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hábok

Hiligaynon

To loosen, inflate, blow up, swell up, distend, become soft and bulky. Nagahábok ang íya hubág. His boil is swelling. Pahabóka ang dútà maglíbut sa kamátis-or-pahabóki sing dútà ang kamátis. Loosen the earth around the tomatoes. Ginpahábok níya ang balokán sang báboy. He blew up (inflated) the pig's bladder.



bukálong

Hiligaynon

(H) To swell, become-swollen,-bloated,-inflated, to puff up, blow up. Ang balókhan sang báboy kon húypan (huyupán) sing kagíngking magabukálong. A pig's bladder, if blown up by means of a bamboo tube, will become a balloon. Ginkagát siá sang kamaláyo sa písngi kag nagbukálong. He was stung in the cheek by a kamaláyo-wasp and it swelled up. (see hábok, úkad).


habál, hábal

Hiligaynon

To be inflamed, become red and swollen; to ripen, redden, change colour. Naghabál ang kinádtan sang idô. The place bitten by the dog became inflamed. Nahabalán na ang maís ko sa talámnan. My corn in the field is ripening. Indì mo ánay paglungí-on ang maís, kóndì pahabalón mo gid. Don't pluck the corn yet, but let it first ripen fully. (see hábok).


habókon, habokón

Hiligaynon

Swelling, distending; swollen, inflated, distended; proud, haughty, over-bearing, stuck-up. (see hábok).


hándok

Hiligaynon

Inflated, bloated, distended, blown up, puffed up, flatulent, full of wind; to be or become full of wind, etc. Hándok or nagahándok ang íya búsung. His stomach is full of wind. (see hábok, búntud).


húkab

Hiligaynon

To loosen (earth, etc.). Pahukábi-pahabóki. See hábok.


paabók-ábok

Hiligaynon

To swell, cause to swell; to boast, brag, be proud of, swell with pride. (Probably for pahabók-hábok, the Dim. of pahábok).


pahábok

Hiligaynon

To loosen up earth, etc., cause to expand or swell; to hill (a plant). Pahabóka ang dútà. Loosen up the earth. Pahabóka ang talóng. Pahabóki ang talóng sing dútà. Loosen up the soil around the eggplants. Ipahábok akó sang balókhan sang báboy. Blow up the pig's bladder for me. Be kind enough to inflate the pig's bladder for me. Ginpahábok níya sa ákon iníng dútà. He ordered me to loosen up this ground. (pa, hábok).


tagúm-a

Hiligaynon

Soft, loose, not hard, good for farming (of soil); to be or become soft, etc. Tagúm-a iníng dútà. This soil is soft, is good for farming. Nagtagúm-a na ang ákon talámnan, kay nadáro sing makadámù. The soil of my rice-land is now quite soft, because it has been ploughed over many times. (see hómok, húmok, lúm-ok, yúm-ok, hábok).


lámbun

Hiligaynon

To loosen the earth, dig up the ground around a plant, to hill plants. Lambuní ang talóng. Loosen the earth around the eggplant. Hill the eggplant. (see pahábok).