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yáya

Hiligaynon

A children's nurse, dry-nurse, day-nurse, nursery maid; wet nurse. (see sisíwa, manuglíbang (manug-, libáng) sang mga bátà; áma).



yokô

Hiligaynon

(B) Crease, furrow, wrinkle; creased, wrinkled, furrowed. Madámù sing yokô ang (Dúro kaukút sang) ímo bestído. Your dress is full of creases. (see yokót, ukút).


yúdyud

Hiligaynon

To pull, drag, draggle, trail along the ground, or the like. Yudyurá (-udá) ang idô nga patáy sa búhò kag ilubúng. Drag the dead dog to the hole and bury it. Ginayudyurán níya ang salúg sang sáko nga nasúdlan sang humáy. He is pulling the sack of rice over the floor. (see gúyud, gánoy).


yuhúm-yúhum

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of yuhúm. Ginayuhúmyuhúman kitá karón sang maalabáab nga sílak sang ádlaw. We are being smiled upon by the warm rays (beams) of the sun.


yúhum, yuhúm

Hiligaynon

To smile, laugh pleasantly. Nagyuhúm siá sang pagkabatî níya sang amó nga kahalam-útan. He smiled when he heard that pleasant story. Ginyuhumán níya akó. He smiled at me. Yuhumí ang bátà. Smile at the baby. (see kádlaw).


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.


yúpyup

Hiligaynon

A whiff of smoke, of opium, etc.; to inhale, suck in, imbibe. Isá ka yúpyup sang asó sang tabákò. A whiff of tobacco smoke. Palayúpyup siá sang ápyan (apyán). He is an opium smoker. Indì kamó magyúpyup sing ápyan, kay maláin inâ sa láwas páti sa kalág. Don't smoke opium, because it is bad both for body and soul. (see súyup, sópsop).


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