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báhì

Hiligaynon

A wooden dibble, a pointed stick or stake used for digging. Aghò and sibúkaw are the woods mostly used for making dibbles. (see tagád-a dibble with an iron point).



balásan

Hiligaynon

To bespeak, speak to, warn, forewarn, inform beforehand of a secret plan, a hidden scheme and the like. Ginbalasánan níya silá nga--. He told them beforehand that--. Balasáni siá sinâ. Warn him of that. Give him a hint of that or inform him of it beforehand. Binalasánan níla ang pagháwid kag pagbukás sang íya nga mga sulát. They agreed or conspired to retain and open his correspondence. Ibalásan mo akó sa íya siníng áton ginkasugtánan. Kindly inform him of this our agreement. Ipahibaló mo sa íya iní, agúd mabalasánan siá sang tanán nga takús níya buháton. Report this to him, that he may know what he should do or that he may be aware of everything and can make his arrangements accordingly.


bándi

Hiligaynon

A kind of candy (sweet) made of unrefined sugar and shreds of coconut meat or peanuts. Also called "bukáyo", especially if peanuts are not used, but only sugar and coconut meat.


bánggos

Hiligaynon

To rub rather hard with a stone or the like. Ibánggos sa ákon likód iníng bató. Rub my back with this stone. Banggosí akó sang lugúd. Rub me down with the rubbing-stone. Binanggosán níya ang ákon likód sing bukáy. He rubbed my back with a bit of limestone. (see bányos, hílot, kískis-to scrape).


banóg

Hiligaynon

(B) A swelling, tumour, ulcer; boil; to swell, etc. Nagbanóg ang íya nga púgsa. The boil on his back has increased in size. Nabánggan (nabanogán) ang kamót ko. My hand is swollen or has become swollen. Binánggan ang batíis ko sing bakokáng. My calf became swollen on account of the carbuncle called "bakokáng". Iníng hubág mo magabanóg pa túbtub nga magbúswang. This boil of yours will swell more before it bursts. (see hubág, bukálong, bálhong).


bárak

Hiligaynon

Murmur, rattle, clatter, crackle, a sound as of many voices, a quick succession of little noises, patter; to patter, to sound or make a noise, as of many voices, shots, falling stones and the like. Nagabárak ang sinánlag sa gánga, ang mga tígbaw sa subâ kon tútdan, etc. What is roasted in the pot, the reeds in the river-bed, if burned, etc. crackles (crackle). Kon tútdan iníng kaingín, magabárak ang mga tinapás nga sibúkaw kag kawáyan. When these forest-clearings are burned the felled sibúkaw and bamboo crackle. Ginpabarákan akó níla sing bató. They pelted me with a rattling shower of stones. Ipabárak iníng balás sa íla baláy or pabaráki siníng balás ang íla baláy. Make their house resound with the noise of this sand thrown at it. Nabarákan akó gid siníng táo kon maghámbal. This man is too garrulous for me when he talks. Pabaráki siá sang pamángkot, agúd nga índì siá makasabát. Ply him with many questions in quick succession, so that he cannot answer. Nagpabárak siá sang íya mga rebentadór sang paglígad sang nóbia. He let off his crackers, when the bride passed by. (see árak).


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