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búngkag

Hiligaynon

To demolish, destroy, dismantle, pull down, take down. Bungkagá ang baláy. Pull down the house. Dílì mo pagbungkagón ang káro nga napunihán, kay may kinahánglan pa akó sinâ. Don't dismantle the decorated car, for I need it again. Bungkagí akó sing isá ka síya nga dáan, kay himóon ko nga balayán sang isá ka kwádro. Take to pieces an old chair for me, because I am going to make a picture-frame of it. Ibúngkag mo akó ánay sang entabládo. Please take down the stage. (see gubâ, láglag).



búngkag

Hiligaynon

Also: to undo something for the first time, as to deflower a virgin, to go to confession for the first time, or the like.


búngkag nga ítlog

Hiligaynon

An egg that is not quite fresh, the white and the yolk being mixed.


búngkag nga ítlog

Hiligaynon

An egg that is not quite fresh, the white and the yolk being mixed.


búngkag nga ítlog

Hiligaynon

An egg that is not quite fresh, the white and the yolk being mixed.


búngkag nga ítlog

Hiligaynon

An egg that is not quite fresh, the white and the yolk being mixed.


gubâ

Hiligaynon

To destroy, demolish, undo, pull-, break-, to pieces, pull down, break up, knock down, reduce to ruins, raze to the ground, tear down. Gúb-a (gubaá) lang ang dáan mo nga baláy. Pull down your old house. Gúb-i akó siníng gabúk nga tángkal. Break up for me this rotten pigsty. Nagúb-an siá sang kisamí kag napílas ang íya páa. The ceiling collapsed and he was wounded in the leg. Igubâ akó siníng dáan nga padér. Please knock down this old wall for me. (see búngkag, ránggà).


kabungkágan

Hiligaynon

Destruction, demolition, perdition, ruin, undoing. (see búngkag).


kanô

Hiligaynon

To be or sound hollow, empty, loose, shrivelled, shrunk, said of the contents of bottles, tins, nuts, shells, etc. Iníng ítlog, lubí, etc. nagakanô. This egg, coconut, etc. sounds hollow. Also: dull, foolish, doltish, stupid. (see búngkag, búngaw, pákok, etc.).


láglag

Hiligaynon

To demolish, exterminate, destroy, annihilate. Laglagá silá nga tanán. Exterminate them all. Iláglag iníng agás sa mga ánay. Use this kerosene to destroy the termites. Amó iní ang kalóg nga linaglagán níla sang mga lúkso. This is the ditch in which they destroyed the young locusts. Ginláglag sang mga buyóng ang búg-os nga minurô páti ang íya sinâ nga mga pumulúyò. The brigands destroyed the whole village with its inhabitants. (see búngkag, gubâ, pápas).


pamúngkag

Hiligaynon

Freq. of búngkag-to undo, destroy, etc.


rúmpag

Hiligaynon

(B) To destroy, demolish, break up, smash up, break-, smash-, to pieces, undo bit by bit. Rumpagá roláng (Gúb-a na lang) ang dáan nga síya, lamésa, baláy, etc. Just destroy the old chair, table, house, etc. Rumpagá ang mga puní kang simbáhan, hay tápus ron ang piésta. (Kuháa ang mga puní sang simbáhan, kay tápus na ang piésta). Take away the decorations in the church, because the feast is over. (see lúmpag, búngkag, gubâ, ránggà, kúhà).


dúm-ok

Hiligaynon

A small heap of stone put in a river in order to catch shrimps, lobsters, crabs and the like; to form a heap, lie about in a heap or in disorder. Magdúm-ok ka sa subâ, kay áton pagabungkagón sa búlan sa Enéro, kon may sulúd na. Build some stone traps in the river, for we will take them down in January, and see if they have anything in. Gindúm-ok níla ang mahígkò nga mga panápton sa higád. They piled up the soiled clothes in the corner. Nagadúm-ok gid lang dirí ang íya kasangkápan. His tools are here lying about in heaps-or-in utter disorder. Dum-okí ang kátre sang mga ulúnan. Put the pillows in a heap on the bed. Iníng subâ madámù sing dúm-ok. This river has many stone traps in it. (see hál-id).


utáy-utáy

Hiligaynon

Retail, small quantity, little by little; to retail, deal in small quantities, do little by little, by little and little, in small instalments, etc. Ginautáyutáy lang níya ang pagbáyad sang íya útang. He is paying off his debt in small amounts at a time (in (by) instalments). Maáyo kon índì mo pagtíngban sang íya galastóhon ang bátà mo nga nagatoón sa Manílà, kóndì utáyutayán mo lang. It is advisable (good policy) not to give your son that is studying in Manila the whole amount for his expenses in a lump sum, but to let him have it by instalments (by small remittances from time to time). Bungkagá lang ang isá mo ka manóso (máno) nga tabákò kag ipautáyutáy, agúd madalî maúrut sang bakál. Just undo one of your bundles of tobacco-leaves and sell it retail so that it may be bought up soon. Nagabalígyà siá sing utáyutáy. He is selling retail. He is a retail-merchant. (see píndak-wholesale).


utáy-utáy

Hiligaynon

Retail, small quantity, little by little; to retail, deal in small quantities, do little by little, by little and little, in small instalments, etc. Ginautáyutáy lang níya ang pagbáyad sang íya útang. He is paying off his debt in small amounts at a time (in (by) instalments). Maáyo kon índì mo pagtíngban sang íya galastóhon ang bátà mo nga nagatoón sa Manílà, kóndì utáyutayán mo lang. It is advisable (good policy) not to give your son that is studying in Manila the whole amount for his expenses in a lump sum, but to let him have it by instalments (by small remittances from time to time). Bungkagá lang ang isá mo ka manóso (máno) nga tabákò kag ipautáyutáy, agúd madalî maúrut sang bakál. Just undo one of your bundles of tobacco-leaves and sell it retail so that it may be bought up soon. Nagabalígyà siá sing utáyutáy. He is selling retail. He is a retail-merchant. (see píndak-wholesale).