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tíg-a

Hiligaynon

(H) Hardness; to harden, become hard, hardened, unyielding, indurate, unimpressionable, difficult to make an impression upon, to be hard, firm, stiff, dense, stubborn, obstinate, self-willed, and the like. Nagtíg-a na iníng tinápay. This bread has hardened, has become hard. Ginpatíg-a níya ang íya tagiposóon. He hardened his heart. (see áwot, tígdà, tígdas).



katíg-a

Hiligaynon

(H) Hardness, solidity, quality of great resistance to pressure or of being unyielding to physical or moral agencies. (tíg-a).


matíg-a

Hiligaynon

(H) Hard, compact, solid, incompressible, indurated, difficult to make an impression upon, obstinate, obdurate, insensible, unfeeling, unyielding, tough. (see tíg-a).


tíg-ab

Hiligaynon

To yawn, gape, belch, gulp, eructate. Nagtíg-ab siá, kay nakakáon siá sing dasókdasók. He yawned after having crammed himself with food. (see panghúy-ab).


tíg-ang

Hiligaynon

To put a kettle, pan, etc. on the fire; to boil rice, cook rice. Tig-angá ang bugás. Boil the rice. Tig-angí silá sing isá ka gántang nga bugás. Boil one ganta of rice for them. Walâ pa silá magtíg-ang. They have not cooked the rice yet. (see sún-ad, sín-ad).


tig-angán

Hiligaynon

Fire-place, hearth; tripod; rice-kettle, rice-pot, rice-boiler. (see tíg-ang, sun-adán, sin-adán, kólon, kalán, sig-angán).


The rice-harvesting season, (rice-) harvest time, the time between October and February. (see áni, tagaláni).


áhao

Hiligaynon

Newly harvested rice. Karón may áhao na nga ginatíg-ang. There is new rice now being cooked or there is now new rice to cook. Ang áhao dílì maúkad. New rice does not swell much (when boiled).


áwot

Hiligaynon

(B) Toughness, hardness, tightness, immovability; to move with difficulty, to be hard-, difficult-, to deal with. Nagáwot na ang tinápay nga dáan. The stale bread has become hard. Gináwot níla ang súngsung sa botílya. They made the cork fit very tight in the bottle. Sang tingádlaw mahapús ang pagbukás siníng ganháan, ápang karón, kay tingulán na, nagáwot. In the dry season it was easy to open this door, but now in the rainy season it is difficult. Naawótan akó sa paggábut siníng lánsang. It was a hard job for me to draw out this nail. Ginawótan akó sináng táo sa pagpaháylosa íya. I had great difficulty in bringing that man over to my point of view. Iníng kárne maáwot. This meat is tough. (see tíg-a, húnit, hugút, paganót).


balotanóg

Hiligaynon

Not well done, underdone, parboiled, not sufficiently cooked (of food); healing slowly (of ulcers, etc); desultory, unsatisfactory (of schooling, education, etc.). Also used as a verb. Iníng kán-on balotanóg. This rice is not sufficiently cooked. Ang bakokáng balotanóg. The carbuncle called "bakokáng" is slow in healing. Balotanóg gid lámang ang íya panoón. His schooling was very desultory or quite insufficient. Dílì mo pagpabalotanogón ang pagtíg-ang. Don't only half-cook the rice. (see angól-angól, akúl-akúl).


bántà

Hiligaynon

Opinion, guess, surmise, conjecture; to opine, think, guess, surmise, conjecture. Sa ákon bántà or bolobántà --. In my opinion --. Ginabántà níya nga ang duhá ka gántang nga bugás ígò sa panyága sang napúlò kag ápat ka táo. He thinks that two gantas of hulled rice are sufficient for fourteen persons to eat at dinner-or-are enough to feed fourteen persons at dinner. Bantaá sing maáyo ang túbig sang ginatíg-ang. Guess well the quantity of water required for the rice you are going to boil. Binántà níla nga kon sumakáy silá sa áuto, makadángat silá sa Ilóng-ílong sa sulúd sang isá ka táknà. They thought that, if they rode in an automobile, they would reach Iloilo within an hour. (see bánà, banâbánà, hunâhúnà).


básil

Hiligaynon

Any hardened or dry matter sticking to, or wedged in between, other objects; to harden, thicken, incrust. Nagbásil ang lúnang sa íya báyò. The mud hardened on his jacket. (see bágtik, tíg-a, tígdas, malá).


batóbantilíngon

Hiligaynon

Hard, flinty, stony, stone-hearted, obdurate, cruel, pitiless. (see bató, bantíling, matíg-a, mabangís).


dábok

Hiligaynon

(H) To light-, kindle-, a fire. Dabóka ang kaláyo. Light the fire. Dabóki akó sing kaláyo sa dapóg. Kindle a fire for me on the hearth. Idábok mo akó sing kaláyo sa digamohán kay magatíg-ang akó. Please kindle a fire for me in the kitchen, because I am going to boil rice. (see dáig, túngab, panúngab).


dalísay

Hiligaynon

Strong in every sense. Dalísay nga bíno, baláy, táo, káhoy, bató, balatiágon, gúgma, etc. A strong wine, house, man, tree, stone, feeling, love, etc. Nagadalísay ang íya kabubút-on. His resolution strengthened. (see mabáskug, maísug, mapúrus, hámrus, matíg-a, mapág-on, mabákud, malíg-on, makúsug, etc.).


dápon

Hiligaynon

(B) To join, unite, associate with, to lay-, put-, lump,-hang-, clap-, together. Idápon mo ang ákon báka sa ímo nga karabáw sa pagpahálab. Take my cow along with your buffalo to the pasture. Dápni (dapóni) ang íya bugás sang ímo, kay íya tig-angón sa panyága. Put your rice with his, for he is going to boil it for dinner. Dinapónan kitá níla sa áton kalípay. They joined us in our merriment. Indì mo pagpadapónan ang ímo bátà sing kaupdánan nga maláut. Don't permit your child to associate with bad companions. (see ímpon, símpon, tingúb, dápò).


daw

Hiligaynon

Like, as, similar to, as it were, as if, about, resembling, having the semblance of; it seems, appears, may. Iníng káhoy matíg-a nga daw salsálon. This wood is as hard as iron. Daw butíg ang íya nga ginsúgid. What he said seems to be untrue. Daw sa dílì na akó makabatás sinâ. It appears to me that I can stand that no longer. Daw sa magadaúg siá. It looks as if he may win. Kon daw sa walâ gid ikáw sing lúyag sa pagdúaw sa iya, --. If you really shouldn't like to pay him a visit, --. Daw lángit. Like heaven. (see súbung, bílang, ánggid, apít-ápit).


humán

Hiligaynon

Ready, done, finished, complete, accomplished, terminated; condensed, congealed, solidified, coagulated; to finish, accomplish, terminate, complete a job, finish a piece of work or the like; to condense, coagulate, congeal, solidify. Humán na ang baláy, táytay, panápton, etc. The house, the bridge, the clothes, etc. are ready. Humanón mo ang sulát sa madalî, agúd makaábut pa sa koríyo. Finish the letter at once so as to be in time for the mail. Ihumán akó sing isá ka síya. Please make me a chair. Finish a chair for me. Nahumán na ang ímo sapátos. Your boots are done now. Nagahumán na ang kalámay. The sugar is now thickening, condensing, crystallizing. (see tápus, lísto, lapúyot, tíg-a).


ídlab

Hiligaynon

Spark, scintilla; to emit or throw off sparks, to spark, sparkle, glitter, scintillate. Ang bató nga matíg-a kon pakibyasán mo sing salsálon magaídlab. A hard stone, if struck a glancing blow with iron, will emit sparks. Paidlabá ang ímo santíkan, agúd makódtan sang kaláyo ang bárok. Strike a spark from your flint, that the tinder may take fire. (see ídlak, ígpat, sídlak, sílak).


ídlab

Hiligaynon

Spark, scintilla; to emit or throw off sparks, to spark, sparkle, glitter, scintillate. Ang bató nga matíg-a kon pakibyasán mo sing salsálon magaídlab. A hard stone, if struck a glancing blow with iron, will emit sparks. Paidlabá ang ímo santíkan, agúd makódtan sang kaláyo ang bárok. Strike a spark from your flint, that the tinder may take fire. (see ídlak, ígpat, sídlak, sílak).


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