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kinagúbot

Hiligaynon

Stir, commotion, uproar, confusion, excitement; to make an uproar, be excited. (see gúbot).



eskándalo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. escandalo) Scandal, opprobrium, shame, filth, obscenity, indecency; commotion, tumult, row, squabble, hubbub, rumpus, scrimmage, embroglio, fracas, uproar; to be scandalous; be rowdy, turbulent, a disturber of the peace, etc. Indì ka mageskándalo. Don't create a scandal. Don't cause a scene. Don't be rowdy. Don't kick up a row. (see gamó, gáhud, kinagúlà, kagarokán, kinagúbot).


eskándalo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. escandalo) Scandal, opprobrium, shame, filth, obscenity, indecency; commotion, tumult, row, squabble, hubbub, rumpus, scrimmage, embroglio, fracas, uproar; to be scandalous; be rowdy, turbulent, a disturber of the peace, etc. Indì ka mageskándalo. Don't create a scandal. Don't cause a scene. Don't be rowdy. Don't kick up a row. (see gamó, gáhud, kinagúlà, kagarokán, kinagúbot).


gúbot

Hiligaynon

To be uneasy, restless, anxious, full of anxiety, perturbed. Used chiefly in the form kinagúbot. Nagakinagúbot ang mga táo, kay may súnug. The people are uneasy (walking about anxiously or in fear), because there is a conflagration. May kinagúbot sa bánwa. There is some restlessness (uneasy feeling) in the town. (gúbut id.).


kinagúlà

Hiligaynon

Noise, uproar, commotion, boisterous proceedings, row; to be noisy, excited, rowdy. (see gúlà, kinagamó, kagarokán, kinagúbot).