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kíbut

Hiligaynon

To pout, murmur, complain. (see kúmud).



kíbut

Hiligaynon

To mutter, murmur, utter indistinctly. Nagakíbut siá sing mga palangadíon. He is muttering some prayers.


kibút

Hiligaynon

(H) To get a shock, be surprised, be startled, to start, jump. Nakibút siá sang pagkabatî níya siná. He got a shock when he heard that. (see kayás, panguyús, pangyós, kuyús).


dispánto

Hiligaynon

(Sp. espanto) Shock, consternation, fright, horror, dismay; to dread, stand aghast, be appalled, horrified, dismayed, shocked; to terrify, cause consternation, etc. (see kuyús, hanguyús, kúgmat, kibút, lísang).


espánto

Hiligaynon

(Sp. espanto) Fright, affright, shock, consternation, dread, fear, alarm, terror, dismay. (see kakúgmat, kalísang, kahádluk, kuyús, kibút, panguyús).


espánto

Hiligaynon

(Sp. espanto) Fright, affright, shock, consternation, dread, fear, alarm, terror, dismay. (see kakúgmat, kalísang, kahádluk, kuyús, kibút, panguyús).


kayánghag

Hiligaynon

Shock, start, surprise; to be shocked or surprised. (see kibút, pamalúng, hanguyús, búlung, tingála).


kayás

Hiligaynon

To be taken by surprise, be startled, be taken aback, receive a shock. Nakayás siá. He was taken by surprise-or-he was startled. (see kuyús, hanguyús, kibút, pangyós, panglígbos).


kíbang

Hiligaynon

To tremble, be shocked; to astonish, surprise, take aback. Kiníbang siá. He was taken by surprise, was taken aback. (see kibút, tingála).


kibút-kíbut

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of kibút. Also: To quiver, tremble, move in agitation. Nagakibútkíbut ang íya bibíg. His lips are quivering.


kígbut

Hiligaynon

See kibút, kíbut.


kilibúton

Hiligaynon

Nervous, excitable, easily upset; surprising, shocking, startling. (see kibút).


kúnyag

Hiligaynon

Surprise, excitement, sudden joy or astonishment; to shake or tremble with joy or pleasure, be surprised or astonished. Nagakúnyag siá sa kalípay, kay may bág-o siá nga bestído kag madalî na lang ang pándut. She is quite excited with joy, for she has a new frock and the feast-day is near. Nagkulúnyag silá sang pagbáton níla sang amó nga balítà. When they received that news they were (pleasurably) surprised. Ang íya nga pagdaúg nagpakúnyag sa íya mga ábyan. His victory gave great joy (pleasure, satisfaction) to his friends. (see kibút).


lísang

Hiligaynon

To be terrified, shocked, frightened, affrighted, impressed with sudden fear, alarmed, scared, dismayed, appalled, filled with great fear or terror, inspired with awe, frightened out of one's-wits,-senses,-seven senses. Nalísang siá sang paglínog. Nagkalísang siá sang paglínog. He was filled with terror (was full of consternation) at the earthquake. Ginkalísang níya ang kaláyo. Nagpalísang sa íya ang kaláyo. The fire struck him with awe. Indì mo siá pagpalisángon. Don't terrify him. (see hádluk, kibút, kúlbà, kúgmat, panglígbus, panguyús, kibút, ngídlis).


makilibúton

Hiligaynon

Nervous, excitable, easily agitated, soon upset or afraid for the slightest reason. (see kibút).


urúng

Hiligaynon

To astonish, surprise, cause admiration, shock. Naurungán siá. He was surprised. (see búlung, tingála, kibút, oróng).


palanglígbos

Hiligaynon

(H) To shudder, receive a shock or fright that makes one's hair stand on end. (see panglígbos, kibút, hanguyús).


sústo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. susto) Shock, surprize, start, astonishment, scare, fright. (see kuyús, panguyús, pángyos, kibút, tingála).


urúng

Hiligaynon

To astonish, surprise, cause admiration, shock. Naurungán siá. He was surprised. (see búlung, tingála, kibút, oróng).


yánghag

Hiligaynon

Staring, gaping; to stare, gape, be surprised, be taken aback, be astounded, to startle. (see pamalúng, búlung, tingála, kibút).


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