halaga [halagá] 1n Worth; value; importance. halaga Waya’t halaga sa ida kag ako bulig. My help has no worth for her. (sem. domains: 126.96.36.199 - Important, 188.8.131.52 - Value.) 2adj Important, valuable. Mahalaga nak magbasa kita’t Bibliya. It’s important that we read the Bible. (sem. domains: 184.108.40.206 - Important.) 3vi To value something. Waya nida gipapahalagahi kag ako ingtao sa ida. She didn’t value what I gave her. syn: bali7, bakwi 2. (sem. domains: 220.127.116.11 - Reject, 3.3.5 - Offer, 18.104.22.168 - Value, 22.214.171.124 - Accept.)
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mahalaga [mahalagá] adj Important; special; valuable. mahalaga Mahalaga nak magtuo sa Ginoo para maligtas. It is important to believe in God to be saved.
makabuluhan [makabuluhán] adj Important. mahalaga, importante Indi nako kali giuma sa inro kung buko makabuluhan sa inro pangabuhi. I will not tell this to you if it is not so important in your daily life.
pama [páma] v To strip somebody of one’s honour. nawalan ng halaga Pay ingbay-an it pama si Bulog dahil buko sida it naghator sa altar kay Bebilita. It seems that Bulog was stripped of his honour because he was not the one who escorted Bebilita to the altar.
puyos [puyós] 11.1n Usefulness; value; benefit; importance. halaga, pakinabang Waya’t puyos kag amo pagpahuman it kulungan nak natakaw ra gihapon kag manok. Our making of the chicken coop has no value because the chickens were stolen. 1.2vt To make use of something; to benefit from something. Wayaey napusli kag ida sira nak mangga. Her rotten mango has no use anymore. Nagpuyos it rako sa mga ani kag nagsubling kabulig it inra lanasan. The succeeding helper in their field benefited much from the harvest. Makakapuyos ako it ida hinanapan pag pauli nida. I will benefit from her earning when she returns. Indi mapuslan kag imo hinanapan kung imo yang isugay. Your earning will have no value if you just spend it for gambling. Ako ingpuslan kag nasirang baro dahil ako inghuman nak mga punra. I made use of the torn clothes because I made them into pillow cases. 22.1vi To take a chance; to take opportunity. Apuslan yangey nako kag imo pagpali, paki laba yangey kalio. I’ll take the opportunity of your coming here will you please wash this. 2.2n Usefulness; opportunity. pakinabangan comp. di puyos kag utok , der. panghimuyos
bakwi [bakwî] 1adj Dislocated, bent backwards, specifically of body parts (as of a baby’s head falling back or an arm bent back). (sem. domains: 2.5.3 - Injure.) 2vt To bend, break a joint by bending it backward or opposite to its natural way of movement (as of when breaking apart the bones of a chicken ready for cooking). bakwi Ingbakwi nida kag pako it manok. He broke the joint of the chicken’s wings backward. syn: bali7, halaga 3. (sem. domains: 7.8.1 - Break.) 3sta To be dislocated, bent backwards, specifically of body parts (as of a baby’s head falling back or an arm bent back). Nabakwi kag braso nida. His arm was dislocated. (sem. domains: 2.5.3 - Injure.)
sungon [súngon] vi To resent something that was done or said; to be offended; to pout. tampo Nagsusungon ako dahil waya nida gipapahalagahi kag ako ingtao sa ida. I’m resentful because she didn’t value what I gave her.