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túrag, turág

Hiligaynon

To trample down, step over, walk over, put one's foot in, etc. See túdag, tádag, tárag, tásag, ládag. Tumurág lang siá sa hulumáyan. He just cut across the rice-field.



turások

Hiligaynon

To take a short cut through fields, over grass, etc.; to pass, go over or enter without ceremony, interview, call to account, tax with, burst upon, "go for". Ginturások lang námon ang talámnan, tunúk (dúgi), etc. We simply cut across the field, tramped over the thorny shrubs, etc. Indì mo pagturasókon ang pagsulúd sa ákon kwárto, kóndì manóktok ka gid ánay. Don't enter my room unceremoniously, but knock first. Sang pagkabatî níya siní dáyon gid lang íya ginturások si Fuláno. As soon as he heard this, he at once "went for" (had an interview with, expostulated or remonstrated with) N.N. (see túrag, tásak, ládag, láktud, kurágmang).


turágsik

Hiligaynon

(B) See tulágsik-to chirp, etc.


(H) Field of grass, meadow, grazing ground, grass land, pasturage, pasture land. (see hálab, halálban).


hírba

Hiligaynon

(Sp. hierba) Grass, herb, pasturage. (see hilamón, tanúm).


layáw

Hiligaynon

To roam about freely, be out in the open air, rove, stroll about; idler, loafer, rover. Ang mga báka nagalayáw gid dirí. The cattle are roaming about here quite free. Ilayáw lang ang mga báka. Let the cattle be out in the open air, let the cattle graze or roam free, without tether. Layawí lang sang mga báka iníng halálban. Let the cattle rove at large in this pasturage. Layáw gid lang siá nga táo. He is a mere loafer. (see luyáw id.).


palahálban

Hiligaynon

Pasture, pasture-ground, pasturage, grazing ground. (see hálab, halálban).


palangabuhián

Hiligaynon

(H) Pasturage, pasture, etc. See buhián, búy-an, búhì. Also: livelihood, business, position, employment. (see palangitán-an).


úgyak

Hiligaynon

A yell, shrill cry, loud outburst (of joy, playfulness, etc.); a squeal, squeak; to emit a shrill sound or cry, to yell, shout, vociferate, squeak, squeal, to frolic, make merry. (see údyak, húgyaw, síyak, turágsik).


úgyak

Hiligaynon

A yell, shrill cry, loud outburst (of joy, playfulness, etc.); a squeal, squeak; to emit a shrill sound or cry, to yell, shout, vociferate, squeak, squeal, to frolic, make merry. (see údyak, húgyaw, síyak, turágsik).