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mabáhaw

Hiligaynon

Stale, old, cold, said especially of cooked food. (báhaw).



mabahúl

Hiligaynon

(B) Plump, large and stout, large in circumference, said of persons and things in general. Mabahúl nga táo, kalát, káhoy, baláy, etc. A stout man, a thick rope, a big tree or large piece of wood, a large house, etc. (bahúl) Also: rough, coarse, ill-mannered. (see dakû, madámol, bástos, manól, )


mabúkag

Hiligaynon

Swelling, rising, bulging, disarranged, dishevelled, in a tangle, said of loose hemp-fibres, wool, hair, etc. (búkag).


madánlak

Hiligaynon

Slippery, greasy, unctuous, soft, fatty, especially said of lard, suet and the like. (dánlak).


mahábul

Hiligaynon

Blunt, dull, said of edged instruments; opposed to matalúm-sharp of edge, cutting well. (hábul; talúm).


mahágò

Hiligaynon

Hard, heavy, tiresome, toilsome, exacting, difficult, strenuous, laborious, fatiguing, said of work; mahágò is opposed to mahúay-easy, light. (hágò; húay).


mahágpok

Hiligaynon

Crisp, brittle, friable, easily crumbling, crumbly, short, fresh (said of bread, cakes, or the like). (see hágpok).


mahamúok

Hiligaynon

Deep, profound, restful, sound, said of sleep. (see hamúok).


mahánlud

Hiligaynon

(B) Open, wide, spacious, said of a country-side. (hánlud).


mahápdì

Hiligaynon

Smarting, sore, raw, tender, painful, racking, excruciating, agonizing, severe, shooting, burning, gnawing, sharp, stabbing, said of pain. (see hápdì).


maháwan

Hiligaynon

Clear, open, unobstructed, treeless, a clearing, said especially of fields or country-sides. (see háwan).


mahinláwon

Hiligaynon

Home-sick, nostalgic, feeling out of sorts in a new place or in new surroundings, not growing well in new soil (said especially of plants transferred to another site). (see hínlaw, mahidláwon).


mahúay

Hiligaynon

Light, easy, facile, causing little fatigue, said of work; it is opposed to mahágò-tiresome, heavy. (see húay).


makalalánag

Hiligaynon

(H) Indigestible, unwholesome, bad for the stomach, causing indigestion, flatulence, indisposition or disorder of the stomach (especially said of tainted fish). (see lánag).


makíd-ol

Hiligaynon

Just right, done to a turn, not too hard and not too soft, tasty, nice, said of tubers, bananas, boiled rice, etc. (see kíd-ol).


mákot

Hiligaynon

To blaze up, begin to burn well after having been kindled, to flame, flare up, burn well, said of fuel (and metaphorically of passions, or the like). Nagamákot na balá ang daíg mo? Is the fire you lighted (lit) burning well? Indì mo pagtandugón ang gatóng, kay walâ pa magmákot ang kaláyo. Don't shift the firewood, for the fire is not yet burning well. Pamakóta ang kaláyo. Let the fire burn well. Wait till the fire burns well. Pamakóti ang kaláyo. Make the fire burn brightly (by putting some kindling material, as shavings, straw, etc. on it). (see haráhará).


makúl-aw

Hiligaynon

Bad, poor, being a failure, turning out badly, said of crops, etc. (see kúl-aw).


malágsing

Hiligaynon

Shrill, loud, resounding, piercing, lusty, penetrating, sonorous, far-reaching, carrying far, said of sounds. (see lágsing, masílik, masulánting).


malángiaw

Hiligaynon

Fluid, liquid, flowing freely, thin, said of liquids. (see lángiaw, maátoy, malapúyut-thick, condensed).


malangís

Hiligaynon

Harsh, grating, squeaking, setting one's teeth on edge, said of sounds like the filing of a saw, or the like. (see langís).


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