Search results for "haka"

bayahakan [bayahakan] (der. of bayahak) adj Shouting, yelling, speaking loudly. (sem. domains: - Shout.)

gur-an [gúr-an] v To laugh in ridicule; to leer, sneer. hinalakhakan Inggur-an si Jose it ida mga hali dahil sa ida pananamgo. Jose was being laughed at in ridicule by his brothers because of his dream. (sem. domains: - Enjoy doing something, - Happy, - Types of sounds.)

haka [hákà] vt To discuss, air an issue. háka, palagay Inahaka ninra nak mabalik pa kono si Marcos. They’ve discussed the possibility that Marcos will still come back. (sem. domains: - Mention, - Talk about a subject.)

haka-haka [haka-hákà] n Opinion; belief, expectation of something which seems incredible. pala-palagay Ka haka-haka it mga tawo ay sabakey sida tong inakasay. The people’s opinion was that she was already pregnant when they were wed. (sem. domains: - Known, unknown, 3.2.5 - Opinion, 3.2 - Think.)

hakar [hákar] vt To remove the contents of something (cupboard, suitcase, box, etc.); take out the contents of something. halungkat Inghakar it anak kag mga libro sa estante ag ingkadat sa sala. The child removed the books from the box and scattered them around the living room. Kag inghakar nida kag ida mga gamit sa maleta, naayaman nidang waya kag ida kwarta. When she removed the things from her suitcase, she found out that her money wasn’t in it. (sem. domains: - Take something out of something, - Guess, - Check.)

hakay [hákay] v To yawn, sigh, breathe-heavily, blow-air when one is sleepy. hikab Pakatuyugay kinang imo anak nak nagpanghakayey. Let your child go to sleep because he’s breathing heavily like he’s feeling sleepy. (sem. domains: - Mouth.)

panghakay [panghakáy] v To yawn. hikáb Nagpanghakay sida habang nagiistorya. He yawned while telling a story. (sem. domains: - Mouth.)

tiog-tiog [tióg-tiog] adj To not move; to be immovable;unshakable, to stand firm. (sem. domains: 7.2.7 - Not moving.)

bayahak [bayahák] 1n Shout, yell, loud speech. (sem. domains: - Shout.) 2vbt To shout, yell, speak loudly. isigáw Ingbayahakan it nanay katong anak nak pasawayon. The mother spoke loudly to the mischievous child. (sem. domains: - Shout.) der. bayahakan , der. binayahak

samuyakot₂ [samuyákot] vi To be messed up, such as files, or alphabetized cards; to disarrange something; to be mixed up; confused (as of speed). halu-halo Nagsamuyakot kag papeles para sa tinrahan ag sa opisina dahil inghakar it anak. Her paperworks for the store and office were disarranged because it was messed by the child. Nagsamuyakotey kag ida bisaya kada pay indiey sida gipatihan it tawo. Her speech is all mixed up so people won’t believe her.

yawhak₁ [yáwhak] v To get stagefright; to be nervous doing something. kaba Ingyawhakan sida tong magsaka sa intablado ag magbisaya sa atubangan it mga nagtapos. He got stagefright when he went up on the stage and gave a speech in front of the graduates.

yawhak₂ [yáwhak] v 1To beat fast (said of one’s heart when one is nervous). kaba, nininerbyos Nagyayawhak kag ako puso. My heart is beating fast. 2To be nervous; anxious. Ingyayawhakan sida pagkarungog it bagyo. She was nervous when she heard of the typhoon. Inayawhakan ako sa ato eksamin. I’m nervous about our examination. syn: taranta 1. 3To intentionally make somebody nervous. Apayawhakan nida kinang anak it ida istorya nak kahahadlok. He will make the child nervous with his frightening story.

yawhak₃ [yáwhak] v To tremble with great fear, nervousness prior to some event which is approaching. kinabahan Tanang tawo sa inra lugar ay ingyawhakan tong maglinog it makusog. All the people in their place trembled with great fear when the strong earthquake struck.