Search result(s) - tibáwas

tibáwas

Hiligaynon

To get free, escape, get away unscathed, etc. See talíbwas, luás, bagít, talímwas, tímwas, etc.).



katibawásan

Hiligaynon

Freedom, liberty, independence. (see tibáwas, kaluásan).


líbwas

Hiligaynon

To escape, get free, elude danger or difficulty. (see luás, tibáwas, etc.).


mútmut

Hiligaynon

Free, untrammeled, one's own master, independent; to be liberated, freed, to become free, or the like. Nagkamútmut (namútmut) ang binilánggò. The prisoner was freed,-was set free,-was set at liberty,-was set at large,-was let out. (see mútwas, bútwà, luás, búhì, tibáwas, talímwas, bútwas).


mútwas

Hiligaynon

See mútmut. Nakamútwas siá sa kasábà. He came out of his lawsuit scot-free. (see mútmut, tibáwas, luás).


patimáwà

Hiligaynon

To free, save, deliver, liberate. Patimawáa kamí, Ginóo. Deliver us, Oh Lord. Ginpatimáwà níya silá kag hinatágan sang íla kalúasan. He saved them and granted them liberty. (see luás, báwì, katimawáan, kaluásan, talíbwas, tibáwas, timáwà).


katubsánan

Hiligaynon

Delivery, salvation, redemption; freedom. (see tubús, katibawásan, kaluásan).