Search result(s) - tághoy

tághoy

Hiligaynon

To sigh, moan, to murmur, rustle, sough, babble, purl, gurgle, brawl, plash (of wind, dry leaves, flowing water, etc.); to chirp, chirrup, twitter, sing (of insects, birds, etc.). (see sághoy, lághoy, panághoy).



matinaghúyon

Hiligaynon

Sighing, murmuring, rustling, rushing, soughing (of wind, water, leaves, etc.). (see tághoy, panághoy).


panághoy

Hiligaynon

To sigh, moan, chirp, sough, rustle, murmur (of the wind, of leaves, of flowing water, etc); Also noun: sigh, etc. Nagapanághoy ang mga dáhon sa huyúp sang hánggin. The leaves are rustling in the wind. Ang panághoy (pagpanághoy) sang hángin. The soughing of the wind. (see lághuy, sághoy, tághoy).


panaghóyon

Hiligaynon

A sigh, moan, rustling, murmur; to sigh, sough, etc. See panághoy, tághoy.


sághoy

Hiligaynon

To sigh, moan. The Freq. panághoy is mostly used. (see tághoy, lághoy).