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búla

Hiligaynon

(Sp. búla) Bull, papal bull.



búlà

Hiligaynon

Foam, froth, spume; to foam, froth, spume (at the mouth). Nagabúlà ang bábà sang pakâ. The frog emits froth from the mouth. (búrà id.).


búla

Hiligaynon

Fortune, luck. (Obsolete; buláhan, etc. are derived from it), (see bálà).


bukál

Hiligaynon

Bubble, froth, foam; to seethe, bubble, froth, boil. Nagabukál na ang túbig. The water is boiling. Sa tiémpo sang kólera ímnon mo ang túbig nga pinabukál kag pinabúgnaw sa bangâ. During an epidemic of cholera you should drink water that has been boiled and cooled in a water-jar. (see akálakál, sindakál, búlà).


búrà

Hiligaynon

(B) See búla-to foam (at the mouth etc.); foam, froth.


ambulánsya

Hiligaynon

(Sp. ambulancia) Ambulance, field hospital; a stretcher or vehicle to convey the wounded or sick to a hospital.


bokabuláryo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. vocabulario) Vocabulary, lexicon, dictionary. (see kapulúngan).


bulád

Hiligaynon

To spread out, especially to dry in the sun. Buladá or bulará ang humáy, ang hábul, etc. Spread out the rice, the blanket, etc. Bularí ang amákan sing humáy. Spread some rice on the bamboo-mat. Ibulád akó sang ákon báyò, kay nabasâ. Please put out my jacket to dry (in the sun), for it is wet. (see ládlad, bílad, banílad).


buladór

Hiligaynon

(Sp. volador) Kite. Palupará or patágba ang ímo buladór. Fly your kite. (see pinakâ, sapísápi, sinángula).


bulág

Hiligaynon

Blind in one eye, one-eyed, but also used to imply total blindness. (see lamón, butá-totally blind).


búlag

Hiligaynon

To deprive of one eye. Nabúlag ang íya nga matá. He lost one eye, became blind in one eye. Nagbúlag siá sang matá sang idô. He deprived the dog of one eye. Ginbúlag níya ang matá sang kánding. He blinded the goat in one eye.


bulág

Hiligaynon

To sever, separate, divorce, part, sunder, put asunder. Bulagón nínyo ang ínyo nga paghilúngug. Break off from living together. Magbulágay kamó. Separate from each other. Ginbulág (ginpabulág) níla ang duhá ka bátà nga nagaáway. They separated the two fighting boys. Bulagí ang laláki, kay walâ kamó makasál. Separate from your paramour, for you are not married. Ang ginímpon sang Diós índì pagbulagón sang táo. What God has joined together, let no man put asunder. Sa pagbulágay nagagíkan ang kalímot. Separation begets forgetfulness. "Out of sight, out of mind".


bulagáw

Hiligaynon

Bright red, yellowish; blond, golden, light and fair (said of hair, eyes, complexion, etc.).


bulagís

Hiligaynon

One having blue eyes, blue-eyed.


bulágnò

Hiligaynon

Blind in one eye, wanting-, lacking-, an eye, one-eyed. (see bulág).


bulágsak

Hiligaynon

To drive in, ram in, force down; throw down with some force. (see pulágsak, búgsak, púsdak).


buláhan

Hiligaynon

Happy, blessed, blest, beatified, blissful, felicitous, fortunate, lucky, favoured; to be or become happy, etc. Sa ulíhi nga mga ádlaw magabuláhan ka gid, kon magkabuhî ka sing matárung. You will finally become very happy indeed, if you lead a good life. (see baláan, paláran).


bulahín

Hiligaynon

(B) Anything set apart or kept for another; to set apart, put aside, reserve, keep for. Bulahiná iníng isá ka pínggan nga kán-on sa kay tátay. Keep this plate of rice for father. Bulahiní si nánay sing mamón. Set some cake apart for mother. Ibulahín akó ánay sing duhá ka bílog nga páhò, kay malúyag akó magkáon sinâ sa buás sa ága sa ákon pamáhaw. Please keep two mangoes for me, because I wish to eat them tomorrow morning at my breakfast. (see tigána, bílin, turá, salín).


bulahô

Hiligaynon

(H) A disease of the ear that causes an evil-smelling discharge. (see ilíg).


buláhug

Hiligaynon

To stumble into, step in, fall into a hole, or the like. (see buláug, túdag, tádag, tásak, ládag).


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