a. glad. Lípay kaáyu kung midaug ka, I’m very glad that you won; v. 1. make someone happy. Wà nay láing mulípay nákù kun dílì ikaw, No one can make me happy but you; 2. be happy, glad. Nalípay ku nga nía ka, I am glad that you’re here. Maglípay ta kay milampus ang átung plánu, Let’s be happy because our plans succeeded. Gikalípay kug dakù ang ímung kalampúsan, I am very happy at your success. paha- v. congratulate, felicitate. Usa aku sa mupahalípay nímu sa ímung kadaúgan, I am one of those who will congratulate you on your victory; n. congratulations. Dawáta ang kinasingkásing kung pahalípay, Accept my heartfelt congratulations. ma-un a. happy. Malipáyun kaáyu siya nga misugut sa ákung hangyù, He was happy to comply with my request. — nga pasku Merry Christmas; v. be happy. ka- n. happiness. Ang íyang pagkaasáwa walay kalípay, She knows no happiness as a wife. mag-r- n. the Holy Spirit as Comforter.
n. left hook in boxing.
n. kind of matting used to wrap tobacco in bales or as walling, made of nípà or coconut leaflets laid flat side by side with some overlap and stitched together with fiber; v. make into a matting of this sort.