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ántay

Hiligaynon

To move, to transfer one's residence, go to live somewhere else, to carry or transport to some other place. Nagántay kamí sa umá sang tigtalánum. During the planting-season we lived at the farm. Iántay ang mga kasangkápan sa bánwa. Transfer your outfit to the town. Kon matápus ang áni maántay kamí liwán sa bánwa. After the rice-harvest we shall move to town again. Antayi ang umá mo sa bakólod, kay maáyo sa ímo láwas ang pagpuyô mo didto. Go to live at your farm on the hill, for staying there is good for your health. (see líton).



antó-os

Hiligaynon

The smell of burning or scorching food; to emit such a smell. Nagaantó-os ang tiníg-ang. There is a smell of burning coming from the boiling rice. Ginaanto-osán akó sang tinóla. It seems to me that the vegetables are being scorched. (see ángtod, ánta, ántod, all having the same meaning).


ántong

Hiligaynon

The smell of burning feathers, bones, paper, or the like; to emit such a smell. Nagaántong ang búlbul kon irotán. Burning feathers emit a peculiar smell called ántong. Naantongán akó sang papél nga nasúnug. I smell (smelt) the smell of burning paper.


ántus

Hiligaynon

To bear, suffer, undergo. Magántus ka siní sing mapailúbon. Bear this patiently. Hántì kay ginhímò mo iní, antusá na man ang sílot. Well, as you did it, suffer the punishment now as well. Dì masáysay ang mga kasakít nga ginántus sang Aton Ginóo. The sufferings borne by Our Lord cannot be described. (see batás, agwánta).


áo-áo

Hiligaynon

(áw-áw), The hoot of an owl. Ang huní sang búkaw "áo-áo". The cry of the owl is "áo-áo".


áohang

Hiligaynon

(áwhang), To lean or hang out of a window or the like, so as to be in danger of falling in a moment of forgetfulness. Indì ka magáohang sa talamwáan. Don't lean out of the window. Indì mo pag-iáohang ang ímo láwas, kay básì mahúlug ka. Don't lean out too far, for you might tumble down. Sang paglubás sang kátay gináohang níya ang íya láwas sa bintánà kag nagtingká-ub kag nahúlug. When the parade passed by he leant out of the window, lost his balance and fell. Kon walâ níya pagaohangí ang kátay, walâ man siá mahúlug. If he had not stretched himself too far out to see the parade, he would not have tumbled down.


áohog

Hiligaynon

áwhog, To look about searchingly or curiously, stretching one's neck in order to get a better sight of things. Aohógi kon anó ang sulúd sang aparadór. Peer into the cupboard to find out what is in it. Iáohog ang úlo mo, agúd makakítà ka sing maáyo. Stretch your neck, that you may be able to see well. Indì ka magáohog. Don't look about curiously.


aotorisár

Hiligaynon

(Sp. autorizar) To authorize, approve, empower, recognize. Ginaaotorisahán sang gobiérno ang ámon eskwéla. Our school is recognized by the government. (see pakamaáyo, túgut, pahanúgut).


áp-ap

Hiligaynon

To bite off a piece, to eat by snaps and snatches, to devour fruit greedily without taking the trouble of peeling it beforehand, etc. Ap-apá lang ang páhò páti bákal. Just devour the mango together with its stone by biting off a small bit at a time. Ap-apí sing diótay ang tinápay. Take a small bite out of the bread. Indì ka magáp-ap (mangáp-ap) sang ímo ginakáon súbung sang isá ka idô. Don't snap at your food like a dog. (see áb-ab, ikíb, ínkib, kíbkib, etc.).


apáhan

Hiligaynon

To be speechless with wonder or surprise, to be bewildered, to be at a loss what to do or where to turn on account of so many things claiming attention. Ginapáhan akó sang madámù nga mga búnga nga nadágdag sa káhoy. I was at a loss what to do on account of the great amount of fruit that fell from the tree (wishing to gather it all up at once). Ginaapáhan siá sang madámù nga pagkáon. He is quite perplexed by the plentiful supply of food (wishing and unable to partake of so many dishes at the same time). (see apâ).


ápal

Hiligaynon

The handle, haft, grip, hilt of a bolo, knife, sword, etc; to provide with a handle, etc. Apáli ang ákon binángon. Fit a handle to my bolo. Mapaápal akó ánay sa pánday sang ákon binángon. I will first go to the carpenter to have a handle put on my bolo. Iápal akó ánay sang ákon binángon. Please fit a handle to my bolo.


apás

Hiligaynon

Premature, untimely; to do something prematurely, before the proper time, too soon. Ginapás níla ang paglígos sang bátà. They gave the baby a bath too soon. Dílì nínyo pagapasón ang pagtubâ sang ságing. Don't cut down the banana prematurely i.e. before its fruit is ripe. (see ahát).


apás

Hiligaynon

To cut off near the root or close to the ground. Apasón mo ang paggúnting sang ákon bohôk. Cut my hair very short. Apasá ang pagtapás sang káhoy. Cut off the tree near the ground. Tuód nga inapasán. A stump cut close to the ground i.e. a short stump. (see sóop).


ápgas

Hiligaynon

To be difficult of passage, sore of throat, etc. Nagápgas ang íya tutúnlan. His throat is sore, so that he has difficulty in swallowing. Naapgasán ang tutúnlan ko sang búnga nga maáplod. My throat became quite rough from eating an unripe betelnut. (see ápgot, sápnot, pín-ot).


ápgot

Hiligaynon

To be difficult of passage, as wheels over deep loose sand or through mud, walking through sticky mire, unripe, astringent or acrid fruit through the throat, and the like. Nagápgot ang dálan. The road has become quite sticky. Ang káro maápgot nga butóngon sang karabáw kay nalubúng sa lúnang. It is difficult for the buffalo to pull the cart for it has stuck in the mud. Naapgotán balá ikáw sináng búnga?-Walâ akó maapgotí, kóndì natanlasán gid akó. Did you experience some roughness in the throat from eating that fruit?-No I did'nt experience any roughness, on the contrary I could swallow it quite easily. (see sápnot, ápgas).


apián

Hiligaynon

Opium. Indì ka magyúpyup sang apián, kay maláin inâ sa láwas páti kalág. Don't smoke (literally "suck in") opium, for it is bad for body and soul. Manugsiò sang apián. An opium-smoker, opium-eater. (see apyán id.).


apíke

Hiligaynon

(Sp. a pique) On the point of, impossible for lack of time or opportunity, too late, past mending, etc. Indì na akó makahingágaw sa pagtahî sang ímo báyò, kay apíke na. I cannot finish sewing your jacket, because there is not time enough. Daw sa dílì na makitáan sing bulúng ang íya balatían, kay apíke na ang íya pagbátì. It is now almost impossible to cure him, for his disease is too far gone.


ápin

Hiligaynon

Help, assistance, backing, aid, support, succour; to take sides with, support, back up, help, aid, succour, assist. Apíni akó. Take sides with me. Back me up. Help me. Ang mga ginikánan masigapináy sa íla mga anák nga nagailináway. The parents, partial to their own, are siding with their children in their fight with one another. Walâ siá sing ápin. He has none to back him up. Nakadaúg siá, kay ginapínan siá sang mga mamumugón, He won, because the workers supported him. (see ámpin).


apínas

Hiligaynon

(Sp. apenas) Trying, difficult; scarce; to be trying, etc. Apínas ang pangabúhì karón. Life at present is trying. Apínas ang kwárta. Money is scarce. Naapinásan akó gid sang kwárta sa karón nga túig. This year I am in great difficulties for lack of money. (see lapígot, íwat, kúlì, lisúd, hínà).


apít-ápit

Hiligaynon

Nearly the same, nearly alike, resembling; to resemble. Apít-ápit ang íla kataasón, panlakát, duág, dágway, etc.-or-apít-ápit silá sing kataasón, etc. They are nearly the same in height, in their way of walking, in colour, in figure, etc. Nagaapít-ápit ang pangórte sang íla guyá. Their features are nearly alike. (see agíd-ágid, anggídánggid, amóámo).


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