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dáb-ot

Hiligaynon

To make a long arm, stretch out one's arm, to reach something hanging on a peg or the like. Dab-otá ang báyò sa lánsang. Reach down the jacket from the nail. Dab-otí akó siníng búlak sa káhoy. Reach up and pluck me this flower from the tree. Malúyag siá magkúhà sang estámpa sa díngding, ápang índì siá makadáb-ot. He would like to take down the picture from the wall, but he cannot reach it. Idáb-ot mo akó sa madalî sináng mga panápton nga hinaláy sa salabláyan, kay magaulán sa dílì madúgay. Please take in at once those clothes hanging on the line, for it is coming on to rain. (see lámbut, dángat).



dákin

Hiligaynon

(B) To gather up, collect, bring-, get-, put-, lump-, draw-, scrape-, rake-, together. Dakína ang mga linagárí. Gather the sawdust. Dakíni akó sang mga átis nga nadágdag sa káhoy. Collect for me the atis-fruit fallen from the tree. Dinákin na sang mga bátà ang mga panápton nga nabulád sa ínit. The children have gathered up the clothes spread in the sun. (see típon, tingúb).


damókol

Hiligaynon

To lie about in disorder, pell-mell, put in a disorderly way, disarray, jumble, litter, mess, huddle, muddle, higgledy-piggledy, topsy-turvy. Nagadamókol gid lang ang íya mga panápton. His clothes are lying about in great disorder. Husáya ang ímo panápton sa maléta, índì mo pagdamokólon. Arrange your clothes neatly in the handbag, don't throw them in anyhow, higgledy-piggledy. (see dúm-ok, hál-id, lághit, háb-on).


damúli

Hiligaynon

To soil, dirty, mess, muss, besoiled, dirtied, messed, mussed, stained. Nagadamúli gid ang íya mga panápton. His clothes are very dirty. (see búlit, damúlit, hígkò, dágtà, músing, táp-ing, etc.).


dás-og

Hiligaynon

To impel, push, poke, shove, thrust, crowd, wedge, squeeze. Gindás-og akó níya sa díngding. He squeezed me against the wall. Idás-og lang sa higád ang mga panápton nga mahígkò. Shove the soiled clothes into the corner. Dasogí lang ang kátre sang mga ulúnan. Just poke the pillows into the bed. (see dís-og).


dilána

Hiligaynon

(Sp. de lana) Woollen, made of wool, flannel. Panápton nga dilána. Woollen garments. Médyas nga dilána. Woollen socks or stockings. (see pranéla).


dósdos

Hiligaynon

Close, tight, pressed together, closely woven; to push, shove, impel, put close to, make tight, bring near together. Dósdos nga panápton. A closely woven garment. Dosdosá ang paghabúl. Weave closely or tightly. Idósdos siá sa díngding. Push him against the wall. Put him close to the wall. Gindósdos níya akó sa kodál. He shoved me close against the fence. (see tulúd, dás-og, dís-og).


dúgmal

Hiligaynon

To use often or frequently, wear out by constant use. Ginadúgmal níya lang ang malahálon nga mga panápton. He wears out his expensive clothes by constant use. He is always wearing his best clothes. Indì ka magdúgmal sang ímo sapátos nga bág-o. Don't wear your new boots often. (see gánoy, gámit, dagumák, saguláy).


dúm-ok

Hiligaynon

A small heap of stone put in a river in order to catch shrimps, lobsters, crabs and the like; to form a heap, lie about in a heap or in disorder. Magdúm-ok ka sa subâ, kay áton pagabungkagón sa búlan sa Enéro, kon may sulúd na. Build some stone traps in the river, for we will take them down in January, and see if they have anything in. Gindúm-ok níla ang mahígkò nga mga panápton sa higád. They piled up the soiled clothes in the corner. Nagadúm-ok gid lang dirí ang íya kasangkápan. His tools are here lying about in heaps-or-in utter disorder. Dum-okí ang kátre sang mga ulúnan. Put the pillows in a heap on the bed. Iníng subâ madámù sing dúm-ok. This river has many stone traps in it. (see hál-id).


gísì

Hiligaynon

To tear, slit, split, rend, break asunder, make a hole in. Gisía láng iníng sulát. Tear up this letter. Sín-o ang naggísì siníng papél? Who tore this paper? Nagisían ang púsud sang íya nga báyò. The corner of his jacket was torn. Ang mga bátà batíd gid maggísì sang panápton. Boys have a genius for tearing clothes. Iníng hénero matíngting; índì magísì (magkagísì) sa madalî. This kind of cloth is strong; it will not tear soon. (see gíhay).


háb-on

Hiligaynon

To throw down in a heap or in disorder. Indì mo pagiháb-on sa salúg ang ímo mga naúg. Don't throw your clothes on the floor. Hab-oní lang ang salúg sang ímo lalábhan. Just throw your dirty linen on the floor. Ginháb-on níya ang íya mga panápton sa higád. He threw his clothes in a heap in the corner. (see hál-id, dúm-ok).


hagáy

Hiligaynon

To air, give things an airing, take things out (from boxes, cupboards, etc. and spread them in the open air, lest they should spoil), set out, bring forth, show openly. Ihagáy ináng mga panápton. Give those clothes an airing. Hagayá ang mga dáhon sang tabákò. Spread the tobacco-leaves in the open air. Hagayí akó siníng mga maís. Spread these corn-cobs in the air for me. Ihagáy akó ánay siníng mga ulús. Kindly air these clothes. (see bulád, háway, kúyang).


hágud

Hiligaynon

To oil, anoint, grease, rub in fat, tallow, etc. Hagúda (-úra) ánay ang hénero, agúd maghapús ang pagtahî. Rub some fat into the cloth, that it may be easy to sew. Ginhágud níya ang háblon sing táro, kay kon dílì masápnot ang pagsodó sang ángkub. She first rubbed tallow into the materials for weaving, for otherwise it is difficult to beat the weft up to the web with the reed. Metaphorically: to waste, misspend, wear out. Nagahágud lang siá dídto sang íya nga ádlaw, panápton, etc. He merely wastes his time there, wears out his clothes, etc. (see pálhit, háplas, úsik, uyáng).


hál-id

Hiligaynon

To litter, throw down-, spread-, scatter-, in disorder. Ihál-id lang sa báid ang mahígkò nga panápton. Just throw your dirty linen in the corner. Indì ka maghál-id sang mga papél sa salúg. Don't litter the floor with those papers. Hal-idí (-irí) ang pamúsud sang hulút siníng mga ulúnan. Throw these pillows in the corner of the room. (see dúm-ok, háb-on).


haláy

Hiligaynon

To put on a string or line, hang out to dry (clothes, etc.). Ihaláy (halayá) ang mga linábhan. Hang the washed linen on the line. Halayí iníng písì sang ímo mga panápton túbtub nga magmalá. Hang your clothes on this line till they are dry. Kuháa sa madalî ang mga hinaláy nga ulús, kay malapít na lang ang ulán. Take the clothes off the line at once, for it is coming on to rain. (see sáblay, haláyhay).


hamókon

Hiligaynon

To fold or roll up, make up in a bundle or roll (clothes, mats, etc.) Hamokóna ang ímo báyò, delárgo kag hábul. Roll up into a bundle your jacket, trousers and blanket. Hamokóni akó sang ákon patádyong. Fold up my skirt. Ihamókon mo akó ánay sang mga panápton nga nagakalábit sa díngding. Fold and roll up for me, please, the clothes hanging on the wall. (see balólon, bágtong, putús, baláhos, hápin).


hánip

Hiligaynon

To arrange, put in order, regulate. Hanípa ang panápton. Arrange the clothes neatly. (húsay, kaláging).


hapín

Hiligaynon

Wrapping, covering, cover; to wrap, cover, envelop. Hapiní sing papél ang gisî sang ímo pányo, kay súdlan ko sing asín. Cover the torn part of your handkerchief with paper, for I am going to fill it with salt. Ihapín iníng papél sa ímo tulún-an. Wrap your book up in this paper. Make a cover or jacket for your book with this paper. Ginhapinán níla sing maáyo ang mga médyas nga íla pinadalá sa ákon sa koríyo. They wrapped the socks up well which they sent me by mail. Ihapín akó ánay siníng mga panápton. Please wrap up these clothes for me. (see baláhos, baráhos).


hóyhoy

Hiligaynon

To hang down loose or limp (as clothes drenched with rain or the like). Nagahóyhoy ang pakô sang iya báyò. The sleeve of his jacket is hanging loose. Ang ulán nagpahóyhoy sang íya mga panápton. The rain caused his clothes to hang limp. (see lóyloy).


húblas

Hiligaynon

Naked, bare, stripped, deprived of; nude, undressed; to strip, take off, bare, despoil, deprive of. Ang Aton Ginúo ginhublasán sang mga soldádo sang íya mga panápton. The soldiers stripped Our Lord of his garments. Indì mo pagpahublasón ang ímo mga bátà nga dolodalágkù na. Don't allow your bigger children to go about naked. Nahublasán siá sang tanán níya nga mánggad. He was deprived of all his wealth. (see hubû).


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