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balúnggay

Hiligaynon

A kind of tree whose leaves are boiled and eaten. Many Philippine homes have one or more of those trees planted near. (see kamalúnggay id.).



gusáng

Hiligaynon

Split, burst open, pop; to burst (as some kinds of peas and beans, when boiled in water, etc.). Nagagusáng na ang mónggo. The monggo is bursting. Lúndi na sing talóng, kay gusáng na ang mónggo. Now put in some egg-plant, for the monggo has burst, (i.e. is properly cooked). Pagusangá ánay ang mónggo; índì mo ánay paglúndan sang dáhon sang balúnggay. First let the monggo burst; do not put in the balunggay-leaves before. (see lusáng, butî).


hámgud

Hiligaynon

To strip small flowers or leaves off the stalk by passing them through the closed hand or fingers. Hamgurá (-udá) lang ang balúnggay, kay ilúnud ko sa tinóla. Strip the balunggay-leaves, for I am going to put them into the sauce (stew). Hamgurí akó sing dáhon sang gawáygáway. Strip me some gawáygáway-leaves. Ihámgud akó sing pilá ka búlak sang kadenadeamór. Please strip off for me some flowere of the cadena de amor.


kamalúnggay

Hiligaynon

A tree whose leaves are often boiled and used as a vegetable. (see balúnggay id.).


lamód

Hiligaynon

Mixture, addition, ingredient; to mix with, add to. May lamód nga maís ang ínyo kán-on? Has your rice an admixture of corn? Iníng tsokoláte may lamód nga maní. This chocolate is mixed with peanuts. Lamodí (-orí) ang bugás sing maís. Mix the rice with corn. Ilamód iníng balúnggay sa tinóla. Put these balúnggay-leaves into the sauce. Lamodá (-orá) ang mónggo kag kadyós. Mix monggo-and cadios-peas together. (see lakót, sámò, símbug, lángkay, lákay, símpon, etc.).


lapó

Hiligaynon

To cook, boil (leaves, stalks of various edible plants, or the like, such as dágmay, balúnggay, green peas and beans in the pod, etc.). Lapohí ang dágmay. Boil the dágmay-leaves (and stalk). Lapohí akó sing latóy. Cook some soft green peas (beans) in the pod for me. (see lágà-to boil mature or ripe peas and beans, meat, make tea, etc.; tanók-to boil tubers, bananas, corn, etc.; tóla, útan, tíg-ang, laúya, ánok).


látà

Hiligaynon

To be-, become-, insipid; to boil or cook too soft, leave too long in the water, applied especially to vegetables. Indì mo paglatáon ang dágmay, kay índì akó kaúyon sang latâ. Don't boil the dágmay too soft, for I don't like overdone vegetables. Indì mo akó paglatáan sang balúnggay. Do not cook the balúnggay-leaves too soft for me. (see lántà, lás-ay).


salíp-ong

Hiligaynon

To rise above, cover (as boiling water covers vegetables that are being cooked). Kon masalip-ongán ang dágmay sang túbig ilúnud mo ang balúnggay. As soon as the water rises above the dágmay, put in the balúnggay-leaves. (see tábon).


tigí-tígi

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of tigí. Also: an insect that is injurious to plants, particularly to balúnggay, búyò, etc.


tóla

Hiligaynon

To cook vegetables, boil legumes, prepare vegetable dishes, boil peas and beans in the pod. Toláha (toláa) ang dágmay, balúnggay, talóng, etc. Cook the dágmay, balúnggay, eggplant, etc. Tinoláhan kamí níya sing lángkà kag kadyós. She prepared for us (as a side-dish) some jack-fruit and kadyós-peas. Ipatóla sa kay Pédro ang mga patánì kag alugbáti. See to it that Peter boils the patánì-beans and the alugbáti-shoots. Náno ang áton toláhon (utánon, laswahón)? What kind of vegetable dishes shall we prepare? N.B. Toláon, toláan, etc. is often used in (B), toláhon, toláhan, etc. in (H). For boiling shelled (dry) peas and beans "lâgâ, (H), lágà, (B)" is frequently employed. (see túla, tulánhan, tinúla, útan, láswa).


útan

Hiligaynon

Any kind of vegetable including legumes, tubers, salads, etc.; to boil or cook vegetables. Utánon mo iníng dágmay, balúnggay, alugbáti, etc. Cook this dágmay, these balúnggay-leaves, these alugbáti-shoots, etc. (see ulutanón, láswa, tóla, túla, tinóla, lapó, tanók).


útan

Hiligaynon

Any kind of vegetable including legumes, tubers, salads, etc.; to boil or cook vegetables. Utánon mo iníng dágmay, balúnggay, alugbáti, etc. Cook this dágmay, these balúnggay-leaves, these alugbáti-shoots, etc. (see ulutanón, láswa, tóla, túla, tinóla, lapó, tanók).