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dulúnggan

Hiligaynon

(H) The ear, auricle, lug. (see dungúg, dalúnggan, talínga).



badiáng, bádiang

Hiligaynon

A tropical plant with very large leaves. Daw badiáng ang dulúnggan níya. His ears are as large as badiang leaves, a saying applied to one who likes to be praised.


búknit

Hiligaynon

To take hold of with the thumb and fore-or middle-finger, pinch, pluck. Ginbúknit gid lang níya ang bátà. He just took hold of the child with his thumb and finger (and pulled it along). Indì mo pagbuknitón ang ákon báyò. Don't finger my jacket. Buknití siá sa pakô sang íya báyò. Pluck the sleeve of his jacket. Ibúknit akó sa íya nga dulúnggan. Please pinch his ear. (see píknit).


dalúnggan

Hiligaynon

(H) Ear, sense of hearing, organ of hearing, audition; ear (of a pot or kettle, etc.); handle, loop, grip, any projecting part from the side of a thing. (see talínga, dulúnggan, idulúngug, dungúg, kaláptan, uluyatán, buyótan).


dulát

Hiligaynon

Awl, brad-awl, sprig-bit; to use or apply an awl, make a hole with an awl. Magdulát ka sang binít sang amákan kon magbódbod ka. Pierce the edge of the bamboo-mat with an awl, when you make a rattan-rim around it. Dulatí ang sapátos kon magtahî ka sang pánit. Perforate the boots with an awl, when you sew the leather. Dílì mo pagdulatán, kóndì síbtan mo lámang, ang dulúnggan sang bátà kon bitáyan mo sing arítos. Don't pierce the girl's ear with an awl, but only with a needle or pin, when you are going to hang an ear-ring in it.


gulínat

Hiligaynon

(H) To twist, wring. Gulináta ang íya dalúnggan. Twist his ears. Igulínat akó sang dulúnggan siníng sutíl nga bátà. Please twist the ears of this naughty boy. (see gulípat, gusípad, kusípad).


irót

Hiligaynon

To scorch, burn, bring fire, live coals or a flame in contact with; to singe. Irotí sang kandílà ang papél. Scorch the paper with the lighted candle. Ginirotán níya ang kamót ko sing pósporo. He touched my hand with a burning match. Iirót sa tápì iníng piokós. Put this cigar against the board. Nakibút siá, kay nairotán sang tabákò ni Fuláno ang íya nga dulúnggan. He started (jumped) for N.N.'s cigar-came against his ear,-singed his ear.


irót

Hiligaynon

To scorch, burn, bring fire, live coals or a flame in contact with; to singe. Irotí sang kandílà ang papél. Scorch the paper with the lighted candle. Ginirotán níya ang kamót ko sing pósporo. He touched my hand with a burning match. Iirót sa tápì iníng piokós. Put this cigar against the board. Nakibút siá, kay nairotán sang tabákò ni Fuláno ang íya nga dulúnggan. He started (jumped) for N.N.'s cigar-came against his ear,-singed his ear.


kalíkog

Hiligaynon

To clean out with a feather, cotton, stick, etc. a narrow aperture, wound, hole, etc. Kalikóga sang búlbul ang ímo dulúnggan. Clean your ear with a feather. Kalikógi ang ilóng sang bátà. Wipe the baby's nose. Ikalíkog akó ánay sang ákon pilás. Please cleanse my wound. (see kilíkog).


kilíkog

Hiligaynon

To clean a small hole or aperture with a feather, etc.; to clean the ears, nose, wounds by means of a cotton-probe or the like. Kilikóga ang ilíg sa dulúnggan sang bátà. Clean the flow from the child's ear. Kilikógi ang dalúnggan sang bátà. Clean the child's ear. (see kolíkog, kolíkot).


talínga

Hiligaynon

(B) The ear; anything resembling an ear, as a small handle, etc. (see dalúnggan, dulúnggan).