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kímpul

Hiligaynon

Mutilated, maimed, having parts, ends, corners or edges broken or cut off; to break off ends, etc., to mutilate or become mutilated, to dock. Nagkímpul ang íya túdlò. His finger is mutilated. Kimpulá ang íkog sang idô. Dock the dog's tail. Kimpulí ang manók sang íya íkog, agúd makilála nga áton. Cut off part of the cock's tail, so that it may be recognized as ours. (see kúmpul).



dúmpul

Hiligaynon

To dull, blunt, take off the point; to become dull or blunt, said of pointed instruments and tools. Nagdúmpul ang dulát, ang púya sang kasíng, ang bángkaw, etc. The awl, the point of the spinning top, the point of the lance, etc. has become blunt. Indì mo pagdumpulón ang lápis. Don't blunt the pencil's point. Sín-o ang nagdúmpul sang ákon dágum? Who broke off the point of my needle? (see kímpul, hábul, dupúl).


kímpay

Hiligaynon

Maimed, mutilated, etc. See kímpul, kúmpul.


kipóy

Hiligaynon

Maimed, mutilated, docked, having a part cut off or shortened as feathers, hair, tails, arms, legs or the like; to be or become maimed; to maim, cut off a piece, etc. Kipoyá ang íkog sang manók. Cut off part of the cock's tail. (see kímpul).


kúmpul

Hiligaynon

Maimed, crippled, disabled, mutilated, lamed, docked, lopped, cropped, having a part or limb cut off; to maim, cripple, disable, dock, mutilate, lame. Ginkumpulán sang buyóng ang íya nga kamót. The robber maimed his hand. Nakumpulán ang ímo tiíl. Sín-o ang nagkúmpul? Your foot is crippled. Who was it that crippled it? Kúmpul ang íya nga bútkon. His arm is crippled, cut off, only a stump being left. (see kímpul).


pungól

Hiligaynon

To break off the neck of a bottle, the fingers, arms or legs of a statue, etc.; to maim, cripple. Napungól (nápngol) ang úlo sang laráwan ni San Bisénte. The head of the statue of St. Vincent broke off. (see píngas, kímpul, púnggul, púngil).