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táhaw

Hiligaynon

To deteriorate, get stale or weak or lose strength. Nagtáhaw ang bíno, lánggaw, etc. The wine, vinegar, etc. has lost its strength. Walâ gid magtáhaw ang íya paghigúgma. His love never lessened. Pataháwa ang íya kaákig. Try to calm his anger. (see tábang).



báhaw

Hiligaynon

(H) Cold rice, cold food; to become cold (of food); to be cold or indifferent (as regards religion, etc.). May báhaw kamó? Have you any cold rice? Ang kán-on nagbáhaw na. The rice has got cold. Pamáhaw-to breakfast, eat cold food, from the fact that the rice taken at breakfast has usually been cooked the day before. (see kápog, táhaw, búgnaw).


katáhaw

Hiligaynon

Loss of strength, defection, deterioration. (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).


lúnaw

Hiligaynon

To grow weak, deteriorate, grow stale, become less strong, weaken, subside, wane, fail. Naglúnaw ang íya paghigúgma, kaákig, híngyò, etc. His love, anger, aspiration, etc. grew less intense. Kon bayáan mo dirâ ang bíno magalúnaw. If you leave the wine there, it will lose its strength. Nalunáwan akó siníng lánggaw. This vinegar of mine has deteriorated-or-this vinegar is not strong enough for me. (see báhaw, táhaw).


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).


kataháwan

Hiligaynon

See katáhaw. Also: Things that cause loss of strength, etc.


bálhin

Hiligaynon

Change, alteration, transformation, transfiguration, transmutation; to change, alter, become different from what one was before, transform, transfigure, transmute, metamorphose, transmogrify. Nagbálhin ang íya dágway. His form or figure changed. Magabálhin gid ang duág sang ímo báyò kon maulanán. The colour of your jacket will change, if it gets wet with rain. Indì mo pag-ibutáng iníng bíno sa ínit, kay básì mabálhin kag matáhaw. Don't place this wine in the heat, for it might change its flavour and lose strength. Dílì nínyo pagbalhinón ang amó nga pagbulút-an. Don't change that law. Don't alter or modify the provisions of that law. (see baléu, báylo).


rímog

Hiligaynon

(B) To weaken or spoil by mixture. Rimógi ang lánggaw sing kán-on. Weaken the vinegar by putting rice into it. Indì mo pagrimógan ang lánggaw, kay magatáhaw. Don't mix anything with (put any admixture into) the vinegar, for it will lose its strength. Narimógan ang lanahón. The juice of the coconut-meat is spoilt (so that no oil can be got from it). (see límog).