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dáldal

Hiligaynon

To beat against, strike upon, push, impel, force on, shove, drive (said of wind, waves, etc.).



dalígdig

Hiligaynon

(B) To flow, run freely, stream, sweep along, (said of water). Ang túbig nagadalígdig. The water is flowing. Padaligdigá ang túbig sa ákon umá or padaligdigí ang ákon umá sing túbig. Let the water flow over my field. (see ílig).


dalupápan

Hiligaynon

To be confluent, meet each other, flow together, said especially of boils, eruptions, pimples, small-pox, etc. Nagadalupápan ang íya mga hubág. His boils are confluent, are so near together that they merge into one another. Nadalupapánan akó sang ákon mga hubág. My boils ran together.


dámgot

Hiligaynon

To begin to eat or graze, start taking other food than milk, said of a baby and of a young animal. Nagadámgot na ang bátà, tínday. The baby, the calf, is now commencing to take other food than milk. (see lánggot).


damílit

Hiligaynon

Farewell, valediction, goodbye, leave-taking; to take one's departure, take one's leave, say adieu, bid goodbye. Nagdamílit (nagpanamílit) siá sa ákon. He took his leave of me, said goodbye to me. Nagpamanílà siá nga walâ gánì magdamílit sa ákon. He went to Manila without saying goodbye to me. (see paadiós, paálam).


dangál

Hiligaynon

Fool, ass, simpleton, ninny, booby, zany, goose, gaby, nincompoop, looby. (see tampuháw, kalúndong, kólò, kóloy, kolôkolô, úmang, búang, lóko, tónto). Dangál siá. He is a fool. Dinangál gid lang ang íya nga sinúgid. What he said was bosh, he talked nonsense.


dángas

Hiligaynon

To strike, blow-, beat-, upon with full force (said of wind, etc.). (see ábong, dánggas, dángkal, yásyas, dásdas).


dánggas

Hiligaynon

To blow or beat upon with full force, drive against without obstruction, said of wind. Ang hángin nagadánggas sang baláy. The wind strikes the house with full force. Ang ámon kamálig sa umá ginadanggasán sang hángin. Our field-hut is being buffeted by the wind. (see ábong).


dápat

Hiligaynon

Use, usefulness, advantage. Walâ gid sing dápat ináng ímo sugilánon. What you said-is of no use,-serves no good purpose. Táo nga waláy dápat (dapátdapát). A useless man, a good-for-nothing, loafer, idler. (see ásoy, átsoy, águd, agúdagúd, pulús).


daw

Hiligaynon

Like, as, similar to, as it were, as if, about, resembling, having the semblance of; it seems, appears, may. Iníng káhoy matíg-a nga daw salsálon. This wood is as hard as iron. Daw butíg ang íya nga ginsúgid. What he said seems to be untrue. Daw sa dílì na akó makabatás sinâ. It appears to me that I can stand that no longer. Daw sa magadaúg siá. It looks as if he may win. Kon daw sa walâ gid ikáw sing lúyag sa pagdúaw sa iya, --. If you really shouldn't like to pay him a visit, --. Daw lángit. Like heaven. (see súbung, bílang, ánggid, apít-ápit).


dawóg

Hiligaynon

Vine-shoots or branches going off in all directions; to creep, spread or extend over the ground, said of vine-shoots or the like. Nagadawóg na ang kamóte or may dawóg na ang kamóte. The sweet-potato is pushing its runners along the ground.


díhon

Hiligaynon

To make, produce, manufacture, (especially said of earthenware). Dihóni akó sing napúlò ka kólon. Make ten rice-pots for me. (see búhat, hímò, patubás).


dilág

Hiligaynon

To rise, appear, (said of the sun, etc.). Nagadilág na ang ádlaw. The sun is rising. Ginadilagán sang ádlaw ang kalibútan. The sun is rising on the world. (see bútlak, subáng, murâ).


dílì

Hiligaynon

(H) No, not, nay; to say no, deny, negative, gainsay, interdict, prohibit, forbid, proscribe, ban, bar, debar, disallow, forefend, refuse permission. Dílì amó inâ. That is not it. Iníng baláy dílì ákon. This house is not mine. Dílì ka magálam, kon dílì ka magtoón. You will not become learned, unless you study. Nagdílì siá. He said no. He refused. He would not. Ginadilían ang pagdúplà sa salúg. Spitting on the floor is prohibited. Idílì sa íya ang pagsulúd dirí or dilíi siá sa pagsulúd dirí. Forbid him to enter here. (see índì).


dinayaáy

Hiligaynon

Cheating, committing fraud, etc. (said of many persons). (see dáyà).


dulít

Hiligaynon

Black and sticky, dark and wet, especially said of low grade cane-sugar or third and fourth class muscovado. Dulít nga kalámay. Dark-coloured and sticky cane-sugar. Also used as a verb. Indì mo pagdulitón sa isá ka túig ang ímo kalámay. Don't produce low-grade sugar next year.


dúmdum

Hiligaynon

To think, remember, recollect, bear in mind, recall, cogitate, reflect, consider, reason, ponder, muse, take into consideration, bethink oneself, bring or call to mind, collect one's thoughts, revolve in the mind. Dumdumá inâ. Remember that. Indì ka kadúmdum sinâ? Can you not recollect that? Don't you remember that? Idúmdum akó sang ákon mga manók karón sa hápon, kay akó walâ dirí. Kindly think of my chickens this evening, for I shall not be here. Ipadúmdum mo sa íya ang íya ginsilíng. Remind him of what he said. Nadumdumán ko karón --. I recollect now --. Padumdumá siá sang íya nga tinúg-an. Put him in mind of his promise. Recall to him his promise. Walâ akó kadúmdum siní. I did not think of it. Nagdúmdum akó, nga índì ka na gid magabút. I thought you would never come again. (see hunâhúnà).


dúmpul

Hiligaynon

To dull, blunt, take off the point; to become dull or blunt, said of pointed instruments and tools. Nagdúmpul ang dulát, ang púya sang kasíng, ang bángkaw, etc. The awl, the point of the spinning top, the point of the lance, etc. has become blunt. Indì mo pagdumpulón ang lápis. Don't blunt the pencil's point. Sín-o ang nagdúmpul sang ákon dágum? Who broke off the point of my needle? (see kímpul, hábul, dupúl).


dúnggò

Hiligaynon

To attack, assail, fasten on, take, afflict with, strike, lay low, get hold of, (said of a disease). Nagdúnggò sa ákon ang trankáso. Influenza got hold of me. Gindúnggò siá sang butí. He was attacked by small-pox. Andam ka, kay básì pagadunggoón ka man sang kólera. Be careful or you may also fall a victim to cholera. Dinúnggò siá sang balaúd. He was laid low with dysentery. He took sick of dysentery. He had an attack of dysentery. He had-,-was down with-, dysentery. (see sángkò, sákrò, tapík, abút).


entiénde

Hiligaynon

(Sp. entender) To understand, know, see, grasp, comprehend, realize, make out, perceive, take. Makaentiénde ikáw siní? Do you understand this? Walâ siá makaentiénde sang ímo nga ginhámbal. He could not comprehend or grasp what you said. He could not understand what you said. Nabáton ko ang ímo sulát kag naentiendehán ko ang kontenído. I have received your letter and have understood its contents. Entiendehá ánay sing maáyo ang íya nga ginsilíng, kag ugáling mangákig ka sa íya. First try to comprehend well what he said; then (if you think there is reason) get angry with him. Dílì ka magpakitarakáng sa mga butáng nga walâ mo maentiendehí. Do not meddle with things you know nothing about. Entiendehá nga --. You are to understand that --. You may take it that --. Kon walâ ikáw makaentiénde sang íban nga mga ginabása mo, pangkotá lang akó. If you cannot make out some of the things you are reading, just ask me. (see sáyod, hibaló, álam, máan, áto, balintúnod, hangúp, hántup).


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