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báog

Hiligaynon

A decaying or rotten nail, claw, hoof, etc. that is about to fall off; to decay, rot (of a toe-nail, etc.).



ba-óg

Hiligaynon

Gray, grey, of a dull colour; to be or become grey. Baóg ang íya nga báyò. His jacket is grey-coloured. Nabaóg ang íya delárgo. His trousers have gone grey or have faded (through use or age).


bá-og

Hiligaynon

Bad, foul, rotten, said of eggs, especially of those having a dead chicken inside; to spoil, become rotten or foul, to go bad (of eggs). Figuratively: unsuccessful, to no purpose; to be or become a failure. Nagbáog ang ítlog. The egg is bad. Mga ítlog nga báog. Rotten eggs. Báog nga táo. An unsuccessful man, one who is unlucky or meets with failure. Nagbáog ang íla nga katuyoán. Their plan or intention was not carried out, came to naught, was shelved, etc. Nabaógan gid silá sang íla nga ginkasugtánan. Their agreement was of short duration,-did not last long,-was soon forgotten.


babaúgon

Hiligaynon

Foul, rotten, spoilt (of eggs, etc.; see báog).


balingón

Hiligaynon

(H) Small (sun-dried) fish. Also used as a verb. Ang gunô, balinô kag tabagák ginbalingón sing masamí. Gunô-, balinô-and tabagák-fish are often dried in the sun. (see báog).


baúg

Hiligaynon

Grey, old. (baóg id.).


báw-og

Hiligaynon

Foul, rotten, stale, contaminated, fetid, putrid, polluted, said especially of water. Báw-og nga túbig. Foul water. Nagbáw-og ang túbig. The water has become fetid or polluted. (see alungaóg, báog).