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bilíbod

Hiligaynon

To sprinkle, strew, scatter, as grain, flowers or the like. Bilibóri (-ódi) ang manók sing humáy. Scatter some rice-grains to the chickens. Ibilíbod sa mungâ ang isá ka púdyot nga maís. Scatter a little corn for the hen. Binilibóran níla ang laráwan sang Mahál nga Bírhen sing madámù nga mga búlak. They strewed the statue of the Blessed Virgin with many flowers. (see bóbod, sábwag, waráwag, sábud, sáb-og).



bínhì

Hiligaynon

Seed, seed-grain; any small hard particle, as of sand, salt, sugar, etc. Also verb. Binhión ko gid iníng humáy. I am going to preserve this rice as seed-grain. (see líso, bilinhíon, iyás, uyás, binángto, binántuk, bináton).


bisíta

Hiligaynon

(Sp. visita) A visitor, guest: to visit, pay a visit, call upon, go to see, examine, inspect. Madámù ang mga bisíta sa baláy karón. There are many visitors in the house at present. Bisitáhi si tíyò mo. Visit your uncle. Nabisitáhan níya ang masakít nga bátà. He paid a visit to the sick boy. Bisitáhi (bistáhi) ang humáy kon madámù ang mga máya. Go and inspect the rice-field to see whether there are many maya-birds there. Pabisitáhi (pabistáhi) siá sa médiko. Let a doctor examine him. (see dúaw, bísta).


bóbod

Hiligaynon

To scatter-, strew-, throw-, grain or the like to chickens, etc. Bobóri (-ódi) ang manók. Scatter some food for the chickens. Binobóran ko ang manók sing diótay nga humáy. I threw a little rice to the chickens. (búbud id.).


bugáhay

Hiligaynon

To flow over, overflow, flow-out,-off. Nagabugáhay ang túbig. The water overflows. Sang pagtokád ko sináng bakólod nagbugáhay gid lang ang ákon bálhas. When I ascended that hill, my perspiration flowed in streams. Ginpabugáhay níla ang túbig sa talámnan. They caused the water to flow over the field. Pabugaháya ang túbig. Let the water flow-or-cause the water to flow. Pabugaháyi ang humáy sing túbig. Flood the rice-field. (see sagáhay, áwas, ílig, balagáhay).


bugánà

Hiligaynon

Plentiful, abundant, galore: to be abundant, etc. Nagabugánà na ang kwárta, humáy, ísdà, etc. Money, rice, fish, etc. are now plentiful. Nabuganáan kamí dídto sang pagkáon. We had plenty to eat there. Sang isá ka túig nagbugánà ang pinatubás. A year ago the harvest was abundant. (see dagáyà, dagásà, abúnda).


bugás

Hiligaynon

Hulled rice; pimple; to hull or be hulled (of rice). Nagbugás na ang humáy sa lusóng. The rice in the mortar has been hulled. Ang duhá ka pásong ginbugás ko sa pándut. I had two bushels of rice hulled for the feast. Bugasá iníng isá ka gántang. Pound or hull this ganta of rice. Bugasí akó sing napúlò ka gántang sa mga dumulúaw. Hull me ten gantas of rice for the visitors. Ginabugasán akó ni Fuláno. I am supplied with hulled rice by N.N. Binugás mo na ang pilít nga sulumanón kag ilibusón? Have you hulled glutinous rice for making súman (cooked rice mixed with sugar and the juice of coconut-meat) and íbus (rice mixed with the juice of coconut-meat, wrapped up in coconut-leaves and boiled)? May tátlo ka bugás siá sa guyá níya. He has three pimples on his face. (see humáy, pálay-unhulled rice: kán-on-cooked rice).


búgaw

Hiligaynon

To drive or scare away. Bugáwa ang manók, píspis, kánding, etc. Drive away the chickens, birds, goats, etc. Bugáwi ang ugá sang manók. Scare the chickens off the dry rice. Ipabúgaw sa bátà ang mga kánding sa hardín. Let the boy drive the goats out of the garden. Binugáwan níla ang humáy sang mga máya. They scared the maya-birds off the rice-field. Ibúgaw akó ánay siníng mga manók. Please, drive off these chickens. (see tábug, íway, pahalín).


búhang

Hiligaynon

Opening, gap, break, breach in a-dam,-dyke,-embankment,-levee, etc.; to open, breach a dam, etc. Buhángi ang kahón sang humáy. Make a gap in the bank of the rice-field. Ginbuhángan níla ang púnud sa subâ. They made a breach in the river-dyke. Ibúhang akó siníng púnud. Please, open this dyke for me. Nagasupón gid lang ang túbig dirí, kay walâ sing buhangán. The water, naturally, collects here, for there is no outlet.


búhin

Hiligaynon

Diminution, reduction, deduction, subtraction, lessening; to lessen, diminish, reduce, deduct, subtract, take off. Nagaamát-amát sang búhin ang humáy. The rice is slowly getting less. Nakabúhin siá sang arína. He took off some flour. Ginbuhínan níya ang swéldo sang íya mutsátso, kay matámad, konó. He lowered, docked, the wage of his servant, for he is lazy, he says. Buhíni ang bilí siní, kay támà kamahál. Lower, cut, the price of this, for it is too dear. Ibúhin mo akó sing isá ka pásong nga humáy sa íya párte nga limá ka pásong, kay may útang siá sa ákon. Please, deduct one bushel of rice from his share of five bushels, for he is in debt to me. Iníng tambóbo nga may humáy walâ pa sing búhin. This rice-granary has not yet been touched (no rice has been taken from it). Nabayáran ko siá sa waláy búhin. I paid him in full (without haggling on my part or remission on his). (see pakulús, paisót, padítay, patikî, kúpus, íban).


bulád

Hiligaynon

To spread out, especially to dry in the sun. Buladá or bulará ang humáy, ang hábul, etc. Spread out the rice, the blanket, etc. Bularí ang amákan sing humáy. Spread some rice on the bamboo-mat. Ibulád akó sang ákon báyò, kay nabasâ. Please put out my jacket to dry (in the sun), for it is wet. (see ládlad, bílad, banílad).


buúl

Hiligaynon

(B) To take, fetch, bring, carry away, take along with. Búl-a ang pílak. Take the money. Sín-o ang nagbuúl sang pínggan? Who took away the plate? Búl-i akó sing túbig. Bring me some water. Búl-i ang alhíbi sing túbig. Take some water from the tank. Ginbúlan or binúl-an akó níla sing humáy. They took some rice from me. Indì ka magbuúl sinâ kon waláy túgut sang tagíya. Don't take that without permission of the owner. Ibuúl mo akó dídto sang ákon pinutús. Kindly fetch me my parcel from there. (see kúhà).


dabóng

Hiligaynon

Stunted, not growing to maturity, not ripening; to become stunted, etc. Ang humáy nga gintánum námon sang Húlyo nagdabóng, kay walâ sing ulán. The rice we planted in July was short in the straw, because there was no rain. (see arí-arí, agíl-agíl).


dag-únan

Hiligaynon

Seasonable, seasonal, ripening,-happening-, being done-, in due time or season. Humáy nga dag-únan. Rice ripening in its proper season. (see dág-on).


dagáyà

Hiligaynon

Plentiful, swarming, teeming, etc. See dagásà, bugánà. Dagáyà or nagadagáyà na ang humáy. Rice is now to be had in abundance.


daláwat

Hiligaynon

(H) To buy cereals, especially rice or corn. Dalawáta ang bugás ko. Buy my hulled rice. Dalawáti akó sing isá ka gántang nga bugás. Buy me a ganta of hulled rice. Indì ka makadaláwat dirí sing humáy, kay walâ sing makapadaláwat. You cannot buy rice here, because nobody can sell it. Idaláwat akó ánay sing tátlo ka gántang nga maís. Please buy for me three gantas of corn. Iníng písos idaláwat mo sing maís. This peso is for buying corn. This peso is to buy corn with. Walâ akó sing ikadaláwat. I have no means to buy rice (corn, etc.) with. Padalawáta akó sang ímo humáy. Sell me your rice.


damiság

Hiligaynon

A pile of grain, heap of rice, collection of cereals, rice or other cereals gathered in a heap; to collect grain in a heap, etc. Sín-o ang nagdamiság sang humáy? Who put (heaped) the rice together? Damisagá ang humáy, agúd índì maglápta. Gather the rice in a heap so that it may not be dispersed. Ang tambóbo amó ang ginadamisagán sang humáy. The rice-shed is the place in which rice is stored (in a heap). (see túmpok, túmpi, típon).


dás-das

Hiligaynon

Second rice-pounding; to pound rice a second time; to strike, beat, rush upon. Dasdasí ang ginúmà nga humáy. Pound a second time the rice that has been pounded for the first time. Figuratively: Gindasdasán níya akó sing buyáyaw. He cursed and swore at me most violently. Dasdasí siá sing básol. Give him a sound scolding. (see yásyas).


dólon

Hiligaynon

To separate, set apart, limit, delimit, demarcate, set bounds to, define, circumscribe. Dolóna ang maís sa humáy. Separate the corn from the rice. Dolóni sing kawáyan ang ákon umá sa umá sang ibán. Make a bamboo paling between my field and the field of others. Idólon ko iníng mga kásla sa ákon hardín. I will use these casla-plants to make a boundary round my garden. (see bulág, sipák).


dugá-dúga

Hiligaynon

Infirmity of purpose, evasion, wavering, hesitation, demur; to act irresolutely, etc., but mostly constructed with a negative particle and hence having a positive meaning: Resolutely, thoroughly, vigorously, without hesitation or wavering of purpose. Ginhánot níya siá sa waláy dugádúga. He gave him a good thrashing. Indì mo pagdugádugáhan ang paghákot sing humáy, ang paghákwat sing batô, etc. Carry rice, lift stones, etc., with right good will. (see hugábhúgab).


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