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bágtong

Hiligaynon

(B) To bundle together, to wrap up in one's apron or other convenient part of one's dress. Bagtongá ang tinápay. Wrap up the bread (in your apron, the lower part of your skirt, etc.). Bagtongí ang tampíon mo sang tinápay. Wrap your apron around the bread. Wrap the bread up in your apron. Binágtong-a bundle. N.B. A binágtong is always wrapped up in, and somehow fastened to, one's dress, as an apron, the lower part of the skirt, a loose jacket, etc.; if a bundle is entirely separate from the body, it is not called a binágtong, but pinutús; in Hiligáynon, however, binágtong and pinutús are often used promiscuously. (see bántal).



bántal

Hiligaynon

(H) To bundle or wrap up, tuck in. Bantalá ang tinápay, ang mga búlak, ang kapáyas, etc. Tie up the bread, the flowers, the papayas, etc. in a bundle. Bantalá (ibántal) ang tinápay sa ímo patádyong. Wrap up the bread in your skirt. Bantalí ang ímo tampíon sing tinápay. Tuck some bread in your apron. (see bágtong, putús).


binágtong

Hiligaynon

(H) A parcel, package, bundle, anything wrapped up in an apron, skirt, blanket, etc. (see bágtong, pinutús).


búgkos

Hiligaynon

A bundle, parcel, fagot, faggot, bale, package, anything tied together with a string; to tie, bind together, fasten with a string, make a bundle or parcel of. Bugkosá ang písì, káhoy, pinutús, etc. Tie the rope, the wood, the parcel, etc. Bugkosi akó sing káhoy nga pilá ka nahót. Make me a bundle or fagot of a few sticks of wood. Ibúgkos akó sang ákon kwárta sa ímo nga pányo. Please, tie up my money in your handkerchief. Gatóng nga binugkosán. Firewood made up in fagots or bundles. Ang isá ka búgkos nga káhoy, kawáyan nga liníyas, tubó, tabákò, etc. A bundle of wood, of split bamboo, of sugar-cane, of tobacco-leaves, etc. (see bágtong, putús, binágtong, pinutús).


búngkos

Hiligaynon

A package, bundle; to pack, bundle up, wrap-, make-, up in a bundle. Bungkosá ang panápton mo. Tie your clothes up in a bundle. (see búgkos, baláhos, bágtong, putús).


empáke

Hiligaynon

(Sp. empaque) Packing; to pack. Empakéha ang kalámay. Pack the sugar. Iempáke iníng mga bayóong sa kalámay. Use these sacks of matting to pack the sugar in. (see putús, baláhos, bágtong).


empáke

Hiligaynon

(Sp. empaque) Packing; to pack. Empakéha ang kalámay. Pack the sugar. Iempáke iníng mga bayóong sa kalámay. Use these sacks of matting to pack the sugar in. (see putús, baláhos, bágtong).


hamókon

Hiligaynon

To fold or roll up, make up in a bundle or roll (clothes, mats, etc.) Hamokóna ang ímo báyò, delárgo kag hábul. Roll up into a bundle your jacket, trousers and blanket. Hamokóni akó sang ákon patádyong. Fold up my skirt. Ihamókon mo akó ánay sang mga panápton nga nagakalábit sa díngding. Fold and roll up for me, please, the clothes hanging on the wall. (see balólon, bágtong, putús, baláhos, hápin).


libálib

Hiligaynon

To wrap or roll up well in paper, etc. Libalíba ang pagputús sang mga panápton, agúd malíg-on. Wrap the clothes up well that the package may be strong, may be able to stand rough handling or the like. (see balólon, baláhos, putús, búngkus, bágtong, hapín).


putús

Hiligaynon

A small bundle, package or parcel; to pack, wrap up and fasten together, make a parcel. Pútsa (putusá) ang ákon panápton. Wrap up my clothes. Make up my garments into a parcel. Make a bundle (parcel) of my clothes. Pinutús nga tabákò. Tobacco-leaves made up in bundles. Iputús ko iníng papél sa tinápay. I'll wrap this paper round the bread. I'll wrap the bread in this paper. Ipaputús mo sa sologoón ang ákon inogílis nga panápton. Order the servant to pack my change of clothes. (see baláhos, bágtong).


púyos, puyós

Hiligaynon

A parcel, package; to bind or wrap up, fasten with a knot. Isá ka puyós nga tabákò, kalámay, etc. A parcel or package of tobacco, sugar, etc. Puyósi ang tabákò. Tie the tobacco up in a knot (of your handkerchief, or the like). Diín ang pinúyos ko nga panápton? Where is my parcel (package) of clothes? May kwárta siá nga ginapuyósan sa púsud sang íya pányò. He has some money tied up in the corner of his handkerchief. (see putús, bágtong, baláhos, balíghot).