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kápoy

Hiligaynon

To tire, fatigue, weary, knock up, wear out, exhaust, weaken. Nakápoy (kinápoy) siá. He was exhausted (tired). Ginakápoy (ginakapóyan) akó. I am getting tired. Ang amó nga pagpangabúdlay nagpakápoy sa íya. That drudgery wore him out, knocked him up. (see lúya, lúyà, pául, álay, búdlay).



kapóy

Hiligaynon

Tired, exhausted, weak, worn out, done up, fatigued, weary, knocked up, jaded, spent. Kapóy na siá. He is tired out. (see paúl, luyâ).


álay

Hiligaynon

Stiffness, tiredness; to be or become stiff and tired from a long walk, overwork or the like, said especially of limbs and muscles. Nagálay ang íya páa. His leg has become stiff. Naalayán akó. I am stiff and tired. Metaphorically: Ginaalayán akó siníng mga bátà. I am getting tired of,-disgusted with-, these children. (see kápoy, kotóy, páol).


búdlay

Hiligaynon

Fatigue, hard work, toil, drudgery; to tire, require great exertions. Kon magkáli ka sing bubón pagabudlayón ka gid. If you dig a water-hole you will get very tired. Ginbúdlay or binúdlay níya akó. He tired me out, he required much work or great exertions from me. Indì mo siá pagbudlayón (pagpabudlayón) sing támà. Don't overwork him. Don't tire him out. Ginpangabudlayán ko sing dakû ang pagpatíndog siníng baláy. I had much work and trouble in putting up this house. Indì ka magdalá sing kahíkaw sa kinabudlayán sang ibán. Don't envy others what they get by much exertion. (see pangabúdlay, lúyà, rúyà, pául, kápoy, álay).


dápol

Hiligaynon

To tire, fatigue, exhaust, spend, weaken, enfeeble, weary, knock up. Ginadápol akó sang paglakát, sang pangabúdlay, etc. I am getting tired of walking, am fatigued with work, etc. Dinápol akó. I became weak, feeble, exhausted, jaded, done up. (see kápoy, lúyà, pául).


hanás

Hiligaynon

To be weary, exhausted, tired out, fatigued, done or knocked up, prostrated, spent. Indì mo akó ánay paghambalán, kay nagahanás ang ginháwa ko. Don't talk to me now for I am quite done up. Nahanasán akó sang ákon ginháwa kahápon sing hápon sa lakás nga pagtánum. Yesterday evening I was quite tired out with the long bout of rice-planting. (see lúyà, kápoy, pául).


kakápoy

Hiligaynon

Exhaustion, tiredness, weakness, fatigue, languor, lassitude. (see kápoy, kabúdlay, kaálay, kapául, kalúyò, kalúya, kakúlì).


kotóy

Hiligaynon

To tire, exhaust; tired, exhausted, stiff as from walking, etc. Ginakotóy akó. I am tired. (see kápoy, kapóy, álay, pául, paúl).


lápiò

Hiligaynon

To tire, exhaust, weaken. Nalápiò siá sa lakát. He got tired from walking. Palapioá siá. Tire him out. Make him tired. (see lúyà, kápoy, búdlay, lábtoy, pául).


luyâ

Hiligaynon

(H) Tired, exhausted, wearied, fatigued, done up. (see kapóy, paúl, nabúdlay).


lúyà

Hiligaynon

(H) To fatigue, fag, tire, weary, become tired, fagged or weary. Nalúyà (nagkalúyà) siá sang paglakát. He got tired from walking. (see kápoy, búdlay, pául).


piláy-pílay

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of piláy. Also: to tire, exhaust, fatigue. (see búdlay, álay, pául, kápoy, lúya).


túyaw

Hiligaynon

To weaken, tire, get exhausted. Natúyaw siá. He got tired. (see lúya, lúyà, kápoy, pául, búdlay).


póypoy

Hiligaynon

To weaken, get or become weak, feeble, enfeeble. Napóypoy (Nagkapóypoy) ang bútkon ko. My arm got weak. (see púypuy, álay, lúya, pígaw).