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poklíd-póklid

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of póklid. Also: A kind of poisonous mushroom resembling the amamákol. Tan-awá yanáng balúng nga táo nga nagapoklídpóklid. Look at that drunken man falling down every few steps.



púd-is

Hiligaynon

White, whitish, pale, pallid, wan, faded (of colours); to be or become pale, to pale, fade (said especially of colours that lose their brightness through the influence of sun-light, rain, etc.). Napúd-is (Nagkapúd-is) ang duág siníng baláy. The colour of this house has faded. (see púg-is, lubád, búdhaw, lús-aw, láspì, lúspad, lún-ad).


pugá-púga

Hiligaynon

(B) To hurry, speed up, hustle, work hard, apply oneself to with vigour or energy. Ginpugápúga níya ang íya aradohón kag sang pagkatápus nagpabánwa siá sa pagtán-aw sang kátay. He ploughed with great energy and then went to town to see the parade (procession). (see dalî, dásig, písan, úkud).


púng-aw

Hiligaynon

Dreary, lonely, sad, lone, forlorn, solitary, unfrequented, cheerless, lorn (poetical); to become dreary, etc. Ginapung-awán akó. I feel lonely. Sádto ánay masádya iníng lugár, ápang karón nagpúng-aw na. Formerly this was a cheerful place, but now it has become lonely. (see míngaw, sím-ong).


rígkam

Hiligaynon

(B) See bígne, lígne, lígna, rígna-to overawe; to shudder, etc. Narigkamán akó sa pagtán-aw siní. I shudder at the sight of it. Indì ka magrígkam magkapút sinâ. Don't be afraid to touch (grasp) that.


sághaw

Hiligaynon

To glean, pick out, select, gather, cut the best ears with the rice cutter, collect the best or passable ears from a bad crop or from a crop spoilt by the action of birds, insects, etc. and leave the rest alone. Saghawá ang humáy. Gather the best rice-ears (and leave the rest in the field). Kúl-aw gid ang ámon pinatubás sa karón nga túig; sinaghawán lang námon ang ámon talámnan. This year we had a bad harvest; we just (picked out and) gathered the better ears from our rice-land (and left the rest as pasture for the cattle, etc.). Saghawá ang nabilín nga alányon. Gather what is left of the rice-crop. (see ág-ag, panálà, panagílò).


síkyap, sík-yap

Hiligaynon

To cut-, shave-, pare-, slightly the surface, cut off a small part, to graze. Sikyapá ang kíbul, kalónggo ko, etc. Cut off the surface of my callous skin, of my wart, etc. Nasíkyap sang kotsílyo ang kamót ko. My hand received a glancing cut from the knife. Sik-yapí sing diótay ang úbi, kay matán-aw akó, kon anó ang duág níya. Scrape off the skin of the úbe, for I want to see what colour it is. (see sápla).


siláng

Hiligaynon

(H) To aim, take aim, see, look at, inspect. Silangá sing maáyo ang ímo pusíl. Aim your rifle well. Silangá sing maáyo ang píspis. Take good aim at the bird. (see apúnta, tán-aw, túluk).


sinág

Hiligaynon

Transparency, clearness, perviousness to light; to be transparent, diaphanous, pellucid, shining through, clear. Ang ímo báyò nagasinág. Your jacket is transparent. Nagsinág ang íya sádto malubúg nga bíno. His wine that formerly was turbid has become clear. Nagasinág ang íya pangguyáhon. The skin of her face is very clear. (see sínaw, tín-aw).


sínaw

Hiligaynon

(B) To be bright, clear, pure (of water, etc.). Nagsínaw na ang túbig sang subá; kaína sang ága malubúg pa. The water in the river has become clear now; this morning it was still turbid. (see tín-aw, sinág).


solóng

Hiligaynon

(B) To see, look at, inspect, view. Sólnga diá. (Tan-awá iní). Look at this. Nagsolóng tána kang síne. (Nagtán-aw siá sang síne). He went to see the motion pictures. Nakasolóng akó kahápon kang beláda. (Nakatán-aw akó kahápon sang beláda). I saw the entertainment yesterday, i.e. I was present at it. (see sulúng, páslong (pasolóng), bilíd, tán-aw, túluk, himútad, mulálong).


soltéro, soltéra

Hiligaynon

(Sp. soltero, -a) Single, a single man or woman, unmarried. (see láy-aw, pamatán-on, olitáo, dalága).


sosón

Hiligaynon

Group, troop, bunch, drove, party, division. Madámù nga mga sosón nga mga (sang mga) táo ang naglilígad sa ámon baláy. Many groups of people passed by our house. Tan-awá ináng (yanáng) isá ka sosón nga mga (sang mga) karabáw dirâ. Look at that herd of buffaloes over there. (see hubón, búnghay, panóng).


sukáb

Hiligaynon

To lift slightly the edge of, to raise the hem or border as of a mat, carpet, etc. Sukabá ang amákan, kay tan-awón ko kon anó ang árà sa idálum. Raise the mat a little, for I want to see what is underneath it. Ang atóp sinukabán sang hángin sing tátlo ka pánid nga sin. The wind lifted three sheets of galvanized iron off the roof. Ginsukáb níla ang bató kag nasápwan sa idálum ang isá ka dakû nga iwí-íwi. They lifted one side of the stone and discovered underneath a huge scorpion. (see ukáb, sukíb, tukíb).


sumálà

Hiligaynon

(B) It is up to, the responsibility lies with, it rests with; not as, not like, contrary to, not following the example of. Sumálà dián kanímo (sa ímo). (Dirâ lang inâ sa ímo). As you wish or like. Do as you please. The responsibility lies with you. Kon magágto kamó sa marayô nga umá magbálon gid kamó, sumálà kang natabû kanámon kóndì nagútum kamí. (Kon magkádto kamó sa malayô nga umá magbálon gid kamó, tan-awá ang natabû sa ámon kóndì nagútum kamí). If (When) you go to a distant country district take provisions along and learn from what happened to us, for we got hungry (having neglected to carry provisions with us). Kon gabíi nga hóras ukón táknà nga inugturúg ron, mamíntal gid kamó kang mga gawáng kag ganháan, sumálà kay Fuláno kóndì ginsakáan ang baláy na kang matákaw. (Kon gáb-i nga óras ukón táknà nga inugtulúg na, mamíntal gid kamó sang mga bintánà kag puertáhan, tan-awá si Fuláno kóndì ginsakáan ang íya baláy sang makáwat). At night when it is time to go to bed, bar your windows and doors and do not follow N.N.'s example, for (as he had neglected to do so) thieves entered his house.


sumbiráw

Hiligaynon

(B) To call to see, call on for a moment, visit for a short time, pay a very short visit. Nagsumbiráw (Nagpasumbiráw) gid lang ikáw rúgya kanámon. (Nagtámwà (naggáwa) gid lang ikáw dirí sa ámon). You paid us a very short visit. Sumbirawá ang mga táo sa tarámnan. (Bisitáhi sing makadalî ang mga táo sa talámnan). Go and see the workmen in the field for a moment. (see sambiráw, dúaw, súr-aw, súy-aw, hápit, bisíta).


súmpit

Hiligaynon

To spirt, spurt out, whiz, hiss through the air. Nagsúmpit ang túbig. The water spirted out. Ang panâ nagasúmpit sa hángin. The arrow whizzes through the air. Tan-awá yanáng kabáyo nga daw nagasúmpit. Look at that horse running, one would say, without touching the ground. Naútud ang íya ugát kag dáyon sumúmpit ang dugô. His vein was severed and the blood spirted out. Bisán diín lang dón-an (dún-*an) súmpit. Wherever the branding iron is applied there will be a hiss. (see busawák, púswit).


súr-aw

Hiligaynon

To visit, come for a visit or for inspection. Walâ mo gid kamí pagsur-awá. You have never paid us a visit. Isúr-aw mo akó kay nánay. Please pay mother a visit. (see dúaw, súy-aw).


surumbálì

Hiligaynon

To urge or press forward, move about in all directions, jostle each other, throng, gather, collect in large numbers, crowd. Nagasurumbálì (Nagasinúrumbálì) gid lámang ang mga táo sa plása sa pagtán-aw sang mga hámpang. The public square is crowded with people eager to see the games. (see sarumbálì, but surumbálì is the more common form; lininggóhot).


súy-aw

Hiligaynon

To visit, etc. See dúaw, súr-*aw. Suy-awá siá. Visit him. Pay him a visit. Call on him.


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