Meaning of olo

olo

Hiligaynon

class="hw">olo-, A diminutive particle that is either prefixed (to words beginning with a vowel) or inserted (between the first consonant and the first vowel of words beginning with a consonant), e.g. oloáslum (áslum); oloánggid (ánggid): bolobúg-at (búg-at); dolodápya (dápya); tolotámbok (támbok); nagtolotáwhay (táwhay), etc. etc.



ólo

Hiligaynon

Head, head-piece, pate, noddle, brain-box, brain-pan, sconce, upper story, intellect; master, ruler, director, manager. Ginatágò níya ang íya ólo, ápang ang íya íkog nagamurá. He hides his head, but his tail appears. (Literally said of an iguana, but often applied to people who try to hide their doings, but who are found out). Walâ sing útbong kag walâ sing ólo. Neither head nor tail. Maáyo siá sing ólo. He has a good head i.e. he is very intelligent. (see pangólo).


olo

Hiligaynon

class="hw">olo-, A diminutive particle that is either prefixed (to words beginning with a vowel) or inserted (between the first consonant and the first vowel of words beginning with a consonant), e.g. oloáslum (áslum); oloánggid (ánggid): bolobúg-at (búg-at); dolodápya (dápya); tolotámbok (támbok); nagtolotáwhay (táwhay), etc. etc.


ólo

Hiligaynon

Head, head-piece, pate, noddle, brain-box, brain-pan, sconce, upper story, intellect; master, ruler, director, manager. Ginatágò níya ang íya ólo, ápang ang íya íkog nagamurá. He hides his head, but his tail appears. (Literally said of an iguana, but often applied to people who try to hide their doings, but who are found out). Walâ sing útbong kag walâ sing ólo. Neither head nor tail. Maáyo siá sing ólo. He has a good head i.e. he is very intelligent. (see pangólo).