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ahát

Hiligaynon

To do something prematurely, before the regular or proper time or even against one's inclination. Ahatá lang ang pagpópò sang páhò. Pluck the mango, even though it is not yet quite ripe. Ginaahát níla ang ságing nga línghod. They are eating unripe bananas. Ahatón mo ang buót mo sa paglakát, bisan índì ka malúyag. Make up your mind to go, although you do not like to. Masakít karón ang íya solóksolók, kay man gin-*ahát níya ang mga sirig-wélas nga hiláw. Of course he has stomach-ache, he has eaten green plums.



baáng-báang

Hiligaynon

(B) To warm up, get warm by taking a hot drink, food, etc. Baáng-baángi ang ímo solóksolók sing diótay nga kán-on sa walâ pa ikáw magsúgud sang pagpangabúdlay. Warm your stomach with a little rice, before you start your work. Mainúm akó sing maínit nga tsa sa pagbaángbáang sang ákon solóksolók. I am going to drink hot tea to warm my stomach. Imna iníng bíno, kay magapabaángbáang sang ímo solóksolók. Drink this wine, for it will warm you up. (see bagáng).


búntud

Hiligaynon

Full, stuffed, crammed, replete, bloated, distended; to be full, etc. Nagabúntud ang búsong ko. My stomach is (or feels) full. Indì ka magkáon sinâ, kay básì índì makaúyon ang solóksolók mo kag mabuntudán ka. Don't eat that, for it may not agree with your stomach and you may become full of wind (flatulent).


búsung

Hiligaynon

(B) Stomach, abdomen; uterus, womb; to be pregnant, be with child. Nagabúsung siá. She is pregnant, is with child. Masakít ang búsung ko. I have stomach-ache. (see tián, tiyán, solóksolók).


dagáhay

Hiligaynon

(B) A rumbling sound caused by wind in the intestines, borborygmus, borborygm; to emit such a sound, to have a barking stomach. Nagadagáhay ang íya solóksolók. His stomach is rumbling. (see dagóok, dághob, dagúob, dagúbdub).


díg-as

Hiligaynon

To make-, become-, fine, pound or grind well. Usánga sing maáyo ang ímo ginakáon, agúd madíg-as kag mahapús matúnaw sang ímo solóksolók. Chew your food well that it may be properly ground (between your teeth) and become easy to digest. (see líg-as, ríg-as).


dírham

Hiligaynon

Fear, apprehension, nervousness, perturbation, trepidation, timidity; to be apprehensive, in trepidation or fear, to wince, shrink, flinch, blench, tremble. May dírham siá or ginadírham siá. He is afraid, apprehensive, in trepidation. Nagadírham ang íya ginháwa (solóksolók). He is nervous, afraid. Ginadírham akó kon mangilát. I am afraid of lightning. (see hádluk, kúlbà).


díway

Hiligaynon

To feel out of sorts, be near vomiting, be queasy, squeamish, qualmish. Nagadíway ang ákon solóksolók. I am sick at stomach, my stomach is out of sorts. (see dígwà).


dúklong

Hiligaynon

Pain, cramps (in the stomach); to be painful, cause pain, especially in the stomach; a passing fit of stomach-ache. Nagadúklong ang solóksolók ko. I have stomach-ache. (see sakít, kútoy).


gináhab

Hiligaynon

Breath; stomach; life. (see ginháwa, solóksolók, kabúhì, gáhab).


hálwos

Hiligaynon

(B) To have a sinking sensation due to hunger or exhaustion, feel hungry, exhausted, famished. Nagahálwos ang solóksolók ko. My stomach is empty. (I feel hungry). Nahalwosán akó. I am famished. Nagahálwos ang ginháwa ko kon magdúmdum akó sang ákon bátà dídto, kay básì kon anó ang matabû sa íya. It makes my flesh creep to think of my child there, for something might happen to him (her). (see halús, hílab, hírab).


hápyot

Hiligaynon

To be famished, weak, hungry, have an empty stomach. Nagahápyot ang ákon solóksolók. I am famished-or-My stomach is empty. Nahapyotán siá. He became exhausted from want of food. (see sápyot, hálwos, hílab, hírab).


hárog

Hiligaynon

To thrust or push with a pointed instrument, spear, stick, pierce, stab (from below), thrust upwards. Haróga siá sang bagát. Make a lunge at him (from below) with the (slender) pole. Harógi ang haló sa solóksolók nga árà sa káhoy. Pierce the belly of the iguana there on the tree. Ihárog sa íya ang ímo bángkaw. Thrust your lance into him (from underneath). (see dúgdug, hándus, haráhad, túslok).


hilánat

Hiligaynon

Cold, catarrh, slight fever; to cause a cold, etc. May hilánat siá-or-ginahilántan (ginahilanátan) siá. He has a cold. Kon magkáon ka sing mga butáng nga bátok sa solóksolók mo pagahilánton (-hilanatón) ka gid. If you eat things injurious to your stomach you will surely suffer from catarrh.


hílwak

Hiligaynon

To tire, exhaust, weaken through hunger, fatigue, etc.; to shrink, become thin or lean. Nagahílwak ang tiyán ko-or-ginahilwakán akó. I am exhausted (am getting weak or tired out). Mamáhaw ka sing maáyo, agúd índì maghílwak ang solóksolók mo, kon magtokád kitá sa búkid. Take a good breakfast, lest you should become exhausted when we ascend the mountain. Naghílwak ang íya láwas, kay nagmasakít siá. He has become lean, for he has been sick. (see hílab, kúpus, lúpyak).


hilwák-hílwak

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of hílwak. Mapahúay akó ánay, kay nagahilwákhílwak na ang ákon solóksolók. I am going to take a rest, for I am rather exhausted (my stomach is empty).


hinurángus

Hiligaynon

Life; breath; stomach. (see kabúhì, ginháwa, solóksolók).


hiwasâ

Hiligaynon

To writhe, move about restlessly, stir and wriggle as one struggling to get free from some superimposed weight or the like. Nagahiwasâ siá sa íya higdáan, kay masakít gid ang íya solóksolók. He is writhing in bed, for he has a severe stomach-ache. Anó na man ang ginahiwasâ mo? What are you wriggling for this time? (see híos, híwos, íwos, híwod, pólok, etc.).


kadalánan

Hiligaynon

Roads, streets, ways; order, method. Nagláin ang íya solóksolók, kay waláy kadalánan ang íya pagkáon. He has got stomach-ache, because he has no regularity in taking meals-or-because he eats at random, anything, at any time. (dálan).


kinísdak

Hiligaynon

Life; breath of life; stomach. (cf: tirúsdak, tinúsdak, hinurángus, gináhab, ginháwa, solóksolók, kabúhì).


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