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ngábngab

Hiligaynon

To cry or weep aloud, wail, lament, keen, howl, roar, bawl, yell, squeal, squall, shout with pain. Nagngábngab siá, kay ginbúnal ni tátay. He howled, because he got a whipping from father. Indì ka magngábngab. Don't bawl. Ngabngabí ang ilóy mo kon ilubúng. Wail (lament) for your mother, when she is being buried. (see ngarábngab, gáab, hibî, tángís, tiyábaw).



ngarábngab

Hiligaynon

See ngábngab.


ngáwngaw

Hiligaynon

To mew, meaw, miaw (of cats); to whine, sigh, moan, weep, whimper, mewl, pule, cry aloud. (see ngábngab, tiyábaw).


ngódngod

Hiligaynon

To moan, complain, weep, cry, whimper, whine, sigh. (see ngíthil, ngóyngoy, ngábngab, gáab, bákhò, tángis, hibî, panalabíton, panalambíton).


ngóyngoy

Hiligaynon

Sigh, groan, moan, cry; to sigh, moan, weep, cry; to emit heart-stirring, plaintive or moving sounds (as a violin, zithern, or the like). Nagangóyngoy ang biolín. The violin sends forth its-heart-stirring sounds,-plaintive strains. (see tángis, hibî, ngíthil, ngábngab, gáab, bákhò, písngò).


tiyábaw

Hiligaynon

To yell, scream, howl, shriek, etc. See tiábaw. (see siagít, tiángak, ngábngab, ngáwngaw).