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yágsim

Hiligaynon

Brackishness, saltiness; to be or become brackish, salty, disgustful, unpalatable (said particularly of water).



mayágsim

Hiligaynon

Salty, brackish, bitter, unpalatable, disgustful. (see yágsim, matayám).


tayám

Hiligaynon

Piquancy, raciness, tastiness; to be piquant, tasty, stimulating, giving zest (of fruit, etc.); to be brackish, nauseous, salty, unpalatable, sweetish (of water). Natayamán akó siníng páhò. I find this mango delicious (piquant, luscious). Walâ kamí paginúm sang túbì sinâ nga bobón, kay matayám. We never drink the water from that well, for it is brackish. (see námit, námì, dálig, yágsim, yám-is).


matayám

Hiligaynon

Piquant, racy, tasteful; brackish, salty, briny; sweetish. (see mayágsim).