Search result(s) - hungáyhungáy

huyó-huyó

Hiligaynon

Bad, poor, wretched, miserable, weak, etc. See hungáyhungáy, huyúthúyut.



huyú-huyú

Hiligaynon

Famished, starved, hungry; to famish, get weak or exhausted from lack of food, starve. Naghuyúhuyú siá kahápon sa gútum. Yesterday he was quite exhausted from hunger. (see hungáyhungáy).


pigáy-pígay

Hiligaynon

Staggering, wabbling, toddling; to stagger, toddle, wabble, wobble, totter, waddle. (see balúdbálud, hungáyhungáy).


hungáy-hungáy

Hiligaynon

To be feeble, weak, exhausted (from sickness, lack of food, overwork, etc.); to trudge, walk with an effort or with feeble steps. Naghungáyhungáy siá sa dálan. He trudged along the road. Nagahungáyhungáy siá sa gútum. He is exhausted from hunger. (see lúya, etc.).