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tay

Hiligaynon

Pa, dad, daddy, papa, pop, father, mostly vocative (for tatáy).



tay

Hiligaynon

In some places "tay" is used for the personal article "si". Tay Pédro-Si Pédro-Peter.


amáng

Hiligaynon

Father, parent. (see amáy, tátay, tay, pa, papá).


amáy

Hiligaynon

(H) Father; to call one father. Amáy ko siá. He is my father. Ang "Amáy", ang "Anák" kag ang "Espíritu Sánto" amó ang tátlo ka Persónas nga diósnon. Father, Son and Holy Ghost, these are the three divine Persons. Ang "Amáy námon". The "Our Father". Amayá siá. Call him father. Ginamáy níya akó. He called me father. Ginapakaamáy níya akó. He treats me as if I were his father. (see tátay, tay, papá, pa).


dúyò

Hiligaynon

To sit or stand still, be motionless, stop, remain standing, cease to proceed, halt, station oneself, take one's stand. Indì ka magdúyò sa tungâ sang dálan. Don't remain standing in the middle of the road. Indì mo pagduyóan ang ganháan sang bodéga. Don't stand in the shop-door. Magdúyò ka dirí. Stand here. (see táy-od).


pa

Hiligaynon

Papa, father, dad, daddy. (see papá, amáy, tátay, tay).


si

Hiligaynon

The personal article. Si Huán. John. Si Huán kag si Pédro. John and Peter. Si Fuláno. So-and-so. Si Kwán. What's-his-name. Si pánday Pédro. Peter, the carpenter. (see tay).


táy-og

Hiligaynon

A quake, shake, tremble, quiver; to shake, quake, tremble, rock, toss. Tay-ogá ang íya baláy. Shake his house. Nabugtawán námon kagáb-i ang línog, kay natáy-og (nagkatáy-og) ang búg-os ngga baláy námon. We started up (awoke, woke up) last night at the earthquake, for our whole house shook. (see úyog, húlag).


temblór, témblor

Hiligaynon

(Sp. temblor) Quake, earthquake. (see línog, táy-og).


úyog

Hiligaynon

To shake, swing, move to and fro, cause to tremble or vibrate. Uyóga ang úlyog. Pull the string of the scarecrow (swinging apparatus) for scaring off birds. (see línog, táy-og).


úyog

Hiligaynon

To shake, swing, move to and fro, cause to tremble or vibrate. Uyóga ang úlyog. Pull the string of the scarecrow (swinging apparatus) for scaring off birds. (see línog, táy-og).