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malángto

Hiligaynon

Nauseating, insipid, tasting or smelling offensively so as to make one vomit, said of badly cooked peas and beans, etc. (lángto).



malánhig

Hiligaynon

(H) Reappearing after death; to reappear or haunt after death. Si Fuláno, konó, nagmalánhig. N.N. they say, has risen from the grave or reappeared in the flesh. Ginamalanhigán, konó, ang íla baláy. Their house, it is said, is haunted by a ghost. (see maránhig, amamánhig, amaránhig).


malísaw

Hiligaynon

Watery, insipid, flat, vapid, tasteless, unsavoury, said especially of stale tubers that, having been dug out, are not boiled within a reasonable time and in consequence have lost their flavour. (see lísaw, kalísaw, maganás).


malubúg

Hiligaynon

Turbid, impure, dirty, especially said of water. (lubúg).


malúgtì

Hiligaynon

Fragile, weak, easily broken or snapped, brittle, said of thread, strings, rattan, etc. (see lúgtì).


malúmbay

Hiligaynon

New, fresh, young, tender, supple, flexible, said of leaves and shoots of plants. (lúmbay).


maná

Hiligaynon

(B) He says (said) or thinks (thought). (see silíng, níya).


manákon

Hiligaynon

(B) I say (think) or said (thought). (see maná, silíng, ko).


manámit

Hiligaynon

Savoury, tasty, nice, delicious, lovely, palatable, said of food and drinks. (námit).


mananám

Hiligaynon

Palatable, tasty, nice, said especially of nuts (nanám; see manámit-tasty (in general).


manáyap

Hiligaynon

Open, clear, unobstructed, extensive, wide, spacious (said of fields, etc.). (see náyap, mahanáyap, mahanáyak, mahanáhay).


manílo, maniló

Hiligaynon

(B) Tingling, grating, squeaking, sharp, gritty, setting one's teeth on edge, said of sensations, etc. (see nílo, mangílo, mangiló).


mapátag

Hiligaynon

Open, plain, clear, unobstructed, said of land and fields. (pátag). (see mahanáyak, mahanáyap).


maralasgáon

Hiligaynon

(B) Liable to attract-, to become infested with-, ants called lásgà, particularly said of eatables. (see masulubáyon).


marámad

Hiligaynon

(B) To be wide awake, be fully aware of, to grasp, comprehend, understand, take in. Warâ akó kamarámad kang ginkoón na. (Walâ akó makahangúp (makamarásmas) sang ginsilíng níya). I don't (did not, didn't) understand what he says (said). Karámad kaw kará? (Makasáyod, makahibaló ka sinâ?). Can you understand it? Do you know that? (see malámad, marásmas, hibalú, sáyod, balintúnod, áto, hántup, hangúp).


marásmas

Hiligaynon

To be wide (fully) awake, be awake to, to grasp, comprehend, understand, take in, take. Walâ siá makamarásmas sang ákon nga gin silíng. He could not understand what I said. Namarasmasán níya ang tanán nga ginpaháyag ni Fuláno. He comprehended all that N.N. expounded. Namarasmasán akó sang dídto na akó sa baláy. I recovered my senses when I got to the house. (see marámad, mádmad, hangúp, hántup, balintúnod, áto, sáyod, másngà).


maríit, mariít

Hiligaynon

Haunted, weird, dreary, desolate, depressing, lonely, lonesome, inspiring fear, uncanny, said particularly of lonely places. (see ríit).


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).


masanáaw

Hiligaynon

Glimmering, crepuscular, faint light, said of twilight; half-light, dim, obscure. (sanáaw).


masariwáol

Hiligaynon

Hard, difficult, tiresome, said of work, life etc.; clumsy, awkward of speech. (sariwáol).


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