List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter N - Page 7

ngángò

Hiligaynon

Foolish, fool, ass, stupid fellow. (see kólò, kalúndong, búngaw, tampuháw, kolôkolô, etc.).



ngánì

Hiligaynon

Indeed; certainly, surely, really; therefore, hence, ergo. (see gánì, búsà).


ngarábngab

Hiligaynon

See ngábngab.


ngáran

Hiligaynon

(B) See ngálan.


ngarángal

Hiligaynon

Nonsensical talk; to talk nonsense, etc. See ngálngal, ngásal).


ngaráwngaw

Hiligaynon

(B) See ngáwngaw.


ngásal

Hiligaynon

To chatter, prattle, tittle-tattle, etc. See ngálngal, hádak, búrà, etc. Tinák-an akó sang památì sang íya nga ginangásal. I was bored listening to his prattle.


ngásngas

Hiligaynon

A loud, shrill, far-reaching sound; to cry out with a loud voice (of persons and animals). (see sínggit, pugaás, turayáw).


ngáwngaw

Hiligaynon

To mew, meaw, miaw (of cats); to whine, sigh, moan, weep, whimper, mewl, pule, cry aloud. (see ngábngab, tiyábaw).


ngídlis

Hiligaynon

Shock, consternation, terror, fright; to cause or give a shock, frighten, terrify, strike with awe. Nangidlisán siá sang pagkabatî níya kon anó ang nahanabû. He received a shock (He was thunderstruck) when he heard what happened. (see bígne, sígne, kúgmat, lísang, palanglígbus, makangingídlis).


ngíl-ad

Hiligaynon

To loathe, recoil, be sickened, nauseated or revolted, abhor, feel like vomiting or have an aversion to, to detest, abominate, hate, feel repugnance to. Nagakangíl-ad akó sa pagtán-aw sang líntà. I hate to see (look upon) a leech. Dílì takús igkangíl-ad ang pagsagúd sa mga masakít. One should not show one's repugnance in attending on the sick. Ginangil-arán akó sang ípot sang kuríng. I feel like vomiting at the sight of a cat's dirt. (see taká, súm-od, lóod).


ngílin

Hiligaynon

Affection for, attachment to; to cherish, wish to keep or retain, value the possession and regret the loss of, to miss, be unwilling to part with, be reluctant to give up, to grudge, begrudge. Dílì nínyo pagkangínlan (pagkangilínan) ang kwárta sa pagpatoón sa mga bátà. Don't grudge spending money for the education of children. Nangílin (Nagkangílin) siá sang relóh nga nadúlà. He highly valued the lost watch. He was quite upset by the loss of his watch. (see hílak).


ngílo

Hiligaynon

(H) To be set on edge, have one's teeth set on edge. Nagngílo ang ákon ngípon siníng maáslum nga búnga sang sámbag. My teeth were set on edge by this sour tamarind. This sour tamarind has set my teeth on edge. Nangilóhan akó sináng línghud nga páhò. My teeth were set on edge by that green (unripe) mango. Ang búnga nga maáslum nagapangílo sang ngípon. Sour fruit sets the teeth on edge. (see nílo).


ngiló

Hiligaynon

See ngílo.


ngíngho

Hiligaynon

(Sp. ajenjo) Worm wood; absinth; a kind of medicinal plant.


A spray of flowers, twig, extremity of a branch, a small shoot; to pick a spray of blossoms, pluck flowers together with a few leaves, break off a small branch or stem (with its flowers). Ngingía ang adélpa. Pluck the rosebay flowers with some leaves. Ngingíi akó sing pilá ka bukád sang tapulánga. Break off some sprigs of the tapulánga for me. (see ípò, kutúl).


ngípnan

Hiligaynon

Having strong or fierce teeth; formidable, doughty, brave, strong, mighty, powerful, fierce. (see ngípon).


ngípon

Hiligaynon

(H) Tooth. (see ónto).


ngír-o

Hiligaynon

(B) To compassionate, pity, condole with, sympathize with, have mercy, or take pity, on (upon). Mangír-o kaw kaná, kay ngirir-óhan. (Malóoy ka sa íya, kay makalolóoy). Have pity on him, for he is worthy of pity. (see lóoy).


ngirir-óhan

Hiligaynon

(B) Miserable, wretched, piteous, pitiful, an object of pity or compassion. (see ngír-o, makalolóoy, kalalóy-an).


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