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huyúp

Hiligaynon

A puff or whiff of smoke, etc.; a gust-, puff-, of wind.



habús-habús

Hiligaynon

To blow, howl, strike or beat against (of wind, etc.). (see hagánus, dáldal, sámpay, mádlus, unús, huyúp).


húthut

Hiligaynon

To toot, sound, blow (a musical instrument, wind (a horn), blow into a pipe or tube, etc.). Huthutá ang kornetín. Blow the cornetin. Ihúthut akó sang klarinéte. Please play the clarinette to me. Huthutí akó nínyo sing isá ka matahúm nga sonáta. Play (by blowing) me a nice piece of music. Pahuthutá siá sang kornetín. Order him to, or let him, play the cornetin. Metaphorically: Huthutá ang háblon mo. Finish quickly the cloth you are weaving. (see húyup, húnghung, hingágaw, dúsdus).


húypan, húypon

Hiligaynon

From huyúp-to blow, etc.


húyup, huyúp

Hiligaynon

To blow, to expel the breath with some effort, to breathe upon, puff, whiff, exhale. Húypi siá. Breathe or blow upon him. Ihuyúp sa íya iníng taláyhup. Blow on him with this blowing-tube. Naghuyúp siá sa lusóng. He blew into the rice-mortar (i.e. he burned his fingers, he made trouble for himself, the result was a miserable failure or ended in his own discomfiture).


layág

Hiligaynon

To sail, set out or forge ahead under sail. Nagalayág ang sakayán sa mahínay nga húyup sang hángin. The boat is sailing before the gentle breeze.


panághoy

Hiligaynon

To sigh, moan, chirp, sough, rustle, murmur (of the wind, of leaves, of flowing water, etc); Also noun: sigh, etc. Nagapanághoy ang mga dáhon sa huyúp sang hánggin. The leaves are rustling in the wind. Ang panághoy (pagpanághoy) sang hángin. The soughing of the wind. (see lághuy, sághoy, tághoy).


síbwa

Hiligaynon

To blow, said of wind, etc. Nagasíbwa karón ang amíhan. At present the north-wind (northwind) is blowing. Ginasibwahán kitá dirí sang habágat. Here the south-wind (southwind) is fanning us. (see húyup, huyúp).


táihop

Hiligaynon

To blow through a tube, blow by means of a tube or by means of a pair of bellows. Taihopí (Táiphi) ang kaláyo. Blow the fire through a tube. (see húyup, huyúp).


bukálong

Hiligaynon

(H) To swell, become-swollen,-bloated,-inflated, to puff up, blow up. Ang balókhan sang báboy kon húypan (huyupán) sing kagíngking magabukálong. A pig's bladder, if blown up by means of a bamboo tube, will become a balloon. Ginkagát siá sang kamaláyo sa písngi kag nagbukálong. He was stung in the cheek by a kamaláyo-wasp and it swelled up. (see hábok, úkad).


dábdab

Hiligaynon

To flare up, etc. (of fire). See dabádába. Ang kaláyo kon húypon (huyúpon) sing mabáskug magadábdab. Fire, if blown strongly, will blaze.


sáy-o

Hiligaynon

To go to or visit a place (by chance, unexpectedly, for the first time); to flit through, pass, enter, waft, be wafted (of a thought, wind, or the like). Natingála akó nga nakasáy-o ka dirí sa ámon. I am surprised to see you here. I am astonished that you have come to pay us this (first) visit. Isíkway mo sa gilayón ang panumdúman sa mga buyúng kon magsáy-o sa ímo hunâhúnà, kay nagapahádluk sa ímo. Forget (Dismiss from your mind the thought of) the robbers, because you are frightened when you think (are reminded) of them. Kon maghuyúp sing mabáskug ang hángin nagasáy-o dirí ang kahumút sang mga búlak gíkan sinâ nga pamulákan. When the wind blows strongly, the fragrance of the flowers is wafted over here from that garden.