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pangáon

Hiligaynon

Freq. of káon-to eat, take food, etc. Nagapangáon-or-nagapangináon silá. They are taking food, are having a meal. Ang mga gál-um nagapangináon pa. The clouds are eating still, i.e. are gathering or increasing in size (a sign of coming rain).



balábalá

Hiligaynon

To marvel, wonder, be amazed, be struck with wonder, be surprised or astonished. Nagabalábalá gid akó sang kadásig sang ímo kabáyo, sang kadúgay sang ímo óbra, etc. I am surprised at the swiftness of your horse, at the length of time you are at your work, etc. Indì ka magbalábalá kon índì kamí magabút sa gilayón, kay mabúdlay man ang dálan. Don't be astonished, if we do not come at once, for the road is difficult. Daw nabalábalá akó sang íya nga pangáon. I marvelled at the way he attacked the food. He surprised me with the amount he ate.


hingaón

Hiligaynon

One who eats much; voracious, omnivorous, insatiable, glutton, gourmand, "greedy-guts". (see káon, pangáon).


lamínday

Hiligaynon

Slow, weak, feeble; to do slowly, etc. Lamínday ang íya paglakát, pangabúdlay, etc. He walks, works, etc. slowly. Nagalamínday siá sa pagkáon-or-lamínday siá sing pangáon. He is a slow eater. Naglamínday ang karabáw, kay nabúdlay. The buffalo is slow, for it is tired. (see ágday, búndul, pákok, hínay, lágday, etc.).


makatíbal

Hiligaynon

Surfeiting, nauseating, sickening, loathsome, exciting aversion or nausea. Ginmúlay siá níya sing makatíbal. He abused him soundly in very strong language. Ginkán-an níya ang báboy sing makatíbal nga pangáon. He ate of the pork-or-partook of the pork till he felt a loathing for it. (tíbal; see makasolómo, makataláka).


walá

Hiligaynon

Left, the left hand. Sa walá. To the left. On the left hand. At the left side. Walá siá sing panglabô, pangáon, etc. He cuts, eats, etc. with the left hand. Walá ang ayón mo ukón ang toó? Are you left-handed or right-handed?