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gárbo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. garbo) Elegance, ease, distinction, dignity, graceful carriage or demeanour; to have or show elegant airs or gracefulness; show off, pretend, put on airs, give oneself airs, assume superiority, be pretentious, natty, genteel. Garbohí siá. Show him your graceful bearing. Indì ka magpagárbo. Don't be ostentatious, don't show off. Sang pagkitaáy námon buót siá magpagárbo sa ákon. When we met she wanted to impress me with her elegance. (see aíre, padayáw, kiáykíay, kisáykísay, etc.).



likî

Hiligaynon

To move one's shoulders up and down gracefully or ostentatiously. A kind of native folk dance in which the shoulders are moved in such fashion. Nagalikî siá kon maglakát. She moves her shoulders up and down in walking. (see kisáykísay, kiáykíay).


pangiáy-kíay

Hiligaynon

To strut, walk pompously or ostentatiously, swagger, walk with a lofty, proud gait or with affected dignity. (see kiáykíay).


timô-tímò

Hiligaynon

(B) Dignified, solemn, stately, strutting; to strut, walk about in a stately manner, prance, flaunt, have a proud air or gait. The form patimôtímò is mostly used. Kon madálig gánì ang ulús na, dáyon na gid patimôtímò. (Kon matahúm gánì ang íya panápton dáyon gid níya paugdángúgdang (patolotískug sang íya líog). Whenever she has on a nice dress, she walks about with a dignified air. (see kiáykíay, liád, biád-*ad, biádbíad).