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inug

Hiligaynon

See inog-.



inug

Hiligaynon

See inog-.


inog

Hiligaynon

A verbal prefix related to and often identical with i-, ig-, iga-, but preferably used in expressing circumstances of time or instrumentality. Ang mga ádlaw nga inogpuása. Fast-days. Tión na nga inoglakát. It is now time to set out, to go or walk. Adlaw nga inogpangabúdlay. A work-day. Adlaw nga inogpahúay. A day of rest. A holiday. Bató nga inoggalíng sang maís. A stone for grinding corn. Papél nga inogsulát. Writing paper. Batakán nga inoglúlan sang mga sakayán. A crane for loading ships. Inogbák-ong-a shroud, sheet, cover. Inogbalítwà-a lever, bar for raising heavy loads. Inogkaláham (inogpangaláham)-the sense of touch, sensation through contact. Inogsagámsam-taste, the sense of taste. Inoglaráwan-for use in painting, carving, photography, etc. etc. (see inug-id.).


inog

Hiligaynon

A verbal prefix related to and often identical with i-, ig-, iga-, but preferably used in expressing circumstances of time or instrumentality. Ang mga ádlaw nga inogpuása. Fast-days. Tión na nga inoglakát. It is now time to set out, to go or walk. Adlaw nga inogpangabúdlay. A work-day. Adlaw nga inogpahúay. A day of rest. A holiday. Bató nga inoggalíng sang maís. A stone for grinding corn. Papél nga inogsulát. Writing paper. Batakán nga inoglúlan sang mga sakayán. A crane for loading ships. Inogbák-ong-a shroud, sheet, cover. Inogbalítwà-a lever, bar for raising heavy loads. Inogkaláham (inogpangaláham)-the sense of touch, sensation through contact. Inogsagámsam-taste, the sense of taste. Inoglaráwan-for use in painting, carving, photography, etc. etc. (see inug-id.).


binúgkos

Hiligaynon

Bundled together, in a bundle, parcel, bale, batch, lot, pack, set, by the bundle, packet, package, parcel, fagot, etc. Binúgkos nga káhoy. A fagot (faggot) of firewood. Nakabakál akó sing tabákò, lánot, etc. nga binúgkos. I bought some tobacco, hemp, etc. in bundles or by the bundle. (búgkos).


binugkosán

Hiligaynon

Bundle, package, parcel; bundled up, tied together, made up in a bundle; knot; place where something is tied. (see binalighotán, búgkos).


binúgwang

Hiligaynon

The stomach of cattle, horses, sheep, goats and the like; the paunch.


binúgway

Hiligaynon

A tress, tuft, lock, small knot, clump or bunch of flexible things, as hair, thread, strings, etc.; protruding, projecting, coming forth, sticking out, hanging out. Ginbáklan mo balá akó sing bunáng nga binúgway? Have you bought some skeins (small hanks) of yarn for me? Binunô siá kag binúgway ang íya mga tinái. He was stabbed and his bowels protruded. (see búgway).


hinúgang

Hiligaynon

To add to; addition; additional; particle (of grammar). (see dúgang).


hinúgay

Hiligaynon

Stop! Enough now! Don't! No more! It's long enough now that--. Hinúgay sang hámbal. Stop your talk now. Enough of words. Hinúgay na sang káon. Don't eat any more or any longer. Hinúgay na sang inóm. Stop drinking. You have drunk quite enough now. Hinúgay sang lágaw dirí sa sulúd sang balatonán. You have walked to and fro long enough now in the reception room-or-don't walk about any longer. (see dúgay).


hinúgon

Hiligaynon

To regret, be sorry for, lament the loss of. Nagahinúgon siá sang kán-on nga naúsik sa salúg. He is sorry for the boiled rice that got spilled on the floor. Pahinugóni ang ímo kinabudlayán. Have some consideration for your hard earnings (i.e. don't waste your earnings). (see kanógon, hinganúgon).


hinugúng

Hiligaynon

To grow violent, fierce, serious (of war, fighting, disease, etc.). (see sugúng).


hinúgyaw

Hiligaynon

To be hilarious, loudly cheerful, shout with joy, be mirthful, be in high glee. Nagahinúgyaw ang mga táo sa bulangán. The people in the cock-pit are shouting with excitement. Ginahinugyawán níla ang dúmug. They are following the wrestling-match with loud yells. (see húgyaw, but hinúgyaw is more in use).


kinúgon

Hiligaynon

Made as pointed or as sharp as cogon-grass; the point of a spear, lance, arrow, etc. (see kógon).


linúgaw

Hiligaynon

Gruel, rice-porridge, rice boiled very soft and crushed to pulp in a generous allowance of water, often given to sick people. (see lúgaw).


linúgus

Hiligaynon

Forced; ravished by force. (see lúgus).


mabinugnóhon

Hiligaynon

Affable, friendly, conversing amicably. (búgno).


mainugdángon

Hiligaynon

Self-respecting, formal, modest, decent, proper, not frivolous. (see úgdang, maúgdang).


United, in unison, closely attached to each other, cooperating, collaborating, pulling well together. (see úgyon).


makinugmáton

Hiligaynon

Nervous, easily frightened. (see kúgmat, makilibúton).


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