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kátlon

Hiligaynon

Pertaining to or affected by the skin-disease "katúl". Ang may katúl ginatawág nga kátlon. One who has the skin-disease "katúl" is called "kátlon".



kutimón

Hiligaynon

Affected with "kutím", mangy, scabby. Ang may kutím ginatawág nga kutimón. One infected with the mange is called mangy.


maldíta, maldíto

Hiligaynon

(Sp. maldita, -o) Accursed, cursed, damned; to curse, damn, imprecate, wish evil upon. Ginsilíng (Gintawág) níya akó nga maldíta. He called me accursed. (see gátud, tinagudilían, panóloy, panghimaláut, maldisyón).


ngálan

Hiligaynon

(H) Name, patronymic, apellation, designation, cognomen; to name, call. Sín-o ang ngálan mo? What is your name? Anó ang pagtawág mo siní kon ímo ngádlan (ngalánan)? What would you call this, if you gave it a name? What is this? N.B. hingálan is much more used instead of the simple ngálan in the sense of: naming, calling, giving a name to, pronouncing the name of. (see ngáran, binunyágan, apelyído).


ókò

Hiligaynon

Laughing for the first time, beginning to laugh (smile); to begin to laugh or smile, to crow. Ang bátà nga nagasúgud magkádlaw ginasilíng nga nagaókò (ginatawág nga ókò). A baby that begins to smile is called "ókò". Ang bátà nagaókò na. The baby is beginning to smile.


ókò

Hiligaynon

Laughing for the first time, beginning to laugh (smile); to begin to laugh or smile, to crow. Ang bátà nga nagasúgud magkádlaw ginasilíng nga nagaókò (ginatawág nga ókò). A baby that begins to smile is called "ókò". Ang bátà nagaókò na. The baby is beginning to smile.


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