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hunás

Hiligaynon

The ebb, ebb-tide, low-water, slack-water; to ebb. May hunás na, or: nagahunás ang dágat. The tide is out. The sea is at low ebb. Mapahunás kitá ánay sang dágat kag makádto sa baybáyon sa paglagáwlágaw. Let us wait for low tide and then go to the beach for a walk. Ginahunasán karón ang baybáyon. The beach is free of tide-water at present. (see táub-high tide).



hunásan

Hiligaynon

Foreshore, the part of the beach covered with water at high tide and dry at low tide. (see hunás).


lágdas

Hiligaynon

To pass, go by, be over; to recede, turn back, flow back (of the tide, etc.). (see ladás, ladáy, lubás, hunás).


táub

Hiligaynon

Flood-tide, high tide, high water; to be at high water, to flow, rise, come in (of the tide). Nagatáub ang dágat. The sea is at high tide. The tide-is coming in,-is flowing,-is rising. Nataúban kamí sa báybay. We were overtaken by the high tide, whilst we were on the beach. (see hunás-low tide).


lagúmba

Hiligaynon

A loud noise, thud, thump, bang, howling, roaring (of waves, etc.); to make a great din or noise, etc. Nagalagúmba-or-nagalinagúmba ang dalágkù nga mga balúd nga nagabúnal sang hunásan. The huge waves beating against the beach are making a noise like thunder,-are roaring,-are making a thundering noise. (see lágbong, lagábong).