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ogót

Hiligaynon

Anger, vexation, wrath, indignation, exasperation; to be or get angry, vexed, exasperated, indignant, aggravated, riled, provoked, put out. Nagaogót siá. He is getting angry. Ginaógtan níya akó. He is angry with me. (see ákig).



paákig

Hiligaynon

(H) To anger, to make angry, etc. (pa, ákig).


págut

Hiligaynon

Great anger, rage, frenzy, fury, wrath, towering passion; to rave, be angry, furious, wild. Nagamátamát na siá sang págut. He gradually-waxed very hot,-became furious. Nagapágut siá. He is furious. He is in a tearing rage. Ginpagútan níya akó. He was furiously angry with me. Indì ka magpágut. Don't get wild or angry. Don't bluster. (see múgut, síngkal, ákig).


pamurúg

Hiligaynon

To be indignant, cross, offended; to scold, chide, rebuke harshly. (see púgwat, pamúyas, pamuyáyaw, ákig, súnggud).


pangákig

Hiligaynon

(H) The Freq. of ákig-to be or become angry, etc. Nangákig (Nagpangákig) silá. They got angry, grew angry, waxed hot.


sáklaw

Hiligaynon

To take amiss, resent, fume, take-ill,-to heart,-offence,-umbrage, get offended, angry, excited, vexed. Nasáklaw akó siníng hámbal. I am offended at this kind of talk. Ginpasáklaw níya akó sang lakás níya nga pamábà. He made me angry with his endless mouthing. Indì mo siá pagpasaklawón. Don't exasperate him or make him angry. (see ákig, súngon, súnggud, ugút).


sibút-sibút

Hiligaynon

Annoyed, angry, cross, exasperated; to get annoyed, be angry, etc. (see ákig, pasibútsibút).


tarápad

Hiligaynon

(B) To take in all, make no exception, treat equally, extend to all, cover all. Gintarápad na ang pagákig kanánda. Gintarápad (Gintarapádan) na sánda kang ákig. (Nagákig siá sa íla nga tanán). He was angry with all (everyone) of them. (see tápud, tóptop, saláma).


tíngal

Hiligaynon

To deafen, confuse, bewilder, din into a person's ears, talk one to death, talk one's head off, annoy with noise or shouting. Gintíngal níya akó sang ákig. Gintíngal níya ang ákon mga dalúnggan sang ákig. He deafened me with his angry shouting. My ears tingled with his violent language.


úgtas

Hiligaynon

To be impatient, irritable, nettled, vexed, angry, exasperated, enraged, fretting and chafing. Indì ka magúgtas. Don't be so impatient. Yanáng magtotóon daláyon gid lang nagaúgtas sa mga bátà. That teacher has no patience with the children, is always angry or exasperated. Ginugtasán níya kamí. He was very impatient with us, was in a bad mood or humour. Ginapaúgtas níya si nánay níya. She tries the patience of her mother to the breaking point. She is vexing, nettling, exasperating her mother. (see ákig, ókdom, úgtom).


úgtas

Hiligaynon

To be impatient, irritable, nettled, vexed, angry, exasperated, enraged, fretting and chafing. Indì ka magúgtas. Don't be so impatient. Yanáng magtotóon daláyon gid lang nagaúgtas sa mga bátà. That teacher has no patience with the children, is always angry or exasperated. Ginugtasán níya kamí. He was very impatient with us, was in a bad mood or humour. Ginapaúgtas níya si nánay níya. She tries the patience of her mother to the breaking point. She is vexing, nettling, exasperating her mother. (see ákig, ókdom, úgtom).


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).


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).


kaakigón

Hiligaynon

(H) See kaákig.


kulákig

Hiligaynon

Bat. (see koláknit, etc.).


makig

Hiligaynon

See maki-. These two prefixes have the same meaning and may be used promiscuously. Custom and euphony decide which of the two is to be employed in any particular case.


makigás

Hiligaynon

Very dry, exsiccated, parched, arid, waterless; barren, desert, unproductive (of soil). (see kigás).


makigdaíton

Hiligaynon

Peaceful, peaceable, pacific, quiet, meek, loving peace and quiet, wishing to live in peace with everybody. (see dáit).


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