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libúg

Hiligaynon

Confused, bewildered, stupefied, dazed, troubled, bothered, flustered, disconcerted, fuddled; to be or become confused, etc. Naglibúg ang íya úlo. His mind is confused. He is in a quandary. Palígba (palibugá) siá. Perplex him. Indì mo siá pagpaímnon sing lakás nga bíno, agúd índì maglibúg ang íya úlo. Don't give him too much wine to drink, lest he should become fuddled. Yanáng makahanúsbò nga hitabû amó ang ginapalígban sang íya panumdúman. That sad event troubles his mind. (see língin, lingín).



líbug

Hiligaynon

A honey-making, fly-like insect, smaller than the bee, that makes its nest in stone-walls, trees, shrubs, etc.


alibúnung

Hiligaynon

To be giddy, dizzy, confused, upset. (see língin, aligúnung, libúg, líntong).


aligúlung

Hiligaynon

To be dizzy, giddy, confused, upset. (see libúg, língin, lingín, gómon, gomón).


káag

Hiligaynon

To flutter, be in a flurry, be at a loss what to do, want to run away, or the like. Waáy ka gid pangáman; maanó ka ábi kon abután ka sing bisíta, makáag (ka) lang? You have not made any preparations whatsoever; what will you do, if visitors should turn up, will you flurry yourself or run away? (see parápará, palágyo, libúg, líntong).


kabuláy

Hiligaynon

A kind of soft, viscous wax; wax of the líbug-wasp.


kalibúg

Hiligaynon

Confusion, dizziness, perplexity, giddiness, vertigo. (libúg).


kalilíbgan

Hiligaynon

(H) Preoccupation, distraction, state or condition of being much upset or distracted by cares, etc.; things that make one's head swim, perplexity. (libúg; see kalibúg).


lasíng

Hiligaynon

Giddy, dizzy, confused; fuddled, drunk, inebriate. (see libúg, lingín, alingógngog, hubúg, balúng).


leró-leró

Hiligaynon

(Probably from the Sp. relój) Mentally deranged, not quite normal; to "have a screw loose" somewhere. (see lingínlíngin, libúg, buangít, kolôkolô, etc.).


lígban

Hiligaynon

From libúg.


lígwan

Hiligaynon

A kind of small bee or honey-making fly. (see líbug, putyókan).


lingín

Hiligaynon

Confused, worried, perplexed, bemused, puzzled, upset, dizzy, fuddled, in a quandary. (see língin, libúg, hubúg, lipóng).


líntong

Hiligaynon

To be confused, worried, perplexed. Nagalíntong ang íya úlo karón tungúd sang íya útang. He is worried now about his debt. Nagapalíntong siá sang íya úlo. He is cudgelling his brains. (see libúg).


malibúg

Hiligaynon

Confusing, confused, bemused, perplexed, distracted, perplexing, worried, upset. (see libúg).


malilígbon

Hiligaynon

Nervous, excited, irritable, easily upset or flurried. (see libúg).


palág

Hiligaynon

Flustered, flurried, distracted; to be flustered, flurried, distracted with many cares, bewildered, preoccupied, put out, upset, to have one's head turned with a multiplicity of affairs to be attended to. Nagpalág akó tungúd sang madámù nga mga bisíta. Napalág akó, kay madámù ang mga bisíta. I am quite bewildered with so many visitors-to attend to,-to look after. (see lingín, libúg).


palalígban

Hiligaynon

Worry, trouble, difficulty, anything that-upsets,-causes confusion or worry,-is a strain upon one's nerves; problem. (see libúg, palibúg).


palibúg

Hiligaynon

To confuse, distract, disconcert, fluster, put out, upset, bewilder, cudgel one's brains, worry, be at a loss. Amó inâ ang nagpalibúg sang íya ólo. That was what-worried him,-confused his mind,-bewildered him. Nagapalibúg siá sang íya ólo sa pagpangítà sing kaluásan sa íya mga kalisúd. He is cudgelling his brains to find a way out of his difficulties. Amó inâ ang ginapalíbgan (ginapalígban) karón sang íla mga ólo. That disconcerts (worries) them for the present. Palíbga (Palibugá) ang íya ólo. Perplex or embarras him. Involve him in difficulties. Ang amó nga hitabû walâ gid magpalibúg sang íya panumdúman. Walâ gid pagpalíbga ang íya panumdúman sang amó nga hitabû. That event did not upset him in the least. (see libúg, palíngin).


purogí-ot

Hiligaynon

Upset, troubled, at a loss; to be at a loss, upset, not to know what to do or where to turn. (see libúg, lingín).


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