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tawág

Hiligaynon

To call, name, call upon, call upon by name, summon, cite, term, denominate, designate, style. Táwga (tawagá) siá. Call him. Anó ang pagtawág mo siníng búlak (kon hingádlan mo)? What do you call this flower? What is the name of this flower? (if you would call it by its name)? Tinawág ko siá, ápang índì siá buót magkarí. I have called him, but he will not come. Ipatawág siá. Have him summoned. Let him be called. Ipatawág siá sa ímo sologoón. Let your servant call (summon, cite) him. (see ámpit, ábat).



táwag

Hiligaynon

To proclaim, publish, make public (as the banns of a marriage, etc.). Ginatáwag silá karón. They are being proclaimed now. Tawágon kamó sa tátlo ka domíngo. You will have your banns published on three Sundays. Sán-o matápus ang pagtáwag sa ínyo? When will your banns be published for the last time? (see láwag, bantálà).


ábat

Hiligaynon

To follow, go after (frequently with the meaning implied of summoning or calling back). Abáta siá. Follow him (and tell him to come back). Summon him. Ipaábat ko siá sa kay Hosé. I shall send Joseph after him. Iábat mo ang bátà sa íya ilóy. Take the child after its mother. Paabáti si Andres sa kay Pédro or ipaábat si Andres sa kay Pédro. Order Peter to go after or call Andrew. Nagpaábat siá sa ákon sing kabáyo. He sent a horse after me. (see ápas, sunúd, tawág).


ámpit

Hiligaynon

To call to, call by name, draw one's attention by pronouncing his name in a loud voice. Ampitá siá. Call him. (see tawág, sínggit).


láwag

Hiligaynon

To announce, publish, make known or public. Lawága ang mga ngálan sang mga nakadalaúg sa paindísíndis. Announce the names of the victors in the competition. Ginlawágan níya kamí sang mga umalamót sa bulúlngan. He made known to us the contributors towards the hospital. Iláwag mo akó siníng pagbulút-an sa nakawáan sang bánwa. Please publish this law or ordinance in the town-square. (see abíso, pabalítà, paháyag, táwag).


panáwag

Hiligaynon

Freq. of táwag-to proclaim, call out the names; roll-call, the giving (reading) out of a list of names.


panawág

Hiligaynon

Freq. of tawág-to call, request or order to appear, to call upon in prayer.


tágwa

Hiligaynon

(B) For táwga from tawág. Tágwa tána. (Táwga siá). Call him.


taláwgon

Hiligaynon

That is to be-called upon,-summoned; citable. (see tawág).


antíng-ánting

Hiligaynon

Amulet, charm, any object worn in the belief that it possesses mysterious powers. Indì ka magpáti kag índì ka magdalá sa láwas mo sináng ginatawág nga antíng-ánting. Don't believe in, and don't wear on your body, those things called amulets. (see pinangálap).


bahál

Hiligaynon

Stale, flat, sour, of yesterday, applied to palm-wine or toddy; stale, of yesterday, old, applied to meat and other food-stuffs; to get stale, etc. Ang tubâ nga nakúhà sa hápon kag naagahán ginatawág nga bahál. Tuba gathered in the afternoon and left over till next morning is called "bahál". Dílì mo pagpabahalón ang tubâ. Don't let the palm-wine go stale or sour. Kárne nga bahál. Yesterday's meat.


banáta

Hiligaynon

A panel, the portion of a partition contained between two uprights. Ang díngding nga sa ginútlan sang duhá ka bakalán ginatawág nga banáta. The partition between two upright posts is called "banáta".


binatasán

Hiligaynon

To accustom oneself to, acquire the habit of, become familiar with. Gintudloán níya siá sa pagbinatasán sa pagtawág sa íya nga ilóy. She taught him (to accustom himself) to call her mother. (see batásan).


bitás

Hiligaynon

Mutilated, injured by having something rent or broken off; fissure, rent, mutilation. Ang karabáw nga may bitás ginatawág nga bitás nga karabáw. A buffalo with a torn nose is called a split-nosed buffalo. (see utúd).


bóklon

Hiligaynon

Knobby, knotty, bumpy, having one or more hard-bumps,-protuberances,-swellings. Ang may bokól ginatawág nga bóklon. That which has a knob is called knobby. (see bokól).


bóktot

Hiligaynon

A hunchback, humpback, crookback. Ang táo nga may dakû nga bokól sa likód ginatawág nga bóktot. A man with a hump on his back is called a hunchback. (see búgtot).


bordón

Hiligaynon

(Sp. bordón) A large bass-string in musical instruments; the chief vein on the right and left extremities of the human body; the burden or refrain of a song. Ang ugát sa kílid ginatawág nga bordón. The vein at the side is called bordón. Bordón de las cuérdas. A game often indulged in at a wake. (Síngsing papanáwa, palibútlibúta sa hárì kag réina, etc. Pass the ring, send it round to the King and Queen, etc.).


gíkam

Hiligaynon

Rice sticking to the bottom of a cooking pot. Ang kán-on nga nagadukút sa kólon ginatawág nga gíkam. The rice that sticks to a kettle is called "gíkam". (see ríka, ríkam).


gíkas

Hiligaynon

To cut lengthwise, diminish the width or breadth of, to narrow, separate a part from. Ang pagbúhin sang kalaparón sang hénero, papél, tápì, etc. ginatawág nga paggíkas. To lessen the width of cloth, paper, planks, etc. is called "paggíkas". Gikási ang papél sing duhá ka pulgáda. Cut two inches off the width of the paper. Ginikásan ko iníng papél, kay támà kalápad sa ákon makinílya. I cut this paper for it was too wide for my typewriter. Sa mahábul nga sinsél índì ka makagíkas sing maáyo sang sin. With a blunt cold chisel you cannot cut the galvanized iron well. Gikása iníng báhin sang papél. Tear off this part of the paper.


himúgo

Hiligaynon

Ground roast corn. Ang maís nga sinánlag kon mabókbok ginatawág nga himúgo. Corn that has been roasted and then ground is called "himúgo".


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