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búgsò

Hiligaynon

A part, share, division, piece, small heap of meat, fish, etc.; to divide, portion out, cut in parts, make small heaps of. Bugsoá ang kárne sing waló ka atádo nga mamísos. Cut the meat in eight pieces of a peso-worth each. Bugsoí akó sing bále pisítas sináng atádo. Cut me off a peseta worth of that piece. Ibúgsò akó ánay siníng ísdà. Kindly cut up this fish for me. Binugsoán níya siá sing bále salapî. He cut him off a piece worth fifty centavos. (see híwà, gulút, gíray, giráy, dolón, atádo, túmpok).



hápit

Hiligaynon

To drop in, visit, call upon; to strike, graze, touch. Hápit ka ánay dirí sa ámon? Won't you come up for a moment? Ginhapítan nínyo si Párì Lukás dídto sa Ilóngílong?-Walâ kamí makahápit sa íya, kay nagdalî kamí sa pagpaúlì. Did you call on Father Lucas in Iloilo?-No, we could not call on him, for we were in a hurry to get home. Ang íya baláy hinápit sang líntì kag nasúnug. His house was struck by lightning and burnt to the ground. Ang isá ka trák humápit sang íya nga síko nga natángday sa talámbwan sa túman kabáskug nga túbtub ang mga túl-an sang íya abága nagkalutá gid. A passing truck grazed his elbow, which was resting on the window, with such force that his shoulder was dislocated. (see sákà, dúaw, salapáy).


hingúlì

Hiligaynon

To buy a piece of meat or fish. Maghingúlì ka sing kárne nga bále salapî. Buy a piece of meat for fifty centavos-or-buy fifty centavos worth of meat. Hingulían mo akó sing ísdà dídto sa baybáyon. Buy me some fish there on the beach. (see úlì, ulî).


limós

Hiligaynon

(Sp. limosna) Alms, offering, gift, bounty, dole, gratuity; stipend for a Mass; funeral fee; to give an alms, etc. Ilimós sa makalolóoy nga táo iníng pisítas. Give the poor man this peseta. Límsi-or-limosí ang makilímos sing salapî. Give the beggar fifty centavos. Linímsan níya ang simbáhan sing napúlò ka mángmang. He made an offering of ten pesos to the church. Walâ pa silá paglímsi sang lángit sing mga bátà. They have not yet been blessed with children. Heaven has not yet granted them the gift of children. (see hátag, regálo, etc.).


músing

Hiligaynon

Soil, stain, muck, mire, dirt, filth, grime; to soil, stain, begrime, befoul, bemire, dirty. Namúsing (namusíngan) siá sang lúnang. He got muddy or mud-stained. Andam ka nga índì mo masalapáy ang kólon, kay mamúsing (magakamúsing) ang ímo mga panápton. Be careful not to come in contact with the kettle or your clothes will get dirty. (see bulíng, búlit, hígkò, dágtà, musíngal).


panalápi

Hiligaynon

To grow or gather salápi-a second crop from the roots of the first.


sábding

Hiligaynon

To touch, come in contact with, brush against; to graze. Nakasábding akó sing kólon kag namusíngan ang ákon kamót. I touched a kettle and my hand got dirty. (see salapáy, sápding).


ság-ud

Hiligaynon

To touch the surface of, come in contact with, knock, strike, rub or brush against. Ang íya bútkon nagság-ud sa díngding kag napílas. His arm knocked against the wall and was hurt. (see doót, salapáy, sághid, ság-id, sagáid, súnggò, búnggò, lónggò).


sagábay, sagabáy

Hiligaynon

To touch, rub against, come in contact with. Indì ka magsagábay sang kaláhà-or-índì mo pagsagabáyon ang kaláhà, kay mamusíngan ka. Don't touch or rub against the pan, or you will get dirty. (see sábding, sápding, salapáy id.).


salabát

Hiligaynon

To touch, reach, hit. Andam ka, agúd dílì ka masalabát sang (sing) lisó. Be careful, lest you should be hit by a bullet. (see salabáy, salapáy).


salabáy

Hiligaynon

To attack or touch in passing, graze; strike, hit; give a passing fit. Nagasalabáy sa íya ang pagkabúang. He is subject to temporary fits of insanity. Ginasalabáy siá sang pagkabúang. He has a temporary fit of lunacy. (see salabát, salapáy).


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