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tingá

Hiligaynon

Food clinging to (wedged in between) the teeth; a trifle, very little. (see palanghiningá).



tingâ

Hiligaynon

The last gasp, death agony, death-rattle; to breathe one's last, be in the last (death) agony, be gasping one's last, be at the last gasp, to agonize, heave one's last sigh. Nagatingâ na siá. He is now breathing his last. He is in the throes (pangs) of death. (see tagumatáyon).


hágrak

Hiligaynon

The death-rattle; to breathe heavily in agony. Malapít na ang hágrak níya. His death-rattle is approaching. Madalî na lang mautás ang íya ginháwa, kay nagahágrak na siá. He will soon breathe his last, for the death-rattle has begun. (see tingâ).


hingikî

Hiligaynon

To clean the teeth of tartar; to use a tooth-pick. (see kíkì, palanghingikî, tingá, palanghiningá).


huyangô

Hiligaynon

The death-rattle,-agony, to be in the last agony. (see tingâ, yangô).


maningáon

Hiligaynon

Agonizing, in one's last agony, on one's death bed. (see tingâ).


palanghiningá

Hiligaynon

(H) Tooth-pick. (see palíto, tingá).


paningâ

Hiligaynon

Freq. of tingâ-death-rattle, etc.


tíkwal

Hiligaynon

To move to and fro, pass over quickly, lick, suck at (as when passing the tongue over the teeth in order to loosen adhering or imbedded particles of food). Tikwalí ang tingá sang dílà mo, agúd maggwâ sa ngípon. Suck at the particles of food, that they may come away from the teeth. (tíkal id.).


tirî

Hiligaynon

To become senseless, unconscious, insensible, torpid, stiff and lifeless (through a sudden blow, shock, etc.). Nagtirî gid lang siá, kay linampusán ni Fuláno. He fell down stiff and lifeless on being hit by N.N. Karón patirión ta ikáw, kon índì ka maghípus. I'll knock the life out of you, unless you keep quiet. (see pálak, oróyóroy, tingâ, uráhab).


uráhab

Hiligaynon

Rattle, death-rattle; to have the rattles, to wheeze; to breathe one's last, be at the last gasp. (see tingâ).


uráhab

Hiligaynon

Rattle, death-rattle; to have the rattles, to wheeze; to breathe one's last, be at the last gasp. (see tingâ).


yangô

Hiligaynon

(B) Death-rattle; to be in the last agony, be at the last gasp, to breathe one's last. (see huyangô, tingâ).


atingayón

Hiligaynon

(B) The little finger. (see kumalíngking, tingáy-tíngay, tingayón).


batíng-batingán

Hiligaynon

That part of the leg just above the ankle, the small of the leg. (báting).


katingála

Hiligaynon

Wonder, astonishment, marvel, amazement, wonderment, admiration, surprise; to wonder, etc. Nagakatingála akó. I am astonished. Punô siá sa katingála. He is full of wonder. (see tingála).


katingaláhan

Hiligaynon

Wonder, marvel, miracle, prodigy, phenomenon, things that are astonishing. See katingála. (see katanhagáan).


makatitingála

Hiligaynon

See the foregoing makatilingála.


Freq. of tíngad, tingád-tingád-to overhear, listen in, be an eavesdropper. (see pangógo).


patínga

Hiligaynon

Deposit, earnest, handsel, earnest-money, earnest-penny; to advance money on a contract, pay something beforehand, give a deposit or handsel (hansel). Patingáhi ang pánday. Pay the carpenter some money in advance. Pilá ang patínga nga ginapangáyò mo sa talámnan nga ímo ibalígyà? What deposit do you want in advance for the field you are going to sell? Ipatínga sa íya dútà iníng katloán ka mángmang. Pay him in advance these thirty pesos for his land. Pinatingáhan ko ang manugtábas sing tátlo ka mángmang. I advanced the tailor three pesos. Batóna iníng patínga sa pagpalíg-on sang áton ginkasugtánan. Accept this earnest-money as a token (Accept this money as earnest) that our agreement is binding.


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