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patádyong

Hiligaynon

A kind of skirt worn by Philippine women. (see ámpis, tápis).



ában

Hiligaynon

To finish, take away or off (a loom or the like). Abána ang ákon háblon sa madalî nga saráng mahímò. Get my cloth off the loom as soon as possible. Ginában sang subâ ang ámon dútà. The river has washed away our land. Abánon mo na ang íya nga balayoón, kay nagtú-gon siá nga, kon maában na, ipadalá sa íya sa waláy lídan. Finish the cloth for making dresses, for she ordered it to be sent to her at once, when it was ready. Abáni akó sing duhá ka patádyong. Get me off the loom two native skirts, i. e. cloth sufficient for two such skirts called patádyong. Dílì makaában ang subâ siníng umá, kay may pángpang nga dínglì. The river cannot carry (wash) away this farm-land, for its bank is of hard sandstone. Naában na ang tátlo ka búlan sa napúlò nga inogbulúthù níya sa koléhyo. Three months have gone by already of the ten he has to study at college. Ginában níya ang dakû níya nga mánggad sa mga kalingáwlingáwan kag waláy pulús nga mga kahinguyángan. He spent his great wealth on diversions and useless extravagance. (see hingápus, hingapús, kúhà, búhin, áb-ab, etc.).


alubáksan

Hiligaynon

The waist; the place where a native skirt called "patádyong" is fastened or secured; the securing, fastening of a patádyong (by tucking in one end at the waist), (see ulubítan, ubít).


ámpis

Hiligaynon

(B) A Philippine woman's skirt; to use or wear such a skirt. Nagaámpis siá sing pulá. She wears a red skirt. Ampisí siá. Put a skirt on her. Paampisí siá. Make somebody put a skirt on her or provide her with a skirt. Ampisón ko lang iníng hábul. I'll make a skirt of this blanket, I'll make this blanket serve as a skirt. Iámpis mo ang ámpis. Put on your skirt. Indì ka na magbistído, kóndì magámpis ka gid. Don't wear a short dress any more, but put on a skirt. (see patádyong, tápis).


ánggid

Hiligaynon

Likeness, similarity, resemblance, similitude; like, similar, resembling; to be like or similar to, to compare with. Walâ sing ánggid sa íla nga duhá. There is no resemblance between the two. Anggid silá nga duhá-or-nagaánggid silá nga duhá. The two of them resemble each other-or-are like each other. Ang kápid nagaánggid gid. The twins are very much like each other-or-very much alike. Iánggid (but better "ipaánggid") iníng estampíta sa isá, kay tan-awón ko kon parého silá. Compare this picture with the one there, for I want to see, whether they are alike or resemble each other. Paanggidí ang patádyong ko, kon maghabúl ka sang ímò. Imitate or copy my skirt, when you weave one for yourself. (see agid-ágid).


asúl

Hiligaynon

(Sp. azul) Blue, azure, sky-blue; to colour or dye blue. Ginasúl níya ang báyò ko. He dyed my jacket blue. Dílì mo pagasulón ang patádyong. Don't dye the skirt blue. Ipaasúl ko iníng kolór nga pinúdpud sa ákon báyò. I will use this dye-powder to dye my jacket blue.


báklay

Hiligaynon

The wandering or crossing over mountains, hills, etc.; to cross, pass over heights. Ginbáklay níla ang matáas nga búkid. They crossed the high mountain. Baklayá ang bakólod. Cross the hill. Ibáklay akó siníng mga patádyong sa Hámtik. Kindly take these skirts along over the hills to Antique.


baláking

Hiligaynon

(H) To raise, or lift up a little, clothes such as the skirt, the cassock or the like. Balakínga ang patádyong mo, kay madálum ang subâ. Raise your skirt a little, for the river is deep. Magbaláking ka sang sotána mo, agúd índì mabasâ. Lift your cassock a little, lest it should get wet. (see kalókos, kolókos-to tuck up the trousers or the like; baráking).


bántal

Hiligaynon

(H) To bundle or wrap up, tuck in. Bantalá ang tinápay, ang mga búlak, ang kapáyas, etc. Tie up the bread, the flowers, the papayas, etc. in a bundle. Bantalá (ibántal) ang tinápay sa ímo patádyong. Wrap up the bread in your skirt. Bantalí ang ímo tampíon sing tinápay. Tuck some bread in your apron. (see bágtong, putús).


bilíd

Hiligaynon

To look at something held in the hand, to handle, examine, inspect. Nakabilid akó sang bág-o nga hénero nga kóko sa tiénda kag sa ákon bántà dílì maáyo nga kláse sang hénero yádto. I inspected the new white cloth in the shop and according to my opinion it is not a good kind of cloth. Bídla iní kon úyon mo. Look at this and see, whether you like it. Bídli akó sang mga patádyong nga ginabalígyà ko, kay básì may mauyónan ka. Examine the skirts I keep for sale, perhaps there are some to your liking. (see mútad, sulúng, mulálong, tán-aw, túluk).


búli

Hiligaynon

To polish, make glossy, make shiny. Bulíha ang patádyong ko. Put a gloss on my skirt. Patádyong nga binúli. A kind of glossy skirt. A patádyong that has been starched and made glossy by beating. (see híning, silíng, sílì).


burusánggal

Hiligaynon

(B) Packed, stuffed, crammed, chock-full, choke-full; slovenly, untidy, fastened carelessly (of a skirt, etc.). Burusánggal ang pamatádyong níya. She fastens her skirt untidily, carelessly. Burusanggalá lang ang ubít mo. Fasten your skirt anyhow (by tucking in the upper end of the "patádyong" very quickly and carelessly).


búsyad

Hiligaynon

To fasten loosely, secure untidily (one's dress, especially applied to a "patádyong"). (see buyâ).


buyâ

Hiligaynon

(B) Loose, not well tied or fastened, tied below the waist; to come loose, etc. Buyâ ang íya nga patádyong. Her skirt is loosely tied. Nagbuyâ ang íya patádyong. Her skirt came loose. Ginpabuyâ níya ang ubít sang íya nga patádyong. She loosened the fastening of her skirt. Indì mo pagpabuyaón ang ímo nga patádyong. Don't loosen your skirt. (see labóy, halúg).


dándan

Hiligaynon

To weave plain cloth without cross-stripes and consequently without the necessity of changing the colour of thread in the shuttle; the method of weaving without cross-stripes. Ang paghabúl níya sang patádyong dándan gid lámang. Her weaving of the skirt is (was) done without cross-stripes i.e. just straight on, quickly. Dandaná lang ang paghabúl, agúd madásig. Simply weave the cloth straight on without cross-stripes, so that it may soon be finished. (see dalándan-to fly down-stairs).


dápiot

Hiligaynon

To hold fast to, cling to, hang on to, grasp (as children the skirt of their mother or the like). Ang bátà nagadápiot sa patádyong sang íya ilóy-or-ginadapiotán sang bátà ang patádyong sang íya ilóy. The child is holding fast to its mother's skirt. (see kápyot, kapút, úyat).


gánoy

Hiligaynon

To draggle, drag, draw or pull along. Indì mo pagganóyon ang bátà, kay malayô ang ímo kadtoán. Don't drag your child along, for you have a long distance to go. Gingánoy gid lang níya ang íya patádyong sa lúnang nga walâ níya pagbalakínga. She just draggled her skirt through the mud instead of tucking it up. (see gúyud, dalá, sagúmboy, ságnoy).


gútab

Hiligaynon

(B) To cut off, sever, separate, divide, part (transitive). Gutába na sa hinabúl ang isá ka patádyong. Cut off from the woven cloth sufficient for one skirt. Gutábi akó sing isá ka delargohón. Cut off for me a piece sufficient for a pair of trousers. Igútab sa kalát iníng kotsílyo. Cut the rope with this knife. (see útud).


haláblon

Hiligaynon

(H) Weaving, weaving materials, things to be woven into cloth. Nakabakál akó sing tátlo ka ágpang nga bunáng nga haláblon. I bought three hanks of yarn to be woven. Pilá ka patádyong ang haláblon mo? How many skirts have you to weave? (see habúl).


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).


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