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útang

Hiligaynon

Debt, liability, debit, score, account; to have a debt, be in debt, owe, borrow, obtain a loan, run up a bill, incur a-, contract a-, get into-, run into-, debt. May útang siá sa ákon nga duhá ka púlò ka písos. He owes me (has a debt to me of) twenty pesos. Ginutángan níya si Fuláno sing isá ka gatús. He borrowed one hundred (pesos) from N.N. Pautánga lang siá sing diótay nga kwárta. Just lend him a little money. Nautángan mo ang ímo mga ginikánan sang ímo kabúhì. You owe your life to your parents. Dílì ka magpangútang kag índì ka man magpaútang. Neither a borrower nor a lender be. Note the accent in the following: Bisán kon mautanggán akó--. Even if I have to get-, run-, into debt--. (see hulám-to borrow).



útang

Hiligaynon

Debt, liability, debit, score, account; to have a debt, be in debt, owe, borrow, obtain a loan, run up a bill, incur a-, contract a-, get into-, run into-, debt. May útang siá sa ákon nga duhá ka púlò ka písos. He owes me (has a debt to me of) twenty pesos. Ginutángan níya si Fuláno sing isá ka gatús. He borrowed one hundred (pesos) from N.N. Pautánga lang siá sing diótay nga kwárta. Just lend him a little money. Nautángan mo ang ímo mga ginikánan sang ímo kabúhì. You owe your life to your parents. Dílì ka magpangútang kag índì ka man magpaútang. Neither a borrower nor a lender be. Note the accent in the following: Bisán kon mautanggán akó--. Even if I have to get-, run-, into debt--. (see hulám-to borrow).


utáy-utáy

Hiligaynon

Retail, small quantity, little by little; to retail, deal in small quantities, do little by little, by little and little, in small instalments, etc. Ginautáyutáy lang níya ang pagbáyad sang íya útang. He is paying off his debt in small amounts at a time (in (by) instalments). Maáyo kon índì mo pagtíngban sang íya galastóhon ang bátà mo nga nagatoón sa Manílà, kóndì utáyutayán mo lang. It is advisable (good policy) not to give your son that is studying in Manila the whole amount for his expenses in a lump sum, but to let him have it by instalments (by small remittances from time to time). Bungkagá lang ang isá mo ka manóso (máno) nga tabákò kag ipautáyutáy, agúd madalî maúrut sang bakál. Just undo one of your bundles of tobacco-leaves and sell it retail so that it may be bought up soon. Nagabalígyà siá sing utáyutáy. He is selling retail. He is a retail-merchant. (see píndak-wholesale).


utáy-utáy

Hiligaynon

Retail, small quantity, little by little; to retail, deal in small quantities, do little by little, by little and little, in small instalments, etc. Ginautáyutáy lang níya ang pagbáyad sang íya útang. He is paying off his debt in small amounts at a time (in (by) instalments). Maáyo kon índì mo pagtíngban sang íya galastóhon ang bátà mo nga nagatoón sa Manílà, kóndì utáyutayán mo lang. It is advisable (good policy) not to give your son that is studying in Manila the whole amount for his expenses in a lump sum, but to let him have it by instalments (by small remittances from time to time). Bungkagá lang ang isá mo ka manóso (máno) nga tabákò kag ipautáyutáy, agúd madalî maúrut sang bakál. Just undo one of your bundles of tobacco-leaves and sell it retail so that it may be bought up soon. Nagabalígyà siá sing utáyutáy. He is selling retail. He is a retail-merchant. (see píndak-wholesale).


útbug

Hiligaynon

To rise, ascend, spread (of smoke, dust, etc.). Bás-an mo ánay sing túbig ang salúg kag ugáling silhigán mo, agúd nga índì makaútbug ang yáb-ok. First sprinkle the floor with water and then sweep it, otherwise the dust will rise. Ginautbugán kitá dirí sang yáb-ok. We are being enveloped here in dust. (see alintabó, timbúok).


útbug

Hiligaynon

To rise, ascend, spread (of smoke, dust, etc.). Bás-an mo ánay sing túbig ang salúg kag ugáling silhigán mo, agúd nga índì makaútbug ang yáb-ok. First sprinkle the floor with water and then sweep it, otherwise the dust will rise. Ginautbugán kitá dirí sang yáb-ok. We are being enveloped here in dust. (see alintabó, timbúok).


úti

Hiligaynon

To be diligent, active, assiduous, do with zeal or energy, do thoroughly. Utíhi ang pagpangúhà sang dalúkut sa báyò ko. (Utíhi ang pagpamuúl kang baríri sa ulús ko). Clean my dress thoroughly of the baríri-seeds. (see písan, pántok, bákas, úkud, húgud, maúti, kaúti, kautihón).


úti

Hiligaynon

To be diligent, active, assiduous, do with zeal or energy, do thoroughly. Utíhi ang pagpangúhà sang dalúkut sa báyò ko. (Utíhi ang pagpamuúl kang baríri sa ulús ko). Clean my dress thoroughly of the baríri-seeds. (see písan, pántok, bákas, úkud, húgud, maúti, kaúti, kautihón).


utúd

Hiligaynon

(H) See the following útud. Siá galí ang nagutúd sang sangá. He actually cut off the branch himself.


útud

Hiligaynon

To cut off, sever, separate from, break off; to cut short, interrupt, break off abruptly (a conversation, or the like). Utdon mo iníng káhoy. Cut through this piece of wood. Ginútud níya ang sangá. He cut (broke) off the branch. Ginútdan siá sang manugbúlung sang íya páa nga walá. He had his left leg cut off by the surgeon. (see búgtò, búgras, lígtas, etc.).


utúd

Hiligaynon

(H) See the following útud. Siá galí ang nagutúd sang sangá. He actually cut off the branch himself.


útud

Hiligaynon

To cut off, sever, separate from, break off; to cut short, interrupt, break off abruptly (a conversation, or the like). Utdon mo iníng káhoy. Cut through this piece of wood. Ginútud níya ang sangá. He cut (broke) off the branch. Ginútdan siá sang manugbúlung sang íya páa nga walá. He had his left leg cut off by the surgeon. (see búgtò, búgras, lígtas, etc.).


úya

Hiligaynon

Plentiful; to be plentiful, abound, be many. Kon magúya ang ámon kadiós (Kon uyáhon ang ámon kadiós, kon uyáhan kamí sang (sing) kadiós), hatágan ko gid si Fuláno sing isá ka tabungós. If there are (If we have) plenty of cadios-peas I shall certainly give N.N. a basketful. (see óya).


úya

Hiligaynon

Plentiful; to be plentiful, abound, be many. Kon magúya ang ámon kadiós (Kon uyáhon ang ámon kadiós, kon uyáhan kamí sang (sing) kadiós), hatágan ko gid si Fuláno sing isá ka tabungós. If there are (If we have) plenty of cadios-peas I shall certainly give N.N. a basketful. (see óya).


úyat

Hiligaynon

To hold, keep in the hand, grasp, get (take) hold of; to hold a child at baptism, be godfather or godmother. Uyáti ang kamót ko. Take hold of my hand. Hold my hand. Sín-o ang maúyat (magaúyat) sang íya bátà? Who shall be the godfather (godmother) of his child? (see kapút, kúgus, anák).


úyat

Hiligaynon

To hold, keep in the hand, grasp, get (take) hold of; to hold a child at baptism, be godfather or godmother. Uyáti ang kamót ko. Take hold of my hand. Hold my hand. Sín-o ang maúyat (magaúyat) sang íya bátà? Who shall be the godfather (godmother) of his child? (see kapút, kúgus, anák).


úyaw

Hiligaynon

A repetition of an accident or ill fortune in the same family. Uyaw sa íla iní, kay may nalúnud sa íla sang isá ka túig kag karón napátyan na liwán. This is another shock for them, for last year one of their family was drowned and now they have lost another. (see mauyawón).


úyaw

Hiligaynon

A repetition of an accident or ill fortune in the same family. Uyaw sa íla iní, kay may nalúnud sa íla sang isá ka túig kag karón napátyan na liwán. This is another shock for them, for last year one of their family was drowned and now they have lost another. (see mauyawón).


úyon

Hiligaynon

Agreeable, pleasing, to one's liking; to like, be pleased with, be fond of, to relish, be partial to. Indì akó makaúyon sang báboy. I don't like pork. I am not partial to (fond of) pork. Indì makaúyon sang báboy ang ákon solóksolók. Pork does not agree with my stomach. Pork is bad for my stomach. Ginauyónan níya gid inâ. He likes that very much. He is perfectly content with it. Maáyo ang ámon patubás, kon magúyon ang panahón. We shall have a good harvest, if the weather is favourable (nice, agreeable, propitious).


úyon

Hiligaynon

Agreeable, pleasing, to one's liking; to like, be pleased with, be fond of, to relish, be partial to. Indì akó makaúyon sang báboy. I don't like pork. I am not partial to (fond of) pork. Indì makaúyon sang báboy ang ákon solóksolók. Pork does not agree with my stomach. Pork is bad for my stomach. Ginauyónan níya gid inâ. He likes that very much. He is perfectly content with it. Maáyo ang ámon patubás, kon magúyon ang panahón. We shall have a good harvest, if the weather is favourable (nice, agreeable, propitious).


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