Search result(s) - úgtom

úgtom

Hiligaynon

To press the lips and teeth together, to clench one's teeth; to control, check, brook, repress, suppress, keep in check. Nagaúgtom siá. He is clenching his teeth. Ginaúgtom lang níya ang íya kaákig kag kahuyâ. He (with difficulty) is keeping in check his anger and shame. (see ókdom).



úgtom

Hiligaynon

To press the lips and teeth together, to clench one's teeth; to control, check, brook, repress, suppress, keep in check. Nagaúgtom siá. He is clenching his teeth. Ginaúgtom lang níya ang íya kaákig kag kahuyâ. He (with difficulty) is keeping in check his anger and shame. (see ókdom).


dumô

Hiligaynon

To chew noisily, munch, crunch, craunch, champ, as when eating roast corn or the like; to clench-, grind-, gnash-, one's teeth. (see doóm, domô, 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).


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).


ulugtúmon

Hiligaynon

Grudge, spite, resentment, ill-will, repressed anger, exasperation; to have a grudge or spite, etc. (see úgtom).


ulugtúmon

Hiligaynon

Grudge, spite, resentment, ill-will, repressed anger, exasperation; to have a grudge or spite, etc. (see úgtom).