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bálag

Hiligaynon

To bar, block the way, stop, interrupt, lay obstacles in the way, etc. Balági siá. Block his way. Indì ka magbálag sa ákon. Don't put any obstacles in my way. Ibálag sa íya iníng síya. Put this chair in his way. Dílì nínyo pagbalágan ang ákon sugilánon. Don't disturb or interrupt my conversation. (see upág, balábag, pamalábag, dúpag, lúpag).



lámbat

Hiligaynon

To intercept on the road, stop, halt, bar or block the way, preclude the passage of, obstruct the progress of. Lamhatí siá sa dálan. Stop him on the road. Naglámbat siá sa ákon or linambatán níya akó. He intercepted me on my way. He prevented me from proceeding on my way. (see sámbat, bálag, pamalábag, bánggà, bángan).


lámbay

Hiligaynon

To intercept, stop on the road etc. See lámbat, puút, bálag, sámbat, bánggà, bángan. Lambayí siá. Intercept him (on the road).


ópol

Hiligaynon

To thwart, block, bar, cross, impede, hinder. (see bálag, pamalábag).


ópol

Hiligaynon

To thwart, block, bar, cross, impede, hinder. (see bálag, pamalábag).


úpag, upág

Hiligaynon

To hinder, impede, disturb, distract, interrupt. (See upáng lingáw, bálag, pamalábag, dúpag, lúpag).


úpag, upág

Hiligaynon

To hinder, impede, disturb, distract, interrupt. (See upáng lingáw, bálag, pamalábag, dúpag, lúpag).


balagahán

Hiligaynon

(H) Live coals, furnace, brazier. (see bága).


To flow, stream, pour, issue (of blood, perspiration, etc.). (see ílig, ágay, sagáhay).


Oven, stove, furnace, hearth. (see bagáng, dapóg, sun-adán, dalúnghan, lulutuán).


balagáy

Hiligaynon

A vegetable creeper whose young fruit is edible.


balágbag

Hiligaynon

Across, athwart, in the way. See balábag id.


balághan

Hiligaynon

A trough (for feeding pigs, dogs, etc.). (see bahóg, balahogán, balúghan, dalamugán).


balágon

Hiligaynon

A long, pliable, tough-root,-stem,-tendon of a creeper or other plants, used as a rope.


balagtásan

Hiligaynon

A discussion, disputation, debate, a literary entertainment, poetical competition, meeting, where the conversational language is preferably a native dialect. (see bágtas).


balagtíngon

Hiligaynon

Anything that can be rung or is to be rung, as a bell. (see bágting).


balagúbay

Hiligaynon

The fruit-stalk of the coconut palm. (see balayóbay).


bálì

Hiligaynon

To fracture, rupture, break without severing, to bend or twist so as to break, but without tearing off entirely. Nabálì ang íya bútkon. He broke his arm. Ginbálì níya ang alobaybayán sang hágdan. He broke the handrail of the ladder or stair. Balía ang sangá sang káhoy nga nagabálag (sang) sa dálan. Bend back and twist the branch that obstructs the road.


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).


bugáhay

Hiligaynon

To flow over, overflow, flow-out,-off. Nagabugáhay ang túbig. The water overflows. Sang pagtokád ko sináng bakólod nagbugáhay gid lang ang ákon bálhas. When I ascended that hill, my perspiration flowed in streams. Ginpabugáhay níla ang túbig sa talámnan. They caused the water to flow over the field. Pabugaháya ang túbig. Let the water flow-or-cause the water to flow. Pabugaháyi ang humáy sing túbig. Flood the rice-field. (see sagáhay, áwas, ílig, balagáhay).


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