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disgrásya

Hiligaynon

(Sp. desgracia) Accident, misfortune, mishap; meet with an accident, be unlucky or unfortunate, make a false step, (often applied to girls becoming pregnant out of wedlock). Nadisgrásya siá. She has lost her honour. She has been unfortunate. (see buísit, maláut, nga, kapaláran).



dulâ-dúlà

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of dúlà. Also: Disappearing, melting away, changing imperceptibly from one into the other; to melt-, dissolve-, into each other. Dulâ-dúlà (nagakadulâ-dúlà) gid ang duág sang balangáw, tipáy, etc. The colours of the rainbow, of a sea-shell, etc. melt-, dissolve-, into each other. (see tunáwtúnaw).


ehersísyo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. ejercicio) Exercise; retreat; to exercise. Ehersisyohá ang láwas mo. Exercise your body. (see banátbánat, hanáshánas, bayátbáyat, unátúnat).


ehersísyo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. ejercicio) Exercise; retreat; to exercise. Ehersisyohá ang láwas mo. Exercise your body. (see banátbánat, hanáshánas, bayátbáyat, unátúnat).


gâgâ

Hiligaynon

Insistence, persistency, importunacy, pertinacity. (see pagâgâ-to insist, importune).


íngos

Hiligaynon

To ask insistently and importunately, by whining or half-crying, as children when they wish to obtain something from their parents and are not inclined to take a refusal. Ingósi lang si nánay mo, básì pa lang nga makadángat ka sang ímo ginakaluyágan. Beg hard of your mother, perhaps you may be able to get what you want. Ang idô kon kaisá nagaíngos sa íya katulúgon. Dogs sometimes whine in their sleep.


íngos

Hiligaynon

To ask insistently and importunately, by whining or half-crying, as children when they wish to obtain something from their parents and are not inclined to take a refusal. Ingósi lang si nánay mo, básì pa lang nga makadángat ka sang ímo ginakaluyágan. Beg hard of your mother, perhaps you may be able to get what you want. Ang idô kon kaisá nagaíngos sa íya katulúgon. Dogs sometimes whine in their sleep.


kadayonán

Hiligaynon

To continue, endure, last. Ang gúgma nga nagakadayonán amó ang gúgma nga hímpit kag túnay. Love that endures is love perfect and pure. Also noun: Endurance, permanence, stability. (see dáyon).


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