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timoláng

Hiligaynon

Invective, insult, taunt, defamation, obloquy, diatribe, insulting or abusive language (word, expression), affront, mockery; to abuse in words, vituperate, scold, rail at, rate, revile, vilify, use insulting (invective) expressions, taunt, call names, inveigh against. Indì mo siá pagtimolangón. Don't insult him (verbally). Don't call him names. Anó ang gintimoláng níya sa ímo? What invectives did he hurl (throw, fling) at you? Ang pagtimoláng amó ang dalángpan sang mga matálaw kag sang walâ sing katarúngan. Invectives are the refuge of cowards and of those that cannot show (furnish, produce) evidence (of what they claim). (see buyáyaw, pamuyáyaw, libák, múlay, híkay, pamúlag, pamúyas).



panimoláng

Hiligaynon

Freq. of timoláng-to use insulting language, rail at, revile, insult verbally, abuse with invectives.


porpía, porpiár

Hiligaynon

(Sp. porfía, porfiar). Obstinacy, persistence, stubbornness, competition, provocation; to wrangle, quarrel, bicker, contend, provoke, altercate in opprobrious terms, insult or abuse with contemptuous language. Ginporpía (Ginporpiár) níya akó. He insulted me. He provoked me. Nagaporpiáhay (Nagaporpiyáhay) silá. They are abusing each other. (see ákyat, pamúyas, pinuyasáy, timoláng, pasipála, padag-ánay, paindísíndis).


yáwyaw

Hiligaynon

Scolding, chiding; to scold, chide, shout at, vituperate, use strong language, curse and swear at. (see buyáyaw, púyas, sínggit, pamúlag, timoláng).