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rimédyo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. remedio) Remedy, help, cure, resource, refuge, reparation, means. Walâ na sing rimédyo, índì na makitáan sing bulúng. There is no help any more, it is past cure. Ang íya balatían walâ na sing rimédyo. His sickness is past cure. Tahór (makáwat) siá nga waláy rimédyo. He is an inveterate (incorrigible) gambler (thief). But it may also mean: He is a gambler (thief) that has not become rich (does not prosper) in his profession. Sa súbung siní walâ akó sing kwárta nga ibáyad ko sa ímo, ápang pagarimedyohán ko gid sa sulúd sang isá ka simána. Just at present I have no money to pay you, but I shall certainly find the money within the week. Anó nga bulúng ang maáyo nga irimédyo sa síkmat? What is a good remedy for back-ache (for rheumatism in the back)? (see palónos, paaliwánsan, bulúng, ripára).



lío

Hiligaynon

To find a contrivance, means or remedy according to one's needs, particularly applied to the borrowing of money. Naglío siá sing kwárta. He borrowed some money. Somehow he managed to get hold of some money. Ginlióhan níya akó sing kwárta. He borrowed some money from me. Palalío (Palalíyo, paralíyo) siá nga táo. He is fond of-, is always-, borrowing money. He is a troublesome or unpleasant man to deal with. (see hulám, laláng, rimédyo and the following lío).


palío

Hiligaynon

Caus. of lío-to contrive, etc. Also: to manage to make a profit, do business, negotiate, utilize as a means to gain one's end. Palióha akó sing pilá ka písos. Loan me (Let me borrow) a few pesos. (see pahítò, patúga, pandihútan, rimédyo, palígid).


rimidyáki

Hiligaynon

(B) (A humorous expression) See rimédyo. Also: to take, pilfer, purloin, help (oneself) to. (see lámang, kulámi, kúhà).