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watí

Hiligaynon

Equal, square, neither winning nor losing, on a level, on an even footing. (see pátas, patás, túpung, tupúng).



wayáng

Hiligaynon

An open plain, extensive grounds, level fields in a broad valley, or the like.


yádan

Hiligaynon

An expletive or exclamation of surprise, chagrin, disappointment or the like. (see manyági, yádi, yáwà, líntì, yámat, gátud).


yámat

Hiligaynon

An expletive nearly equivalent to yáwa. Yámat! Blast it! Dash it! Confound it! Damn it! To hell with it! Yámat, nabúgtò ang kalát. Hang it! The rope has snapped! Yámat, anó ang lábut mo! What the devil is that! to you! Yámat, naglupók ang góma! Damn it, the tyre has burst! (see yáwà, líntì, gátud, yádan).


yangáp-yángap

Hiligaynon

Seeking, looking for; to seek, look for, go in search of, try to find or obtain. Nagayangápyángap siá sing pagkáon (Ginayangáp-yángap níya ang íya pagkáon), kay nawád-an siá sa baláy. She is going about in search of something to eat, for she has nothing at home. (see lágap, hágap, sághap, pangítà, pangalágkalág).


yangkót-yángkot

Hiligaynon

Various small items, an assortment of trifles or small articles, purchases, etc. Mapailóngílong akó sa buás, kay may baláklon akó nga yangkótyángkot. Tomorrow I am going to Iloilo, for I have to buy various small articles there. Náno ang pinamakál mo?-Yangkótyángkot (Mga yangkótyángkot). What have you bought?-A few (Some) miscellaneous items (articles). (see pitsépítse, sarîsárì).


yapák-yapák

Hiligaynon

The doing of something in and out of season; faultfinding; a faultfinder; to do at all times (according to one's whim); to carp, cavil, find fault with (the defects or mistakes of others), take offence very easily (at trifles). Yapák-yapák siá sing bábà (bâbâ). Her tongue is always busy. She is an annoying chatterbox. She is always finding fault with something or with somebody. Masyádo (Támà) sa íya kayapákyapák. He is a caviler (caviller), faultfinder. He is always complaining about (criticizing) something (somebody) or other. (see yamuhát, híkay, múlay).


yasyásan

Hiligaynon

A place open to the wind, exposed to the full force of an impact, etc. (see yásyas).


yátì

Hiligaynon

An expletive used in anger or disgust. (see yáwà, líntì, gátud, yámat, yátis).


yátis

Hiligaynon

An exclamation used in anger or disgust. See yátì id.


yúhot

Hiligaynon

To be (get or make) tough, hard, difficult to make an impression upon. (see húnit, áwot, tíg-a).


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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