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háyà

Hiligaynon

To weep, cry, grieve. Nagaháyà siá. She is weeping. (see hibî, tángis).



háyà

Hiligaynon

To lay out a corpse. Iháyà ang minatáy. Lay out the corpse. Ang patáy naháyà na sa kátre. The corpse is now laid out on the bed. (see hámyang).


hayâ

Hiligaynon

Laid out, dressed and exposed to view in a becoming posture, said of corpses.


bákhò

Hiligaynon

Grief, sorrow, lament, lamentation, wail, complaint, plaint, groan, moan, sigh; to sigh, groan, moan, lament, grieve, wail, complain, mourn, weep. Ginabakhoán níya ang kamatáyon sang íya anák. She grieves over the death of her child. Nagapanángis kag nagabákhò silá, kay napatáy ang íla ilóy. They are weeping and sighing, because their mother has died. Dî mo pagpabakhoón ang ímo mga ginikánan. Do not grieve your parents. Yádto dídto ang pagbákhò kag pagbinágrot sang mga ngípon. There is (was, will be) weeping and gnashing of teeth. (see subô, tángis, hibî, háyà, hibubún-ot).


halayáon

Hiligaynon

(H) Weeping, crying, shedding tears, sighing; to weep, cry, shed tears, lament; that is to be wept over (as a corpse, etc.). (see háyà, balakhóon, hilibíon).


háy-ad

Hiligaynon

To lay out a corpse, etc. See háyà, hámyang.


hibî

Hiligaynon

To cry, weep, sob, pule, whimper, blubber. Ang bátà nagahibí. The baby is crying. Indì ka maghibî. Don't weep. Bisán mamatáy akó walâ man sing magahibî sa ákon. Though I should die no one will shed tears over me. Pagahibián ko gid ikáw kon mamatáy ka. I shall certainly weep for you, when you die. Ang amó nga balítà nagpahibî sa íya. That news made her cry. (see tángis, gáab, háyà).


To fall backwards, fall on one's back, fall supine, fall down face up; to lie on one's back, lie prostrate. Nakadalín-as (Nakadúpias) siá sa nalomótan nga bató kag dáyon nakatikháyà (tumikháyà). He slipped on the mossy stone and down he fell on his back. Tikhayáa (Patikhayáa) siá. Turn him over on his back. Lay him down on his back. (see hayáng, kayâ, tingkáyà, hayâ).


buhayán

Hiligaynon

A kind of creeper with edible roots.


See búngday, bungdáyan.


ginakatuháyan

Hiligaynon

Difference, variation, dissimilarity, unlikeness, distinction. Ang ginakatuháyan sináng duhá ka butáng amó --. The difference of these two things is --. (see túhay, kalaínlaínan).


háyab

Hiligaynon

The first grass-shoots appearing on dry soil after a rainfall.


hayág

Hiligaynon

Open, clear, manifest, obvious, evident, revealed, in public view; without secrecy or concealment. Hayág iní sa ákon. This is clear to me. (see dayág).


háyag

Hiligaynon

To be or become manifest, etc. Nagaháyag na ang ádlaw, kay walâ na sing gál-um. The sun is clearly visible now, as there are no longer any clouds. Ipaháyag mo inâ sa íya. Show that to him. Make that clear to him. Ginpahayágan níya akó sang íya nga katarúngan. He showed me his reason, (made his argument clear to me). Pinahayágan na akó sang kamatuóran siní. The truth of this is now made clear to me. (see hayág).


hayághag

Hiligaynon

Interstice, etc. See hághag.


hayáhay

Hiligaynon

Flag, banner, standard, colours, ensign, pennon, pennant. (see bandéra, )


hayáng

Hiligaynon

Facing upwards, lying on one's back; to face upwards, lie on one's back. Nagahayáng siá sa salúg. He is lying (face upwards) on the floor. Naghayáng siá sa bánkò. He lay on the bench face upwards-or-He lay on his back on the bench. Paháynga ang bátà. Turn the baby with its face upward-or-Let the baby lie on its back. (see kayâ, kayáng).


hayánghag

Hiligaynon

To gape, to raise one's head and open one's mouth in surprise or the like, look up in astonishment. (see hayáng, tukháyaw, pamalúng).


hayát

Hiligaynon

Soft, pliable, elastic, supple, not stiff, able to be extended, ductile, flexible, extensible, extendible; to stretch, pull, make soft or pliable. Hayatá ang kalát, médyas, sapátos, etc. Stretch the rope, socks, boots, etc. (see únyat).


hayát

Hiligaynon

Stale, old (of bread, etc.).


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