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haráw

Hiligaynon

Whoa! an expression used to stop draught-animals, particularly buffaloes.



Hiligaynon

Woa!, an exclamation used to halt a horse. (see higá, haráw).


harawaháw

Hiligaynon

Having a thin, weak, feeble voice; to be thin, etc. (of voice). Harawaháw ang íya tíngug. His voice is weak. Nagharawaháw ang íya tíngug gíkan sa balatían. His voice has become feeble through illness. (see paragáw).


pagáw

Hiligaynon

Weak, feeble; to weaken, fail, be or become weak, particularly said of the voice. Nagpagáw na ang íya tíngug, kay mabáskog ang íya diskúrso. His voice weakened or failed (has become weak), for he delivered his discourse with great exertion. (see harawaháw, paragáw).


paragáw

Hiligaynon

Thin, weak, faint, feeble, exhausted (of voice); to be or become feeble, etc. (see harawaháw, pagáw).


pokól

Hiligaynon

To be feeble and indistinct (of speech). Nagahugút ang íya dílà kag nagapokól ang íya panghámbal. His tongue is tied and his speech scarcely intelligible (very indistinct). Sugúng na ang íya balatían kag pokól ang íya tíngug. He is now seriously ill and can scarcely talk. (see harawaháw, pagáw, paragáw).