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gákud

Hiligaynon

The base of a tree, the trunk or stem of a tree near the ground, where the roots branch off; the great, mighty, influential, rich people of a place. Sín-o ang mga gákud siníng bánwa? Who are the most influential men in this town? (see kadalagkuán, kadaragkulán).



gúng-an

Hiligaynon

Prominent, well known; expert, an old hand, well practiced, experienced, etc. Gúng-an nga pánday, manuglúto, manunúon, etc. An expert carpenter, cook, teacher, etc. (see amád, batíd, gákud, kadalagkuán, lutáw, bántug).


sugakúd

Hiligaynon

To cause a swelling and give pain, stick out prominently, be palpable (of splinters, thorns, etc. sticking in the flesh). Nagasugakúd ang tunúk (dógi) sa ákon tiíl. The thorn in my foot is quite perceptible by the touch.


kúdug

Hiligaynon

(B) To tremble, shiver, quake, quail, shake with fear, cold, etc. Ang báka nagakúdug sa katúgnaw. The cow is shivering with cold. Pakudúga siá sang ímo sáble. Make him tremble with fear of your sword. (see kúrug).