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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).



gáhuk

Hiligaynon

To become hollow, form a cavity, sinus or fistula, said of an ulcerating wound, of rottenness in timber, etc. Naggáhuk ang íya pilás. His wound formed a deep, festering cavity. Ang márka sang karabáw nagkagáhuk (nagáhuk), kay inúdlan. The brand on the buffalo became deep, for it became infested by worms. (see búhò, gwáb, gíab, gíkab).


gánì

Hiligaynon

Certainly, surely, of course, therefore, for that very reason, naturally, there you are, quite clear. Amó gánì. Of course, that is it. Ginhambalán ko gánì siá sináng mga butáng. As was to be expected, I talked to him about those matters. Nagsilíng akó gánì nga --. I certainly said that --. (see ngánì).


gáwhak

Hiligaynon

Hollow, hole, cavity, trace, said of what has been taken from a heap of rice, sand, corn or the like; to delve or dig into, scoop a hole in, make encroachments or inroads on a heap of ashes, flour, rice, etc. Nabúsdik ang sáko kag ang íya sulúd nga humáy nagáwhak. The sack burst open and a hollow was made in the rice it contained. Sín-o ang nagáwhak siníng túmpok nga humáy? Who encroached on this heap of rice? Who delved into this rice-heap? Huy, mga bátà, índì nínyo paggawhakán ang túmpok nga balás. Hello, you boys there, don't scoop holes in the sand-heap. Ginawhakán ni Fuláno iníng túmpok nga balás, kay íya kinuháan sing isá ka láta sa agás. N.N. dug into this sand-heap, for he took away an oilcanful. Gingawhakán sang makáwat ang ákon ápog. The thief made a hole in my lime. (see gáhuk, etc.).


gin

Hiligaynon

gina-, Particles prefixed to verbs and denoting the Perfect and Present Passive respectively, e.g. silíng-to say. Ginsilíng (ginasilíng) níya nga --. It has been (is being) said by him that --.


gúlus

Hiligaynon

(H) Rash, eruption, cluster of small pustules or pimples; to form pustules, etc.; to begin to bear fruit, said especially of cereals that grow their grains in clusters. May gúlus siá sang arikís. He is covered with pustules of (the skin disease called) arikís. Nagagúlus na sa íya láwas ang bungang-ínit. Prickly heat is breaking out in patches on his skin. Nagagúlus na ang maís ko sa kaingín. The corn on my land that I cleared by burning is beginning to form cobs. (see gúrus).


gús-ab

Hiligaynon

To bite, snap, nip, gnaw, champ, manch, crunch, craunch, nibble (a bone or the like). Gingus-abán sang idô iníng túl-an. The dog has gnawed this bone. Halá, gus-abá lang sing maáyo ang ímo báyò, kay madámù ang pílak mo nga inugbalakál! You just bite the sleeve of your jacket, as you have so much money to buy (a new) one! (sarcastically said to children biting their sleeves in anger or disappointment). Ipagús-ab lang sa idô iníng mga túl-an. Give these bones to the dog to gnaw. Andamí ang idô, kay daw buót siá maggús-ab sang ímo pusúpusuán. Beware of the dog, for he looks as if he means to nip you in the calf of the leg.


gwáb

Hiligaynon

Hollow, cavity, hole, said especially of rotten wood; decayed teeth, or the like. Iníng káhoy may gwáb sa sulúd. This tree is rotten inside, is hollow. May gwáb ang íya ngípon. His tooth is-hollow,-decaying.


hábul

Hiligaynon

To be, become or make blunt, dull (said of edged or pointed tools, etc.). Naghábul ang binángon. The bolo has become blunt. Indì mo paghabúlon ang tigíb. Don't blunt the chisel.


halákhak

Hiligaynon

A guffaw, loud laugh, a burst-, peal-, roar-, shout-, of laughter; to guffaw, shout-, roar-, with laughter, etc. Ngáa man nga nagahalákhak ikáw? Why are you laughing so much? Kay halakhakán-or-halalakhakán gid ang ginsúgid níya. Because what he said deserves a hearty laugh. Ang amó nga tabû hinalákhakán níla nga tanán. When that happened they all burst into peals of laughter. (see talángkaw, harákhak, arókok, aríkik, háha).


halimbáwà

Hiligaynon

Instance, simile, comparison, example, illustration, parable, exemplification; to use or explain by means of a simile, etc. Maghalimbáwà ka sang ímo nga ginsúgid. Explain your statement by an example. Halimbawái ang ímo nga ginhámbal. Make what you have said clear by a simile. (see túlad, katúlad, súbung, daw, ángay, anggídánggid).


hám-ut

Hiligaynon

(H) To excite laughter, make fun, be or make hilarious, entertain pleasurably. Nahám-ut kamí sang íya sugilánon. We laughed heartily at what he said. We listened with pleasure to his story. (see makahalám-ut, kalaham-után).


hamáy

Hiligaynon

To become or be thin, lean, emaciated, chiefly said of the face or cheeks. Nagahamáy ang íya nga guyá. His face is becoming thin. Naghamáy ang íya písngi sa lakás nga pagpadayáw kag sa mínos nga pagkáon. Her cheeks have fallen in on account of too much vanity and too little food. (see níwang, hágpis, hágwos).


hamô

Hiligaynon

To kiss, particularly said of kissing among near relatives. Si nánay naghamô sa ákon. Mother kissed me. Ginhamoán siá sang íya nga tíyà. His aunt gave him a kiss. Pahamoá si tátay. Let father kiss you. Ipahamô ang bátà sa íya nga tíyò. Hand the baby to uncle that he may give it a kiss. (see halúk, bísa, bisíto).


hamulíg

Hiligaynon

Having-, producing-, large bunches, productive, fruitful, said especially of bananas. (see búlig).


hamúok

Hiligaynon

Sweet, delicious, balmy, profound, sound, deep, (said of sleep). Hamúok gid ang ákon katulúgon kagáb-i. Last night I slept very well. Ibanátbánat mo ang ímo kaugatán, kon buót ka mahamuókan sa ímo katulúgon. Exercise your body, if you wish to enjoy profound or restful sleep. (see kahamúok, mahamúok, hamóok).


hánlud

Hiligaynon

To strike inward, affect the interior parts, attack the inside, said of diseases, etc. Nahánlud ang katúl sang bátà, kay ginháplas níla sang lána. The child's eczema struck inward, because they rubbed it with coconut-oil. (see ha-, sulúd).


hayâ

Hiligaynon

Laid out, dressed and exposed to view in a becoming posture, said of corpses.


hilô

Hiligaynon

Poison, venom, dope, drug, bane, virus; to poison, envenom, contaminate. Ginhiloán níla, konó, ang áwang. It is said that they contaminated or poisoned the well. Ihilô iníng asúpre sa mga ilagâ. Poison the rats with this sulphur. (see dálit).


himáklang

Hiligaynon

Having large leaves or branches, especially said of palms. (see páklang).


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