List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter U - Page 10

úgtus

Hiligaynon

See úgtas-to be impatient, etc. Also: to bear, stand. (see batás, íro).



úgtus

Hiligaynon

See úgtas-to be impatient, etc. Also: to bear, stand. (see batás, íro).


ugút

Hiligaynon

Anger, exasperation, excitement, choler, rage; to rage, be angry, be in a passion, be wrought up (into a passion), be furious, to fume. Indì ka magugút (magpaugút) tungúd sang diótay lang nga butáng. Don't get angry over a trifle. Tiníklod ko siá sa hágdan, kay inúgtan akó. I pushed him down the stairs, for I was exasperated (wrought up into a passion). Indì ka magpaugút sa íya. Don't enrage (exasperate) him. (see ákig, sáklaw, paugút).


ugút

Hiligaynon

Anger, exasperation, excitement, choler, rage; to rage, be angry, be in a passion, be wrought up (into a passion), be furious, to fume. Indì ka magugút (magpaugút) tungúd sang diótay lang nga butáng. Don't get angry over a trifle. Tiníklod ko siá sa hágdan, kay inúgtan akó. I pushed him down the stairs, for I was exasperated (wrought up into a passion). Indì ka magpaugút sa íya. Don't enrage (exasperate) him. (see ákig, sáklaw, paugút).


ugút

Hiligaynon

To inherit (a trait, quality, features, etc.), to be like, take after in colour, figure, expression, etc. Iníng bátà nakaugút gid sa íya ilóy, dílì sa íya amáy. This child takes after its mother, not after its father. (see paugút, súblì, panúblì, sunúd).


ugút

Hiligaynon

To inherit (a trait, quality, features, etc.), to be like, take after in colour, figure, expression, etc. Iníng bátà nakaugút gid sa íya ilóy, dílì sa íya amáy. This child takes after its mother, not after its father. (see paugút, súblì, panúblì, sunúd).


úgyak

Hiligaynon

A yell, shrill cry, loud outburst (of joy, playfulness, etc.); a squeal, squeak; to emit a shrill sound or cry, to yell, shout, vociferate, squeak, squeal, to frolic, make merry. (see údyak, húgyaw, síyak, turágsik).


úgyak

Hiligaynon

A yell, shrill cry, loud outburst (of joy, playfulness, etc.); a squeal, squeak; to emit a shrill sound or cry, to yell, shout, vociferate, squeak, squeal, to frolic, make merry. (see údyak, húgyaw, síyak, turágsik).


úgyon

Hiligaynon

To agree, concur, be of one accord, be united, to cooperate, pull together, assist each other, collaborate. Magúgyon kamó. Be of one accord. Come to an agreement (understanding). Pull together. Ginugyonán níla ang pagbúhat sing dálan. They agreed to build a road. (see binuligáy, hiúgyon, hilitóhog, hisáhò, hitúpul).


úgyon

Hiligaynon

To agree, concur, be of one accord, be united, to cooperate, pull together, assist each other, collaborate. Magúgyon kamó. Be of one accord. Come to an agreement (understanding). Pull together. Ginugyonán níla ang pagbúhat sing dálan. They agreed to build a road. (see binuligáy, hiúgyon, hilitóhog, hisáhò, hitúpul).


úhaw

Hiligaynon

Thirst, drought, drouth; to cause thirst, make thirsty. Ginaúhaw akó. I thirst. I am thirsty. Inúm, kay kon dílì ka maginúm karón uháwon ka gid sa dálan. Drink, for if you don't drink now you will certainly get thirsty on the road. (see gútum-hunger).


úhaw

Hiligaynon

Thirst, drought, drouth; to cause thirst, make thirsty. Ginaúhaw akó. I thirst. I am thirsty. Inúm, kay kon dílì ka maginúm karón uháwon ka gid sa dálan. Drink, for if you don't drink now you will certainly get thirsty on the road. (see gútum-hunger).


uháw

Hiligaynon

Thirsty, droughty, drouthy, parched, dry. (see úhaw).


uháw

Hiligaynon

Thirsty, droughty, drouthy, parched, dry. (see úhaw).


uháy

Hiligaynon

An ear of grain (with the grain). Isá ka uháy nga humáy (sang humáy). An ear of rice. (see óhot-an empty ear of grain).


uháy

Hiligaynon

An ear of grain (with the grain). Isá ka uháy nga humáy (sang humáy). An ear of rice. (see óhot-an empty ear of grain).


úho, uhó

Hiligaynon

(Probably from the Sp. ojo) An exclamation to attract attention. Lo! See! Look here! Behold! Uhó, tan-awá iní! Lo and behold! (see hoy).


úho, uhó

Hiligaynon

(Probably from the Sp. ojo) An exclamation to attract attention. Lo! See! Look here! Behold! Uhó, tan-awá iní! Lo and behold! (see hoy).


uísit

Hiligaynon

Lucky, fortunate, happy, blessed. (see buísit-unlucky).


uísit

Hiligaynon

Lucky, fortunate, happy, blessed. (see buísit-unlucky).


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