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bulî

Hiligaynon

The back, seat, croup, rump, fundament, buttock: the bottom of anything. (see likód, talúdtud).



búli

Hiligaynon

A red and white spotted sea shell, a larger kind of búskay. (see búskay, mángay, sigáy).


búli

Hiligaynon

To polish, make glossy, make shiny. Bulíha ang patádyong ko. Put a gloss on my skirt. Patádyong nga binúli. A kind of glossy skirt. A patádyong that has been starched and made glossy by beating. (see híning, silíng, sílì).


búli

Hiligaynon

To roll (cotton for spinning, etc.). Bulíha ang búlak, agúd áton pamúdngon. Make the cotton up in rolls, that we may spin it. (see dúli, balólon, lolón).


búli

Hiligaynon

To cover with paste or paint, to plaster, paste over, daub, smear, spread, overspread, overlay, coat. Bulíha ang sílyo sang tayóbong. Cover the stamp with tayóbong-paste. Indì mo pagbulíhon iníng papél sing pintúra. Don't daub this paper with paint. Bulíhi ang búyò sing ápog. Smear some lime on the búyò-leaf. Ibúli akó ánay siníng sóbre. Kindly put some paste on this envelope. Ibúli iníng isá ka púdyot nga ápog sa búyò. Spread this pinch of lime on the búyò-leaf. (see pálhit).


abúkan

Hiligaynon

A kind of sea-shell. (see pakinháson, búskay, mángay, sigáy, búli, lampírong, tipáy, búdyong).


búlwat

Hiligaynon

To wrench-tear-, drag-, pull-, out by force. Nabúlwat ang íya nga bútkon. His arm was wrenched out, (was entirely separated from the shoulder). Bulwatá ang pákpak sang manók nga iníhaw. Tear the wings off the chicken that has been killed. Ibúlwat mo akó sang páa sang manók. Please pull off the chicken's leg for me. Nabúlwat ang bulî sang láta, kólon, etc. The bottom of the tin, kettle, etc. was torn out.


búskay

Hiligaynon

(B) Small sea-shells, often used by children at play. (see sigáy, mángay, búli).


iríod, irí-od

Hiligaynon

To rub against, press against and drag or pull along. Ginairíod sang idô ang íya bulî sa bató. The dog is rubbing his rump against the stone. (see aróod, oróod, núsnus).


iríod, irí-od

Hiligaynon

To rub against, press against and drag or pull along. Ginairíod sang idô ang íya bulî sa bató. The dog is rubbing his rump against the stone. (see aróod, oróod, núsnus).


iwál-iwál

Hiligaynon

To move the buttocks up and down conspicuously. Nagaiwáliwál ang bulî níya kon maglakát. When he walks his buttocks move up and down conspicuously. Indì ka magpaiwáliwál sang bulî mo kon maglakát ikáw. Don't move your posterior up and down in such a fashion, when you walk. (see iwád, íswad).


iwál-iwál

Hiligaynon

To move the buttocks up and down conspicuously. Nagaiwáliwál ang bulî níya kon maglakát. When he walks his buttocks move up and down conspicuously. Indì ka magpaiwáliwál sang bulî mo kon maglakát ikáw. Don't move your posterior up and down in such a fashion, when you walk. (see iwád, íswad).


mángay

Hiligaynon

A small sea-shell so called. (see búskay, búli, sigáy).


píla

Hiligaynon

To excoriate, abrade, chafe. Napiláhan ang bulî ko sang maláwig nga pagsakáy ko sa kabáyo. My seat became sore from long riding on horseback. (see piláhon).


púgsa

Hiligaynon

A boil, ulcer or tumour (especially one on the back). Also used as verb. Pinúgsa siá. He has a púgsa-boil. Pinugsahán siá sa bulî. He has an ulcer on his seat.


tabulî

Hiligaynon

Upside down, inverted; to bend down very low, turn upside down, incline much (of full ears, etc.; see bulî).


torótot

Hiligaynon

A kind of whistle generally made from the leaves of the coconut palm. Pahúnya ang torótot mo. Blow your whistle. Metaphorically: Daw torótot ang bulî níya. He is bending down low and running very fast. Umámbak siá kag dáyon ang torótot sang bulî níya sang dalágan pa baláy. He jumped down and at once made off for home at full speed. (turútut id.).


bulibitóon

Hiligaynon

A kind of tree. (see bilibitóon).


bulibitóon

Hiligaynon

A kind of starfish.


bulíbud

Hiligaynon

To encircle, coil-, wind-, twist-, put-, around; to entangle. Nabulibúran (binulibúdan) siá sang kalát. He became entangled in the rope. (see balibód).


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