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dúkaw

Hiligaynon

To venture abroad, walk abroad under difficulties, as at night, during rain or in a storm, to brave or defy the elements. Anó ang ginadúkaw mo? Why are you braving the elements? Why are you walking out at such a time or in such weather? (see kúdaw, id.).



gúnaw

Hiligaynon

To go oneself or personally on an errand, go or come in person, dare, risk, venture (a voyage, etc.). A, ikáw gid ang nagagúnaw, haw! Why, are you actually going (coming) yourself! Naggúnaw ikáw? Ngáa man nga walâ ka magsógò sa ibán? Did you go yourself? Why didn't you send somebody else? (see kúdaw, dúkaw, súdsud).


kúdaw

Hiligaynon

To walk abroad under difficulties, as at night, during pelting rain, in a raging storm or the like. Ngáa nga ikáw gid ang nagkúdaw sa siníng óras? Why have you ventured to walk out by yourself at such an hour? (see dúkaw).


súdsud

Hiligaynon

To go on an errand in person, do personally, venture out or abroad. Amó gid gánì inâ ang ákon ginsúdsud dirí sa tungâ ang gáb-i. That was the reason why I came here in person in the middle of the night. (see kúdaw, dúkaw, gúnaw, túdà).


túkaw

Hiligaynon

To venture abroad, go-, see-, investigate-, look after-, in person. (see kúdaw, súdsud, dúkaw, tudâtúdà, tán-aw, sulúng).