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kólon

Hiligaynon

An earthenware pot, especially a rice- or cooking-pot. (see kóron).



alíb-álib

Hiligaynon

A circular arrangement around a common axis as the steps of a winding staircase; arranged in such fashion; to arrange in a circle around a common centre. Alíbalíba ang paghaníg sang kólon. Arrange the leaves in a circle, when you line the bottom of the rice-kettle. Alíbalíbi sing mga dáhon sang burí ang tabungós, kon maggákut ka sang humáy nga bilinhíon. Close the tabungós-basket with burí-leaves arranged in a circle, when you tie up the rice to be preserved as seed-grain.


alóphop

Hiligaynon

(B) To cook or boil only a small quantity of rice, especially by means of the ánglit, a much smaller rice-pot than the kólon. Alophopí akó. Cook a little rice for me. Paalophopí akó. Get somebody to boil a little rice for me. Kon mga saráng ialóphop mo akó ánay sing diótay nga bugás. Kindly cook a small quantity of rice for me. (see halóphop id. and more in use).


ananáy

Hiligaynon

Quiet, noiselessness, tranquility; quiet, gentle, tranquil, noiseless; to do quietly or noiselessly, perform without bustle. Ananáy ka sa pagbángon mo, agúd índì makibót ang mga nagakatulúg. Rise quietly, lest the sleepers should be startled. Ananayá ang paghákwat sang kólon, agúd índì mabúong. Lift the pot slowly (carefully), so as not to break it. Iananáy akó ánay sa paghákwat siníng masakít nga táo. Please, lift this sick man gently. (see hínay, mahínay, inanáy, alugáynay).


bahít

Hiligaynon

(B) To remove from the fire, etc. See bák-it. Bahitá ang kaláhà. Take the pan off the fire. Bahití siá sing isá ka kaláhà. Take one pan off the fire for him. Ibahít akó ánay sang kólon nga may tinóla. Kindly remove (for me) from the fire the pot containing the side-dish.


bák-it

Hiligaynon

(H) The removal of cooked food from the hearth or fire-place; to take off the fire, remove cooked food from the fire-place. Bak-itá ang tiníg-*ang. Take the boiled rice off the fire. Ibák-it ang kólon. Take the pot off the fire. Bak-itán mo silá sing isá ka kólon. Take one pot off the fire for them. (see bahít id.).


balanâ

Hiligaynon

(H) A crack, chink, split, fissure; to crack, form a chink or fissure. May balanâ or nagbalanâ ang túbo sang kínke, ang kristál sang bintánà, ang kólon, etc. The lamp-chimney, the window-pane, the cooking pot, etc. is cracked. (see litík, hirás).


bílbig

Hiligaynon

To notch, nick, to strike or break off a piece, as of crockery, glass-ware, etc. Nabilbigán ang kólon. The cooking pot had a piece broken off. Bilbigí ang púnta sang awís. Strike off the point of the awis-shell. Bilbigá ang binílbig. Break the potsherd. (see bínting, píngas).


bísò

Hiligaynon

Lid, cover, especially an earthen lid for a pot or jar; to cover with a lid. Butangí sing bísò ang kólon or bisói ang kólon. Put a lid on the cooking-pot. Ibísò iní sa bangá. Put this as a lid on the water-jar. (see loón, táklub, takóp).


bulákwit

Hiligaynon

To snatch, catch, seize, lay hold of, grab, take up, with great swiftness. Indì mo pagbulakwitón ang bátà. Don't snatch up the baby with such suddenness. Binulákwit níya ang kólon upúd ang tiníg-ang kag nalágyo. He caught up the pot of boiling rice and made off. (see buláknit; etc.).


búlingón

Hiligaynon

(H) Soiled, dirty, grimy, smudged, begrimed, stained, dirtied, messed, sullied. Bulingón ikáw; palígos ka. You are dirty; take a bath. Bulingón ang kamót mo, segúro nangóot ka sa kólon. Your hand is dirty; surely you have been groping in the kettle. Bulingón nga panápton. Soiled linen, clothes to be washed, the wash, clothes for the wash. (buringón id.).


búlwat

Hiligaynon

To wrench-tear-, drag-, pull-, out by force. Nabúlwat ang íya nga bútkon. His arm was wrenched out, (was entirely separated from the shoulder). Bulwatá ang pákpak sang manók nga iníhaw. Tear the wings off the chicken that has been killed. Ibúlwat mo akó sang páa sang manók. Please pull off the chicken's leg for me. Nabúlwat ang bulî sang láta, kólon, etc. The bottom of the tin, kettle, etc. was torn out.


búung

Hiligaynon

To break into fragments, dash to pieces, shatter to bits, smash. Nabúung ang kólon. The rice-pot was broken into fragments. Indì mo pagbuúngon ang garápa. Don't break the decanter. Nabuúngan kamí sing tátlo ka pínggan. We had three plates broken or three plates of ours were smashed. Binúung níla ang túbo sang kínke. They broke the lamp-globe, lamp-chimney. Nabúung ang íya dungúg, pagkadalága, etc. His reputation was severely injured, her good name was lost, etc.


To flame, blaze, flare up, be on fire. Nagadabá-dába (nagadabádabá) ang kaláyo. The fire is flaring up. The flames of fire are shooting up. Padabádabáha ang kaláyo. Stir the fire, make it burn bright. Padabádabáhi ang kólon sang kaláyo. Make the fire burn well under the rice-kettle. Ipadabádába akó siníng kaláyo. Kindly stir this fire for me. (see dáab, sáblab, hará-hará, karábkárab).


díhon

Hiligaynon

To make, produce, manufacture, (especially said of earthenware). Dihóni akó sing napúlò ka kólon. Make ten rice-pots for me. (see búhat, hímò, patubás).


dúgang

Hiligaynon

Addition, augmentation, increment, increase, accretion, accession, supplement, complement, codicil; to add, augment, increase, superadd, subjoin, accrue, superpose, superimpose, throw in or on (as an addition). Nagadúgang pa ang bahâ sang subâ. The flood of the river is still on the increase. Nagadúgang gid lámang ang íya mga kalisúd. His difficulties are becoming more numerous. Dugángi ang súd-an. Increase the quantity of the side-dishes. Gindugángan níla ang mga mamumugón, agúd madalî matápus ang dálan. They have added more workmen, in order that the road may be finished soon. Dugángi ang asín sa sópas. Put more salt in the soup. Idúgang mo lang iníng duhá ka nahót nga kawáyan sa ísa ka gatús nga binakál ko sa ímo. Just add these two pieces of bamboo to the hundred I bought from you. Dugángan pa sang kosinéro ang túbig sa kólon?-Hóo, padugánga siá, kon buút siá magdúgang sang túbig. Shall the cook put more water into the rice-kettle?-Yes, let him put in more, if he likes to increase the quantity of water. May dúgang pa? Is there still something to be added? Gindúgang pa gid níya ang pilá ka dinalán sa ákon sulát. He added a few lines-, a postscript-, to my letter. (see túbò, áman, támba, támban).


dungán, dúngan

Hiligaynon

To be or do together or at the same time, be coeval or concomitant, do simultaneously or in concert, perform in unison, to synchronize. Nagadungán silá sa pagbúthò. They are going to school together. Gindungán silá sang trankáso. They had influenza at the same time. Dunganá nínyo ang kalabása kag lángkà sa paglúnud sa kólon. Put the squash and jackfruit into the kettle together. Dunganán ta ang bató sa paghákwat. Let us lift the stone all together. Dunganón ta ang paghákwat sang bató. Let us raise the stone in unison, like one man. Dunganón nínyo ang pagbángon sa buás sa pagarádo. Rise together to-morrow morning for the ploughing. (see dungán, kadúngan).


gíkam

Hiligaynon

Rice sticking to the bottom of a cooking pot. Ang kán-on nga nagadukút sa kólon ginatawág nga gíkam. The rice that sticks to a kettle is called "gíkam". (see ríka, ríkam).


hákad

Hiligaynon

To take out the contents of, empty a box or the like, remove from a receptacle. Hakáda ang ákon ulús sa baúl, kay inanáyan. Take my clothes out of the trunk, for they have been attacked by white ants. Hakádi (-ári) akó sang kán-on sa kólon. Empty the rice out of the kettle for me. Ihákad ánay sang sulúd sang ákon maléta. Kindly take the things out of my suit-case. (see súkad-to ladle or scoop out rice from the pot, etc.).


hakíd

Hiligaynon

(B) To scoop out rice from a kettle, etc. Kon maghakíd ka sang tiníg-ang, ímo ánay kalikádon (-áron). When you scoop out the boiled rice, stir it up first with the ladle. Patakídla ang kólon, kalikádon mo ang kán-on kag hakidón (-irón). Lean the kettle, stir the rice with the ladle and scoop it out. Ihakíd akó ánay sang tiníg-ang sa kólon. Please take out the boiled rice from the pot. (see súkad).


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