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bokóng

Hiligaynon

(B) Wrinkle, crease: to wrinkle, crease, be uneven, full of creases, wrinkled. Nagabokóng ang apóro. The lining is full of creases. Kaayóha ang pagtahì sang kwélyo, agúd índì magbokóng. Alter the sewing of the collar, so that it may not wrinkle. Indì mo pagpabokóngon ang apóro sang ímo sáya. Do not let the lining of your gown get creased. (see kubúng, sokóng).



kubúng

Hiligaynon

Full of creases, creased, puckery, puckered, corrugated, wrinkled, gathered, contracted into folds; to be or become creased, etc. (see bokóng).


sabyokót

Hiligaynon

Crease, wrinkle, crush, fold; creased, wrinkled, crushed, full of folds or wrinkles; to crease. Iníng moskitéro madámù sing sabyokót (yokót). This mosquito-curtain is full of creases. Nagsabyokót ang ákon báyò. My jacket is (has become) creased. (see yókò, yokô, yukót, bokóng, kubúng).


sokóng

Hiligaynon

(B) Creased; wrinkled; to form creases, to crease, wrinkle. (see kubúng, bokóng).


toklalód

Hiligaynon

(B) To bulge or stand out, project, be prominent or conspicuous, as of bones of a lean person, a mat or piece the cloth with a stone lying underneath, or the like. Nagatoklalód ang túl-an na. (Nagaólbo ang íya túl-an). His bones-are standing out,-are quite prominent. (see ólbo, kubúng, bokóng).