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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).


bulugsókan

Hiligaynon

(H) A hole, place or piece of ground into which a post or stake is to be driven for a house, bridge, fence, etc. (búgsok).


gáid

Hiligaynon

To bind, fasten, tether, hitch or lash to, secure, picket, moor, make fast to, tie to. Igáid ang kalát sa búgsok. Fasten the rope to the stake. Gingáid níla siá sa isá ka halígi. They bound him fast to a post. Igáid ang karabáw sa kodál. Tether the buffalo to the fence. Gaíri (-ídi) iníng búgsok sang ímo kabáyo. Tie up your horse to this stake. Sín-o ang naggáid sang ákon idô sa hágdan? Who tied my dog to the ladder? Pagabút ko dirí nagáid na siá. It was tied when I arrived here. (see higót, bángot).


góos

Hiligaynon

String, band, rope, cord, thong, line, guy; to tie, bind, fasten with a string, lash, string, rope. Igóos mo iníng kalát sa tuód. Tie this rope to the stump. Goósi sing písì ang gákut nga humáy. Bind the bundle of rice. Goósa ang kalát. Fasten the rope. Igóos akó sang pinutús. Kindly tie up the parcel for me with string. Makalámbut ka balá sa paggóos sang pugáwa sa úkbong sang búgsok? Can you reach high enough to bind the cross-piece to the top of the paling? Naglóslos ang góos. The rope got loose. (see higót).


higót

Hiligaynon

Band, bond, string, cord, rope, tape, any binding material; to bind, tie, secure, fasten with a string, etc. Ihigót ang kabáyo sa búgsok. Hitch the horse to the stake. Hígti (higotí) ang kabáyo sing kalát. Tie the horse with a rope. Ihigót mo iníng písì sa ákon pinutús. Use this string to bind up my parcel. (see gáid, bángot, bangót, gápus, góos).


kalápkap

Hiligaynon

Tendril of a vine, etc.; to encircle, wind around, cling to, entwine. Ang búyò nagakalápkap sa búgsok. The "búyò" is winding itself around the post. Iníng mga bató ginakalapkapán sang kadenadeamór. These stones are entwined with the vine called "cadena de amor". Pakalapkapá ang kalubáy sa palápála. Make the "calubay" cling to the trellis or lattice work. (see kápkap, kabúd).


lóslos

Hiligaynon

To get loose, drop, come down, fall down, sink lower, said of things that are not fastened well, sag, droop, hang loose, dangle. Naglóslos ang kawáyan sang kodál, kay gabúk ang higót, kay nasakán sang táo, etc. The bamboo got loose from the fence for the ties are rotten, because people stepped on it, etc. Naloslosán ang búgsok sang láta. The cross-pieces got loose from the stake. Húgta ang paghigót sang halóghog, kay nagalóslos ang ímo puróy. Fasten the slip-cord tightly, for your short pants are coming down. (see lógho).


lungâ-lúngà

Hiligaynon

To loosen by shaking to and fro, move to right and left, as a nail, post, bolt, etc., in order to draw it with ease. Lungâ-lungáa ang lánsang ánay kag ugáling gabúton mo. Shake the nail first to and fro and then draw it out. Ginlungâlúngà níya ang búgsok túbtub nga mahapús kuháon. He shook the stake till it became easy to remove it. (see úyog, hungáhúngà).


lúsì

Hiligaynon

To break, bend, blunt, said of pointed tools and other things not made of metal. Nalúsì ang ákon báhì. My wooden dibble has got blunted. Nalusían akó sing kokó. One of my fingernails has got jagged. Ginlúsì ni Fuláno ang púnta siníng búgsok. N.N. broke the point of this wooden stake.


págsuk

Hiligaynon

To thrust, drive hard down, ram in. (see búgsok, púgsak, búgsak, púsdak).


pálpal

Hiligaynon

A small post, stake or stick fixed in the ground and used chiefly for tethering an animal. Also used as a verb. Palpalán mo ang karabáw. Tether the buffalo to a stake in the ground. (see búgsok).


patabíd

Hiligaynon

Caus. of tabíd-to bind, etc. Ipatabíd ko ang ákon báka sa ímo karabáw. I will have my cow fastened or tied to your buffalo. Patabirí iníng búgsok sang higót sang ímo kakáyo. Have your horse hitched (tied) to this post.


pulágsak

Hiligaynon

To throw down with some force; to drive or ram down (a stake; etc.). (see púgsak, búgsok, ósok).


pús-ug

Hiligaynon

To ram in, drive into the soil, plant, set up, as a post, stake, or the like. (see ósok, búgsok, pulágsak).


súmpò

Hiligaynon

To blunt or dull a pointed tool, etc. Ginsúmpò níya ang bángkaw, lánsang, dága, etc. He blunted the point of the lance, nail, dagger, etc. Sumpoá ang íya batásan. Blunt his manners or habits i.e. curb them or reduce them to the normal. Indì mo pagsumpoón ang búgsok. Don't blunt the point of the stake. (see lúsò).


tágduk

Hiligaynon

A fence post; to put or ram in the posts for a fence, etc.; to arrange the warping board. (see búgsok).


taláwis

Hiligaynon

(H) Sharpness (of a point); to be or become sharp-pointed, to sharpen a point. Gintaláwis níya ang dága. He sharpened the point of his dagger. Natalawísan akó siníng búgsok. This stake appears to me to be sharp-pointed. This stake is too sharp-pointed for me. Ipataláwis mo sa manugsálsal ang ímo tagád. Let the smith (Get the smith to) put a sharp point to your dibble. (see talíwis, taráwis).


tálok

Hiligaynon

Post, stake, landmark, fence; to stake-out,-off, fence in, mark the boundary of. Talóki ang ímo umá. Stake off the boundaries of your land. (see búgsok, pálpal, kodál, tándà, pát-in, dólon).


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