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táb-ang

Hiligaynon

Lightness, mildness (of wines, spirits, tobacco, etc.); to be or become light, mild. Nagtáb-ang ang lánggaw, kay nagsungáw. The vinegar has become weak, for the air got into it. Natab-angán akó siníng tabákò. This tobacco is too mild for me. (see táhaw).



lád-ang

Hiligaynon

To become weak, flat, light or vapid, lose-strength,-flavour,-bouquet. Naglád-ang ang bíno, lánggaw, etc., kay walâ pagsungsungí ang botílya. The wine has lost its flavour, the vinegar has lost its strength, etc., because the bottle is not corked. Naladangán akó siníng serbésa. It seems to me this beer has gone flat. (see táhaw, táb-ang).


matáb-ang

Hiligaynon

Light, mild (of tobacco, beverage, etc.) (see táb-ang, dalísay, maísug-strong).


tabág

Hiligaynon

Feeble, weak, thin, not strong (of beverages); faded, worn out (of clothes, etc.); to be or become feeble, worn out, etc. (see táb-ang, lús-aw).


abáno

Hiligaynon

(Sp. habano) A cigar, especially one made by machinery, and sold by tobacconists (in contradistinction to the piokós-a home-made cigar, rolled by hand for private use). Bákli akó sing duhá ka abáno nga taglimá ka sentimós. Buy me two cigars of five centavos each. Indì akó makaúyon sang abáno kay matáb-ang; ginapasolabí ko gid ang piokós, kay labíng maísug. I do not like cigars sold by tobacconists, for they are too mild; I much prefer home-made cigars, because they are very strong, (see tabákò, tabakô, piokós).


balúng

Hiligaynon

(B) Tipsy, drunk, fuddled, boozed, intoxicated: to become or make drunk, etc. Nabalúng siá. He got drunk. Indì mo siá pagpaímnon sing lakás nga bíno, kay mabalúng siá. Don't give him too much wine to drink, for he will get tipsy. Ginbalúng níla siá. They made him drunk. Iníng bíno matáb-ang; índì makabalúng sa ímo. This wine is light: it will not intoxicate you. (see hubúg, lingín).