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húlum

Hiligaynon

(H) To soak, pickle, put into a liquid, steep in colour. Hulúmi ang ímo panápton sing (sa) túbig nga may habón. Put your clothes in soap and water. Ginhulúman níya ang madámù nga mga páho sa lánggaw. He pickled many mangoes in vinegar. Ihúlum ánay iníng habón sa mga lalábhan kag buás ugáling lábhan mo. Soak the wash in soapy water first and then wash it to-morrow. Indì ka magpahúlum sa línaw. Don't step into the pool. (see lúgum).



hánggup

Hiligaynon

To soak in water, to steep, mix with water (and salt), put in soak. Hanggupá ang kamátis. Put the tomatoes in water. Hanggupí akó sing kán-on. Mix me some cooked rice with water. Malúyag ka magkáon sing hinánggup nga rábanos? Do yon like to eat radishes steeped in water? (see húlum, húrum, lúgum, lúnud, lakót).


húmog

Hiligaynon

To wet, moisten, dampen, drench, soak, saturate with, imbrue, imbue. (see hám-og, húlum, húpug, lúgum, basâ).


húrum

Hiligaynon

(B) To soak, etc. See húlum.


lábo

Hiligaynon

To dye, steep in colour. (see lúgum, húlum).


lúg-ok

Hiligaynon

To soak, drench, steep in, dye. (see húgum, húlum, húpug, lúgum).


salúpap

Hiligaynon

To soak, steep in fluid, moist, wet, drench. Nasalupápan ang tinápay sang lánggaw. The bread was soaked in vinegar. (see húgum, húlum, húpug, basâ).


hulumánan

Hiligaynon

(H) Workshop, apprenticeship, final preparation, finishing touch, or stroke. (see humán).


hulumáyan

Hiligaynon

(H) Rice-land, paddy-fields, fields fit for the cultivation of rice. (see humáy).


humáyan

Hiligaynon

One who has plenty of rice, is rich in rice; full of rice, under rice, (of fields). (see hulumáyan).


húmon

Hiligaynon

To agree, intend, plot, conspire, confabulate, plan, come to an agreement. Naghúmon silá nga pátyon níla ang íla kaáway. They conspired to kill their enemy. Naghúmon silá nga mamándut. They agreed to assist at the Feast. Ginhumónan níla ang pagatí sang minurû. They hatched a plot to plunder (ransack) the village. Ang tátlo ka táo sa limá nga naghulúmon sing ribók sa bánwa nadakúp na. Three of the five men that plotted a revolution in the town have been caught. (see sugút).


lúgtì

Hiligaynon

To break or snap through twisting or kinking, said of a string, thread, rattan, etc. Nalúgtî (nagkalúgtì) ang lánot, owáy, etc. The hemp, the rattan, etc. broke (snapped). Hulúman mo ánay ang óway, agúd índì malúgtì. Soak the rattan first (in water), lest it should snap.


sapáw

Hiligaynon

Above, over, on top of, on the surface of; to be above, be on top of, cover the surface of. Naghiláw ang maís nga tinanók, kay walâ masapawí sang túbì. The boiled corn is raw yet, because the water did not cover (rise above) it. Kon maghúlum ka sang kárne sa lánggaw pasapawán mo, agúd índì maanó bisán pilá ka ádlaw. If you put the meat in vinegar see to it that it be well covered (with vinegar), so that it may retain its freshness for many days. (see sámpaw, hapáw).


túrag, turág

Hiligaynon

To trample down, step over, walk over, put one's foot in, etc. See túdag, tádag, tárag, tásag, ládag. Tumurág lang siá sa hulumáyan. He just cut across the rice-field.