Meaning of ínas

ínas

Hiligaynon

To go or pass over frequently, repeatedly, as over a path, a book, a lesson, etc.; to harden by being gone over, as a road, etc. Naínas na ang dálan. The road is now trodden hard. Ginínas ko yanáng líbro. I had often gone through that book-or-I perused it many times-or-I studied it well. Inása iníng alágyan. Make this footpath hard by going frequently over it. Pagainásan ka gid sing bánas sa ímo nga talámnan, kon índì ka magpatíndog sing maáyo nga kodál. You will certainly have a footpath trodden through your field, unless you erect a strong fence. (see hánas).



inás

Hiligaynon

Hard, trodden hard. Inás nga alágyan. A well trodden footpath.


ínas

Hiligaynon

To go or pass over frequently, repeatedly, as over a path, a book, a lesson, etc.; to harden by being gone over, as a road, etc. Naínas na ang dálan. The road is now trodden hard. Ginínas ko yanáng líbro. I had often gone through that book-or-I perused it many times-or-I studied it well. Inása iníng alágyan. Make this footpath hard by going frequently over it. Pagainásan ka gid sing bánas sa ímo nga talámnan, kon índì ka magpatíndog sing maáyo nga kodál. You will certainly have a footpath trodden through your field, unless you erect a strong fence. (see hánas).


inás

Hiligaynon

Hard, trodden hard. Inás nga alágyan. A well trodden footpath.