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búnbun

Hiligaynon

Detritus, soft sand or mud near or under water, slime, mire. (see bagónbon, lápok).



bagónbon

Hiligaynon

Alluvial sediment, soft mire, slime, mud deposited by flowing water. Binagonbonán sang subâ ang binangon. The river buried the bolo under mud-or-covered the bolo with sand. (see búnbun).


dámol

Hiligaynon

Thickness (of a board, sheet, etc.); to be or become thick. Nagdámol ang búnbun dirí, kay nagbahâ ang subâ kagáb-i. There is quite a thick layer of alluvial sand here, because the river was in flood last night. Utda ang tápì sa nadamólan. Cut the plank at its thickest part. Ginadamólan akó siníng hénero. This cloth is too thick for me or appears to me rather thick. (see madámol, kadámol, dákmol).


láy-on

Hiligaynon

Detritus, fine sand and earth, slime, deposit, sediment, mud carried along by running water, especially during a flood, and deposited somewhere else; chaff, empty ears of rice, etc. Also verb. Nalay-onán ang ámon áwang, kay naágyan sang bahâ. Our well was filled up with mud, because the flood passed over it. Linay-onán sang subâ ang ámon dútà. The river covered our land with a deposit of mud. (see búnbun, bagónbon, laó, lalaó, lúnang).