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bulíng

Hiligaynon

(H) Stain, dirt, smudge; to stain, smudge, soil, dirty, mess, begrime, sully. Nabulingán siá sang bulíng sang kaláhà. He was smudged with soot from the pan. Indì mo pagibulíng ináng bíro sa nawóng sang bátà. Don't blacken the face of the baby with that lampblack. (see músing, hígkò, dágtà, buríng).



ákmol

Hiligaynon

Crustiness, thickness; to thicken, to harden, become crusty, to crust or incrust, said of dirt, dusty perspiration on the body, too much starch on clothes and the like. Nagákmol sa íya nawóng ang bálhas kag bulíng. Perspiration and dirt incrusted his face or his face was coated with sweat and dust. May duhá ukón tátlo ka báhin sang ákon báyò nga ginpaákmol sang mamumunák sang almidón. My dress was coated with starch in two or three places by the washerwoman. Kabáskug siníng pakô nga naakmolán sang almidón! Oh, the stiffness of this over-starched sleeve! (see dákmol, dámol, ápol).


alandáman

Hiligaynon

(H) Delicate, precious, to be handled with care or caution. Ang tanán nga mga butáng nga mahapús mabúong ukón dolóktan sang bulíng alandáman. All things easily breakable or liable to be soiled should be treated with care. (see ándam, alamlígan, talatapón).


bulíng-bulíngon

Hiligaynon

(H) A little dirty or soiled, rather dirty.


búlit

Hiligaynon

To spot, speck, spatter, stain, soil, fleck with some adhesive matter. Nabulítan akó sang lúnang. I was covered with mud. Ang pintúra nagbúlit sang ákon delárgo. The paint spotted my trousers. Indì mo pagibúlit ang sabáw sa íya nga báyò. Don't spatter his jacket with sauce. (see bulíng, músing, hígkò).


dágtà

Hiligaynon

Stain, blot, blotch, splash, smut, smudge, grime, spot, smear, daub, smirch, blemish; to stain, blot, mar, foul, etc. Ang dágtà sang salâ. The stain of sin. Nadagtaán siá sing lúnang, tínta, etc. He got stained with mud, with ink, etc. Idágtà mo sa íyang báyò iníng tínta. Stain his jacket with this ink. Ang kalág sang Mahál nga Birhen walâ madagtaí sang salâ nga panublión. The soul of the Blessed Virgin was not stained by original sin. Dinagtaán níya ang kadunggánan sang íya panimaláy. He besmirched the honour of his family. (see músing, bulíng, hígkò).


damílmil

Hiligaynon

Crust, clot, daub, plaster of mud or dirt on clothes, etc.; to be or become encrusted; plastered, clotted, daubed, with mud or dirt. Ang buling mo sa líog nagadamílmil. The dirt on your neck is quite thick. (see ákmol, ápol).


gím-ang

Hiligaynon

Miry, muddy, sludgy, slushy, soiled with soft or watery mud, muddied, wet and dirty; to be or become wet and dirty, etc. Gím-ang ang dálan, kay nagulán. The road is muddy (slushy) on account of the rain. Naggím-ang ang salúg sang ákon hulút, kay nagsulúd si Fuláno nga mabasâ kag mahígkò ang íya sapátos. The floor of my room was muddied, because N.N. entered with his wet and dirty boots. (see raíng, rísmò, hígkò, bulíng, músing).


hawâ

Hiligaynon

(B) Dirt, filth, uncleanness, foul admixture (in food, drink, etc.). May hawâ iníng túbì sa báso; índì mo pagímnon. There is some dirt in this glass of water; don't drink it. (see hígkò, bulíng, ra-íng).


hígkò

Hiligaynon

Dirt, muck, filth, defilement, taint, uncleanness, dung, excrement, impurity, obscenity; to dirty, defile, soil, sully. Dì mo paghigkoán ang salúg. Don't dirty the floor. Nagakahígkò akó sinâ. I loathe or abhor that. I consider it dirty. Ginapakahígkò ko inâ. I consider that filthy, (repulsive, nauseating). Ginakahigkoán ko inâ. I have a horror or loathing of such things. (see láw-ay, bulíng, músing, dágtà, táp-ing).


hódhod

Hiligaynon

To clean or scrape with an edged tool (as a chisel, shovel or the like). Hodhodá (-rá) ang bulíng sa síya. Scrape the dirt off the chair. Ihódhod ang tigíb sa lamésa. Scrape the table with the chisel. Hodhodí ang lamésa nga natolóan sang espérma sang kandílà. Scrape the table on which candle-grease has dropped. Ginhodhodán níla sang pála ang binít sang kalóg túbtub nga nagsaláma. They scraped the edge of the ditch with a shovel till it became even.


hugáb

Hiligaynon

To waver, vacillate, falter, act irresolutely, be infirm of purpose, but mostly construed with a negative and hence meaning: To act with determination, purposefully, without evasion, etc. Kon hugabán mo ang pagkósò índì maúrut ang bulíng siní nga panápton. If you rub this garment so remissly, you will not get all the dirt out. Walâ níya paghugabí ang paghánot sa íya anák. He did not hesitate to give his son a sound beating.


kakás

Hiligaynon

To wash away-, take out-, dissolve-, a stain, or the like. Butangí sing agás, agúd makakás ang pínta. Apply some kerosene to remove the stain of paint. Anó balá ang maáyo nga ikakás ko sa siní nga bulíng? What is the best for removing-, taking out-, this stain? Kakasá ang mga dágtà nga tínta sa ímo kamót. Wash the ink-stains off your hand. Indì akó makakakás siníng bulíng (índì ko makakás iníng bulíng) sa túbig. I cannot get this stain out with water. Kakasí akó sináng mga dágtà sa ákon delárgo. Wash those stains out of my trousers. Ikakás akó sináng hígkò sa ákon báyò. Please wash that dirt off my jacket.


laíng

Hiligaynon

Dirt, filth, any foul or waste matter, as mud, dust, sweepings, rubbish or the like; to be or become dirty, soiled, etc. Iníng salúg naglaíng sa mahígkò nga sapín sang mga dumulúaw. This floor has got dirty from the dusty boots of the visitors. Dílì nínyo pagpalaingón ang salúg sang simbáhan. Don't dirty the church-floor. (see raíng, dágtà, hígkò, bulíng, músing, rigám).


mahígkò

Hiligaynon

Dirty, tarnished, soiled, stained, sullied, foul, filthy, grimy, mucky, defiled, unclean, impure, obscene. (see hígkò, músing, dágtà, bulíng, lagôlagô).


mánsa

Hiligaynon

(Sp. mancha) Stain, blotch, blur, taint, spot, blot, blemish, dirt. (see dágtà, bulíng, hígkò, etc.).


músing

Hiligaynon

Soil, stain, muck, mire, dirt, filth, grime; to soil, stain, begrime, befoul, bemire, dirty. Namúsing (namusíngan) siá sang lúnang. He got muddy or mud-stained. Andam ka nga índì mo masalapáy ang kólon, kay mamúsing (magakamúsing) ang ímo mga panápton. Be careful not to come in contact with the kettle or your clothes will get dirty. (see bulíng, búlit, hígkò, dágtà, musíngal).


rimô

Hiligaynon

To harm, injure; soil, make dirty. Ang kuríng nagrimô sang salúg sang balatonán. The cat has dirtied the floor of the reception room. Narimoán sang idô ang ságwà. The dog has left its dirt-or-has made a mess in the drawing room. (see rísmò, rigám, hígkò, músing, bulíng).


táp-ing

Hiligaynon

Dirt, grime, mud, filth, stain, tarnish; to become or make dirty, etc. Walâ gid sing táp-ing ang íya dungúg. His character is perfectly blameless. He is a man of unblemished (irreproachable) character. Ang íya guyá natap-ingán sang hígkò kag dugô. His face was-grimy and blood-stained,-besmeared with grime and blood. Ayáw pagbuháta inâ, kay matap-ingán gid ang maáyo nga ngálan sang ímo panimaláy. For God's sake don't do such a thing, for it will certainly bring dishonour on the fair name of your family (it will discredit-, reflect upon-, your good family-name). (see dágtà, hígkò, bulíng, rísmò).


bulínga

Hiligaynon

Eggs of fishes, roe, spawn, especially of the alimósan, tabángkò, etc. (see burínga, bíhod).


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