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páhug

Hiligaynon

To intimidate, inculcate fear, inspire with fear, menace, scare, threaten, alarm, startle, strike fear in, put in fear, frighten. Pahúga siá. Intimidate (menace) him. Ipáhug sa íya ang bastón. Threaten him with the stick. Ginpáhug níya ang mga bátà sa pagsilíng sa íla nga hanóton silá kon índì silá magpahimóyong. He made the children afraid by telling them that they would get a whipping, if they did not keep quiet. (see pahádluk).



dámpug

Hiligaynon

A dark cloud, shadow; phantom, anything the presence of which intimidates or inspires fear; to pursue, follow or be present at (ready to take sides or interfere), dispirit, discourage, daunt, check. Walâ silá makamáy-om nga sa malayô nagapaháyag na ang maitúm nga dámpug sang kalisúd. They could not guess that in the distance a dark cloud of impending trouble was appearing. Nagdámpug siá sa íla nga pagsúay, pakigáway, etc. He was present (and acted as a check) on their quarrelling, fighting, etc. Dampugí silá. Go after them. Pursue them. Be present at their meeting (in order to daunt them, interfere if necessary, etc.). (see gál-um, pangánod, túgpa, támbong, lagás, páhug).


pamáhug

Hiligaynon

Freq. of páhug-to intimidate, frighten, scare, threaten, daunt, overawe, deter by threats.


pahugáw

Hiligaynon

To let off steam, to let steam or odours escape from a closed receptacle. Pahugawá ang tiníg-ang. Let the steam of the boiling rice escape. (pa, hugáw). (see pahungáw, pasungáw id.).


pahúgaw

Hiligaynon

To lessen the pressure of, ease, mitigate, allay, comfort, moderate, assuage, alleviate. Pahugáwa ang íya kasákit. Allay his grief. Ipahúgaw sa íya kasubô ang mga nagakasarîsárì nga kalingáwlingáwan. Ease her sorrow by various distractions or diversions. (pa, húgaw).


pahúgnà

Hiligaynon

To stop, or prevent, a hen from brooding. Pahugnaá iníng mungá. Don't allow this hen to brood. Ginapahúgnà ang mga mungâ sa (kon) tingádlaw. Hens are prevented from breeding (by taking their eggs away) during the dry season. (see húgnà).


búngga

Hiligaynon

To jump at, charge, pounce-, swoop down-, upon, make a dash for, but without actually touching the victim. Ginbúngga akó sang amô, idô, báboy, etc. The monkey, dog, pig, made a jump at me. Bunggahá siá sa pagpáhug sa íya. Jump at him in order to intimidate (frighten) him. Binúngga sang talonón ang mangangáyam. The wild pig charged the hunter.


hubúg

Hiligaynon

Drunk, intoxicated, boozed, inebriated, fuddled, etc. etc.; to be or become drunk. Nahubúg siá kahápon. He was drunk yesterday. Ginpahubúg siá ni Fuláno. N.N. made him drunk. Indì mo siá pagpahúgbon (pagpahúbgon). Don't make him drunk. Don't let him get drunk. Mga ilímnon nga makahulúbug. Intoxicating liquors. Strong drinks. (see balúng).


húgà, hugâ

Hiligaynon

To tire, tire out, exhaust, fatigue. Nahúga siá. He got tired. Ginhúgà siá sang trabáho. He got tired from work. Hugaá (pahugaá) siá sa trabáho. Tire him out with work. (see hágò, búdlay).


húgas

Hiligaynon

To rinse, wash, clean, cleanse with water. Hugási ang báso. Rinse the glass (with water). Mahúgas pa akó ánay sang ákon tiíl. First I am going to wash my feet. Ihúgas iníng túbig sa pínggan. Use this water to clean the plates with. Hinugásan níla ang mga kópa. They cleaned the wine-glasses (with water). Ihúgas akó siníng supéra. Kindly clean this soup-tureen for me. Ipahúgas iníng mga báso sa mutsátso. Have these glasses cleaned by the servant-or-Order the servant to clean these glasses.


húgmay

Hiligaynon

To soften, make flexible or pliable, to become soft or flexible. Naghúgmay na ang tabákò nga kigás. The dry tobacco has become soft. Pahugmayá ang ímo tagiposóon. Let your heart be softened. (see hómok, hálmok).


húgnà

Hiligaynon

Period, season, time; to time, regulate as to time. (see pahúgnà, húgnat).


húgpà

Hiligaynon

To alight, perch, land, come to rest (especially of birds). Nahugpaán sang manók ang ugá. The chickens alighted on the dry rice. Ang píspis naghúgpà sa atóp sang ámon baláy. The bird perched on the roof of our house. Indì mo pagpahugpaón ang mga manók sa humáy. Don't permit the chickens to alight on the rice-or-don't allow the chickens to tread on the rice.


húgum

Hiligaynon

To steep in, pervade, diffuse, saturate with (odours, etc.). Ang kahumút sang habón naghúgum sa mga panápton nga sa sulúd sang baúl. The scent of the soap suffused the clothes in the trunk. Nahugúman ang íya ulús sang bahô sang binódo. Her clothes are saturated with the smell of salt fish. Ihúgum (ipahúgum) iníng pahumút sa ákon mga panápton. Scent my clothes with this perfume. Nahúgum gid siá sang amó nga pagtoloóhan. He is steeped in that creed-or: He is a votary of that creed. (see lúgum, húpug).


padorós

Hiligaynon

To turn up one's eyes, so as to show the white of the eyes. Nagapadorós siá sang íya mga matá. He is turning up his eyes. Indì mo pagpadorosón ang ímo mga matá. Don't turn up your eyes. Padorosí siá sang ímo mga matá sa pagpáhug sa íya. Turn up your eyes at him, in order to intimidate him or make him afraid. Nagpadorós lang siá sang íya mga matá kag nabúgtò ang íya ginháwa. He just turned up his eyes and breathed his last. (pa, dorós).


pahubúg

Hiligaynon

To make drunk, intoxicate, inebriate, fuddle. Indì mo siá pagpahúgbon. Don't make him drunk. Mga ilímnon nga nagapahubúg. Alcoholic drinks, intoxicating beverages, strong drinks. (pa, hubúg).


pamúdlat

Hiligaynon

To stare at, glare at, look at with goggle-eyes. Pamudlatí ang bátà sa pagpáhug sa íya. Look fierce at the boy in order to frighten (scare, intimidate) him.