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yamuhát

Hiligaynon

To follow one's whim, to eat, drink, talk, etc. whenever a chance offers or one feels inclined to, to do at all seasonable and unseasonable times (hours), to let oneself be guided by the promptings of one's fancy. Indì mo pagyamuhatán ang pagkáon. Indì ka magyamuhát sang káon (sa pagkáon). Don't take food whenever your fancy prompts you. (see yapákyapák).



lamuhát

Hiligaynon

To do in and out of season, do at all times, please oneself. (see yamuhát, yapákyapák).


yapák-yapák

Hiligaynon

The doing of something in and out of season; faultfinding; a faultfinder; to do at all times (according to one's whim); to carp, cavil, find fault with (the defects or mistakes of others), take offence very easily (at trifles). Yapák-yapák siá sing bábà (bâbâ). Her tongue is always busy. She is an annoying chatterbox. She is always finding fault with something or with somebody. Masyádo (Támà) sa íya kayapákyapák. He is a caviler (caviller), faultfinder. He is always complaining about (criticizing) something (somebody) or other. (see yamuhát, híkay, múlay).