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paugút

Hiligaynon

To blend, commingle or mix blood (as by intermarriage). Madámù nga mga pilipínhon nagpaugút sang dugô nga katsílà-or-madámù nga mga pilipínhon pinaúgtan sang dugô nga katsílà. Many Filipinos have Spanish blood in their veins.



paugút

Hiligaynon

To make angry, exasperate; to become angry, get exasperated, grow hot or excited. Nagapaugút siá. He is getting exasperated. Paugutá (paúgta) siá. Make him angry. Provoke him to anger. (pa, paákig, pangákig).


molér

Hiligaynon

(Sp. moler) To grind, pound, crush, mill, pulverize, vex, molest, annoy, harass, bother, overwork. Nagmolér gid siá sa ákon. He annoyed me very much. (see galíng, galít, pasáklaw, huól, hiól, paugút).


ugút

Hiligaynon

Anger, exasperation, excitement, choler, rage; to rage, be angry, be in a passion, be wrought up (into a passion), be furious, to fume. Indì ka magugút (magpaugút) tungúd sang diótay lang nga butáng. Don't get angry over a trifle. Tiníklod ko siá sa hágdan, kay inúgtan akó. I pushed him down the stairs, for I was exasperated (wrought up into a passion). Indì ka magpaugút sa íya. Don't enrage (exasperate) him. (see ákig, sáklaw, paugút).


ugút

Hiligaynon

To inherit (a trait, quality, features, etc.), to be like, take after in colour, figure, expression, etc. Iníng bátà nakaugút gid sa íya ilóy, dílì sa íya amáy. This child takes after its mother, not after its father. (see paugút, súblì, panúblì, sunúd).


ugút

Hiligaynon

Anger, exasperation, excitement, choler, rage; to rage, be angry, be in a passion, be wrought up (into a passion), be furious, to fume. Indì ka magugút (magpaugút) tungúd sang diótay lang nga butáng. Don't get angry over a trifle. Tiníklod ko siá sa hágdan, kay inúgtan akó. I pushed him down the stairs, for I was exasperated (wrought up into a passion). Indì ka magpaugút sa íya. Don't enrage (exasperate) him. (see ákig, sáklaw, paugút).


ugút

Hiligaynon

To inherit (a trait, quality, features, etc.), to be like, take after in colour, figure, expression, etc. Iníng bátà nakaugút gid sa íya ilóy, dílì sa íya amáy. This child takes after its mother, not after its father. (see paugút, súblì, panúblì, sunúd).


nagapa

Hiligaynon

A prefix composed of "naga-and pa-" and denoting the present tense active with the added meaning of "pa", e.g.

a.) Nagapamanílà siá. He is going to Manila, is on his way to Manila. Nagapabúkid siá. He is on his way to the mountains.

b.) Nagapabugál siá. He is proud, haughty, takes on airs. Nagapabungól siá. He is deaf to admonitions, etc., he does not want to listen. Nagapaugút siá. He is getting angry, exasperated.

c.) Nagapabúhat siá sing bág-o nga baláy. He is having a new house built. Nagapatíndog siá sing halígi. He is putting up a post. The corresponding forms for the infinitive, future and past are "pagpa-, magapa-, nagpa-, and magpa-" for the imperative.