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tabinás

Hiligaynon

To stumble against (on, upon), put one's foot in (into), act carelessly, impulsively, on the spur of the moment, unwittingly, without thinking. Nakatabinás siá magbutángbútang sa kay Fuláno. He thoughtlessly slandered N.N. (see tabiláng, típlang).



dágmit

Hiligaynon

To act impulsively, do something carelessly or thoughtlessly, act on the spur of the moment. (see hinalî, tabinás).


dágras

Hiligaynon

To be thoughtless, act recklessly or without reflection. (see dalás, dágmit, tabinás, hinalî).


dalámhà

Hiligaynon

To act rashly, impulsively, do light-heartedly, perform thoughtlessly. Indì ka magdalámhà sa pagsákà sa baláy ni Fuláno, kay básì kágton ka sang íya idô. Don't light-heartedly enter the house of N.N., for his dog may bite you. (see dalás, tabinás, patarásak).


dalás

Hiligaynon

To be quick, precipitate, impulsive, thoughtless, impetuous, hasty. Indì ka magdalás sa paghámbal. Don't be precipitate of speech. Gindalás gid níya ang pagbúhat sinâ. He did that-on the spur of the moment,-under the first impulse or impression,-in thoughtless haste. (see dalî, tabinás).


dasâ-dasâ

Hiligaynon

To act-thoughtlessly,-light-heartedly,-foolishly,-impetuously; to walk noisily over boards, stamp the feet on the floor, etc. (see dalás, dasôdasô, tabinás, hinalî, dásdas, yásyas, pundágpúndag, pusádpúsad).


kanalî

Hiligaynon

To do quickly, thoughtlessly, absentmindedly, unawares. Nakanalî lang akó sa paghámbal sinâ. I uttered that thoughtlessly. (see tabinás, dalî).


sulápuk

Hiligaynon

Whim, fancy, caprice, sudden turn or start, impulsiveness, impetuosity; to do or act impulsively, hastily; to rush. Sulápuk sang kabubút-on. A sudden fancy or impulse of the will. Nagsulápuk (sumulápuk) ang dugô sa íya ólo. The blood rushed to his head. (see hinalî, hinálî, dalás, tabinás).


tabiláng

Hiligaynon

To do or say something thoughtlessly, precipitately, on a sudden impulse; to stumble or fall into (carelessly, absent-mindedly). Andam ka, agúd índì ka dirâ matabiláng. Be on your guard or you-will fall into that hole (trap, snare, etc.) there,-you will put your foot in it. Nakatabiláng siá sa paghámbal sing súbung. He spoke like that without thinking. (see hinálì, hinalî, tambiláng, tabinás).


tambiláng

Hiligaynon

To act impulsively, precipitately, thoughtlessly, on the spur of the moment. (see tabiláng, tabinás, típlang).


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).


típlang

Hiligaynon

To act or say something thoughtlessly, carelessly, impulsively, unexpectedly, casually, precipitately, accidentally, fortuitously, to stumble on (upon), fall into (bad company, a trap, hole, etc.). Andam ka, agúd índì ka makatíplang sa pagbáton sing kwárta nga kulirô. Take care not to accept unawares counterfeit money. Nakatíplang siá sa búhò. Accidentally he fell (stepped) into the hole. Nakatíplang gid lang siá sa amó nga butáng. He somehow (without thinking) became involved in that affair. (see daláng, tabinás, dalás, dalín-as).


hungúd

Hiligaynon

Premeditated, deliberate, wilful; to intend, purpose, mean, do deliberately, on purpose, purposely; intentionally, with free volition, knowingly, freely. Ginhímò níya iní sing hungúd sa buót (sa hungúd nga buót). He did this intentionally, with premeditation, deliberately. Ginhungúd (ginhúngdan) níya inâ. He intended that, did it on purpose. Nakahungúd siá magbutíg. He told a deliberate lie. Húngda sa buót mo ang pagsímba sa mga Domíngo kag Piésta. Make a firm resolution to go to church on Sundays and Feast-days. Dílì inâ hungúd sa buót níya, kóndì nakatabinás lang siá. That was not deliberate on his part, but he acted from a sudden impulse. (see túyò).