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óhong

Hiligaynon

A kind of mushroom; to remove a house, post and all, and transfer it to another site. Ginóhong níla ang baláy ni Fuláno. They removed N.N.'s house, posts and all, to another place. Ang ímo baláy (lám-ag) támà kadakû nga daw sa índì maóhong, kóndì malígaw lang. Your house is too large to remove in one load, but it can be removed in parts, piecemeal (by transferring the roof, the post, etc. separately). Ohónga lang nínyo ang íya baláy. Just take up and transfer his house in one load. N.B. The second meaning seems to be derived from the first, as in the operation called "óhong" a house is taken up and removed just as an óhong-mushroom is taken from the ground and carried away root and all.



óhong

Hiligaynon

A kind of mushroom; to remove a house, post and all, and transfer it to another site. Ginóhong níla ang baláy ni Fuláno. They removed N.N.'s house, posts and all, to another place. Ang ímo baláy (lám-ag) támà kadakû nga daw sa índì maóhong, kóndì malígaw lang. Your house is too large to remove in one load, but it can be removed in parts, piecemeal (by transferring the roof, the post, etc. separately). Ohónga lang nínyo ang íya baláy. Just take up and transfer his house in one load. N.B. The second meaning seems to be derived from the first, as in the operation called "óhong" a house is taken up and removed just as an óhong-mushroom is taken from the ground and carried away root and all.


lígaw

Hiligaynon

To transfer or remove to another site, set up somewhere else, especially applied to small native houses, first taking off and transporting the roof and then the rest. Ligáwon nínyo ang ákon baláy. Transfer my house to another site. Ligáwi nínyo ang ákon útud sang íya baláy nga árà dirâ sa bánwa kag dálhon nínyo sa umá. Transfer my brother's town house to the farm. (see óhong-to remove a house, posts and roof, in one load, to another place).


lungáw

Hiligaynon

A group or cluster dependent on a principal group; to appear or grow in a group in the neighbourhood of the principal group. Iníng púnsok nga óhong may lungáw dirâ-or-nagalungáw dirâ. This group of óhong-mushrooms has another dependent cluster over there. (see lahóng).


pangóhong

Hiligaynon

To gather mushrooms. (see óhong).


sál-ang

Hiligaynon

A kind of mushroom. (see óhong, lígbos).


ambohóng

Hiligaynon

To snort, blow air through the nose in anger or discontent, to grumble, murmur, complain. Indì ka magambohóng. Don't grumble. Anó ang ímo ginaambohóng? Why are you murmuring-or-complaining? Indì mo akó pagambohongán. Don't murmur against me-or-in my presence, (see púsnga-to blow air through the nose as an angry buffalo does).


ngúrab

Hiligaynon

Murmur, grumble, muttering, complaint; to murmur, mutter, grumble, complain, croak, growl, show discontent by speech. Indì ka magngúrab. Don't grumble. Ginngurában níya akó. He murmured against me. Ginngúrab níya ang íya kaákig. He gave vent to his anger by uttering complaints. (N.B. "ngúrab" means to voice one's complaint by saying what is one's grievance, "kósmod, ambohóng, ariwaróng" mean to show one's discontent by manner, expression or gesture).