ang ámon mga panápton sang yáb-ok, kay naalintabohán kamí bangúd sang mamádlus nga hángin. Our clothes got covered with dust, because it rose in clouds around us due to the strong wind. Abi, ipaalintabó akó sang túbig, kay malúyag akó magtán-aw. Well, cause the water to splash, for I should like to see it.


almidón

Hiligaynon

(Sp. almidon) Starch; to starch. Ginalmidonán níya ang ákon báyò. sing lakás. She starched my jacket overmuch. Ialmidón akó sang ákon báyò. Please starch my jacket for me. Ipaalmidón ko sa mamumunák ang ákon báyò. I will get the washerwoman to starch my jacket. Ang mga panápton nga inalmidonán mabáskog. Starched clothes are stiff. Panápton nga alalmidonán. Clothes to be starched. (see amidól, armidól).


ámlig

Hiligaynon

Care, attention, caution; to handle with care, to guard well or be careful with. Amligí ang bág-o nga kínke. Handle the new lamp with care. Ginamligán níya ang íya panápton, agúd índì mabulingán. He was careful with his clothes, lest they should become soiled. Iámlig akó ánay siní. Please take care of this for me. Paamligán mo sa íya ang mga báso, agúd nga dílì mabúong. Tell him to handle the glasses with care, lest they should be broken. Ipaámlig sa íya ang tanán nga mga galamitón sa baláy. Let him look carefully after all the furniture in the house. (see ándam, kaámlig, mainamlígon).


bágtik

Hiligaynon

To harden and get brittle, as dry mud and the like. Nagbágtik ang lúnang. The mud has hardened. Nabagtikán sía sing lúnang sa íya mga panápton. Some mud got dry and hard on his clothes. Nagbágtik ang kalámay sa kaláhà. The sugar in the pan is overdone i.e. has dried and hardened to the point of emitting a smell of scorching or burning.


bahandíon

Hiligaynon

Precious, rich, costly, something to be treasured. Nagapanapút silá sang labíng bahandíon níla nga mga panápton. They dressed themselves in their costliest garments. (see bahándì, mahál, bilídhon).


balúkhay

Hiligaynon

To rummage, ransack, turn over in search of, to look for something amongst a number of other things. Indì mo pagbalúk-hayón ang ákon mga ulús. Do not rummage amongst my clothes. Balúk-hayí gid ang íya nga maléta, kay básì ang ímong báyò yárà sa sulúd sinâ. Ransack his handbag, for maybe, your jacket is in there. Ibalúk-hay akó ánay siníng mga panápton, kay ginamáyom ko nga yárà man dirâ ang ákon pányo nga nadúlà. Kindly search these garments thoroughly, for I guess that my missing handkerchief will be found amongst them.


bigól, bígol

Hiligaynon

Hardened, caked; to harden, become caked. Nagbigól ang lúnang sa íya panápton. The mud hardened on his clothes. Nabigolán ang ákon delárgo sing pínta. My trousers are (were) stiff with dry paint or some paint has hardened on my trousers. (see ápol, ákmol, bágtik, pígol, píghol).


bílad

Hiligaynon

To open; unfold (a book or the like). Bilára (-áda) ang tulún-an. Open the book. Bilári akó sang líbro. Open the book for me. Ginabílad mo lang ang líbro nga walâ mo pagbasáha. You are holding the book open without reading it. Biniláran níya ang látok sang íya mga panápton. He spread or displayed his clothes on the table. (see húmlad, bulád, ládlad, bíkat-to force asunder, etc.).


bíste

Hiligaynon

(Sp. viste) Clothes, garments, wearing apparel, robes; to wear clothes, etc. Nagabíste siá sing mahál nga mga panápton. She is wearing costly apparel. Indì ka magbíste nga súbung sang isá ka prínsipe. Don't dress yourself up like a prince. Ginbistehán níya ang laráwan sang Mahál nga Bírhen. She robed the statue of the Blessed Virgin. Pabistehí siá. Provide him with clothes. Clothe him or her. (see ulús, panápton, naúg).


bololághot

Hiligaynon

(H) To be overwhelmed with work, be very busy, unable to cope with all the work. Daw sa índì akó makaílis sang ákon mga panápton, kay nagabololághot akó. I have scarcely time to change my clothes, for I am overwhelmed with work. Nagabololághot lang ang ákon mga buluhatón. My work is overwhelming, I cannot cope with all I should do.


búad

Hiligaynon

Increase, augmentation, progeny, offspring; to augment, increase, multiply. Ang kalabánan sang mga kágaw nagabúad sa támà nga kadásig. Most of the microbes multiply very rapidly. Iníng túbig nabuádan (nabuáran) sing madámù nga úlud. Many worms have been bred in this water. Ang mga báksat kag bitík dílì makabúad sa táo nga matínlo sing láwas kag panápton. Bugs and fleas cannot breed on a man that keeps his body and clothes clean. Amó iní ang ginabuáran sang mga báboy. This is the place where pigs are raised. Amó iní ang ginapabuáran ko sing mga báboy. Here I am breeding pigs. (see pamúad, buluarán, pabuluarán).


búkag

Hiligaynon

Dishevelled, rumpled, loose, unkempt, shaggy; to be or become dishevelled, etc. Nagabúkag ang ímo bohók. Your hair is dishevelled. Dî mo pagpabukágon ang ímo bohók. Don't rumple your hair. Nagabúkag siá, kay mabáskug kaáyo ang almidón sang íya mga panápton. He cuts an awkward figure, because his clothes are starched too much. (see bukágkag, págpag, burungáyngay).


búlingón

Hiligaynon

(H) Soiled, dirty, grimy, smudged, begrimed, stained, dirtied, messed, sullied. Bulingón ikáw; palígos ka. You are dirty; take a bath. Bulingón ang kamót mo, segúro nangóot ka sa kólon. Your hand is dirty; surely you have been groping in the kettle. Bulingón nga panápton. Soiled linen, clothes to be washed, the wash, clothes for the wash. (buringón id.).


búnak

Hiligaynon

To wash by beating water-soaked clothes. Bunáki ang panápton ko. Wash my clothes. Panápton nga binunákan. Washed clothes. Ibúnak akó sang ákon pányo. Kindly wash my handkerchief. (see labá).


búngkos

Hiligaynon

A package, bundle; to pack, bundle up, wrap-, make-, up in a bundle. Bungkosá ang panápton mo. Tie your clothes up in a bundle. (see búgkos, baláhos, bágtong, putús).


búnlaw

Hiligaynon

To rinse, lave, finish washing or bathing by the use of clean, fresh water. Bunlawí na lang ang bátà, kay nagakúrug na sa katúgnaw. Finish off bathing the child by pouring fresh, clean water over it, for it is trembling with cold. Nakapalígos na akó kag mamúnlaw na lang akó. I have taken a bath and now I am going to rinse myself with clean water. Ibúnlaw iníng túbig nga matínlò sa mga panápton nga linábhan. Use this clean water for rinsing the wash.


búskad

Hiligaynon

(H) To open out, spread, expand, extend, unfold. Ibúskad or buskará ang pányo. Open the handkerchief. Ginbúskad ko ang panápton, kay nabasâ. I spread out the clothes, for they had become wet. Nagabúskad ang búlak. The flower opens. (see búkad, bukád, bukâ).


dáan

Hiligaynon

Old, ancient, antiquated, used, worn, out of date or fashion, behind the times, primitive, archaic. Dáan na iníng baláy. This is an old house. Ginhámbal ko iní sa ímo nga dáan. I told you this before or long ago. Mga dáan na kitá sa kalibútan. We are a long time in the world, are getting old. Ang Dáan nga Katípan. The Old Law or Testament. Sa walâ pa nga dáan --. Beforehand, before it happened or came about --. Walâ silá magpahibaló sinâ sa ákon nga dáan, kóndì karón lang. They did not tell me that before, but only now. Sang dáan nga mga tinúig dáan man ang mga batásan. In ancient time there were also ancient customs. Ang dáan ko nga panápton. My old or worn out clothes. (see dumáan, mál-am, tigúlang, sádto, ánay, kinarágto, sinádto, minál-am).


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