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búntit

Hiligaynon

Pregnant, near delivery, big with child; to be pregnant, be (big) with child at such a stage, that the true state of affairs is quite noticeable. Búntit siá, índì na matágò. She is evidently with child; it cannot be hidden any longer. Nagabúntit siá. She is big with child. Pinabúntit siá ni Fuláno. She was with child by N.N. (see búsong, mábdus, sámbol, búntis, búsyad).



búntud

Hiligaynon

Full, stuffed, crammed, replete, bloated, distended; to be full, etc. Nagabúntud ang búsong ko. My stomach is (or feels) full. Indì ka magkáon sinâ, kay básì índì makaúyon ang solóksolók mo kag mabuntudán ka. Don't eat that, for it may not agree with your stomach and you may become full of wind (flatulent).


burántoy

Hiligaynon

Pregnant, big with child (during the last stage of child-bearing). Burántoy-or-nagaburántoy na ang búsong níya; madalî na lang magabátà siá. She is big with child; she will soon give birth. (see sámbol, búsyad, búntis, búntit, mábdus, búsong).


lúpiak

Hiligaynon

A small shallow depression or hollow basin; to form a small depression in ground, etc. Nagalúpiak dirí ang dútà-or-nalupiakán dirí ang dútà. The ground here forms a basin or hollow. Palupiaká ang búsong mo. Draw in your stomach. Nakapanyága na ikáw?-Walâ pa, lúpiak pa gánì ang búsong ko. Have you had your dinner?-No, not yet, my stomach is quite empty.