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únay

Hiligaynon

To please oneself, eat one's fill and leave some over, have enough and to spare in the way of food, etc. Nagaúnay siá sang mga páhò. He is eating as many mangoes as he likes. Ginunáyan lang níya ang mga ságing. He just ate bananas to his heart's content. (see kánkan, paúnay).



unáy

Hiligaynon

Stiff, benumbed, painful; to be or become stiff, etc. Hulághulága ang batíis (pusupusuán) sang masakít, agúd índì maunáy. Move (Change the position of) the calf of the sick person, lest it should grow stiff or become benumbed. (see bínhod, palamínhod, tískug).


unáy

Hiligaynon

To be close to, be near to, stay or remain near, be attached to or within easy reach of. Nagunáy siá sa bulúlngan sing duhá ka simána. He stayed at the hospital for two weeks. Ináng ímo balatían kinahánglan nga iunáy sa manugbúlung. That sickness of yours should be treated (seen to) by a doctor. Anó ang ginaunayán mo dídto sa íya baláy?-Ang ákon talahíon, agúd dalión níya ang paghumán. What is the reason of your staying with her in the house?-My dress, in order that she should hurry up and finish it. (see dáyon, estár).


unáy

Hiligaynon

Natural, proper, essential, inherent, pertaining to one's nature, firmly attached to. (see dunâ, kinatúbò, kinaugálì, kaugalíngon).


únay

Hiligaynon

To please oneself, eat one's fill and leave some over, have enough and to spare in the way of food, etc. Nagaúnay siá sang mga páhò. He is eating as many mangoes as he likes. Ginunáyan lang níya ang mga ságing. He just ate bananas to his heart's content. (see kánkan, paúnay).


unáy

Hiligaynon

Stiff, benumbed, painful; to be or become stiff, etc. Hulághulága ang batíis (pusupusuán) sang masakít, agúd índì maunáy. Move (Change the position of) the calf of the sick person, lest it should grow stiff or become benumbed. (see bínhod, palamínhod, tískug).


unáy

Hiligaynon

To be close to, be near to, stay or remain near, be attached to or within easy reach of. Nagunáy siá sa bulúlngan sing duhá ka simána. He stayed at the hospital for two weeks. Ináng ímo balatían kinahánglan nga iunáy sa manugbúlung. That sickness of yours should be treated (seen to) by a doctor. Anó ang ginaunayán mo dídto sa íya baláy?-Ang ákon talahíon, agúd dalión níya ang paghumán. What is the reason of your staying with her in the house?-My dress, in order that she should hurry up and finish it. (see dáyon, estár).


unáy

Hiligaynon

Natural, proper, essential, inherent, pertaining to one's nature, firmly attached to. (see dunâ, kinatúbò, kinaugálì, kaugalíngon).


kalipátan

Hiligaynon

(H) Forgetfulness, etc. Ang kalipátan unáy sa láwas. Forgetfulness is a common failing of man. (see kalipát, kalígà, kaligáan).


paúnay

Hiligaynon

Caus. of únay. To let one please oneself, eat or drink or do as one likes, lay no restraint upon. Ipaúnay lang sa íla ang pagkáon. Let them eat as they like, i.e. without restraint and without preference. Paunáyan mo silá sang panyága. Let them take their dinner without formality. Kon magsúgud gánì ang galíng ang úna nga háon ginapaúnay sa mga táo. When the milling of sugar cane commences, the first vatful of sugar is given to the workmen (to do with as they please).


ugálì

Hiligaynon

Manner, way, method, custom, nature, property; proper, pertaining to, natural; to be or become natural, etc. (see kinaugálì, kinatúbò, unáy, batásan, kinabatásan, etc.).


ugálì

Hiligaynon

Manner, way, method, custom, nature, property; proper, pertaining to, natural; to be or become natural, etc. (see kinaugálì, kinatúbò, unáy, batásan, kinabatásan, etc.).


bunáyag

Hiligaynon

Open, simple, honest, truthful, true, candid, straightforward, veracious, sincere, frank, outspoken, ingenuous, artless, unreserved; kind-hearted, open-hearted. Bunáyag gid siá sing pamatásan. He is very simple-hearted, simple-minded. (see bunáyon).


bunáyon

Hiligaynon

Straight, upright, erect, right, not bent, not curved; of equal diameter throughout, not tapering; mild, gentle, soft, simple, artless, guileless. Bunáyon ang íya láwas kag tangâ ang íya ágtang. His body is straight and his forehead erect. (see tádlong, tanús, bunáyag, bungáyon).


dundúnay

Hiligaynon

A kind of small bird. (dondónay id.).


hunáy-hunáy

Hiligaynon

To recover, recuperate, convalesce, regain strength, improve in health, get better. Nagahunáyhunáy ang íya ginháwa. He is recovering. Nagapahunáyhunáy siá sang íya ginháwa. He is trying to get back his health and strength.


kabunáyag

Hiligaynon

Simplicity, guilelessness, honesty, candour, openheartedness. (bunáyag).


kalúnay

Hiligaynon

Softness, compressibility, impressionableness, impressibility, plasticity, pliability; tenderness. (see lúnay).


kanúnay

Hiligaynon

A kind of bird.


kanúnay

Hiligaynon

Friend, intimate, companion; friendly, affectionate, sociable. Kanúnay nga hángin. A favourable, steady breeze. (see kahírup, mahírup, maabiabíhon).


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