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búgsò

Hiligaynon

A part, share, division, piece, small heap of meat, fish, etc.; to divide, portion out, cut in parts, make small heaps of. Bugsoá ang kárne sing waló ka atádo nga mamísos. Cut the meat in eight pieces of a peso-worth each. Bugsoí akó sing bále pisítas sináng atádo. Cut me off a peseta worth of that piece. Ibúgsò akó ánay siníng ísdà. Kindly cut up this fish for me. Binugsoán níya siá sing bále salapî. He cut him off a piece worth fifty centavos. (see híwà, gulút, gíray, giráy, dolón, atádo, túmpok).



balakì

Hiligaynon

To poise, to weigh in the hand, to judge or guess the weight of an object by holding it and moving it up and down. Balakía ang búgsò sang kárne. Weigh the piece of meat in your hand. Ginabalákì níya ang kabug-atón sang bombáy. He tried the weight of the onions in his hand. Figuratively: to balance, match. Ang bána nga mapíntas kag ang asáwa nga mahínay nagabalákì. The rough husband and the gentle wife compensate for each other. Ginabalákì sang Diós ang mga batásan sang magasawá. God balances the qualities of married folk.


bálon

Hiligaynon

Provisions or food-supplies for a journey; to take provisions along. Nagbálon akó sing tápa. I took dried meat along for the trip. Balóna iníng kán-on. Take this cooked rice with you for the journey. Balóni siá sing pinákas. Give him dried salt fish along as a provision for the journey. Pabalóni siá sing pinákas. Provide him with dried salt fish for the trip. Ipabálon ko sa íla iníng búgsò nga kárne. I will give them this piece of meat along for the trip.


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).


bódo

Hiligaynon

To salt, pickle, put in brine. Bodóha ang ísdà, páhò, etc. Pickle the fish, mango, etc. Ibódo akó ánay siníng búgsò nga ísdà. Kindly pickle this piece of fish for me. Bodóhi akó sing tóloy. Salt down some sardines for me. Binódo (binóro)-salted (pickled) fish. (see bóro, asín, gamós).


gamús

Hiligaynon

To salt, brine, steep in brine, pickle. Gámsa (gamusá) ang hípon. Salt down the hipon-fish. Gámsi (gamusí) akó sing tátlo ga gántang nga tabagák. Pickle for me three gantas of tabagac-fish. Igamús akó siníng báboy. Please salt and pickle this pork for me. Ipagamús ko sa kosinéro iníng isá ka búgsò nga kárne. I'll get the cook to salt down this piece of meat. (see asín, lílang, patís).


gisá

Hiligaynon

(Sp. guisar) To bake, to baste, fry or prepare with any kind of fat. Gisahá ang manók sa mantékà. Fry the chicken in lard. Gisahí akó sing isá ka búgsò nga kárne. Prepare me a piece of meat. Igisá akó ánay siníng ísdà. Kindly fry this fish for me. (see príto).


giwâ

Hiligaynon

A piece, bit, portion, part, parcel, share, division. (see gíwà, gikás, gikasón, báhin, gulút, búgsò, kusî, punâ).


guliláy

Hiligaynon

Part, piece, share, portion, division, cut, cutlet, strip. (see giráy, gikás, báhin, búgsò, gulút, kusáhos).


impanáda

Hiligaynon

(Sp. empanada) Meatpie, fruit-pie, a mixture of meat, eggs, shrimps, raisins, etc. baked in pastry, in flour, battered; to batter, to bake in pastry. Impanadáha ang manók. Cook the chicken in pastry. Impanadáhi akó sining búgsò nga kárne. Bake me this piece of meat in batter.


impanáda

Hiligaynon

(Sp. empanada) Meatpie, fruit-pie, a mixture of meat, eggs, shrimps, raisins, etc. baked in pastry, in flour, battered; to batter, to bake in pastry. Impanadáha ang manók. Cook the chicken in pastry. Impanadáhi akó sining búgsò nga kárne. Bake me this piece of meat in batter.


kusáhos

Hiligaynon

Meat cut in thin strips and dried; jerked beef; to cut in thin strips. Kusahósa ang kárne. Cut the meat in thin strips (and dry it). Kusahósi akó sing báka. Cut up for me some beef into thin strips. Ikusáhos akó ánay siníng búgsò nga kárne. Kindly cut this piece of meat in thin strips for me. (see kasáhos, but "kusáhos" is more commonly used). (see tápa-to slice meat; dried sliced meat; ugá or binulád-dried fish).


lágà

Hiligaynon

(B) To boil or to cook in water (meat, vegetables, peas and beans, tea, etc.). Lagáa ang kárne, balátong, mónggo, etc. Boil the meat, the beans, the monggo, etc. in water. Lagái akó sing isá ka búgsò nga kárne. Boil a piece of meat for me. Ilágà akó ánay siníng kadiós. Please to boil these black peas for me. Ilágà iníng túbig sa tsa. Boil the tea in this water. (see laúya, lapó, tanók, bukál, lútò, ráhà).


láplap

Hiligaynon

To cut in slices or pieces, carve (cutting slantingly or horizontally). Laplapá iníng búgsò, tinápay, ísdà, etc. Cut this piece, bread, fish, etc. in slices. Laplapí akó sing kárne. Carve some meat for me. Gingolót níya ang kárne, walâ níya paglaplapá. He cut the meat downwards, he did not carve it from right to left. Iláplap sa kárne iníng kotsílyo. Cut the meat with this knife.


ságà

Hiligaynon

A piece, division, portion of meat, fish, etc; to divide, cut up in pieces. (see híwà, búgsò).


sinágà

Hiligaynon

Cut up and stringed together; a portion, lot or share (of pork, beef, fish, etc.); by the string or bundle tied together. Nakabakál akó sing kárne, ísdà, báboy, etc. nga sinágà. I bought some meat, fish, pork, etc. by the string, i.e. several pieces strung together. (see ságà, binúgsò, tinóhog, (búgsò, tóhog)).


tigána

Hiligaynon

Reserved, laid up, ready, provided, seen to, in preparation, in readiness, kept in reserve for; to get ready, make-ready,-preparation, provide for, see to, keep in-reserve,-readiness for, lay up, retain, hold over to. Mabakál akó sing isá ka búgsò nga kárne nga itigána (pagaitigána) sa panyága. I shall buy a piece of meat in preparation for dinner. Nagtigána siá sa ákon sing madámù nga mga páhò. Gintigán-an (Gintigánhan, gintiganáhan) akó níya sing madámù nga mga páhò. He got many mangoes ready for me. Tigán-i (Tigánhi, tiganáhi) silá sing kán-on. Prepare rice for them. Itigána sa ákon ang pagkáon. Get ready something for me to eat. Keep some food in reserve for me. Natigána (Naáman, nahándà) na balá ang tanán nga mga kinahánglan sa pándut? Is everything ready for the feast? Tigánhan mo silá sang íla nga kinahánglan. See to their needs. Get (Make) ready what they want. (see hímos, híwat, híkot, tigáyon, áman, hándà).


búgsok

Hiligaynon

Stake, post, upright, driven into the soil for a fence, etc.; to drive into the soil, plant a post and the like. Binúgsok na níla ang búgsok. They have driven the post into the ground. Bugsokí sing halígi iníng búhò. Set up a post in this hole. Ibúgsok mo akó ánay siníng kawáyan. Kindly drive that bamboo into the ground for me. Nagbúgsok silá sing Krus sa ibábaw sang linúbngan. They planted a cross above the grave. Ang solár nga pagapatindogán níla sang bág-o nga baláy nabugsokán na sing waló ka halígi. The ground on which they are going to erect the new house has already eight posts set up in it.


abút-ábut

Hiligaynon

Freq. of ábut. To come and go, pass off and on; to come within reach, to reach nearly, but not quite. Nagaabút-ábut sa íya ang balatían. The disease attacks him periodically or in frequent fits. Ang kánding ginaabút-ábut na sang idô nga nagalagás. The goat is being nearly caught up to by the pursuing dog. Ang tá-ub nagaabút-ábut dirí siníng baybáyon túbtub sa tungâtúngà sinâ nga búgsok. The high tide on this beach usually rises to about the middle of that post.


bángot

Hiligaynon

To tie, bind, lash, fasten with a rope or string. Ibángot ang karabáw sa halígi sing serádo. Tie the buffalo close to the post. Bángti (bangóti) ang halígi sang kabáyo. Tie the horse to the post. Ibángot akó sang karabáw sa halígi. Please tie the buffalo to the post for me. Ang karabáw nga nabángot sa búgsok nakabúhì. The buffalo that was tied to the stake got loose. (see higót).


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