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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).



ngódngod

Hiligaynon

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


ngoloyngóyon

Hiligaynon

Sob, whine, plaintive voice, sigh; to sob, whine, sigh. (see ngóyngoy).


ngúynguy

Hiligaynon

See ngóyngoy-sigh, groan, etc.


singô

Hiligaynon

To sob, blubber, sigh. (see hibubún-ot, písngò, ngóyngoy).


y

Hiligaynon

The letter "Y" in Visayan, as in English, is sometimes a consonant, sometimes a vowel. In both cases it is pronounced as in English. As a vowel "Y" forms diphtongs with a, o, u, e.g. in the words "may", "ngóyngoy," "púypuy".


diringóyngoy

Hiligaynon

(B) Not good, of a bad or inferior kind, left or rejected, (as things left over after the good ones have been chosen). Indì ka magbakál sing mga páhò nga diringóyngoy. Don't buy left-over mangoes.


senísa

Hiligaynon

(Sp. ceniza) Ash. Miércoles de Senísa. Ash-Wednesday. Also: remnants, remains, residue, especially said of fruit left after what is good has been taken. (see abó, bilín, diringóyngoy).