Search result(s) - guób

guób

Hiligaynon

To fill, pervade, occupy completely, leave no vacant space, particularly applied to sounds and odours. Ang íya nga tíngug nagguób sang malápad nga simbáhan. His voice filled the large church. (see tugúb, tuób).



mátmat

Hiligaynon

To do something by degrees, step by step, gradually, piecemeal, in slow but sure stages, do slowly, deliberately. Nagamátmat sa pagdakû iníng tanúm. This plant is growing tall by slow degrees. Ginmátmat níya ang kúhà (ang pagkúhà) sang íya nga galamitón sa baláy ni Fuláno. He took away his furniture from N.N.'s house one by one or piece by piece. Matmatá sang arádo ang ímo umá. Plough your field leisurely or in easy stages. Ang kaámyon sang mga búlak nagamátmat guób (sa pagguób) sang mga talámnan. The fragrance of the flowers is slowly spreading over the fields. (see amát, amátamát).


tóob

Hiligaynon

Fumigation, disinfection; to envelop in the smoke of burning herbs as a cure; to incense, fume, disinfect. (see guób, tugúb).


túob, tuób

Hiligaynon

See tóob, toób-to fill with odours, etc. (see guób, tugúb).


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.).


panagúob

Hiligaynon

Thunder; to thunder. (see dagúob).


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).


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).


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).


dagúnò

Hiligaynon

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


dungán

Hiligaynon

Together, at the same time, simultaneous, coincident. Dungán ang íla paghalín dirí. They left (will leave) here together. Dungán gid iníng dagúob kag pangilát. The flash and thunder were simultaneous. (see dúngan, kadúngan, talidúngan, talirungán).


maghilihátì

Hiligaynon

This term seems to be employed only after a negative particle (índì, dílì) and then conveys the meaning of: very loud, uproarious, boisterous, so as to interfere with any ordinary conversation, etc. Dílì maghilibátì nga ulán, dagúob, etc. A very heavy downpour of rain, a very loud thunderclap, etc. Waláy lábut sang índì maghilibátì nga sinínggit sang mga táo--. Notwithstanding the deafening shouts of the men--. (see batî).


tángub

Hiligaynon

A loud peal of thunder; to thunder; to strike dumb, dumb-found, confuse with astonishment. Natángban siá nga índì makahámbal. He is so astonished that he cannot utter a syllable. (see dagúob).