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alibiár

Hiligaynon

(Sp. aliviar) To mitigate, alleviate, ease, relieve, to afford relief. Ang amó nga bulúng nagalibiár sa bátà. That medicine has given some relief to the child. (see hagánhágan, pahagán-hágan).



dagát

Hiligaynon

To make seasick. Ginadagát akó. I am seasick. Ang madagatón dagatón gid, bisán hagánhágan ang linggílínggi sang sakayán. One very liable to get seasick will get seasick, even if the boat should roll only a little.


gaán-gáan

Hiligaynon

(B) Abatement, decrease, mitigation; to diminish, ease, lighten, make less; to be or become tolerable, bearable, easier to bear or carry. Nagagaángáan na ang íya mga kalisúd. His difficulties are now beginning to decrease, are abating. Gaángaána ang íya lúlan, kay diótay pa siá. Lighten his load, for he is small yet. (see hagánhágan).


hagán-hágan

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of hágan. Also adjective: Lightened, eased, bearable, sufferable, supportable, tolerable, endurable. Masakít pa ang pilás mo?-Húo, ápang hagánhágan na. Is your wound still painful?-Yes, but it is bearable now. (see gaángáan).


hágmuk

Hiligaynon

To soften, mollify, ease. (see hálmok, hagánhágan).


húgaw

Hiligaynon

To lessen, weaken, become easier to bear (of grief, pain, a strong smell, etc.). (see hagánhágan, búhin, púas).


hunágay

Hiligaynon

To feel relieved, improve, get better, be more at ease. Nagahunágay na ang ginháwa ko, kay nakainúm akó sing bulúng. I feel relieved now, for I have taken some medicine. Nagahunágay na ang ginabátyag ko. I have not so much pain now-or-I am feeling better. (see hagánhágan).


pahagán-hágan

Hiligaynon

To make easier, assuage, mitigate, alleviate, soothe, allay, comfort, soften, palliate, relieve, moderate. Pahagánhagána ang íya nga kalisúd. Assuage her grief. Console her in her distress. Ipahagánhágan sa íya nga kasubô iníng maáyo nga balítà. Soothe her sorrow with this good news. Ang bulúng nga gindápat sang médiko nagpahagánhágan sang íya sakít. The remedy applied by the doctor eased (lessened) her pain. (pa, hagánhágan).


úgdaw

Hiligaynon

To calm down, become calm or quiet, subside, die down, abate, quell. Nagúgdaw na ang kaláyo, ang íya kaákig, etc. The fire has subsided now, his anger has calmed down, etc. Paugdawá ang íya dumút. Quell his hatred. Induce him to quell his hatred. (see lúgpay, táwhay, linóng, hagánhágan).


úgdaw

Hiligaynon

To calm down, become calm or quiet, subside, die down, abate, quell. Nagúgdaw na ang kaláyo, ang íya kaákig, etc. The fire has subsided now, his anger has calmed down, etc. Paugdawá ang íya dumút. Quell his hatred. Induce him to quell his hatred. (see lúgpay, táwhay, linóng, hagánhágan).


ígong

Hiligaynon

To groan, moan. Nagaígong siá. He is moaning. Ginigóngan akó níya. He moaned in my presence, or at me. Iígong mo lang, agúd maghagánhágan ang ímo pagbátyag. Just groan softly, to relieve your feelings.


ígong

Hiligaynon

To groan, moan. Nagaígong siá. He is moaning. Ginigóngan akó níya. He moaned in my presence, or at me. Iígong mo lang, agúd maghagánhágan ang ímo pagbátyag. Just groan softly, to relieve your feelings.