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lóod

Hiligaynon

A nauseating stench; to have or feel a nauseating smell. Nagalóod ang ginháwa ko. I feel like vomiting. Naloóran (-ódan) akó siníng kabahô. I feel sick on account of this bad smell.



asíg

Hiligaynon

To despise, abhor, insult grievously, abominate. Sín-o ang nagasíg sa ímo? Who insulted you? Ginaasigán níya ang amó nga batásan. He abominates such habits. (see ngíl-ad, támay, lóod).


laút, la-út

Hiligaynon

(H) Nausea, aversion, loathing; to be nauseated, loathe, sicken, be disgusted, feel like vomiting. Nagalaút ang ákon ginháwa. I feel like vomiting. Nagalaút ang ákon ginháwa sinâ, ginalaután sang ákon ginháwa inâ. That makes me feel sick,-smells to me bad,-sickens me,-disgusts me. (see lóod).


makalulúod

Hiligaynon

Emitting a stench, stinking, evil-smelling, fetid, nauseating, abominable, horrible, exciting loathing or aversion. (see lóod).


ngíl-ad

Hiligaynon

To loathe, recoil, be sickened, nauseated or revolted, abhor, feel like vomiting or have an aversion to, to detest, abominate, hate, feel repugnance to. Nagakangíl-ad akó sa pagtán-aw sang líntà. I hate to see (look upon) a leech. Dílì takús igkangíl-ad ang pagsagúd sa mga masakít. One should not show one's repugnance in attending on the sick. Ginangil-arán akó sang ípot sang kuríng. I feel like vomiting at the sight of a cat's dirt. (see taká, súm-od, lóod).


panghimalóod

Hiligaynon

Loathing, abomination, detestation; to loathe, abominate, abhor, detest. Ginapanghimalóod níya ang batásan ni Fuláno. He abominates N.N.'s conduct. Nagapanghimalóod siá siníng pagkáon. He detests this food. (see lóod).


panghilóod

Hiligaynon

See panghimalóod-to loathe, etc.


aligótgot

Hiligaynon

Resentment, ill feeling, grudge, anger, animosity, umbrage, pique, ill-, bad-, blood, ill-will, to bear-, owe-, a grudge, harbour or nurse resentment, to be angry, have an ill feeling. May aligótgot siá sa ákon. He has a grudge against me. Indì mo siá pagaligotgotán. Don't bear him any resentment. Nagaaligótgot siá sa kay Fuláno, kay walà níya pagtumána ang íya ginsáad. He has an ill feeling against N.N. because he did not fulfil his promise. (see ákig, súnggud, súngon).


alipúngot

Hiligaynon

Rage, fury, wrath, passion, great resentment, frenzy of anger or revenge, exasperation; to be wild with rage or resentment, to fly into a-rage,-passion, etc. May alipúngot siá or nagaalipúngot siá tungud nga ginbutangbutángan siá sang mga táo. He is wild with rage at having been slandered by the people. Ginaalipúngtan níya ang paglibák sa íya. He very much resents detraction. Ginalipúngtan níya ang mga naglibák sa íya. He felt great resentment against his detractors. Ginsúmbag ko siá kay inalipúngot akó. I struck him because my blood was boiling.


ánao

Hiligaynon

Deluge, flood; to deluge, flood. Dáw maánao. It looks as if a deluge is coming. (see ánaw id.).


bádlan

Hiligaynon

From balúd for baludán. To be caught-, overrun-, overtaken-, struck-, washed-, by waves. Nabádlan siá. He was caught in a storm. He was overtaken-, detained-, delayed-, by a flood or bad weather. "Daw ginabádlan siá" means: He is in a great hurry, (as if running for his life before pursuing waves, or the like).


bahâ

Hiligaynon

A swell on a river, freshet, spait, spate, flood, inundation, rising of water in a stream; to swell, etc. Nagbahâ ang subâ. The river was swollen,-was in spate. Nabahaán kamí. We were-overtaken by the flood,-kept by the flood (so that we could not come, etc.). Walâ silá magabút, kay binahaán sang subâ nga walá gid makatabók. They did not come, because the river ran so high that they could not cross.


bahâ-bahâ

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of bahâ. A small inundation, a slight-rise,-flood,-swell.


To flow, stream, pour, issue (of blood, perspiration, etc.). (see ílig, ágay, sagáhay).


balingasó

Hiligaynon

To have bloodshot eyes, to look fierce, have fiery or glaring eyes, to be half-blinded by passion, heat or excitement. Ang panúluk siníng táo nagabalingasó. The eyes of this man are fiery, glaring, blazing. Sang pagkasáyod níya siní, nangákig siá kag dáyon nagbalingasó ang íya mga matá. When he heard this, he got angry and his eyes immediately became inflamed with fury or rage.


bánà

Hiligaynon

(B) Opinion, guess, surmise, thought; to think, guess, opine, surmise. Ginabánà ko nga magaulán karón sa hápon. I guess it will rain this afternoon. Sa ákon bánà índì siá makatabók sa subâ, kay may bahâ. In my opinion he cannot cross the river, because it is in flood. (see bántà).


bangón

Hiligaynon

The principal external abdominal blood-vessels, the right and left epigastric artery.


búay

Hiligaynon

To flow abundantly (of blood, tears, perspiration, etc.). (see búgwak, búswit, busawák, butaróg, tululágay, talabirís).


bugáhay

Hiligaynon

To flow over, overflow, flow-out,-off. Nagabugáhay ang túbig. The water overflows. Sang pagtokád ko sináng bakólod nagbugáhay gid lang ang ákon bálhas. When I ascended that hill, my perspiration flowed in streams. Ginpabugáhay níla ang túbig sa talámnan. They caused the water to flow over the field. Pabugaháya ang túbig. Let the water flow-or-cause the water to flow. Pabugaháyi ang humáy sing túbig. Flood the rice-field. (see sagáhay, áwas, ílig, balagáhay).


búgwak

Hiligaynon

To flow freely, flow in a streamlet, flow profusely (of menorrhagia, etc.). Nagabúgwak ang dugô sa íya pilás. The blood is flowing copiously from his wound. (see búswit, busawít, busawák; talabirís, tululágay).


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