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húkay

Hiligaynon

Assemblage, aggregation, cluster, heap, bunch, collection; to gather, collect, be or become many. (see katilíngban, katipúnan, púnsok, púngpung, búnghay, hút-ong, dámò, típon, tingúb).



hunâ-húnà

Hiligaynon

Thought, thinking, idea, reflection, cogitation, consideration, surmise, guess, opinion; to think, cogitate, reflect, ponder, consider, surmise, opine, guess. Hunàhunáa inâ sing maáyo. Think well over it-or-Consider that well. Naghunâhúnà akó nga--. I thought that--. Ginahunâhunáan na níla karón sing mabinalák-on kon anó ang maáyo nga isagáng sa maláut nga pamatásan sang mga bág-ong túbò. They are now considering with great solicitude what is the best way to check the bad habits of the rising generation. Sa ákon hunâhúnà--. In my opinion--. Walâ akó sing hunâhúnà nga--. I had no idea that--. Kon maghunâhúnà ka sing súbung nagasayúp ikáw. If you think that, you are mistaken. (see dúmdum, painóíno, sálig).


hút-ong

Hiligaynon

A troupe, troop, body, drove, crowd, section, herd, flock, company, bunch. (see hubón, búnghay, sosón, panóng, húgnà).


inalóng-ong

Hiligaynon

Understanding, knowledge, inkling. Walâ siá sing inalóng-ong sang ginpanáysay kaína. He knows nothing of what was explained a short while ago. (see alóng-ong).


inalóng-ong

Hiligaynon

Understanding, knowledge, inkling. Walâ siá sing inalóng-ong sang ginpanáysay kaína. He knows nothing of what was explained a short while ago. (see alóng-ong).


inog

Hiligaynon

A verbal prefix related to and often identical with i-, ig-, iga-, but preferably used in expressing circumstances of time or instrumentality. Ang mga ádlaw nga inogpuása. Fast-days. Tión na nga inoglakát. It is now time to set out, to go or walk. Adlaw nga inogpangabúdlay. A work-day. Adlaw nga inogpahúay. A day of rest. A holiday. Bató nga inoggalíng sang maís. A stone for grinding corn. Papél nga inogsulát. Writing paper. Batakán nga inoglúlan sang mga sakayán. A crane for loading ships. Inogbák-ong-a shroud, sheet, cover. Inogbalítwà-a lever, bar for raising heavy loads. Inogkaláham (inogpangaláham)-the sense of touch, sensation through contact. Inogsagámsam-taste, the sense of taste. Inoglaráwan-for use in painting, carving, photography, etc. etc. (see inug-id.).


inog

Hiligaynon

A verbal prefix related to and often identical with i-, ig-, iga-, but preferably used in expressing circumstances of time or instrumentality. Ang mga ádlaw nga inogpuása. Fast-days. Tión na nga inoglakát. It is now time to set out, to go or walk. Adlaw nga inogpangabúdlay. A work-day. Adlaw nga inogpahúay. A day of rest. A holiday. Bató nga inoggalíng sang maís. A stone for grinding corn. Papél nga inogsulát. Writing paper. Batakán nga inoglúlan sang mga sakayán. A crane for loading ships. Inogbák-ong-a shroud, sheet, cover. Inogbalítwà-a lever, bar for raising heavy loads. Inogkaláham (inogpangaláham)-the sense of touch, sensation through contact. Inogsagámsam-taste, the sense of taste. Inoglaráwan-for use in painting, carving, photography, etc. etc. (see inug-id.).


kaaputánan

Hiligaynon

Place to go to or live in; asylum, refuge, salvation; advantage, benefit. (see apútan, alapután, dungkáan, dalángpan, sáp-an, etc.).


kakóg-ong

Hiligaynon

Nearness, proximity (of time); narrowness (of mind); tightness (of clothes, belts, etc.). Kakóg-ong na sang Simána Sánta! How near Holy Week is! Kakóg-ong sang íya ísip! How narrow-minded he is! Kakóg-ong sang ákon wáklos; laboyán ko. My belt is too tight; I am going to loosen it. (see kógong, lapít, gutúk).


kapúng-aw

Hiligaynon

Isolation, loneliness, solitariness, desolation, dreariness, dejectedness. (see púng-aw, kamíngaw, kasím-ong).


kasím-ong

Hiligaynon

Loneliness, solitariness, isolation. (see sím-ong).


kasóbol

Hiligaynon

Nearness, proximity (of time, as of a feast, etc.). (see sóbol, kakóg-ong).


kóg-ong

Hiligaynon

To tie up short, put near, fasten with a short tether. Ikóg-ong ang karabáw sa káhoy. Fasten the buffalo to the tree with a short rope.


lídò

Hiligaynon

(B) Very fat, obese, extraordinarily corpulent; to be excessively fat. Nagalídò gid iníng báboy. This pig is very fat. Naglídò siá dídto nga maláw-ay na tulúkon. He grew so excessively fat there, that he is disagreeable to look upon. (see támbok, baragóok, búg-ong, bug-óngan, bugróngan, búgrong).


líkid

Hiligaynon

To finish arranging the warp, complete the work on the warping board (sab-ongánan) before putting it on the loom; to arrange, get ready. Nakalíkid na ikáw? Have you finished arranging the warp? Ginlíkid mo na ang sináb-ong kahápon? Have you completed the arrangement of the threads you prepared yesterday on the warping board? Likída (-íra) ang sináb-ong mo. Complete the arrangement of the threads on the warping board.


líkis

Hiligaynon

To take the warp from the warping board and arrange it on the loom; to coil, wind (the woven cloth on the cloth-roller). Likísa ang sináb-ong. Transfer the warp from the warping board to the loom. Likísa ang hinabúl. Wind the woven cloth on the roller (pulugian, purogían). (see balólon, lolón, lókot-to roll up mats; álas-to coil, wind up ropes).


líong, lí-ong

Hiligaynon

The armhole, the circular cut in a garment where the sleeve is attached; to make the armhole. Sangkará ang líong sang ákon báyò. Widen the armhole of my jacket. Ginpasángkad (Gintambihán) níya ang ákon gutúk nga pakô náyon sa ílok kag pinadakû níya ang líong. She widened (let out) my tight sleeve near the armpit and enlarged the armhole.


madúgà

Hiligaynon

Juicy, luscious, lush, succulent, sappy, full of sap or juice. (see dúgà).


mái-ong

Hiligaynon

(H) Sack, bag especially one made of buri-leaves and used to pack sugar. (see bayóong).


masím-ong

Hiligaynon

(B) Solitary, desolate, dismal, lonely, dreary, secluded. (sím-ong). (see mapúng-aw id.).


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