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kahadlok [kahádlok] n Fright. takot (sem. domains: 3.4.2.4 - Afraid.)

pay kahadlok (der. of hadlok) adj Awesome; reverential fear.

wayat kahadlok [wayá't kahádlok] adj Bold; fearless. walang takot Kag mga maisog nak pulis ay waya’t kahadlok magpangrakop it mga mayaing tawo. Brave policemen are fearless in catching those notorious persons.

batakon it yasog [batákon it yásog] (comp. of batak, yasog) id Cowardly, puisillanimous (as of the English expression "no balls"). [lit: pulled-up testes] duwag Aya baga gikahadlok sa ruyom nak pay ikaw ay batakon it yasog. Don’t be scared of the dark like you’ve got small balls. (sem. domains: 4.4.3.2 - Cowardice.)

buyhot [búyhot] v To appear unexpectedly, suddenly and quickly. sungaw Kali ay kahadlok nak sa waya giaasahi ay bumuyhot kag mga sakang nak kaaway. This is fear because no one expected the bow-legged enemy to appear so unexpectedly. syn: butawan, butho. (sem. domains: 8.4.8.3 - Sudden.)

katangian [katangían] n Characteristic ways, traits, behaviour of somebody; good traits. katangian Kag ako hanap nak katangian it usang kayaki ay kayaki nak ingwa it kahadlok sa Diyos. The characteristic I looked for in a man was a man who had a fear of God. Karamo it katangian kag ida naging asawa kada abang palangga nida. His wife has many good traits that’s why he loves her very much. (sem. domains: 9.1.1.2 - Become, change state, 4.3 - Behavior.)

ngutab-ngutab vi To talk without sound coming out. ungol-ungol Sa kahadlok ni Tang Igo ay nagngutab-ngutab yang sida. Because of fear the old man, Igo just talked but no sound came out.

pananga [panángà] v To cringe in fear. Gingpahog ni Poncing kag iro nak alampusan it kahoy ag kag iro ay napananga sa kahadlok. Poncing warned the dog that he’d whip it with a stick and the dog cringed in fear.

sakang [sakáng] adj Bow-legged. sakang Kali ay kahadlok nak sa waya giaasahi ay bumuyhot kag mga sakang nak kaaway. This is fear because no one expected the bow-legged enemy to appear so unexpectedly.

tuta [túta] n “Cronies”; hangers-on, associates, allies. tuta Pagkatapos it eleksyon ay nagkahadlok kag mga mayayamang tuta ni Marcos. After the election the rich cronies of Marcos were afraid. [As of associates and friends who benefit from someone in political power.]

waya sa oras [wayâ sa óras] 11.1idiom - Convert to subentry Unexspectedly; without giving prior signs, symptoms, notice of something (lit:‘no hour’). wala sa oras Dahil sa pag-abot it mga hapon sa ato bansa kag mga rayaga ay nagkahadlok ag sinra ay napa-asawa it ’waya sa oras’. Because of the arrival of the Japanese in our country the young women were afraid and they got married to someone without giving any notice. 22.1idiom - Convert to subentry Premature birth. Dahil sa ida kasasaka sa barko para magtinra, sida ay napa-anak it waya sa oras. Because of her climbing up onto the ship to sell things she gave birth prematurely.