Meaning of únaw

únaw

Hiligaynon

To salt, flavour, season, put salt into soup, or the like. Unáwi ang sópas, tinóla, etc. Salt the soup, the dish of vegetables, etc. (see unáw, asín).



unáw

Hiligaynon

(B) To feel an aversion or loathing (after having done, eaten, etc. something to excess); to surfeit. Naunáw (Nalánag na siá sang) kang pasáyan. He is now averse to eating shrimps. He is surfeited with eating shrimps. (see taká, díway, sumó, súm-od, lánag).


únaw

Hiligaynon

To salt, flavour, season, put salt into soup, or the like. Unáwi ang sópas, tinóla, etc. Salt the soup, the dish of vegetables, etc. (see unáw, asín).


unáw

Hiligaynon

(B) To feel an aversion or loathing (after having done, eaten, etc. something to excess); to surfeit. Naunáw (Nalánag na siá sang) kang pasáyan. He is now averse to eating shrimps. He is surfeited with eating shrimps. (see taká, díway, sumó, súm-od, lánag).