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píto

Hiligaynon

(Sp. pito). Whistle, pipe, penny-whistle, cat-call; the whistle of a steamboat, horn of an automobile. (see pamíto, huní, síyak).



pitó

Hiligaynon

Seven.


áyao

Hiligaynon

Satisfaction, sufficiency, enough; to satisfy, come up to the mark, fill up what is short, be sufficient or enough. Makaáyao balá ang isá ka pásong nga humáy sa ánum ka táo sa isá ka búlan?-Abáw, índì gid, hálus gánì nga makaáyao sa íla ang ápat ka pásong. Will one bushel of rice be sufficient for six men for one month?-Oh, no, by no means; four bushels will scarcely be sufficient for them. Kúlang pa ang pitó ka gántang sa isá ka pásong; ayáoa lang iníng pitó ka gántang. There are still seven gantas short of one bushel; just add seven gantas to make the measure complete. Magkúhà ka lang sing diótay nga humáy sa ákon tambóbo, ápang índì mo pagayáoon nga isá ka pásong. Take a little rice from my granary, but do not take a whole bushel. Kon magkádto ikáw sa malayô nga mga báryo maayáoan ka sa paglakát. If you go to far villages you will get quite enough of walking.


bakólod

Hiligaynon

Hill, mound, rise, hillock, down, any small eminence or elevation. Ang ákon karón nga pinamáhaw saráng makapabáklay sa ákon sa pitó ka bakólod. With the breakfast I have taken I can walk over seven hills. (see búkid-mountain; bánglid-slope).


bosína

Hiligaynon

(Sp. bocina) Fog-horn, horn, trumpet, hoot, toot, whistle, loud warning signal; to toot, hoot, blow the whistle, sound the horn (of an automobile, etc.). (see huní, síyak, píto).


dakál-dákal

Hiligaynon

Gravel, pebbles, small stones. Láktan mo ang seménto sing pitó ka párte nga dakáldákal kag tátlo ka párte nga balás. Mix the cement with seven parts of gravel and three parts of sand.


hiwáos

Hiligaynon

Dearth, misery, famine, scarcity, want. Ang pitó ka túig sang hiwáos. The seven lean years. (see hiwág-os, kalisúd).


ikapitó

Hiligaynon

Seventh. (see pitó-seven).


ikapitó

Hiligaynon

Seventh. (see pitó-seven).


makapitó

Hiligaynon

Seven times. (see pitó).


pamíto

Hiligaynon

Freq. of píto-pipe, pennywhistle, catcall. To blow-a whistle,-a horn,-a siren, to toot, honk, wind. Nagapamíto ang polisíya. Policemen blow the whistle. Madalî na lang magapamíto ang sakayán-húlas. Within a short time the steamer will whistle. Pamitóhi siá. Whistle to him (to come).


A week. (see simána, pitó, ádlaw).


A Weekly, a periodical appearing once a week.


pitó-pitó

Hiligaynon

To count up to seven and begin again at one. Pitópitohá ang pagísip sang maís. Count out the maize-cobs in sevens. Also: A seven months old fetus.


pitó-pitó

Hiligaynon

Irascible, choleric; irritable, testy, techy, touchy, hot-, sharp-, quick-, short-, tempered. (see sanggurút, pikón, kutóskutós).


pitó-píto

Hiligaynon

To pick for "Blind man" in a game. Each partaker puts one finger into the open hand of the leader; he whose finger is caught in the suddenly closed hand has to be "Blind man", or the like. "Pitópíto, dákpa si Beníto, kay nangáwat (nanákaw) sing (kang) tubó". "Pitópíto, catch Benito, for he has stolen sugar cane" (one of the doggerels sung by children).


samót

Hiligaynon

To speak indistinctly, clip one's words, pronounce the last vowel-sounds short in almost every word, pronounce defectively. Indì mo pagsamotón ang paghámbal. Don't clip your words. Samót ang panghámbal na kanákon. (Búklas ang panghámbal níya sa ákon). He spoke to me with a very defective pronunciation. Indì kaw maghámbal ti samót nga pitô, kóndì pitó. (Indì mo pagbuklasón ang "pitô", kóndì imítlang mo nga "pitó"). Don't say "pitô", but pronounce "pitó".


siéte

Hiligaynon

(Sp. siete) Seven. (see pitô).


silbáto

Hiligaynon

(Sp. silbato) Whistle. (see píto, síyak, panihól, huní).


síyak

Hiligaynon

Chirp, cheep, peep, the cry of chickens; the whistle of steamers; to chirp, cheep, peep (of chickens); to whistle (of steamers). Nagasíyak na ang sakayán. The steamer is whistling. Pasiyáka ang bapór. Blow the steamer's whistle. (see siagít, píto).


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