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púnaw

Hiligaynon

To make or become dizzy, confused, grow weak or faint, become upset (through fear, or the like). Indì ka maglántaw sa idálum kon dídto ka sa matáas nga lingganáyan, kay mapúnaw ka gid. Don't look down when you are there on the high belfry or you will feel dizzy. Napúnaw (Nagkapúnaw) siá sang mga pilás ni Fuláno. She got a shock (fainted, was mentally confused or upset) when she saw N.N.'s wounds. (see língin, lipóng).



kapúnaw

Hiligaynon

Exhaustion, inanition, frailty, feebleness, faint. (see púnaw).


lúgtay

Hiligaynon

To be or become soft, weak, limp; to faint, swoon, collapse from weakness. (see lábtoy, labóy, lúya, lúnay, púnaw).


punawón

Hiligaynon

One who is easily upset or frightened, nervous, giddy, dizzy, timid, apprehensive, frightened out of one's wits. (see púnaw).