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dághob

Hiligaynon

A rolling, rumbling, echoing sound, a boom, reverberation; to emit such a sound, to boom, rumble, roll, thunder, bellow, roar. Ang dagúob nagadághob. The thunder rolls. Indì mo pagpadaghobón ang ímo tíngug. Don't speak with a hollow voice. Don't bellow or roar. (see dagúbdub, dagáhay).



dagáhay

Hiligaynon

(B) A rumbling sound caused by wind in the intestines, borborygmus, borborygm; to emit such a sound, to have a barking stomach. Nagadagáhay ang íya solóksolók. His stomach is rumbling. (see dagóok, dághob, dagúob, dagúbdub).


dagóok

Hiligaynon

A rumbling, rolling sound; borborygmus, borborygm; to emit such a sound. Abáw, kabáskug sang dagóok sang tián mo! Oh, how loud your stomach is rumbling! (see dághob, dagúbdub, dagúob).


dagúbdub

Hiligaynon

To rumble, boom, etc. See dághob. Ang mga bagón sang perokaríl nagadagúbdub. The railway wagons are rumbling past.


dagúnò

Hiligaynon

Boom, reverberation, rumbling, etc. See dághob, dagóok, dagáhay, dagúbdub, dagúob).


dagúob

Hiligaynon

Thunder; boom, roar, rolling, peal, reverberation; to thunder, etc. May dagúob or nagadagúob. It thunders. That's thunder! Dakû ang dagúob, dalágkù ang mga dagúob. The thunder-clap is (was) loud, the peals of thunder are (were) loud. (see dagúnò, dághob, etc.).


ragókrok

Hiligaynon

A rolling, rumbling sound; borborygmus; to boom, roll, reverberate. Ang ragókrok sang solóksolók. The rumbling of the stomach. (see dagóok, dághob).