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búg-ong

Hiligaynon

Fat, having plump cheeks, fat-faced. (see baragóok).



alagóng-ong

Hiligaynon

A small tree, whose fruit is much liked by ravens and other birds.


aláplag

Hiligaynon

(H) See alapláag id. Alaplága or paalaplága ang mga karnero. Disperse the sheep. Ipaaláplag mo ang mga kánding sa kay Pédro. Get Peter to disperse the goats. Ang pagkakristiáno nakaaláplag na sa búg-os nga kalibútan. Christianity has now spread throughout the world. Yádtong bakólod naalaplágan sing madámù nga kahayópan. That hill has many farm animals scattered over it.


aligóng-ong

Hiligaynon

See alagóng-ong id. Also: aligúnung, aligúlung, id.


alóng-ong

Hiligaynon

To know, understand. (see inalóng-ong, hibaló, sáyod, áto).


angingípot

Hiligaynon

(H) The fire-bug, firefly, (see aninípot, ipót-ípot).


aninípot

Hiligaynon

(H) Fire-bug, fire-fly. (see ipót-ípot, angingípot).


ba-óng

Hiligaynon

A kind of creeper with edible roots.


babóy-babóy

Hiligaynon

A kind of blackish vermin that is often found on trees, underneath stones and the like; an oniscus, slater, wood-louse, sow-bug.


bágsat

Hiligaynon

Bug, bed-bug; to be-infested with bugs,-buggy. Binagsatán iníng kátre. This bed is full of bugs. (see báksat id.).


bák-ong

Hiligaynon

Shroud, winding-sheet; swaddling-cloth, swathing-clothes; to enshroud. (see bákhon).


bákhon

Hiligaynon

(B) Swaddling-cloth, swaddling-band, swathing-clothes. (see lámpin, bák-ong).


bakóko

Hiligaynon

An insect with a very obnoxious smell, a sort of large bug varying in size and colour. Some are as large as a cockroach.


báksat

Hiligaynon

(H) Bug, bedbug. (see bágsat id. N.B. This term seems to have been introduced by the Chinese).


bál-ong

Hiligaynon

To check, curb, hinder, stop, etc. See pál-ong.


bálò

Hiligaynon

Alarm, warning, signal or notice of danger from fire, thieves, water, etc.; to give a danger-signal or warning. May bálò nga--. The alarm is given that--. Ipabálò (ibálò) mo sa bánwa nga dirí siníng minurô nagakalamátay ang mga háyop. Send warning (give warning) to the town, that here in this village the domestic animals are dying off. Binalóan or ginbalóan sang búg-os nga bánwa ang amó nga nahatabô. The whole town was alarmed over that event. (see paándam, paálam).


búg-at

Hiligaynon

Weight, heaviness, ponderousness, heftiness; to be or become heavy, weighty, ponderous, hefty. A, nagbúg-at na ang báboy. Well, the pig has become heavy now. Nagbúg-at na ang kárga ko, kay nagbínhod ang ákon abága. My load feels heavy, because my shoulder is benumbed. Nabug-atán akó sinâ. That was too heavy for me. Indì ka magpabúg-at sang ímo láwas kon mapatíbong ka. Don't let yourself be a dead-weight, when you are carried on a man's shoulders. Fig.: Indì ka magpabúg-at sang pangabúhì sang ímo mga ginikánan. Don't be a burden to your parents. Nagbúg-at na kaáyo ang íya pagbátì. His condition has become very serious. He is very dangerously ill. (see tágbong).


bug-óngan

Hiligaynon

Of fat-, plump-, cheeks, having puffy cheeks; a kind of large, fat frog.


búg-os

Hiligaynon

Whole, entire, complete; to do something fully, completely, thoroughly. Ang búg-os nga panimaláy. The entire family. Sa búg-os níya nga kusúg. With all his strength. Bug-osá ang ímo hunâhúnà nga sa Manílà ka makádto. Make up your mind fully, that you will go to Manila. Bug-osí siá sang ímo pagtábang. Assist him with right good will. Give him all the help you can-or-that he needs. Ibúg-os mo ang paghátag sang ímo dútà sa ímo mga apó, kay walâ man ikáw sing anák nga buhî. Give all your land to your grandson, as you have no son living. (see tanán, bilóg).


búgrong

Hiligaynon

Full-bodied, fleshy, fat, corpulent, stout, obese; to be or become stout, etc. Nagbúgrong siá. He grew stout. (see búg-ong).


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