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ubálhang

Hiligaynon

(B) Loose, unfastened, open, not well secured, untidily arranged, said especially of a woman's skirt when it is carelessly arranged around the waist; to be or become loose, etc. Nagaubálhang gid lang ang patádyong na (níya). Her skirt is quite loose (nearly falling down). (see buyâ, lógho-to drop, fall down).



ubálhang

Hiligaynon

(B) Loose, unfastened, open, not well secured, untidily arranged, said especially of a woman's skirt when it is carelessly arranged around the waist; to be or become loose, etc. Nagaubálhang gid lang ang patádyong na (níya). Her skirt is quite loose (nearly falling down). (see buyâ, lógho-to drop, fall down).


ubít

Hiligaynon

The fastening or tucking-in of a Filipino skirt (patádyong) at the waist; to fasten, secure or tuck in at the waist the loose end of a patádyong. Walá (Toó) siá sing ubít (pangubít). She is accustomed to secure her patádyong by tucking it in at the left (right) side of the waist. (see ulubítan, alubáksan; when a patádyong is secured carelessly or untidily it is called "buyâ, ubálhang").


ubít

Hiligaynon

The fastening or tucking-in of a Filipino skirt (patádyong) at the waist; to fasten, secure or tuck in at the waist the loose end of a patádyong. Walá (Toó) siá sing ubít (pangubít). She is accustomed to secure her patádyong by tucking it in at the left (right) side of the waist. (see ulubítan, alubáksan; when a patádyong is secured carelessly or untidily it is called "buyâ, ubálhang").