Search result(s) - waní

waní

Hiligaynon

(B) To change from one vessel into another, to transfuse, transfer, translate. Wányon (Huarón, ihuád) mo ang bíno nga dián (yárà) sa damahuána sa mga botílya. Bottle the wine that is in the demijohn. Iwaní (Ihuád) akó anáy kadyáng (siníng) lánggaw sa prásko. Please pour this vinegar into the flask. Sulát nga winaní sa ininglés. A letter that has been translated into English. (see huád, sáylo).



bátbat

Hiligaynon

To explain, show, expose, interpret, translate. (see památbat, pátpat, sáyod, waní, huád, sáysay).


típia

Hiligaynon

To transfer, transfuse, exchange, change the contents of, pour the contents of one vessel (receptacle) into another. Tipiahán mo ang sulúd sang ákon báso sing bíno. Put (Pour) wine into my glass (instead of its present contents). Change what I have in (what is in) my glass for wine. (see báylo, ílis, waní).


traduksyón

Hiligaynon

(Sp. traducción) Translation, version, interpretation. (see huád, sáylo, waní, (hinuád, sináylo, winaní)).


wányan

Hiligaynon

etc. From waní-to transfuse, etc.


See suâ, suák, suál, suál-suál, suáni, suéldo, suérte, suítik.


dawatán

Hiligaynon

A receptacle, especially the bamboo receptacle used in the collection of toddy from the coconut palms. Ang sulúd sang salúd ginawaní sang mananggéte sa íya nga dawatán. The palm-wine collector empties the contents of the vessel attached to the fruit-stalk of the coconut palm into his collecting-receptacle. (see kawít, pasók).


háwan

Hiligaynon

To clear, clean (of obstructions). Hawáni ang idálum sang baláy, kay madámù ang mga rámò. Clean up underneath the house, for there is much rubbish there. Nahawánan na ang pátyo sang hilamón. The cemetery is now free of grass, (i.e. the grass has been cut down or pulled out by the roots). Iháwan iníng binángon sa plása. Use this bolo to clean the public square with.


hawán-háwan

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of háwan. Hawánhawáni iníng dútà sang mga gámhon. Clean this place a little of its weeds.


himatayón

Hiligaynon

The waning moon, the last quarter of the moon. (see patáy).


liwán

Hiligaynon

Again, repeatedly, a second time; to do again, repeat, to retract. Liwanón ko ang ákon sulát. I will rewrite what I have written. Ginliwán níya ang íya batásan. He changed his habits. Indì ka magliwán mangáwat (sa pagpangáwat). Do not steal again. Liwaní siá sing isá ka kúpa nga bíno. Give him another glass of wine. Ginliwán níya ang íya hámbal. He repeated his statement. He changed his statement. He retracted his statement. (see liwát).


pahimatayón

Hiligaynon

The waning moon, the last quarter of the moon; the end of the last quarter of the moon, the last phase of the moon. (see patáy, latî-new moon; himatayón).


paugsarón

Hiligaynon

Crescent moon, waxing moon. (see aláag, úgsad-full moon; himatayón-waning moon; latî-new moon, first quarter of the moon.


suáni

Hiligaynon

A sieve, colander, strainer, large ladle with many perforations employed in removing scum from the boiling juice of sugarcane, or the like. (swáni id.).