Meaning of ugá

ugá

Hiligaynon

Dry, dried, exsiccated; seasoned (of timber); sun-dried fish, rice, etc.; to dry, become or make dry, to exsiccate. Nagaugá na ang maís. The corn is getting dry now. Iníng mga tápì ugá na. These boards are seasoned (dry). Nagaugá (Nagapaugá) siá sing maís. He is drying corn. Ugahá ang humáy. Dry the rice. Spread the rice in the sun to dry. May ugá kamó? Have you got any dry (dried) fish (rice, etc.)? (see malá, kigás, tápa, bulád).



úga

Hiligaynon

Listener, hearkener, eavesdropper. Pangóga, pangúga-to listen, eavesdrop (of women). (see úgo, hangálhangál, tingádtingád).


ugá

Hiligaynon

Dry, dried, exsiccated; seasoned (of timber); sun-dried fish, rice, etc.; to dry, become or make dry, to exsiccate. Nagaugá na ang maís. The corn is getting dry now. Iníng mga tápì ugá na. These boards are seasoned (dry). Nagaugá (Nagapaugá) siá sing maís. He is drying corn. Ugahá ang humáy. Dry the rice. Spread the rice in the sun to dry. May ugá kamó? Have you got any dry (dried) fish (rice, etc.)? (see malá, kigás, tápa, bulád).


úga

Hiligaynon

Listener, hearkener, eavesdropper. Pangóga, pangúga-to listen, eavesdrop (of women). (see úgo, hangálhangál, tingádtingád).