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apít-ápit

Hiligaynon

Nearly the same, nearly alike, resembling; to resemble. Apít-ápit ang íla kataasón, panlakát, duág, dágway, etc.-or-apít-ápit silá sing kataasón, etc. They are nearly the same in height, in their way of walking, in colour, in figure, etc. Nagaapít-ápit ang pangórte sang íla guyá. Their features are nearly alike. (see agíd-ágid, anggídánggid, amóámo).



apót

Hiligaynon

Dandy, coxcomb; stuck-up, proud, haughty, aping the manners of high-class folks. (see dayáw, bugalón, matinaastaáson).


así-así

Hiligaynon

(Sp. asi, asi) So-so, indifferent, middling, mediocre; of no special value, ordinary, of the common run; to do light-heartedly, carelessly, thoughtlessly. Dílì siá así-así nga táo. He is no common man. He is better than the average. Sa pagpatíndog sing maáyo nga baláy dílì ígò ang isá ka así-así nga pánday, kóndì kinahánglan ang isá ka pánday nga sampáton. Not every common carpenter is fit for the erection of a good house, but an experienced or skilful one is required. Ginasí-así mo lang ang pagtokád sa matáas nga búkid. You ascended the high mountain quite light-heartedly, you went up the high mountain as if it were an everyday-trip.


báklay

Hiligaynon

The wandering or crossing over mountains, hills, etc.; to cross, pass over heights. Ginbáklay níla ang matáas nga búkid. They crossed the high mountain. Baklayá ang bakólod. Cross the hill. Ibáklay akó siníng mga patádyong sa Hámtik. Kindly take these skirts along over the hills to Antique.


balítaw

Hiligaynon

An exclamation of surprise or wonder. Balítaw, pagkatahúm, pagkatáas kag pagkadakû siníng baláy! Look, how beautiful, how high and how large this house is!


batsilér

Hiligaynon

(Sp. bachiller) Bachelor, single, unmarried; one who has taken a degree below that of Master of Arts at a university; self-opinionated, conceited. (see láy-aw, pamatán-on:, bugalón, apót, matinaástaáson).


bílwa

Hiligaynon

To sprain, dislocate, put out of joint. Nabílwa ang íya nga tiíl. His foot was sprained. Dì mo pagbilwahón ang íya abága. Do not dislocate his shoulder. Indì ka magámbak dirâ, kay matáas kag básì mabílwa ang ímo páa. Don't jump down there, for it is deep and you might sprain your leg. (see súlpò).


bugál

Hiligaynon

Pride, haughtiness, vainglory, arrogance, loftiness, insolence, overbearing conduct. Walâ siá sing bugál. There is no pride in him. Pagbinugál, pagpabugál-to be proud. Indì ka magpabugál. Don't be proud. Ang mga nagabinugál talamáyon. Proud people are contemptible. (see dayáw, pagkamatinaastaáson).


bugalón

Hiligaynon

See bugalán. Also: To be or become proud, etc. Indì ka magímpon sa mga bugalón, kay bâsì magbugalón ka man. Don't associate with the proud lest you should become proud yourself. Nabugalonán akó sa íya. He is too stuck-up for me. He appears to be showing off. (see matinaastaáson).


bulangán

Hiligaynon

A cock-pit. Walâ na kamí sing bulangán sa ámon bánwa, kay tamà katáas sang buhís. We have no longer a cockpit in our town, for the license-tax is too high.


gálab

Hiligaynon

(H) To cut with a sickle, reap. Galába ang hilamón. Cut the grass with a sickle. Dílì mo pagigálab ang kotsílyo sa hilamón. Don't use the knife as a sickle in cutting down the weeds. Galábi ang humáy, kay lakás katáas. Cut off the tops of the rice with a sickle, for it is too high. Galábi ang kabáyo sing sakáti. Reap some zacate-fodder for the horse. Igálab mo akó ánay siníng mga gámhon. Please cut down these weeds with the sickle. Ipagálab lang sa íya iníng hilamón nga ipakáon níya sa báka. Let him cut this grass with the sickle to feed his cow.


hangáwà

Hiligaynon

Fear, apprehension, misgiving, diffidence, timidity; to be afraid, apprehensive, shy, timid, nervous, daunted, in dread, to boggle at, flinch-, shrink-, from, blench, funk, falter, waver. Indì ka magkahangáwà. Have no fear. Nagakahangáwà, akó magsákà (sa pagsákà) sa matáas nga kampanáryo. I am afraid to ascend the high belfry. Ang íla ginakahangáwà amó ang --. What they are apprehensive of is --. (see hádluk).


hánggud

Hiligaynon

(B) Large, tall, big, huge, vast, sizable, ample, spacious, capacious, voluminous, bulky, massive, massy, great; to be or become large, etc. Naghánggud na ang tínday sang karabáw. The calf of the buffalo has grown big. Hanggudá ang ákon báhin, ang búslot, etc. Give me a large share, make a wide hole, etc. Pahanggudá ang báboy kag ibalígyà mo kon hánggud na. Let the pig get big and sell it when it is full-grown. Ipahánggud ko sa ímo iníng tínday. I'll give you this calf to rear. Hánggud nga baláy, táo, bató, etc. A large house, man, stone, etc. (see dakû, mabahól, matáas, malápad, hanáhay).


hápò

Hiligaynon

Shortness of breath; to cause to pant, puff, gasp for breath. Ginahápò akó-or-ginahápò ang ginháwa ko. I am out of breath. Ginpahápò níya akó sa paglakát. He made me pant for breath walking. Kon magtokád ka sa matáas nga búkid hapóon ka gid. If you ascend a high mountain you will surely pant for breath. Ang paghákwat sang bató nagpahápò (naghápò) sa ákon. Lifting the stone made me pant. (see hímpok, púnghà, pungâ).


himúlat

Hiligaynon

(H) To wish or strive to obtain, seek to attain, contend for, try hard to, endeavour, make efforts to gain an object. Nagahimúlat siá sa pagtoón túbtub nga magálam gid. He is striving to study till he becomes very learned. Ginhimulátan níya sing dakû ang pagkádto sa Amérika. He made great efforts to go to America. Himuláti ang pagkúhà sináng búnga sa sináng matáas nga sangá sang páhò. Try to get hold of that fruit on that high branch of the mango-tree. Ihimúlat akó sa pagkúhà sináng púgad sang píspis sa balisbísan sang atóp. Please get me that bird's nest from the eaves of the roof. Maghimúlat ka sa pagsunúd sa gihápon sa dálan sang katarúngan. Do your best to walk always on the road of righteousness. (see tingúhà, paninguhâ, himúg-ot, himúd-os, etc.).


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