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ámog

Hiligaynon

Very touchy, extremely sensitive, thin-skinned, crying upon the least occasion, etc. Amog nga bátà. A very touchy child. Also: to be or become touchy, etc. Sán-o pa ikáw magámog? When did you become so touchy? Since when are you so sensitive? Naamogán kamí sa íya. We consider him, very touchy. Indì ka maginámog. Don't be over-sensitive. Indì ka magpatámà sang ímo pagkaámog. Don't go too far in your sensitiveness. (see bingít, pawíkan).



bingít

Hiligaynon

Crying easily, cry-baby, peevish, cross, fretful, over-sensitive, emotional, especially said of children that fret and cry without apparent reason. (see ámog, pawíkan).


lampitás

Hiligaynon

Very touchy, sensitive, apt to take offence and cry on the slightest provocation. (see ámog, bingít, mabingít, pawíkan).


mabingít

Hiligaynon

Now and then used as an adjective, but really a verbal form of bingít. (see ámog, pawíkan, lampitás).


pawíkan

Hiligaynon

Tortoise, turtle. Very sensitive, touchy, irritable, impressionable, easily affected, laughing or crying at the slightest provocation. (see ámog, bingít).


damóg

Hiligaynon

Wash, mash, swill, food for animals especially mixed food as given to pigs and dogs; to feed animals, particularly pigs and dogs. Idamóg na lang iníng kán-on nga pán-os sa idô. Just give this stale rice to the dog. Nagtámbok gid ang íya báboy, kay dinamogán níya sing madámù nga maís. His pig got very fat, for he gave it much corn. Padamogí ang idô. Get somebody to prepare the food for the dog. (see dalamugán-feeding-trough,-bowl)


kámog

Hiligaynon

(B) To fight hand to hand, to grapple. Kamóga siá. Grapple him. Anó ang ginkamógan nínyo? What are you fighting about?


kamógol

Hiligaynon

(B) To grasp, clutch, clench, grapple with, as in wrestling, etc. Nagakamogoláy silá. They are grappling with each other. Kamagóla siá. Grapple with him. Ginkamógol níya akó. He held me in a clench. Siá gid lang nga isá ang nagakamógol sang íya trabáho. He grapples with his work quite alone. (see kámog, gahús, gakám).


kanamóg

Hiligaynon

A kind of rice. (see arabón).


kulámog

Hiligaynon

The filmy formation of new skin around the edges of a wound or boil, when it is beginning to heal and before a scab is formed; to skin over. May kulámog na ang íya hubág-or-nagakulámog na ang íya hubág. His boil is beginning to heal or skin over.


kulámog

Hiligaynon

Also: the outer and less oily portion of coconut meat.


lamógò

Hiligaynon

Soiled, stained, dirty; to be or become soiled (through perspiration, long use, dust, etc., particularly applied to clothes). Lamógò ang ákon báyò. My jacket is soiled. Naglamógò ang ákon sárwal. My trousers became dirtied. (see lagôlagô, hígkò, etc.).


námog

Hiligaynon

(B) Dew. (see tún-og).


pandamóg

Hiligaynon

Freq. of damóg-to feed a pig or dog, etc.


samóg

Hiligaynon

(B) To be, become, or make wet, moist, damp, sodden, soggy, to moisten. Nasamóg kang tún-og ang mga ulús ko. (Nahumúg sang tún-og ang ákon mga panápton). My clothes were damp with dew. Sámga kang túbig ang bugás nga borokbókon. (Humóga sang túbì ang bugás nga bolokbokón). Moisten with water the hulled rice that is to be crushed to powder (pulp). (see hún-og, humóg, húmog, hám-og, húpug, etc.).



bahóg

Hiligaynon

Mixed food or provender; wash, swill; to eat or give to eat mixed foods, to mix rice with sauce and vegetables and the like; to feed dogs, give pigs their swill, etc. Bahogí siá sing ísdà, ulutanón kag sabáw. Give him a mixture of fish, vegetables and sauce. Binahogán mo na ang báboy? Have you given the pig its swill? Ibahóg iníng upá sa báboy. Put this rice-chaff into the pig's wash. Bahogí ang idô. Give the dog its food. Feed the dog. (see damóg, lakót, sakót, sámò).


balúghan

Hiligaynon

(H) A receptacle used for carrying food to pigs, etc. It usually consists of a piece of bamboo from two to three feet long. (see bahóg, balahogán, balághan, dalamogán).


dalamugán

Hiligaynon

(H) Feeding-bowl, trough, swill-basin. (damóg; see balahogán).


(H) etc. See dámò, damô, damóg, damókol, etc.


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