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darába

Hiligaynon

Uneasiness, anxiety, worry; to be or become uneasy, etc. Hinúgay sang darába, kay índì man mabúg-at ang pagbátì sang ímo anák. Do not worry, for your son is not seriously ill. (see dalamúnon).



darabáhan

Hiligaynon

Uneasy, worried, fluttered, nervous, anxious, disturbed, having misgivings or apprehensions. Also verb. Darabáhan siá (nagadarabáhan siá) tungúd sang balatían sang íya amáy. He is worried over the sickness of his father. Darabáhan (ginadarabáhan siá) sináng tabû. He is made uneasy by that event. (see darába, dalamúnon, darámnon, índì, malibútay, etc.).


garabáhan

Hiligaynon

Anxious, afraid, upset, nervous, fearful of grave consequences on account of a small matter, of a slight illness, etc. Garabáhan siá kaáyo, kay bisán diótay lang ang balatían sang íya anák nagapangúlbà sing dalû. She is very easily upset, for even if her child is but slightly ill, she is trembling all over with fear. (see darabáhan, garapáhan).


garapáhan

Hiligaynon

Easily troubled or upset. See garabáhan, darabáhan.


karakarahán

Hiligaynon

Uneasy, nervous, excited; to be excited, nervous, etc. See darabáhan.