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buúng

Hiligaynon

Broken, smashed, shattered to bits, dashed to pieces, broken into fragments (said of glass, pottery, etc.).



búung

Hiligaynon

To break into fragments, dash to pieces, shatter to bits, smash. Nabúung ang kólon. The rice-pot was broken into fragments. Indì mo pagbuúngon ang garápa. Don't break the decanter. Nabuúngan kamí sing tátlo ka pínggan. We had three plates broken or three plates of ours were smashed. Binúung níla ang túbo sang kínke. They broke the lamp-globe, lamp-chimney. Nabúung ang íya dungúg, pagkadalága, etc. His reputation was severely injured, her good name was lost, etc.


baság

Hiligaynon

Hollow, dull, not resonant, cracked, said of sounds, as of a broken or cracked bell and the like; to emit a dull, hollow sound. Ang tunúg sang linggánay nga buúng baság. The sound of the broken bell is dull. Nagbaság ang tunúg sang linggánay, kay nabúung. The sound of the bell has become dull, for it is cracked. Nabasagán akó sang íya nga tíngug. His voice struck me as dull.


lamâ

Hiligaynon

To break, crush. Nalamâ or nálmà ang isá ka nahót nga kawáyan, kay nalapákan sang káro. A piece of bamboo was crushed, for the cart passed over it. (see lumâ which is more in use, pusâ, báak, búung).


mabinuúngon

Hiligaynon

(H) Breaking; breakable, fragile. (see búung).


mabuungón

Hiligaynon

Fragile, breakable, brittle. (see búung).


pamúung

Hiligaynon

Freq. of búung-to break, smash, etc.


síntak

Hiligaynon

To crack, break, smash. (see búung, lumâ, pusâ, litík).


aligotó

Hiligaynon

(H) Regret, grief or pain caused by the want or loss of something; to miss, regret, feel the loss of, be sorry for the absence or loss of. A, ginaaligotoán (ginaaligotohán) ko gid ang pínggan nga nabúung! Oh, I am so sorry for the broken plate! Madámù nga mga ginikánan nagaaligotó sang galastóhon sa pagpatoón sa íla mga bátà. Many parents regret the expense of providing instruction for their children. (see ngílin, ngúsul, hílak).


bangúd

Hiligaynon

Reason, motive, cause; used in the passive voice with the meaning: to place the responsibility upon, to put forward as a pretext or reason, to lay the blame upon and the like. May tungúd kag bangúd siá sa pagbúhat sinâ. He had the right and sufficient cause to do that. Ginabángdan níya akó, nga akó amó ang may salâ. He makes me responsible by saying that the fault was mine. Ginbángdan níya si Hosé sang pagkabúung sang pínggan. He laid the blame for the broken plate on José. Indì mo pagipabangúd sa ibán ang mga salâ nga ímo gid ginbúhat. Don't make others answer for the sins you have committed yourself. (see bángdan, kabangdánan).


búgsak

Hiligaynon

To put-, throw-, chuck-, down with some force, drop violently. Indì nínyo pagibúgsak ang baúl, kóndì ibutáng sing mahínay. Don't drop the box with violence, but put it down gently. Ginbúgsak (pinúsdak) níya ang bayóong kag nabúung ang mga botílya sa sulúd. He threw the bag down and the bottles inside broke. Bugsakí ang idô sing bató. Throw a stone down on the dog (with some force). (see púsdak, púgsak).


salápding

Hiligaynon

To touch, etc. See salapáy, sápding. Nasalápding ko ang báso sa lamésa; nahúlug kag nabúung. I accidentally knocked against the glass on the table; it fell down and broke.


sándad

Hiligaynon

To knock or stumble against, to stub one's toe against, to kick against, trip over, make a false step. Nakasándad akó sa bató. I struck my foot-, I stumbled-, against a stone. Nasándad ko ang kólon. I stumbled against the rice-pot. Andam ka, kay mabúung ang bangâ kon masándad mo. Be careful, for the water-jar will break in pieces, if you trip over it or knock against it.


tupâ

Hiligaynon

To alight-, fall-, drop-, come to rest-, on. Natúp-an (Natupaán) ang botílya sang bulutángan sang abó kag nabúung (nagkabúung). The ash-tray fell on the bottle and it (the bottle) was smashed.