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sápal

Hiligaynon

Fermented rice; to cause rice to ferment. Sapála ang bugás. Ferment the rice.



sirí-síri

Hiligaynon

To separate the hulled rice from the unhulled grains after pounding by tossing the whole mass in a shallow bamboo-basket and throwing the unhulled grains (pásì) off in front. Sirisiríha lang ang bugás, kon índì ka makahí-*baló magsisíg. Separate the hulled rice from the unhulled grains by the operation of "sirísíri", if you do not know how to perform the "sisíg". (see sisíg, with the difference that in sisíg the "pásì" are thrown off at the side).


sisíg

Hiligaynon

To separate (after pounding) the hulled rice (bugás) from the unhulled grains (pásì) by tossing in a shallow basket and throwing the pásì off at the side, either to the right or left. Sisigí ang bugás. Clean (by tossing) the pounded rice from the unhulled rice. Isisíg ang kalálaw. Use the flat-bottomed, low-brimmed bamboo basket for cleaning the rice. (see sirísíri).


tákas

Hiligaynon

Inland, interior, away from the sea, away from a river or valley, land as opposed to water, a slope or hill as opposed to a valley; to land, disembark, go on shore, go inland, go away from the sea, from a river or from a valley; to go up-stream or up-river. Nagtákas silá sa Manílà. They disembarked (went on shore) at Manila. Sán-o ka matákas (magatákas)? When shall you-land,-go into the interior,-go inland? Ang ámon baláy árà sa tákas sang subâ. Our house stands back from the river. Ginpatákas níya dirâ ang napúlò ka sáko nga bugás. He landed there (brought on shore) ten sacks of rice. Patakása ang sakayán. Land (Try to land) the boat. (see iláya, ilayá, ubús-lower down, near the sea; etc.).


tíg-ang

Hiligaynon

To put a kettle, pan, etc. on the fire; to boil rice, cook rice. Tig-angá ang bugás. Boil the rice. Tig-angí silá sing isá ka gántang nga bugás. Boil one ganta of rice for them. Walâ pa silá magtíg-ang. They have not cooked the rice yet. (see sún-ad, sín-ad).


bugasón

Hiligaynon

Pertaining to rice, full of rice; pimpled or spotted as if with rice-kernels, especially said of diseased pork looking as if a great number of rice-kernels were imbedded in it. Indì akó makaúyon sang báboy nga bugasón. I do not like to eat spotted pork.


kalambúgas

Hiligaynon

A guard-ring, made as a rule thinner than the ring it guards.


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