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masáw-a

Hiligaynon

Disgusting, loathsome, antipathetic, improper, unbecoming, exciting aversion or dislike. (see sáw-a).



másaw

Hiligaynon

To feast, attend a banquet, eat much or to one's heart's content. (see páskwa, tábad, laód, pasáy, páskon).


pamásaw

Hiligaynon

(B) Freq. and Caus. of másaw-to feast, eat well, etc. Namásaw silá dídto sa bádù. They ate well (there) at the banquet. Pamasáwa ang mga bátà. Let the children eat to their heart's content. (see pamáskwa, kánkan, paáyaw, papáskwa the Caus. of páskwa).


sáw-a

Hiligaynon

To be or become disgusting, loathsome, cause a dislike, aversion or antipathy, be improper or unbecoming, especially applied to things exposed that should be covered or hidden from view. Nasaw-ahán akó sa íya. I have taken a dislike (an antipathy) to him. Magapasáw-a (mapasáw-a) sa táo ang pagílis mo sa nabúksan nga bintánà. It will be improper (It will look bad), if you change your clothes with open windows. Ginasaw-ahán siá sa pakigsímpon sa amó nga katipúnan, kay básì nabalahúbà na ang maláut níya nga binúhat. He was ashamed (He did not like) to join that party, for (as he thought) his wicked deed may have become known already. Nagkasáw-a (nasáw-a) siá sinâ. He dislikes that. He considers it improper or unbecoming. (see láw-ay, kasáw-a, masáw-a).