Search result(s) - tiángak

tiángak

Hiligaynon

To whine, utter a plaintive cry, to squeal, squeak, express with a whine; a squeal, squeak, plaintive sound, shrill cry (as of an animal in pain, of a fretful child, etc.). Nagatiángak ang idô, kay nabôboán sing maínit nga túbig. The dog is whining, because hot water has been poured over it. (see tiábaw, siagít).



agák-ak

Hiligaynon

A squawk, shriek, squeal, an outcry (as of a cock when caught, or the like); to squawk, etc. (see tiángak, iyágak, siagít).


piyángak

Hiligaynon

To cry, whine, utter shrill cries of complaint, distress, pain, protest, etc. (see tiángak, tiyángak).


tiábaw

Hiligaynon

A plaintive cry; to yell, shriek, scream, squeal, squeak, utter a shrill cry, cry out in a loud, shrill voice. (see siagít, tiángak).


tíg-ik

Hiligaynon

A yell, shriek, squeal, squeak, loud outcry; to yell, shriek, squeal, squeak, utter a sharp shrill cry (of but a moment's duration). Ang ilagâ (balábaw) nga naipít (nalígpit) nagtíg-ik. The rat that was caught squeaked (gave a squeak). Ginpíslit níya ang íya bútkon túbtub nga nagtíg-ik siá. He pinched his arm till he yelled with pain. (see iwík, tiyábaw, siagít, tiángak, sínggit).


tiyábaw

Hiligaynon

To yell, scream, howl, shriek, etc. See tiábaw. (see siagít, tiángak, ngábngab, ngáwngaw).


tiyángak

Hiligaynon

To whine, etc. See tiángak.


turáwik, turawík

Hiligaynon

A squeal, squeak, shrill cry or sound; to squeal, squeak, etc. (see talawík, torawík, iwík, iyágak, tiángak, tiábaw, siagít).


wáwaw

Hiligaynon

A bark, yell, howl; to bark, yell, howl, roar, emit a loud cry. (see úwang, tiábaw, tiángak, siagít, etc.).