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báng-aw

Hiligaynon

To become stale, tasteless, insipid, to rot, spoil, go bad (applied especially to food), (see pán-os, bagéu).



báng-aw

Hiligaynon

Also: to foil, baffle, thwart, frustrate; to fail, be foiled, etc. Nabáng-aw (Nagkabáng aw, nagkalabáng-aw) ang (Nabang-awán silá sang) íla mga hándum. They failed to reach the object of their desires. Their hopes were disappointed.


ásak

Hiligaynon

To jump-, fly-, to a distance, as chips of wood or the like; to bang, patter, clatter, (see ásik, bárak).


bagéu

Hiligaynon

Spoilt, rotten, decayed, putrid, tainted (of foodstuffs); to get spoilt, etc. (of food-stuffs). Nagbagéu ang ísdà, kán-on, tinóla, etc. The fish, rice, vegetable dish, etc. spoiled. Indì mo pagpabageuón (pagpabagewón) ang ísdà. Do not allow the fish to go rotten. (see pán-os, báng-og).


báng-og

Hiligaynon

Decomposition, putrefaction, rottenness: to decompose, putrify, rot, spoil, go bad so as to be unpalatable or unfit, said of food. Nagbáng-og ang kán-on. The rice spoiled. Nabáng-og ang íla punsyón, kay walâ magabút ang mga inágda. Their banquet got spoilt, because the invited guests did not put in an appearance. Nabang-ogán kamí sing isá ka búgsò nga kárne. One of our pieces of meat became putrid. Indì mo pagpabang-ogón ang ísdà. Don't allow the fish to go bad. (see bagéu, pán-os).


gólpe

Hiligaynon

(Sp. golpe) Bang, whack, thwack, wallop, buffet, blow, stroke, hit, knock, jolt, jog, jerk, shock; a sudden mishap, fit, accident or action. Sing (Sa) gólpe. All at once, suddenly, all of a sudden, unexpectedly, without preparation or premonition, with great force or impetus. Ginakígan níya siá sing gólpe kag gintíklod. All at once he got angry with him and pushed him aside. Napatáy siá sing gólpe. He died suddenly, quite unexpectedly. Also verb: Gingólpe níya ang pagdóksol sa kay Fuláno. He suddenly or impetuously attacked N.N. Golpehá ang paglámpus sang wásay sa káhoy. Swing the axe with all your might against the tree. Inâ nga bátà nagagílagíl, kay may gólpe. This boy was stunted in growth on account of an accident. (see hinálì, hinalî, lámpus, bálbal, samád).


kabang-awán

Hiligaynon

Rottenness, insipidness, staleness; failure, fiasco, defeat. (see báng-aw).


lagápok, lagapók

Hiligaynon

The noise of a book, board, sheet of iron, etc. falling flat; to clap, flop, slap, plump, slam. Naglagápok ang mga tulún-an nga nadágdag sa estánte. The books that fell down from the case slammed on the floor. The books fell down from the case with a bang. Diín ang hulút nga ginalagapókan? Where is the room from which the noise comes? (see lágpok, linagápok).


lágpok

Hiligaynon

Slap, clap, slam, flop, noise of a falling book, board, etc.; to flop, bang, etc. to the floor. Naglágpok ang tulún-an sa tulungtúngan. The books banged on the table. Indì ka magpalágpok sang tápì-or-índì mo pagpalagpokón ang tápì. Don't slam the board down. (see lagápok).


lagúmba

Hiligaynon

A loud noise, thud, thump, bang, howling, roaring (of waves, etc.); to make a great din or noise, etc. Nagalagúmba-or-nagalinagúmba ang dalágkù nga mga balúd nga nagabúnal sang hunásan. The huge waves beating against the beach are making a noise like thunder,-are roaring,-are making a thundering noise. (see lágbong, lagábong).


láng-og

Hiligaynon

Stale, decomposed, rotten, bad, evil smelling; to be rotten etc. (see báng-og, pán-os, bagéu, láng-ig).


lás-ay

Hiligaynon

Insipidity, mawkishness, tastelessness; to be, make or become insipid, mawkish, unappetizing, tasteless, abominable, disgusting. Walâ gid sing lás-ay iníng pagkáon. This food has nothing of insipidity about it. This food tastes fine or nice. Naglás-ay iníng bíno, kay nasimbúgan sing hinébra. This wine has lost its flavour, for it has been mixed with gin. Nalas-ayán akó sa íya. He is abominable to me. I am disgusted with him. Las-ayá lang ang íla pagkáon, kay támà kadalók sa íla. Make their food tasteless, because they are too greedy. Linas-ayán (pinalas-ayán) akó níla dídto sing pagkáon. They gave me there tasteless or insipid food. Urúton (Saídon) mo iní sang káon karón, kay sa buás magalás-ay. Eat this up now, for to-morrow it will be stale, vapid, mawkish, unappetizing, flat. (see báng-aw, pán-os, lán-o, maláin, etc.).


lupók

Hiligaynon

Discharge, detonation, snap, pop, bang, crash; the report of a gun, a shot; to explode, burst; the firing off of guns or mortars at feasts, etc. May lupók. There is, was or will be, the firing off of guns or mortars. Nakabatì ka sang lupók sang pusíl? Did you hear the report of the rifle? Naglupók ang kaldéra, ang gúma sang áwto, etc. The kettle, the auto-tyre, etc. burst, exploded, blew-up,-out. Nalúkpan si Fuláno sing rekámara kag napatáy. N.N. was hit by an exploding mortar and was killed. Nalúkpan akó sing kaldéra. One of my cauldrons exploded. Ang ibán nga mga ítlog kon ibutáng sa abó nga maínit magalupók. Some eggs burst when put in hot ashes. (Palupokí) Palúkpi ang mga kalasálon. Fire off some guns for the marriage-couple.


mabáng-og

Hiligaynon

Spoilt, rotten, bad, unpalatable, corrupt, putrified (of food, etc.). (see báng-og).


malágtok

Hiligaynon

Cracking, crackling, crepitant; falling with a bang, thud, thump or crash. (see lágtok).


pán-os

Hiligaynon

Rotten, tainted, bad, contaminated, spoilt, putrid, said especially of foodstuffs; to rot, go bad, get spoilt, etc. Nagpán-os ang kárne. The meat was tainted. Napan-osán kamí sang ísdà kag tungúd sinâ walâ kamí sing súd-an sa panihápon námon. Our fish went bad and consequently we had no side-dish for our supper. (see bángog, bagéu, báng-aw, pángos, lúb-uk, hurô).


pasíntok

Hiligaynon

Caus. of síntok. To knock together, strike, crash, bump, bang, clash, slam, hit, whack, beat, batter, strike together (with an audible sound). Pasintoká ang íla ólo. Knock their heads together. Pinasíntok níya ang duhá ka lubí. He bumped the two coconuts together. Ipasíntok iníng tápì sa sin. Strike this board against the sheet of roofing iron. (see pasúntok).


kabáng-aw

Hiligaynon

See kabang-awán.