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kahám-ut

Hiligaynon

(H) Fun, pleasure, enjoyment, gaiety, cheerfulness, pleasantry that excites laughter. Dakû gid ang íla kahám-ut sádto nga hámbal. They heartily enjoyed that remark. They laughed very much at that (witty) expression or saying. (see hám-ut).



alingá-ut

Hiligaynon

See alingása id.


alingása

Hiligaynon

Noise, hubbub, clamour, disturbance; disturbing, trying or tiringly noisy, even if not very loud; to be or get noisy, said of children in school, of people talking and laughing during a discourse, in a theatre, meeting or the like. Alingása nga kagáhud! Kaalingása siníng mga táo. What a noise! How noisy these men are. Naalingasáhan akó sa íya. He became a nuisance to me on account of the disturbing noise he made. Indì kamó magalingása. Don't make a noise. Don't be noisy. (see alingá-ut id.).


hám-ut

Hiligaynon

(H) To excite laughter, make fun, be or make hilarious, entertain pleasurably. Nahám-ut kamí sang íya sugilánon. We laughed heartily at what he said. We listened with pleasure to his story. (see makahalám-ut, kalaham-után).


kahalam-útan

Hiligaynon

Complacency, pleasure in, delight, satisfaction. (see hamúot, kahám-ut).


Glee, cheer, pleasure, fun; laughable, comic, gleeful, cheerful, cheery, pleasant, funny; motive or cause of complacency, things exciting great fun or laughter. (see hám-ut).


káham

Hiligaynon

To touch, feel. (see ipangaláham). The simple káham seems to be out of use.


kaham-útan

Hiligaynon

(H) Pleasure, enjoyment, things pleasing or funny.


kaham-utánan

Hiligaynon

(H) See kahalam-útan, kaham-útan.


kaláham

Hiligaynon

To touch, feel. (see káham, láham, ipangaláham).


kalaham-után

Hiligaynon

(H) Merriment, pleasure, pleasantry, fun, mirth, drollery, buffoonery, things that excite laughter and merriment. (see hám-u, kahám-ut, kaham-útan, kaham-utánan, makahalám-ut).


la-út

Hiligaynon

To remain or last long (said of diseases, debts, etc.).


láham

Hiligaynon

To touch, feel. Laháma siá. Touch him. Lahámi siá sa bútkon. Touch him on the arm. (see híkap, kúhit, káblit, etc.; ipangaláham, káham).


laút, la-út

Hiligaynon

(H) Nausea, aversion, loathing; to be nauseated, loathe, sicken, be disgusted, feel like vomiting. Nagalaút ang ákon ginháwa. I feel like vomiting. Nagalaút ang ákon ginháwa sinâ, ginalaután sang ákon ginháwa inâ. That makes me feel sick,-smells to me bad,-sickens me,-disgusts me. (see lóod).


láut, lá-ut

Hiligaynon

(H) Badness, wretchedness, viciousness, malice, wickedness; to be, become or make wicked, bad, malicious, depraved, miserable, wretched, to deteriorate, degenerate, worsen, change for the worse. Nagláut ang íya batásan sa Manílà. He contracted bad habits in Manila. Ginláut sang maláin nga kaupdánan ang kagawián ni Fuláno. Bad company perverted N.N.'s character. (see láin, kalalát-an).


makahalám-ut

Hiligaynon

(H) Delightful, delicious, pleasing, pleasant, funny, ridiculous, laughable, exciting laughter, comic, comical, amusing, exhilarating. (see hám-ut).


makakaládlaw

Hiligaynon

(H) Ridiculous, comic, laughable, risible, ludicrous, comical, amusing, exciting laughter, causing merriment, funny. (see kádlaw, makahalám-ut).


ótok

Hiligaynon

To laugh, to be tickled. Nagótok siá sa dakû nga kahám-ut. He laughed with great glee. He was tickled to death. (see kádlaw, halákhak, talángkaw).


ótok

Hiligaynon

To laugh, to be tickled. Nagótok siá sa dakû nga kahám-ut. He laughed with great glee. He was tickled to death. (see kádlaw, halákhak, talángkaw).


panáb-ut

Hiligaynon

Freq. of dáb-ut-to reach, etc. (see panáwhat, pangáb-ot).


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