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kamóti

Hiligaynon

(Sp. camote) Sweet potato.



ád-ad

Hiligaynon

To cut in thin slices, to slice with a frame-set knife. Ad-adá ang kamóti. Slice the sweet potato. Iád-ad akó ánay siníng mga patátas. Kindly slice these potatoes for me.


anók

Hiligaynon

Well cooked, boiled till soft. Anók nga kán-on, lánkà, kamóti, etc. Rice boiled till soft, a well cooked jackfruit, thoroughly done sweet potatoes, etc.


ánok

Hiligaynon

To boil soft, to cook well, especially said of all kinds of tubers and vegetables. Tánki akó sing kamóti kag anókon mo. Boil some sweet potatoes for me and cook them well. Ginaánok níya na ang mga patátas, kay nakasáyod siá nga índì gid akó kaúyon sang talangkónon nga latâ ukón alibútdan. She now boils the potatoes properly, for she knows, that I do not at all like tubers that are overdone or underdone.


arikotóy

Hiligaynon

Under-developed, stunted, injured in growth; to be or become stunted, etc.; not well made or done. Arikotóy nga táo. A man of very low stature, below the normal size. Arikotóy nga trabáho. Clumsy work, a bungling performance. Nagarikotóy ang talóng, kamátis, kamóti, tabákò, etc., kay lakás ang ínit kag kúlang ang ulán. The egg-plants, tomatoes, sweet potatoes, tobacco-plants, etc., were injured in growth by too great heat and lack of rain. (see arí-arí, agíl-agíl).


balántik

Hiligaynon

An insect often found in sweet potatoes, etc. It causes the infected part to become very bitter and unpalatable. Kamóti nga binalántik. Sweet potatoes infested with the insect balántik.


binókbok

Hiligaynon

Ground, crushed, pulverized, powdered, mashed. Binókbok nga bugás, kamóti, maís, etc. Ground rice, mashed sweet potatoes, crushed corn, etc. (see bókbok).


binóog

Hiligaynon

(B) Roasted-, baked-, at a fire or over live coals. Binóog nga maís, ísdà, kamóti, etc. Popped corn (pop-corn), baked-fish,-sweet potatoes. (see bóog, iníhaw, sinúgba).


bóog

Hiligaynon

(B) To roast-, bake-, broil-, over live coals. Bóg-a (boóga) ang kamóti. Bake the sweet potato. Bóg-i (boógi) akó sing kárne, ísdà, ságing, maís, etc. Roast some meat, fish, bananas, corn, etc. for me. Ibóog akó ánay siníng maís. Kindly roast this corn for me. Maís nga binóog, unúd nga binóog, etc. Roast-corn,-meat, etc. (see íhaw, súgba).


dúnut

Hiligaynon

To decay, rot, spoil, putrefy, decompose, corrupt; to become or make soft. Nadúnut ang káhoy sa dútà. The wood rotted in the ground. Padunúta lang sa dútà iníng káhoy. Just let this wood rot in the ground. Dunúta ang linúgaw, kamóti, ságing, etc. Make the rice-porridge soft, let the sweet potatoes, the bananas, etc. get very soft. Nadunútan ang ámon baláy sing duhá ka halígi. Two posts of our house have become rotten. (see gabúk).


dúsak

Hiligaynon

To injure, hit, wound, bruise, abrade, excoriate, graze, scratch, lacerate, take the skin off with a blunt-pointed tool or the like. Kon magkáli ka sing kamóti, andamán mo nga índì madúsak. If you dig sweet potatoes, be careful not to injure them. Idúsak iníng tágad sa úlo sang mán-og. Crush the head of the snake with this dibble. Sín-o ang nagdúsak siníng talóng? Who bruised this egg-plant? Húo, kalíhon (kályon) mo lang ang mga patátas, ápang índì mo pagdusákon. Yes, dig out the potatoes, but do not bruise them. (see dús-il, pák-ad, báklis, kúdlit).


gukóm

Hiligaynon

A handful, what can be grasped between the thumb and fingers, applied to objects the ends of which protrude from the hand; to grasp, grip, clench, clutch within thumb and fingers. Gukomá ang bastón, lipák, kamóti, etc. Grasp the walking stick, the piece of split bamboo, the sweet potato, etc. Gukomí akó sing duhá ka gukóm nga bunáng. Take up two handfuls of yarn for me. (see gakáp, gamól, gakóm, gakám).


hág-on

Hiligaynon

To buy up, buy wholesale, contract for all that is for sale. Ginhág-on ko ang íya ságing. I bought up his bananas. Ginhag-onán ko siá sang tanán níya nga ságing. I made a contract with him for all his bananas. Ihág-on akó sang íya kamóti. Kindly buy up for me his sweet potatoes. Ipahág-on mo sa ákon ang ímo kalámay, índì mo ánay pagibalígyà sa ibán. Let me have all your sugar; don't sell it to others. (see ságib).


hinánggup

Hiligaynon

Soaked in salt and water. Nakakáon akó sing hinánggup nga kamóti, kán-on, etc. I ate some tomatoes, rice, etc. soaked in salt and water. (see hánggup).


ídas

Hiligaynon

Row, line, file, range, rank, tier; to line up, stand in file, form a regular line or row. Idas-or-magídas kamó. Stand in line. Idáson mo silá. Put them in line. Paidáson mo silá. Make them form a line. Idásan mo iníng dútà sang ímo arádo sing makapúlò, kay támnan ko sing kamóti. Make ten straight furrows in this piece of ground, for I am going to plant some sweet-potatoes there.


ídas

Hiligaynon

Row, line, file, range, rank, tier; to line up, stand in file, form a regular line or row. Idas-or-magídas kamó. Stand in line. Idáson mo silá. Put them in line. Paidáson mo silá. Make them form a line. Idásan mo iníng dútà sang ímo arádo sing makapúlò, kay támnan ko sing kamóti. Make ten straight furrows in this piece of ground, for I am going to plant some sweet-potatoes there.


inád-ad

Hiligaynon

Sliced, cut up in thin slices. Bulará ang mga kamóti nga inád-ad. Spread the sliced sweet potatoes in the sun to dry. (see ád-ad).


inád-ad

Hiligaynon

Sliced, cut up in thin slices. Bulará ang mga kamóti nga inád-ad. Spread the sliced sweet potatoes in the sun to dry. (see ád-ad).


káli

Hiligaynon

To dig. Kalíha (kálya) ang dútà. Dig up the ground. Kalíhi (kályi) ang halígi. Dig up the ground around the post. Ikáli akó ánay sing kamóti. Please dig up for me some sweet potatoes.


kalísaw

Hiligaynon

Tastelessness, insipidness, unsavouriness, usually applied to stale tubers like "úbi", "banáyan", "kamóti", etc. (see lísaw).


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