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ulígyat

Hiligaynon

Mockery, jibe, sneers, contumely, derision, ridicule, scoffing, sarcasm, sarcastic (caustic, bitter sneering) remarks; to mock, deride, scoff at, jeer, jibe, laugh at, turn into ridicule, make fun of, sneer at, hiss and hoot at, mob. Ginulígyat siá sang mga táo. The men-derided him,-mocked him,-mobbed him. Si Heródes nagulígyat kay Hesús. Herod mocked Jesus. Indì mo paguligyatón ang maláut níya nga kapaláran. Don't make fun of his bad luck. (see yagutâ, uligâ).



úrsa

Hiligaynon

To stand, bear, suffer, tolerate, put up with. Indì akó kaúrsa siníng pagkáon. I cannot stand this kind of food. Daw sa índì na maúrsa ang íla maláut nga kagawián. Their bad conduct can hardly be tolerated any longer. (see batás, íro).


úrsa

Hiligaynon

To stand, bear, suffer, tolerate, put up with. Indì akó kaúrsa siníng pagkáon. I cannot stand this kind of food. Daw sa índì na maúrsa ang íla maláut nga kagawián. Their bad conduct can hardly be tolerated any longer. (see batás, íro).


himaláut

Hiligaynon

To curse, accurse, imprecate, damn, anathematize, confound, wish or invoke some evil upon. Ginahimaláut sang mga yáwà ang mga matárung. The devils curse the just. Indì ka maghimaláut sa kay bisán sín-o, bisán sa ímo mga kaáway. Do not curse anybody, not even your enemies. Indì mo paghimalaútan (-úton) ang ímo bátà. Don't curse-or-invoke evil on your child. (see panghimaláut, láut).


sumalaút

Hiligaynon

Dancer, dancing girl. (see sáut, sumaládsad, bailarína).


artísta

Hiligaynon

(Sp. artista) Artist; artisan, dancer. (see makiambúngon, bailarína, sumalaút).


bailarína

Hiligaynon

(Sp. bailarina) Dancer. (see sumalaút, sáut).


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