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ngítngit

Hiligaynon

Sting, prick, heart-ache, compunction; to sting, prick, be or become difficult to bear, troublous, hard. Nagngítngit ang íya pangabúhì karón. Nangitngitán siá sang pangabúhì karón. He is having a hard time of it now. His life is at present full of hardships. (see lisúd, lapígot, ngótngot).



kangítngit

Hiligaynon

Heartache, desolation, compunction, sorrow, pain, darkness, distress. (ngítngit).


mangítngit

Hiligaynon

Troublous, boiling, throbbing, pricking, stinging, stabbing, gnawing, hard to bear or suffer. Mangítngit nga pangabúhì. A troublous or hard life. Mangítngit nga konsiénsya. A conscience that pricks. (see ngítngit, malisúd, mangótngot).


ngótngot

Hiligaynon

Sting, prick, throbbing, compunction; to throb, beat, trouble, sting, prick, perplex, gnaw at. Nagangótngot ang íya hubág, ang íya tagiposóon, etc. His ulcer, his heart, etc. is throbbing. Ginangotngotán siá sang íya konsyénsya. His conscience is gnawing him, troubles or perplexes him. Ang íya nga ginhímò nagapangótngot karón sang íya kalág. What he did fills his soul now with remorse. (see ngítngit).


kangítngitán

Hiligaynon

See kangítngit. Also: Things that cause heartache, etc.


mangótngot

Hiligaynon

Palpitating, quivering, throbbing (of wounds, the conscience, etc.). (see ngótngot, mangítngit).