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warâ

Hiligaynon

(B) No, not, none; there is not, etc. See walâ.



angód

Hiligaynon

(B) Yet, still, at this or that time, thus far, hitherto. Warâ angód tána magabút. (Walâ pa siá magabút). He has not come yet. (see pa, gihápon).


arasán

Hiligaynon

(B) Order, system, propriety, proper arrangement. Warâ ti arasán ang (Walâ sing kahusayán (kasamputánan) ang íla) prosesyón, panokár, pamágting, etc. nánda. There is (was) no order in their procession, music, ringing of bells, etc.


hurâ

Hiligaynon

(B) No, none. See warâ, walâ. Hurâ angód tána magabút. He has not come yet. (see Walâ, pa, siá, magabút).


huraráy

Hiligaynon

(B) End, termination; rest, interruption, pause, stop. Warâ tána ti huraráy sa sulúd kang baláy. There is no end of work for her to do in the house. (see (H) Walâ gid siá sing pahúway sa sulúd sang baláy). (see langán, puút, hinayón).


l

Hiligaynon

This letter is pronounced as in English. Variously combined with vowels it is frequently made use of in the Visayan Dialect to form adjectives, nouns and plural verbal forms, e.g. bumulúthò, pumalaháyag, kalalát-an, sululátan, isulúlat, nagilinúm silá, nagilísol silá, nagdaláyaw silá, nagailinútud silá, etc. (Búthò, paháyag, láut, sulát, inúm, ísol, dáyaw, útud, etc.).

Many terms that in Hiligáynon contain the letter "l" have the letter "r" instead in Hiniráya, or Binukídnon, e.g. walâ-warâ, ílog-írog, dalága-darága, malayô-marayô, lángsì-rángsì, etc.


lihók, líhok

Hiligaynon

To move, budge, stir, bestir oneself. Ilihók na ang láwas mo sa pagtapás sing káhoy. Bestir yourself now and cut down some trees. Walâ gánì siá magalihók. He does not even move. He is very quiet. Lihók ka na. Get a move on now. Bestir yourself. Andot warâ kaw angód pagkalihók nga adláwon ron? (B) Why don't you get a move on now, as it is broad daylight already? (see litók, húlag, húblag, híwos, gíos, íos).


málhas

Hiligaynon

(B) Advantage, benefit, profit; good, well; maybe, perhaps. Warâ ti málhas kon ikáw ang silótan tungúd kang salâ ni Fuláno. It's bad enough, if you should be punished for the fault of N.N. (Literally: There is no advantage in it, if-). Warâ ti málhas kon índì tána magabút. Perhaps he is not coming. It would be too bad, if he were not coming. Indì ikáw magpanúgid nga nagasugál kamí adláwdlaw; bokón ti (warâ ti) málhas kon idakúp (dákpon) támon kang polís. Don't tell (anybody) that we are gambling every day; it would be hard lines for us, if we were caught by the police. (see águd, agúdagúd, pulús, áyhan, torán, básì, dámlag).


marámad

Hiligaynon

(B) To be wide awake, be fully aware of, to grasp, comprehend, understand, take in. Warâ akó kamarámad kang ginkoón na. (Walâ akó makahangúp (makamarásmas) sang ginsilíng níya). I don't (did not, didn't) understand what he says (said). Karámad kaw kará? (Makasáyod, makahibaló ka sinâ?). Can you understand it? Do you know that? (see malámad, marásmas, hibalú, sáyod, balintúnod, áto, hántup, hangúp).


r

Hiligaynon

The letter "r" in Visayan is pronounced as in English. Many words that have "l" in Hiligáynon have "r" in Hinaráya and others that haye "r" in Hiligáynon have "d" in Hinaráya, e.g. walâ, warâ; laláng, raráng; dulupláan, durupráan; bag-óran, bag-ódan; kalaparón, kalapadón, etc.


sag-ulî

Hiligaynon

(sag-úlì, sagúlì), To run-, flow-, come-, back. Nagsag-ulî ang túbig sa áwang. The water flowed back into the well. Napatáy gid siá, kay walâ na makasag-ulî ang íya ginháwa. (Napatáy gid tána, hay warâ ron makasag-ulî ang ginháwa na). He died indeed, for his breath returned no more.


sagámsam

Hiligaynon

(B) To taste, savour, perceive or notice the taste of, try the flavour of. Kon ginahilántan kaw, índì kaw makasagámsam kang rarím kadiáng mángga. (Kon ginahilántan ikáw índì ikáw makatiláw sang lalím siníng páhò). If you are suffering from a cold you cannot appreciate the taste of this mango. Warâ ko masagamsamí ang sabór na kará. (Walâ ko matilawí ang íya sinâ nga sabór). I did not notice the taste. I never tasted that. (see tiláw, tám-id, dimól, dímdim).


ságap

Hiligaynon

(B) To look for, try to find, seek, go in search of, search for. Sagápa ang báboy nga nadúrà (nadúlà). Look for the lost pig. Anó ang ginaságap mo? What are you looking for? Sagápi akó ti ságing (sing ságing). Find some bananas for me. Nagaságap akó kang kálò ko, pay warâ ko makítà ásta tulád kadiá (kadyá). (Nagapangítà akó sang ákon kálò, ápang túbtub karón walâ ko makítà). I am looking for my hat, but can't find it. (see sághap, lághap, pangítà).


sálà

Hiligaynon

(B) To leave behind, leave. Isálà (Ibílin) ang tsa sa lamésa. Leave the tea on the table. Gindará ko ang bátà ko, hay warâ akó ti saláan sa baláy. (Gindalá ko ang ákon bátà, kay walâ akó sing bilínan sa baláy). I brought my child along, because I have nobody left at home (to take care of it). (see bílin).


salígwatóng

Hiligaynon

(B) To twist or turn aside, deflect the aim, hinder a straight hit. Warâ mamúng-i ang mán-og, hay nagsaligwatóng sa kawáyan ang bastón ko. (Walâ matám-i (maígò) ang mán-og, kay nagalángálang (nakasángit) sa kawáyan ang ákon bastón). I did not hit the snake fair, because my stick was deflected by the bamboo. (see salipád, saligotóng).


sóod

Hiligaynon

(B) To be nearly related, closely akin or related (connected); to be close by, near by. Nagasóod balá ang ínyo paghimatâ? Are you, perhaps, nearly related? Dílì gid sóod (Bokón ti sóod, warâ pagsóod) ang ámon pagparientíhay. Our relationship is not near. Sóod gid ang ánda (íla) paghimatâ. They are near relations. They are quite closely related. Nagasóod gid ang ánda (íla) pagkaábyan. They are intimate friends. (see sumúod).


sorondayón

Hiligaynon

(B) Cover, shelter, privacy, screen, freedom from noise, observation, etc. Ang baláy ni Fuláno warâ gid ti sorondayón (walâ gid (sing) húsà) sa (ámon) baláy námon. N.N's house is quite open to observation from ours. Ang paggináhud kang (sang) mga bátà nga nagasipál (nagahámpang) sa gwâ warâ gid ti sorondayón (walâ gid sing húsà) sa sulúd sang simbáhan. The noise of the children playing outside can be clearly heard in church. (see solondayón, húsà).


tarús

Hiligaynon

(B) To accomplish, execute, perform; to proceed on an intended trip or journey, to actually undertake (an intended trip, etc.). Nakatarús akó kahápon magágto (sa pagágto) sa Ilóngílong. (Nakadayón akó kahápon magkádto (sa pagkádto) sa Ilóngílong). I carried out my intention of going to Iloilo yesterday. Mapánaw akó ráad kahápon sa minurô nga X., pay warâ akó makatarús, hay nagurán. (Malakát akó kúntà kahápon sa báryo nga X., ápang walâ akó makadayón, kay nagulán). I should have liked to go to the village X. yesterday, but did not go, because it rained. (see dayón, kadayón).


ti

Hiligaynon

(B) Has the same meaning as the indefinite "sing". Warâ ti-walâ sing.


túbas

Hiligaynon

To separate from the ears, cause to fall out, spoil (said of cereals). Natúbas (Nagkatúbas) ang humáy sa uháy, kay nalapákan sang kabáyo. The rice was spoilt, because it was trampled by horses. Ang bágyo nagtúbas (nagpatúbas) sang humáy. The hurricane spoilt the rice-crop (by shaking (separating) the ripe grain from the ear). Natúbas ang humáy siníng talámnan, kay walâ pagánya sang tagíya. (Natúbas ang páray sa tarámnan nga diá, hay warâ nagánya kang tagíya). The rice was spoiled (spoilt) in this field, because the owner did not harvest it in time.


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