hagan-hagan [hagan-hágan] 1adv Able to relax, breathe again, when a crisis is over; relief. Si Milo ay hagan-hagan mag-inom. Milo drinks moderately. (sem. domains: 126.96.36.199.1 - Worried.) 2vi To subside, cool off as of a fever, anger, etc. Naghagan-hagan kag ida kabubut-on tong mag-abotey kag ida asawa. Her temper subsided when her husband arrived. Naghagan-hagan kag ida sagnat pagka-inom it buyong. His fever subsided after taking the medicine. syn: yamig 1. (sem. domains: 188.8.131.52 - Recover from sickness.)
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yamig [yamíg] 1n Cold. lamig syn: hagan-hagan 2. (sem. domains: 1 - Universe, creation, 184.108.40.206 - Snow, ice.) 2adj Cold, cool. Igwa baga’t mayamig nak Pepsi? Is there any cold Pepsi? 3vi To feel cold or cool; to become weak in faith (lit. faith becomes cold). magináw Nagyamig sida sa pagtuo it katong sida’y masunogon it bayay. He became weak in faith when his house was burned. Inayamig ako dahil waya ako’t suksok nak sweater. I feel cold because I’m not wearing a sweater. 4vi To cool off, become cool or cold (said of water or other liquids). Nagyamig kag ako kape nak nabilin sa pantaw. My coffee I left on the porch became cold. syn: Ebahobahaw. 5vt To cause or allow something to cool off. Apayamigon nako kag niyaga nak tubi bag-o inumon. I’ll let the boiled water cool before drinking it. Indi nako sida giistoryahan hanggan indi magyamig kag ida uyo. I won’t talk to him until he cools off. Nagpayamig sida it ida uyo bag-o nagpauli. He let his temper cool down before going home.