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talan-áwon

Hiligaynon

(H) Sight, show, view, spectacle, scene, display, drama, stage-play, anything to be seen or worth while seeing. (see tán-aw).



abír

Hiligaynon

(Sp. a ver) Let us see. Let us have a try. Hóo, abír, kon makabúhat ka sinâ. Yes, let us see, whether you can do that. (see tan-awón, ta, ipakítà, mo, tilawán, ta, etc.).


adí

Hiligaynon

Give me. Hand me. Let me have a look. Adí, tan-awón ko. Bring it here, I'll have a look at it. Adí, ákon inâ. Hand that to me, it is mine. Adí ang lápis sang ákon útod. Give me my brother's pencil. (adí is probably a contraction of "dálha dirí"-"Bring it here").


ánggid

Hiligaynon

Likeness, similarity, resemblance, similitude; like, similar, resembling; to be like or similar to, to compare with. Walâ sing ánggid sa íla nga duhá. There is no resemblance between the two. Anggid silá nga duhá-or-nagaánggid silá nga duhá. The two of them resemble each other-or-are like each other. Ang kápid nagaánggid gid. The twins are very much like each other-or-very much alike. Iánggid (but better "ipaánggid") iníng estampíta sa isá, kay tan-awón ko kon parého silá. Compare this picture with the one there, for I want to see, whether they are alike or resemble each other. Paanggidí ang patádyong ko, kon maghabúl ka sang ímò. Imitate or copy my skirt, when you weave one for yourself. (see agid-ágid).


beláda

Hiligaynon

(Sp. velada) Evening entertainment, drama, play, soirée. (see palagwáon, talan-áwon, hámpang, kalingáwan).


dagángdang

Hiligaynon

Bright red, scarlet, etc. See dagáang id. Nagadagáang gid (nagadagángdang gid) ang íya báyò, bisán kon tan-awón sa malayô. Her dress is conspicuously red, even if seen from a great distance.


gakám

Hiligaynon

The span of the hand; to span, clasp, grasp, encircle with the hand; to cope with, be able to do, be capable of performing. Gakamá ang ákon bútkon, kay tan-awón ko kon makagakám ikáw sinâ. Clasp my arm with your hand, for I wish to see whether you can span it. Igakám akó ánay sang mga hilimosón sa dígamohán. Kindly undertake to look after the things to be prepared in the kitchen. Makagakám balá siá siní? Is he able to cope with this? Gakamón ko gid, kon malúyag ikáw, ang ímong aradohón. I will undertake to do your ploughing, if you like. (see gakáp, gakóm, gamól, gahús, agám, ágap).


hamul-áwon

Hiligaynon

Molave, a hard-wood tree and its highly esteemed timber. (himul-áwon id.).


híbok

Hiligaynon

To move, stir, wriggle, writhe, squirm, budge, flutter, palpitate, quiver, show life by moving. Nagahíbok ang úlud sa dútà. The worm is wriggling on the ground. Pahibóka iníng mán-og, kay tan-awón ta kon napatáy na ukón walâ pa. Stir this snake that we may see whether it is dead or not. (see húlag, íbok, etc.).


himul-áwon

Hiligaynon

Molave. (see hamuláwon).


hínta, híntà

Hiligaynon

Now then! Come on! Let us see. Hínta, ísol ka dídto. Now then, get back there. Hínta, pasúlnga akó. Now then, show it to me, let me see it. Hínta, ipabása mo sa ákon ang sulát. Well, let me read the letter. Hínta, ábi, tan-awón ko kon matúod in-á. Well! Fancy that! I want to see whether that is true. Hínta, dína (diín na) ang tulún-an nga ginsilíng mo? Now then, where is the book you mentioned? (see hánti, hatî).


íkbaw

Hiligaynon

To pop up one's head, raise or lift one's head a little in order to spy or observe slyly, peep. Nagíkbaw siá sa tungâ sang tígbaw. He popped up his head from among the tígbaw-grass. Iíkbaw ang úlo mo kag tan-awón kon sín-o dirâ. Lift up your head a little and see who is there. (see úkbaw).


íkbaw

Hiligaynon

To pop up one's head, raise or lift one's head a little in order to spy or observe slyly, peep. Nagíkbaw siá sa tungâ sang tígbaw. He popped up his head from among the tígbaw-grass. Iíkbaw ang úlo mo kag tan-awón kon sín-o dirâ. Lift up your head a little and see who is there. (see úkbaw).


láb-as

Hiligaynon

Fresh, uncooked, unsalted, raw; to be fresh, etc. (of meat, fish, vegetables, etc.). Láb-as pa iníng ísdà? Is this fish fresh? Nalab-asán akó siníng hípon, kay daw nagapisíkpísik pa kon tan-awón. This hipon-fish looks fresh to me, for it looks as if it were still moving. Indì mo pagkán-on ang kárne nga láb-as (hiláw). Don't eat raw meat. Walâ mo paglagáa sing maáyo iníng unúd, kay daw láb-as pa (hiláw pa). You did not boil this meat well, for it tastes almost raw. (see hiláw).


malus-áwon

Hiligaynon

See malús-aw.


pagwâ

Hiligaynon

To let or order to go off, remove, send away, turn out, cast out; expel, eject, evict, drive out, throw out, put on the stage, produce, show, give a performance. Pagwaá ang idô sa simbáhan. Drive the dog out of the church. Ginpagwá sang párì ang mga bátà nga nagahibî sa sulúd sang simbáhan. The priest sent the children out that were crying in church. Pagwaí akó sing tátlo ka nahót nga tabákò. Put out three cigars for me. Ipagwá ang tinágò mo nga álì nga tabákò. Bring out your hidden best cigars. Buás magapagwâ silá sang bág-o nga talan-áwon nga sinulát ni Fuláno. To-morrow they will stage the new play written by N.N. (pa, gwâ).


pák-it

Hiligaynon

Abrasion, excoriation, laceration, slight injury; to gall, abrade, chafe, fret, rub or scrape the skin off, tear off a small piece. Pak-itá ang papél. Tear off a small piece (bit, scrap) of paper. Pak-ití ang búnga, kay tan-awón ko kon mapulá ukón maputî ang íya sinâ nga unúd. Scrape the fruit a little that I may see whether-its pulp is red or white,-it is red or white inside. Ginpák-it níya ang pánit sang káhoy. He stripped a little bark off the tree. Napák-it (Nagkapák-it) ang pánit sang ákon kamót. The skin of my hand got a little chafed. (see pák-ad).


palanan-áwon

Hiligaynon

(H) Sight, vision, eyesight, faculty of seeing; spectacle, scene, show. (tán-aw).


panan-áwan

Hiligaynon

Sight, eyesight, vision, faculty of seeing; view, scene, sight (i.e. something seen). (see tán-aw, panán-aw, panan-áwon).


panan-áwon

Hiligaynon

Sight, view, look, gaze; scenic show, what can be, or is to be, seen. (see talan-áwon).


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