List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter U - Page 26

úmbo

Hiligaynon

To cede or yield to, bow down to, not to dare (venture). Ang tanán nagaúmbo sa íya. Ginaumbohán siá sang tanán. No one dares to fight him. They are all afraid of him. (see hádluk, ísol, likáw).



úmbo

Hiligaynon

To cede or yield to, bow down to, not to dare (venture). Ang tanán nagaúmbo sa íya. Ginaumbohán siá sang tanán. No one dares to fight him. They are all afraid of him. (see hádluk, ísol, likáw).


úmbok

Hiligaynon

A quail, a bird that keeps its head bent down towards the ground; hence metaphorically used of a person that walks about with his head covered and bent and who does not look about him.


úmbok

Hiligaynon

A quail, a bird that keeps its head bent down towards the ground; hence metaphorically used of a person that walks about with his head covered and bent and who does not look about him.


úmid

Hiligaynon

To implicate, involve, drag in, be implicated, be in the same boat (figuratively). Nagaumíray (-íday) silá. They are recriminating each other. They are equally implicated. Umíra (-ída) siá. Drag him in also. Implicate him. Naúmid siá sa salâ. He was concerned (became involved) in the crime. (see daláhig, ugámid).


úmid

Hiligaynon

To implicate, involve, drag in, be implicated, be in the same boat (figuratively). Nagaumíray (-íday) silá. They are recriminating each other. They are equally implicated. Umíra (-ída) siá. Drag him in also. Implicate him. Naúmid siá sa salâ. He was concerned (became involved) in the crime. (see daláhig, ugámid).


úmil

Hiligaynon

To get worn out by too much folding, to wear through at a crease. Naúmil (Nagkaúmil) ang báyò ko. My jacket is frayed or worn out through too much creasing.


úmil

Hiligaynon

To get worn out by too much folding, to wear through at a crease. Naúmil (Nagkaúmil) ang báyò ko. My jacket is frayed or worn out through too much creasing.


úmol

Hiligaynon

The fist, etc. See ómol.


úmol

Hiligaynon

The fist, etc. See ómol.


umól

Hiligaynon

To be or get impatient, cross, angry. (see súnggud, úgtas, ákig, ókdom, ogót).


umól

Hiligaynon

To be or get impatient, cross, angry. (see súnggud, úgtas, ákig, ókdom, ogót).


(B) To go back to where one came from, return to one's starting point. (see bálik, panumbalík).


(B) To go back to where one came from, return to one's starting point. (see bálik, panumbalík).


úmpaw

Hiligaynon

To restore to one's senses or to health, recover, rally, revive, pull through, resuscitate, bring round, regain consciousness, come-round,-to oneself,-to. Naumpawán na siá. He has come to his senses. He has recovered consciousness. Kabáy pa nga maumpawán pa siá! God grant that he may recover! Ang amó nga bulúng nagpaúmpaw sa íya. That medicine restored him (to consciousness).


úmpaw

Hiligaynon

To restore to one's senses or to health, recover, rally, revive, pull through, resuscitate, bring round, regain consciousness, come-round,-to oneself,-to. Naumpawán na siá. He has come to his senses. He has recovered consciousness. Kabáy pa nga maumpawán pa siá! God grant that he may recover! Ang amó nga bulúng nagpaúmpaw sa íya. That medicine restored him (to consciousness).


umpisá

Hiligaynon

(Sp. empezar) To commence, start, begin, enter upon, embark in. Umpisahí ang trabáho. Begin the work. Start working. (see súgud, pamúnò, empesár).


umpisá

Hiligaynon

(Sp. empezar) To commence, start, begin, enter upon, embark in. Umpisahí ang trabáho. Begin the work. Start working. (see súgud, pamúnò, empesár).


úmpit

Hiligaynon

Affront, insult, act or speech of insolence, scorn, mockery, contempt; to affront, insult, mock, deride, scoff, ridicule. (see pasipála, tampálas, támay, uligâ, ulígyat, buyáyaw, ihígihíg).


úmpit

Hiligaynon

Affront, insult, act or speech of insolence, scorn, mockery, contempt; to affront, insult, mock, deride, scoff, ridicule. (see pasipála, tampálas, támay, uligâ, ulígyat, buyáyaw, ihígihíg).


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