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míngaw

Hiligaynon

To be or become sad, dejected, pensive, dismal, doleful, dreary, downcast, lonesome, sentimental, cheerless, disconsolate, glum, desolate. Nagmíngaw iníng lugár, kútub sang paghalín sang mga táo. This place has become dreary since the departure of the people. Namingáwan akó dirí. I feel sad or lonely here in this place. (see subô).



kamíngaw

Hiligaynon

Loneliness, solitariness, dreariness, glumness, moodiness, dejection, sadness, gloom, sentimentality, melancholy, emotional feelings. (see míngaw).


makamimíngaw

Hiligaynon

Dreary, sad, doleful, sorrowful, causing a feeling of sorrow, loneliness or dejection. (see míngaw).


mamíngaw

Hiligaynon

Dreary, lonely, sad, dismal, dejected, doleful, sentimental, melancholy, mournful, gloomy, depressing, cheerless, joyless. (see míngaw).


pamíngaw

Hiligaynon

To make sad, to sadden, cause dreariness or loneliness, feel lonely, be sentimental. (pa, míngaw).


To be love-sick or heart-sick, particularly applied to lovers that are separated and long to see each other, or the like. (see pitík, míngaw).


púng-aw

Hiligaynon

Dreary, lonely, sad, lone, forlorn, solitary, unfrequented, cheerless, lorn (poetical); to become dreary, etc. Ginapung-awán akó. I feel lonely. Sádto ánay masádya iníng lugár, ápang karón nagpúng-aw na. Formerly this was a cheerful place, but now it has become lonely. (see míngaw, sím-ong).


sím-ong

Hiligaynon

Lonely, solitary, dreary; neglected, abandoned; to be lonely, etc. Nagsím-ong iníng lugár, kay walâ na pagapúy-i sang táo. This place has become lonely because it is now uninhabited, because people no longer live here. (see míngaw).


kamingáwan

Hiligaynon

See kamíngaw. Also: Things that make life lonely, sad, etc.


kamingawón

Hiligaynon

Loneliness, dejection, etc. See kamíngaw.


pamíngaw

Hiligaynon

Freq. of bíngaw. To lose a tooth; to lose the milk-teeth. Ang mga bátà nagapamínggaw. Children lose their milk-teeth.


baráy-báray

Hiligaynon

To be stiff, benumbed; to fill, crowd, confuse. Nagabaráy-báray ang ákon likód. My back is quite stiff. Nagbaráybáray sa íya painó[*space?]íno ang mamíngaw nga hándum kag masubô nga hunâhúnà. Sad reflections and dreary thoughts beset his mind. (see álay, bínhod).


kapúng-aw

Hiligaynon

Isolation, loneliness, solitariness, desolation, dreariness, dejectedness. (see púng-aw, kamíngaw, kasím-ong).


lántoy

Hiligaynon

A rustic or pastoral pipe, reed, flute; to play the flute. Ang mamíngaw nga lánton sang íya nga lántoy nakapanalúpsup sa íla tagiposóon. The sad tune of his flute went to their hearts, touched them deeply. (see lánton, lánglang, tulálay, etc.).


paláw

Hiligaynon

To end, stop, terminate, cease, close, finish, conclude, cause to cease, put a stop to, bring to an end, put an end to, said especially of troubles and difficulties. Palawá ang íya kalisúd. Put a stop to his distress. Ipaláw iníng kalingáwlingáwan sa íya kasubô. Make use of this diversion to make her stop mourning. Ang pagabút ni tátay nagpaláw sang íya nga kamíngaw. The arrival of father was the end of her loneliness. Ginpaláw sang diósnon nga kaló-oy ang íya makahanúsbò nga kahimtángan. The mercy of God granted that his pitiable condition should end. (see paráw).


salayó

Hiligaynon

(H) Inhabited, occupied; to live or dwell in, to be inhabited, have social intercourse, frequent, visit, use. Salayó iníng lugár. This place is inhabited, is much frequented or visited, is full of life. Nagmíngaw iníng lugár, kay walâ na pagasaláywi (pagasalayohí) sang táo. This place has become dreary, for it is no longer inhabited. (see daní, damít, sayó, sabúy).