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díway

Hiligaynon

To feel out of sorts, be near vomiting, be queasy, squeamish, qualmish. Nagadíway ang ákon solóksolók. I am sick at stomach, my stomach is out of sorts. (see dígwà).



duál

Hiligaynon

Surfeited, completely satiated, stuffed, sated, gorged, glutted, crammed, replete, near vomiting; to feel nausea, be glutted, etc. Nagaduál ang ginháwa ko. I am nearly vomiting,-have no appetite any more,-am full to the brim. (see díway).


duyâ-duyâ

Hiligaynon

To be completely full or satisfied, have no appetite any longer, loathe food on account of having already eaten one's fill, eat without relish. Nagaduyâduyâ siá, kay busúg na. He eats without relish, for he is full already. (see dwáldwal, díway, butíngting, taká).


libô

Hiligaynon

To feel out of sorts, be near vomiting. (see díway, dígwà).


unáw

Hiligaynon

(B) To feel an aversion or loathing (after having done, eaten, etc. something to excess); to surfeit. Naunáw (Nalánag na siá sang) kang pasáyan. He is now averse to eating shrimps. He is surfeited with eating shrimps. (see taká, díway, sumó, súm-od, lánag).


unáw

Hiligaynon

(B) To feel an aversion or loathing (after having done, eaten, etc. something to excess); to surfeit. Naunáw (Nalánag na siá sang) kang pasáyan. He is now averse to eating shrimps. He is surfeited with eating shrimps. (see taká, díway, sumó, súm-od, lánag).