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búlbul

Hiligaynon

Fine hair, down, feathers. (see balahíbo).



ántong

Hiligaynon

The smell of burning feathers, bones, paper, or the like; to emit such a smell. Nagaántong ang búlbul kon irotán. Burning feathers emit a peculiar smell called ántong. Naantongán akó sang papél nga nasúnug. I smell (smelt) the smell of burning paper.


apóhap-apóhap

Hiligaynon

(B) To coax, bamboozle, blarney, humbug, persuade, wheedle, "use soft soap", ingratiate oneself with, treat with sweet and kind words; to stroke very lightly. Ginapóhap-apohápan níya ang mga pumilílì sing matám-is nga mga púlong kag makalulúyag nga mga túg-an. He coaxed the electors by sweet words and attractive promises. Iapóhap-apóhap sa íya iníng búlbul. Stroke him with this feather.


b

Hiligaynon

The letter "B" in Visayan has the same sound as in English. Being a labial it has a natural affinity with "M" and if the prefix pan-is joined to any word beginning with a "b", that "b" is changed into "m", e.g. búhat becomes pamúhat instead of panbúhat; búnak becomes pamúnak and the verbal noun and adjective formed from the latter is mamumunák; báwì-pamáwì-mamamáwì, etc. Very frequently the prefixes ha- and hi- produce the same change, e.g. bilí-hamilí; búlbul-himúlbul, etc.


bagáybay

Hiligaynon

The neck-feathers of a cock. (see kuyús, láwi, búlbul).


balahíbo

Hiligaynon

Small fine hairs or feathers, down. (see búlbul).


baráw

Hiligaynon

Spotted, dotted, marked with various colours, having variegated dots or spots; to be or become spotted, etc. Ang pisô nagbaráw sang pagúnut sang íya búlbul. The chicken turned out spotted after losing its down. (see kámbang).


búnlot

Hiligaynon

To draw-, pull-, drag-, pluck-, lug-, out with some force, to extract, wrench-, tear-, out. Bunlotá ang búlbul sang manók. Pluck the chicken. Ginbúnlot níya ang dílà sang báboy, ang gamót sang káhoy, etc. He tore out the pig's tongue, the tree-root, etc. (see búgnot, húnus, hábnus, gábut).


garúgad

Hiligaynon

To insert-one's finger,-a feather,-a piece of wood, etc. into a small apperture with a boring motion, dig, bore, probe. Indì mo paggarugáron (-ádon) sang ímo túdlò ang ímo dalúnggan. Don't dig your finger into your ears. Garugári sing lipák ang buyúg sa búhò. Prod with a piece of wood the wasp that is in the hole. Igarúgad iníng búlbul sa ilóng mo túbtub nga mangátsi ka. Put this feather up your nose till you sneeze. (see kalíkog, kolíkog, kilíkog).


gúnting

Hiligaynon

Shears, a pair of scissors; to shear, clip, cut with a pair of scissors. Guntingá ang ákon bohók. Cut my hair with a pair of scissors. Guntingí ang ákon bohók. Trim my hair with a pair of scissors. Igúnting akó ánay sang búlbul siníng karnéro. Kindly clip the wool from this sheep. Kindly shear-, fleece-, this sheep. Guntingí si tótò. Cut the little boy's hair. Mapagúnting akó sa barbéro. I am going to the barber to have my hair cut, to have a hair-cut. Sa siníng mahábul nga gúnting índì ka makagúnting sing maáyo. With this blunt pair of scissors you cannot cut well. (see alót, bulúg).


himúlbul

Hiligaynon

To pluck, clean of feathers (chickens, etc.). Maghimúlbul ka sang píspis nga íla ginpusíl. Pluck the bird they shot. Himulbulí ang manók. Pluck the chicken. Ihimúlbul mo akó ánay siníng pábo. Please clean this turkey of its feathers. (see búlbul).


kalíkog

Hiligaynon

To clean out with a feather, cotton, stick, etc. a narrow aperture, wound, hole, etc. Kalikóga sang búlbul ang ímo dulúnggan. Clean your ear with a feather. Kalikógi ang ilóng sang bátà. Wipe the baby's nose. Ikalíkog akó ánay sang ákon pilás. Please cleanse my wound. (see kilíkog).


kískis

Hiligaynon

To scrape, rub with something sharp. Kiskisá sang kotsílyo ang hígkò sa látok. Scrape the dirt off the table with a knife. Kiskisí ang báboy sang íya búlbul. Scrape the pig clean of its bristles.


laín-láin

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of láin and laín. Nagalaínláin ang íya ginháwa. He gets unconscious at intervals. He feels quite bad at times. Nagakalaínláin ang búlbul sang kapispísan. The feathers of birds differ, vary, are not the same in size and colour. Ang nagakalaínláin nga kahimtángan sang mga táo. The various conditions or occupations of men.


m

Hiligaynon

The letter "M" in Visayan is pronounced as in English. The letter "M" is one of the labials b, p, m, and as it is the easiest to pronounce, it often takes the place of the other two:

1) after the prefixes pan-, man-, magapan-, etc. But note that the final "n" of these prefixes is dropt, e.g. pamulúng (pan-, bulúng); pamúlong (pan-, púlong), etc. etc.

2) after the prefixes hi-and ha-, e.g. himungá (hi-, búnga); himúlbul (hi-, búlbul); hamulák (ha-, búlak); hámtang (ha-, butáng), etc. etc.


pílo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. pelo) Hair, fibre, filament. (see bohók, búlbul, balahíbo).


plúma

Hiligaynon

(Sp. pluma) Pen (for writing); quill, plume, feather. (see isulúlat, igsulúlat, búlbul).


sirabó

Hiligaynon

(B) To stand erect, stand on end. Nagasirabó ang búlbul kang báka, hay ginaramigán. (Nagapanilabó, (nagasilabó, nagapalaníndog) ang balahíbo sang báka, kay ginatugnawán). The cow's hair is standing on end, because it is feeling cold. (see silabó, tinggarô).


bulbúlan

Hiligaynon

Covered with feathers or fine, soft hairs, downy; feathery.


bulbulón

Hiligaynon

Hairy, downy, feathery.