Search result(s) - límug

tíngug

Hiligaynon

(H) Voice, speech, sound; call, summons, dictates. Ang íya tíngug malúya (mabáskug). He has a feeble (strong) voice. His voice is weak (powerful). Ang tíngug sang konsiénsya. The dictates of conscience. Ang tíngug sang Diós. The voice of God. (see límug, paníngug, tingúg).



tingúg

Hiligaynon

To voice, utter, speak, say, give expression to. (see limúg, paningúg, hámbal, púlong).


tóno

Hiligaynon

(Sp. tono) Tone, tune, key. (see túnug, tunúg, tíngug, límug, púnto).


alimúgtaw

Hiligaynon

To sleep restlessly or brokenly, awake frequently and at short intervals, sleep only a little at a time; restless, broken, (of sleep). Nagalimúgtaw ang bátà nga masakít. The sick child slept restlessly. Alimúgtaw gid lámang ang íya katulúgon. His sleep was very restless, he slept but little, he awoke every now and again, (see búgtaw, alumílaw).


pangalímug

Hiligaynon

(B) The way one speaks, quality of one's voice (in speaking); to speak. (see límog, pangatingúg, paníngug, paningúg, panlímug-quality of one's voice in singing).


pangalimúg

Hiligaynon

To wash or rinse out one's mouth, to gargle. Pangalimúg (magpangalimúg, mangalimúg) ka ánay sing túbig. First wash out your mouth. Ari ang túbig nga inogpangalimúg (ipangalimúg). Here is the water for rinsing out the mouth with.


panglimúg

Hiligaynon

See pangalimúg-to rinse out or wash one's mouth, etc.


panlímug

Hiligaynon

(B) Quality of one's voice (in singing). (see pangalímug).