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hámpang

Hiligaynon

Sport, play, frolic, recreation, game, gambling; to play, sport, frolic, romp, gamble. Hámpang-or-maghámpang kamó. Play. Diín kamí magahámpang? Where shall we play? Hampangí lang nínyo ang sagwâ. Just play in the drawing room. Hampangá ang kuríng. Play with the cat. Nagahámpang silá sang baráha. They are playing cards. They are gambling. Pahampangá lang ang mga bátà sa plása. Let the boys play on the public square. Daw hámpang gid lang iní sa ímo. This is mere play for you. This is very easy for you. Ginhámpang lang níya inâ. He just made sport of it. He made a joke of it. (see sipál).



lághit

Hiligaynon

To be strewn about, lie about in confusion or disorder, be all over the shop or higgledy-piggledy. Nagalághit gid lang dirí ang mga naúg. The clothes are just lying about here higgledy-piggledy. Indì mo paglaghitón (pagilághit) ang ímo mga sángkap. Don't let your things lie about in disorder. Indì mo paglaghitán ang ságwà sang ímo mga halampangánan. Don't leave your playthings lying about the drawing room. (see dúm-ok).


lági

Hiligaynon

(B) Quick, at once, immediately, without delay, with great despatch; surely, precisely, without questioning; always, constantly. Kádto ka dídto lági. Go there at once. Búl-a lági ang pinutús ko dirâ sa ságwà. Be quick and fetch my parcel from the drawing room. Akó lági ang ímo ginahán-an kon anó ang mahanabô. You always blame me for everything. (see gilayón, dalî).


lántip

Hiligaynon

Perfect, accomplished, excellent; to be or make perfect. Naglántip na siá nga mamaláybay. He has now become a perfect poet. Ginlántip níya ang íya pagtoón sa Manílà. He finished his studies in Manila. Lantipá ang pagpínta. Paint well. Try to be a good painter. Lantipí ang ságwà sing pínta. Paint the drawing room well. Ilántip mo akó siníng sulát. Please make this letter perfect (correcting all the mistakes, etc.). Lántip siá nga dalága, pamatán-on, manunúon, etc. She is an accomplished young lady, youth, professor or teacher, etc. Maáyo na man siá maginingglés, bisán dílì pa gid lántip. He talks English quite well now, though not yet perfectly. (see hímpit, sampáton, maáyo, gid)


rimô

Hiligaynon

To harm, injure; soil, make dirty. Ang kuríng nagrimô sang salúg sang balatonán. The cat has dirtied the floor of the reception room. Narimoán sang idô ang ságwà. The dog has left its dirt-or-has made a mess in the drawing room. (see rísmò, rigám, hígkò, músing, bulíng).


ságuà, saguâ

Hiligaynon

See ságwà, sagwâ.


sagwâ, sâgwà

Hiligaynon

Outside; reception room, sala, drawing room. (see gwâ, saguâ, ságuà, balatonán).


sála

Hiligaynon

(Sp. sala) Reception or drawing room, common living room. (see ságwà, sagwâ, balatonán).


sálas

Hiligaynon

Reception room, etc. See sála, but sálas is more in use. (see ságwà, sagwâ, balatonán, sugilanonán).


sánag

Hiligaynon

Clearness, brightness, light, lucidity, luminousness, luminosity, brilliancy, effulgence, refulgence; consultation, diagnosis, inspection, act of consulting; to be or make clear, shine, etc. Ang sánag sang ádlaw. The light of day, the brightness of the sun. Nagasánag na ang búlan. The moon is shining brightly. Pasanági ang ságwà. Light up the reception room. Pasanága ang sugâ, índì mo pagpakiróton. Turn up the light of the lamp, don't turn it down. But: (Note the accent). Kon masanagán ang íya sinâ nga kamatuóran mahibalo-*án náton kon diín ang katarúngan. When the truth of it is made clear, we shall know who is right or where to lay the blame. Nasanagán na ang íya nga salâ. His fault is made clear now.


sílhig

Hiligaynon

Broom (for sweeping floors); to sweep. Silhigá ang ságbot. Sweep away the rubbish. Silhigí ang sagwâ (ságwà). Sweep the reception room. Nasilhigán sing maáyo iníng kwárto. This room has been swept well. Indì siá makahibaló bisán na lámang magsílhig. She does not even know how to sweep.


tíntin

Hiligaynon

To hop, jump about on one foot. Indì ka magtíntin dirâ sa ságwà, kay magáhud. Don't hop about there in the reception room, for it makes too much noise.


maságway

Hiligaynon

Awkward, clumsy, inconvenient through being too long, or the like. (see masábad, magámbal, mabángkag).


ságway

Hiligaynon

Awkwardness, inconvenience, unwieldiness (on account of being too long); to be or become too long for any given purpose. Ilámpus sa báboy iníng biníklan, kay ang bagát nagaságway (maságway). Throw this piece of wood (bamboo) at the pig, for the pole is too long (too unwieldy) for throwing. (see sábad, maságway).


masábad

Hiligaynon

(H) Inconvenient, awkward, unmanageable, unwieldy, unsuitable (through being too long, said of sticks, poles, etc., that are too long for a given purpose). (see maságway, mapáya).


sábad

Hiligaynon

(H) Awkward, unwieldy, inconvenient, unsuitable due to too great length; to be or become inconvenient due to great length. Ilámpus sa báboy ang bastón, kay ang bagát (lám-ag) támà kasábad. Strike the pig with the stick, for the bamboo-pole is too unwieldy. (see ságway id.).