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ígham

Hiligaynon

To hem, cough slightly (in order to attract attention, express doubt, etc.). Ighamí siá. Draw his attention by coughing slightly. Ginighamán akó níya kag sang pagbalikíd ko nagkádlaw siá. He coughed and when I looked back he smiled. Walâ ka magígham, haw! Yes, but you might have given a cough to let me know you were there! (see igáigá).



ígham

Hiligaynon

To hem, cough slightly (in order to attract attention, express doubt, etc.). Ighamí siá. Draw his attention by coughing slightly. Ginighamán akó níya kag sang pagbalikíd ko nagkádlaw siá. He coughed and when I looked back he smiled. Walâ ka magígham, haw! Yes, but you might have given a cough to let me know you were there! (see igáigá).


igá-igá

Hiligaynon

A simulated cough, hem, hum; to cough, to hem (hum) and haw, to speak in a very hesitating manner. Nagaigáigá gid lang siá. He just hems and haws. Ginigáigahán gid lang níya akó nga walâ gid siá maghámbal sing maáthag. He just kept coughing (hemming and hawing) at me without saying anything distinctly. (see ígham).


igá-igá

Hiligaynon

A simulated cough, hem, hum; to cough, to hem (hum) and haw, to speak in a very hesitating manner. Nagaigáigá gid lang siá. He just hems and haws. Ginigáigahán gid lang níya akó nga walâ gid siá maghámbal sing maáthag. He just kept coughing (hemming and hawing) at me without saying anything distinctly. (see ígham).