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wayáng

Hiligaynon

An open plain, extensive grounds, level fields in a broad valley, or the like.



datág

Hiligaynon

A wide valley, a plain, extensive grounds. (see latagón, wayáng, patág).


kawayangán

Hiligaynon

A large plain, extensive grounds, extended level land fit for cultivation. (wayáng).


Wide, broad, large, extensive, spacious, vast, ample. (see wayáng, mahanáhay, malápad).


palupád

Hiligaynon

To let or make fly, to fly (transitive). Palupará (-adá) ang buladór. Fly the kite. Indì kamó magpalupád sang buladór dirí; kon malúyag kamó paluparí lang nínyo ang wayáng. Don't fly your kite here; if you want to fly it, do so in the open field. (see lupád).


pánggas

Hiligaynon

To plant, sow, especially to plant seeds by hand in holes made by a stick, etc. Ipánggas ang maís. Plant the corn. Panggasí sing maís ang talámnan nga naányan na. Plant corn in the field from which the rice has been harvested. Ang mga ginikánan dápat magpánggas sang bínhì sang maáyo nga pamatásan sa lanúbò nga tagiposóon sang íla mga bátà. Parents should sow the seed of good conduct (manners) in the young hearts of their children. Walâ kamí sing humáy nga pinánggas, kóndì tinánum lang. We have no rice grown directly from the seeds, but only rice from transplanted seedlings. Ang pamánggas ángay sa mga bánglid, ápang ang panánum sa saláma nga wayáng. Seed-planting is suitable on slopes, but seedling-planting on level plains.


sawáyang

Hiligaynon

A kind of portable fish-trap worked by from three to five men. (see suáyang).


suwáyang

Hiligaynon

See suáyang, sawáyang-a portable fish-trap.


suáyang

Hiligaynon

A kind of fish-trap or fishing net attached to a pole; to catch fish by means of such a net. Ginasuáyang níla ang mga ísdà sa subâ. They are catching fish in the river with the suáyang-net. (see suwáyang id.).


támbon

Hiligaynon

A kind of fish-trap. (see taón, páta, báw-an, suwáyang, etc.).