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pahamúot

Hiligaynon

To please, content, delight, gratify, satisfy, gain one's good will, give or afford pleasure, be pleasing to, give satisfaction, make a good impression. Ang walâ sing pagtóo índì makapahamúot sa Diós. Those without Faith cannot please God. Ipahamúot mo sa Diós ang ímo mga buluhatón sa pagdalá sa gihápon sing maáyo nga katuyoán. Make your work pleasing to God by constantly forming a good intention. Sa walâ sing pagtóo índì mahímo ang pagpahamúot sa Diós. Without Faith it is impossible to please God. (see hamúot).



hamúot

Hiligaynon

To be pleased or gratified; pahamúot-to please, gratify, delight, show affection or good will. Magpahamúot ka sa ímo isigkatáo. Try to please your neighbour. Pinahamút-an níya si Fuláno. He showed good will to-, tried or wished to please-, N.N. Ginahamútan sang Mahál nga Diós ang mga pangamúyò sang mga matárung. God is pleased with the prayers of the just. Nagakahamúot silá sinâ. They like it, are pleased with it. Takús nímo igkahamúot inâ. You should (ought to) be pleased with it. (see buút, hamút-ay).


mapinahamut-ánon

Hiligaynon

Obliging, pleasing, considerate, thoughtful, ingratiating, tactful, regardful. (see buút, hamúot, pahamúot).