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sapátos

Hiligaynon

(Sp. zapato) Shoes, boots, foot-wear. (see sapín).



abó-ábo

Hiligaynon

Dim. of abó. Of an ash colour, ash-coloured, grey, ashy pale. Ang buút ko kaúnon ang páho nga abó-ábo na. I like to eat mangoes that are ash-coloured i. e. nearly ripe, Ang íya kálò kag sapátos abó-ábo. His hat and boots are grey.


abonár

Hiligaynon

(Sp. abonar) To advance, loan, let have-, allow-, on credit. Abonahí akó ánay sing napúlò ka pisos. Advance me ten pesos. Iabonár lang ánay sa ákon iníng mga sapátos. Let me have these boots on credit. Ipaabonár lang sa íya ang íya mga kilinahanglánon. Let him have on credit whatever he needs, (see paútang, pahulám).


alì

Hiligaynon

Liked, appreciated, cherished; attached to, partial to; to like, etc. Alì ko gid iníng kálò, tulún-an, pagkáon, etc. I am partial to this hat, this book, this kind of food, etc. Ginaálì or ginapakaálì ko gid iníng mga sapátos. I like these boots very much. Dáw sa dílì gid matahúm iní, ápang ginálì mo. This does not seem to be nice at all, yet you liked it. Alíon mo na lang ang bág-o nga huégo nga ginhátag sa ímo ni tíyà mo. Just try to be contented with the new suit that aunt gave you. (see lúyag, palánggà, úyon, wíli, pakamahál).


ángkat

Hiligaynon

(B) Buying on credit,-on account,-on tick; to obtain on credit, to buy on account. Angkatí akó sing duhá ka metros nga kóko. Get me on credit two meters of white cloth. Angkatá lang inâ. Just buy it on credit. Ipaángkat sa ákon iníng bunáng. Let me have this yarn on credit. Angkatí man akó siníng sapátos, kay hulatón ko man ikáw sa pagbáyad túbtub sa lapás ang piésta. Take also these boots from me on credit, for I am willing to wait for your payment till after the feast. Paangkatá lang akó sinâ. Simply give me that on credit. (see the foregoing "ángkat"; the connection between the two is obvious. They are really the same term, whose first meaning is "to get loose seams, etc." and whose secondary meaning is "to get loose merchandise, etc." i.e. "to get or obtain on credit").


balígyà

Hiligaynon

Selling, sale; to sell, dispose of by sale. Nagabalígyà ka siní? Are you selling this? Tagpilá ang pagbalígyà mo siníng mga lápis? For how much each do you sell these pencils? Ginabalígyà mo inâ? Do you sell that? Ibalígyà mo sa ákon iníng mga sapátos. Sell me these boots. Ibalígyà mo akó sinâ. Kindly sell that for me. Nabaligyaán kamí dídto siníng báka. This cow was sold to us there. Ginbaligyaán níla kamí siní. They sold it to us. (see patábà-to sell land: bakál-to buy).


bílin

Hiligaynon

Order, command, commission, injunction; to order, enjoin, command, give an order to, direct, dispose, rule; pabílin-to remain; stay, be left behind. Anó ang bílin mo? What is (was) your order? May igabílin ikáw sa Ilóng-ílong? Have you an order for Iloilo? Bínli (for biníli) ang ímo útud nga padálhan níya akó sing isá ka páres nga maáyo nga sapátos. Order your brother to send me a pair of good boots. Magpabílin ka sa baláy. Stay (remain) at home. Mapabílin ikáw sa baláy? Are you remaining at home? Shall you stop at home? Ginpabílin siá sa baláy ni nánay. Mother left him at home or told him to stop at home. Ipabílin siá sa baláy. See to it that he stops at home. (see túgon, sógò, sálà, bilín).


bítbit

Hiligaynon

To carry in one's hand (a handbag or the like). Bitbitá ang pinutús. Carry the parcel in your hand. Bitbití akó sing duhá ka láta nga salmón kag maglakát kitá. Take along for me in your hand two tins of salmon and let us go. Ibítbit akó ánay sang ákon sapátos. Kindly carry my boots in your hand. (see dalá).


bitón

Hiligaynon

(Sp. betun) Shoe-blacking, polish; to shine-, polish-, black-, a shoe, etc. Bitoná or bitoní ang ákon mga sapátos. Shine, polish, my shoes. Ibitón akó ánay sang ákon mga sapátos. Kindly polish my boots for me. Makahibaló ka balá magbitón? Do you know how to shine shoes? (see limpiabótas-a boot-black).


borángkol

Hiligaynon

Loosely fitting and out of shape, misshapen, said of footwear; pieces of leather, etc. tied to the foot instead of boots; sandal. Borángkol kaáyo ang íya mga sapátos. His shoes are very ill-fitting.


bótas

Hiligaynon

(Sp. bota) Boot, shoe, footwear. (see sapátos, sapín, butítos).


buluhatán

Hiligaynon

(H) Place where something is made, work-shop. Buluhatán-tinápay. A bakery. Buluhatán-sapátos. A shoe-maker's. Buluhatán-kálò. A hat-maker's shop. (see búhat:, pábrika).


búrnil, burníl

Hiligaynon

(Sp. bruñir) To polish, burnish, shine, clean, cleanse. Burnilí ang kandeléro, ang mga sapátos, etc. Polish the candlestick, the boots, etc. (see púlug, híning, bitón, nísnis, núsnus).


dádol

Hiligaynon

(B) To use recklessly, handle without regard or consideration, treat roughly. Gindádol gid lang níya ang bág-o nga mga sapátos sa mga kabatohán. He wears his new boots quite recklessly in places where there are rocks. Indì ka magdádol sang diótay mo nga bátà sa mabúdlay nga dálan. Don't take your small child along over difficult roads. Indì mo pagdadólon kón diín ka makádto ang bátà nga may hilánat, kóndì ibílin mo siá sa baláy. Don't take with you wherever you go the child with the cold, but leave it at home. Gindádol níya sa lúnang ang matahúm níya nga sinélas. He dragged his beautiful slippers (regardlessly) through the mud. (see gánoy, gúyud).


dagumák

Hiligaynon

To use up, wear out, spoil by frequent use. Dagumaká lang ang bág-o mo nga sapátos. Just wear out your new boots. Indì mo pagidagumák iníng matahúm mo nga bestído. Don't spoil this beautiful frock of yours by too frequent use. (see pasaburát, pasaburák, patúyang, saguláy, sarabóg).


dalá

Hiligaynon

(H) Anything carried, brought, taken, conveyed or transported; to carry, transmit, bring-, take-, along, bear, convey, transfer, transport, cart, ship; support; to influence, gain over to one's side, persuade. Anó ang ginadalá mo? What are you carrying,-bringing,-taking along? Diín mo iná (dál-on) dálhon? Where are you taking that to? Dálhi akó sing isá ka báso nga túbig. Bring me a glass of water. Padálhi akó sing isá ka páres nga sapátos. Send me a pair of boots. Ipadalá sa íya iní. Send him this. Pinadalá níya iní sa ákon. He sent me this. Anó ang dalá mo? What is it you are bringing (taking) with you? Daw sa índì mo siá madalá. You will scarcely be able to move, influence or persuade him. Pinadálhan níya akó sing sulát gíkan sa Manílà. He sent me a letter from Manila. Nagabút na dalá sang sakayán ang káhoy nga binakál ko. The wood I bought has now arrived by boat. Dinalá níya ang ákon kálò. He brought my hat. Makadalá ka siní? Can you carry or transport this? Nagabáton na siá sing binúlan nga duhá ka púlò ka mángmang dalá ang pagkáon. He is receiving now twenty pesos a month and his board. (dará id.).


dúgmal

Hiligaynon

To use often or frequently, wear out by constant use. Ginadúgmal níya lang ang malahálon nga mga panápton. He wears out his expensive clothes by constant use. He is always wearing his best clothes. Indì ka magdúgmal sang ímo sapátos nga bág-o. Don't wear your new boots often. (see gánoy, gámit, dagumák, saguláy).


dulát

Hiligaynon

Awl, brad-awl, sprig-bit; to use or apply an awl, make a hole with an awl. Magdulát ka sang binít sang amákan kon magbódbod ka. Pierce the edge of the bamboo-mat with an awl, when you make a rattan-rim around it. Dulatí ang sapátos kon magtahî ka sang pánit. Perforate the boots with an awl, when you sew the leather. Dílì mo pagdulatán, kóndì síbtan mo lámang, ang dulúnggan sang bátà kon bitáyan mo sing arítos. Don't pierce the girl's ear with an awl, but only with a needle or pin, when you are going to hang an ear-ring in it.


gánya

Hiligaynon

To like, wish to have, desire, fancy, long for, take to, go in for, be attracted by or pleased with, hanker after. Nagánya akó siníng báyò. I like (or am pleased with) this jacket. Kon makítà mo ang íya bág-o nga baláy magánya ka gid. When you see his new house, you will certainly like it very much. Ganyahá (paganyahá) siá sa pagbakál siníng mga sapátos. Make him fancy and buy these boots. Ginpagánya ko siá sa pagupúd sa ákon. I persuaded him to accompany me. Nagánya siá sa pagsugál. He has taken to gambling. He has gone in for gambling. (see lúyag, gána, bangá).


gím-ang

Hiligaynon

Miry, muddy, sludgy, slushy, soiled with soft or watery mud, muddied, wet and dirty; to be or become wet and dirty, etc. Gím-ang ang dálan, kay nagulán. The road is muddy (slushy) on account of the rain. Naggím-ang ang salúg sang ákon hulút, kay nagsulúd si Fuláno nga mabasâ kag mahígkò ang íya sapátos. The floor of my room was muddied, because N.N. entered with his wet and dirty boots. (see raíng, rísmò, hígkò, bulíng, músing).


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