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bókol

Hiligaynon

The bud of a flower; a young, small coconut.



bokól

Hiligaynon

Knob, hard protuberance, stud, boss, bump, hard swelling. (see bokóbóko).


álom

Hiligaynon

(H) A mole, a small, black (or even white) spot or pimple, never larger than a wart. It is indelible, being a birthmark. Larger protuberances, even if accidentally acquired, are called "bokól" and more extensive moles of various discolorations are known as "kaláhà, karáhà". (see álong, árong id.).


bíngkol

Hiligaynon

A knob, protuberance; the hip-bone prominent in a horse, ass, etc. (see bokól, pískil).


bóklon

Hiligaynon

Knobby, knotty, bumpy, having one or more hard-bumps,-protuberances,-swellings. Ang may bokól ginatawág nga bóklon. That which has a knob is called knobby. (see bokól).


bóktot

Hiligaynon

A hunchback, humpback, crookback. Ang táo nga may dakû nga bokól sa likód ginatawág nga bóktot. A man with a hump on his back is called a hunchback. (see búgtot).


dála

Hiligaynon

(H) To bear fruit; to be pregnant, be with child, be big with child. Ang lubí nagadála (nagadalá) na sing bókol. The coconut palm is now bearing fruit. Nagadála siá. She is with child. (see pamúnga, mábdus, búsung, sámbol, búntis, dára).


pamókol

Hiligaynon

Freq. of bókol. To form buds, to bud; to form fruit especially applied to the coconut palm and burí palm. Nagapamókol na ang lubí. The coco-palm is now beginning to bear fruit, is bearing young nuts. Nagapamókol na ang mga rósas. The rose trees are budding, the roses are-budding,-in bud.


payópot

Hiligaynon

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