Search result(s) - tuób

guób

Hiligaynon

To fill, pervade, occupy completely, leave no vacant space, particularly applied to sounds and odours. Ang íya nga tíngug nagguób sang malápad nga simbáhan. His voice filled the large church. (see tugúb, tuób).



háklò

Hiligaynon

Inhalation; to inhale, breathe in, draw in. Hakloá lang ang asó, kon malúyag ka, ápang akó sing ákon magahalín na sa digamohán. Breathe the smoke, if you like, but I for my part will get out of the kitchen. Hakloá ang tuób nga mahamút sang roméro. Inhale the scent of the fragrant rosemary. (see hákon, súyup).


túob, tuób

Hiligaynon

See tóob, toób-to fill with odours, etc. (see guób, tugúb).


límas

Hiligaynon

To worsen, make a disease worse, change for the worse (often implying a superstitious belief that one visiting a sick person after he has been to a house where someone has lately died will exert an injurious influence upon the sickness). Ginlímas níya ang katúl sang bátà, kay naghápit sa napátyan kag nagpaúlì nga walâ ánay pagtuóba. He made the child's skin-disease worse by going to a house where someone had died and returning home without being first disinfected by smoke. Naglímas siá sang ákon tígpas. He made my measles worse. Linímas níya ang hánggà (butí) sang ákon útud. On account of him my brother's smallpox got worse. (see láin, búg-at).