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yáyay

Hiligaynon

To sit in a hammock and sing; to sing or lull a child to sleep, to sing a lullaby. (see laláy, láylay, lalálála, ilííli).



lálay

Hiligaynon

A lullaby; to put-, lay-, a baby in a hammock or cradle and sing a lullaby, sing a baby to sleep. (see yáyay, lála).


lánton

Hiligaynon

To hum a tune, sing la-la, sing a lullaby. Lantoní silá kay masáut silá. Hum them a tune, for they are going to dance. Maglánton na lang kamó, kay ang mga musikó mapahúway. Just hum a tune, as the musicians are going to rest. (see lála, lánglang, láylay, yáyay).


láylay

Hiligaynon

To sol-fa, sing a lullaby, etc. See lála, lánglang, yáyay, etc. Laylayi ang bátà. Sing a lullaby to the baby.


úgoy

Hiligaynon

A song, lullaby; to sing or play softly, to lull. Ginaugóyan níya ang bátà. She is lulling the baby to sleep. Ang amó nga ambahánon ginaúgoy sa bisán diín nga hilít sang kalibútan. That song is sung everywhere. (see láylay, lánglang, yáyay).


úgoy

Hiligaynon

A song, lullaby; to sing or play softly, to lull. Ginaugóyan níya ang bátà. She is lulling the baby to sleep. Ang amó nga ambahánon ginaúgoy sa bisán diín nga hilít sang kalibútan. That song is sung everywhere. (see láylay, lánglang, yáyay).