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búngkras

Hiligaynon

(B) To rise, stand up, get on its legs, from a lying or sitting position, chiefly applied to animals. Daw sa índì na makabúngkras iníng kabáyo. It seems that this horse cannot rise any more. Pabungkrasá ang karabáw. Make the buffalo get on its legs. Ginbungkrasán kag ginlagás sang idô ang kánding nga nagsulúd sa pamulákan. The dog rose and chased the goat that had entered the garden. Búngkras ka. Get up. (Applied to persons "búngkras" is considered impolite). (see bángon).



búngkras

Hiligaynon

(B) See búngkras.


bungkálas

Hiligaynon

(H) To rise-, stand up-, suddenly, unceremoniously. Anó ang ginabungkálas mo? Why are you rising so suddenly? Nagbungkálas siá (binungkálas siá) sang pagkakítà níya sang mán-og. He rose quickly on seeing the snake. Indì mo pagbungkalásan kag pagbayáan ang mga bisíta. Don't rise so unceremoniously and leave your visitors alone. (see bángon, búngkras).