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bútud

Hiligaynon

Not well cooked, said especially of rice, if too little water has been used. (see alibútdan, balotanóg).



butúd

Hiligaynon

(H) Swollen, inflated, bloated, distended; to be or become bloated, distended, suffer from wind or flatulence. Nagabutúd ang búsung ko. My stomach is full of wind. I am suffering from flatulence. (see búntud).


alibútdan

Hiligaynon

Half-boiled, half-cooked, not properly cooked, the inside remaining hard, especially applied to all kinds of tubers like potatoes, ube, banáyan, etc. (see bútud).


lágdos

Hiligaynon

Half-cooked, half-raw, underdone, insufficiently prepared; to be underdone, etc. Naglágdos ang kán-on, kay balotanóg gid lang ang paglútò mo. The rice was half-raw, for you did not cook it thoroughly. Indì mo paglagdosón ang tiníg-ang. Don't underdo the rice, (cook it thoroughly). (see bútud, balotanóg, alibútdan).


alibútud

Hiligaynon

Core, centre; lowest depth. Sa alibútud sang kalibútan. In the very centre of the world. Sa alibútud sang inpiérno. In the lowest depth of hell.


atáy-átay

Hiligaynon

The best or central part of a thing; core, marrow; palm of the hand, sole of the foot, (see tungâ, alibútud, ótok, pálad, dapá-dapá^).


hupút

Hiligaynon

To keep, guard, take care of, mind, preserve, maintain. Hupti (huputí) sing maáyo iníng mga papéles. Take good care of these papers. Yanáng mga púlong sang íya ilóy ginhúptan níya sa alibútud sang íya nga tagiposóon. Those words of his mother he guarded carefully in the innermost recesses of his heart. Ihupút akó ánay siníng tulún-an túbtub nga magbálik akó. Please mind this book for me till I come back. (see típig, ámlig, tátap).


katung-ánan

Hiligaynon

The midst, middle, centre, middle part, central portion; the heart (of trees, etc.). Ang katung-ánan sang káhoy. The middle part (the heart) of the tree. (see tungâ, alibútud).