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tungá

Hiligaynon

(B) To rise from a meal, leave the table, finish a repast, finish taking a bath or partaking of food, etc. Bág-o pa lang (lámang) kamí makatungá (makaúndang). We have only just risen from the table. (see úndang).



tungâ

Hiligaynon

Half, moiety; middle, midst, centre; to halve, bisect, cut or divide into two equal parts. Tungâ sa táknà. Half an hour. Sa tungâ sang--. In the midst (middle, centre) of--. Halfway (Midway) between--. Sa tungâ sang madámù níya nga buluhatón--. In the midst of his many duties or tasks to be performed--. Túng-a (Tungaá) iní. Divide this into two equal parts. Halve it. (see pihák, píhak).


abóy

Hiligaynon

Bent, curved, warped; to bend, to curve, to warp, kink. Ang mga manuglagarì nagalagárì sang káhoy sonô sang íya abóy. The sawyers are sawing the tree according to its curve. Nagaabóy ang kalát, ang mga soléras, ang bánkò, etc. The rope is kinked, the floor beams are warped, the bench is sagging in the middle, etc. Butangí ang bánkò sing duhá pa ka tiíl sa tungâ, agúd nga indì magabóy. Add two legs to the middle of the bench, so that it may not sag or bend. (see táboy, lúy-on).


adórno

Hiligaynon

(Sp. adorno) Adornment, ornamentation, decoration, embellishment; to ornament, adorn, embellish, decorate. Butangí sing mga adórno ang simbáhan or adornohí ang simbáhan. Decorate the church. Iníng púngpung nga búlak iadórno ko sa tulungtúngan sa tungâ sang balatonán. With this bunch of flowers I'll adorn the table in the middle of the reception-room. (see puní).


agwantádo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. aguantádo) Robust, strong with great powers of resistance to fatigue, pain and stress; one who can stand or bear much, one suffering patiently or with fortitude. Agwantádo siá sa tungâ sang tanán nga pagpangabúdlay kag kalisdánan. He bears up bravely in the midst of all fatigues and difficulties. Dúro siá kaagwantádo. He can stand very much. He is able to bear-, support-, a good deal.


áni

Hiligaynon

The rice-harvest; to harvest rice by means of a small rice-cutter called a "kayóg". Magaáni kamí sa buás. We will harvest rice tomorrow. Ania or ánya ang humáy mo, kay gúlang na. Harvest your rice, for it is ripe. Iníng talámnan sang maís ginánian or ginányan ko sang duhá ka búlan. I got a crop of rice from this corn-field two months ago. Mangáni or manganíhan pa kamí. We are going to work at harvesting rice. Indì mo pagpaaníhon ang mga táo sa ádlaw nga Domíngo kon waláy kabangdánan nga dakû. Don't order-, permit-, the people to harvest rice on Sunday without grave reason. Ginpaáni ko sa íla ang tungâ sang ákon humáy kag ang tungâ ginpagálab ko sa íla. I let them harvest one half of my rice with the rice-cutter (kayóg), and one half I ordered them to cut with the sickle. Indì na nákon pag-ipaáni sa táo ang ákon talámnan, kóndì ipagálab ko lang, kay pagahimúslan ko man ang dagámi. I will no longer permit the harvesters to cut the rice on my field with the kayóg, but I will order them to cut it with the sickle, for then I shall get some profit out of the straw as well. (see alányon, alaníhon-rice to be harvested).


atáy-átay

Hiligaynon

The best or central part of a thing; core, marrow; palm of the hand, sole of the foot, (see tungâ, alibútud, ótok, pálad, dapá-dapá^).


búlhang

Hiligaynon

To push through, to force one's way through, pass unceremoniously through or in front of others. Sang nagasugilánon kamí nagbúlhang siá sa tungâ námon. As we were talking he rudely passed between us. Ginbúlhang níya ang mga bisíta. He unceremoniously pushed through the visitors. Binúlhang sang bahâ ang púnò sang táytay. The current forced its way through the bridge-head. Dílì mo pagbulhangán ang prosesyón. Don't cut through-, walk or pass across-, the procession. (see luháng).


dúyò

Hiligaynon

To sit or stand still, be motionless, stop, remain standing, cease to proceed, halt, station oneself, take one's stand. Indì ka magdúyò sa tungâ sang dálan. Don't remain standing in the middle of the road. Indì mo pagduyóan ang ganháan sang bodéga. Don't stand in the shop-door. Magdúyò ka dirí. Stand here. (see táy-od).


gintúng-an

Hiligaynon

Centre, midst, middle, mid-point. (see tungâ).


háwà

Hiligaynon

To make room or way, open a passage, clear the course, give way, leave an open space, let pass. Háwà kamó, kay magaági ang trak. Make room, for the truck will pass. Hawáan nínyo ang alágyan sa tungâ sang simbáhan. Leave the passage free in the middle of the Church. Hawái akó sang mga táo, kay magalubás akó. Get the people out of the way, for I am going to pass.


hinálì

Hiligaynon

Sudden, unexpected, instant, abrupt, hasty, all at once, thoughtless, unpremeditated, on the spur of the moment, without reflection, temerarious; to do something under a sudden impulse, act thoughtlessly, rashly. Sa hinálì gid lámang natúmba siá kag napatáy. All at once he dropped down dead. Indì ka maghinálì maghámbal. Don't talk under the impulse of the moment (without reflection). Patawára akó, kay nakahinálì akó maghámbal sang díli nagakaígò. Pardon me, for under the impulse of the moment I have spoken improperly. Sa hinálì ákon siá nakítà sa tungâ sang mga táo. Suddenly I saw him in the midst of the people. (see dalî).


hingúndang

Hiligaynon

(H) The end of a meal, termination of a bath, or the like; dessert, fruits, sweetmeats, etc. served after a meal; to finish a meal, be about to rise from a table, be about to leave the bath-room, or the like. (see úndang, tungá, hinungá).


hinungá

Hiligaynon

(B) To finish a meal, end a repast; dessert, fruits or sweetmeats served after a meal. Anó ang buút mo ihinungá? Ságing o kalámayhátì? What would you like for dessert? Bananas or "kalamayhátì? (see tungá, úndang, hingúndang).


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).


kábi

Hiligaynon

(Sp. caber) To win and take the stake, be entitled to get, grasp. Kabíha lang ang tanán. Just take all. Ginkábi níya ang isá ka tungâ sang patád. He won and took half the stake. Kabíhi siá sing duhá ka dakû sang patád. Two centavos from the stake go to him. Ikábi akó ánay sing tátlo ka sentimós. Hand over to me three centavos from the stake. (see kúhà, buúl, káka, bútong).


kapíhak

Hiligaynon

Half, one half, moiety. Kapíhak siá sang ákon tagiposóon. He is (forms) one half of my heart; i.e. I am very much attached to him. I love him very much. (see píhak, pihák, tungâ).


katung-ánan

Hiligaynon

The midst, middle, centre, middle part, central portion; the heart (of trees, etc.). Ang katung-ánan sang káhoy. The middle part (the heart) of the tree. (see tungâ, alibútud).


katungâ

Hiligaynon

Half, moiety. Isá ka katungâ. One half. (see tungâ).


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