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pasánag

Hiligaynon

To make light, enlighten, brighten, shed light upon, to light or clear up, illuminate. Pasanági ang kwárto, kay madulúm. Let some light into the room, for it is dark. Pinasanágan níya ang ámon pagpanáug sa hágdan. He lighted us down the staircase. Kon saráng nímo kamí mapasanágan sinâ pagapasalamátan námon. If you can make that clear to us we shall be grateful. (Note the accent in the following). Nasanagán na nga--. It is proved that--. Kon masanagán ang íya salâ silótan siá sing nagakaígò. If his fault can be proven (brought to light) he will be punished accordingly. (pa, sánag).



padánag, padán-ag

Hiligaynon

To make clear, bright, light up, illuminate. (see pasánag). (dánag-sánag).


pasánaw, pasanáaw

Hiligaynon

To brighten, make clear, illuminate. (see sanáaw, sánaw, pasánag).


sánag

Hiligaynon

Clearness, brightness, light, lucidity, luminousness, luminosity, brilliancy, effulgence, refulgence; consultation, diagnosis, inspection, act of consulting; to be or make clear, shine, etc. Ang sánag sang ádlaw. The light of day, the brightness of the sun. Nagasánag na ang búlan. The moon is shining brightly. Pasanági ang ságwà. Light up the reception room. Pasanága ang sugâ, índì mo pagpakiróton. Turn up the light of the lamp, don't turn it down. But: (Note the accent). Kon masanagán ang íya sinâ nga kamatuóran mahibalo-*án náton kon diín ang katarúngan. When the truth of it is made clear, we shall know who is right or where to lay the blame. Nasanagán na ang íya nga salâ. His fault is made clear now.