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pangímon

Hiligaynon

Freq. of ímon-to be jealous, envious. Magapangimonáy silá. They are jealous of each other.



panagíp-ol

Hiligaynon

To be envious, grudge another a distinction or preference, feel a little jealous. Si Hosé nagapanagíp-ol kay Pédro. José is a little jealous of Pédro. Tungúd kay ginapalánggà ni Tíyò Pédro si María, nagapanagíp-ol kay María si Luísa. Because Maria is Uncle Pedro's favourite, she is the object of Louisa's jealousy. (see pangímon, ímon).


pangípol

Hiligaynon

See panagíp-ol id. (see pangímon).


ímon

Hiligaynon

Jealousy, envy; to be or become jealous, jaundiced, green-eyed. Nagaímon siá. She is getting jealous. Nagapangímon siá. She is of a jealous disposition. Nagímon siá. She has become jealous. Ginaimónan ni Fulána ang íya nga bána. N.N. is jealous of her husband. Nagaimonáy silá nga duhá. The two are jealous of each other.


ímon

Hiligaynon

Jealousy, envy; to be or become jealous, jaundiced, green-eyed. Nagaímon siá. She is getting jealous. Nagapangímon siá. She is of a jealous disposition. Nagímon siá. She has become jealous. Ginaimónan ni Fulána ang íya nga bána. N.N. is jealous of her husband. Nagaimonáy silá nga duhá. The two are jealous of each other.