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Hiligaynon

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Introduction

Hiligaynon is a language of Philippines. It is spoken in Western Visayas, Panay, Iloilo and Capiz provinces; Negros Occidental Province. Also in United States. .

Dialects

Hiligaynon, Kari, Kawayan.

The Hiligaynon Verb

Sample Verbs

to bitekadton, kagat, kagton
to blowhuyóp
to breatheginhawa
to burnsunugon
to buybumakál, mabakal
to chewusangon, usapon
to choosepilion
to climbmasaka, sumaká
to comekadto, makadto
to cooklutô, luto
to countisip
to cryhibi
to cut, hackhiwaon, labo, mahiwa
to die, be deadmapatay
to digkumutkot, makaykay, makutkut
to dreamdamgo, damgohanon, damguhanon, madamgo
to drinkilimnon, inom, mainom
to eatka-on, kumaon, makaon
to falldagdag, hulog, mahulog
to fearhadlok, kahadlokan, kakurdaman, kalahadlokán
to flowtumubód
to flylupad, mapalupad
to growmadako, sumingil
to hearbatian, mamati
to hideilikún, manago
to hithinaplit, maigo
to holdpunggan
to huntmangita, mangluthang
to killpatyon
to know, be knowledgeablehibal-an, kabalo, matikdan
to laughkadlaw, kumadlaw
to lie downhigdâ, ibutáng, ibutang, mahigda
to live, be alivemangabuhì
to open, uncoverbuksan
to plantìtanúm
to pound, beatbayhon
to sayitlangón, mitlang, sambit, siling
to scratchkaluton
to seekitâ, makità
to sewtahión
to shootmangluthang, sumiwíl
to sitlumingkod, pungko
to sleepmagtulog, matulog
to sniff, smellhakluón, simhot
to spitdumuplà, duplâ, madupla
to splitbulagon, dup-la, himulagón
to squeezei-puga
to stab, piercebumuhó, bun-o, mabuno
to standmagtindog
to stealmangawat
to sucksupsup, supsupón
to swellpalamanóg
to swimlangoy, lumangóy
to thinkhuna-hunaa, isip-isipa, isipon, paminsara, panumdum
to throwipilák
to tie up, fastenbaluón, bugkuson, higtan, hugpungon
to turnbinaliskad, liko
to walklakat, lumakát, malakat, tikang
to vomitmasuka, sumuka
to workmaghikut
to yawnmanguy-ab, paguy-ab, panguy-ab

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