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pidâ

Hiligaynon

One who does not eat meat or fish, one who is very particular about his food; a vegetarian. Pidâ siá sa kárne, ísdà, etc. He does not eat meat, fish, etc. (see mapidâ).



kapidâ

Hiligaynon

Fastidiousness, daintiness, overniceness, squeamishness (particularly with regard to food). (see pidâ).


mapidâ

Hiligaynon

One who is very particular about his food, fastidious, dainty, difficult to please. (see pidâ).


pidâ-pídà

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of pidâ-fastidious, particular (as to food). Also: to eat slowly or daintily.


píslì

Hiligaynon

To squander, waste, be-fastidious,-squeamish,-prodigal,-difficult to please in matters of taste, or the like. (see údhà, buhahâ, pílì, pidâ).


alupídan

Hiligaynon

A kind of creeper with acidulous leaves that are edible.


lápida

Hiligaynon

(Sp. lápida) Tablet, memorial stone, slab, monument, inscription on a metal plate or stone slab. (see batungdáan, handumánan).


pidál

Hiligaynon

(Sp. pedal) Treadle, pedal; to secure or hold fast by treading or exerting pressure upon. Pidalí ang tápì sa púnta. Press the board firmly down at the end. Pidalí ang papél, agúd índì mahúlug. Hold the paper down firmly or it will fall. (see lapakán).


pidáso

Hiligaynon

(Sp. pedazo) Piece, bit, fragment, part, shard, sherd. (see báhin).


alompílan

Hiligaynon

A kind of creeper with acidulous leaves that are used as condiment. (see alupídan).


ásab

Hiligaynon

To eat anything and everything that comes one's way, not to be particular as regards food, to be omnivorous. Sang úna mapidâ siá, karón nagásab na. She used to be very particular about her food, now she is ready to eat anything. In a figurative sense, especially applied to women, it means to follow the manners of prostitutes, receiving and accepting anybody. (see maásab, kaásab).


bátwan

Hiligaynon

A kind of creeper, whose fruit and leaves are edible and taste sour like those of the alupídan.


dálhit

Hiligaynon

Fear, apprehension, dread, misgiving, trepidation, funk; to be fearful, to dread, fear, frighten, fill with apprehension. May dálhit siá or ginadalhitán siá. He is full of dread. He is filled with apprehension. Nagadálhit ang ginháwa ko. I am afraid. Anó ang nagapadálhit sa ímo. What makes you afraid? What is frightening you? Padalhitá siá. Make him afraid. Intimidate-, scare-, alarm-, him. Ipadálhit mo sa íya inâ. Make use of that-to put fear into him,-to dismay-, terrify-, him. (see hádluk).


dírham

Hiligaynon

Fear, apprehension, nervousness, perturbation, trepidation, timidity; to be apprehensive, in trepidation or fear, to wince, shrink, flinch, blench, tremble. May dírham siá or ginadírham siá. He is afraid, apprehensive, in trepidation. Nagadírham ang íya ginháwa (solóksolók). He is nervous, afraid. Ginadírham akó kon mangilát. I am afraid of lightning. (see hádluk, kúlbà).


guríbhay

Hiligaynon

Dilapidated, frayed, the worse for wear, torn, old, shabby, stained and soiled, deteriorated or injured by wear; to be frayed, etc. Guríbhay na ang ákon delárgo. My trousers are old and worn out. Nagguríbhay ang íya puróy sa dáyon nga paggámit. His shorts are worn out by constant use. (see gurísnay, gúsbat, gubát, gunít).


hanguyús

Hiligaynon

To be in a state of fear, perturbation, trepidation, terror, agitation, to be all of a tremor, be shocked or greatly surprised, to shiver, tremble, shake, make one's hair stand on end. Nahanguyús siá sang pagkabatî níya siní. He was shocked when he heard this. Nahanguyusán siá sang balítà nga napatáy sa hinálì tatáy níya. He was taken aback by the news that his father had suddenly died. Pinanghanguyusán siá sang bágyo. The hurricane made him greatly afraid. (see hádluk, kúgmat, lísang, kúrug, kuyús, kúlbà, dírham).


hípid

Hiligaynon

(H) To be or become or make nice, trim, neat, tidy. Naghípid siá karón; sádto damák siá. She has become tidy now; formerly she used to be slovenly. Nahipídan akó sa íya. She appears to me to be very neat. Pahipída (-íra) siá. Make her observe the rules of tidiness-or-Try to make her tidy-or-Order her to dress tidily, etc.


kakúlbà

Hiligaynon

Shyness, fear, trepidation, apprehension, nervousness, nervous excitement, trembling. (see kúlbà).


kapíslì

Hiligaynon

Fastidiousness, overniceness, over-indulgence; wastefulness, prodigality. (see píslì, kapidâ, kabuhahâ).


kasústo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. sústo) Shock, surprise, trepidation, turn, a strong and sudden agitation.


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