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búskay

Hiligaynon

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



abúkan

Hiligaynon

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


bakíng

Hiligaynon

A small sea-shell often used by children at play, similar to búskay; somewhat yellow, yellowish (of eyes, etc.).


balínsay

Hiligaynon

To roll over and over, turn somersaults, as in falling down-stairs, etc. to play with stones, marbles, etc., as children do. Nagbalínsay siá sa hágdan. He turned a somersault down the stairs. Pabalinsayá siá sa pángpang. Roll him down the river-bank. Ang mga bátà nagahámpang sang balínsay. The boys are playing at turning somersaults-or-are playing (with stones, búskay, etc.) the game called balínsay. (see balíntong, balintotók, bansúlì).


bulálo

Hiligaynon

A shell fish that is a little larger than a búskay.


búli

Hiligaynon

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


mángay

Hiligaynon

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


sigáy

Hiligaynon

(H) A kind of small sea-shell frequently used by children as a play thing; to play with sigáy-shells; to handle roughly, kick, etc, (as sigáy-shells are handled in play). (see búskay).


tírong

Hiligaynon

A throw, cast; a kind of game with sea-shells, stones, etc. often played by boys; a trifle, a small or worthless object fit to be thrown away; to throw, pitch, fling, hurl, cast (away). Ginbalígyà níya ang íya baláy sa tírong. He sold his house for a trifle (for a song). Ginbílang níya inâ nga isá lang ka tírong. He considered that worthless (of no value). Nagahámpang silá sang tírong. Nagatírong silá sang búskay. They are playing with sea-shells. (see tídong).