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tághol

Hiligaynon

The bark, barking, yelp, yap, bay (of a dog); to bark, yelp, yap, bay. Ang idô nagatághol. The dog barks (is barking). Tinagholán (tinághol) akó sang idô. The dog barked at me. Patagholá lang ang idô. Let the dog bark. (see hólhol, úwang, láhay).



bínghal

Hiligaynon

A snarl, growl; to snarl, growl, as a dog: to bark at. Figuratively: Bininghalán akó níya. He shouted (barked) at me. (see sínggit, tághol, láhay).


hólhol

Hiligaynon

To bark, yelp, yap, (of dogs). Naghólhol ang idô. The dog barked. Ginholholán akó sang idô. The dog barked at me. Anó ang ginahólhol sang idô? Sín-o ang íya ginaholholán? Why is the dog barking? Whom is he yelping at? (see tághol).


láhay

Hiligaynon

To howl, bark (of dogs). Ang idô nagaláhay. The dog barks. Ginláhay (ginlaháyan) akó sang idô. The dog barked at me. (see tághol, úwang, ngúrub).


ówang

Hiligaynon

Howl, yowl, a loud and long bark; to howl, yowl, yelp, bark loud and long (of dogs). (see láhay, tághol).


ówang

Hiligaynon

Howl, yowl, a loud and long bark; to howl, yowl, yelp, bark loud and long (of dogs). (see láhay, tághol).


úngal

Hiligaynon

To bark, jelp, howl (of a dog); to voice, express, state in a loud voice or in rather strong language. (see úwang, tághol, sínggit, turayáw, pugaás).


úngal

Hiligaynon

To bark, jelp, howl (of a dog); to voice, express, state in a loud voice or in rather strong language. (see úwang, tághol, sínggit, turayáw, pugaás).