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kuyáw

Hiligaynon

To shun, avoid, dislike, have nothing to do with, keep away from, keep aloof, withdraw, especially applied to a woman who shuns her husband or who shuns the society of men in general. Ginakuyawán siá níya. She shuns him. (see aklihís, likáw).



aklihís

Hiligaynon

To shun, shrink from, draw back, avoid being touched or taken hold of. Nagaklihís siá sa ákon. He shrank from me, drew back from me. Aklihisí siá. Shun him. Avoid him. Don't go near him. Paaklihisá si akáy mo sa kay Fuláno. Order or tell your darling girl to keep away from N.N. (see líkaw, likáw, kuyáw).


líkaw, likáw

Hiligaynon

To avoid, shun, keep away from, eschew, steer-, keep-, clear of, fight shy of, evade, elude, have nothing to do with, let alone. Maglikáw ka sa mga maláut. Likawán mo ang mga maláut. Shun the wicked. Keep away (aloof) from bad people. Likawí ang kaupdánan nga maláin sing batásan. Avoid companions of bad habits. Ilikáw (ilíkaw) sa íya iníng masakít nga táo, agúd índì níya makítà. Hide this sick man from him, lest he should see him. Makalikáw (makalíkaw) ka sang amó nga katalágman, kon--. You can escape that danger, if--. Linikawán níya akó. He avoided (meeting, coming together with) me. (see aklihís, kuyáw).


makinuyáwon

Hiligaynon

Shy, bashful, avoiding the society of men. (see kuyáw).