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sagúd

Hiligaynon

To take care of, rear or bring up, train, guard, watch over, look after with concern or care. Sagurá sing maáyo (Sagudá ti mayád) ang bátà, báboy, talámnan (tarámnan), etc. Take good care of the baby, the pig, the rice-field, etc. Isagúd akó siníng (kadiáng) mga kánding. Look after these goats of mine. Pasagurá akó sang ímo báka. Let me attend to your cow (for a share in her calves). Sín-o ang magasagúd sang mga bátà, kay napatáy ang íla ilóy? Who will take care of the children, now that their mother is dead? (see batití, sapópo, tátap, sagúp).



ákup

Hiligaynon

To take under one's care, to receive hospitably or kindly, to give board and lodging to, to shelter, feed and clothe. Ginákup níya akó sing mahigugmáon. He received me kindly, charitably, hospitably, supplying all my needs. Akúpa sing maáyo iníng makaloló-oy nga táo. Receive this poor fellow in all kindness. Take good care of this wretched man. Ipaákup ko lang iníng makilímos sa mga punoán. I will hand this beggar over to the care of the authorities. (see sagúd, sapópo, tábang).


alílà

Hiligaynon

To nourish, nurture, rear, bring up, foster, take good care of, look after with kindness and consideration. Aliláa sing maáyo ang bátà, ang masakít, ang pilasón, etc. Look well after the baby, the sick person, the wounded man, etc. Ialílà akó ánay siníng makaloló-oy nga táo. Kindly take upon yourself the care of this poor fellow. Si San Hosé dílì sumúod nga amáy ni Hesukrísto, kóndì amáy nga manugalílà lámang. St. Joseph was not the real father of Jesus Christ, but only his foster-father. Ginalílà níya ang ílo nga bátà súbong sang sumúod níya nga anák. She brought up or reared the orphan-child as if it were her own daughter. (see sagúd, batití, sapópo).


batití

Hiligaynon

Nursing, care; to nurse, rear, bring up, take good care of children, of invalids, of the sick, etc. Batitihá ang bátà sing maáyo. Take great care of the baby. Nurse the baby well. Ibatití akó ánay siníng bátà. Please look after this baby for me. Ginbatití-or-binatití níya sing mabinalák-on ang masakít nga bátà. She nursed the sick baby with great solicitude or concern, (see sapópo, sagúd, tátap, bántay).


búhì

Hiligaynon

To bring back to life, raise to life, resuscitate, revivify, revive, restore to life; to be or get-free,-loose, to escape from confinement; to free, release, liberate, let go; to support, sustain, maintain. Buhíon mo ang bátà ko, kay kon índì, ambót sa ímo. Bring my baby back to life, for if not, I don't know what will happen to you. Ginbúhì liwát sang Aton Ginóo si Lásaro. Lazarus was raised to life again by Our Lord. Nakabúhì ang báboy sa tángkal. The pig got out of the sty. Buhíi (búy-i) ang mga báka sa buhián. Let the cattle roam about free-, loose-, in the pasture. Ginbuhían sang bátà ang píspis sa háwla. The boy let the bird out of the cage. Nabuhían na ang mga gintotón-an, ang mga binilánggò, etc. The students have been-dismissed,-given leave to depart (from the school), the prisoners have been set free, etc. Buhíi (búy-i) ang binángon. Release your hold on-, drop-, the bolo. Binúy-an (binuhían) níya ang tulún-an. He dropped the book. Siá amó ang nagabúhì sa íya mga ginikánan. He is the one that supports his parents. (see bánhaw, luás, gwâ, sagúd, agubáy).


hamíl-ay

Hiligaynon

To nurse, look after, attend to, take care of a child, a sick person and the like. Ginahamíl-ay níya si nánay. She is attending to mother. Hamil-ayá si tátay mo. Take care of your father. Ihamíl-ay akó siníng mga bátà. Please take care of these children for me. Maghamíl-ay ka sa masakít. Look after the sick person. (see tátap, sagúd).


inakúp

Hiligaynon

To receive hospitably, take care of, treat well. Iya siá gininakúp sa dakû nga paghálung kag paghigúgma. He received him with great affection and love. (see ákup, báton, tátap, sagúp, batití, sagúd).


inakúp

Hiligaynon

To receive hospitably, take care of, treat well. Iya siá gininakúp sa dakû nga paghálung kag paghigúgma. He received him with great affection and love. (see ákup, báton, tátap, sagúp, batití, sagúd).


Taking care of, rearing, bringing up. (see sagúd).


panagúd

Hiligaynon

Freq. of sagúd-to take care of, etc.


rórog

Hiligaynon

(B) To do well or thoroughly, make a good job of it, attend to properly or with care. Malóoy kaw kadiáng bátà nga ílo kag rorógan mo gid kang sagúd. (Malóoy ka siníng bátà nga ílo kag sagurón mo gid sing maáyo). Have pity on this orphan boy and take complete care of him. Si Fuláno narorógan gid kang gásto sa pagtoón, hay mayád pa kató tóo ang ándang pagkabutáng. (Si Fuláno nagastohán gid sing madámù (sing maáyo) sa íya pagtoón, kay maáyo pa sádto (nga tiémpo) ang íla pagkabutáng). They had spent much money for N.N.'s studies, for in those days they were still well-to-do. (see áyaw, paayáwáyaw, busúg, búg-os).


salagúran

Hiligaynon

A place or institution for the support or relief of some class of destitute or afflicted persons; asylum, refuge. Salagúran sang mga-ílo,-búang,-tigúlang,-apâ, etc. An orphanage, an insane (lunatic) asylum, an asylum for the old (and the infirm), an asylum for the deaf and dumb, etc. (see sagúd, salagúron, salagurón, dalángpan, aláypan).


salagúron

Hiligaynon

Dependants, members of one's household, those depending on others for their support, those whom one is obliged to support; one to be taken care of, needing the support of somebody else, thrown on the charity of others. (see sagúd, salagurón).


salagurón

Hiligaynon

Animals to be tended or looked after; what is to be taken care of, reared, brought up, as a calf, a puppy, a chicken, etc. (see sagúd, salagúron).


sapópo

Hiligaynon

To take care of, nurture, nourish, rear, bring up, attend to all one's wants. Sapopóha siá sing maáyo. Take good care of him. Sang nawád-an siá sang íya ilóy, ang íya nga tíyà amó ang nagsapópo sa íya. When she was bereft of her mother, her aunt took care of her (brought her up). (see sagúd, sagúp).


susténto

Hiligaynon

(Sp. sustento) Support, maintainance, upkeep, keep, livelihood; to support, keep, pay for the upkeep or maintainance of, defray the expenses for. Sustentohá ang panimaláy. Support the family. Ginasusténto níya ang ákon mga líbro. He pays for my books. Sín-o ang magasusténto sa ímo dídto? Who will provide for you there? (see sagúd, tátap, atipán, búhì).


tátap

Hiligaynon

Management, administration, care, attention, solicitude; to look after, attend to (on, upon), see to, manage, administer, take care of, treat with attention or care, be solicitous for (about, concerning). Tatápa sing maáyo ang mga dumulúaw. Be very attentive to the guests. Treat the visitors well. Attend well upon-, Pay great attention to-, the visitors. Ginatátap níya sing maáyo ang tanán nga mga butáng sa sulúd sang íya baláy. She manages everything well-within her house,-in her own house,-at her home,-within doors. Walâ gid siá pagtátap sinâ. He does not mind that. He is very negligent or careless about it. Indì akó katátap (makatátap) sinâ, kay walâ akó sing tinión. I cannot attend to it, because I have no time. (see dumála, baláka, sagúd, sapák).


túngil

Hiligaynon

To nurse, tend the sick, attend on the sick, look after one ill in bed, take care of the bed-ridden. Tungíla ang masakít. Attend on (Wait on) the sick person. (see sagúd, tátap, sapópo, batití, hamíl-ay).


utitíd

Hiligaynon

Care, solicitude, diligence; to do or perform with care, take charge of, cater for, treat well, manage with zeal, apply oneself with right good will (with an eye to one's own interest or advantage). Utitirá (-idá) siá. Take care of him. Look well after him. Maálam gid siá magutitíd sinâ. He knows very well to manage that and to look to his own profit. Ginautitíd níya sa gihápon ang tanán nga mga buluháton níya. He habitually performs all his duties well (with an eye to his own advantage). N.B. Utitirá siá. (H) Utitidá (tána). (B) has at times also the meaning: Exact a strict account of him. Make him pay back every centavo, every favour received, or the like. (see tátap, sagúd, sapópo, písan, úkud).


utitíd

Hiligaynon

Care, solicitude, diligence; to do or perform with care, take charge of, cater for, treat well, manage with zeal, apply oneself with right good will (with an eye to one's own interest or advantage). Utitirá (-idá) siá. Take care of him. Look well after him. Maálam gid siá magutitíd sinâ. He knows very well to manage that and to look to his own profit. Ginautitíd níya sa gihápon ang tanán nga mga buluháton níya. He habitually performs all his duties well (with an eye to his own advantage). N.B. Utitirá siá. (H) Utitidá (tána). (B) has at times also the meaning: Exact a strict account of him. Make him pay back every centavo, every favour received, or the like. (see tátap, sagúd, sapópo, písan, úkud).


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