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búlus

Hiligaynon

The first onrush of water in a flooded river, a sudden rise of water; also used as verb. Nabulúsan kamí. We were overtaken by the flood. Dalî kamó sa pagtabók, agúd índì kamó mabulúsan. Be quick in crossing the river, that the flood may not come upon you.



bulús

Hiligaynon

To take another's place, to succeed, substitute, take one's turn. Magbulús ka sa íya sa pagarádo. Now, take his place in ploughing. Sín-o ang nagbulús sa íya? Who succeeded him? Sa pituádlaw nga mabulús. Next week. Búsli (bulusí) siá sa pagdalá sang bakág. Take his place in carrying the basket. Nagbuslánay silá magbítbit sang maléta. They carried the handbag by turns. (see tál-us, salíli).


bulús

Hiligaynon

A bale, full piece, roll of cloth or the like.


bulús

Hiligaynon

Dried leaves of the buri-shoot (ógbos sang burí) used for making mats.


balón

Hiligaynon

(Sp. balon) A bale of paper (24 reams); foot-ball. Bákli akó sing isá ka balón nga papél. Buy me a bale of paper. (see bulús).


binulús

Hiligaynon

A whole piece, roll, bale, suit or the like; by the bale, roll, etc. Walâ silá pagbalígyà, kóndì sa binulús gid. They don't sell anything, except by the whole piece, roll, etc. (bulús).


binuslanáy

Hiligaynon

Alternation, performance by turns, succession by turns; to alternate, interchange, do one after another or turn and turn about. (see bulús, bulúsbúlus).


búslan

Hiligaynon

From bulús. Búsli siá sa pagdalá sang bakág. Take the basket away from him and carry it yourself.


dalôdô, dalódò

Hiligaynon

The first swelling or a rising of a river coming down-stream after a heavy rain, first onrush of a flood or freshet, the crest of a flood; to swell, rise, become flooded (of rivers, etc.). Nagadalôdô ang subâ. The river is rising. Dalî kamó sa pagtabók, kay may dalôdô sa ilayá. Be quick in crossing, for there is a flood coming down from further up river. Nadalôdoán kamí. We were overtaken by the flood. (see búlus).


lanáb

Hiligaynon

A slight rise in a river; to rise a little. Nagalanáb man lang ang subâ. The river has risen a little. (see búlus, dalódò, bahâ).


mabulús

Hiligaynon

Next in turn, succeeding, following, coming, ensuing. Sa túig nga mabulús. Next year. The coming year. (see bulús).


mabulús-búlus

Hiligaynon

Alternate, turn and turn about, in turns, in shifts. (see bulúsbúlus).


rólyo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. rollo) To roll, coil; a roll, coil. Rolyohá ang kalát. Roll up the rope. Isá ka rólyo nga alámbre. A roll or coil of wire. (see balólon, lolón, lolós, lókot, bulús).


tórno

Hiligaynon

(Sp. turno) Turn, successive opportunity; to get one's turn, be in line, have one's chance or opportunity. Akon (ákong, ákon ang) tórno karón. It's my turn now. (see bulús, bulúsbúlus, túka).


bulúsbúlus

Hiligaynon

Alternately, by shifts, by turns, turn and turn about, to do by turns, take turns, to alternate. Magsímba kamó sing bulúsbúlus. Go to church by turns. Nagbulúsbúlus silá magbayó-or-sa pagbayó. They took turns at pounding rice. Bulúsbulúsan ta ang pagdalá sang bakág. Let us carry the basket turn and turn about. Bulúsbulúson mo ang itúm kag putî sa pagsámay sang ákon báyò. Make black and white stripes alternate in the design for my jacket or dress.


bulúsbúsan

Hiligaynon

Surgery, operation; operating room; person to be operated upon. (see búsbus-to cut open, dissect).


buluswángan

Hiligaynon

Aperture, orifice, fistula, outlet (of a wound for the discharge of pus, etc.). (see búswang).


kabulúsgan

Hiligaynon

(H) See kabubúsgan.


kabulúsgon

Hiligaynon

(H) See kabubúsgon.


makabulúsug

Hiligaynon

(H) Satisfying, satiating, filling, gratifying to repletion. (see busúg).


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