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bugáy

Hiligaynon

Gift, present, donation, favour; to make a gift or donation. Ginbugayán siá sang Mahál nga Diós sing madámù nga mga grásya. He had many graces bestowed upon him by God. Ang mga bugáy sang Diós nga Espiritú Sánto. The gifts of the Holy Ghost. Ginbugáy sang Diós sa áton ang Sántos nga Pagtóo. God granted us the gift of Holy Faith. Iníng makalilípay nga tabû bugáy sang Diós sa ímo. This joyful event is a favour sent you by God. (see hátag, dólot, dúlut, regálo). (N.B. "bugáy" is almost exclusively used for supernatural gifts or favours received from God).



darabáhan

Hiligaynon

Uneasy, worried, fluttered, nervous, anxious, disturbed, having misgivings or apprehensions. Also verb. Darabáhan siá (nagadarabáhan siá) tungúd sang balatían sang íya amáy. He is worried over the sickness of his father. Darabáhan (ginadarabáhan siá) sináng tabû. He is made uneasy by that event. (see darába, dalamúnon, darámnon, índì, malibútay, etc.).


halákhak

Hiligaynon

A guffaw, loud laugh, a burst-, peal-, roar-, shout-, of laughter; to guffaw, shout-, roar-, with laughter, etc. Ngáa man nga nagahalákhak ikáw? Why are you laughing so much? Kay halakhakán-or-halalakhakán gid ang ginsúgid níya. Because what he said deserves a hearty laugh. Ang amó nga tabû hinalákhakán níla nga tanán. When that happened they all burst into peals of laughter. (see talángkaw, harákhak, arókok, aríkik, háha).


hatabû

Hiligaynon

An event, happening, incident; to happen, come to pass, chance, fall out. Nabatabû nga --. It chanced that --. It came to pass that --. Nahatabuán akó dirí sang pagmasakít sang íya nga ilóy. I happened to be here, when his mother fell sick. (see tabû, hitabû, hanabû).


hitabû

Hiligaynon

Event, accident, incident, happening, deed, occurence. (see tabû, hatabû).


kahanabû

Hiligaynon

An incident, event, happening. (see tabû).


kahanubuán

Hiligaynon

Happenings, events, incidents, facts, history. (see hanabû, tabû).


pahanúmdum

Hiligaynon

Caus. of hanúmdum. To remind, put in mind, bring to mind, jog the memory, make remember, cause to remember or to recollect. Iníng tabû nagapahanúmdum sa áton nga--. This event reminds us that--. Ipahanúmdum mo sa íya nga--. Let him bear in mind that--. Draw his attention to the fact that--. Ginapahanúmdum ko sa ínyo ang ginasilíng sang madámù nga--. I remind you of what is said by many that--. Pahanumdumá siá sinâ. Let him remember (think of) that. (see dúmdum).


tabô, tabû

Hiligaynon

An event, eventuality, occurrence, accident; incident, happening, fact; to happen, occur, come about, take place, befall, betide, fall out, come to pass, get or come upon by chance. Isá inâ ka tabô nga makatitingála. That is (was) a wonderful event. Nakatabô akó kahápon sing maáyo nga sóhot sang ísdà sa ákon bunóan. Yesterday I happened to catch a good lot of fish that entered the pocket of my fish-trap (fish-corral). Natabô nga sang pagabút ko dídto amó gid man ang pagsulúd sang mga buyóng sa bánwa. It fell out that the brigands entered the town just as I arrived. Natabuán akó sang íya kamatáyon. I happened to be present at his death. Natabû ang sulî sang íla ginpaabút. The reverse of what they expected came to pass. (see hanabô, hatabû).


tabú-tabú

Hiligaynon

See tabó-tabó-the exterior covering of a silk worm's chrysalis.


támlang

Hiligaynon

To chance, happen, come to pass (suddenly or unexpectedly), to do something under a sudden impulse or the like. Nakatámlang siá sa paghámbal sing maláin. He used bad language under the impulse of the moment. Some improper words escaped him. Natamlangán ko gid ang gamó sang pagabút ko dídto. It just happened that, when I arrived there, the trouble had started. (see típlang, hinálì, hinalî, tabû, tabinás).


kostabuláryo

Hiligaynon

Constabulary.


tabúg

Hiligaynon

(B) To fly, fly off, soar. Nagtabúg ron ang mga píspis sa káhoy. (Naglupád na ang mga píspis sa káhoy). The birds have flown-out of the tree,-away to the tree. Patábga (Palupará) ang buladór. Fly the kite. (see lupád).


tábug

Hiligaynon

To drive away, scare off, expel, cast out. Tabúga ang mga karabáw. Drive off the buffaloes. Tabúgi ang humáy sang mga manók. Drive the chickens away from the rice. Tinábug níya ang mga kánding sa pamulákan. He drove the goats out of the garden. Tinábug ni Hesús ang yáwà. Jesus cast out the devil. Tinábug siá níla sa bánwa. They expelled him (banished him) from the city (town, country). (see paíway, pahalín, búgaw, parág).


tabúg-lamók

Hiligaynon

One who drives away mosquitoes, i.e. an idler, loafer, lazy fellow, good-for-nothing. (see tábug, lamók).


tabugî

Hiligaynon

Plait, braid; plaited, twisted, braided; to be or make in the form of a plait, to plait, twist. Tabugiá ang pagbódbod sang amákan. Plait the border of the bamboo mat. Tabugií ang tohóg sang karabáw. Twist a rattan nose-ring for the buffalo.


tabukánon

Hiligaynon

One living beyond or on the other (farther) side of a boundary, such as a river, mountain, lake, sea, etc. In Iloilo the term mostly signifies the inhabitants of the island of Negros. (see tabók).


tabukáw

Hiligaynon

A kind of very malignant, ulcerous skin-disease, often ending in death; leprosy.


tabukawón

Hiligaynon

Affected with or pertaining to tabukáw, leper.


tabúl-tabúl

Hiligaynon

To swing or shake to and fro as a basket carried on a pole. Nagatabúltabúl ang bakág sa tuangtuangán. The carrier's basket swings (is swinging) to and fro on the pole. (see tawóltawól).


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