Meaning of úyaw

úyaw

Hiligaynon

To stop, keep, hinder from going home, detain, said of bad weather or the like. Naúyaw (inúyaw) siá dídto. He was detained there (by bad weather).



úyaw

Hiligaynon

A repetition of an accident or ill fortune in the same family. Uyaw sa íla iní, kay may nalúnud sa íla sang isá ka túig kag karón napátyan na liwán. This is another shock for them, for last year one of their family was drowned and now they have lost another. (see mauyawón).


úyaw

Hiligaynon

To be new or strange in a place or position, be unaccustomed or not acclimatized as yet. See mág-o id. Naúyaw akó dirí. I am yet a stranger here.


úyaw

Hiligaynon

To stop, keep, hinder from going home, detain, said of bad weather or the like. Naúyaw (inúyaw) siá dídto. He was detained there (by bad weather).


úyaw

Hiligaynon

A repetition of an accident or ill fortune in the same family. Uyaw sa íla iní, kay may nalúnud sa íla sang isá ka túig kag karón napátyan na liwán. This is another shock for them, for last year one of their family was drowned and now they have lost another. (see mauyawón).


úyaw

Hiligaynon

To be new or strange in a place or position, be unaccustomed or not acclimatized as yet. See mág-o id. Naúyaw akó dirí. I am yet a stranger here.