Meaning of subô

subô

Hiligaynon

Sorrow, grief, sadness, distress, woe, affliction; to be or become sorrowful, sad, unhappy, woe-begone, etc.; to grieve, mourn, repine. Nagsubô ang íya tagiposóon. His heart was grieved, saddened. Nagakasubô siá tungúd sang balítà nga íya nabáton. He feels sad over the news he received. Ginakasuboán ko gid inâ. I am very sorry for it. Dílì mo igkasubô inâ. Don't get downcast over that. Ginakasuboán níya sing dakû ang balatían sang íya ilóy. He is in great distress about his mother's illness. Dílì mo pagpasuboón ang ímo mga ginikánan. Don't grieve your parents.



subó

Hiligaynon

To pour water over live coals, over heated iron, etc.; to harden, temper, steel, make brittle by means of water. Salsálon nga nasúbwan (sinúbwan, sinuboán, sinubohán, nasúbhan, sinúbhan). Iron tempered by dipping in water. Súbhan (Súbwan, subohán) mo sing túbig ang kaláyo. Pour water on the fire. Extinguish the fire by pouring water over it. Nagsubó siá sang íya binángon. He tempered his bolo (by making it red-hot and dipping it in water). Ipasubó sa pánday ang ímo binángon. Let the smith put a hard edge to your bolo.


subó

Hiligaynon

Tempering, temperament, character, disposition. Walâ pagsahoáy ang íla nga subó; gánì sing masúnsun silá nagaáway. Their temperaments are different; hence they often quarrel. (see gáwì, batásan).