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alóp

Hiligaynon

A plug, peg, bung, wedge driven into an object from underneath or behind; a boss, stud, knob. (see halóp id. and more commonly used).



álop

Hiligaynon

To plug, bung up, stop up a hole by means of a pin, bolt, wedge or the like driven in from inside or from underneath the object to be plugged or mended. Alópi ang lusóng. Plug the rice-mortar. Iálop ko iníng káhoy sa lusóng. I am going to stop up the hole in the rice-mortar with this piece of wood. (see hálop; for the cork or stopple of a bottle "súngsung" is to be used).


alóp

Hiligaynon

The lid or cover at the bottom of a portable fish-trap made of wickerwork.


álpan

Hiligaynon

For alópan from álop-to stop, plug, etc.


halóp

Hiligaynon

A stopple, stopper, plug; boss, stud. (see alóp, halúp).


hálop

Hiligaynon

To plug, stopper, stopple. (see álop).


halúp

Hiligaynon

Stud, boss, gold-foil, decorations made of gold or silver, gilding, silvering; precious stone set in a ring, etc. (see alóp, halóp, támpok).


payópot

Hiligaynon

Stud, boss, bud, knob. (see bókol, bokól, alóp, halúp, támpok, pútot).


alóphop

Hiligaynon

(B) To cook or boil only a small quantity of rice, especially by means of the ánglit, a much smaller rice-pot than the kólon. Alophopí akó. Cook a little rice for me. Paalophopí akó. Get somebody to boil a little rice for me. Kon mga saráng ialóphop mo akó ánay sing diótay nga bugás. Kindly cook a small quantity of rice for me. (see halóphop id. and more in use).


alopí

Hiligaynon

A rice-cake made of rice-flour mixed with sugar and coconut-meat, wrapped up in banana-leaves and boiled. (see bagódbod).


alopíhon

Hiligaynon

Materials got ready or required for the making of a rice-cake called "alopí".


alopínpin

Hiligaynon

Half-full grains, particularly of rice. (see umáyaw, amáyaw).


alopó-op

Hiligaynon

Dense mist, fog, vapour, cloud. Also used as a verb. May alopó-op or nagaalopó-op. There is a mist. It is misty, foggy, cloudy. Nagapangalopó-op or naalopo-ópan ang búkid. The mountain is covered with-, shrouded in-, clouds. (see ámbon, pangánud, gálum).


halóphop

Hiligaynon

(B) To cook only a small amount of rice. See alóphop.


pahalóphop

Hiligaynon

To let or order to cook only a small quantity of rice. Pahalophopá ang diótay nga bugás. Have the small measure of rice cooked. Pahalophopí akó sing bugás. Let a little rice be cooked for me. Nagpahalóphop siá sing isá ka púdyot nga bugás nga maputî sa masakít. He had a little white rice boiled for the sick person. (pa, halóphop).


salópsop

Hiligaynon

(H) To penetrate, go deep, enter deep. Iníng kasákit nagsalópsop sa íya tagiposóon. This sorrow or pain entered deep into (penetrated) his heart. Ginsalopsopán ang íya kasíngkásing sang amó nga kasubô. That sorrow touched him to the quick, wounded his heart deeply (salúpsup id.; see kágit).


amáyaw

Hiligaynon

Rice not quite full and not quite empty, rice that at winnowing comes to lie between the chaff (upá) blown far off and the full grains falling down straight (timgas). (see umáyaw id. and the more usual form, alopínpin).


ámbon

Hiligaynon

Dense mist, fog, vapour, haze, clouds on mountains, etc.; also used as a verb. Naambonán ang mga búkid sing madámol. The mountains are densely enshrouded in clouds. May ámbon ang búkid-or-nagapangámbon ang búkid. The mountain is covered with clouds. (see alopó-op, gál-um, dámpug).


ánglit

Hiligaynon

A small cooking-pot used chiefly to boil small quantities of rice in. (see alóphop, halóphop-to cook a little rice, mostly done in the ánglit).


bagódbod

Hiligaynon

A dish of rice-flour mixed with sugar and coconut meat. (see alopí).


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