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bagól

Hiligaynon

The skull; any skull-like vessel, as e.g. the rough shell of a coconut opened slightly at the top and used for cleaning purposes. (If the coconut-shell is scraped smooth, it is called "hungút"); brain, mind, head, soul. Butangí sing bagól ang túmba. Place a skull on the catafalque. Walâ gid inâ sa bagól ko. That never entered my head, never disturbed my thoughts, never bothered or troubled me. (see bagô, bángog, úlo, panumdúman).



bágol

Hiligaynon

To strike with the head, to strike or knock heads together, to push head against head. Nagabagoláy silá. They are butting or striking head against head. Ginabágol níla ang íla úlo. They are knocking their heads together. (see pókol).


bágol

Hiligaynon

A game with stones played by children. The principal object is to hit certain marked stones with other stones thrown from a distance or dropped from the hand; to play "bágol".


bagô

Hiligaynon

Will, head, soul, brain. Walâ gid inâ sa bagô ko. That never entered my head. Kaúyon ang bagô níya sa umá, kay nagtámbok siá dídto. He likes to live at the farm, for he got fat there. (see bángog, bagól).


bángog

Hiligaynon

Head, will, thought, mind, soul, inclination. Walâ gid inâ sa bángog ko. That never entered my head, is not or was not to my liking, etc. Walâ gid sa bángog ko ináng mga kalipáyan. Such amusements do not appeal to me-or-I would not even think of assisting at such diversions. (see bagô, bagól, úlo, kálag).


gáman

Hiligaynon

Liking, pleasure, inclination, attraction; intention, care, thought, mind, will, intent, resolve. Walâ siá sing gáman nga maglakát dídto. He has no intention of going there. He does not care to go there. May gáman siá sa pagbakál sang ákon báka. He wants-, wishes-, would like-, to buy my cow. (see túyò, katuyoán, bagô, bagól, túhoy, gána, táman).


kalabéra

Hiligaynon

(Sp. calavera) Skull. (see bagól).


lúkba

Hiligaynon

To open, lay bare, unfold, expose. See lúk-ab. Ang lisó naglúkba sang íya bagól. The bullet laid his brain bare-or-exposed his brain. Ginlúkba níya sa padér ang isá ka dakû nga bató. He broke a great stone off the wall. (see úklab).


pókol

Hiligaynon

To knock together, as heads, balls, coconuts, etc.; to strike, hit, pommel. (see bágol, bákol).


tígì

Hiligaynon

To bake, brown, crust, incrust, roast well, make hard or crusty. Tigía ang letsón. Roast the barbecue or sucking-pig well. Natígì na ang tinápay. The bread is baked now. The bread has (become coated with) a crust. Nagakatígì na ang tinápay. The bread is beginning to form a crust. Anó ang nakatígì (nagtígì) sang bagól mo? What baked your head i.e. why do you look as if your head had been baked or roasted?


yubón

Hiligaynon

Skull, head. (see bagól).


bagólbol

Hiligaynon

To crowd upon each other, to follow one upon another in quick succession, applied to persons, undertakings, troubles, difficulties, etc. Nagabagólbol gid ang mga táo sa simbáhan. The people in church are very crowded. Nagabagólbol-or-nagabinagólbol ang ákon mga buluhatón, kalisúd, etc. My duties, troubles, etc. are following one upon another without interruption. (see abák-abák, abút-abút:, surumbálì, lininggóhot, linggóhot, ulúkad, (úkad).