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hubû

Hiligaynon

Naked, bare, stripped, nude, undraped; to strip, disrobe, undress. Ginhubuán siá sang mga buyóng sang íya mga panápton. The brigands stripped him of his clothes. (see húblas).



hugáb

Hiligaynon

To waver, vacillate, falter, act irresolutely, be infirm of purpose, but mostly construed with a negative and hence meaning: To act with determination, purposefully, without evasion, etc. Kon hugabán mo ang pagkósò índì maúrut ang bulíng siní nga panápton. If you rub this garment so remissly, you will not get all the dirt out. Walâ níya paghugabí ang paghánot sa íya anák. He did not hesitate to give his son a sound beating.


húgum

Hiligaynon

To steep in, pervade, diffuse, saturate with (odours, etc.). Ang kahumút sang habón naghúgum sa mga panápton nga sa sulúd sang baúl. The scent of the soap suffused the clothes in the trunk. Nahugúman ang íya ulús sang bahô sang binódo. Her clothes are saturated with the smell of salt fish. Ihúgum (ipahúgum) iníng pahumút sa ákon mga panápton. Scent my clothes with this perfume. Nahúgum gid siá sang amó nga pagtoloóhan. He is steeped in that creed-or: He is a votary of that creed. (see lúgum, húpug).


húlum

Hiligaynon

(H) To soak, pickle, put into a liquid, steep in colour. Hulúmi ang ímo panápton sing (sa) túbig nga may habón. Put your clothes in soap and water. Ginhulúman níya ang madámù nga mga páho sa lánggaw. He pickled many mangoes in vinegar. Ihúlum ánay iníng habón sa mga lalábhan kag buás ugáling lábhan mo. Soak the wash in soapy water first and then wash it to-morrow. Indì ka magpahúlum sa línaw. Don't step into the pool. (see lúgum).


humán

Hiligaynon

Ready, done, finished, complete, accomplished, terminated; condensed, congealed, solidified, coagulated; to finish, accomplish, terminate, complete a job, finish a piece of work or the like; to condense, coagulate, congeal, solidify. Humán na ang baláy, táytay, panápton, etc. The house, the bridge, the clothes, etc. are ready. Humanón mo ang sulát sa madalî, agúd makaábut pa sa koríyo. Finish the letter at once so as to be in time for the mail. Ihumán akó sing isá ka síya. Please make me a chair. Finish a chair for me. Nahumán na ang ímo sapátos. Your boots are done now. Nagahumán na ang kalámay. The sugar is now thickening, condensing, crystallizing. (see tápus, lísto, lapúyot, tíg-a).


hutô

Hiligaynon

To maintain-, keep-, stay-, long, protract, prolong, put off. Indì mo paghutoón ang mga panápton nga bulingón, kóndì bunákan mo gilayón. Don't keep the dirty clothes (lying about) for a long time, but wash them at once.


ílis

Hiligaynon

Change, alteration, variation; to change, alter, vary, replace, substitute, exchange; successor, instead of. Makaduhá sa simána may ílis sang prográma. Twice a week there is a change of programme. Sín-o ang ílis níya? Who is his successor? Who takes his place? Maílis-or-magaílis pa akó ánay. First, I shall change (my clothes). Ilísan mo ang ímo kálò nga dáan sing bág-o. Exchange your old hat for a new one. Isli-or-ilísi ang salúg nga kawáyan sing tápì. Take up the bamboo-floor and make one of boards. Sang paghalín ni Pédro nailísan siá ni Páblo. When Peter left, Paul took his place. Iníng mga kawáyan iílis ko sa kodál nga dáan. These bamboos I am going to use to replace the old fence. Nabasâ ang ákon panápton kag walâ akó sing iílis. My clothes got wet and I had no change. Tandaán mo gid ang mga ílis sa íya baláy. Mark well the alterations in his house. (see báylo, tál-us).


ílis

Hiligaynon

Change, alteration, variation; to change, alter, vary, replace, substitute, exchange; successor, instead of. Makaduhá sa simána may ílis sang prográma. Twice a week there is a change of programme. Sín-o ang ílis níya? Who is his successor? Who takes his place? Maílis-or-magaílis pa akó ánay. First, I shall change (my clothes). Ilísan mo ang ímo kálò nga dáan sing bág-o. Exchange your old hat for a new one. Isli-or-ilísi ang salúg nga kawáyan sing tápì. Take up the bamboo-floor and make one of boards. Sang paghalín ni Pédro nailísan siá ni Páblo. When Peter left, Paul took his place. Iníng mga kawáyan iílis ko sa kodál nga dáan. These bamboos I am going to use to replace the old fence. Nabasâ ang ákon panápton kag walâ akó sing iílis. My clothes got wet and I had no change. Tandaán mo gid ang mga ílis sa íya baláy. Mark well the alterations in his house. (see báylo, tál-us).


irás

Hiligaynon

To annoy, jar-, grate-, get-, upon one's nerves, strike painfully or annoyingly, be a nuisance. Ginairás akó sináng hámbal. I am getting annoyed at that kind of talk. Nagapairás siá sa ákon. He is getting on my nerves (with his refusals, pretexts, excuses, or the like). Iníng babáe nagapairás sang íya nga panápton. It is trying to see how this woman flaunts her clothes.


irás

Hiligaynon

To annoy, jar-, grate-, get-, upon one's nerves, strike painfully or annoyingly, be a nuisance. Ginairás akó sináng hámbal. I am getting annoyed at that kind of talk. Nagapairás siá sa ákon. He is getting on my nerves (with his refusals, pretexts, excuses, or the like). Iníng babáe nagapairás sang íya nga panápton. It is trying to see how this woman flaunts her clothes.


karánda

Hiligaynon

(B) To perform with despatch, expedite, do quickly and hence carelessly. Karandahá lang ang panápton. Be quick with the clothes (in dressing, washing, etc.). (see dalî).


kasâsâ

Hiligaynon

To fray, become useless, run to seed. Nagakasâsâ ang ákon panápton sa kagabúk. My clothes are getting frayed through rottenness. (see katâtâ).


kórte

Hiligaynon

(Sp. corte) A cut, fit, the stuff necessary for a garment; to cut, cut out, fit (in tailoring). Maáyo ang kórte sang íya mga panápton. The cut of his clothes is good. Ang manugtábas nagakórte na sang ákon delárgo. The tailor is cutting out the cloth for my trousers. Iníng manugtábas maábtik mangórte. This tailor is an expert cutter. (see tábas).


kósò

Hiligaynon

To rub, apply friction, abrade, massage, chafe, fret. Kosóa sing maáyo ang ákon panápton sa (sang) habón. Rub my clothes well with soap. Kinósò níya ang duhá níya ka dalúnggan. He rubbed both his ears.


lágtom

Hiligaynon

Dark, black (of boots, etc.); dark green, luscious (of leaves, etc.); to be black, luscious, etc. Ang humáy nagalágtom na, kay naulanán. The rice is growing well now (is dark green), for it has had rain. Nalagtomán akó siníng mga tanúm. These plants look luscious to me, appear to me to be in a very flourishing condition. Kon magbakál ka sing panápton nga maitúm, pilíon mo ang malágtom, índì ang mabúdhaw. If you buy black clothes, choose very black ones and not such as are a rusty black. (see dulúm, itúm).


láhus

Hiligaynon

Quick, expeditious, speedy, by a short-cut; to do something quickly, expeditiously, in less than ordinary time, speedily, with speed. Láhus nga trabáho. Expeditious work. Lahúsa gid ang paglútò sang manók. Cook the chicken quickly. Nagaláhus lang siá sang íya mga buluhatón, sang íya pagsulát, pagtahî, etc. He performs his duties, his writing, his sewing, etc. expeditiously. Lahúson mo lang ang ákon panápton, kay may kadtoán akó sa buás. Get my dress ready at once, for I have to go out to-morrow. (see dalî, dalî-dálì, dagúndon).


lamayó

Hiligaynon

To be or become rather hard or dry, but not very dry; to be pliable or damp. Ang kusáhos walâ gid mag-ugá, kóndì naglamayó lang. The slice (of meat) has not become thoroughly dry, but only slightly so. Hálus naglamayó ang mga panápton nga inamidolán pinúnpun ko, kay daw matupâ ang ulán. As soon as the starched clothes were slightly dry, I gathered them in, because it looked as if it was going to rain.


layáb

Hiligaynon

To flutter, flap, be shaken to and fro by the wind, as clothes on a line or the like. Ang íya panápton nagalayáb sa hángin. His clothes are fluttering in the wind. Ginalayáb sang hángin ang íya báyò. His jacket is being fluttered by the wind. (see úyog, hulág-húlag).


libálib

Hiligaynon

To wrap or roll up well in paper, etc. Libalíba ang pagputús sang mga panápton, agúd malíg-on. Wrap the clothes up well that the package may be strong, may be able to stand rough handling or the like. (see balólon, baláhos, putús, búngkus, bágtong, hapín).


límpyo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. limpio) Clean, stainless, spotless, pure, free, clear; to clean, cleanse, make stainless, etc. Límpyohí ang balatonán, ang mga pínggan, etc. Clean the reception room, the plates, etc. Ilímpyo iníng habón sa mga panápton. Wash the clothes with this soap. Linimpyohán níya ang mga báso sing maáyo. He cleaned the glasses well. Límpyo na ang lángit nga walâ sing gál-um. The sky is now clear of clouds. (see tínlò).


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