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tínlò

Hiligaynon

To clean, purify, cleanse; be, make or become clean. Tinloá ang pínggan. Clean the plate. Tinloí akó sing báso. Clean a glass for me. Itínlo akó siníng báyò. Kindly clean this jacket for me. Nagtínlò na ang salúg, kay nasilhigán kag nadagnasán. The floor is now clean, because it has been swept and scrubbed. (see pútlì).



hínlò

Hiligaynon

Smoothness, evenness, levelness; to be smooth, even, level, plain. (see tápan, saláma, hámtang, tínlò).


katínlò

Hiligaynon

Cleanness, cleanliness, spotlessness, purity, freedom from dirt or stain. (see tínlò).


límpyo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. limpio) Clean, stainless, spotless, pure, free, clear; to clean, cleanse, make stainless, etc. Límpyohí ang balatonán, ang mga pínggan, etc. Clean the reception room, the plates, etc. Ilímpyo iníng habón sa mga panápton. Wash the clothes with this soap. Linimpyohán níya ang mga báso sing maáyo. He cleaned the glasses well. Límpyo na ang lángit nga walâ sing gál-um. The sky is now clear of clouds. (see tínlò).


matínlò

Hiligaynon

Clean, pure, undefiled, untainted, immaculate, spotless, unsullied, stainless, unadulterated, uncontaminated, cleanly, free from stain, soil or admixture, clear of dirt or filth; honest, just, righteous. (see tínlò).


nídnid

Hiligaynon

To be neat, trim, clean, tidy. (see hípid, hípig, tínlò).


panínlò

Hiligaynon

Purification, act of purifying; to purify, remove any pollution or defilement, be clean, keep clean, love cleanliness. Madámù ang mga buluhatón sang mga Hudíyo sa íla panínlò. The Jews had many purification rites. Magpanínlò kamó sa tanán nga mga bágay, agúd dílì kamó pagdunggoón sang balatían. Keep yourselves clean in every way so that you may not contract disease. (see tínlò).


tín-aw

Hiligaynon

(H) Clearness, limpidness, serenity; to be or become clear, bright, limpid, transparent, pellucid, pure, fair, serene; to be or become distinct, easy to understand, manifest, evident. Kaína malubúg pa ang túbig sang subâ, karón nagtín-aw na. Some time ago the water in the river was turbid still, now it has become clear. Tinloán mo ang kátyà sing maáyo, agúd magtín-aw. Clean the glass well so that it may be bright (transparent, pellucid). Ginpatín-aw níya ang íya katarúngan. He made his argument clear. Matín-aw nga túbig. Clear (pure, limpid) water. Nagtín-aw na ang lángit nga walâ na sing mga gál-um. The sky is now serene; all the clouds have disappeared. (see sínaw, sinág, áthag, háwan, tínlò).


úlay

Hiligaynon

Pure, virginal, virgin, uncontaminated, unpolluted, clean, chaste, maidenly; to purify, cleanse. Uláya ang ímo tagiposóon. Cleanse (purify) your heart. (see pútlì, tínlò, matínlò, maúgdang).


úlay

Hiligaynon

Pure, virginal, virgin, uncontaminated, unpolluted, clean, chaste, maidenly; to purify, cleanse. Uláya ang ímo tagiposóon. Cleanse (purify) your heart. (see pútlì, tínlò, matínlò, maúgdang).


ágsap

Hiligaynon

To chip-, trim-, dress-, hew-, wood by cutting or splitting off small pieces. Agsapí ang káhoy. Dress the wood by chipping. Inágsap nga káhoy. A chip-, splinter-, of wood. Ang mga inágsap sang kawáyan ginapaámak sa kaláyo. Bamboo-trimmings are useful for lightning or kindling a fire. Iágsap akó ánay siníng káhoy. Please trim this piece of wood for me. Nagtínlò na ang inagsapán nga halígi. The post that was trimmed has become smooth. Paagsapá ang pánday siníng halígi. Let the carpenter trim this post. (see sápsap).


báhin

Hiligaynon

Ministry, department, division, office, bureau. Báhin sang áway. Ministry of War. Báhin sang katínlò. Bureau of Health.


búad

Hiligaynon

Increase, augmentation, progeny, offspring; to augment, increase, multiply. Ang kalabánan sang mga kágaw nagabúad sa támà nga kadásig. Most of the microbes multiply very rapidly. Iníng túbig nabuádan (nabuáran) sing madámù nga úlud. Many worms have been bred in this water. Ang mga báksat kag bitík dílì makabúad sa táo nga matínlo sing láwas kag panápton. Bugs and fleas cannot breed on a man that keeps his body and clothes clean. Amó iní ang ginabuáran sang mga báboy. This is the place where pigs are raised. Amó iní ang ginapabuáran ko sing mga báboy. Here I am breeding pigs. (see pamúad, buluarán, pabuluarán).


bukálwà

Hiligaynon

To issue, come forth, spill, flow over. Nagabukálwà ang túbig. The water is being spilled or is flowing over. Nagbukálwà ang íya láway. Saliva flowed from his mouth (in a stream). Dílì mo pagpabukalwaón ang tinóla. Don't spill the sauce of the side-dish. Pabukalwaí ang báso sing diótay nga túbig, agúd magtínlò ang íya bibíg. Spill a little water from the glass, so that its edge may become clean. Pinabukalwaán níla ang lamésa sing tínta. They spilt some ink on the table. (see álwak, ályak, úlyas, úlyak).


búnlaw

Hiligaynon

To rinse, lave, finish washing or bathing by the use of clean, fresh water. Bunlawí na lang ang bátà, kay nagakúrug na sa katúgnaw. Finish off bathing the child by pouring fresh, clean water over it, for it is trembling with cold. Nakapalígos na akó kag mamúnlaw na lang akó. I have taken a bath and now I am going to rinse myself with clean water. Ibúnlaw iníng túbig nga matínlò sa mga panápton nga linábhan. Use this clean water for rinsing the wash.


daláyap

Hiligaynon

A kind of Philippine orange tree with small fruit, whose sour juice is pressed out and made use of for cleaning the hair and scalp, for taking stains out of clothes, and the like. Butangán mo sing daláyap ang ímo báyò agúd magtínlò. Apply daláyap to your jacket to clean it.


Hiligaynon

A negative prefix similar to the English in-and un-, e.g. dîhímpit- not perfect, imperfect; dî mahinulsúlon-not contrite, impenitent; dîmadampígon-not helping or supporting, impartial; dîtúgut-not allowed, not permissible, illicit, forbidden; dîsonô-not according to, irrelevant; dîmapahaylóhon-not easily won over, unshaken, unyielding; dîmahímò-impossible; dîmabása-illegible; dîmamalátyon-not mortal, immortal; dîmadinulúnton-not subject to decay, imperishable, indestructible; dîmapinadaláhon-not easily carried along or swayed, unswayed, unswerving; dîmainandámon-not careful, unconcerned; dîmaúgdang-immodest; dîmatínlò-unclean; dîmabatás-intolerable, etc. etc.


habón

Hiligaynon

(Sp. jabon) Soap; to soap, use or apply soap. Haboní gid ang pányo kon lábhan mo. Soap the handkerchief well when you wash it. Manghabón ka kon manghináw ikáw. Use soap when you wash your hands. Ihabón akó siníng mga pínggan, kay tinloán ko. Please put some soap on these plates, for I am going to clean them. Hugásan mo ánay sing maínit nga túbig ang pánit kag ugáling habonán. Clean the skin first with hot water and then apply soap.


hépe

Hiligaynon

(Sp. jefe) Chief, head, leader, superior, commanding officer. Hépe sang polisía. Chief of Police. Siá amó ang hépe sang báhin sang katínlò. He is Chief of the Bureau of Health. (see pangúlo).


hítam

Hiligaynon

Remains of food adhering to the inside of a kettle, pot, pan. Tinloí sing maáyo ang kólon, agúd makúhà ang tanán nga hítam. Clean the rice-kettle well, so that all the adhering particles of food may be removed. (see ríka).


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