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bádhà

Hiligaynon

(B) Fear, awe, dread; fear mingled with respect or reverence; to influence by fear, reverence or respect, to awe. Walâ gid siá sing ginabádhà. He is not afraid of anything or anybody. (see hádluk, sapák, bálhot, banâ, panagubáli).



badíl

Hiligaynon

A fire-arm, musket, rifle; to shoot with a fire-arm; to beat, drub, thrash, strike, swinge. Badilá siá. Shoot him. Give him a thrashing. Ibadíl ang búldok mo. Shoot off your revolver. Ginbadíl níya ang buyóng. He shot the brigand. Dî mo siá pagbadilón sing támà. Don't beat him too much. (see lúthang, lámpus, bálbal, lámba, bákol, badíl is probably derived from the Spanish "barril").


bádlit

Hiligaynon

A line, stroke, sign or mark with a pencil, pen or the like; to line, sign, mark with a stroke of the pen, brush, etc. Badlitá or badlití ang papél sang ímo plúma. Mark the paper with a stroke of your pen. Ibádlit ang lápis sa káhoy. Mark the wood with the pencil. Iníng papél nabadlitán sing tátlo ka kúris. This paper has been marked with three strokes. Dílì mo pag-ipabádlit ang papél sa mga bátà. Don't permit the children to make lines on the paper. Indì mo siá pagpabadlitón sang papél. Do not allow him to make lines on the paper. Anhon mo kon amó inâ ang bádlit sang pálad mo? What can you do, if such is the streak in your fate? Ang íya mga kílay dáw binádlit sang isá ka tigduág. Her eyebrows are (were) like the strokes of a painter's brush. (see kúris, kúrit, kurít, kúdlit, etc.).


bág-od

Hiligaynon

To rub two stones together, to crush or pulverize, between two stones or against a stone. Ginabag-orán ang bató nga bukáy sing binókbok nga bukáy túbtub nga magpíno kag ihínis sa ngípon. The crushed white stone is rubbed between two white stones till it becomes fine powder, and can be used to clean the teeth with. Ang tayóbong ginabág-od sa bató kon unawón. The tayobong-root is rubbed against a stone to rid the pulp of juice. Ibág-od mo ang tayóbong sa bató. Rub the tayobong-roots against a stone.


bagáng

Hiligaynon

To warm, to heat, make red-hot. Ginbagáng sang manugsálsal ang salsálon. The smith made the iron red-hot. Nabagáng na ang gánga. The roasting-pot is hot. Bagangá ánay ang gánga sa walâ pa ikáw magsánlag sang maís. Heat the roasting-pot first before you roast the corn. Ang gúgma nagabagáng sang íya tagiposóon. Love warms his heart. Ibagáng akó ánay sing isá ka nahót nga salsálon. Kindly make a piece of iron red-hot for me. Bagangí akó sing gánga, kay magasánlag akó sing maís. Heat a roasting-pot for me, for I am going to roast some corn. Ginabagáng siá. He is getting hot, i.e. he has fever, as a forerunner of some serious disease like smallpox, measles, etc.


bágay

Hiligaynon

Manner, method, kind, class, way; fit, proper, suitable, adapted; to fit, adapt, tune, harmonize. Bagáya ang mga kwérdas. Tune the strings. Ibágay akó sang ákon gitára. Kindly tune my guitar. Dílì bágay sa ímo iníng kálò. This hat does not fit you. This hat does not suit you. Duhá ka bágay ang pagpangurús, hímpit kag láktud. There are two ways of making the sign of the cross, the complete and the short one. Ang salâ may duhá ka bágay, mortál kag beniál. There are two kinds of sins, mortal and venial. Himósi siá sing pagkáon nga bágay sa isá ka dumulúaw nga dunggánon. Prepare some food for him fit to be placed before an honoured visitor. Bagáyi ang ímo mánggad kag kaálam sing maáyo nga batásan. Cultivate a demeanour in keeping with your wealth and knowledge or learning. (see ángay, ányò, ígò, síbò).


bagáy

Hiligaynon

Harmony, symmetry, melodiousness; tuned, harmonious. Iníng sísta dílì bagáy or iníng sísta walâ sing bagáy. This guitar is not tuned. Ang piáno ni Fuláno dílì na bagáy, kay dúgay na nga walâ pagbagáya. The piano of N.N. is now out of tune, because it has not been tuned for a long time. (see libágon-out of tune; unharmonious, flat).


bagít

Hiligaynon

Uninjured, unscathed, untouched; to escape uninjured, to be unharmed or unscathed, to come away free or untouched. Indì ka makabagít. You will not be able to escape unharmed. Diín ka man makabagít sa ákon? Where can you escape me? Bagít! Missed! Not hit! Bagít siá. He is untouched. This expression is often used in games, where the main point consists in an agility or adroitness in obtaining one's object without being touched or hit by the opposing party. Dirí lang sa ámon bánwa walâ gid sing makabagít sa íya sa paghámpang sang ahedrés. Here in our town there is certainly no one that can beat him at chess. (see luás).


bagól

Hiligaynon

The skull; any skull-like vessel, as e.g. the rough shell of a coconut opened slightly at the top and used for cleaning purposes. (If the coconut-shell is scraped smooth, it is called "hungút"); brain, mind, head, soul. Butangí sing bagól ang túmba. Place a skull on the catafalque. Walâ gid inâ sa bagól ko. That never entered my head, never disturbed my thoughts, never bothered or troubled me. (see bagô, bángog, úlo, panumdúman).


bágtik

Hiligaynon

To harden and get brittle, as dry mud and the like. Nagbágtik ang lúnang. The mud has hardened. Nabagtikán sía sing lúnang sa íya mga panápton. Some mud got dry and hard on his clothes. Nagbágtik ang kalámay sa kaláhà. The sugar in the pan is overdone i.e. has dried and hardened to the point of emitting a smell of scorching or burning.


bágting

Hiligaynon

Bell, tocsin; the ringing of a bell; to ring a bell, to sound the tocsin. May kampanáryo silá, ápang waláy bágting. They have a belfry, but no bells. Waláy bágting kaína sang ága. This morning there was no ringing of bells. Ibágting or bagtingá ang linggánay. Ring the bell. Ginbágting níya ang bágting nga dakû. He rang the big bell. Bagtingí ang bulunyágan. Ring the bell for the baptism or for the one to be baptized. Ibágting akó ánay sang orasyón. Ring the Angelus for me, please. Pabagtingán, konó, sang panínoy ang mga kalasálon sing tátlo ka basál. The godfather, it is rumoured, will have three peals of bells rung in honour of the marriage couple. (see linggánay, básal, basál, repíke, rimáti, púrut).


báhin

Hiligaynon

Part, division, lot, share, portion; to divide, make parts of, share out, separate into pieces, lots or parcels. Pilá ang ímo báhin? How much is your share or part? Bahína iní. Divide this. Bahíni si Fuláno sing isá ka báhin. Let N. N. have one share. Apportion to N.N. one share. Ginbáhin níya ang íya mánggad sa ápat ka párte. He divided his property into four parts. Ibáhin akó ánay siníng duhá ka pásong nga humáy sa tagápat ka gántang kag isóhol sa mga mamumugón. Kindly divide these two bushels of rice into heaps of four gantas each, and pay it out as wages to the workmen.


bahít

Hiligaynon

(B) To remove from the fire, etc. See bák-it. Bahitá ang kaláhà. Take the pan off the fire. Bahití siá sing isá ka kaláhà. Take one pan off the fire for him. Ibahít akó ánay sang kólon nga may tinóla. Kindly remove (for me) from the fire the pot containing the side-dish.


bahóg

Hiligaynon

Mixed food or provender; wash, swill; to eat or give to eat mixed foods, to mix rice with sauce and vegetables and the like; to feed dogs, give pigs their swill, etc. Bahogí siá sing ísdà, ulutanón kag sabáw. Give him a mixture of fish, vegetables and sauce. Binahogán mo na ang báboy? Have you given the pig its swill? Ibahóg iníng upá sa báboy. Put this rice-chaff into the pig's wash. Bahogí ang idô. Give the dog its food. Feed the dog. (see damóg, lakót, sakót, sámò).


baís-báis

Hiligaynon

Dim. of báis. To talk over, examine, discuss a question, etc. Sa karón ginabaísbaísan níla sa palatukán-pagbulút-an ang hágnà ni Fuláno. At present they are discussing in the legislative assembly N.N.'s proposition or motion. Sa walâ na sing pagbaísbáis ginpakamaáyo níla ang amó nga pagbulút-an. Without any further discussion they approved that law. (see suáy-súay).


bák-it

Hiligaynon

(H) The removal of cooked food from the hearth or fire-place; to take off the fire, remove cooked food from the fire-place. Bak-itá ang tiníg-*ang. Take the boiled rice off the fire. Ibák-it ang kólon. Take the pot off the fire. Bak-itán mo silá sing isá ka kólon. Take one pot off the fire for them. (see bahít id.).


bakál

Hiligaynon

To buy, purchase. Báklon ko iní. I am going to buy this. Bákli siá sing isá ka kasíng. Buy him a top. Batóna iníng kwárta nga ibakál mo sing kálò. Take this money to buy a hat with. Nakabakál akó sing duhá ka báka nga tagkapitoán ka písos. I bought two cows for seventy pesos each. Ibakál mo akó sing diótay nga bugás. Kindly buy me some rice.


bakalán

Hiligaynon

A door-post, an upright post, especially one in a partition wall; studding. Also used as a verb. Bakalaní ang díngding sing limá ka bakalán. Put five uprights into the partition. (see pagtúod).


bákhay

Hiligaynon

To dig, to dig out, make holes in the ground with any pointed instrument, as a báhì, tagád, sadól, etc. Bakhayá ang dútà, banáyan, etc. Dig the earth, dig out the banáyan-root, etc. Bakhayí akó sing banáyan. Dig out a banáyan-root for me. Iníng tagád ibákhay mo sa dútà. Use this iron-pointed dibble to dig up the earth with. (see káli, sadól, tubúng).


báknal

Hiligaynon

To swell out, be protuberant, bulge, protrude, (as a full pocket or the like). Nagabáknal ang íya bólsa. His pocket bulges. Nabaknalán ang íya bólsa sang kamúnsil. His pocket is stuffed with kamunsel-fruit. Dî mo pagpabaknalón ang ímo bólsa sing lakás, kay básì magísì. Don't stuff your pocket too tight, for it might be torn. Kon mga saráng, tanawá kon may púling ang ákon matá, kay may nagabáknal sa sulúd. Kindly have a look whether there is a speck in my eye, for something is stirring or swelling within it.


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