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sugúng

Hiligaynon

To force, compel, insist. Indì mo siá pagsúnggon (pagsugungón) sa pagpangabúdlay sing támà. Don't make him work too hard. (see ahát, pílit).



sugúng

Hiligaynon

Grievous, serious, hard to bear, grave; to become grievous or hard to bear. Sugúng na, konó, ang íya pagbátì. They say he is seriously ill now. Nagasugúng na ang íya balatían. His sickness is getting serious. Kon magsugúng ang íya balatían táwgon nínyo ang Párì. In case his sickness becomes serious, call the priest. (see sángsang).


grábe

Hiligaynon

(Sp. grave) Grave, serious, dangerous, mortal, fatal, deadly, critical. Ang masakít grábe na. The sick person-is now seriously ill,-is in danger of death. (see sugúng, mabúg-at, tagumatáyon).


hinugúng

Hiligaynon

To grow violent, fierce, serious (of war, fighting, disease, etc.). (see sugúng).


hugúng

Hiligaynon

Hard, heavy, grave, serious (of work, disease, difficulties, etc.); to be or become serious, etc. Sa hugúng nga kabúdlay--. With hard work--. Hugúng na, konó, ang íya balatían. His disease, they say, is serious now. Naghugúng ang íya ginabátyag. His sickness has become serious. He feels seriously or dangerously ill. (see sugúng).


malapúyut

Hiligaynon

(H) Thick, thickened, condensed, stiff, viscous, viscid, inspissated, treacly (of liquids); severe, heavy, vehement, violent (of fighting, or the like). (see lapúyut, malásaw, sugúng, masángsang).


masángsang

Hiligaynon

Vehement, fierce, heavy, violent (of fighting, war, etc.). (sángsang). (see hinugúng, sugúng).


pokól

Hiligaynon

To be feeble and indistinct (of speech). Nagahugút ang íya dílà kag nagapokól ang íya panghámbal. His tongue is tied and his speech scarcely intelligible (very indistinct). Sugúng na ang íya balatían kag pokól ang íya tíngug. He is now seriously ill and can scarcely talk. (see harawaháw, pagáw, paragáw).


samót

Hiligaynon

Also: to increase, augment, gather force, grow in strength or intensity. (see dúgang, ísug, sugúng, sángsang).


sánting

Hiligaynon

Serious, grave, dangerous (of a disease); vehement, fierce, violent (of a quarrel, fight, war, etc.); to be serious, etc. Sánting na ang íya pagbátì. His condition is now serious. He is dangerously ill. Nagsánting ang íla ilináway. Their fight become fierce. They fought each other savagely. (see sugúng, saúlsául, búg-at, sángsang).


sanúng

Hiligaynon

To be or become vehement, fierce, serious, grave, run high. (see sagángsang, sugúng, sángsang, sánting).


saól-sáol

Hiligaynon

Grave, serious, dangerous, critical, but not so grave as sánting; trying, hard, difficult (of conditions, life, etc.). (see sugúng, malisúd, pigádo, lapígot).


súkut

Hiligaynon

Fierce, vehement, violent (of fighting, pain, etc.); to increase, augment, be or become vehement, be at its height. (see sángsang, sugúng, hinurungán).


tábang

Hiligaynon

Assistance, succour, help, aid, relief, rescue, ministry, ministration, helping hand; to assist, succour, to aid, relieve, rescue, help. Sín-o ang magatábang sa áton mga kalisdánan? Who will help us in our difficulties or distress? Tabángi siá. Succour him. Mangítà kitá sing itábang sa áton. Let us look for help or assistance. O Diós ko, tabángi akó. Oh my God, help me. N.B. "tábang" at times also means: to save one's life, rescue from death, but in that case the accent of the passive voice is on the last syllable. Sugúng gid ang íya pagbátì nga sa karón ginatabangán pa gánì. He is very seriously ill and just at present they are trying to save him from death. Napatáy siá nga walâ na matabangí. He died and there was no possibility of saving his life. Indì na siá matabangán. He cannot be rescued from death now. His death cannot now be prevented. He (His life) is past recovery (saving). (see búlig).