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tinágò

Hiligaynon

Hidden, secret, clandestine, concealed, furtive, stealthy, secreted. Sa tinágò (tágò) nga pahítò-secretly, stealthily, unnoticed, on the sly. Ginabuyágyag na ang íya mga tinágò. His secret doings are now being aired in public. (see tágò).



tinagô

Hiligaynon

Hidden, out of sight; to cover, conceal, keep out of sight, hide from observation, prevent the discovery of. Walâ gid siá makasáyod sang mga likúm nga gintinagô sang íya nga umágad. He knew absolutely nothing of the secret doings of his son-in-law, who cleverly prevented the discovery of his misdeeds. (see tinágò).


ád-ad

Hiligaynon

To gossip, divulge or let out secrets, give full rein to the tongue. Indì mo pagad-adón ang mga tinágò sang ímo isigkatáo. Don't let out your neighbour's secrets.


alád-ad

Hiligaynon

To chat and laugh immoderately, to tell stories, or let out secrets, with much laughing and joking. Anó na man ang ginalád-ad mo dídto? What pleasant stories did you tell there? Nagainalád-ad silá sang mga tinágò ni Fuláno. They have unbridled tongues when they talk about the secrets of N.N. Indì ka magalád-ad sináng mga butáng. Don't give your tongue full rein in talking of those things, (see ád-ad, of which alád-ad is not merely the plural form).


búgnà

Hiligaynon

Revelation, inspiration; to reveal, inspire. Ang búgnà (ni) kay San Huán. The revelations of St. John. The Apocalypse. Ginbugnaán sang Diós si San Huán Ebanhelísta sing madámù nga mga butáng nga tinágò. God revealed to St. John the Evangelist many hidden things. Ginbúgnà sang Diós sa mga Sántos ang madámù nga mga palaabúton. God revealed to the Saints many future happenings. Nabugnaán ang mga manunúlat sang Bíblia. The writers of the Bible were inspired.


bútiag

Hiligaynon

To tell others, make public, let out-, betray-, secrets, divulge. Indì mo pagibútiag ang mga sekréto. Do not divulge secrets. Ibútiag sa íla ang íya nga ginhámbal. Tell them what he said. Ginbútiag níya ang íla kasugtánan nga tinágò. He announced their secret agreement. (see bantálà, pahibaló, paháyag, pabántud, pabalahúbà).


dílà

Hiligaynon

The tongue; to lick with the tongue. Mapísan ang íla mga dílà. Their tongues are very busy. They are great gossips. Ang íya dílà waláy túl-an. His tongue is unbridled. Literally: His tongue is boneless. Ang mga babáye nga matalíwis sing dílà maábtik magbuyágyag sang mga tinágò sang íla isigkatáo. Sharp-tongued women are quick to let out the secrets of their neighbours. Indì ka magdílà sang ímo kamót, kay maláw-ay. Don't lick your hand, for it is not a nice thing to do. Gindiláan sang idô ang pínggan. The dog licked the plate. Ngangahá kag ipadiwál ang dílà mo. Open your mouth and put out your tongue. (see dílap).


hinagô, hinágò

Hiligaynon

To hide, conceal, keep secret, cover with silence. (see tágò, tinagô, likúm, lílong, hinabón).


kátkat

Hiligaynon

To find out about other people's affairs, to fish-, worm-, ferret-, out secrets and reveal them, to disclose, lay open, divulge. Katkatá ang sekréto ni Fuláno. Try to fish out N.N.'s secret. Kinátkat níya siá. He wormed out his secret. Sagád gid siá magkátkat sang mga tinágò sang ibán. He is an adept at worming out the secrets of others (and revealing or telling them to others).


pabágtì

Hiligaynon

To publish, make public, make known, tell everybody. Ginpabágtì níya ang tinágò níla nga kasugtánan. He made known their secret agreement. Indì mo pagipabágtì ang nahanabû dirí. Don't tell everybody of what has happened here. (see bágtì, pabantálà, pabútyag, pabalahúbà, buyágyag).


pabútyag

Hiligaynon

To disclose, make public, publish, divulge, reveal, tell, let out, let into, break (a secret), betray. Indì mo pagipabútyag iníng kasugtánan náton. Carefully guard the secret of this agreement of ours. Don't make public this our agreement. Ginpabútyag níya ang salâ nga tinágò ni Fuláno. He made known (revealed, divulged) N.N.'s secret fault. Magpabútyag ka siní sa bánwa. Make this known in the town. Napabutyagán na silá sang amó nga hitabû. The news of that event has already reached them (has been spread amongst them). (see pa, bútyag, pabágtì, pabantálà, pahibaló, pasáyod, pabalahúbà).


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).


sekréto

Hiligaynon

(Sp. secreto) Secret; to do or speak secretly. Isekréto mo lang sa íya inâ-or-sekretóhi siá sinâ. Tell him that in secret. (see tágò, tinágò).


tábon

Hiligaynon

To cover, envelop, clothe, cloak, overspread the surface of one thing with another, make use of any kind of covering in order to shelter, protect or conceal (hide). Tabóni sing dáhon ang tabungós. Cover the tabungós-basket with leaves. Tinabónan níla sing dútà ang mga bató. They covered (overspread) the stones with earth. Itábon iníng hábul sa masakít nga bátà. Cover the sick child with this blanket. Tabóni ang dápat nga tabónan. Conceal what should be concealed. Hide what should not be seen. Amó ang gintábon níla sa íla sakayán. With that (In that way) they hid (concealed, camouflaged) their boat. Indì na matabónan ang íla ginamús. Their pickled fish (Their bad or secret doings) cannot be hid any longer. (see táplak, tágò, tinagô, hinabón).


tágò

Hiligaynon

Hiding, concealment, privacy, secrecy, clandestineness, stealth; a secret, what is kept secret, etc.; to hide, conceal, secrete, stow away, put away, put by, keep out of sight, abscond. Sa tágò. Clandestinely, surreptitiously, secretly, in secret. Ginhímo níya inâ sa tágò. He did that in secret. Tagóa inâ. Hide it. Conceal it. Put it by. Keep it out of sight. Tinágò níya ang ákon kálò. He hid my hat. Tagói siá sing limá ka páhò. Put aside for him five mangoes. Ipatágò sa íya inâ. Patagóa siá sinâ. Let him put it-away,-in a safe, in a safe place. Order him to hide it, to guard it well, or the like. Nanágò (from the Freq. panágò) siá. He hid (concealed) himself. He was in hiding. (see tinágò, tinagô, tábon, hinabón, palanagoán, likúm, lílong).


tinagótlo

Hiligaynon

Three each, of or containing three each, by threes, three and three. (see tagótlo, tagtátlo).


marírong

Hiligaynon

(B) Hidden, secret, difficult to find, out of the way, concealed, not open to view or inspection. Marírong nga lugár ang tinagóan níya sang ákon líbro. He has hidden my book in a secret place or hidden nook. (see maríit).