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gahúk

Hiligaynon

Hollow, deep, sunken; a hollow, hole, sinus, fistula. (see gáhuk).



gáhuk

Hiligaynon

To become hollow, form a cavity, sinus or fistula, said of an ulcerating wound, of rottenness in timber, etc. Naggáhuk ang íya pilás. His wound formed a deep, festering cavity. Ang márka sang karabáw nagkagáhuk (nagáhuk), kay inúdlan. The brand on the buffalo became deep, for it became infested by worms. (see búhò, gwáb, gíab, gíkab).


dáup

Hiligaynon

To become hollow, etc. See gáop, gáhuk, gáuk.


daúp

Hiligaynon

Hollow, cavity. See gaóp, gahúk, gaúk.


gáuk, gaúk

Hiligaynon

Hollow, hole, cavity, etc. (see gáhuk, gahúk id.).


gáup, gaúp

Hiligaynon

A hollow; to cave in, etc. (see gáhuk, gahúk, gáuk, gaúk, dáup, daúp).


gáwak

Hiligaynon

Hole, cavity, hollow, etc. See gáwhak id. (see gáhuk, gahúk, etc.).


gáwhak

Hiligaynon

Hollow, hole, cavity, trace, said of what has been taken from a heap of rice, sand, corn or the like; to delve or dig into, scoop a hole in, make encroachments or inroads on a heap of ashes, flour, rice, etc. Nabúsdik ang sáko kag ang íya sulúd nga humáy nagáwhak. The sack burst open and a hollow was made in the rice it contained. Sín-o ang nagáwhak siníng túmpok nga humáy? Who encroached on this heap of rice? Who delved into this rice-heap? Huy, mga bátà, índì nínyo paggawhakán ang túmpok nga balás. Hello, you boys there, don't scoop holes in the sand-heap. Ginawhakán ni Fuláno iníng túmpok nga balás, kay íya kinuháan sing isá ka láta sa agás. N.N. dug into this sand-heap, for he took away an oilcanful. Gingawhakán sang makáwat ang ákon ápog. The thief made a hole in my lime. (see gáhuk, etc.).


gíab

Hiligaynon

A small hole, hollow, cavity, recess. Ang mga ilagâ nagapúgad sa mga gíab sang padér. The rats build their nests in the holes of the stone wall. Also verb: Indì kamó maggíab sang padér-or-índì nínyo paggiában ang padér. Don't make holes in the wall. (see búhò, gáhuk, gahúk, etc.).


bánwa

Hiligaynon

Town, city, municipality, state, common-wealth, public weal; citizens, electors, inhabitants; to become a town. Ang bánwa nga nataóhan níya --. The town in which he was born --. His native town --. Ang bánwa amó ang magahukóm sinâ. The citizens will sit in judgment over that. Ang kaayóhan sang bánwa walâ pagakabalák-i sang ibán nga mga polítiko. Some politicians do not bestow any thought on what is for the good of the state or common-wealth. Pangólo-bánwa. Municipal President. Ulo-bánwa. Principal city, capital. Iníng arabál nagbánwa na. This large village has now become a township or municipality. (see púngsud, puód, puók, arabál, báryo, minurô).


húkdò

Hiligaynon

To burrow in the ground, crawl, creep along the ground, squat, crouch. Nagahúkdò siá sa kalóg. He is squatting in the ditch. Naghúkdò siá dirâ nga nalípdan sang kawáyan. He sat, watched or crouched there under cover of the bamboo.


húkò

Hiligaynon

To be a-stay-at-home,-recluse. Hukó siá, kay nagahúkò sa baláy. He is a stay-at-home, because he scarcely ever leaves the house. N.B. Notice the different accent in noun and verb. Kútub sang pagpakasál níya nughúkò siá sa baláy. Since her marriage she has become a stay-at-home. (see lokoón, lókon, balayón, baláynon).