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bungád

Hiligaynon

Bald, hairless: to be or become bald. Bungád nga táo. A bald man. Sán-o pa ikáw magbungád?-Sang pagmasakít ko nagbungád akó. When did you become bald?-When I was sick I became bald. (see upáw).



duló

Hiligaynon

A puncture, small hole or wound caused by a prick or the like, especially in the head; a hairless or (in the case of birds) a featherless spot on the head; bald-spotted; to puncture, nick, notch, dent. Gindúlwan sang íya kasíng ang ákon. He dented my top with his, my top was notched by his. Padúlwi ang ákon kasíng kon makapaduló ikáw. Nick my top, if you can. Duló nga manók. A chicken with a bald spot on the head. (see bungád, kálbo, upáw, dús-il, dúsngal).


kálbo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. calvo) Bald, hairless. (see bungád, upáw).


panót

Hiligaynon

Bald, bald-headed; old. (see bungád, upáw, ugís).


ugís

Hiligaynon

Partly bald, lacking hair or feathers, showing spots bare of hair or feathers; to become thin or fall out (of hair); to rumple one's hair with the tip of the thumb, or the like. Ugisá siá. Rumple his hair. (see bungád, upáw).


ugís

Hiligaynon

Partly bald, lacking hair or feathers, showing spots bare of hair or feathers; to become thin or fall out (of hair); to rumple one's hair with the tip of the thumb, or the like. Ugisá siá. Rumple his hair. (see bungád, upáw).


upáw

Hiligaynon

Bald, hairless, featherless; the fine hairs growing on the neck. Upáw siá. He is bald. Kuháa sang nabáha ang upáw ko. Shave off with the razor the small hairs on my neck. (see bungád).


upáw

Hiligaynon

Bald, hairless, featherless; the fine hairs growing on the neck. Upáw siá. He is bald. Kuháa sang nabáha ang upáw ko. Shave off with the razor the small hairs on my neck. (see bungád).