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hágmak

Hiligaynon

To fall down prone, head foremost, headlong, head first, fall on one's face. Nakahágmak siá. He fell down foremost. Itíklod siá sa likód, agúd maghágmak. Push him from behind so that he may fall on his face. (see dúsmò, dágpà, sukámod).



hapâ

Hiligaynon

To prostrate oneself, fall or lie down-flat,-prone,-face downward,-on one's stomach; to prostrate, lay low, fell. Nagahapâ siá. He is lying down flat, prone or prostrate. Pahapaá (paháp-a) siá. Lay him down face downward. Hapaí (háp-i) ang bángkò. Lie down prostrate on the bench. Hináp-an níya siá. He prostrated himself (humbled himself) before him. (see yaúb, dágpà, dúsmò, háplak, hágmak, sukámod).


sóbsob

Hiligaynon

To fall to the ground on one's face. Andam ka, agúd índì ka makasóbsob. Look out, lest you should fall on your face. Nakasóbsob ang íya bábà sa dútà. He bit the dust. (see dágpà, dúsmò, hágmak, dámhag).


hár-as

Hiligaynon

(B) Miscarriage, embryo, immature foetus (fetus); abortive, miscarried; to miscarry, have or cause a miscarriage, to commit abortion. Nahar-ásan (Nahar-asán) ang ilóy. The mother suffered a miscarriage. Ang pagkahágmak sang babáe amó ang naghár-as sang bátà. The fact that the woman fell flat on the ground caused abortion. Nahár-as ang bátà. The child was born prematurely. (see háwhaw-fully developed, mature).