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pamuyáyaw

Hiligaynon

Freq. of buyáyaw-to curse and swear, etc.



dógsan

Hiligaynon

(B) To be angry, flare up; scold, abuse, upbraid, blow up, give expression in strong language to one's excited feelings. Indì ka magdógsan. Don't flare up. Don't get exasperated. Gindogsanán níya akó. He gave me a good scolding. (see ákig, kárà, pangárà, pamúsa, pamulúgso, pamuyáyaw).


híbag

Hiligaynon

Dissent, discord, disagreement, quarrelling, altercation, fighting, falling out; to dissent, disagree, quarrel, altercate, fight, fall out. Nagahíbag silá. They have a disagreement. Sín-o ang ginhíbag mo kahápon sing hápon, kay nabatián ko ang mapúrus mo nga pamuyáyaw? Whom did you quarrel with last evening, for I heard your loud abusive language? (see súay, síbag, áway, banggiánay, úpas).


pamúlag

Hiligaynon

(H) Freq. of púlag. To remonstrate, expostulate with, scold, talk loudly and excitedly, speak in anger. Anáno ang ímo ginapamúlag? What is the reason of your using strong language? Why are you talking so excitedly? (see pamúrag, pamúsa, pamulúgsò, puyas, pamuyáyaw).


pamurúg

Hiligaynon

To be indignant, cross, offended; to scold, chide, rebuke harshly. (see púgwat, pamúyas, pamuyáyaw, ákig, súnggud).


pírik

Hiligaynon

To tremble, quiver; speak indistinctly, murmur, utter with trembling lips. Kon hubúg siá nagapírik ang íya dílà sing mga pamuyáyaw. When he is drunk he utters indistinct curses. (see pílik, píri).


púyas

Hiligaynon

To find fault with, criticize adversely, disparage, use strong language, chide, scold; gainsay, deny, give the lie to. Walâ sing makapúyas sang íya sinâ nga ikaáyo, ikaláin, etc. No one can deny its advantage, disadvantage, etc. Daláyon gid lang silá nagapinuyasáy. They are always-finding fault with each other,-criticizing one another,-quarrelling with each other. (see pamúrag, pamúlag, pamúsa, pamulúgsò, híkay, múlay, pamuyáyaw, suáysúay).


ságad

Hiligaynon

To do frequently or customarily, to be wont-,-given-,-used-, to, to use to, do habitually. Indì ka magságad (sang) pamuyáyaw. Don't be always cursing or using strong language. (see sáli).


timoláng

Hiligaynon

Invective, insult, taunt, defamation, obloquy, diatribe, insulting or abusive language (word, expression), affront, mockery; to abuse in words, vituperate, scold, rail at, rate, revile, vilify, use insulting (invective) expressions, taunt, call names, inveigh against. Indì mo siá pagtimolangón. Don't insult him (verbally). Don't call him names. Anó ang gintimoláng níya sa ímo? What invectives did he hurl (throw, fling) at you? Ang pagtimoláng amó ang dalángpan sang mga matálaw kag sang walâ sing katarúngan. Invectives are the refuge of cowards and of those that cannot show (furnish, produce) evidence (of what they claim). (see buyáyaw, pamuyáyaw, libák, múlay, híkay, pamúlag, pamúyas).


tunyági

Hiligaynon

To rail at, scoff, mock, curse and swear at. Hinúgay ka sang pálak kag índì ka magtunyági sang yárà sa idálum. Calm your (angry) excitement and don't rail at (upbraid, speak insolently to) those below you. (see pamuyáyaw, pamúlag, támay, yagutâ, ulígyat).


To shout angrily, vociferate, rail at, curse and swear at. Indì mo siá pagwarángwarángan (pagwarángwarangán). Don't shout at him so angrily. (see yáwyaw, pamuyáyaw, sínggit, turayáw).


ánad

Hiligaynon

To practise, exercise, accustom to, train, break in, perform regularly or habitually. Anára ang batásan mo nga dílì ka na magpamuyáyaw. Try to get the habit of not using profane language-or-acquire the habit of not cursing and swearing. Naánad na akó dirí siníng lugár. I am now accustomed to this place. Indì akó maánad siníng lugár. I cannot accustom myself to this place. Naanáran-or-naándan ko na iníng lugár. I am now familiar with-, accustomed to-, this place. Ipaánad ko sa ímo iníng karabáw nga simarón. I'll hand this wild buffalo over to you to be trained or tamed. Magpaánad ka siní nga trabáho. Try to exercise-, practise-, accustom yourself to-, this kind of work (see hánas, ságad, batíd).


buyáyaw

Hiligaynon

Cursing, swearing, foul-, strong-, bad-, vituperative-, language, malediction, malison, imprecation, vituperation, scurrility; to abuse in strong language, curse, swear, imprecate, scold severely in opprobrious terms. Nagabuyáyaw siá sa íya nga bátà. She is giving her child a good scolding. Ginbuyáyaw níya akó. He cursed and swore at me. Indì mo siá pagbuyayáwon. Don't abuse him in scurrilous language. Daláyon gid lang silá nagapamuyáyaw dirâ sináng baláy. In that house over there they are always scolding. (see panóloy, panolóy, pangárà, pamúlag, pamúsa, pamulúgso, púyas).


pasibút-sibút

Hiligaynon

To find fault with, criticize, hold-, nurse-, entertain-, a grudge, harbour a resentment or ill-will, be sullen or discontented, morose, inclined to quarrel; to complain, grumble, murmur; to vex, nettle, provoke, exasperate. Ginpasibútsibút níya sa olíhi si Fuláno sa pagsilíng nga may dalá nga pagpamuyáyaw:--. He finally exasperated N.N. by using insulting language saying:--. Nagapasibútsibút siá, kay may katuyoán siá sa paghalín sa íya agálon. He shows discontent, because he wishes to leave the service of his master. Nagpasibútsibút siá, kay walâ siá pagbahíni sing ángay sang palanublíon sang íya ginikánan. He was nursing a grudge, for he was not given a fair share of the inheritance left by his parent. (see síb-ut, pasingít, pasalóksalók, pasisíng-al, pasosóng-ol).