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gúphal

Hiligaynon

State of being dry and difficult to swallow, roughness; to be or become dry, etc. Also applied to roughness of skin or the like, but chiefly to food. Iníng pagkáon walâ sing gúphal (kagúphal). This food-is easy to swallow,-is not rough or difficult to swallow. Naggúphal iníng tinápay. This bread is dry and difficult to swallow. Kagúphal sang ímo pánit! How rough your skin is!



kagúphal

Hiligaynon

Roughness, harshness, dryness (of skin, etc.); condition of being difficult to swallow. Kagúphal siníng kalán-on! How dry this food is and how difficult to swallow! Kagúphal sang íya pánit! Oh, the roughness of his skin! (see gúphal).


káspang

Hiligaynon

Roughness, hardness, callosity, callus, harshness, asperity (of skin); to be or become rough, etc. (see gáspang, gúphal).


magúphal

Hiligaynon

Dry and hard, difficult to swallow. (see gúphal, kagúphal, maápgas, maápgot).


tánlas

Hiligaynon

Smoothness, slipperiness; to be or become smooth, slippery, easy-to move,-to swallow,-of passage. Lanáhi ang makiná, agúd magtánlas. Oil the machine that it may run smoothly. Naguphalán siá siníng pagkáon, ápang akó'y ákon natanlasán. He could swallow this food only with difficulty, but I could swallow it quite easily. He found this food difficult to swallow, but I found it quite easy (to swallow). (see talás, dánlug,