Search result(s) - agrót

ágrot

Hiligaynon

See áglot id. Even in Hiligáynon ágrot seems to be more commonly used than áglot.



agrót

Hiligaynon

A boaster, braggart, exaggerator; boasting, bragging, exaggerating talk. Agrót gid siá; lakás na man ang agrót nga íya sinúgid. He is a great braggart; his exaggerations are really too much. Indì ka magsúgid sang ímo agrót. Don't boast. Don't tire other people with your boastful talk. (see búrà, hákal, hádak, hámbug, wákal, etc.).


áglot

Hiligaynon

A harsh sound of creaking or grating; to creak, to grate. Ang balás nagaáglot sa ng[ípon. Sand grates on the teeth. Ang balás nagapaáglot sang ngípon. Sand makes the teeth grate. (see ágrot id.).


búr-it

Hiligaynon

Boasting, bragging; a boaster, braggart, bluffer; to boast, bluff, brag, swagger. (see kabúr-it, búlhit, wákal, hádak, agrót).


garbóso

Hiligaynon

(Sp. garboso) Elegant, spruce, spick and span, natty, dapper, genteel, graceful; ostentatious, giving oneself airs, displaying elegance of manner, etc. (see elegánte, dikumpotók, hípig, agrót, hámbug, hádak, apót, bugalón, etc.).


hákal

Hiligaynon

To talk big, vaunt oneself, brag, boast, prattle, talk proudly of one's achievements, be a great chatterbox. Indì ka maghákal. Don't talk big. Hinakálan akó níya. He talked to me with great self-assertion. Ihákal mo lang ang agrót mo kon nagadúmdum ka nga madámù ang mga búang nga magapáti sang ímo nga hámbug. Go on with your foolish chatter if you believe there are many simpletons that will give credence to your silly stories. (see hádak, hámbug, etc.).


hanginéro

Hiligaynon

A windbag, boaster, braggart, noisy pretender, one telling invented stories, liar. (see hadakán, agrót, búgrit, butigón, wakalán, hámbog, hanginéra).


kaágrot

Hiligaynon

Creakiness, grating, harshness of sound. (ágrot).


kaagrót

Hiligaynon

Boasting, bragging, exaggeration, boastfulness, swaggering. (agrót).


kalubihán

Hiligaynon

(H) Coconut-grove, coconut-plantation; self-praise, boastful language, bragging about one's accomplishment, etc. Nagasúgid siá sang íya nga kalubihán. He is boasting of his accomplishments, etc. (see lubí, kaniogán, agrót).


maagrót

Hiligaynon

Boasting, bragging, bluffing, braggart, ostentatious, swaggering, vaunting. (agrót).


ogrít

Hiligaynon

Boasting, etc. See bugrít, agrót.


ogrít

Hiligaynon

Boasting, etc. See bugrít, agrót.


pahanungúd

Hiligaynon

To attribute, refer to, put down to, ascribe to, assign as a cause or motive. Ipahanungúd mo lang sa tubâ ang íya nga agrót, kay nakainúm siá sing lakás. Simply attribute his nonsensical talk to the tubâ, for he has drunk too much. (tungúd). (see pabangúd).


úkag

Hiligaynon

Boasting, bragging, pride, ostentation; to be or become proud, etc. (see bugál, wákal, hádak, hákal, hámbog, agrót, etc.).


úkag

Hiligaynon

Boasting, bragging, pride, ostentation; to be or become proud, etc. (see bugál, wákal, hádak, hákal, hámbog, agrót, etc.).


bágrot

Hiligaynon

To gnash one's teeth, to grind the teeth, to strike or dash the teeth together in anger or pain. Ang yáwà nagabágrot. The devil gnashes his teeth. Indì mo akó pagbagrotán. Do not gnash your teeth at me. Bagrotá lang ang ngípon mo. Just grind your teeth. Ang amó nga balítà nagpabágrot sa íya sa dakû nga kaákig. That news made him gnash his teeth in great anger. (see báglot, which, however, is seldom used).


kaagrotón

Hiligaynon

See kaagrót, kaágrot.


maágrot

Hiligaynon

See maáglot id.


báglot

Hiligaynon

To gnash one's teeth. See bágrot id. Even in Hiligáynon "bágrot" is more commonly used than báglot.


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