Meaning of halín

halín

Hiligaynon

To leave, depart, go away, take oneself off. Halín kamó. Go away. Clear out. Pahalinón mo siá. Dismiss him. Discharge him or send him away. Amó inâ gánì ang ginhalinán sang íla nga kasábà. That was the origin of their law-suit. Diín ka maghalín? Where do you come from? Ang mga namók amó ang ginahalinán sang madámù nga balatían. Many diseases are due to mosquitoes. Kaína gid lang siá makahalín. He departed only a short while ago. (see íway, lúmbus, lakát).



hálin

Hiligaynon

To change the place of, remove or move to another place, shift. Halína ang ímo baláy sa umá. Remove your house to the farm. Ginhálin níya ang lamésa. He shifted the table. Pagahalínon ko ang ákon karabáw. I am going to take my buffalo to another place. Ihálin akó sang ákon báka sa umá. Kindly put my cow in another part of the field.


hálin

Hiligaynon

Cultivated land reclaimed from a river-bed or from a hill-side by levelling, especially in the neighbourhood of a rill or brooklet. Ginpatámnan níya sing kakáw ang hálin. He planted cacao-trees on the land that was formerly a river-bed. (see doróg, bálud-land near a river).