List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter U - Page 5

udót-udót

Hiligaynon

Flattery, fooling; to flatter, trick, wheedle, cajole, etc. See odót, odótodót, unís, utís.



udót-udót

Hiligaynon

Flattery, fooling; to flatter, trick, wheedle, cajole, etc. See odót, odótodót, unís, utís.


údyak

Hiligaynon

Delight, exultation, pleasure, (noisy) merriment, mirth, glee; to be merry, exult, show pleasure, rejoice, delight in, be delighted, break out in bursts of joy or gladness, frolic, gambol, jump and dance with joy; to smile and wriggle and writhe with pleasure, said of babies that are not yet able to speak. (see úgyak, hinúgyaw, sángya, sádya, dinágyang, hámpang).


údyak

Hiligaynon

Delight, exultation, pleasure, (noisy) merriment, mirth, glee; to be merry, exult, show pleasure, rejoice, delight in, be delighted, break out in bursts of joy or gladness, frolic, gambol, jump and dance with joy; to smile and wriggle and writhe with pleasure, said of babies that are not yet able to speak. (see úgyak, hinúgyaw, sángya, sádya, dinágyang, hámpang).


údyong

Hiligaynon

A sharp point, prick, prickle, thorn, splinter; sting, pain (as caused by the prick of anything sharp-pointed). (see úngon, dalíngag, súyak, tunúk, báslay, dúgi).


údyong

Hiligaynon

A sharp point, prick, prickle, thorn, splinter; sting, pain (as caused by the prick of anything sharp-pointed). (see úngon, dalíngag, súyak, tunúk, báslay, dúgi).


údyong

Hiligaynon

See ódyong-trumpet, bugle. (see búdyong).


údyong

Hiligaynon

See ódyong-trumpet, bugle. (see búdyong).


udyúykuy

Hiligaynon

See agoyókoy-a kind of small crab.


udyúykuy

Hiligaynon

See agoyókoy-a kind of small crab.


ugá

Hiligaynon

Dry, dried, exsiccated; seasoned (of timber); sun-dried fish, rice, etc.; to dry, become or make dry, to exsiccate. Nagaugá na ang maís. The corn is getting dry now. Iníng mga tápì ugá na. These boards are seasoned (dry). Nagaugá (Nagapaugá) siá sing maís. He is drying corn. Ugahá ang humáy. Dry the rice. Spread the rice in the sun to dry. May ugá kamó? Have you got any dry (dried) fish (rice, etc.)? (see malá, kigás, tápa, bulád).


ugá

Hiligaynon

Dry, dried, exsiccated; seasoned (of timber); sun-dried fish, rice, etc.; to dry, become or make dry, to exsiccate. Nagaugá na ang maís. The corn is getting dry now. Iníng mga tápì ugá na. These boards are seasoned (dry). Nagaugá (Nagapaugá) siá sing maís. He is drying corn. Ugahá ang humáy. Dry the rice. Spread the rice in the sun to dry. May ugá kamó? Have you got any dry (dried) fish (rice, etc.)? (see malá, kigás, tápa, bulád).


úga

Hiligaynon

Listener, hearkener, eavesdropper. Pangóga, pangúga-to listen, eavesdrop (of women). (see úgo, hangálhangál, tingádtingád).


úga

Hiligaynon

Listener, hearkener, eavesdropper. Pangóga, pangúga-to listen, eavesdrop (of women). (see úgo, hangálhangál, tingádtingád).


ugád-úgad

Hiligaynon

To reiterate, repeat, go over again, keep on doing or saying the same thing, practise often, rehearse. Ugádugáron (-ádon) mo inâ túbtub nga masaoló mo. Go over it again till you may know it by heart. (see sulítsúlit, liwánlíwan, liwátlíwat).


ugád-úgad

Hiligaynon

To reiterate, repeat, go over again, keep on doing or saying the same thing, practise often, rehearse. Ugádugáron (-ádon) mo inâ túbtub nga masaoló mo. Go over it again till you may know it by heart. (see sulítsúlit, liwánlíwan, liwátlíwat).


ugái

Hiligaynon

Yet, but, all the same, in spite of, whereas, though. (see gái, ibágo, ugáling, gáring).


ugái

Hiligaynon

Yet, but, all the same, in spite of, whereas, though. (see gái, ibágo, ugáling, gáring).


ugálì

Hiligaynon

Manner, way, method, custom, nature, property; proper, pertaining to, natural; to be or become natural, etc. (see kinaugálì, kinatúbò, unáy, batásan, kinabatásan, etc.).


ugálì

Hiligaynon

Manner, way, method, custom, nature, property; proper, pertaining to, natural; to be or become natural, etc. (see kinaugálì, kinatúbò, unáy, batásan, kinabatásan, etc.).


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