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sáw-a

Hiligaynon

To be or become disgusting, loathsome, cause a dislike, aversion or antipathy, be improper or unbecoming, especially applied to things exposed that should be covered or hidden from view. Nasaw-ahán akó sa íya. I have taken a dislike (an antipathy) to him. Magapasáw-a (mapasáw-a) sa táo ang pagílis mo sa nabúksan nga bintánà. It will be improper (It will look bad), if you change your clothes with open windows. Ginasaw-ahán siá sa pakigsímpon sa amó nga katipúnan, kay básì nabalahúbà na ang maláut níya nga binúhat. He was ashamed (He did not like) to join that party, for (as he thought) his wicked deed may have become known already. Nagkasáw-a (nasáw-a) siá sinâ. He dislikes that. He considers it improper or unbecoming. (see láw-ay, kasáw-a, masáw-a).



ánay

Hiligaynon

First, before something else; Wait a little! Have a little patience. Kindly-. Be good enough to-. Please. Makádto pa akó ánay dídto. First I'll go there. Hulát ánay. Wait a little. Anay! Have a little patience! Wait a little! Bulígi akó ánay. Kindly help me. Anay pa. Forbear still a little. Tabángi akó ánay, kon mga saráng. Be good enough to help me, if possible.

-ánay, A suffix denoting reciprocity. Nagahigugmaánay silá. They love each other. Nagsondánay silá. They followed one another. At times "ánay" is shortened to "-ay". Nakasugataáy silá. They met each other. Nakakitaáy silá. They saw each other.


bál-ag

Hiligaynon

A file; to file. Bal-agí ang lagárì. File the saw. Ibál-ag akó ánay sang ákon lagárì. Please file my saw.


banyá-bánya

Hiligaynon

To see-saw, teeter, move or shake up and down, rise and fall, stand up and sit down in quick succession; a punishment meted out to children by making them stand on one leg, cross their arms, etc.


bígne

Hiligaynon

To overawe, terrify, astound, stun with fright. Sugíri siá sang bág-o nga natabô nga nakabígni sa tanán nga mga táo nga nakabatî. Tell him of the recent event that filled all men, who heard of it, with awe. Sang pagtán-aw níya sang dakû nga pilás siníng makaloló-oy nga táo binígne (nabignehán) siá. When he saw the large wound of this poor fellow he got a shock. Nabígne (Binignehán) siá sang buáya. He was terrified by the crocodile. (see lígne, sígne, lígna, rígna).


bíngaw

Hiligaynon

To jag, notch, nick, indent, knock or draw out a tooth and the like. Ginbíngaw sang amáy ang ngípon sang íya anák. The father pulled out his son's tooth. Mabíngaw ang lagárì kon magági sa isá ka bató. The saw will have teeth broken off, if it passes over a stone. Bingáwi siá sing isá ka ngípon. Deprive him of a tooth. Bingáwa ang íya nga ngípon. Draw his tooth. (see píngas, bílbig).


dalagílon

Hiligaynon

Saying, maxim, adage, saw, proverb, aphorism, apothegm, apophthegm, refrain; conversation. (see dágil, sugilánon, hurubáton).


gámit

Hiligaynon

To employ, use, make use of, resort to, apply, avail oneself of, utilize. Gamíta lang ang ákon lagárì. Use my saw. Gamíti ang ídò sing látigo, agúd magpalágyo. Use the whip on the dog so that it may run away. Gamíta ang páyong, kay nagaulán. Use the umbrella, for it is raining. Gamítan mo siá sing bastón, kon magsutíl. Give him the stick, if he gets naughty. Gingámit níya ang ákon arádo sa íya nga umá. He used my plough for his field. Ipagámit mo sa ákon ang ímo karabáw sa pagarádo sa buás. Permit me to make use of your buffalo to-morrow for ploughing. Gingámit níya ang íya palangakóan sa pagmánggad. He availed himself of his official position to enrich himself. Gamíta ang tiémpo sing mabúot. Employ your time wisely.


garáy

Hiligaynon

Saying, saw, proverb, maxim, dictum, aphorism, truism, adage, motto, epigram. (see hurubáton).


gimáw

Hiligaynon

To stick out, project, protrude, be visible, appear. Sa baláy ni Fuláno may nakítà akó nga úlo nga nagagimáw sa gawáng, ápang walâ akó makasáyod kon kay sín-o yádto. At N.N.'s house I saw a head at the window but I do not know who it was. Sang ámon pagbalikíd sa bánwa nga ámon tinalíkdan walâ na sing pamaláy nga saráng námon makítà kóndì ang atóp gid lámang sang kampanáryo nga nagagimáw. When we looked back at the town we had left we could not see a single house, but the roof of the belfry was still visible. (see gitíb, girím).


gólgol

Hiligaynon

To saw off, to cut by moving the cutting instrument to and fro, like a saw. Golgolá ang líog sang manók. Cut off the chicken's neck. Igólgol ako ánay sang líog sang gánsa, kay akó ákon mahádluk maggólgol sinâ. Please cut off the goose's neck for me, for I am afraid to do it. Gingolgolán siá sang manugbúlung sa páa. The physician cut into his leg. Amó iní ang gingolgolán sang buyóng sang líog sang makaloló-oy nga táo. This is the place where the brigand cut the poor fellow's throat. (see golót, gorót).


góod

Hiligaynon

Hollow, hole, cavity. Sa góod sang káhoy nakítà ko ang mga ítlog sang píspis. In the hollow of the tree I saw the bird's eggs. (see gwáb, gíab).


haláw

Hiligaynon

To be anticipative of something unfavourable, fearful of what may be coming, in dread, apprehensive, fearful, faint-hearted, timid, timorous, shy, easily taking fright. Napatáy galî sí Fuláno?-Hóo, naghaláw akó nga daán sádtong íya balatían waláy sapayán sang pagsilíng sang madámù nga sa madalî magaáyo siá. So, N.N. is dead?-Yes, I had a presentiment (was in dread, saw it coming) at the time he contracted that disease, though many were of the opinion that he would recover soon. Ginhalawán níla ang amó nga mga páhò, kay, konó, maáslum, ápang amó tapát ang naúrut sang bakál sa tiénda. They thought those mangoes would not sell, because they were suspected of being sour, yet they were bought up to the last on the market. Nagahaláw siá sa pagtabók sa subâ, kay may bahâ. He is afraid to cross the river, for it is in flood. Indì ka maghaláw sa pagpanáysay sa íya sang ímo kinahánglan. Don't be shy to explain to him your need. Naghaláw (hinaláw) siá sang pagkakítà níya sang kabáskug sang láwas ni Fuláno nga índì na siá buót magdúmug sa íya. When he saw the strong build of N.N. he was so intimidated that he would not wrestle with him. (see hádluk).


hinálì

Hiligaynon

Sudden, unexpected, instant, abrupt, hasty, all at once, thoughtless, unpremeditated, on the spur of the moment, without reflection, temerarious; to do something under a sudden impulse, act thoughtlessly, rashly. Sa hinálì gid lámang natúmba siá kag napatáy. All at once he dropped down dead. Indì ka maghinálì maghámbal. Don't talk under the impulse of the moment (without reflection). Patawára akó, kay nakahinálì akó maghámbal sang díli nagakaígò. Pardon me, for under the impulse of the moment I have spoken improperly. Sa hinálì ákon siá nakítà sa tungâ sang mga táo. Suddenly I saw him in the midst of the people. (see dalî).


hulubáton

Hiligaynon

(H) Proverb, saying, saw, maxim, aphorism, adage, axiom, apothegm, apophthegm, truism; incantation, invocation or the like, as used in superstitious rites. Also verb. Anó ang ginahulubáton sang babáylan sa íya nga búhat? What incantations does the soothsayer chant, when practising magic? (see hurubáton id.).


humbáya

Hiligaynon

To see-saw, move up and down, teeter. Ang mga bátà nagahumbáya sa tápì. The boys are see-sawing on the board. Pahumbayáha ang mga bátà sa dúyan. Let the children swing in the hammock. (see humbíya, sumpíya).


hurubáton

Hiligaynon

Saying, proverb, saw, adage, sentence, motto, maxim, axiom, truism. (see hulubáton).


kalangís

Hiligaynon

The disagreeable sensation produced by strident sounds, as by a saw encountering a nail or stone, etc. (langís).


kasáw-a

Hiligaynon

Disgust, aversion, loathing, antipathy. (see sáw-a).


kasaw-ahán

Hiligaynon

Impropriety, indecency, unbecoming conduct, unsuitability. (see sáw-a).


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