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gúbut

Hiligaynon

Uneasiness, perturbation; strife, revolution, war; to make trouble, cause an uproar, go to war, etc. (see kagúbut, gúbot, kinagúbut).



gúbat

Hiligaynon

War, revolution, upheaval, great disturbance; to fight, wage war, storm, fall upon, assault, attack, assail, rush or advance upon, pitch into, dash at. Gubáta siá. Attack him. Gingúbat níla ang bánwa. They took the town by storm. (see gúbut).


gúbot

Hiligaynon

To be uneasy, restless, anxious, full of anxiety, perturbed. Used chiefly in the form kinagúbot. Nagakinagúbot ang mga táo, kay may súnug. The people are uneasy (walking about anxiously or in fear), because there is a conflagration. May kinagúbot sa bánwa. There is some restlessness (uneasy feeling) in the town. (gúbut id.).


kagúbut

Hiligaynon

Commotion, war, revolution, alarming condition, confusion, exciting state (of affairs). Salín sang kagúbut. Revolutionary veteran. War-veteran. (see gúbut).


kátay

Hiligaynon

File, line, parade, procession; row (of houses); to follow in line, file, line up, parade, walk in Indian file. Pakatáya ang mga táo sa prosesyón. Marshal the people in orderly lines for the procession. Buás, konó, may kátay sang mga salín sang kagúbut. To-morrow, it is said, there will be a parade of the war-veterans. Magkátay kamó. Line up-or-Form in line. (see ídas, kóro).