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hút-ong

Hiligaynon

A troupe, troop, body, drove, crowd, section, herd, flock, company, bunch. (see hubón, búnghay, sosón, panóng, húgnà).



alagóng-ong

Hiligaynon

A small tree, whose fruit is much liked by ravens and other birds.


aligóng-ong

Hiligaynon

See alagóng-ong id. Also: aligúnung, aligúlung, id.


alóng-ong

Hiligaynon

To know, understand. (see inalóng-ong, hibaló, sáyod, áto).


ba-óng

Hiligaynon

A kind of creeper with edible roots.


bák-ong

Hiligaynon

Shroud, winding-sheet; swaddling-cloth, swathing-clothes; to enshroud. (see bákhon).


bákhon

Hiligaynon

(B) Swaddling-cloth, swaddling-band, swathing-clothes. (see lámpin, bák-ong).


bál-ong

Hiligaynon

To check, curb, hinder, stop, etc. See pál-ong.


baláy-bálay

Hiligaynon

Dim. of baláy. Hut, hovel, shack, tent, any small dwelling or living quarters; anything resembling a house.


baráka

Hiligaynon

(Sp. barraca) Barrack, barracks; hut, cabin; shop, restaurant, a public house or place where food and drink are sold. (see kamálig, tiénda, púnda, talangwáyan).


búg-ong

Hiligaynon

Fat, having plump cheeks, fat-faced. (see baragóok).


búgrong

Hiligaynon

Full-bodied, fleshy, fat, corpulent, stout, obese; to be or become stout, etc. Nagbúgrong siá. He grew stout. (see búg-ong).


bút-ong

Hiligaynon

A dish of rice wrapped in banana leaves and stewed. (see íbus).


dánggas

Hiligaynon

To blow or beat upon with full force, drive against without obstruction, said of wind. Ang hángin nagadánggas sang baláy. The wind strikes the house with full force. Ang ámon kamálig sa umá ginadanggasán sang hángin. Our field-hut is being buffeted by the wind. (see ábong).


hákut

Hiligaynon

Cartage, carriage, conveyance, portage, porterage, freight; to carry, cart, ship, transport, bear, convey, fetch, bring, take, in successive loads. Hakúta iníng mga bató sa baláy. Cart these stones to the house. Sín-o ang magahákut sang ímo humáy? Who will bring in your rice? Hakúti akó siníng mga napúlò ka pásong nga humáy sa ákon tambóbo. Carry these ten bushels of rice to my granary. Diín silá?-Nagahákut silá sing káhoy nga halalígyon sang ákon baláy. Where are they?-They are hauling in the wood for the posts of my house. Ihákut ko iníng karabáw sa humáy. I'll use this buffalo to fetch the rice. Ihákut akó siníng túmpok nga kawáyan sa ákon umá, kay himóon ko nga kamálig. Kindly transport this pile of bamboo to my field, for I am going to build a hut with it. (see dalá, dúl-ung).


halígi

Hiligaynon

(H) Post, pillar, column, shaft, support, upright; to use, make or provide a post, etc. Halígya iníng páyhod. Make a post of this páyhod-tree. Ihalígi ko iníng kamúnsil sa ákon baláy. I am going to use this camunsil-tree as a post for my house. Pagahalígyan ko ang ákon kamálig sing káhoy. I'll put up wooden posts for my hut. Ang mga hinalígi sang isá ka balasahón. The columns of a newspaper.


hamutáway

Hiligaynon

Separated from the rest, isolated; to be segregated, isolated, alone. Nagahamutáway ang íla baláy. Their house is isolated,-stands alone,-has no near neighbours. (see sím-ong, lígwin, putáputá).


hayúb

Hiligaynon

A small open hut or tent. (see payág).


hinámpung

Hiligaynon

To reach, come to, arrive at, make. (see sámpung, abút, sáp-ong, sámput, dángat).


hubón

Hiligaynon

Committee, group, herd, sect, crowd, gathering. (see búnghay, panóng, hút-ong).


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