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bókbok

Hiligaynon

A borer insect as well as the wood-dust produced by its action.



bókbok

Hiligaynon

To crush, powder, grind, mash, pulverize, comminute, break, bruise, pound, reduce to fine particles. Bokboká ang bugás. Powder the hulled rice. Bokbokí akó sing diótay nga maís nga kinokót. Grind some corn for me. Binókbok nga balátong. Mashed beans. Ibókbok mo akó ánay siníng dalógdog nga ipamányos ko. Kindly crush this dalógdog-fruit for me, as I wish to rub myself with it. Figuratively: Natungâtúngà námon ang dálan nga mapailóngílong kag bokbokán kamí sang ulán. We had covered about half the distance on the road leading to Iloilo, when we were overtaken by a pelting shower of rain. (see sâsâ, tâtâ, mômô, lumâ, pusâ).


bagókbok

Hiligaynon

A shower of rain; to fall in showers, to rain heavily. Kon kís-a sa hinálì lang nagabagókbok ang ulán. Now and then there is a sudden heavy shower of rain. (see búnok, bókbok, pókpok).


binókbok

Hiligaynon

Ground, crushed, pulverized, powdered, mashed. Binókbok nga bugás, kamóti, maís, etc. Ground rice, mashed sweet potatoes, crushed corn, etc. (see bókbok).


búnok

Hiligaynon

Heavy, pouring, drenching rain; to rain heavily. Nagabúnok ang ulán. The rain is falling heavily. It is pouring. (see bagókbok, bókbok).


módmod

Hiligaynon

To crush, pulverize, grind, pound or bray (in a mortar), crumble, powder; reduce to powder, comminute, triturate, break into fine particles by pressure; to become crushed or broken into small pieces. Modmorá ang karamélo, ang píghol, etc. Crush the caramel, the lump of rice, etc. Namódmod ang biskótso tungúd sang lumpálúmpa sang trak. The biscuits got crumbled owing to the jolting of the truck. Minódmod nga tinápay, kalámay, bugás, etc. Crumbled bread, powdered sugar, ground rice, etc. (see múdmud, bókbok, pódpod).


pagúspus

Hiligaynon

To beat, strike, belabour (with many blows in quick succession); to pour down heavily (of drenching rain). (see pókpok, bókbok, tarítári).


pókpok

Hiligaynon

To beat, stamp, hammer, spank. Pokpoká ang ímo bág-o nga térno. Beat the dust out of your new suit. Pinokpokán níya iníng lamésa sang íya nga kúnop. She beat her cloak on this table. (see bókbok, papák, tapátápa).


ramúsot

Hiligaynon

(B) To crush to pulp, squash, squelch; to be pressed or crushed to pulp. Nalapákan ang ságing kag naramúsot. The banana was trodden upon and crushed. Ang pángkà maramúsot (Ang pakâ malamúsut) kon igóon mo siníng bató. The frog will be squashed, if you hit it with this stone. Indì mo pagparamusóton (pagpalamusóton) ang mga páhò. Don't crush the mangoes. Ang manók nalígsà sang áwto kag naramúsot (nalamúsut). The chicken was run over by the automobile and crushed. (see pusâ, lumâ, báak, bókbok, etc. N.B. ramúsot, (lamúsut) implies that the crushing results in a pulpy formless mass and can consequently not be used of dry objects or things that merely crumble under pressure). (see lamúsut).


gómok

Hiligaynon

To squeeze or compress so as to crush or break. Nagómok ang ítlog. The egg was crushed. Gomóki akó siníng bató. Crush this stone for me. Igómok mo akó ánay siníng bató nga bukáy, kay ákon pagabókbokón kag ihínis sa ngípon ko. Please crush this white stone for me, for I am going to powder it and clean my teeth with it. Indì mo paggomókon ang olokabá sang alimángo. Don't break the sea-crab's shell. (see dúgmok, lumâ, pusâ, rúbsak, rúpsak).


himúgo

Hiligaynon

Ground roast corn. Ang maís nga sinánlag kon mabókbok ginatawág nga himúgo. Corn that has been roasted and then ground is called "himúgo".


pamápà, pamâpâ

Hiligaynon

Freq. of pápà. To hammer, strike or beat as with a hammer. Pamapáa ang maís túbtub nga magkabókbok sing maáyo. Beat the corn till it is quite reduced to powder.