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hunúl

Hiligaynon

To stop-, cease-, growing, be retarded or impeded in one's growth. Naghunúl ang pagdakû siníng bátà kútub sang nagbalatián siá. This boy has not grown from the time he became sick. Nagahunúl ang pagtúbò sang talóng kay nainítan sing lakás. The eggplants stopped growing, for they were exposed to too much sunshine. (see kunól, kutóng).



húnul

Hiligaynon

Shoot, stolon, layer; a plant developed from the seed in a seedling-pot to be transferred later on, together with the seedling-pot, to some suitable ground; to rear or grow plants in that manner. Húnul ka sing páhò. Grow a seedling from the mango (in a seedling pot). Itanúm ang húnul. Plant the seedling, pot and all. Hunúli ang páhò. Layer the mango-tree (by bending down one of its branches to the ground and covering it partly with earth. Roots will develop in due time and the layer is then detached from the parent tree).


hán-aw

Hiligaynon

To root up and plant somewhere else, transplant, remove and set in a different place, transfer to another soil. Han-awá ang gútuk sang kamátis. Transplant the tomato-seedlings. Ihán-aw ang mga gútuk sang repólyo. Root up and transfer to another soil the cabbage-seedlings. (see húnul-to transplant seedlings together with the seedling-pot).


hunúl-húnul

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of húnul. Also: to rear, bring up, nurture.


hunulán

Hiligaynon

The receptacle or pot used in developing seedlings. (see húnul).