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salab-ítan

Hiligaynon

Peg, pin, rack, stand, etc., that on which something can be hung. (see sáb-it, salang, átan).



salang-átan

Hiligaynon

A peg, pin, hook, nail, rack, stand, anything on which clothes, etc. may be hung. (see sáng-at, salabítan, salad-ángan, saládngan).


sáng-at

Hiligaynon

To hang, insert or hook on, attach or connect with. Isáng-at ang alámbre sa lánsang. Hook the wire on the nail. Ginsáng-at ko ang ákon kálò sa salab-ítan. I hung my hat on the peg. Sang-atí sing kárne ang salang-átan. Hang some meat on the hook. (see sábit).


kasalangisagán

Hiligaynon

Incongruity, discrepancy, inconsistency, awkwardness, inharmoniousness. (see salangiság).


salángat

Hiligaynon

To hang on, get caught by. Ang buladór nakasalángat sa sangá sang káhoy. Nasalangátan sang buladór ang sangá sang káhoy. The kite caught in a branch of the tree. (see sáng-at).


A rarely used plural form of sángya-to make merry, etc.


salánggon

Hiligaynon

What is to-, should-, be hindered; preventable. (see sagáng).


salangiság

Hiligaynon

(H) Orderless, unmethodical, unsystematic, in disorder, without order, wanting coordination; to be in disorder, deranged, disarranged, without a plan, without organized or concerted action. Nagsalangiság ang paghíwat sang mga hilikotón sang íla piésta. There was no organized effort made to prepare for their feast-day.


salangkúgi

Hiligaynon

(B) A tree, whose bark yields a juice that is much used as a hair-wash; salangkúgi-bark, salangkúgi-juice.


salángsang

Hiligaynon

(H) A length of bamboo split down to a certain depth into narrow strips and opened out like a basket. It is used as a stand for pots, water-cooling jars, etc.


salángyat

Hiligaynon

To become entangled, caught, as clothes when one walks through briars, etc. (see salángat, sángat).


balónos

Hiligaynon

A creeper, whose juice is used like the juice from the bark of salangkúgi to oil the hair and clean the scalp. Its fruit looks like an apple or orange, but is uneatable and only employed by children to play ball with.


gógo, gógò

Hiligaynon

A kind of tree and its bark. The latter is used like "salangkógi" for cleaning the scalp and hair.


pamípì

Hiligaynon

Freq. of pípì-to beat out, crush out, squeeze out, extract by beating, etc.; to clean the hair, apply a hairwash. Nagapamípì silá sing salangkúgi. They are beating out the juice of the salangkúgi.


pípì, pîpî

Hiligaynon

To strike with a flat instrument, to hammer; beat, slap with the hand repeatedly or in quick succession (especially in connection with massaging); to shampoo, clean the hair and scalp with a hair-wash; to prepare a hair-wash from the salangkógi-bark, or the like, by hammering (beating, crushing) the bark and dissolving its juice in water; to use or apply such a hair-wash. Pipíi (Pîpií) akó sing hinakí. Prepare a hair-wash for me. Pápà ka sing hinakí nga ipípì (ipîpî) sa ákon bohók. Beat out some bark (Prepare a hairwash) for cleaning my hair. Pipíi (Pîpií) ang ákon bohók sing hinakí. Pour some hair-wash over my hair. Pinipían (Pinîpián) níla ang bútkon ni Fuláno sa pagpaúmpaw sa íya. They slapped N.N.'s arm in order to bring him to. (see pápà, pâpâ).


sáng-ul

Hiligaynon

To hang to, stick to, hook in, be caught or detained (as by a hook or the like). Nakasáng-ul ang íya panápton sa símsim sang kawáyan. His clothes caught in the bamboo branches. (see sáng-at, salángat).


sángit

Hiligaynon

To hook in, be caught, stick to, cling to. See sángat, salángat.


sarangiság

Hiligaynon

(B) To disagree, be at variance, confused, in disorder; disunited, inharmonious, unsystematic. Nagsarangiság ang panúgid sang mga sáksi. The witnesses contradicted one another. (see salangiság).


sarángsang

Hiligaynon

(B) See salángsang id.


surumalâ

Hiligaynon

To disagree, be at variance, be contradictory, be inconsistent, go counter to, said of the testimony of witnesses, of reports, of accounts, etc. (see salangiság, súmpung).


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