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bútwà

Hiligaynon

To emerge, to rise to the surface from under water. Nalumús siá, kay nagsálum kag walâ na makabútwà. He drowned, for he dived and did not rise to the surface again. (see útwas, bútwas).



bútwas

Hiligaynon

To raise-, bring up-, to the surface; to rise to the surface. Butwasá ang taón nga gintágub ko kahápon. Take out of the water the small fish-trap I put there yesterday. (see bútwà).


lutáw

Hiligaynon

Rising to (showing on) the surface, floating, buoyant, visible, conspicuous, prominent, eminent, distinguished; to float, be buoyed up, come to light, rise to the surface, become conspicuous, be distinguished or eminent, to be in (on, upon, above). Ang kawáyan nagalutáw sa túbig. Bamboo floats in water. Ang dágat ginlutawán sing madámù nga mga káhoy nga dinágsà sang pagbágyo. The sea was full of floating driftwood at the time of the hurricane. Lutáw siá nga táo kag binátà sang isá ka lutáw nga panimaláy. He is a prominent man and scion of a conspicuous family. Naglutáw sa íya ang panálig sang mga punoán. The authorities showed that they trusted him (had confidence in him). Karón nagalutáw na siá sa dakû nga katalágman nga--. At present he is in great danger of--. (see kubáw, kubág, kutáw, utáw-útaw, bútwà-to rise to the surface from under water).


mútmut

Hiligaynon

Free, untrammeled, one's own master, independent; to be liberated, freed, to become free, or the like. Nagkamútmut (namútmut) ang binilánggò. The prisoner was freed,-was set free,-was set at liberty,-was set at large,-was let out. (see mútwas, bútwà, luás, búhì, tibáwas, talímwas, bútwas).


útwas

Hiligaynon

To emerge, come-, rise-, to the surface, to float; to get free, escape, extricate oneself from any difficult position. (see bútwà, bútwas, lutáw, utáwútaw).


útwas

Hiligaynon

To emerge, come-, rise-, to the surface, to float; to get free, escape, extricate oneself from any difficult position. (see bútwà, bútwas, lutáw, utáwútaw).


hamóy

Hiligaynon

To run one's hand down the face as after a swim or bath. Ang bátà nga nagsálum naghamóy sang íya nawóng sang pagbútwa níya. The boy that dived into the water ran his hand over his face on coming to the surface. Ihamóy ang pólbos sa nawóng mo. Rub the powder over your face with your hand. Hamóyi ang nawóng sang bátà sing túbig, kay mahígko. Wash the baby's face with water, for it is dirty. (see lám-os, hilám-os, hunáw, hináw, húgas).