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gúnum

Hiligaynon

To be or become dark, leaden, cloudy, overcast, lowering. Nagagúnum ang lángit. The sky is overcast, lowering, is getting dark or cloudy. (see góom, girúm).



girúm

Hiligaynon

Dark, cloudy, lowering, murky, gloomy, overcast; obscure, to be or become dark, etc. Nagagirúm ang kalibútan. The sky is becoming dark (or cloudy). Naggirúm ang íya nawóng sa lakás nga patíal. His face has become swarthy from much exposure to the sun. Girúm ang pánit sang íya bútkon. The skin of his arm is browned. (see ilúm, itúm, góom, gúnum).


góom

Hiligaynon

To be or become cloudy, overcast, lowering, gloomy, overspread with clouds, dark. Nagagóom na ang kalibútan. It is getting dark. (see gúnum, girúm).


loóm

Hiligaynon

In the shade, not receiving much light, dark, gloomy, dreary, lonely; to be in the shade, lonely, gloomy, desolate, lonesome, not in the light. Loóm iníng lugár. This is a dark, gloomy, lonely place. Nagloóm inâ nga baláy, kay nagdalágkù na ang mga tanúm nga nagalíbut sa íya. This house has become dark, gloomy, since the trees (plants) surrounding it have grown. Naloomán akó siníng lugár. This place seems to me to be quite dark, gloomy, lonely or dreary. (see góom, gúnum).


magúnum

Hiligaynon

Dark, leaden, cloudy, lowering, overcast. (gúnum).


pagúnum

Hiligaynon

To darken, obscure. Ang mga gál-um nagapagúnum sang lángit. The clouds are darkening the sky. (pa, gúnum).