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pilóng

Hiligaynon

To close or shut the eyes; closed, shut (of eyes). Pilongá ang ímo mga matá. Close (shut) your eyes. (see píong, píyong, piróng, kípot)



hámil

Hiligaynon

To use or provide a soft support, to cushion, to pillow. Ginahámil níya ang ulúnan sa íya nga likód. He is using the pillow as a support for his back. Hamíli siá sing hábul sa likód. Have her back propped up by a blanket. Hamílan mo ang pulungkóan sing almoháda. Place a cushion on the seat. Hamílon ko lang iníng kógon. I'll use this cogon-grass as a soft support. Ginhámil níya ang ákon báyò. He used my jacket as a bolster. May hamíl kamó sa kátre? Have you anything to put on the bed as a mattress? Húo, ihámil mo lang iníng hábul. Yes, just use this blanket as a mattress. (see hampílò, ampílò).


pamilók

Hiligaynon

(H) The kind or form of one's eyelashes; to blink, to wink. (see pilók, milók).


pídngan

Hiligaynon

From pilóng, piróng-to close. Napídngan siá sang íya mga matá. His eyes were closed.


píkot

Hiligaynon

To close; to patch, mend, sew together torn pieces of cloth, etc. (see pígot, tókap, takóp, pilóng).


pinilokán

Hiligaynon

A fold or plait, anything folded or plaited, a dog-ear. May pinilokán sa púnta sang papél. There is a fold at the corner of the paper. The paper is turned down (dog-eared) at the corner. (see pilók, piníd-an).


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