Search result(s) - kánang

kánang

Hiligaynon

To be bright, conspicuous, to shine, glisten; be dressed in bright colours. (see kánaw).



galán

Hiligaynon

(Sp. galan) Gallant, courtier, ladies' man; spruce, natty, dressy, well dressed, neat and trim; to be gallant, smart, dapper; to be bright, conspicuous, visible from afar. Galán siá. He is a gallant. He is spick and span, neat and trim, etc. Nagagalán ang íya bíste. Her dress is very conspicuous, bright, glaring, visible from a far distance. (see kánang, dáang, dagángdang, hípig, elegánte).


kakánang

Hiligaynon

Brightness of colours, conspicuousness, condition of one dressed up in bright colours. (see kánang).


kagalán

Hiligaynon

(Sp. galan) Vaunting, ostentation, display; conspicuousness of bright colours, state of being dressed in bright colours. (see kakánang).