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To be prominent, stand forth, be elevated or higher than the surroundings, to jut out, project, said of any small elevations or projections, as a tumour, wart, pimple, etc. (see ulútngan).



úyaw

Hiligaynon

To stop, keep, hinder from going home, detain, said of bad weather or the like. Naúyaw (inúyaw) siá dídto. He was detained there (by bad weather).


úyaw

Hiligaynon

To stop, keep, hinder from going home, detain, said of bad weather or the like. Naúyaw (inúyaw) siá dídto. He was detained there (by bad weather).


watí-watí

Hiligaynon

(B) Unimportant, trivial, not prominent, vulgar, common, of trifling value, mostly said of things (not of persons). (see wití-wití, girí-girí-the common folks, simple people as distinct from the lutáw-the great or prominent members of a community).


wiít

Hiligaynon

Pouting, curled, distorted, twisted, shaped in the form of a grimace, said of the mouth, the lips, or the like. (see wíit).


yágsim

Hiligaynon

Brackishness, saltiness; to be or become brackish, salty, disgustful, unpalatable (said particularly of water).


yakát

Hiligaynon

Invitation, persuasion, inducing, urging; to urge, induce, persuade, incite, instigate, prevail upon, attract, allure, entice, draw. Yakatá ang bátà sa pagkádlaw. Make the baby laugh. Induce the baby (by playing with it, or the like) to laugh. Iyakát akó siníng bátà sa pagkasádya (sa pagkádlaw). Please do something to-entertain,-amuse, the baby (to make it laugh). Ginyakát akó níya sa pagtámbong sa báile. He induced me to go to the dance. Walâ kúntà silá sing lúyag sa pagsugál, ápang si Fuláno sa íla ang nagyakát. Really they had no desire to gamble, but N.N. induced them to play at cards. Silíng níla mahípus siá; índì man galî, kay ginyakát nínyo. They said he was a quiet (silent, taciturn) man; but he is not, as (you saw yourself when) you drew him out (paid much attention to him). Walâ gid siá sing gána sa pagtán-aw sang síni, kon índì pagyakatón. She has no desire to go to a moving-picture theatre; she has to be prompted. Hinúgay kamó sang gáhud dirâ! Ari si Kwan ay, nagapangyakát (sang gáhud)! Stop that noise there! But, good (great) heavens, that fellow, what's his name, is always so rowdy, boisterous, inciting others to make a noise. Amó gid inâ ang kinaugálì siní nga bátà nga walâ pagkádlaw? Yakatá, kay tan-awón ta. Is that the baby without a smile? Just play with it and let us see. (see hágad, ágda, tulúd, ís-is, galít, sótsot, súdyot).


yám-is

Hiligaynon

Sweetishness; to grow sweetish, be somewhat sweet; to be or become mawkish, nauseous, sickly (particularly said of things that taste unnaturally sweet). (see tám-is).


yáng-ob

Hiligaynon

Prominent, protruding, projecting, especially applied to the chin and said of people whose cheeks have fallen in on account of their having lost their teeth.


yunâ

Hiligaynon

To be or become unsavoury, tasteless, insipid, flat, said of overdone tubers, meat, fish, etc. Ang kárne nagyunâ, hay natám-an kang lágà. (Ang kárne nagyutâ kay natám-an sang lâgâ). The meat is tasteless, because it has been boiled too long.


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